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cannot measure how much we love, '
and I have colne to believe that we
cannot tell when we shall cease to
"Men seem to know this, my dear,
and that is why they live more in the
present than we do and that is also
why they are more sentimental than
we are. They want to get the most
put of love every moment. We in
stinctively look ahead, because if we
do not there may come a time when
we can do nothing but look behind.
"Think well, my dear Kitty. I
know of no girl of my acquaintance
who values the good opinon of people
more than you.
"Are you sure that you can live
"My advice is for you to go away
for a short time and see if things
won't straighten out."
"I'll do it, Madge, but please don't
tell Dick how foolish I am."
"Certainly not, dear, and I'm glad
you are not going to be foolish any
'"I am not so sure," answered Kitty,
with. a sigh.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Editor Day Book:
Kindly let me know if it is right,
according to law, for an employment
agency to collect an entire week's
salary for their aid in securing a
position for anyone, even if that per
son signs an agreement" to pay this
Is It right for the employer to as
sume the responsibility and pay the'
agency from the employe's salary,
without the latter's consent.
According to the. law of the state
of Illinois the employment agency
has a right to charge a week's salary
or more for securing a job and the
employer may deduct the fee from
the employe's wages, providing a
contract is signed to that effect
WHITE WINGS SPRING HAT
W- - "
A smart spring hat byJ.ouneaux,
Paris. Model of tagal straw trimmed
with white wings. -,
Ingredients-Ohe cup -sugar, one
quarter cup water, .shelled whole nut
kernels. Boil sugar, and' water until a
little dropped into .water becomes
brittle and.the'.mixtures'is just about
to become tinged .with; color; set the
mixture in a bo.w.l-"of tiot water. Then,
with two .fojks. or. candy tongs, dip
one nut at atime! hi the -syrup and
lay on waxed'papers to cool. 'Work
fast, as sugar-sis:; apt tcharden; if it
gets too stiffVfewdropsjdf-Eot water
can be added.'' .- '
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It is estimated .that two per cent
of the popuUjjpof'Londcm are peo
ple with red hah-.