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them, aflame -with joy. She had placed
before her employer a little package.
"There is the $1,000. I loan it to
you. I give it to you, if you will take
it Oh! please don't look so wonder
ing. I simply raised theTnoney on my
"Your diamonds!" gasped Miss
"Yes, that my dead mother left me.
They have always been mine, al
though her estate is still in the hands
of guardians. If you dont take the
money I shall cry!"
They had to take it, to be returned
in a month. Then, later still, one
morning Garnet came into the office
to throw her arms around dear Miss
Alice and kiss her.
"I am 18 today!" she cried. "That
means I am free. Now they can't
make me marry that horrid man.
Now they can't keep my fortune any
longer. Oh, my dear! think of it! I
can give you splendid people all the
capital needed to build up the grand
est business in the world!"
And she told her simple story of
maneuvering guardians. In ,vain
Miss Alice told her that their humble
home was no place for a rich heiress,
that they could not take her money.
"You shan't turn me out," sobbed
Garnet, "I will stay here! Why don't
your brother marry me if he cares so
much to keep me? For I love him,
1 love him dearly!"
There was a rustle at the doorway.
With shining eyes Paul Wayne re
Garnet rushed into his extended
arms to hide her happy, blushing face.
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a sauce pan, add y cup of vinegar
and 1 saltspoon of salt. Beat 1 egg
very light, add slowly to the warm
not hot vinegar, add the leaves of
2 heads of lettuce and steam until
the lettuce is well wilted; serve hot
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This coat is developed in black silk
It is a three-quarters coat with a
novel belt that begins at the back over
the hips and holds in place a shirred
pocket at the left The belt is
trimmed with small ruffles of silk
and the coat is buttoned with square
A smart touch to the Gladstone
collar is gained by the addition of a
bow which ties at the back, one end
falling down over the left shoulder
at the back and the other over the
front of the coat, which is loose fit
ting in the back and is confined at the
waist by the snug belt
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