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about. Dick did say, dear, that you '
and Will Tenney were always seen
together lately and that it was mak
ing a lot of talk, but if you feel like
it you can tell me the whole truth
about the matter."
"That's just what I'm going to do,
Madge, and then I want you to prom
ise that you will judge for yourself
without letting Dick influence you
in the least"
"I'll try,, Kitty," I answered, "but,
my dear, it is very hard to live with a
man as his wife and not be more or
less influenced by him. I am learning
this every day."
"So am I," said Kitty, and a hard
look came into her eyes that I did hot
like to see. So I put my arms about
her and whispered: "Never mind,
Kitty dear, you and I have been
friends since we were children and
I'm not going to let Dick make me do
anything that I don't think is right."
Kitty sat up suddenly and looked
me straight in the eyes and asked:
"Are you sure you always know what
is right, Madge?"
I must have looked surprised, for I
have always felt that every one was
born with something within them
that distinguished right from wrong.
"It's a new thought to you, isn't it,
"And, as you are sure about it, I
want you to tell me whether what I
am doing is right or wrong."' And
as she said this she seemed years
older instead of two years younger
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Select good well-ripened corn.
"When all the corn is popped remove
burnt or imperfectly popped kernels.
Make a syrup as follows and mix
through the corn until each kernel is
sugared and separated. Ingredients
for syrup One tablespoon butter,
three tablespoons water, one cup
powder sugar. Boil until it strings a
thread, put in the com, stir well, and
place in bowl or plates.
SPRINGv,HTSpOyER ONE EAR
The Paris -creation at the top is a
model of blue tagal straw, with crown
of satin trimmed with short ostrich
The lowr one, is a toque qf white
moire with crown of 'red straw trim
med with gray heron feathers.
Latest cpuTjtsJidws .89' Mrs. Em
peror MenelSkS of .Abyssinia,' and an
heir apparent whoisjcutting loose on
wine, women ariitiqrig at theage of
16 years. We guess that reports of
old Meuehkjs.. death arc not exag
gerated. , j