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turn," she answered. "His eyes are
like the eyes of a dumb animal,
Harry. Have you not seen them?
And I can't it breaks my heart, but
I saw that itliad-come as a test to
her. I felt confident that her hus
band's useless life served no other
purpose now but to develop the high
est in her. And she had risen to it
nobly. I felt quite sure the man would
I saw Miriam Joyce turn back and
dash her hand across her streaming
eyes. And at that moment I heard
a choking gasp from the bed, saw
her run to the dying man and kneel
A clot of blood, they said, such as
forms rarely after operations and
may cause immediate death if car
ried into the heart It may have been.
But at least the paradox was an odd
one and my vision in the operating
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
SOME HINTS ABOUT CHOOSING
TOYS FOR BABY
Since a baby wants to put every
thing in his mouth, his toys must be
those that can safely be used in this
way. They should be washable and
should not have any sharp points or
corners to hurt the eyes.
Painted articles and hairy and
woolen toys are unsafe, as are ob
jects small enough to be swallowed,
and those having loose parts such as
bells and beads.
If the fly paper has been turned up
side down don't despair. Rub the
sticky spot with kerosene.
Give the inside of the bureau
urawers a coat of white enamel if
you would have them always fresh
and easy to keep clean.
Be methodical. Method in every
thing is most valuable. It promotes
comfort It saves a large expenditure
of time. It avoids numberless incon
yeniences. It is essential to the dis
patch of all business in the home.
What is well arranged proceeds with
ease and regularity.
'TAILOR MADES" IN BLACK AND
This black and white "tailor made"
is a very good model for gaberdine
or for linen. The skirt with panel and
yoke is cut in one with full kilted
skirt and the jacket is cut in one with
the front with a circular flare set In
across the back.
The band at the front and back is
hand-embroidered in black. The set
in pockets finished with black ar
row heads and the vestee of black
and white carry out the combination
very effectively. ,