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ity about the place, that Miss Parker
had got far out of my sphere of lim
ited means," and then from what she
told him he learned the truth.
Letita, seated on the porch an hour
later, started as a firm hasty footfall
crunched on the gravel path.
"I could not go away without see
ing you once more," spoke Abel, se
riously, steadily, "after coming so
far only to say to you what has been
in my heart ever since I left here five
And then he told of his hard work
to acquire a few thousand dollars
seeming to him pitifully small when
compared with the apparent wealth
of the woman he loved.
And then the truth came out she
was poor, and glad of it, for he was
rich oh, infinitely rich in love!
and Abel Drake did not leave for the
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
LARGE DESIGNS IN HATS NOW IN VOGUE
The "Marquis D'Artex" the very smart design for fall wear in hats,
showing the tendency for large creations in new millinery and at the same
time embodying the "upward" idea, now considered the vogue. 1t is made
of brown velvet and trimmed with a silk flower to match gown,
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