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Evans lived. A light in a room I knew
to be hi led me to look in.
It was to view, tranquil and visible
in ali form and substance, the man I
had murdered! Then. the last shock,
and I fell, crashing helplessly through
When I came back to like, I lay on
a couch. Bending over me, kindly and
anxious, was Evans. He smiled sad
ly, and gently stroked, my whitened
hair, with the pathetic words: '
.. "Poor, poor fellow!"
I. lay like a man of stone until I
learned how he had escaped. When
thrown into the cupola bin, his cloth
ing had caught on' a tool hook. It was
tjie effigy used to ridicule the politi
cal candidate that I had seen rolling
down into that molten furnace,
though it was Evans' own yell I had
heard as the hopper opened beneath
where he hung.
Ross J2vans did something more
than nurse me he brought Mary
Gladdon to my bedside.- You canre
alize that I wa&in a state of mind to
drift forever out of the bad rutlliad
got into. Pull-grown man that I was,
to the woman I truly loved I sobbed
out my gratitude and my remorse.
One cup of sugar; two scant cups
of flour, four tablespoons of butter;
two eggs, one scant teaspoon of bak
ing powder; one cup of cleaned cur
rants, chopped.fine; nutmeg and cin
namon -vto taste. Rub butter and
sugar to a cream, add spices and the
eggs beaten light, then the flour with
which the -baking powder has been
sifted twice. Lastly put in the chop
ped currants. Roll out, with quick,
light strokes. Cut into shapes and
bake in a- tolerably brisk oven. They
are better the second day after baking-than
Magistrate to Suffragette As you
did this damage wilfully I must give
you seven days' imprisonment. or $40.
A BULGARIAN -CbSTUME
The young :girl hasT' takenj very
quickly to Bulgarian dedgns.'ahd for
one who is; slenderthe1 Oriental sash,
tied abouttheJhjps; worn'with an'
Oriental turban in the hairj ;makes'
a very charming costHne,jDr5ovided
the young, .latdy has ' dark'eyjes and