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with Mrs. Gray's elder brother. Lydia
"John," she said, when the men
came up, "I never could have believed
it would be -so successful Mrs. Gray
and Mrs. Lentfield are chatting like
"Well, why shouldnt they?" growl
He watched Lentfield's face. It
was evident that the rich man was
also interested in the process of the
very obvious flirtation. He liked Mil
lie as much as everyone did at first
sight. In fact, when the party broke
up the Stevens felt a sense of
And just as the Lentfields were
about to leave Mrs. Lentfield. came
rushing back from the elevator. She
rang a wild peal at the belL Lydia
opened it, to see her arid her husband
and the young fellow standing out
side. The boy looked sheepish
enough, the father hardly less so. But
Mary Lentfield fell upon Lydia's neck.
"You never told me!" she. cried.
"That that was the girl! His father
would never let Bertram bring her to
the house, and just as he was asking
Bertram why he didn't look for a nice
girl like that Bertram turned on him
and said it was the same one. And
you knew! Don't tell me you didn't
know! I'll never forget it!"
Lydia Stevens' face was a study as
she went to break the news to John.
.(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
May 2, 1780. A force of about
1,000 British and. Indians started
from the mouth of the Wisconsin
river to make an attack on the Span
ish at St Louis and on the posts in
Illinois which were held by the Amer
HAVE HIM DRY CLEANED
We wash everything but the baby.
Sacramento Laundry, Phone 104.
Front and 0 sts. Adv. in Sacramen
Jo, Cal., Union.
NEWEST TOGS FOR THE GIRL'
By Betty Brown
In high boots very high boots, in
tight "knickers" very tight "knick
ers" and a coat so long it leaves little
of the "knickers" in view, the Girl of
the Saddle dresses this season.
The newest riding habit is called
the "Oliver Twist" Why, not even
the fashion editor knows. This
"Oliver Twist" is- made of tobacco
brown cloth. The shirtwaist and high
stock are heavy white silk. .