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thought so often of the little boy I
used to see and might never know.
And to think that after these years
but then you must let me help you
in any way I can. And you must
come out of this old house into the
Perhaps soul spoke to soul in that
moment, for suddenly she felt that
they were bound by a stronger tie
than the few words that had been ut
tered. "Yes," said Travers, taking her by
the hands. "I will come with you
now into the sunshine."
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT
ACT I. Thegell,
A rural belle,
Leaves her home for town.
ACT n. Her beau
Does little know
How dangers on her frown.
ACT III. The villain
Needs speedy killing
For all his vafrous plots.
ACT IV. The swain
Gets her again.
And the villain (Off-stage shots!)
Look it up in the dictionary,
Pieces of stale bread may be saved
for brown betty pudding, queen pud
ding or bread muffins.
Don't throw the feet of chicken
away, but clean them carefully and
put them in the stock pot.
Baked beans will be better if they
are parboiled before they are put into
the pot for baking.
Don't forget that baked macaroni
and cheese makes a very good dish
for a winter night.
WEAR 'EM ON STREET, SAYS
FAIR "STYLE REBEL"
Portland, Ore. Miss Fannie Har-
ley, "style rebel," is tired of skirts.
She wants to wear trousers and
thinks other women ought to wear
em, too. Indifferent success is at
tending her efforts to introduce them
here as the 1915 mode, but Miss Har
ley is not discouraged.
It isn't the prosaic, drab, monotonous-
man's trousers that she would
adopt, but a special, dainty filmy, bi-
Miss Fannie Harley in One of Her
Bifurcated House Gowns.
furcated creation,- adapted to the
wearer. She has evolved four suits
of the pantaloon type for women: A
kitchen suit of gingham trousers and
jacket, a filmy silk model for parties
and dances, a negligee house suit,
and a serge outfit, decorated with
lure, for street wear,