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"American woman," he says, "is
the best treated woman in the world.
But she do. not know it. She think
she best in world. She do not know
she is just best treated. Best treat
ment incline to big-head.
"American woman now live for the
public. She live to forget home. I
see many women come to theater.
But I do not see so many I think is
true home woman. Woman an this
country very much, have generosity'
of makeup that tell you she do not
dress to please husband, but to please
public to deceive public."
A WORD TO THE WISE, ETC.
Not long since in this village a
young man of rather muscular de
velopment was seen with two heads
on his shoulders. Both heads were
fully developed, with rather hand
some features, one with golden hair
and the other with light blonde. The
young man is not a freak as might
be supposed. The other head was the
property of his sweetheart and would
not have appeared in such a deformed
position had it not been for the young
lady's neglect to lower the shades.
We wouldn't mention any names and
our reason for mentioning the inci
dent is as a warning to other young
people. Polk City (Wis.) Ledger.
In order to ensure a good gloss
on starched collars, first mix starch
with cold water, add a tiny lump of
butter about the size of a small mar
ble, then pour on the boiling water.
A quick way to clear currants when
making cakes is to put the fruit into
a colander with a sprinkling of flour,
and rub it round a few times with
your hand. It is surprising how quick
ly the stalks separated and come
through the small holes.
To remove red ink stains fromjtable
linen, spread freshly-made mustard
over the stain and leave for about
half an hour. Then sponge off, and
all trace of the ink will have disappeared.
WILL McREYONLDS MISS BIG
Mt: Ctex .M.cgeynolds
Washington, D. C While gossip
gives to Att'y Gen, J. C. McReynolds
first consideration as a possible suc
cessor on the supreme bench to the
late Justice Lurton, there is a ques
tion in the minds of many as to
whether the president will brave the
Criticism of many Democrats. When
McReynolds clashed with Joe Folk
over the conduct of the New Haven
inquiry, many radical Democrats
were inclined to put a Wall street
mark on the nation's legal adviser.
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