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OF STUBBORN MILLICENT
By HARMONY WELLER.
Mllllcent stepped llshtly from her
llmouslno nntl Into tlio foyor of the
theater. SI10 was consclouB of pro
BentlnR an unusual plcturo In her big
drooping hat and frock of palest
raauve; thcro was Just a HUggcstlon
of melancholy about Mlllicent that on
ly exaggerated her charm. To tho
man standing near tho ticket ofllco
sho seemed tho embodiment of nil that
Mlllicent looked up and caught his
eyes 'fixed admiringly upon her and
tho color flamed Into her checks. Her
fingers trembled slightly as sho, fum
bled for her ticket.
A frown sped swiftly across her
faco. Tho tlckot that sho had taken
a month or so ago waa not In hor
"Wo have been booked back for the
last six weeks," tho man told her.
"I did so want to see tho play," sho
informed tho man behind tho window.
As sho turned to leave tho foyer hor
appealing eyes swept across space to
the good-looking man whose gaze had
brought the color Into her checks.
"If you care to take this seat I will
be only too happy," he said In a per
fectly Impersonal tone.
Mlllicent hesitated a second only
then In a hurried voice thanked him.
"And you are not robbing yourself I"
"The seat will go begging if you do
not use it," the man said and gave her
Mlllicent reached down into the
depths of her opera bag and brought
forth a two-dollar bill.
"la that richt?" she asked and did
not raise her eyes.
A dull red mounted even to tho
man's temples. lie drew back swiftly
then as suddenly took the money.
"Thank you, yes." He raised his hat J
and Mlllicent went into the well-filled
A moment before ho curtain arose
ehe knew that he had como in and
that ho was sitting beside her. Mllli
cent felt peculiarly aggrieved that ho
had not so much as looked at her.
Sho found herself losing interest in
the actors and watching every move
ment of tho long, shapely hands of tho
man. Occasionally sho stole a sur
reptitious glance at his profile.
Tho success of the play had come,
not through any hectic Iovo affairs
vltli another man's wife or any great
financial crisis. It was merely a pret
ty, domestic drama told by well bal
anced, healthy-minded people. There
were no scheming politicians and no
wan oyed heroines.
The hero was big and broad-minded
and the girl he loved was sweet and
she was not Jealous nor catty when
her handsome lover danced with tho
Mlllicent felt suddenly very small
and Insignificant and unloved.
"It is only play girls who are so sim
ple minded," she argued with herself.
She glanced' at the 'man beside her.
His eyes were following the gift on
the stage and Mlllicent fancied there
was more than the theater-goer's ad-
.Mlnn 4m hid tnfa QtlA flit hdf Una
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to still tneir iremoiing ana turnea
again toward the stage.
"Girls are not like that In real life,"
she told herself vehemently.
The curtain went down on the sec
ond act. - The man beside Mlllicent
again went out and in her vivid imag
ination she pictured him as buying
great clusters of American beauties
and sending them to the stage heroine.
She wished now that she had not
seen the play nor the man. Way dow
in the depths of her nature something
had stirred. Was it the play or was it
the man beside her whose personality
seemed to have overpowered hefT
Whatever it was Mlllicent waited
with rapidly beating heart for his re
turn. The light went down and she began
to think he was not coming.
"How perfectly ridiculous and silly
of me to feel this way." She laughed
scornfully at herself and ended with
Against-her will she turned toward
the back of the theater. Yes he was
standing there. A moment later ha
came down and took his seat beside
The last act was drawing to a close
when resolution suddenly became ap
parent In Mlllicent. The color crept
slowly up to tho shadows beneath her
eyes and her lips smiled.
With a very gentle almost unfelt
movement sho leaned nearer the big
man and slipped her hand through his
arm. A sudden hungry little jerk was
all tho reward her efforts brought
forth. He did not turn his hoad but
Mlllicent watched his Jaw set. A mo
ment later her Angers closed over the
ring that dangled from his watch
Still the man remained as if carved
Mlllicent struggled softly with the
clasp that held tight to the chain and
finally the ring was in her own hands.
The big diamond flashed In the semi
darkness of tho theater and Mlllicent
drew a long breath of contentment.
She looked lovingly at the ring for a
moment then up into the big man's
faoe. Her voice was only a whisper.
"Billy dear I want my ring back
It you still love me." 'In that little
eager whisper was all the love that a
hungry man longed for and his hand
closed swiftly over her own. It was
as it he had folded her within his
"I have never ceased to love you,
sweetheart of mine," ho told her and
slipped the ring back on her finger.
"See how completely I surrendered,"
she said happily. "I had my ticket all
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Hartford, -:- Kentucky.
IS MADE A DUMPING GROUND
Salvation Army the Not Altogether
Willing Recipient of All Kinds
of Spoiled Food.
If the pure food commissioners
ever set after the Salvation Army's
commissary department they will no
doubt make nn interesting raid.
"The stuff they would confiscate is
pot the output of our kitchens," said
nn army collector. "It Is donated by
people who have mado a mess of
what they tried to cook. This morn
ing a woman telephoned that a ten
pound fruit cake and a Jar of currant
jelly had not turned out satisfactorily,
and I could have them for the trouble
of calling for them. I went The
cake is pretty hpavy and the jelly is
not jelled, but I think the ingredients
are pure, so we are going to dis
tribute the stuff among our poor
families. Unfortunately all donations
are not so Innocent. Dread and cake
solid enough to sink a gunboat Rnd
chunks of meat so poorly cooked that
not even a French chef could turn
them into a savory stew are sent In
by incompetent cooks. Where people
ever got t$e notion that the Salvation
Army is a dumping ground for unde
sirable eatables Is a mystery. We
certainly never asked for them."
