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"A little child shall lead them," and
the quick instinct of the precocious
Dot's mind did not go astray. It was
true an imposter was personating
Mr. Thome, drawing checks in his
name, gettingready to sell the prop
erty and decamp.
It was a clever plot of shrewd
scoundrels, soon unmasked, the real
Thome rescued from an unhappy im
prisonment, and then the old delight
of Dot in regaining the afflicted friend
whose life was made endurable and
even happy through her joyful pres
ence. That was not all of it. The great
burden that oppressed the Crandalls,
the mortgage, was lifted, for Mr.
Thorne could not do enough to ex
press his gratitude for his delivery
from cruel hands. Then, week by
week, he was drawn from the old soli
tude. He became a guest and then
a regular visitor at the Crandall
home, and finally a permanent mem
ber of a happy family circle.
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
England has now seventeen schools
where women are taught gardening,
poultry raising, beekeeping, farming,
horticulture and.domestic science.
Marriage of necessity, thinks Mrs.
Mary Austin, means more to a wom
an than to a man. "She is bound up,"
she says, "in all her spiritual progres
sions with processes of physical reor
ganization. Love in man may change
his relation to society, but in woman
it changes the woman."
Mrs. Samuel Semple, the only
woman member of the Pennsylvania
Industrial Board, is inspecting bak
eries in that state.
In Kansas there are fifty-four auxil
iaries to farmers' institutes, with
1,200 members. They meet once a
When a boy worries mostly about
which dance he is going to attend
next, you feel instinctively that he
isn't going to pick up the burden
where Father leaves off.
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BEST OF ALL
Ease in securing divorce and lacK
of religious training are offered as
two of the main evils of the day by
Miss Elizabeth Marbury, a New York
woman captain of industry.
"Until we are sure that the study
of 'eugenics and 'sex hygiene' pro
vide a reliable substitute for the Ten
Commandments, my advice is to stick
to the Ten Commandments," she
One pound of loaf sugar in one
and one-third pints of water. Boil
until the sugar is all dissolved. Pour
the syrup, while hot, over the rinds
of three small oranges and allow it to
stand three hours.
Strain the juice of ten oranges
through a jelly hag and add to -the
flavored syrup. Add one quart of
water. Serve in glasses, with shaved
ice- and a dash of apollanaris. Put
thin slices of orange, .sprinkled with
fine mint, on top.
This will make three, quarts. .
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