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' healing arts prescribed by. the state research commission. Ayes IS, Bays department oiretistraUoiw 8, absent! SOLO IC. Utahnf deairinjr the abolishment of I S R o rJitk.l-J.- J uw Hkutuva cumnusaioS' ana and iadus try hanks 1 do those wishing- its retention appeared trust business. Savings Ayes 17, absent S. before the judiciary committee of the S. B. '80. committee a public af- tower house of the legislature to j?rfcliaireotioHf-- f .ruijare.r cuntenwonaaeaswnSigTHHl ftypresidenptkeraad-gO- T , was a iubleartrrgbvlha eomiiui Tni. vrrai MEASURlSS CONTINUE TO tee on uouse Hill No. 38, by Represen S. Br 39. committee on eommerco RIVER J HOUSES. BOTH tative BoUeabeek Of Duchesne county. and industry Savings banks as trust . FLOOD PACT BUUJSJBruiMun. The bill proposes repeal of the act companies. Ayes 20., creating the commission and all laws S. B. 80, Warn ick Delinquent tax pertaining to the oganjxaibon uppgnenie ox we commission oased After visiting the Agricultural Coltheir the and .arguments principally upon the awing INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE Monday, to at lage U. B. 42, Cannon Excluding domes laa nd outs of how successful farm- assumption that the board is an uner, are made, the Utah assembly op- necessary state department; that the tic building and loan associations from ened the third week of its session Tues- cost of its maintenance is in excess of corporation tax. Revenue and taxa measures as well the benefits its confers; that its de- tion committee. day. New bills and cisions ar unsatisfactory and discrim- ' H. B. 43, Cannoa Excluding domes-M amendments and repeals of present laws are pouring into the legislative inatory, and that its functions could tic building and loan associations from to eommittee bo- - performed . satisfactorily by the provisions relating to fraud in the copperi-Maay continue courts and by jury verdicts; more sale of securities. Revenue and taxa fortunate others aid TWo measures that it is believed will tion committee. .;'. their journey through- the 'legislative --have the approval of about every ctt-teH. B. 44, N. Christensen Relat- mills .to become laws of the Jtate were nassed bv the ing to the sale of property nThe Colorado RirerpacV wide i're and taxation marshal, weal f pub houseJtrWelnesdaFafterhoonThey -f- cmrte-fir quenL. taxes. Revenue " lic utilities act held the potlight dur- - werethebais ofRepresentative Cal-list- committee. which provide for more severe B. 45, Shelley Relating to the H. week. the ing I presehtatiTe lversoa proposes to, punishment for bandiU who inake as use of sch - sault committee. ' g iwtwnw of teeth to the tobankH. B. 46. Bailey Relating to vot the roDDeryr rneiHs provide that long introduced m ing laws fhe measure has been pre- terms of imprisonment shall follow ing, and the form, marking and count-- . house. 1 conviction. J tag el ballots. Elections-committe- e. pared with great care, and the intent Another measure of Representative H. B. 47, Iverson Establishing ofIs to prbteetjtti?3ep6sitor ;in.ever books and records Callister provides for a term of not fice of state fire marshal, defining powAll wty jKible. m to be kept in accord with the rules less than five years or the death pen- ers and duties and providing for main- -, andTegulatmnijaid down hy the state alty for persons who sell or give away tenance of same. Insurance commit...L.c.--.- k.. liquors which cause tee. tank eemmissioner. severe penalties any intoxicating H. B. 48, Brs. Danyon Relsting to " violation death, blindness rtproTidede4aw-anvaccination. Public health committee, "ToT them means afine of 11065 toto$5000 INTRODUCED IN THE SENATE H. B. 49 Callister Relating to felten or imprisonment S. B. No. 86, Jenkins Salaries of onious assaults. Judiciary committee. 2sears,Tr both fine and imprisonment county,, assessors. Ref erred to cfom? 50, Iverson Concerting bank mmm -- ' ' - . ' ' .t ' ' jS-- . 