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"You are safe, Miss Duval," he
gasped, and as he spoke the look of
leadership faded from his face and
he was just the insignificant, ordi
nary little man of yesterday.
' But Elsie threw her arms about his
neck and kissed him. It was a public
declaration and she could hardly
have done less. For every one had
realized that there exist two sorts
of courage and that brute force is in
ferior to moral strength.
At that moment Tallman was
about three-quarters of a mile away,
creeping down the gulley that would
take him to the high road out of
sight of the settlement.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
VERY NEWEST BLOUSES
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BY BETTY BROWN ,
There was a time when a blouse
was a mere waist. The blouse of to
day is a "creation."
Your special attentioit is called to
the Grecian model at the right. It
shows the new peplum so many ex
clusive designers are using. The
drooping shoulder line' and the full
sleeves are fashion notes you may
read in this little garments
You may also notice it is quite
within the possibilities, of the home
dressmaking. The model I saw was
made of brick red handkerchief linen.
The embroidered squares on the
front at the collar and on the peplum
are in dull blue.
The second blouse is a bit too ex
treme to please some of us, but is a
model that will be popular. It is made
of citron color taffeta with lingerie
shirt bosom. The cravat is navy blue
Georgette crepe. The bone buttons
at the cuff are blue.
Into one quart of vinegar stir four
pounds of sugar. Boil with a bag of
your favorite spices. Add seven
pounds of grapes. Let stand over
night, drain off the sprup and reheat
the next day, pour over the fruit and
set aside again. Repeat process a
third time, then turn into cans and
seal while hot
HIS BREAK '
"I thought you had given up burnt
wood art, dearie," said the young
"Why, Ferdinand, how can you be
so heartless? This is a pie."