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leagues beyond that his horse broke
"It is well," be cried, as he settled
the wind direction and the probable
distance of his rivairHeknelt and
struck a match.
First a creeping, hissing snake of
flame, then the mighty uprising of a
pillar and then a wall of fire. It ran
like lightning. It would not pause un
til it had swept Dwyer into retreat,
as Lone Wolf well knew.
And then, jon foot, the dauntless
savage started for his destination.
When Mort Dwyer, by a circuitous
route reached the county seat the
next afternoon, he knew that he had
When he returned to the settle
ment that night," hot with rage and
seeking for Lone Wolf, it was to find
that the Barclays had sent him to a
point of safety.
Lone Wolf, ihe despised, had scor
ed a just revenge!
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A lady who had some friends (all
unexpectedly) at lunch time was
rather afraid she would not liave
sufficient food, and told Bridget to
bring in all she had, and she would
make an apology at the table. "Upon
taking the cover from one dish the
lady found it empty, and afterwards
asked Bridget why she took in an
empty dish. "Shure, ma'am," ex
claimed Bridget, "an' wasn't it your
self as said ye'd make an apology at
the table, an' shouldn't ye want a
dish to. put it on?"
' ANNA HELD MAY SOON RE WED
New York, Jan. 23. "After all, in
fatuations are only interludes in the
grand passion," is the comment of
She has come back from Paris,
bringing with her a pair of diamond
brocaded stockings and a four-figure
vaudeville contract, both Christmas
presents, from her former husband,
Florenz Ziegfield, Jr,
Anna .gently-intimated that the
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ing her toward Wcgfield vbom ?
divorced some time ago because of
his alleged inratuatioh ior-oiuwa.