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'. Mercifully tor SyMa Swayne
and Monty Delaine, Mrs. Pember
toa 8an bad not seen aer
'daughter's sudden capitulation to
She was Uisy'ehecklag np.ai
Monty said ebe would be. When
Stefano saw her wben be eama ln
.doors again she was talking to
Nathalie and Nathalie wai answer
Ins In brief sentences. What was
,'yfsible of Nathalie's face below
lier mask was expressionless.
- A harlequin came up to Nath
alie and she danced away with
.htm. Mrs. Swayne, seeing Stefano.
! smiled In his direction and he
Srent over to her.
"You are a genius, Captain Ste
(fano," she said. "Tour party is
In a sense she meant this. As
- the party was entirely of her cre
mating it was of course adorable.
i'As to his genius, she was prepare!
to concede that in him, because,
'coming to the house In the con
viction that the masked hostess,
who received with him In it, might
be some high born South Ameri
can whom he would acknowledge
as his affianced some eight after
she bad laid aside her mask, she
bad become convinced after talk
ing to Nathalie that Nathalie was
not a person of sort and condition.
- She was not in on the secret of
Stefano's reduced financial state.
So since she was not in the se
cret either of her own daughter's
secret engagement to land poor
Monty Delaine, she was more than
read to be gracious to Stefano
and reinstate him in her mind as
a potential son-in-law vastly worth
She asked him if he was not go
ing to dance with her.
"Pining to," he declared as he
put his arm about Her. For a
"woman on the brink of fifty she
danced exceptionally well. He act
xiowledged this to himself as she
ewayed in his arms to the band's
"yknow," he said, coming to
a point that was in his mind di
rect. He "wanted to know where
iier niece was. "Y'know you've
went and gone an' done It, what?
fetchin' me out here like this.
What I mean I know you, dear
lady. Mrs. Femberton Swayne, of
"I might have known you'd
know. You always were diabolic
ally eleven Simply a genius. But
Dj AilCB LYNTt BAflY
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yearTsUx wi ns almost wtthoui -pause . The
ess a Bprtas. s1-M
ewae.nl swing wp and highly sh
able la - aTssaasar erhj heavy pro
Bat la eold sreatha-. -r
rally eats much meat and starchy
rooaa, perhaps ex wtarty ft too
fart tto ttet.
, a tar mm
ana each year we Bad that
YecetaUes appear as the market
earlier and remain too rer. Of
Canned splfiacb aad censed sauer
.kraut and canned brasse sprouti
are a ledger a acetcy. five art.
eftckeeare aew aoM eaaaed at
eons bio price- One seta
excellent ejuaaty, aa
exeat available tbea the
nes should certainly act as aa agree-
ror cooked cress- a considerable
variety of dishes eaa oe prepared
Cram fresh cabbages, eelery, pep.
pen. tomatoer hale, oolona which
ha foxhaaed te tee dead
snoot dependable aad least expensive
a the greens. JLsss, ta fact la
evea msved by a touch) t troot.
latoot thirty to fifty lawtset. -mm tt
is rather a coarse, texture, plana.
Only the leaves are used the midrib
eC each Mat Is rameeed. abm the ree
at each end. After plan sin the
cleaned kale I batta water fee five
minutes, draia and place ta belling
water, eookiag slowly aattl tender.
After that tt may be sea-oaed tn any
way preferred. Bow Uke tt plain,
with mot butter, salt aad pepper
dressing - Or a res-tag ot chopped
Med eoJoas r chives stay be deed.
