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In the twilight her dark eyes open- J KITTY.-' GORNiGOTAN:
ed; she was in his arms now, her
head fallen a little backward, .yield
ing to his embrace crushing her.
"Try try to remember before
you kiss me," she-breathed. "I wish
you to love me Iliesire it but not
like this. Oh, try to remember be
fore before it is too late!"
"I do remember! Helen! Helen!"
Her lips on his stifled the cry; a
long sigh, a sob, and she lay quiver
ing in her husband's arms!
THE DREAMERS; A SONG OF .
By Berton Braley.
Thrilled withthe Spirit of romance
Which set their hearts aflame,
The brave adventurers of France
To this, our isthmus, came;
They dared the jungle and the sun,
The fever and the rains,
Their work, we know, was left un
done, The SOUL of it remains!
They dreamed brave dreams in Pan
ama, And mid their dreams they died,
But spite of failure, fault and flaw
We know how well they tried;
We know what priceless lives it cost
At Colon and Gatun,
We know success was only lost
Because they dreamed too soon!
So though they failed and failed
Through Fate and Circumstance,
I toast those doughty Gentlemen
Adventurers of France;
For if WE make their vision true
By steel and stone and steam,
THEY pointed out the work to do,
They weVe the first to dream!
NOT IN DOUBT
"Did you tell the lady I was out?"
"Did she seem to doubt it?"
"No, mum. She said she knew
you wasn't." Texas Sittings.
Kitty Gordon has the most famous
back in the'worldl
She has just hard it " insured for
$35,Q00. It is hermost valuable pos
session. Kitty's back's fame -come fromllon
don. She was a "Gaiety girl." -Many
of the, nobility wanted to marry .Kit-,
ty. They raved about her back.
Sculptors sculped'it, and'.finally Cap
tain .the Honorable Beres"ford, of the
Queeh's.Pwn, cousin ..of Sir Charles
Beresfbrd and LordJDeci'es, married
it. There -was" a separaBohand "Kitty
brought her back to.Amerfca, -here
th'e ordinary common citizen' can now
take, ta took at it for 39 .Vouch per
seat-at ao Qr4ii13'y-eatQr,.dT)ncuer-