will get you to the depot Miss Brock,"'
"I would prefer to walk. We might
miss the train," came a low murmur
It was clear moonlight and a brisk
breeze was blowing.
"Oh, dear!" suddenly uttered "Miss
Dolly Block," and Victor Martin
stood rooted to the spot, staring
For the fluttering veil had blown
free of the face of Arline Bortelle!
She was smiling, but in a half du
bious sort of way. Then, almost hys
terically, she answered him asshe
asked him what it all meant. And
she told him that "all the world loves
a lover," and that Mrs. Delevan and
Miss Dolly Brock had sympathizingly
aided her in acting the young lady
"I have acted like a silly childJ"
sobbed forth Arline.
"And I like a heartless despot!"
declared Victor, and then, reaching
the kindly shadows of a giant oak,
they kissed and made up for good.
He worshiped her and with all his
youthful ardor he begged her to mar
"That's all very well, Jack; all very
pretty, but do you think we can live
on love and kisses?" - '
"It's much the safest everything
else is either adulterated or poisoned
or tainted!" he exclaimed. Every
body's. o o
STUNNING LONG COAT '
By Betty Brown
With the most pronounced. colors
ruling all fashion schemes, garments
of subdued tones have taken on ex
aggerated lines, or are made con
spicuous by trimmings of white
broadcloth. A stunning long coat
which has just been sent out by a
leading designer combines several
new features. The immense collar
is ornamented at the corners with
crochet covered "balls, and the back
breadth of the coat is considerably
longer than the front.
The hat worn with this coat has
caused considerable comment among
For Formal or Informal Occasions.
the milliners. It is called "the chrys
anthemum," and it consists of a
thousand loops of silk of every shade
of raspberry red.
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