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recognized the man who had saved
her Roscoe Blinn!
Althea was mute. The reaction of
the excitement again overpowered
"Don't be alarmed," spoke the
dear, near voice. "All the danger is
over. How lucky that I chanced by
in time to see your peril!"
"You saved me! It was you J" fal
tered Althea, helpless in the strong
arms of the hero, whom the crowd
began to cheer, ' .
Then she found herself in ah auto
mobile, summoned by this thought
ful chevalier, and he solicitously
seeking to calm her frantic excite
ment "I just got 'out,' I suppose I must
call it," he volunteered. "I very in
judiciously entered a contagion-affected
house in the slums in taking
help to some poor sufferers, and the
doctor quarantined me until my
danger was past You need not shrink
from me!" he laughed jokingly
"the contagion period is positively
"Shrink from you!" fluttered happy
Althea, and he read that in her eyes
that overcome all his prudence.
He clasped her in his arms.
And held her there. '
Albert Zabala of Soledad was here
Thursday and accompanied Martin
Iermini to San Felipe to purchase a
male cow. San Juan, CaL, Mission
BRIDAL VEIL OF NUN-LIKE SIMPLICITY
BY BETTY BROWN
Some brides will be coroneted in
tulle on their wedding day, some
will war Greek bandeaux to hold the
shimmering lace or tulle in place, but
most of the summer brides will fol
low fashion's dictate and wear their
veils gathered cap-fashion around
their heads. In the cap-veil which
promises to be popular the tulle, ia
laid crosswise over the head in. soft
pleats and gathered into a cap of
nun-like demureness. It is encircled
with a wreath of orange blossoms.