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Vived for the' return journey The
crowd byhis time was thorough
ly wet, and consequently had im
bibed a great deal of spirits, nox-j
ious and otherwise. As a result,
Mr. Gibson had two wordy en
counters with gentlemen who im
agined themselves insulted when
he jostled them. The twins curled
up and went to sleep, and Gibson
had to carry them, one on each
When they finally arrived
home young William sat down
and began to scratch himself with
vigor. "Why do they have so
many fleas on Walnut Grove isl
and?" he complained.
Just then the twins-commenced
to sneeze and couglf from the ef
fects of the wetting.
"It has beeit a glorious day
next to nature's heart," sighed
"Yes," groaned Gibson. "I'm
going down to the office tomor
row and work like a Turk for the
riext three weeks getting rested."
the boys, if they want to be trulj$
likeable. N ( n
There is a young lady of whom
I think a great deal. Christmas
I gave her' a fountain pen, and
ever since, she has treated me,
rather cooly. The boys made a
lot of fun of rtie for giving suchi
a present. Did I do wrong? How
should I square this? C.
I think you erave her 1
nice present, and those who make
tun or it snow very uttie sense.
It would seem tliat the young
woman does not care for your at
tentions, and .is taking this way
of showing it. I advise you not
to waste your interest upon her.
CYNTHIA GREY'S DAILY
-1 am 14 years old and in the
eighth grade. There is a boy in
my room, who is very pretty, and
who also sits across from me. He
likes the other girls in my room,
but not me. How can I make him
like me? For I like him very
much. E. B.
If you act as foolishly as you
write, in regard to the boys, it is
no wonder a sensible boy does
not like vou. Girls of 14. should
not be sentimental and sijiy about I love.
I am 20 years old and deeply in
love with a man of 28. My par
ents object to our marriage be-
cause of his position. They would'
like to have me marry a wealthy
man, but I do not love him. J.
- It is natural that your parents
should he-ambitious for you. But
I think they make a great mis-,
take in urging you- to marry a?
man you do not love. Out of re-
spect to them, you might wait un- ,
til you are a little older before.
definitely deciding to marry the
'other man. And perhaps, during
that time? he may be able to bet
ter his position. But, if you love
him; and his business is, respect
able, and he is able to support you
you should, in the end, marry the
man you love, rather than a
wealthier man whom you do not
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