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Hiusical humming of a sweet home
tune from the rips of the recovering
invalid in an adjoining room.
"You have brought my boy back to
life," she -said gratefully. "But for
your timely, genergus aid he would
have died." " -
' Marvin Thearle leaned over and
reverently kissed her white trembling
1 "Forgive," he said simply, and
turned to leave the room.
"I bless you!" she called after him.
"I shall teach Paul to remember you
' He came back, his lips quivering,
his eyes hungry for comfort and con
sent. "Elsinore," he said, "can you for
get?" ' "My wicked lack of faith in you?"
she faltered "oh, never, never!"
"Then let me teach you to forget,"
he said, and his arm encircled her,
and she could not resist. She was
' "I have the present and it is price
less," he added. "Give me a future
i-of trust, of love."
"Oh, it was always love it will al
ways be that!" she sobbed, and their
fips met, and the new and grander
compact was sealed.
JONE-EGG DUMPLING CHEAP
f By Caroline Coe
" Into bowl put 1 egg, pinch of salt
and 2 tablespoons of flour, to which
has been added 1 teaspoon of baking
Beat smooth and add flour until
the dough will not drop from the
Spoon. Dip teaspoon in the boiling
Stock and then in the dough, taking
one-half teaspoon for each dump
ling. Dip the spoon each time and
the dumplings will be even in size and
rill drop from the spoon easily.
Boil six minutes without covering.
Serve at once.
The budding genius soon becomes
'LITTLE EVA" WHO GREW
UP TO BE FAMOUS
Effle Shannon, same golden-haired
Effie who used, to play "Little Eva"
in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" a good
many years ago, has been cast for an
important part in "The Children of
Earth," the new play that won the
Winthrop Ames prize of $10,000.
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT
It's hard to know just what to give
A friend on his natal day.
Kerchiefs, ties, perfume and socks
Are nowadays passe.
We cannot give him jewels and jurs;
We could not foot the bills.
Hurrah! We have it! We will buy '
Our friend some neat fewtrils. '
Look them up in .the dictionary.
We had to. '
Let's see; if the United States Is to
be dry in 1920, and Niagara FaHs'is
to go dry in 6,195, and & is to 6000
as yes that's it; Canada will go dry
in A. D. 614915.