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But .what's the use of getting
into Heaven if your eyes are
shut? .. , ,
"Wife and dog strayed; finder
can keep both. Wanted: A hardj
working stabje girl to take wife's
place." Ad in iVenna newspa
N,o wonder the wife and dog
strayed ! -
"It is es'timated that there are
90,0QP children "in institutions in
the United States Mary S.
Garrett, before Mothers' Con
gress, St. Louis.
Sorne pf these members of the
Chicago Woman's Club, who are
worrying themselves sick about
the" morajsof the working girls,
might do softie real good by be-,
coming the " foster mothers of
some of these "children in institutions-."
DrSpitta, King Georgia's bac
teriologist says telephone, re
ceivers and mouth pieces do not
carry disease germs.
Now, if DrSpitta wants to be
really original all he has to do is
to say that, the young woman
who .thoughtlessly allows a young
man to slip a kiss over, is not ac
quiring a few billion&erms.
Spring: The first season of the
year, notable for balmy, breezes
and the coming to life of plants.
Not in Chicago, however.
"So that voung - heiress
promised io marry you?" '
Yes, in three years."
"Isn'tf that a good while to
"It may be'; but' she's worth her
wait in old."
HER PROPOSALS GIRDLE
Hf frJl lHf
- Marjorie Humphreys.
Marjorie Ward Humphreys, -niece
of Sir William Prestley of -the
British House of Lords, ar
rived in San Francisco recently
from a world tour, leaving'in her
wake an unbroken chain of love v
stricken swains. - '
An exact number of conquests
is not known, but from ail ac- n
counts the voyage between Hon-"i
olulu and San Francisco, played
sad havoc with the ardent affec-1"
tions of a goodly number of the
No; Son, they don't have har
emsinChicago. They start cults.
Of course there are late trains 2
on other roads as well as on the H
N. Y. Central hes.' But, 'then,
the other roaxls advertise in i