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"Have to tell whom and what?"
"Miss Thorpe our secret," ex
plained Norah, and she blurted out
the story of the discovery of the
young lady hi question.
It came aboufthat the landlady in
vited them both to supper the next
evening Norah's crafty work! And
deft, friendly Norah, by a careless re
mark, opened up the theme that was
uppermost in the minds of both.
There was a frank confession.
"I can never thank you," said Ver
da. "I really believe that through my
being at the home of my friend's
mother that evening her life was
And later came the full reward of
love and patientce to Walter Bliss
and two earnest spirits were made
FILTH MEANS FLIES AND DEATH!
Flies love to feast on filth, and then
get into the house and wipe their feet
on your cake or on baby's bottle.
SCREEN THE HOUSE!
It is true they are nature's scaven
gers, but they spread filth and disease
in doing their work. And besides it
is better to do your own scanenger
ing by keeping clean than to have the
fly do it for you; for not only is a fly
a dangerous companion, but clean
people are beginning to suspect that
those who have flies about them are
If, therefore, you wish to bear a
reputation for cleanliness in your
neighborhood, be sure that your
trash and mamire heaps are fre
quently removed and that your house
is properly screened!
WHAT'S THE USE?
"Are you putting away something
for a rainy day, Tommy?" asked the
little boy's aunt as she saw him at his
"No, ma'am," was Tommy's re
ply, "there ain't no ball games on
rainy days." Yonkers Statesman.
BETTY BROWN FINDS FASHION
HAS SENSIBLE MOODS
. . r
Dame Fashion has her sensible
moods as well as her flights of frivol
ity here's the coat suit to prove it
Mme. Alia Ripley, president of the
Fashion Art League of America, who
devised this sensible little gown,
showed me a charming model in olive
green serge with blouse of sand-colored
The skirt is box-pleated with nar
row straps set horizontally around
the hips and there's a girdle and col
lar of black satin -and an ornamental
pocket of the serge.
As a three-piece suit it is iust the
thing for shopping or general utility
take off the coat and you nave a
charming little frock, pretty enough
for a tea or a' matinee' and cool
enough for the-warmest summ.er.day,
-.llfMi-i-fi.,ki" fri'AdUniJ.iiSniht, '.Sir'tfc.