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"Father, what has become of Mr.
Powers?" one day lone inquired, and
there was a conscious blush on her
pretty face, with which the judge did
not fail to notice.-- .
Ned Powers answered the inquiry
in person two days later. Bronzed,
tattered, weather-worn, he came into
the town. His first call was at the
Brunelle home. Its object was to
place in the hands of its lovely young
mistress the cherished coral neck
lace. lone went extravagantly wild over
it Her eyes sparkled with gratitude
and admiration for the one man who
had risked his life to restore to her a
"I recovered it from a sister of
Black Donald," explained New. "The
rest of the plunder her brother took
away with him.
A month later the engagement of
lone and Ned was announced. One
afternoon the happy pair were seated
in a hammock, conversing.
"You are sure you never cared for
anyone but me?" inquired lone.
"Never!" was the stanch, truthful
"N0r nor ever flirted with any
other girl!" persisted lone.
Her fair brow shadowed.
"Yes," admitted New, with a quiz
zical smile "it was by paying strong
court to the sister of Black Donald
that I got hold of the coral necklace.
"Oh, that doesn't count!" cried
lone effusively "that was simply
the strategy of war!" arid she re
warded him with a kiss of perfect
confidence and love.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
WAKE UP, ARIADNE, AND DO A SLAVE DANCE!
Miss Mary Wolston is to dance the "slave dance" at the costume ball
of Mrs. Walter Pulitzer and the patronesses of the Invitation Soiree at the.
Plaza in New York, Friday night. Brooklyn society will see her dance. In
this pose Miss Mary is shown in her "Ariadne" dance.. Ariadne is just
Only eighty-three arrests for j Francisco exposition, although near
drunkenness were made at the San I ly 19,000,000-people visited it,.