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sensible visitor was the artist -whom i
Ray had seen. Ray, himself ap
peared on the scene at that moment
The artist partially recovered. His.
tired, mournful eyes rested fas
cinated upon the eager, sympathetic
face of Phyllis.
"If this is Miss Eastburn," he
spoke with some difficulty, "I have
brought the pictureyou seemed to
"How can I thank you?" Phyllis
expressed herself warmly. "So much
trouble, and you are ill?"
"My auto is at the curb and I will
be glad to see you home, Mr. Win
ters," said Ray, and assisted the
artist to the street. "Now, then," he
added peremptorily, when they were
alone in the machine, "it is my home
you are going to. Come, old fellow,
I can read your trouble and I'm man
enough to risk offending your pride
by insisting upon helping you."
He had guessed right Dark days
had come for Paul Winters poverty,
the actual lack of sustaining food.
His pride broke down under the kind
ly influence of the genuine friendly
sympathy of Ray Landis. ?
It was Ray who put him on his feet
again. It was Phyllis who co-operated
in making his visits to the East
burn home periods of fall content
and happiness for the young artist
And one day Ray woke to the fact
that Phyllis, who had loved him
through the years only in a sisterly
way, had, like himself, found her
"Always good friends oh, never
otherwise!" said Phyllis one day
when they were revealed, soul to soul.
"And you have further blessed my
life by bringing into it the being who
has rounded its completeness."
The ingredients are 1 tablespoon
vinegar, 4 tablespoons olive oil, VL
teaspoon salt and ys teaspoon pep
per. Put the salt and pepper in the sal
ad bowl, or in a small bowl if the
sauce is to be served separately. Add
a little oil and stir well, then gradual
ly add the remainder of the oil, stir
ring all the while. Last of all stir in
the vinegar, which should be diluted
with water if very strong.
This sauce may be modified to suit
different vegetables. As it is given
it is right for lettuce, chicory, cooked
asparagus, cauliflower, artichoke,
Cream may be substituted for the
oil, but the salad is not so rich.
WIFE OF SENATOR WILL HELP
Mrs. Lewis, wife of United States
Senator Lewis from Illinois, is can
didate for president-general of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion. She says the women of the
country are ready to help in every
war activity where they can be used.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 16, 1832 Gov. Reynolds is
sued a call for militia to serve against
Black Hawk and his band.