Or a snore pnageat saucr eaade mt
areea uepueis aad emm
. aa exeeBeet eccem.
paniBient ta aar t the snhstsstJ
seat dishes at Winter. Qke pork,
ham. corned beef or mutton.
la the eabbace trewp
enouan to rina the chanaee
greens Cor saany daya For one
tfalnx. then- are ma many uiettes.
plain white, le beet Jf not too '
nro ar ftrea vea-3s St 4k sXrabit
s far the avatag Casafly. Bat
6a y kease, with tte ertnldy
grreea leavea It aeeds only Cfteea ,
ta twenty minutes of coone. then
a dresslaa of batter mmem and sea- '
n as seiieioea m narer
cased aeisry cabbace -or pe-t
what the atne ot romaine. al
though It 1s larrer. the head -nore
aaa vm vetaer aaa 1
ttw e of these varetaMee
nes aa vesetable atanda
for rear, but neglects pteanse of
mrr-nmsrtty. Bat tt is a deUghtfol
warlaat aa ernery eabbace. aad the
iride leaves are ao deUeate that they
caa be chopped aad eaten raw. last
Red cabbage is traditions fly bound
vp with a eweet and sear aeace and
la aaaally eeoked with some aaced
oatoa, seena melted awet aad a sour
apple, Whea tender a tablespooa af
brewa susar aad three -ableepoona
of rmegar are added, tns do ea,
and a-lspica, and eeoked for a tew
mloutee iuat long aoeugh to di
tributa Vtm fla-orlnxa.
Amd She Had Deceived Sirs. Swayne Completely,
you precious man, bow did yon
"Nothin simpler," he answered,
and smiled down at her. "Just
that yon can dance. Precious few
can, you know."
"What X mean Is bodily co-ordination
flawless. Eye, hand and
limb all together like one. 'Mem
ber one night I bored you a bit
bringing the topic up at dinner.
Charming niece of yours was there
at the time and I insisted she had
it. Said it ran in your blood, as
of course It does. Out at South
ampton we all were . . . . "
"Oh. yes. Nathalie. Poor child."
Mrs. Swayne stopped her dancing
in the middle of a bar. "I must
talk to you about her. Take me
somewhere where we can."
"But first," she said as they sat
down, "I must compliment you on
your extraordinary intelligence.
You're an extraordinary man, you
are unquestionably." She indicated
Nathalie, who passed at the mo
ment in the arms ot her harle
quin. "For that reason, if for no
"You mean y'know I don't
GUARD INFANT FROM
USUAL MOUTH ILLS
.Only Clean Things Should Enter Baby's Month,
Warns Dr. Copeland, Pointing Out UieT)itger"r
of Infecting the Delicate Tissues.
"Oh, yes, you do. She's marvel
ous. What I'm trying to say and
you Insist on making It difficult
for me, because your blood is
Spanish and you're chivalrous "
Mrs. Swayne -spoke in French:
"What you're trying to prevent
my saying Is that it would have
been unkind of yon to have
brought a girl ot any social stamp
in here to help you pique society.
And It would hare been unkind.
If, for Instance, yon had induced
some one who was actually alady
to put her dire need of money
above her pride of station and help
you with this delightful Latin jest ;
of yours. But instead of that you
were kind. Where did yon get her
really through some agency?"
"No, Indeed." and Stefano as
sumed a mysterious look. "She
just dropped from the stars. Was
it not extraordinary!" Ha did not
resent anything she had said or
intimated. He believed, now that
he knew she had pot oyer" the
masked party, that she had done
it ont ot unmixed feminine curio
sity and was talking to trip him
iato aa Identification ot his host
ess by compelling htm to defend
He did not know that Nathalie,
who had recognised bee aunt by
ier voice, had been trembling with
the fright she felt
And she had deceived Mrs.
Swayne completely. Else Mrs.
Swayne, in whom pride of family
ran high could never hare spoken
her next few words, still In French
In- her voice still low In pitch.
"From the stars, of course
how kind and chivalrous. But
nevertheless one knows, you nice
person. For since one does not
speak Spanish, and meeting no
success in English, one spoke to
her tn French, and whan she re
plied in atrocious French one
Nathalie's atrocious French
she spoke French beautifully
had been sheer inspiration and her
Mrs. Swayne dropped the topic
of the masked hostess.