8--- 0L; ltd .11 ii 1 1 11 1 uTkCAUa iiiiin 1 11 MEN YOU tssA "Haa are-kill- -f- ' -r a en ior-deli- er -- feftnrp''sfia aW orarlyl d " H.. to np HE ' the -- first requisite youthful, her natural TALENT Ute of know his or that it may be Jn the lato talentso Intelligently developed and turned to profitable account Find the hole In --rhlcb your peg fits without wabbling . and keep It there, Do not move" from ptttar--to post In quest of another, and you will, enjoy more of what makes life valuable, glad: as the 'years swing by that you have held : firmly. to your ' original 4ntentloa. Most of the failures In this work-a-laworld' are due to Inefficiency, caused generally by shifting frotn one station to another and the woeful lack of fixed effort in the pursuit of a definite course. .you can never find the port you hope to reach if you persist In sailing your ship without compass and rudder. The tides and the winds will toss your precious craft Into the open Jaws of destruction or hurl It high scowling rockf from which there Is no ItkeUhood of escape. you 'have a talent for painting. see that you produce pictures of beautiful themes and. attrsctlTeucoi-ors; 4f your hand is dfeft In the use of tools, clasp the saw and the ham mer and resolve that no one shall excel you. You Cannot overcome difficulties nor rise above the common level by lounging around In Idleness, bemoan ' ing jour lot and envying the prosperous men and women climbing to- ; wards the hill tops. Whether .you nave one talent or -- y iathJrr . - ;;urj6.w By MOU1K MATHER -thi TJiereJaJnery To the men Tand women who are predisposed to loafing, given to stopping by the wayside to gather wild flowers when they should be tramn-- i ' s ileClur Prescription For Hs Bride: Ellxir of promptness for you. His breakfast on time dally and his carpet slippers on the rug nightly. phine's fiance, On her birthday Joie rejoiced In tho (tft with, a personal touch that Mrs. Gordon sent to her. i .Absorb This! NOT PROMPTNESS THAT KILLS. IT'S FAILURE TO MEET IT: " .. 6 sr Kocinr notHripw syaeiMtf.) v- - .v. nyntoeUH Xtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IT IS fl my preference for dull blue,". . Jolo said to her lover. "Did you ever sea such a lovely belt Bruce? Oriental. Just the thing to wear with my new A y. -- dol-la- dia-tri- ct . MEaSSENGERS -- ue tional-offiees-- one-kin- out Hlotuers Cook Boo S. yr . one-four- th Khoolv-haUa,-.-tteatr- es sobp-stoc- : rf k-tf r""""'"' s six-Inc- h tiesropervisioa.4:ifc - ral -- . ls " li.iurtdy Has Anyone: Laughed At You ft to, Becaus- alt pENBTttt " . . finely-minc- .. lf lf n. , own-liqu- . u : fT'nced ' Moxley--Instructio- n f O-.'- Oet-awa- - . 1 w : "',." . 11 i the latter part of her visit, she never By DOUGLAS MAXLOCH mentioned' your name, while at first she..was happyJpralwu9tyottl 1-a- m so glad,' she said to me, that Bruc- e- has mad- e- such a pleasing . 1 choice.'" SOMEONE has said that thoughtr things I know each thought of mine. Is like a bird with living wings And pinions all I toss a thought upon the air, -As pigeon owners do No matter when, no matter. where, . It hurries home to you I - Og-de- -- v sltuatlon-mysalf-JoIe-s- as-yo- tr . . PerhaD 3ruce Suggested, "she msy have learned of your preference from .me. And perhaps 1 may have -mentioned that modish little dress, as well." "You are both of you' dears 1" said Joie, Tenderly she replaced the pretty belt In Its tissue wrappings, and closed the gift box. Then she went forth to purchase a birthday gift for Lettle Warren. Lettle desired modestly, a collar' and cuff set for her iwekter. So Joie made her way to - Julia Webster's novelty shop. Miss Websterwas n dealer InTflne needie-worHere, Joie knew, she would be able to match Mrs. Warren's daintiness. The white linen set which she selected had a fine hand-mad-e edge In keeping with her friend's accustomed taste. But because the simple gift contrasted humoly witlut .beautiful .necklace' Mrs. Warren had that morning sent to her, Joie felt called upon to write a line of greeting. mils Mt i iHt" and lace, may not be called ,m gift Lettle, dear I" She wrote. "Accept it for the Jove that goes with II" so insidiouswere events Following ly different that she could scarcely realize what had happened Bruce, openly as attentive as ever, was constrained and cold In her presence. Mrs. Gordon had gone home' without calling or sending for Joie to bid hergood-by- . When sbe took her perplexities to Lettle Warren that young matron . leas unusually grave. ''I have Jothered- LabQut the aald. "And I really cannot understand Mrs, Gordon's attitude. During estate-when'fuc- nJitot - hoflsejuit'' Uncommon Sense - of Tsrtnotip"sho-TfaJ'lmw- . Nwippt SCHOOL DA1)S It - ,. by - mass. .. "Whlch means," she returned, "that life since; I met Bruce and loved him has been too beautiful to last And aovr Helen Martin tells me that Bruce has a moat exacting 'and sensitive she doesn't know., mother. Helen-say- s how hoover dared to become engaged. without first consulting bis mother." Jote was favorably ImpreBseoTTWtth"' to be, on the first her mother-in-laoccasion of their meeting. And Jolt too, in all her abrupt frantaes8,4rom- IseoHlo-wTS the heart of the elder woman. Brace was proudly happy and Mrs. Warren smiled satisfaction. "Josephine Is such an honest little soul," she told the mother of Jose- . scarcely forms an agreeable subject for meditation. Hut these, as you may have already guessed, are they who have hidden their talent In a napkin and been; crowded from the ranks of the successful, because of their own fickle-nes- s. . friend. His great fault Ifhit fauttles--nesand people always know he will turn up a bustling little JhgsoiuteiyBpmah (.1111, . Is very amusing, especially when he pretends that he Isn't your lover. In most cases he tries the pi atonic, but hlsac-charin- e smile gives him away and his terrific effort never to be late is a fearful telltale. -IN FACT. person's life the destl-uatlo- "Everything," said Joio disconsolately, "has, some uncomfortable feature to offset 'the good. "Which means?" Mrs. Warren asked ... '. smilingly. Ware looked op at her Josephine " yetTSeWoWTLrVJover he - crucial moment of choosing a permanent vocation, and when that is overcome, there remains nothing else to 00 Dut to .drive straight ahead, determined to wln-- an honorable' l, l. Vlm Nwpw' UaloM Symptoms: Short, coat looks ss If It were too tight over his husky little breast He. is fond of clothes and yet never Indulges In a comfortable suit He sits on the edge' of chairs, and he la always on the edge of telling you he loves you. He doesn't stutter. five taleata, there Is but one medium through which yon can achieve, and that is by hard, continuous work. holding steadfastly to your course and refusing to yield to discourage' ment. SrKNo. 87, Jenkins Insurance manner of. keeping books, loans to of Iters so as to allow a banker or bank law. Commerce ficers and. directors, meetings, state to qualify as depository for United agents' qualification ' ments, etc. Banking committee, States deposits,' postal savings funds and industry. S. C R. 2. Jenkins Constitutional a.,D. oi, uuiister Fixing prison other public funds, .by deposit of or " to require- that treasurers I terms from five years to life for sell ecuritie requltedi Ajuiawasseti amendment .forth in the present law are changed. in counties of the first and' second ing or giving away intoxicating liquor take office the first Monday containing poisonous substance which It is pnjided that commercial banks classes to hn firat Monday I causes death ot injury, 3rt(jMrf'enm. may borrow money ictempprary m ApriVrejrjhan ..Ordered .asset . of. January, prmted and re mittee. ferred to committee on judiciary. H. B. 52, CanisterProviding life the bank not exeeeamjLioujei-cen- . s. a. 38, Mrs. Kinney To place the sentence at Saath nonalt-- n n'nm. in amount of the money borrowed as industrial school under the control of mendation of Juryforone-co- M -H collateral eecurity. thB 0- - education. Educar o assault witfl deadly weapon withX j""d intent to commit robbery. Judiciary to clarify the law pertaining to inner- - 10.F- itance taxs. were introduced in the! oTB. I9, committee on commerce and committee. H. B. 63, Iverson Amending secPermitting savings banks house.