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went back to the bank; but not to his
former covert. Of course, the fact
that they were now under secret in
spection would get around among the
employes, of the bank, so that sys
tem of espionage would have to ter
Simpson went the rounds of the
place, studying the faces of the vari
ous workers. No "intuition" came
to him, however, that might start him
on the trail of the guilty criminal.
Thoughtfully, somewhat mournfully,
he neared the currency pen. Simpson
felt a little ashamed of himself as he
viewed the charming Miss Burrows
at close range.
"The owner of that sweet face
could never engage in theft," he told
With a startling scream the young
lady had jumped upon a stool.
"Why, what has happened?" ex
claimed her companion in the cage.
"A mouse!" faltered Miss Burrows,
pale and flustrated. "Oh, dear!" and
she shivered as she gathered the
.skirts closely about her shapely feet
Then there was a quest for the in
truder and then Pettigrew Simpson,
the great detective, sneaked away.
For in a little vacant space under
.the partition was discovered a com
fortable rat's nest an expensive
contrivance, for it was made of frag
ments of the missing thousand dollar
o o s
Boil young beets until tender, drop
into cold water and remove the skins.
Chop beets in bowl until very fine.
To each pint of chopped beets and
juice, add 1 pint of mutton broth or
beef stock and simmer 15 minutes.
Rub through a colander and set in
place to keep hot Cook together 2
teaspoonfuls of butter and 2 of flour
and add 2 cupfuls of milk. Stir un
til thick and smooth, then add slow
ly to the beet and mutton mixture.
Season with salt and a dash of cay
enne. Serve hot in cups with dot of
whipped cream on top.
NAMES ,FORlGOWNS ,IS-NEVVESiT
FASHION, SAYS BETTY BROWN
One of the newest of spring fash
ions is the gown with the name the
Mayflower, the Zephyr, the Zenith.
The Fashion Art League of America
names almost all of the models it sets
forth as authentic fashion models.
The evening gown pictured here,
the Zenith, is a charming creation
in American Beauty shade of taffeta
silk, with two-flounced petticoat of
embroidered white net. Purple rib
bon finishes the high belt and bands
the bottom of the skirt; a bow of pur
ple ribbon is draped on the wrist.