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bit, "was hafjust as I telephoned
yuu i-resiaenc seiwm canea me into
his office and asked me about the
matter. He said: 'Waverly, I was
somewhat disappointed when you did
not get this contract, but I see now
why you did not.'
"I answered: 'Yes, this proposition
was made to me and I confess.it. was
a temptation, but my wife, told me
not to do ,it and I took her advice."
" 'That's right, Waverly,' he said
heartily, 'always take her advice. I
never went wrong yet when I follow
ed the counsel of my wife.'
"And," owned Dick, ' sincerely, "I
am afraid, Margie, if I had not been
married I would have been in this
It's a proud woman I am this night.
(To Be Continued Monday)
GIRL TO DANCE BAREFOOTED AT
Washington, D. C Miss Effie Bak
er of Washington, noted for her
graceful dancing, is to be.a feature in
the suffrage play given by the Con
gressional Union fof Suffrage. She
will give her solo dance of "trium
phant joy" as a curtain raiser before
I the performance.
AN OLD TIME EDITORIAL
If the law fails to protect the weak
from the strong, then anarchy en
sues. If justice is not impartially ad
ministered, the people w,ill not be'
able to distinguish what is right and
what is wrong, and if they fail to
make .such distinction, there can be
no stable government.
The foregoing is not our editorial
expression. It was got off by Con
fucius, 500 years before Christ. Gov
ernments 'have been proving, for
nearly 2,500 years, that Confucius"
knew what he was talking about.
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Knick Does the dentist drill your
Knack Yes; but he can't make
.them act right. Judge. .