- The laws of 1917 say that the industry By tions w"1 to w,uw and diera relating to the industrial com receive a shall capital surplus per appraisers JOHN BLAKE in business treai-nrengage as and state the trust industrial mission fund. companies, out state be of the and paid the sme as other state officers uruered printed, referred to and re- Labor committee. H. B. 54, Rowan Liquidation . of are paid, while the laws of 1919 pro ported by committee on commerce and YOUR CAPITAL placed on second reading banks.. Banking committee vide that all costs are chargeable to industry,-an-rr - ; . H B. 65, Mrs. Graham Transfer of fr the estate is sub calendar, S. B. 40, Jenkins Saturday half hol habitually delinquent children to indusTF TOU are drawing, a thousand ject to tax. a year you are. getting Interest Senator H. E. Jenkins anJ Lepresen iday in all county offices. Public af trial schools. Education. B. Twenty-fiv- e H. fairs. thousand dolPettit Salaries 66, both mine Salt R. of for, tativo E. Callister, S Br 41, Jenson Altering tlihg Inspectors of -- coaj and hydrocarbon lars therefore Is your capital. Lake, each presented in their respecEvery dollar that you add to your tive houses petitions signed, by some dates of candidates nominated for mines. Mining and .smelting committee. yearly Income means that your capital 55 peace officers and men similarly election. ,' S. B. 42, HcConkie Making it felH. B. 57, Callister Appointment of Is Increased by S23, employed asking repeal --of the Double your salary and you double ony .to kill livestock the property of deputies for county, precinct and terminate sentence law. . your capital. -- QuaUieyour-lloo officers. Judiciary committee. "Whereas," runs the petition, crime another. S. B. 43, McConkie Repealing law H. B. 58, McKell Auditing accounts a year and you can consider yourself : hasincreaiid the last few years and kill live- - of cities, counties and school districts; worth 1100,000, which Is a tidy forto tterppeartTbe3r3r as aoove. . creating supervising state board of tune. sweeping over the country each win The capital that you carry under S. B. Dixon 44, blue of from the practice Amending ter, it is evident sky audits and accounts, and defining powyour hat you do not need to risk in ers and duties. Judiciary committee. the past few years that the operation law as to control of realtors. S. B. 45. committee on sericulture H. B. 69L committee on irrigation specutoUoJtjo Immune from bank of the indeterminate sentence law is burglars and stock jugglers. and lt is Ing power, -- but to - the reserve of reservoirs Investment of irrigaforS.r Candland)B26, othatJWontemplatedts tion district bonds. Irrigation and res- yours as long keep your health money tTia Relating to taxation of faadav ation.' ai, men. ought to estab. 1 , andretaln your .earning capacity-.-stMtJntroduoeoVwith favorable re ervoirs committee. The petition asks for lish as soon as possible. consider Always H. B. 60, Wilkins Eliminating 3 your, brains ss of the law fixing a maximum and portol committee and bill goes on When the that is under your capital. Take the same care of hat and the capital that "minimum sentence for each crime, and second readmg calendar. per cent penalty from delinquent taxes. your you have Inat capital them-ththe banker of takes his B. 7 Revenue S. and taxation committee. 