hunter," the sweet girl at Dayton,
had returned the stern treatment of
"Rodney's dear father" by saving him
"You never told me that you were
rich, that you was-an heiress," Rod
ney said to her a daylater.
"Why should I have done so?"
challenged Evelyn modestly. "It was
so delightful to be loved just for my
poor little humble self."
o o .
LITTLE TUB DRESS OF BLUE
T reeardine Dr. Arthur Warren Waite,
fsaid by the police to have' confessed
that he caused the death by poi
soning of his father-in-law, John EL
Peck, Grand Rapids, millionaire
Mrs. Horton, according to the po-
By Betty Brown
For. the very small girl whose
frock must go often to the tub, blue
galatea made on the simple lines of
this model will be practical and not
The- adjustable bet may be in
some contrasting color or made of
the same material used in the dress.
The white collar and cuffs are em
broidered in blue.
LAWYERS ADVISE HER IN THE
POISON PLOT CASE
Mrs. Horton of New York, wife of
an inventor, has retained attorneys
to advise her in connection with in
formation she has given the pohce.
WRS -AWRGARirr HOKTON
hce, shared a "studio" with Waite in
the Plaza hotel, New York, where
she says they studied music and
languages. Mrs. Horton expects to
be an opera singer. The picture was
taken in the office of her attorneys.
For some women life in the spring
is just one new, -hat after-another
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