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There was a slight rustle and two
ladies entered the place. John opened
his eyes as upon either cheek a warm
kiss was planted and he staggered to
his feet to confront Miss Walton and
her sister. . .
"You true, brave friend !" spoke his
patient's sister. "Idalia would come,
weak as she is. And what does all this
mean?" and the speaker swept the
empty store with a questioning
"It means that he neglected every
thing to care for me," spoke Idalia,
and her voice was full of emotion.
"How soon we will mend all that!"
came the vivacious pronunciamento.
"Forget it all, dear friend," directed
the charming woman, "all except
that we owe to you the crowning joy
And Idalia read in the man's true,
tender eyes love, and her own
glanced back at him gratitude and
hope, sweet harbingers of the golden
future that was to bless them in uni-
GEORGETTE CREPE, FILET LACE
IN SPORTS BLOUSE
By Betty Brown
The season's most exquisite vari
ation of the lingerie dress is a sports
blouse of Georgette crepe and filet
The new garment is cut on the
lines of a silk sweater-coat, but it is
adapted by the filminess of the ma
terial, for wearing on the hottest
A feature of this most desirable
garment is the delicate hemstitching
"that outlines all the edges.
Blouses in Fifth av. shops are be
wilderingly dainty and fairly revel in
But fashion always has a favorite,
and her favorite in this respect is for
It fairly abounds on the smartest
blouses, and is seen on those of fine
linen and of Georgette crepe alike.
Even the severely tailored suits of
the season are relieved by collars of
this lace, either in straight, narrow,
shapes or in sailor effects, in which
case eyelet and embroidered linen
and crepe is often introduced in com
bination with the filet.
RECIPE, FOR MAPLE CREAMS
Boil together 2 cups of maple
sugar, 1 cup of cream or 1 cup of
milk and 1 teaspoon of butter. Stir
constantly until the syrup will string
from the tip of a spoon. Add, 2 cups
of chopped nuts black walnuts pre
ferred and remove the kettle from
the fire. Stir until almost too stiff
to pour, then spread on a well-but-A
tered platter. The candy is- not"
spoiled if the milk curdles when it is
mixed with the sugar. Part of the
candy can be shaped into balls and
dipped in melted chocolate.
A poet may live on posthumous
fame, but not on posthumous bread
and cheese. Sriuthey.