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tracted him as a magnet. Blood
found its own!
"Red" leaped from his seat and
confronted the pair. He saw the
amazed recognition flame into "Fa
ther's" face." "Red" raised one wrist,
the muscles hard as steeL "Father"
winced. He dodged the blow.
But the blow did not fall. "Father"
was an old man and "Red" was too
happy to find the boy, to see him
standing before him, alarm on iris
face, wonder, stupefaction in his
"Red" linked his arm through the
lad's and led him from the restaurant
unresisting. At the door, however,
the boy stopped and freed himself.
"You are you are " he stam
mered. "Your father," said "Red" softly.
"And God sent me to you at just the
instant, Jimmy. You're coming
home with me now, and and I guess
we'll run straight together."
THIS COLLAR IS MIGHTY SMART!
By Betty Browi.
What's a tailored suit without a
tailored collar! Indeed, some of the'
new collars are so pretty they really
make the suit Here's an odd one in
brick-red Georgette crepe with tiny
piping of self-colored satin and
stitchings of brick red to give it a
truly tailored effect.
A clean mouth is essential to good
HAS 13 NAMES WHAT WOULD
KIDS CALL HIM IN A BALL GAME
He looks like an American boy, a
lad who could play a pretty hot game
of baseball, but listen to his name
Infant Alphonse Pie Christian Edou
ard Francois Guillaume Charles
Henri Eugene Fernand Antonie Ve
nancio. He is the future king of
Spain and on May 10 will celebrate
his ninth birthday in the royal pal
ace at Madrid.
As my news notes were left out
last week I will be compelled to re
write some of them, as we have no
news to waste. Holla Bend Cor. of
the Russelville, Ark, Courier-Democrat.
An underwater searchlight has
been invented which, used in con
junction with a special water glass,
enables objects 2,000 feet. distant to