,vors but worked out her own salva
.iion by good, honest endeavor. She
was a good woman, she was charita
ble in word and deed, she was never
theard to say an unkind word about
.any living person and yet she was al
ways followed by her pitiful story a
ptory that was repeated over the cof
'pn that enclosed her ripnri ninv t
have often wanted to ask her if that
ear or two with her love was worth
iJtt That js the thing Mollie has to
choose when she goes with you, and
,1 want both you and her to fully un
j derstand the step you are taking."
"Margie, I had already determined
to give Mollie up before you came.
Tomorrow I will send vou a letfpr tn
give her and tonight I will go to New
York for a long trip abroad."
1 neld out both hands to him mv
heart bled for him.
Only time, little book, will tell nrr
if my meddling was right
( To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Breakfast Buns. Cream 4 tahles-
spoonfuls of butter with 2 tablespoon-
iuis or sugar. Add 2 eggs and beat
all together 3 minutes; add H, tea-
spoonful of salt; X cup of sweet milk.
Sift 2 cups of flour, y2 cup of white
cornmeal and 2 tabfespoonfuls of
baking powder together and add
slowly to the liquid, beating rapidly.
Drop into buttered muffin nana and
DaKe in quick oven 20 minutes.
Mother (to gentleman who has
been staring at child for five min
Old Gentleman Thank heavens! I
thought it was human! Harvard
YOUNG BRIDE'S LONG MISSING
HUSBAND FOUND IN ALASKA
Mrs. Henry Clark Coe, Jr., whose
husband after being missing four
away. while, his mind was .deranged.
A child was born to Mrs.vCoe soon
after his disappearance.
lunula uiu UCCII IUUIIU III MIclSKcl. I
Young Coe is said to have wandered !
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