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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 23, 1912, Image 20

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side of it struck me and I beean
to laugh through my tears, and
then to cry again, and then it all
happened so suddenly.
He bent nearer, asking in that
kind, nice way of his: "My poor
little girl, what is it? Who, has
been imposing on you ? Bless me,
I can't bear to see a woman cry.
"My dear Miss Kilrain, I am
going to ask you a very strange,
thing."
"Yes," I said encouragingly.
"I am -wondering if you would
feel hurt if I asked for your .resig
nation," he blurted out.
"Why?" I asked simply.
He turned towards me, and
caught my eyes. I did not try to
hide my secret any more. There
was no need. The dear reached
forward, caught my hands in his
own, asking eagerly :
v "Tell me, little girl, if it is pos
sible that you can care for an old
crusty fellow like me?" Dear
typewriter, he is only thirty-five,
and to call himselfvold L
"It not only is possible, it IS,"
I said, rather mixed up as to
words, but certainly not as to
meaning; and then I ceased to be
long to the unkissed, and this is
my last day here. ' The poor dear
thought it his duty to send me
away because he feared his love
,for me might disturb me. Do you
wonder, typewriter of mine, that
I am the happiest girl in all the
world?"
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Mrs. Chinn You know my
husband just won't listen to good,
common-sense talk. Mrs. Frank
How do you know?,
HEALTH HINTS
That tired feeling may be over
come with proper exercise, whole
some food, pure air, pure water
and pure thoughts. Learn to
conserve your vitality. Snatch a'
few moments, here and there, dur
ing the busy day for rest, either
by relaxation or change of occu
pation. Strengthening the lungs, es4
pecially the apexes, may be done
by first filling the lungs with good
air (inhaling through the nos
trils) then blowing through a
small pipe stem or other small
tube. The tube should be so
small that the air is emitted slow
ly. A few times daily at inter
vals will be sufficient.
A sallow, muddy complexion
usually indicates poor digestion
and poor circulation. It won't be
amiss to forego white bread,
cream in coffee, rich sauce,
gravies, pastry, or anything that
is likely to overtax the liver or
stomach. Cleanse the body in
side by water-drinking. Have an
abundance of fresh air night as
well as day. Include vegetables
and ripe juicy fruits in season, in
your diet. v,
o or
Clean Irons
When ironing keep a board
sprinkled with bathbrick close to
the ironing table. Rub the irons x
on the board and dust them with
an old but clean rag before using
them.
We don't see how Teddy is go
ing to capture any votes by prom
ising special sessions of Congress,
.-.lua..

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