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"Dead!" I repeated vaguely and
fairly shocked. "Yes. It seems that Benghi never forgot her cruelty. She was barter ing for the sale-of. the animal, when it seized her suddenly in its trunk, hurled her to the ground, pinioned her with its. ponderous foot and crushed the life out of her." The next I heard 'of Singh Ali he was lying in a hospital delirious with a fever, and his nurse was his old love. His father had come to Paris with her to rescue his son from the wretchedness his ingenuous trust in -o- a fair but false woman had brought him. I saw the three when they left for their far away. home. The weak steps of the man who had learned so ter rible a lesson were guided by a dusky but beautiful girl, his faithful fiancee: His eyes took in a last look at Paris, the beautiful Paris, the de vourer and he sighed. Then they turned to the patient anxious face of his fiancee. And in their depths was the old love, re stored. (Copyright by, W. G. Chapman.) ANOTHER SHACKLE SUNDERED Congratulations to the Supreme Court of the United States.- It, also, is moving with the times. . It has just pronounced as a "fiction which is vanishing" the old doctrine of the common law that a woman's identity is swallowed up in that of her husband that, for example, she is unable to establish domicile for the pur pose of suing .for a divorce. It was more than a fiction while it lasted. It was a very hard fact in the history of woman's subjugation by man. I It meant. that the wife was not the husband's partner and chum as well as his sweetheart, but also his property. It meant legal recognition of a form of tyranny which good men may not have exercised, but which many men did exercise, because society and the law upheld them. It is going to be a better world now that this archaic estimate of wife hood is being knocked into a cocked hat. Husbands will be more loving and wives more faithful. Because the relationship between master" and serf at its best can't ever be quite as fine as the best relationship between equals. There may, for a time, be more divorce, but if so it will be only in the nature of domestic house cleaning, to make the home finally purer; . o 0 SAYINGS, OF MR. MOUSE i , ' , rjenu p. sirs 7C 'CrttDXAJ 'SHOVt-D V ( m&K PjA)rST JMJ rtno ' BT7R ) "Vr ?w, y ? HOT TARTAR SAUCE To y cup of thick white sauce add Y2 cup of mayonnaise dressing, 2 teaspoon of minced chives and 1 tea spoon of lemon juice. Put into dou ble boiler to heat. Not boil. Stir into this y teaspoon each of cucumber pickle, olives, parsley and capers, all minced fine. Serve at once piping hot. Los Angeles man suicided at his wedding hour because his intended was too good for him. It must be aw ful to have conscientiousness like this.