46, committee on commerce and sMrts that the trial Judge is better vested in good securities are, both funds those entrusted to him. jnd JL B6V Hollenbeck Relating to able to determine the proper sentence industry Negotiability of promissory Bad habits, sloth, shlftlessness, Im working for you, you will be beyond salo of property for delinquent taxes. : than is the state board.ef pardons. It notes,7 , the reach of jvantnd on jour wayjo pair your capital So does ill health. I S. B47, in law Revenue and taxation committee. adds: and independence. prosperity 17 -them Avoid all of can. regulating-embalmm- g7 you H. B. 62, Atwood Amending sec"Unless new evidence is furnished, But remember that both kinds of In Keep your body good physical S. B. 48, Funk More liberal regula- tions relating to boundary lines of the board of pardons should have no for If It la not your brain capital must be cared for and safejurisdiction in the eases, and greater tions governing certified public ac- Utah and Wasatch counties. Public condition, will not be able to earn the Interest guarded, or they will shrink Instead of lands committee. care should be exercised in the grant-- . countants. expand. ( H. B. 63, Judd Amendment relative thaLlt ought to. Make them grow, while the growing g paroles, as experience has shown . S. B. 49, Funk Reciprocity in liof bad habits. All of them Get rid to Rev-enarchitects. metalliferous mines. that the greater percentage of crimes censing assessing d Is good. Capital of or ancut your capital down. Peters--Talu- ng and taxation committee. ' constitn- cleared p . were committed by ex " Add to yOur capital as regularly as other IS the only Insurance against -" of wntrot6f state ft B. 64, Goggin An act providing the miseries of poverty and old age. nmajrpajie-vioiatonf- c for the protection and assistance of you can. Add not only to your earn- (CopyrtaM br Joha Bltka ) Establishment of ttefficeof state department of finance and purchase. S. B. 51, Jenson More liberal fire- aged persons. Judiciary. fire marshal is the object of House H. B. 66, Cannon Amending law Bill No. 47, the author of which is men's pensions for Salt Lake and n 1 . relating to eold storage of foods. Mandepartments. Representative Iverson. : It provides and B. S. commerce. that the commissioner of insurance of 52, Mrs. Kinney Increasing ufacturing H. B. 66, Mrs. Lyman Substitute the state shall be ex officio marshal, state board of insanity to seven memv-for H. B No. 8. Amending sections and prescribes arlus duties the en-- - ber; foitement of all Jaws JMdjnrdJnances B..53,. TebbChiropracticill- .- relating to eonatroction of watersheds S. B. 54, McConkie Uniform condi- and jurisdiction by cities. Public relating to WprevenUoa ofJlres, the health. storage and use of explosives, the tional sales act 8. Br55T MrsTEnney Public re- "H. B.- - 67, Atwood Amending secI don't Ilka to talk with people who maintenance and regulation of Are esbeef drippings, then .add xopkfd meat tions and adding new Sections relatftfr with dm. it la imuilnc to which has been put through creation. Public affairs. capes, the adequacy of txita"fa a meat an echo but with a for coquette while, S. B. 56, Mrs. Kinney Placing out ing to dairying and foods. Agriculas much dry n aooo tlraa of It. grinder and churches, ture. bread crumbs. Moisten with n little and -- public Of children.. Judiciary. ' FOOD FORTHE FAMILV S. B. 67, Jenkins Voluntary admis places the suppression and punishment or wsterygT ACTIONON BILLS LN THE HOUSBT of arson and fraudulenfracticeS-i- n sion to sute mental bospitaL do), season well and' beat very hot In UUm hralna. tr thmi- YOn H. B. .4, Hollenbeck Sale of prop- S. B. 58. Winder-Sta- to connection 'with fire IuulSiuI ii board of re. trains In Corn Patties. other duties laxea. Ayes S, to limit levies. tax vjew Remove slice from the top of large a pertojningtojrevention ' ; ' "; :i Baked Apple Dumollnas. nres anaregaIations pertaining. L BS,-Winde-r School tax levies nays 52. corn mufflnssnd remove. jnexenters in rural districts, The proposed act specifier the H.r TCu't rJcb pastry Into BSettiWBeojuiruig-reea- l ,X:... squares. a a tth powers wall firm, spoon, leaving crisp at S. B7 60, Winder School tax levies mine bosses and fire bosse-t- o hjcVtte-inaTshhe Parboil the brains In acidulated may have and prewater, in tne center of each place a cored, ,v citizens. American ' scribes methods of, in districts. 