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quietly in one corner of the room,
while Blair sat, his face buried in his
hands, not noting the lapse of time.
It was two hours later when Mrs.
Warrington returned. Her face was
wreathed with a strange excitement.
She touched his arm-tremblingly.
"Mr. Blair," she said in tones quav
ering with emotion. "I have been to
a neighbor's whom I have sent for
Miss Foster. I have been telling her
of your brave repentent life "
"She cannot forgive!" faltered
"She has not only forgiven you, but
she still loves you. Come."
It was like the summons of some
guilding angel. Mrs. Warrington led
Rufus Blair to the little home next
door, into its best room and closed
the door as she retired.
A woman advanced toward him
with radiant face and outstretched
arms she of the frosted window
panes, his lost wife.
(Copyright by W. G. Champman.)
TODAY'S LENTEN DISH
By Caroline Coe
Potato and Nut Croquettes.
Blanch one cup of walnut meats, y2
as many hickory nuts, by turning
boiling water over them and allowing
them to stand until the skins curl.
Roll in a cloth until all the brown
skin is removed and spread them on a
dish, sprinkle with celery, salt and a
little paprika; let meats get perfectly
cold. When cold and crisp pound in
a mortar or chop very fine. Mix them
with 2 cupfuls of mashed potato that
has been well beaten and seasoned.
Beat the yolks of 2 eggs and beat into
the potato and nuts. Mold into shape
and set in cold place for 6 hours. Roll
in fine crumbs, then egg, then
crumbs, and fry in deep fat.
SH-H! LISTEN! IS IT A PETTICOAT
SWISH WE HEAR?
Little Miss Petticoat, as frilly and
fluffy as ever she was in the days of
leg-o-mutton sleeves and wide skirts,
Jia& le&amed lier lost jlace in good
society. The swish of lace and silk
will be heard again in fashion land,
for the new spring gowns are made
to be worn with petticoats.
It's at least half a dozen years since
the petticoatless tube skirt became
the fashion, but the return of the'
See Who's With Us Little Miss Pet
ticoat, All Fluffs and Ruffles.
1830 gown means the return of the
petticoat, no flimsy little underskirt,
either, but a petticoat of goodly
width, fluffed and ruffled enough to
suit the most sentimental of women.