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youhad been asked to write ,astory,.
but 'the invitation came from the
manager, Mr. Smith. It was he who
wanted it more than I. And I didn't
read it just' because you were", a
friend. So I had nothing to do except
to sign that letter. And you will for
give me for deceiving you?"
"If," answered Rawlinson slowly,
"I may hope."
And her blush was significant of
SHE CHEWS 'UM FOR A LIVING! BUT IN THE
MOVIES, OF COURSE
There are few patrons of the "movies" who- have not seen the girl with
the chewing gum jaws. She is Miss Fay Tincher and shecan't help doing
"fool things" for she was born on April 1.
In August, 1914, by the British
Board of Trade returns 7'& per cent
of the trades union membership in
England Was unemployed. At the end
of last year the unemployed percen
tage was 2y. per cent A month ago
it slightly exceeded three-quarters of
1 per cent "
Sir: The 8,000 German bodies said
to be lying frozen before a single
trench in the Champagne reminds
me of the words of the Irishman who
went through some Filipino skir
mishes. Speaking of dead Filipinos
he said: Shure an' the hill was
aloive With dead' men, OrvUtet