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Ralph was given no opportunity to
-explain. Mr. Martin scouted his
story about losing the combination
and not opening the safe as ridicu
lous. Ralph was not even allowed to
see Eunice. Disgraced, branded as a
thief, he was sent away from that
cherished paradise of business and
Two days later Beale borrowed a
thousand dollars on a note from a
banker. Two "days still later Martin
learned that the note was a forgery.
He began an investigation. At its
termination he was satisfied that his
fugitive relative was a conscience
Obdurate and self-willed, he refus
ed to consider that Ralph might be
guiltless. Just after the flight of
Beale, however, Eunice came to him
wih flaming eyes.
"Papa," she said, "I want you to
send for Mr. Terhune at once and
make some atonement for misjudg
ing him so cruelly.
'What do you mean " began her
"This: I can prove who opened'
that safe," and Eunice placed before
hirn a pair of cuffs and a card cover
ed with figures.
"The maid fmind these in the
waste basket in cleaning the ropm
that Mr. Beale occupied," said Eu
nice. "The cuffs he stole from
Ralph, the card shows how he dis
tributed that missing twelve hundred
Within the ho'ur Ralph Terhune
was restored to his old one and a
new one as prospective son-in-law
of John Martin, banker.
," ' ARE THEY?
, "Are they happy together?"
"Well, he stays irt every evening."
( "Then they must be."
"But she goes out." Judge.
Mayoe the quiet, academic, tame
tone' of Woodiow's message is due to
the fact that he's still fuil of thai
UNIVERSITY ' '.CO-ED INVENTS
SYSTEM "TO STOP FORGETTING"
Miss 'Elsie .McGormick.
Berkeley, Cal., Dec. 10. Miss Elsie
McCormickr sopn'omore at the Uni
versity of California, has perfected a
system for memorizing.
Instructors at the college are inter
ested in her method, and say that her
ability to memorize proves the worth
of her system.
"I remember short poems," she
said, "by "taking'the initial letter of
each" verse and forming it into a word.
The remembrance qf the word en
ables me to remember the entire
"Aupther plan I call memorizing
by association. I recall incidents,
pul&gidpiio fVoxii'a book oV conver-