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ture down the swaying cable till Pre
voast could climb over him. Alan in
sisted that the terrified Prevoast pre
cede him to the cliff ipp. When he
arrived there he found Prevoast bend
ing over the insensible man, his hands
full of papers.
"The coward! the murderer!" cried
Prevoast forcibly. "He sought to mur
der you, to get you out of the way,
so he could win your young lady, for
see, I have fond some of your letters
in his pocket which he must have in
tercepted. Documents, too, that will
aid and clear me of a crime imputed
to me, which made of me a fugitive
and of which he was solely guilty."
One month later, armed with a
written confession from Ridgeway
and the knave eliminated from their
lives, Alan and Prevoast completed
their strange trip.
The one wedded to tfife beautiful
girl he so loved, for the other, the
man who Alan Deane had so unsel
fishly defended, the dark past cleared,
there was to both a bright, promising
MANNERS AND GOOD LOOKS AIDS
TO MAN IN "MOVIES"
-M r yarncy
Good looks and a distinguished
manner are not lost, by any means,
on the director who is engaging a
leading man for photo plays.
A very good instance of this may
be seen in Director Thomas Ince's
choice of Barney Sherry as a star for
his chief company at the Kay Bee
ranch near Santa Monica, Cal.
Sherry "fills the bill" in both re
spects to a "T."
Besides this, he has had a long
stage experience and brings to the
photoplay world all his knowledge of
Sherry plays opposite Clara Wil
liams. In a May Domino release he
appeared as Pierre Duval, leader of
the forest vampires.
Mix cup of powdered sugar with
one tablespoon of any fruit juice. Mix
until nearly all the sugar is dissolved.
Then add two scant tablespoons of
boiling water. Beat rapidly until it is
a soft, "spready" cream. Spread on
cake and set in draught to cool.
Powdered cocoa or grated choco
late may be, used. Raisins, seeded
and cut in small thin pieces or chop
ped orange peel added to the above
icing, makes a grateful change.
If you desire a pink icing use the
juice of strawberries or currants, one
cup of sugar, one-quarter cup of wa
ter. Boil until it will spin a hair when
allowed to drop from fork. Add two
tablespoons of berry juice. Allow to
boil up. Then drop a drop or two at
a time into the stiffly beaten white of
Rub one-quarter pound of Roque
fort cheese to smooth paste. Add two
tablespoons of sweet cream, fifteen
drops of. onion juice, add one cream
cheese (costs ten cents), mix all to
gether with silver fork. Add one table
spoon of minced parsley and one of
minced green sweet pepper. Salt to
taste. Mold ana set in cooi piace.
Serve with toasted crackers.
When pressing woolen goods cover
with sheet of brown paper in place
Lo oloth. No lint will be the Tesult -
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