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One day, a work Mor. ynuncc Bsy
mond came around to him. Fe
brought a letter signed by Eunice
Ralston. In it she told him she had
suspected he had sent the picture.
She could not accept so costly a gift.
He must take it back""."-
"I'm in a fix, you see, through your
impersonating me. What are you
going to do about it?" queried Ray
mond. "Oh, I'll go down and see this
sweet little lady and fix it up with
her," replied Rolfe.
He did, and he confessed all. A
new companionship only seemed to
tighten the cords of mutual attrac
tion, and when Rolfe left Eunice she
had not only consented to accept the
picture, but Rolfe himself.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
ADMIRAL'S WIFE PROMINENT
HOSTESS IN U. S. CAPITAL
5' ' . N
Wife of Admiral Nicholson, U. S.
N., retired, who is one of the most
prominent hostesses in naval circles
It is very appropriate that the Reek
Brothers should operate an especially
odorous glue factoy near Manches
ter, New Hampshire.
REFUSES TO PRESS IN FASHION
OF WORin THAT WARS
This is the costume, called a
smock, now worn by Bouck White,
famous radical author and preacher,
as a protest against war. He says
he refuses to dress in the accepted
fashion of a world that permits thou
sands of men to be slaughtered daily
in the name of war.
o o r
"In choosing his men, Gideon did
not select those who laid aside their
arms and threw themselves down to
drink; he took those who watched
with one eye and drank with the
other." From Sunday School Paper.