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to his feet at the recital of the res
cue of the hated box of seeds he had
cast to the winds.
"That grafting scoundrel's bribe to
me!" he stormed. "And I luxuriated
on the proceeds ! Why-Hdn't I choke
on the stuff?"
And then he laughed uproariously,
and caught his prospective daughter-in-law
in his loving arms.
"No, no!" he declared heartsomely
"party enemy or not, he has sent to
our lonely home its brightest bless
ing!" o o
AUTOISTS! HOW HIGH IS THIS
We may determine the hill's height
by dividing 300 minutes, the time re
quired for return trip,-by 41. The hill
must have been 7 13-41 miles.
PLEATS GIVE STYLE TO THIS
By Sam Lloyd, the "Puzzle King."
If your car will take you up a
steep hill at the rate of lty miles an
hour and bring you down again at
the rate of 60 miles per hour, making
the return trip in just five hours
how high is that hill?
' HILL PUZZLE SOLVED
Answer. Your car went one mile
up the hill in 40 minutes and came
down one mile in one minute. There
fore, it averaged a mile, up and
down, m 41 minutes.
By Betty Brown
The long, finely pleated peplum and
the pleated cuffs give a "Sunday-go-meeting"
air to this otherwise simple
tailored suit sent forth from the
Fashion Art League of America to set
the style in late spring street cos
tume. Covert cloth is used to develop it;
touches of Oriental embroidery em
bellish the belt and the collar, and
dark brown bone buttons add to its
ornamentation. Notice the absence
of the high collar which seems to
have been wafted away on winter
winds and that the skirt J5 SHQgT, J