Dorothy is beloved by Dick and Paul, who are both persistent in their attentions. Dorothy is apparently unable to decide between them and is quite perplexed. She has been impartial in her favors, but the young men press her for an answer. She is walking alone when she passes the residence of a fortune teller and is possessed of a happy thought. She will consult the seeress as a way out of her dilemma. She goes in and crosses the palm of the delver into the past and future and is enlightened. Dick sees her enter the house and, surmising her mission, gains admission to an adjoining room by bribing the woman in waiting. He hears the instructions of the fortune teller, who informs the girl that if she will rise at midnight, descend the stairs in her sleeping robe, walk a certain number of steps, turn the required number of times, and hold a candle to the mirror, she will see the face of the man she is destined to marry. Dick is made acquainted with this by listening at the keyhole and is ...
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