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man and me. For God's sake let me.
out," he pleaded, clasping Elliman
about the knees in his abjection. "I'll
go straight away. -I swear it I "
Elliman unbolted the hatch. A
flood of daylight streamed in." -As
Hawtrey leaped for the entrance he
saw the plank still in position and
the shore within ten feet The ves
sel had never moved.
That was what Nancy saw as she
turned to gaze at her husband' won-deringly.
"Ha, ha!"-laughed Hawtrey. "I
guess you fooled us, slowcoach,
didn't you? Mrs. Elliman "
But in the. pointing of Nancy's fin
ger there was something so imperi
ous that Hawtrey hurried away. A
minute or two later they saw mm
slink through the bushes and out of
their lives. And Nancy turned to her
"Forgive me forgive me!" she
(Copyright, 19i6, W. G. Chapman.)
SOCIETY GOES BAREFOOT TO DANCE
This costume was worn by Mrs.
Fisher of Indianapolis at a Hawaiian
ball given by Mrs. Talbot Hanans at
Narragansett Pier, R. I. Mrs. Fisher
and other members of society ap
peared barefoot in typical Hawaiian
costumes made of grass.
HOW OLD WAS JIM?
York County Farmer (bursting
into the village inn) What d'ye
think, Silas? The bones of a pre
historic man have been found on Jim
Innkeeper Great gosh! I hope
poor Jim'll be able to clear hisself at
the coroner's inquest J