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never saw a face so transformed.
She looked haloed in a madonna-like
benignancy. She stood up proudly
before us all.
"I'll tell her now," she said in ring
ing tones. "No, I'll tell her before
everybody. Everybody knew, every
body has always taunted me with be
ing an old maid. It is true I have
never been married, but Bessie is my
The pert look that had been on
Bessie's face was never seen there
again. We looked at the exporter's
face, and knew Miss Roberts had
spoken the truth.
"Is this true?" cried Bessie, clutch
ing at his arms convulsively.
Mr. Wakefield bowed his head. "My
nephew is dead now," he said, "and
there is no reason why the secret
should be kept any longer. His wife
knows. But for that," he continued,
turning to Miss Roberts, "I should
have done more for you more for
you both. I always meant to I am
going to now."
The last thing that we saw as we
filed out was Bessie weeping in Miss
Lubin denies that Ethel Clayton is
to leave his concern.
Triangle's "The Edge of the
Abyss," featuring Mary Boland and
Willard Mack, promises to be an ad
vance showing of the latest fashions
because of the many exquisite gowns
worn by Miss Boland.
Five years ago Hazel Dawn saved
her lunch money to see her favorite,
Mary Pickford, in the movies. Now
their dressing rooms adjoin in the
Famous Players big studio in New
Director Frank Powell of the Fox
organization has joined the Equitable
forces. Powell jumped into the lime
light when he produced "A Fool
There Was" and has added to his
laurels in his direction of Nance
O'Neill. He is rated as one of the
best directors in the movie world.
GEN. GONZALES TO GET FOE'S
HEAD AS CHRISTMAS PRESENT
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CsEN. PABLO GONZLALES'.
How'd you like to get the head of a'
dead man for a Christmas present?!
General Pablo Gonzales, com
mander of Mexico City for the defac
to government, has been notified that
the head of Gen. Juan B. Hernandez,
former intimate friend of President
Porfirio Diaz and relative of Gen.
Huerta, was being shipped to him
from Esperanzo, state of Vera Cruz
as a Christmas present.
Hernandez was slain in battle and
the victor of the fight, Col. Galacia of
the Constitutionalist army, boxed
Hernandez' severed head and is send
ing it by special messenger to Gon
zales. o o
SAUTE EGG PLANT.
Slice the plant, peel and sprinkle
the slices with a little salt, pile up on
plate and put plate over them with a
weight on top and allow to stand for
an hour. Drain and rinse and saute
in hot olive oil; brown each side gol
den brown and serve with tomato
. ' .-vt yr