"And oh. yes, about my dear
niece. Poor child, since her fath
er's tragic death she has grown
strange and sensitive and flew at
me when she was at Southampton
and then went away without tell
ing me where. I have tried to
find her but have no trace of ber.
She is hiding somewhere with
some friends of coarse probably
some one she knew abroad. It was
really she who brought me here
tonight, for of course, you will tell
me where I can find her since you
are her tenant here and must be
In communication .with her."
Stefano shook his head and ex
plained that the lease he had bad
been made him by a receiver and
through a hank.
'Really?" said Mrs. Swayne
"How baffling she is. Like her fa
ther, who was also difficult to
deal with. Bat let us have cour
age. Do you remember at South
ampton you said to us that you
had once seen her dance at a mas
que at San Sebastian or was It
Biarrits? and would know her
anywhere again? But, of course,
you do. Just a while ago you spoke
of it again when you insisted that
she and I danced alike that it
raa la our blood. Some night she
may accompany friends here and
you wul recognise her at once."
Mrs. Swayne's eyes drifted after
a girl ta sage greea dancing by
with a faleoner in scarlet. And
Stefano chanced to look across the
He' saw Nathalie with her harle
quin and instantly, by her slen
der feet, and her supple grace of
body, and her turn ot neck, and
the poise of her lovely head, he
knew her for who she was.
(To be continued tomorrow.)
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Washed by the waves. TleaUag ta the water
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Whetting; sharpening; sUosuI atiag.
A bit or Jot.
Inspiring with fear and reverence. Controlling by
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At work: working.
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MEHAMA. November 16. The
American Legion gave a banquet
and dance Armistice day. The
banquet was served at the hotel
and the dance was given in Phil
lip pe's hall.
Giles Wagner has bought -the
Carruth place about a quarter of
a mile west of Mehama on the
William Mulkey has Installed a
The Santiam Camp Fire girls
held at meeting at Pat Lyons' and
made rag dolls to give the orphans
for Christmas. At the close of the
meeting cornwas popped.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taylor's
baby daughter. Betty Von, has
been 111, but Is better now.
Gail Beringer has plowed and
sown M. C. Phllllpe's place.
The Crabtree Legging camp
shut down tor a day on account ot
shortage of water.
The "Star of England," historic
salmon fishing boat, has been
purchased by the Swedish navy for.
a training ship.
POLLY AND HER PALS
Kitty's Tale of Woe"
By CLIFF 5TERRETTj
By ROYAL S. COPELAND. II. D.
united States Senator from flew York.
Fomer Commissioner af Heart, few Fork City.
iTWTANT times I hare said that the mouth of a baby is like a magnet
' J Y I I attracts everything within reach. It is evea more com
pelling because it draws other things besides those that an
All of us find it amusing to interest a young
baby at play. It reaches for" everything, thrusts
its fist into the month and tries even to get its
foot into that yawning cavity.
The wonder is that the delicate tissues ef the
tnouth are not wounded and infected far more
frequently thaajnsaaL As a matter of fact a
delicate baby is apt ta suffer from seme variety
ef sore month.
During a fever, tnflamation Is not eneon.
snon. Indigestion may have this aa one of its
' painful symptoms. Infection from some an
clean article thrust into the soouth, er from eesv
taminated food, may set op trouble here.
the tissues do become Inflamed, the mouth
will be hot aad extremely sensitive, la conaa
' jquence nursing is almost impossible. The parts
are go sore that the chU d cannot bear to hold
the nipple. On attempting te none, the baby
will drop the breast and begin to cry.
Whea the month Is sore the tissues become very red. The lining
f the cheeks, the covering of the gams aad the throat will be almost
scarlet in color. , A . .
