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him no peace. "You must come back
to Torrens!" they had yelled at him. And Salford, driven to bay, ashamed though he was to face his contem poraries, had accepted.. The president came behind him and lihded his arm in his. "My dear fellow," he said, "you are going to be my guest tonight. Come, I won't stand for any denial. You are coming, home." But Salford did not understand the full meaning of "home" until he stood ; within the well-remembered room and' saw a gracious figure come through-the door by which Routledge had discreetly disappeared. Then he found himself looking into the un changed .eyes pf the one woman in the world. There was no need to speak, for hands went out to hands and heart to heart, and she was lying upon his breast. And in that kiss all the past was forgotten. (Copyright by W. G. Chapman.) PRINCE'S PURCHASE OF FRENCH PAINTINGS CENSORED BY QUEEN MARY r" London. Queen Mary, self-ordained censor-in-chief, ha& had her powers curtailed by order of the king. She opened a package from-Paris addressed to the Prince .of Wales. It contained illustrations for some of Boc caccio's most striking tales. The queen at once administered a lecture to her son upon exercising propriety, even when buying art in Paris. The prince appealed to. the royal pater f amilias, ' who assured him that thenceforth his mail would never be opened by others than himself. . o o NO CHANGE The discovery of a bathing estab lishment of the time of Hadrian by achaeologists in Asia Minor has made it plain that there was very little dif ference between such establishments then and now. One of the notices on the walls reads: "The management will not be responsible for the loss of money or jewels unless these are given to the porter."" . o o GOOD ENOUGH One of the rallying cries of the German army is "workj play, laugh, study, sing.' That is good enough for all mankinds, everywhere. Milwau kee Sentinel '