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nestlbd B"'iiii)t h'a ' !.
He Imd 1 .iJ ! r cl- first
time-he had eor t .I.ni I r !a hla
arms, tor, yours as she v ), ee
waa -another mail's w'sa.
"I shall not ape him i ' i," V iih-
leen bad said, after a i. .... i. "I ll
leave a note on his cui k." ; a did
not like to think of C! wey
Grimes. Yet, they were t: i j the
only , way out, he and Kuiliiuea.
He held the gun asalu&it his heart
again. Three minutes now. ;
We must both be sure or the
time,"' she bad cautioned again,
i'and rery careful." He had Known
In the stillness 'that-followed that
she was trying to. banlnh tlte fear
of a possible (Up In th. r plans.
Tor I could tiever bear being with
out you, darling, no matter where.
He forced his mind to register
the time. One more minute. In
Toluntarlly he turned the gun and
looked into the muzzle. - The cold
ugliness of Its startled .him. Kath
leen, at this moment, too, must be
frightened. But In a few seconds
now a bullet vainly he tried to
force back this thought a . bullet
would go tearing through her soft
flesh and his own.- , "
The minute band agnln., It plain
ly marked eleven-three!
Frantically he reached the wau
telephone and turned the crank.
Then, at last, the Grimes' butler.
excitedly: . "
"Mrs. Grimes? She's gone I, Came
back from the club, must have
gone out again by the - side door
. husband frantic, just found a
note on his desk . suicide, yes,
at exactly eleven, the note said,
but didn't say where . . . gun gone,
too ;". The scattered words, each
a definite flame, . burnt Into bis
- Too late I She had gone alone! :
'" On the boat bonnd for the Orient
Kenneth Bowell knew little peace.
The- waves , swishing against - the
Ides of the vessel shrieked Kath
leen's last words to him, "I couldn't
bear being without you. darling, no
matter where." The throb of the
engine ' groaned them, the wind
hissed them. He had failed her.
had let her go alone into that vast
It was the same everywhere he
went s Running from i his . con
science, he traveled for five mis
erable years, from country to coun
try, but never back to America.
Finally, in Honduras, his money
gone, he worked on a coffee plan-
tatloq, a common laborer.. Always
that .insistent cry; never away
from It , ,
Thirty years passed. t
- He returned, a . stowaway, to
America. Stooped, a ragged man,
old beyond his years, he moved like
a forlorn spirit ' across '. the soft
sward-In front of the country club
-4he old building, enlarged. He
stood beside a shrub under the
same little balcony, the same moon,
the same soft breeze. The orches
tra was playing a sweet, gliding
waltz. They had danced , to that
same tune thirty years ago, he and
Kathleen. . - "
He took a step into deeper shad'
ow as a woman, followed by a boy.
came out ,He saw her distinctly as
she ' stepped through the lighted
french doors, the large puffs of her
silken . sleeves, . her ; blond curls.
Holding tight to. bis senses, be told
himself that, this was no ghostly
apparition. ' He reminded- himself
that American " papers r had ' said
much of late about woman's return
to the fashions of the 80s. -'.
She was heavlerr - with ; curves
.more ample, older, of course.- Then
he saw that she was smoking a
"But Kay," the boy was saying,
"111 di if yon don't leave old
Grlmesy ' and marry met I'll I'll
kill myself T
"Don't try It, sweetums," she an
swered In a heavy contralto voice,
but. with something of. the oU
sweetness, "I tried it once. : Thonptit
X couldn't live without a certuin
man. . Left the usual note on
Grlmesy's desk, bad the gun rea'?
and everything. But, well I cat" '
a last minute boat to CulaSa I
: "But Grlmesy, how did he know?"
the boy asked breatliles.;ly.
"Oh, I sent a messenger v '"i si
other note from the boat." :
lighted one cttriireUe wish t",ie ft
of another. Then, In'isiUng a 1. ;
draft, she S"'1 li ri.;!i'il!y:
'No, I r. i jo!) two much. J
re.Jly couK' I't be t bvIiig will
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The houp-''"! Who takes pride in
her kitchen' usually takes great luU
est In a goodly supply of chic aproi
and where could you find two live
lier models than those shown tod. y.
Both are included In the one pattern
and both have slenderizing . front
panels and that fashionable half-belt
ed waistline.. The upper-design gives
fine opportunty- for using rick-radc
braid to set off the lines of Its smnrt
T neck 'and spacious pockets. Tlte
lower sketch .boasts a youthfully
rounded neckline and jaunty capel.ke
shoulders, and would be as pretty as
can be made up in a dainty dotted
wlss, edged "with embroidery.
: Pattern 2000 Is available In sizes
small, medium and large. Medium
size, each apron takes one and a hiuf
yards 30-inch fabric. Illustrated slcp-by-step
sewing instructions Included.
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coins or stamps (coins preferred) fur
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Pattern department, 243 West 'tv i
teenth street, New Xork City.
' "It's -going to be a real battle ot
wits, I tell you," said the sophomore
member of the debating team. .
- "How brave of you," said his room
mate, "to go- unarmed." Brooklyn .
Dally Eagle. ". ,
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Assistant-r-Do -1 understand that
you have traded yonr herd of rein
deer for a flying -machine? - i
Santa Claus Sure, and a -; good
trade, too.; Next ; trip I'll have a
cinch dodging the custom bouse in
spectors, i - '
A Gdod Reason .. ...
Robson What prompted you -ask
Miss Frl well to be your wife?
Hobsoq I think Miss Frivvell
prompted me more than anything
else. , , , ' - . ,
Point of Importance
; The Nurse-What do you think of
the new twin babies?
Little Ethel Are they real (roods
or just samples to select f-'un ?