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mile, for he had named one of the
onow places of the town.
"Certainly!" she sneered ill-natur-edyl.
"As a millionaire, undoubtedly
you can afford itl'
"I'm not quite a" millionaire," re
plied Luke in a blunt, practical way.
"but I can afford to buy the judge's
house, and another like it, if I wish.
The fact is, Norma," he added, "we
can't build the cottage we planned,
for I have sold the land at Benham."
"Sold it!" echoed his fiance, won
deringly. "Yes, for fifty thousand dollars.
That ten acres, it has just been dis
covered, is the best coal tract of its
size in the state, and we are rich,
"And happy oh, so happy!" cried
the loyal Norma, bursting into tears
and nestling into his strong, protect
(Copyright by W G. Chapman)
NURSE, MOTORIST AND "BIRD
WOMAN" HER EVERY-DAY JOB
An intrepid airwoman as well as
an expert motorist is Mrs. Winifred
Buller of the Volunteer Motor Am
bulance corps of London.
cident befalls her motor ambulance
she is ready to remove her wounded
charges from the battlefield in an
BRAND NEW DANCE BORROWED
A brand new dance has tripped into
favor of New York society. The
"Paraquaya" is its name, and Miss
Rene Manning is Its sponsor. It
comes from the Philippines and it's
danced, of course, jn oriental cos
tume and with many oriental slides
Co-operation enable? the Danish
dairyman to buy his feed in the U. S.f
pay transportation -and yet compete
successfully with the American
Mrs. Buller declares that if an ac-j dairyman in the English markets