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always been man's GLORY, as well
as;His6uE.'1Np',artisti has' ever
created anything great unless some
wpnan stood pmewhere-.near'hini
with her lpve and sympathy.
"A'lmaV ant a 'bman to bring
him tie, jpy,afl4i WntnPsg. 9,f We:
Hq does'-nowant to go "to 'battle
WJTHr.'HEft'; BUT FOR HER! '
"Np man' wants ,'tlm" women, he
loves' to.'gpVej'thjguh ie" sordid
days of business cares. He wants 'her
to care for his'hpm'e and hisvchildren,
to look well a&tlie head'pf hjsble,
to, greet-bim,with. tender smtfes'and
his "friend's yrith mteresUrig cordial
ity." V ' . ' "
Hererthe epfgramic? Mr -"Waller
came back to 'himself and me 'arid
said: "v -
"Bu I nevefg'Y,e an opinion up'on
women. . I must say, Kopver," I have
no use'taMhe'Sumxiget.'1 Then-he
added, rather ruefully, "I'rrr afraid
they aregqing to get what they're
AT THE VVRONQrSHOP '
A gauSily-tired, effeminate-act-
-ihg. young Than entered" a 'big jew
l eles, and in glib .speech informed
oije of the assistants that.he wished
s i to purchase' a-'nice birthday" present
N for his sweetheart.- He had' no idea
as:-fo just what beVanted, but, TVbat
eyer it wpufd bit'imist be a'suitble
tokferi of his esteem for; her; 'and, at
the sanip time, comewHhin his'sal
ary; "' ' - 1 !
"Whati may I ask," inquired the a's;
sistant, "is ybur salary?" .
"Fifteen dqllars-a week "-was the
prompt-reply': ? f ' Mi
. "Young man;" said ,the. assistant,
kindljr but firmly, 'you've struck, the
wrong piace. v You'll find: what yau
want just' around the' corner at the
to-sh'pE," - .r ' ,
. . o" o : , . "
APTQ H9RN-rtOR URGLAR
' One of the-surest and best sorts .of
burglar1 alarms' can be -fashioned in
the "home with no other" appliances
than a high poweret, welt-equipped
automobile. ' '
This simpleeyice-is recommended
by QhjcagonJiJtPrlt wht) tried it
withthe best-sort of success. There
are 0 lotpf pefer-Qmight have
difficulty in . prQcyripg tjhe automp
biie". but" thjose who have 'one
cn try" it x -
There5, arp f ejv .peqple who are
greater . sugerej3 f rom'ipetty thievery
thafl (6tpristS'W$Q keep their care
iri private, gajages.. ' There are sp
inanyt Uttje.espens'yetlungs about
anautp that- iftre easily detached that
they sqeiR' tp' attract thieves and as
a result we garage set away off from
the fippse becomes a favorite place
for the, light fingered fraternity tp ply
The Chicago s!man who invented
this preventive suffered in silence for
iong time, and ' then-h5 provided a
safe and. sure, relief by simply con
necting' his' electric motor -horn and
headlights-with the garage doors just
as an ordinary burglar alarm-is con--hected.''
"v ' --- ' -'
'The result was'that-when Mr. Bur
glarppehed ffie"doprs the headlights;
flashed out and the horn, started a
rasping, deafening roar ' that con
tinued until someone came from tjie
hbuser,anC closed thedpo'rs again.
Tjie noisewas. sp sudden and' 'so'
startling that the first, burglar who
started it was frightened off Imme
diatelv' and" it was so loud and continuous-'that
it aroused the entire