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approached A woman broke,, from '
the thrpng and" clasped the child ih.
her arms In frantic delight
"Ah, my pretty!' Oh, my lost one,,
found, found!" she cried, and her
neighbors gathered about Wallace.
He was. trembling all over as he told
his story, for the mother of the child
was the Luella of his early years.
She did not recognize him until
he. was forced to her presence by the
joyful crowd. Then one glad, grate
ful clasp ofher hand, and Wallace
was once more under'the spell 6f her
rare beauty. . t
"Lost, found the child," he mused
as he went away with a warm invi
tation to come again. "Lost, found
He hoped it, and saw Luella next
day and many a day thereafter, and
he knew it one moonlight evening
when he asked her to bless his lone
, "Lovedale," he said. "Ah, pretty
as it is, it is a misnomer. To me it
has become a veritable loveland!"
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Jhapman.)
Answer: Send her toa manicurist
and have her voice cultivated.
Some of tfje finest iaqe is made by
Filipino women from fiber from pine
HAS CREATED A $ip,o60,00a FUND
Miss West has created a reserve
fund of $10,000,000. for the use of
women only. It is the result of 24
years' growth of her system of fra
ternal insurance for women. The
Woman's Benefit ass'n, of which she
is head, was founded in 1892. in Port
Huron, Mich. She has paid out $14,
000,000 in benefits. , ,
DID YOU KNOW?
If superstitious people had to
throw a piano over their shoulder
'every times they knocked one over,
as the custom goes with salt, they'd
isoon quit being superstiiibu&T