New York Press.
Marvelous Surgical Feat.
An ex soldier, named niomquist, has
just been pronounced cured, in Stock
holm, Sweden, after one of the most
remarkable operations on record. A
year ago niomquist was accidentally
shot In the bead during the maneuv
ers, and it was found that one half of
the bratn bad been injured, and that
the only chance of life for the patient
lay in its removal. After much de
liberation by the doctors the perilou"
A Prominent New York
Politician Near Death
Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Rensselaer,
N. Y., Six Tlmea a Member of the
Aasembly, Telia of Narrow Escape.
ycara ago I was
tuken with rheu
aftected my heart
was called val
v u I a r trouble.
told me I would
never do another
Whllo I had many
mended to me I
got a bottle of
Dr. Miles' Heart
ltemedy and It
helped me Inside
of 4S hours. At
the end of the week I called on ray
doctor and asked him to examine me.
He said I was better than he ever
expected to see me and asked If I wns
taking his medicine. When I told him
I wus not, but nns taking Dr. Miles'
'Heart Ilemcdy, he said, 'Thank tho
Lord for Dr. allies' Heart Hemedy.' I
continued to take It, and while 1
realized my heart was damaged so 1
could not expect a permanent cure, for
fifteen years I worked every day, not
withstanding I had been told I would
necr work again. In Jul), 1911, I was
taken with rheumatism again, and it
went to my heart as before. I sot so
bad that one ot the Albany papers
wrote up my life and suid I could not
live, but a few hours. I again took
Dr. Miles' Heart Ilomedy with ery
satisfactory results, and have not
inlaKi'd a day at buslneks or In tho
lcgUlatuie since January. I feel that
Dr. Jliles" Heart ilemcdy has saved
my life und cannot recommend It too
Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is told and
ouaranteed by all drugalsts.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
operation was performed, with the
marvelous result that within a few
weeks Blomnuist recovered. He was
in full possession of all his faculties,
but on being tested In tho matter of
reading and writing, he was found to
have entirely forgotten the meaning
of the alphabet and numerals. One of
the doctors undertook to re-teach him
all tho forgotton lore, and aftera not
very considerable time and much in
dustry, niomquist Is again able to
read and write. He has now left the
nursing home, where he has been
under the care of the doctors, and re
turned to work on bis farm. He Is
robust In health and shows no trace
physically or mentally of the ex
traordinary experience he has had.
Booth and Oxford.
"Through evil report and good re
port, and In spite of much physical
disability, be. slowly came into his
own. To one who is aware of his be
ginnings and lifelong Imitations it
seems almost grotesque that staid,
conservative Oxford so jealous of her
Innminv en haartv In hr nlihnrranpft
of "the Philistines" should have con
I fcrred on this roan her degree of Doc
tor or Civil Law; but Oxford did It.
and Booth deserved it. For into the
very heart of Oxford and of all of de
cent English Booth had driven his own
conviction tbat the most venerable of
human laws are but a dead letter un
less and until they are suffused and
applied by the Higher Law ot Love.
All over the world there are- thous
ands of well-to-do people who owe it
to General Booth, and his blatant, con
spicuous reminders, that they did not
quite forget "Who Is My Neighbor!'
Husband Called Her Fat.
Mrs. Tessle Marcusson filed a suit
for separation from Leo Marcusson on
the ground of cruelty. One ot her chief
allegations is that on many occasions
I be taunted her ou account of her size
and weight. She said last May he
came home one night, awakened her
and thrust in her face a newspaper ad
vertisement of a remedy to reduce
weight and advised her to use it. Mrs,
Marcusson also said that a letter was
sent to her from a Denver concern ad
vertising treatment for stout women.
It was an answer to a request for In
formation. She believes her busbaud
had the letter sent to humiliate and
Almost a Mlraclle.
One of tlio mrst starlUnjr s.haiv?oo.-3
seon in tuiy nun, tusoordlng 'to W. It.
Holsclaw, .Clarendon, Tex., wiu effcod
years jwo in Ills broth., "He ihid auoU
a Urt-aaful oousli." Iiu write, "ifiaX all
our family thousrht ho w eqlntr ttnro
consumption, bu,t Ue .besui t ". l)r
Kins' now lli:oviry1 and w,as twa-J
PlctPly i-ured by ten IwUles. Nrv he i
sound itn-1 wejj and wxCul11 -1 IVu,ndb
Kor nuiny ye.irj our funnily dns M"!
tjlls wutijlerful remqdy for pouslns an!
Colds with excellent watt'iy" Jf I1!"",
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SO cents and ,1.W. (Trial hcy-Wle freo 11.
all drUKirK'tj. I I Anlv
It Looks Like a Crime..
tq soikirate alioy frum a "jox pf ,OucK
ln's Arnica Salvo. lls ninwlns, lrU'.
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plre kill the umpire.
Second Ball Crank Dont say that;
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"Yep, and 1 guess It won't be loag
beforo he'll Gnd out what set she be
longs to "
StaXo lot Olilo, Cty of Toirflo,
, I 'jucas Ckunty. jm
Frank 'J. Olieney make" ooitli thru lie
Is aeiviur parjyier of jtio finm f)f j J.
Chuney & do., dnlm; business Jn t'1 '
City ot Toledo. County and r'a,te n,fore
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Sworn to butono me und vubscrjbed (n
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