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fires gleamed as they kindled their
hearts at the scant flame.
''I'll tell you what the trouble was
with us, Lizzie," said Dan. "We want:
ed what isn't attainable. We weren't
happy when we were poor and we
weren't when we were rich. And now
we've had our lesson. Will you help
me try to forget all that has passed
since the first time?"
Lizzie looked at him with her old
frankness. "Yes, Dan, and I'm
sorry," she murmured.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
"CONVICT SUIT" NEW GARB FOR BEACHES
The "zebra stripe" may be correct
for hosiery, but in bathing suits it's
passe. Quite. At least, that's what
western girls say.
The latest idea in' feminine wear
ing apparel for the beaches is the
"convict stripe," according to Miss
Leslie Taylor, a San Francisco girl.
Miss Taylor donned her "convict"
garb one Sunday at the beach and
the novelty of the costume "caught
on" at once.
West coast girls are going in strong
for the new "convict" suit
DID HE CHANGE HIS MIND
It is rumored that the cause of the
death of W. J. Evans, who died here
last fall, will be investigated. Mr.
Evans was thought to have killed
himself at the time, but was later un
decided. Arkinda Cor. of Little Riv
er, Ark., News.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
May 17, 1763. Louis Joliet andj
x'ULiiei jituques iuai queue set. Out
from the Straits of Mackinac on the
expedition that resulted in the dis
covery of the Mississippi river.
Miss Leslie Taylor and Her "Convict
Stripe" Bathing Suit '