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Instead of Mr. Burlingame?" de
manded the woman in a tone of bit
terness. "Yes, I am his -wife, and
your best and truest friend has
brought you here, first, to see the
neglected wife, and then the hus
band, if you still cherish the thought
that Vance Burlingame, or David
Martin, as he really is, can be worthy
of any woman's love."
Nellie Otley, blinded with tears,
fairly staggered from that poor room
after the dismal story of a heart's
shipwreck had been recited.
"Oh, take me back home don't
delay, don't deceive me," she wailed.
"Oh, John! John! truest friend, in-
CIGARET TAKES PLACE
deed I have lost even you!
"I will take you home, Nellie,"
spoke the muffled chauffeur, reveal
ing himself. "Poor child! think no
more of all this and forgive me if I
have been harsh."
"Oh, John!'' sobbed Nellie, "I have
been a wicked, willful girL I never
loved that wretch. It was,vanity, ob
stinacy, because I was scolded
what must you think of me!"
"That you are the sweetest, dear
est girl in the world," declared the
staunch, loyal fellow, and Nellie,
eager and trembling and happy,
moved up close to him and snuggled
OF FAN IN NEW
PORTRAITS OF SOCIETY WOMEN
Society no longer whiffs its gold
monogramed cigaret in private.
Not since the famous portrait
painter, Oskar Gross, began painting
society women holding cigarets in
stead of fans.
Mrs. W. M. Baxter of Montreal
you may remember her as Virginia
Listerman, the concert singer is the
first of several well-known women to
use the little "cig" as an artistic inci
dent In a portrait, shown here.
"A$ to whether I smoke, who
cares," says Mrs. Baxter. "The pic
ture is Oriental in atmosphere and
"I train for big bouts with iron,'
says Jess Willard inx a patent medi
cine "ad." Doesn't pay much for the
medicine, considering Jess Willard's