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ning her, while her brother was standing near by, looking exceeding ly solicitous. "You dear, sweet girl!" cried the exuberant Mrs. Mallory, as Una opened her eyes. "Up you know what you have done? saved-all my jewels, which that dreadful thief had stolen just before he tried to force you to supply the money to take them out of town with him." The next day Una's injured hand -o- prevented her doing any work. Earle Henderson came over to inquire as to her health. His hands were strong and well, so he held the book she had brought to the shady tree bench and read to her. And so for a week he contributed his company and devotion. The day the injured hand was released from bondage he kised it, and the next day he selected one of the slim pretty fingers to fit on an engagement ring. o- HERE'S THE DEBUTANTE A LA ROPE SWIRL! &r".";'"(;'; ;- - -z& -H . i -: The slim, petite young debutante should wear her hair a la rope swirl, the heavy rope of hair coming low down on the back of the neck for that's part of the program for 1916. But girls proud of their pretty ears will be shy of this style, forgetting that nothing is more becoming to the girl in her teens than fluffy curls about the face and a low arrange ment at the back of the neck. The comb as shown in the pic ture adds a pretty touch for even ing wear. (This is the first of a series illus trating latest styles in hairdressing.).