A CHRISTMAS WORK .BOX
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' Here is a pretty gift .which' a
child of 6 or 7 with some guidance
can make very satisfactorily.
The cardboar.d -foundation is,
covered with smooth 7?Panese'
crepe, chambray, figured cliintz,
or any firm thin material.easy- to
handle. It is lined with heavy
paper of harmonizing color.'
The bottom is four' "inches -
square; the' sidesare three inches,
high, three-and a half inches-wide
at lower edge and "five across 'the!
The cloth is an inch larger than
the cardboard. and, the v.paper lm-'
mg a trifle smaller tha'n ihe'ioun
dation. Cloth is-stretched-sniooth-
ly over the cardboard and-Ipasted!
on the wrong "side with'-' .white,
paste. - - ' "'.'""'
'Paper is pasted, on - -o.v,er' thex'
edges of. cloth. - Use paste, only
on the EDGES of cloth'-orVpa-;
per, never all aver. - - - . .
Sides of the box- ar.elaced -together
with ribbon. The bottarn
being larger than "thesides will
stay injjlace'if put in frorn the top
after he sides are lacedjtogether.
The'box illustrated wastdecorat
ed with-a crayon design. - ',
IN THE LIMELIGHT'
,r Senator 'Simon Guggenheim,
the Big Businessrf-
irian in the senate.
-has 'beaten the vo't-
ers of" Golorado a
full two years. He
tolds them just the
other day that he
.was 'going to retire
irom the .senate in
191-3;: because df
They have-been ex
pecting 'to retireA
him fin 71913 because of -bigrbusi-1ness"reasons
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