extended the memento Nellie had so
"Does it match?" he askedr
"Why where did you get it?"
stammered Warren. "It is the other
"I think the owner can explain to
you. She id there."
He led Warren to the doorway of
the interior room. He gently urged'
him over its threshold. He heard
mutual exclamations of amazement
and joy. Then he closed the door
and, good man that he was, stood
chuckling, rubbing his hands to
They sat at the supper table, these
three, under a spell of rare happi
ness an hour later, Nellie radiant
Warren immersed in glad content
"We'll weave out this blessed ro
mance this way," pronounced whole
hearted John Wilson: "You will get
married, you two, and take care of
me for the rest of my life. Nellie
shall be daughter and wife, and you,
Warren Boyd I am getting older, I
need an active partner that will be
you." , .
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
' your head just so, until Dame Fash
ion puts on your newest oonnet.
It is made of ribbed silk, with in
sertion of val. lace and the up-flaring
ruffles are also of val. It is all in.
white even the ribbon streamers.
The wee slippers are pale blue
ODD, ISN'T IT?
Bucyrus, O. The day of the big
sausages again has arrived. Three
farmers, Jacob Reinhard, Wm. Halli
well and P. A. Poister, made sau
sages, 51, 54 and 55 feet long re
BABY'S BONNET FROM PARIS
By Betty Brown
And now, little Miss Vanity, hold
ribbed silk, and the slipper case
matches them in color. A famous
man-milliner in Pans designed these
dainty things especially for Fashion
Art Magazine ana TheJa? Book,
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