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iiiei.n j ji. iiuMM
to master a roll of mushy paper
tjiat hs supplanted the public
towel, just tdke off your hat and
the towels in the way they were
meant to be used before theyvbe-y
came a4iat. - - -,
It's a, great idea, all right. And
the towel hat only costs abput a
a dollar complete.
I had a very nice man friend
of whom I thought a great deal,
but some one came between us
and caused trouble. He has since
tried to make up, but I have re
fused to be friendly. I felt very
ibad a"bout the affair. Try as I
mav. JL cai&.fore-et him. Do von
hink I am doing right by con
tinuing to let pride stand between
lis; Or wo,uld it "be better to take
iim back? I know that I love
mm, and this constant fighting
against-the fact.that I da has af
fected my health, and from a rosy
cheeked, healthy, happy girl, I
have become thin, ugly, nervous,
dejected. Please tell me, does" it
pay? W. K. There is oneJcind of
pride that every one should have
pride of doing right but if you
are letting any other kind of
pride stand between youand this
young man you are doing wrong
and will not be happy. He has
expressed a willingness to be
friends, when he probably had as
much occasion to be grieved as
.you, and you are proving'yourself
ar less generous than he by re
fusing to be friends. No, it does burning about 2,000,000,000 tons
sot iv to encourage false pnde, of coal a year.
but honesty does pay. and the
sd&ner ybu are Hohfest with y&ur-
self and this young manythe Def
ter for both.
"Myrtle" asks: What will re-store-theeolorto
black kid gloyes.
or shoes ? Good black ink mixed
with the white of an egg.
"Please print spme pretty
names- beginning with E for a
baby girl. Elizabeth, Eleanor,
Evelyn, Eugenia, Edith or Es
"A Cook" wants ito know how
she can keep gems from scorch-
ing. "When filling gem pans with
hatter, leave one of the cups emp- '
ty and fill with water. When this
plan is followed tHe gems will not
"Mrs. T. M. B.'- If newcake
tins are put on top of the'stovS
until tney nave a uiuisn tuiqr,
cake will not stick tohem during
the baking, as It usually does to
THEN HE "FLED .
The doorbell jingled wildly at .
2 a. m. and Wisely, wifh chatter-
ing teeth, donned bath robe andf
slippers, threw up the window
and inquired of the figure in the
gloom, below what "was wanted.
"One of your windows is un
locked and wide open," came the
"Thanks mightily, old man.
Which one is it?"
"The one you have your head
Furnaces of the world are