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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 24, 1911, Image 12

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with' a-KunxthtsupperQuldn't'
be ready. It wasn't. Also, the
rqoney haf-had beer in the clQck
was' missing, and-a suspicion that
ma had gone to the hairdresser's
clutched at his heart. It was too
rrqe, ana ine signi 01 ner wnen
she'came back nearly killed him.
''Go up a,nd look at hen' he wail
ed. I done so.
Well rpight he ask "What's to
be done?" There was ma propped
up on a davenport givjng an imi
tation of Mme. Recamier. And
besides having her face painted,
she had her hair banged and bob
bed like k 16-year-old.
"Git your own supper, sis," she
wailed. ''I'm afraid I will crack
the enamd if J pot-sling."
Turning away, I met pa n his
shirt sleeyes speaking up the
stairs with the family ax. I grab
bed his arm.
"Dad ! You. ain't gojng tp u,se it.
on her!
"Lemme go," he gritted. "Of
course nqt."
In a moment I heard the smash
ing of bottles and jars, and
some later subdued sobs and
nqisesJike kissing. . ,
Ma was making up. But ndt
with Cauliflower's Cosmetics.
The Ejiq
o o
Scientific book says: "It takes
five years ''to tan an elephant's
hide." Nature hasn't been fair.to
little boys. A boy's hide can be
thoroughly tanned in five min-'
utes.
Dogs that bite often -take big
erjy .chances than they realize
IP YOU HAD $50,000 r
What would you do if you sud
denly fell heir to V$50,(5DQ? A
question of .merely; academic in"
terest to"mpstof us, but to Elizur
$age, of Rensselaer, Ind., it was
a live issue. f f
He is the; nian. who once nego-
tiated a loan of $50 frqm hjs uncle
and therivdeclineda dime museum t
offerj of $20J3 ,aJweek -to ,pose as t
'the.man who borrowed $S0 from ,
Russ,ell Sagey" ', 1 1
BeforeJie got hjs-legacy Elizur
Sage made a livingby hafd.wqrR (.
on his fajm,' He testifie3 hat-the)
$50,Q00 brought him no J)articu-
lar 'happiness. He was q8 years:
old, with I fixed habits, when ifeg
tarqe, and, whereas he used tp go-f
to Dea ana sleep sounaiy ne noWj .
lay awakji and worried about tnatfc
mnnftv. Evervhadv was after?
him far & slipeiof it. He put most j;
of it into larid;atl$75 an,apre.an
the lanjd lias ' risen, showing a I
profit of $30,000. He is, no hapj
pier on that accounts
The truth is tljat it is quite ahj
art to enjoy nioney: It is difficult;
to acquire he art if you are pasl
middle life. Happiness comes f
lareelv from within, and $50,000 S
jn ihfe'bank'or iq land doesn't put!
any tuni ui .yum auui -1l wasjl t
thee before. '!
Now we -should advise yqu-lrl
hui first 'get "your $50,000. That?
wijl be time enough fpr advice, F
wont it. ., y "-$!
And evety .now and then wei-
all Jong for 'a .chance tp comfort
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