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lows and then the noble timber
stretch. Ralph got back two even
ings later, to reach the island and
stand amazed at the devastation be
fore him. The cabin had not burned.
In its doorway stood Wilson.
"I solved the tfoblem," he said
"You have taken a weight of lead
from my mind," said Ralph, and was
glad and at peace.
The next day Ralph heard how
Myrtle had implored her brother to
row to the island to learn if "Mr. Der
ing was safe." The revelation gave
Ralph new hope.
The next week a manufacturer
looking for a site for a plant where
he could locate and guard a certain
secret process, purchased half of the
island for $10,000.
When Ralph Dering went to learn
his fate from Mr. Owen, he learned
that Allen Bruce was out of the list,
having lost his fortune in specula
tion. He was free to court Myrtle now,
and Myrtle was ready for the ad
dresses of the man she had always
Kalem has received a letter from a
British soldier fighting in the Dar
danelles, asking that the "Stingaree"
films be sent there so the "Australian
boys could get a little touch of
Ollie Kirkby, Kalem star, has a pet
horned toad that seemed to possess
almost uncanny intelligence. She
has taught him a number of tricks
for the amusement of her friends.
Kipling's first work to be produced
in pictures will shortly be released by
Pathe. It will be his greatest work,
"The Light That Failed."
The first of Al. H. Woods' theat
rical successes to be put in pictures
by Pathe will be "New York," with
Florence Reed heading the bill.
Richard Turner is Vitagraph's new
leading man who will play opposite
Anita Stewart. -
COLLARS ARE STILL CLIMBING
The straight-up-to-the-nose collar
is not going to pass with the passing
of winter. Here's a brand new model
which Mme. Jayne of the Fashion Art
League of America showed me the
other day when I fold her the women
readers of The Day Book wanted to
hear about the newest things in
"You'll note the skirt of the coat is
rather long, and you notice, too, that
it hasn't lost its last spring's ripple.
The skirt flares out, but in a flare
that's new and much more graceful
than the flares of last season. In
this gown of made Jayne's chiffon
velvet in Boiling green is used with
bands of seal banding the skirt and
forming belt collar and cuffs, but as
the season advances velvet will be
substituted for fur,"
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