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we reached the terminus I took her
to the home of my sister. She told
her everything, but the information
was not imparted to me then.
The company traced the man who
had been halted so summarily in his
scheme to loot the special car. They
found him a cripple for life and broke
up his thieving gang.
But the end of the month my mys
tery girl became my true love.- In
another thirty days I was ordered by I
this imperious little tyrant to aban
don hard work and peril.
"For I am an heiress, you see,"
said Elvira, "and the cruel guardian
I was escaping from, bent on forc
ing vme to marry his son, has no fur
ther power over your loving and
happy wife." So I ceased, to be a
car rider, but blessed the day ever
that made me one, whereby I gained
the love of the dearest little' woman
in the world.
HEAPS O' STYLE EVEN IF IT IS SIMPLE
BY BETTY BROWN
Some straw- hats seem to have,
bloomed this spring, but the millinery
crop runs largely to textile hats,
those of gay colored chiffon or -silk
or Georgette crepe.
Whether it is striped silk, two
tone chiffon or rainbow tinted crepe
the textile hat is invariably large and
trimming is noticeably absent But
UPLIFT OOZE i
(By Herby Cough-man.)
No matter what happens, be
If your wife falls down the cellar
stairs after chopping the wood for
the kitchen, stove "GRIN.
If your boss chides you for dozing
on the job, CHUCKLE
. Nobody lovee-a grouch. z . ,
there is a. heap of style to the sim
.plest of them, fo all their demure
ness. This one-I sketched for you
today, for instance, is chiffon, in that
charming spring color, "mist-gray,"
bound with blue and gray silk. Big
polka dots of blue are hand-painted
on the crown and brim and an owlish-looking
bird in blue perches light
ly on the crown.
You, may annoy some" people by
being always happy. " "
But you should fret.
Gurgle your joy
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
May 10, 1766. Benjamin Franklin
wrote from London to his son, "Wnu
Franklin, that' he liked the project of,
a colony in the Illinois country and
would .forward it to hifi utmost .