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""Oh, you musn't Mss me yet!"
whispered the girl. "Listen, Mr.
Frayne. I I broke the fixtures on
purpose on purpose to have you
"I fixed 'em so they'd break easy,"
answered Jim. " --
In the kitchen old Mrs. Ennis stood
looking out thoughtfully.
"I guessed that taking out the
wires would bring 'em to the point,"
she said triumphantly.
The fur-trimmed veil is to be avoid
ed folks are so apt to sigh and feel
sorry for "the poor lady with the
BEWARE FAIR HIGHWAYMAN!
Just because she wears a highway
man's collar with her late winter suit
you musn't think the young woman
of fashion has any "felonious plans."
The collar that rises about her chin
and ear tips like a burglar's mask is
quite the latest frivol in fashionable
neckwear. It's made of silk or or
gandie. o o
SPEAKING OF SOUP
We are reminded of the teacher
who once asked a small boy, "How
many Rs are there in 'soup'?" To
which he replied, "Ma puts 10 cents'
worth in ours."
ENGLISH BEAUTY WHO
TO CARE FOR
IS HELPING RED CROSS
Lady Ralph Paget, whose mother was an American, the daughter of
the late Paran Stevens of New York, is one of the most ardent Red Cross
workers among British nobility. She has given aid in Serbia and now seeks
to help the Belgians.. .... "