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he had so loved, still loved with sor
rowful, regretful emotion.
"X thought," he stammered out
"they told me ahout of the wedding
of Miss Norton, at Hampton."
"My cousin," was all that Lucia
said. She said more, however, when
under those strange unforseen cir
cumstances arose the pleading, re-
morseful story of his wanderings, and
her own story of change of fortune
and the silent patient grief of a loyal
And the wild ringing of the storm
becanje as happy as joy bells to two
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
WESTERN LIFE WINS LILLIAN,
WHO LOVES IT
f By Gertrude M. Price.
Lillian Wiggins is the star of the
western Pathe company at Edendale,
She is a new recruit from the le
gitimate stage, and life out West in
th"e open is still very much of a
wonderful novelty to her.
Since she went to California, a few
months ago, she has learned to ride
a horse, to sit on a soup boxand eat
a sandwich for her mid-iday meal and
t6 do all sorts of hair-breadth stunts
just for the sake of the pictures.
Miss Wiggins is one of the
statuesque type of beauties! No one
ifrould dream that she could do a
ijood character part or look like a
'gypsy. But she can, all right!
Most of the pictures done by the
western Pathe company are the wild
,and woolly sort. So Miss Wiggins
soon found out that she would either
ihave to forget herself and her tailor-
rmade clothes (during work hours) or
' fbrego the pleasure of being a
' "movie" maid.
One trip around the Pathe ranch;
one trial ride on the back of a West
ern pony and one day's fresh, free
ozone were sufficient to convince her
that she could forget pretty clothes
jf'ghe migh.t have a. chance to do
some of the daring things she-- saw
being done on "the Pathe ranch in
So here she is!
Statuesque "Movie" Girl.
Peel the onions and put them into
warm, salted water, bringing quickly
to boiling point. As soon as they
are tender drain qujckly and cover
with a slightly thickened cream
dressing, made of half milk and half
cream, to which a piece of butter is
added and salted to taste.
When this comes to a boil stir in a
tablespoon of flour, to whichtwo ta
blespoons of water have been added.
Turn this over the onions and serve
immediately or they will quickly be
come dark and-soggy.,
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