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and-when the boyns-at'thV'Hirt gathering age this;hak "to "be con-!
For the boy from 3 to 6 years of age, thefulftrousers and a
three-quarter blouse is a good style. '
The trousers in a pretty suit of gray are baggy at the knee and
5he Russian blouse has a square sailor collar in the back and revers
the white leather belt. '
The anchors so dear to the boyish heart are embroidered in
"white upon the dicky and left sleeve.
-JiOW THE "HOME AT NINE
- O'CLOCK" WORKED
j, -New York, March 9. Read
the sad story of Wilfred Bloom,
'proprietor of an employment
agency, and ponder over .whether
inatrimony-is worth while !
Blopm 'was arraigned on Feb
ruary 12, before Magistrate Ap
pJeton on the" complaint of his
She said 'Wilfred flirted with
girls who came to his employ
ment agency, and that he never
- came lrome until late at night.
The court said Mrs. Bloom
anade out a clear case, and dealt
very harshly with Wilfre'd, Judge
Appleton ordered him to be home
icvery night in the Week by 9
o'clock, and to stay at home all
-rnght after arriving there.
. .''And if you don't do it," said
the court, ""I'll send a bailiff after
you and you'll be brought here
and sentenced to jail."
Wilfred protested wailingly.
He told Judge Appleton ifhat he,
the judge, did not know ,Mrs.
Bloom, and that if he did "he
wouldn't give an order like that.
"Makes no difference," said
Appleton. ''9 o'clock every night,
or BlackwcU's Island."
v As. Bloom left the courtroom,
he was heard to mutter that he
wasn't sure Blackwell's Island
would b"e better than "home every
night by 9 o'clock and Mrs.
Then, he came back to the court.
"Please," he said; "can! stay
out ajl night to take a turkish
bath. for an antidote once in
"fao' said the court "you can
not stay out later than S o'clock
for anything. If vou must have
turkish baths, have fthem at
They found Wilfred last night,
with a little round hole in his
right tempje, and a revolver lying
near his nghj hand. He had
"I see that Hetty Green's son
says he is looking for a wife who
can wash dishes."
"Let him be -careful This
country is filling up with hus
batfds who have to wipe the
dishes thejr wives wash." Cleve
land Plain Dealer,
0 Q y
Norway uses several million
pounds of, oleoraargine yearly
and the United States supplies
half ot it,