AX m the mouth extreme, Jf t?- n
try- Pretty ooa the ean-a Set '
?jvi0 J1 --Careful shampooing and rina
Theea symptoms are rerarded by
eaa ey ae sicae ef "teeth. Am a mat
tar of (Set. they ere not from this
Saaae at aB. Put are prod need as. I
save sggeste4 t
There te a wen defined d ease at
the sumth knewa ae -thraeh." -It
te met la weak, feeble children, par
deu rty Chose that are bottle ted.
This ailment, toe, may he fcuced
to lack of clean Uaesh. Galea the
settles aad nippU s are kept abee
hitrty Seaa this form eg taXecttoa ts
Uely to occur. ... ...
ICThat has bet aaid is emMich, I
ua sure, te indicate, the numeuny for
tleanUness. Only dean things should
tnaer the baby's 'snout. That cav
ity should he desased frequently.
rrerenttoa sj nu- Meter tna-
m? and the use pt a good hair tonta
about twice weekJbr should brlns
McR, s tt harmful for a
ber mt 1$ fears to smoke cigarettes!
IwBow caa 1 gala weight?
AXe AAer yea have reached
too ae ac cvontyone there le tiase
enough toe you to smoke. . -Iw
Proper dieting and deep breatV
tas ts the score- ton should eat
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By RUSS WESTOyER
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LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
The Map She Can't Forget
By BEN BATSFORD
Qt How eaa I reduce
Av 'Weight reductl oa is merely a
matter ot sclf-eentrot as retards the
diet. Per fun particulars send era,
addressed stamped envelope and rat
peat your ejuerttott.
MRS. s U A. Q-What eaa be
one to cure plmplesT
A. Correct the diet by cutting
Sown oa sugar starches and eoftee.
Eat efanpte feed. Constipation ebeuM
R. K. Q. What eaa be done te
A-Tour diet should be corrected.
Avoid foods unduly rich tn starches
MRS. Adr. Q-What earns
my aaklee to swellT
A. This eondl Hon may be due to
kidney, heart er eireuiatory dtaro
ance. It vould be wise to consult
a physiciaa for aa eramlnatioa.
aNXlOOB WTJ-. Cv-Wt
would you advise for a mole oa the
abdoment It baa been infected but
yielded to treatment. It sometimes
baa a drawing. puHlna sort of te-
a skin specialist for his
advice. It would be difflcutt to make
ay dennite eugaeetioa without e
las the bletaiah. The exassiaattsa
wia determine the aeceaeary treat-
aavhieg foods aad bars plenty af
eesep and rest. 'Ftor full particulars
; e e e:
body perspiration T -
persDiration is due
etlms Uoa. lafter bathlaa
a soluUoa of alum, a drachms to
a plat oT water. This should help
the eoaditloa. Bewever. it would.be
wins to have eauaent for tout
e e e .
L T. t --What Wm ! r urn
ptmp1st ' s
A restricted diet, aroidlne toa
wy rteh, sweet foods and resosar
eltmina ttoo should brlnr - about re
a s e '
AURINT5 W. O. f -mid irv
to-aaow tmm cause and ems trw .
ta tn .swetttas that come overnlrht
oa my hands, feec neck and eye lids.
a : tt .iv ..
troubled srtth urticaria, althourh
Itchiness asuaOy accompanies, this
cendWoa. Oftentimes certain foods
ww m- wuuBia aae teen again a
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a eisiiai . i
matter ef 4e-ontroi ta regard ta
dieting. Bat very sparlnatr eg
ftarchea, susmrs aad fata For par
oeulsra ; send --a- aelf -addressed.
stamped . eavelope and repeat your
r. K. C Q. What ea be done
for a crawnna sensation oa the neck
and shoulders? My nerves are bad
and my scalp itches at Uxnea,
Very ttkery due te a nerve die
up eve as
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Hot Oa The Trail"
By mmy murphy
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ONLY 1 DOreT VMOvV
WHAT TO US.H FOR MONEY".
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1VE rOT TO "WATCH MV
A LOfcKr TIME.
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