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fng of me all the time he was wooing!
me. The old" story of the' man who runs frantically for the street car and if he catches it sinks quietly into his seat and begins to read his morning paper, lost its humor in its applica tion to marriage and became an illusr tration of the entire singleness of purpose which leads to success in any pursuit. Dick had "caught his car" and it was my duty to see that it was made as comfortable for him as possible so that he could turn his attention to the other affairs of life. I think .we both decided that he would be able to do great things and enjoyed such exultation that must come to every one when hope looms bright. ' Something of this came into Dick's mind, for he said as we prepared for bed: "I guess you can give your old Dr. Atwater the laugh and tell him his croaking did not amount to much, for it looks as though you and I,.Mar- 1111 rnnfPSH in -tiir i:nr v m k ;i 11 i i uve iiauuiiv ever iiiLei. I smiled assent, but I went to sleeo win's face and' wondering how many and how hard would be life's experi ences before I could become a gentle philosopher who could say: "What ever is, is best." (To Be Continued Tomorrow.) CELERY CREAM SOUP Use all the tops and "leaves and stalks of coarse celery. Wash and put into granite saucepan with just enough .water to cover. If a slice of onion is at hand add it Boil until very tender. Put in colander and mash with potato masher. To every cup of thfe'fcelery stock add two cups of milk, a little butter and half a tea" spoon of cornstarch. Boil in double boiler for ten minutes'. Serve with cheese toast. THESE XUJflLg W6ftE BRAVE Marguerjti. and Dorothy James. For 36 Hours the steamship Cobe ouid, pounding to pieces;on Trinity reef, off Nova Scotia, flashed its wire less signals of distress. Death seem ed inevitable.-for the 1&8 human be ings abo'ard sbip. Strong-hearts tried to cheer tlje.mpre terrified! When a;jtast the rescue fleet of coast steamers; found the imperilled vessel, thehpasseffgers united in giv ing praise tQ, Marguerite ;and Dor othy James; Brooklyn girls," for their bravery in he face of danger and hardships. - - Bride-elect 1 have not the slight est idea hoiy,'fie.wedaing-service be gins. I m.ut'lqok it ;up. Her adorer, glancing. aV'the wedding gifts that had been-Senton:." "It should be, 'Know alTmn by these;"presents'"