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THREE LITTLE JAPANESE PRINCES
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New picture of the children of the present emperor: Left to
tight Crown Prince Nyehinomiya, and his twee brothers, Terno-
miya and Apfunoniya. '-. ,
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A MATTER.OF TASTE.
He was the sort of young man
who takes' a girl out and talks a
lot of pretty things, but never
.dreams of buying anything, not
even a penny bar of candy
'' They had been walking out to
gether for quite a time, and she
was getting a bit tire'dvof it. One
Evening tney came-to apause out
side a gaily-dec'drated'c6nfection-er's
4 "Look, darling'" he whispered
gushingly. "I can see ypur beau
tiful, sweet face clearly In that
But she was- determined on
making a change
"Thajr'f alfrpijiht, George about
my sweet face' -"she said coldly.
"Fm tired oFheanng about it! I
wish you'd; remember my sweet
tooth occasionally instead."
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Thelifevpf a garden hose may
be lengthened.by giving It a coat
of paint, tmnned out with linseed
Toast that is put in glass jars
with the fid screwed on tightly;
will keep fr.esh for hours.