54,' L Fill the centers with Ayes nays city add-thein all m to white pared apple. procedure seasoned highly cases coming under his or S. B. 11, Candland Beducinz fee sauce S. B. 61; Winder Tai levies for exHIT the muffin patties, sprlnV sugar, cinnamon, and a whole clove. and hisdepu- for JUing leases. Signed kle with Wet the edtes of the pastry and fold hibition Purposes. grated cheese and place In a Whether or not the taw compelling ffc Bi 2, Winder-Ci- ty ovehejajplfcBake-:about-fort- y tax levies. - ibyspeaker. ... to brown well. hot ovep H. B. 41, Naylor Employment of the nse of wide-tire- d minutes In a moderate oveni The last 8. B. 63, Winder County tax levies. wagons on the " roads and highways of Utah should be of the baking brush the tops with whits S, A. 64, Winder--Bul" on the clerks for distriet attorneys. Ayes 49, Scotch Hash; of egg snd sprinkle with sugar. Servo nays 57 absent 1. tepealed was the subject of" lengthy Chop one onion and cook. In a little H. B. 13, Constantinfc Mileage foi dKUssion'in the house.of jrepreeenta- with hard sauce. S, B. 65, Jenkins Changing name of d constituted, nearly state mental hospital to Utah State district attorneys- .- Unfavorally rethe business of the house in regu-- r hospital.. ported by committee. Motion to strike, Olive and Oyster Canape, session. The cause of the diaena. i S. B. 60, Winder Tax Jevies'for enacting clause adopted Ayes 54. Take one cupful of green olives v . &THBL absent!, Bill Hied. , ws Senate biU No. 19, by Sena- - cotuty poor funds.' stoned; ohe cupful of pysterMwo-table-- Bv, B. 62, ailisteiv-Deafh'pencame spoonfuls of butter, one of minced before the incm, piYssn e"wmit rob. onion, one' tablespoonful of l?"Ju-lhir- d reading. The bilTwas frCTIONt)N BILLS You are dissatisfied T "Nothpassed, red pepper, one and one-haS."B. 19, Hirschi Repealing wide eery." Ayes' 55r Sent to Senate. considerable H. B. 49, Callister Felon'oms asat fired has been suits of lemon Juice, one you" tiro ing teaspoonfnla law. 2. absent a caused 6, !5?V?'x11 AyefJSjsys Sent U of Worcestershire sauce, one-haflwswwe of opinion and more you. "Will you" over bo contentt" JJ 8. B.H; Candland Land office sault Ayes 61, absent 4.' .1.. ; senate. Mattered voting than any other so far fees. Signed by has been burled at .yon, hasn't tea spoonful of beef extract Cook governor. ' H. B. 8, Hollenbeck Equalliation'oi one not It? rats are At coming before the representatives. The , yon any olives, pepper and onions and butter, ColoraS. B. Peters Ratifying taxes. - Ayes 43, nays 10, absent X. ' vote Sesulted in tweurr-nlone tablespoonful of flour for 'five to stick In a rut., .You aro cast. is do River 4,' absent L compact 19, Ayes' B. 80, committee on public affairs " Witfc minutes. Parboil the oysters in their ing about: for the future, yon ibt bwnt. there being 8. B. 2, Candland Corporations not S.Requiring notice of prior tax to be JMt oe vote more than is These better. want something adding water to make a by required for. pecuniary profit, Ayes 19, abtax notices. 'Ayes stamped on current laughers wUI bo right thoogh, cppful. Pour the llduer Into the flour Jority Bepresen- - sent 1. ' , . unless your dissatisfaction takes nays i." anoTvegetabta mixture, stirring until ' " 72 "Ba wno PPoM the biU in ' H. B. 2, Atwood Cooperative mar- 49, 7 8. B. . 19, Hirschi Repealing 'wide Its shap in action rather. than smooth, j Add the seasoning and 'oysthat he would voU ' : absent'l. iu favor,-a- nd ters and servo on squares of buttered in growling wagon tin law. Ayes 29, nays 8, ab that he desired to keting. Ayes 15,'nays 4, l H. .B. 28, in sent S. ' no toast garnished with whole olives."" motion to reconsider. y Hero Is: federal, constitution. Ayes 18, ab- - 8. B. 4, PftersRatlfyinf Colorado fTYeur - ' thiropracUc' bUl Hwas sent ! 