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"I did," said Jephson briskly. "You
see, Miss Garrett, you. acted in my in
terests, but each of you suspected the
"He suspected me!" gasped MisS
Garrett. . , .
"I did, said Edgar, a little sheep
ishly. "Well,ou'd bette'r shake hands,"
said Jephson briskly. "Shake hands,
I tell you. That's better. And busi
ness iwill be resumed at the same old
stand tomorrow, and we'll fight it
out as )ong as there's rent in the
bank arid petty cash in the stamp
For he knew that with 'subordi
nates 'as jealous for Mm as that no
man could ultimately fail. And Jeph
son's heart went up in thankfulness
thatthe disasterliad revealed this as
set to him at last loyal hearts, such
as a man only finds when he needs
MANDARIN NECKLACE SOCIETY ORNAMENT
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Mandarin necklaces and oriental, jewels ar being taken up by society.
sRoshanara, Indian dancer, is shown here wearing the necklace, jade brace
lets and jade hair ornaments she introduced o society!' A mandarin neck
lace has 108 beads and is known by the flat and carved Stone pendants
strung on a flat silk tape in the middle.