trils. "In a minute," said the
Everything went black to .Wal
ter and then he found himself in
the garden at home, with Hero
looking at him anxiously.
'Walter's heart gave a great
bound. So did his heels "I'm
off, father," he called. "Tirqe me
arid see how soon I get back."
"Say," said Angelimp, "I can
" tell 'one of those change-vaur-
! ies, only I can't work the film
fairy into it." , .
"Oh, there are no rules in this
"cjub which we can't break'said
the Storyrnan. "Just as long as
yotf tell a story, everybody will
be happy. Has it a name?"
'Tt's got a dandy name," said
Angelimp. "It's called "
"The Magic Mirror. "
.Tomorrow we'll hear about it.
Lace is us ed asj-ufflesoivskirts
of evening frocksj
Many of the newest evening
coats are made with a single seam
Sealskin, tynx, sable, black mar
ten, ermine and mink are the mil
linery furs. .. .
Thick ribbed voile, almost cor
duroy in appearance,1 i used in
some of the handsome imported
Braid, beads and buttons are to
be; seen in the- decorations of
blouses, while tiny vests o tuck
ed chiffon or net give an 'air of
smartness to many of the more
elaborate . pious es.
REAR ADMIRAL PHELPS
NAMED IN DIVORCE SUITi
San" Francisco.- Millionaire- De
nies Fatherhood' '"of Wife's
San Francisco, Xpy. 14. The
name of kRea,r Admiral Phelps, U.
$. N., has been dragged into the
diyorce suit of Mrs. Lillian Moore
against John J 2oore, .San Fran
Moore, in a cross complaint, re-'
fers to Rear Admiral Phelps as
"a man named Phelps of the
United States navy."
He says that Mrs. Moore con-fessed-to
him that she mefPheJps
m Honolulu and.,San Francisco
and that-he is the father of twq of
her three childrem.
At the , preliminary hearing,
William J. Jordan, Mrs. Moore's
attorney, asked the court to
strike out the reference to Phelps.
He said :
"A rear admiral who served his
country nobly should not be
dragged into a divorce action."
The court ordered stricken out
a few lines of the cross complaint
containing'the definite allegation
that the relations of the "navy
man" andvMrs. Moore bti ore her
marriage affected Moore cruelly.
But the subsequent allegation
n regard to Mrs, Moore's con
fession to her- husband was al
lowed to standi
Moore also declares that a lum
berman named , Fenwick is the
father of Mrs. Moore's third
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