'I .;,"! ZM-- r j.Ki. river pact. Ayes 63, nays 1, absent 1. To believe tht actions speak t.' S B. tender thair oroocttlnoand get r Tebbs of Garfield. The bill is the CandUadT4',arm buresss . H..C.. R. I, Wilkmi Appointing va in aancies ; , HIS, Waaura Kmpiot Valea.) Ayes legislature. of up and move Keaven and earth may nays Ayes incorporate; t, tha 20;rr eiiempt .VW. nntlfUn.n. to alter what yen hate to endure. B. B. 6, Peters County treasurers II.- .' & to practice le-- v LH. P"" " (S3 kr HaCtare Mawaaaaef SyaSIMU.) The average molecule la less than 8. I'M. 1; rUtritUonf Immlgra-tio-n. Ut out havng W un- - settlement -- Ayes IS, nays 6, absent L -, tae regular examination for I S. B. 17, Dixon Utah tuberculosis Ayes I, nays 9 ofjm Inch- In 41tmter. t' w. a man like this proposed to you f . KNOWJQn HHPS DEFENSE' By E. R. PEYfiiB uj 1111 MAY, MARRY O Hve each day with open heart So, when my thought shall corns Across the miles we are apart, . It shall not find you dumb." ' O live each day with .open door, " oureartaoorTopenwldo--Som- e thought of mine Is speeding oo The valleys that divide. 1 It T suppose It Is Just one of the unexpected traits of character that Helen warned me about," Jolo decided "But why ahould Bruce follow her example of coldness! That he disapproves of mo Is evident, and I have no way of knowing the cause. When I question him he gives an evasive reply. I believe," added unhappy Joie, "that I shall relieve them both by breaking the engagement" That evening as Brace came gravely Into the living room Joie lifted a white and gold box from the table. With re- luctant fingers ihe drew from it the blue and gold belt "I I can't wear it Bruce," she child' ishly said, ."when your ' mother no longer cares for me. It was lovely of her to send It, and I loved her for her kindness. But now that she Is no longer kind" bears a message all aglow, The message old and young. The message men and maidens know In every land and tongn; lettr-Bruc"Gordon ended tho iTsweeps across the asuro skies, broken sentence. JSIoiher- - was- - dis It dwrts bit1 the dime, j appointed In you, Joie, and so I ad- And home to your heart It files, I. But that will pass and we injiltrwas Because your heart Is Home. shall all.Jwood-frlendsnigal- a' It was Bruce now who ceased speak--. And may my bird, so fond, so fleet, Ing abruptly. The tissue wrappings of Upon Its happy quest, the box fell from Jole's hand to the. As It files east another meet, floor. On one tissue square lay n fold flying of linen and lace. Wonderingly, Joie And,, ss they ball npon the blue, stooped to pick It up.- - Before them'' Ob, may that pigeon be was a collar and set The exact set . A thought of yours, a thought as true' that Jote had purchased from Julia A thought that files to met Webster to give to her friend, Cbn- ''( W MeCtara NawapaSaf Sradloat.) tiruce. v niaeaiy bub explained wis-1The light that flashed across his' re- -Hevedly transformed, face was more confusing-- . stilL His old dear smile fas turned upon her. "Why,' Joie mine," he sold, "the mv -When sappy Incident Is explained. Lettle Warren showed your gift to bother that day so soon after mother, lad sent the collar and cult set to yon, end after Miss .Webster, as mother arid me, Insisted that she carried bni tne ortlcle of each pattern, wKy, iiother was shocked at yourwell tack of sentiment, or discretion, in OHSslng on what she supposed was her ' 0 ft to yoo to thevery woman ... who KaIl kitafaM. .Himm aa metingaiwit an v accompanying .. 'te.cDoVoo recall yonr wording, -iUeVSuch a simple gift being no gift af alC'lor words to that effect" .'Bruce Gordon laughed, "Poor tlC.l: fronted motherly he said, "We must v r enco.". go out to see her-a- t Jute's eyes .were shining. "To think . that I aerer looked under 'jhat second layer of tlsue.',.": ,; e" west;,. , -- 0 f 3 X---.-- r.''