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confidence fairly drew from the
wondering musicians the passion
late notes of the score. Stcarm
had become another man. All
that he formerly lacked, he now
had, and Weimert as he playec'
manfully, observed Stearns with
the gloating eye of a victor.
The number came to a magnifi
cent, crashing close, that started
thunders of applause from the
meager audience. The day was
won, Weimert saw as he glanced
at the other city's representa
tives. There was no longer any
doubt but that they would en
gage the orchestra. Then Weim
ert turned to the man beside him.
"See." he said, as he started to
place his instrument in its case.
"See, I was right. 1 1 was a giri
that one who has been hanging
around here for some davs. She
wrote a letter to Stearns some
time ago, turning him down.
Since then she has regretted that
action. The letter Stearns looked
at this afternoon was her old one.
I. put two and two together and
had her show herself at a door
where Stearns could see her. He
used to be a great director, but
when the girl turned him down,
he broke up. Then, when he saw
her again, he made the music talk
to her to win her back. Sec,
they are together it is ah right."
Looking up from hemstitching
her fig-leaf corset cover. Eve
asked: "And what do you swear
off on, Adam clear?" "Apples,"
said Adam. This put the first
New Voar'b ee in a class bv it-Self.
WEARS DIAMOND ON HER
fry UWPfHWOOD UwOCOWtfOD,
Mme. Maeterlinck, who has
come to visit America, and who
astonished newspaper men by
wearing a diamond on her fore
head. It is suspended .by a golden
chain from her hair and is a gift
from her talented husband, the
Pomona, Cal., barber stabbed
himself badly near the heart, "in
fun." How'd you like to have a
fellow with. all that fun in him
scraping your wattles with a
A cat can look at a king if not
particular where it loo"ks.