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You're not the man I believe in if
you ever break that pledge," she told
him. "Now then," as they went down
the street together, "let me tell you
something. I've got over $10,000 of
your money. I took it from under the
carpet when I saw that you would
soon throw it away. There it is."
Dan Wolsey stared at money and
girL Tears came into his eyes. His
"I'm going to give you half of it,"
"No!" definitely dissented Nell, "I
have used a few dollars of it to get
you here. Good-by, be a man."
She started to spring up into the
wagon. Dan caught her arm.
"Nell, dear kind Nell," he faltered,
"your boss at the hotel said you were
looking for a home."
"Well?" she challenged in her
pretty definite way.
"I'll give you one. Nell, I'll treat
you right, always. I'll make you a
happy wife, if you'll let me."
Her earnest eyes searched his to
their very depths.
"I believe in you," she said, and
she put her little brown hand confid
ingly into his rugeed own.
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
Sausage is a round, fat, unsenti
mental article of indigestion.
It is the father of all wursts buck,
liver and weinie. Its grandfather is
bologna. And its grandmother is
Sausage is of two kinds, tram
melled and untrammelled. Tram
melled sausage wears a thin spring
overcoat the year round and comes
a la necklace. Untrammelled sau
sage is sold by the pound and served
Trammelled sausage is wild. That's
why its trammelled. This is evi
denced by the fact that it will stand
just so much cooking and then it
bursts its bonds.
Untrammelled or tame sausage
just sits and sizzles.
HEADS CONGRESSMEN'S WIVES
MRS JlORACE JW.ftwMER,
Mrs. Towner has succeeded Mrs.
Atlee Pomerene as president of the
Congresisohal club of Washington,
composed of wives of congressmen.
She is one of the most popular ma
trons at the capital.
LENTEN MENUS FOR ONE DAY
By Biddy Bye
Breakfast Cream of corn on
toast; graham muffins; honey; cof
fee. Luncheon Potato rolls and ba
con; stewed fruit; thin white sand
Dinner Boiled mackerel; creamed
rice; lettuce, radish and cucumber
salad; chocolate custard; coffee.
The dying wish of Mrs. Emma C.
Van Sickle of LaCrosse, Wis., was
that she might be buried in her pri
vate cemetery beside her five hus