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tell him! Twice in a day lie saved my.
life. It was fate, so.strange aiappen
ing. Give him his happiness now,
here. My friend," and. with clasped1
hands and swimming eyes she drew
more fully within the radius of the
room light, "do you not remember
Bryce Talbot gazed, smiled, nodded
weakly. It was the girl he had res
cued at the street crossing. ,
"But for you," spoke the old man,
"my daughter would 'have been, kill
ed, my jewels gone. She discovered
the burglars at my private safe. You
sprang before her. The surgeon says
you will be up and about in a" week,
but it was a close graze. Meantime, I
have informed the Isaacs family that
their mortgage will be paid by me.
As to the contract see!"
And old Jacob Meyer drew from his
pocket the death document, lifted it
to the flaming gas jet and watched it
crumble to ashes.
(Copyright by W- G. Chapman.)
Soak an ounce of gelatin in a tea
cup of cold water until it is soft Put
it into a saucepan with one pound of
lump sugar and the strained juice of
one lemon. Boil for five minutes
stirring all the time. Then remove
the mixture from the fire and, divide
it into two parts. Color one part with
cochineal.- Pour it onto soup plates
which have been rinsed in cold water.
When it is set it can be pulled off
the plates readily. Sugar the hands
before doing it. Cut into any shape
Canker sores in the mouth are
often due to too much sameness of
food not enough vegetables and
fruit and to constipation. Exercise
in the open air willaid. Regulate
the diet for variety's sake,
t o o -
Empress Dowager of China is dead
again. What 'a Jot of aunts little Em
peror Pu Yi had! - .
PRETTIEST-GIRL" AT .tfASSAR
USES NO PAINT OR" POWDER
MissvBerriice Marksr.ofr New, York
has just been selected as;, the pret
tiest girl atVassar.--ThjS;.entitles her
to lead th"e'jfamous;daisyichaih this
June. - , .."'. .
Miss .M.arks-vsays, .she'- .owes' her'
Iooks(to tferjpractice of neverusing
paint-or powder. '
r . Orr-O- r
He ;Was" Careful,
Henry was 'very-p'roudfof Athe- kit
tens, and brought 'them -to suuw .o
the visitor. His mother lie'ard 'them
coming along 'the: hall,- and alarmed
at the 'procession, palled'out:'"
"No, mother)"- lcame 'the;reassuring
answer.- "Fm' carrying, them,carefully
by the stems:" :"
Mr. Styles-rh'ay.ettwo 'tickets for
the opera. - Mrs -Styles -OJi, y good !
I'll go ahd'putrinhaf oh right.away
Mr. Styles-All-righti dean -I -guess
you'll be ready mUime. The'ttcketa
are, f oromoWow-iiight .