and a profit of $85,000. We'll pay
you off royally, Bayne, and have a
fortune left to be happy on."
"Those those smeared up
things!" maundered Bayne.
"Aha! daubs? Yes, but, you see,
the real gems are disguised."
"Disguised?" repeated Viola.
"Overcoated?" muttered the mys
"Thus!" cried Dr. Bliss, and h'e
opened and waved 'a penknife. Then
he proceeded to cut from its frame a
canvas, threw it aside and revealed
the real painting underneath.
"Corot, Messonier, Jules Arvin!"
exulted the doctor. Look at the
beauties, safe, mine and standard as
diamonds. Make out your bill,
Bayne. And you patient two," to
Viola and Julian, "get ready for a
Bayne sneaked away, baffled. As
for the happy lovers, surrounded by
love and art, which endured perpet
ually, they felt that life's full award
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
The ingredients are 3 bananas, 4
apples, y cup peanut butter, cup
Line a bowl with lettuce. Slice
bananas and apples, mix and put on
lettuce. Mix peanut butter with the
dressing and pour over.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 9, 1839. Chicago's first daily
newspaper, the Chicago American,
began publication, Wm. Stuart, editor.
is a garment which is practically re
versible. It is a feminine version of
a military model and is designed for
STUNNING SPRING CAPE
By Betty Brown.
There's charm about the new
spring capes which makes them po
sitively irresistible. One of the hand
somest as well as the most practical
of the season's models is made of
gray gabardine and is lined with
navy blue gabardine, and the result
Adapted From the Military
motoring but can be put to many
The smart little toque worn with
this cape is uniquely ornamented in
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