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forever," said Jack. "But that cannot
be without you. And you, who have
taught me how to be a man would
you think of marrying a ne'er-do-well?"
"No longer that," she said plainly.
"If you love rngj Jack, I would feel
it an honor to be your wife."
And later came love's reward, for
one day passing the spot where he
had first met old Abel Drake, Jack
took a fancy to investigate the cov-ered-up
And in it, within a leather bound
box, he found the fortune the old
man had buried, but, dying before he
had a chance to tell his favorite rela
tive, Myrtle, where he had secreted it.
WEAR A COTTON DRESS WOMEN'S SLOGAN
New Orleans, La. Cotton gowns
to replace the silks and satins of Mi-
All the fineries to stay on the store
counters because the women of the
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South want to aid the cotton planter
boost the price of cotton, which has
slumped ever so much because of the
Just think what it means! When
the brilliant social season Mardi
Gras comes around, the Queen of
the King must forego his glossy, thin
The loyal Carnival subjects will
but the women are already of the
opinion that Hon. Gen. Sherman was
very correct in defining war.
Who started it?
Mrs. Annie Kincade Dent, presi
dent of the Mississippi Suffrage As
sociation, is credited with inaugurat
ing the "wear-a-cotton" gown move
ment. Mrs. W. W. Van Meter, president
of the Era Club, New Orleans, seized
on the opportunity to boost the
Other New Orleans women prom
inently identified with the movement
are Mrs. H. B. Myers, president of
the City Federation of Women's
Clubs, and Mrs. E. J. Graham, state
organizer of the Woman Suffrage
Party of Louisiana.
Always put cans in boiler in cold
Do not adjust rubber on cans until
ready to seal.
When cans are taken from boiler,
great care must be taken not to ex
pose them to sudden draught. Cool
When cool, dip top of can to depth
of can rubber into melted parifine.
Keep dark and cool until used.
o o -
Olive oil is injured by being kept in
the light. When used at the table it
srirmlfi rip Tint in n rlnrlr-pnlnroH Vint-
Carnival and her court will wear tie and removed to a cool, dark nlace
gingham, muslin or percales. Even 1 immediately after the meaL