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man became impatient Suddenly
"Where?' 'stammered Bennett.
"Where?" echoed Home. "Why, to
Minnie, of course. She'd give me fits
if I didn't bring you back to supper."
Bennett found his hands taken ini
Home's strong clasp.
"Come along, my boy,' 'said Home.
BABY BUNTING'S SUMMER WARDROBE ISN'T.
IT COOL AND COMFY
For little men and little women just
kicking out of their trailing baby
clothes into their first short dresses
here's a "baby trousseau" that's com
plete and very practical and the
best thing about it is that it may be
made up at little expense.
The outfit includes the little shirt,
which is softest flannel, and a coat,
a slip, a petticoat and drawers. Nain
sook, which you can buy for 25 cents
a yard, and sometimes less, is very
good material for the slip, petticoat
and drawers, and you'll find at econ
omy to buy the goods in 10-yard
quantities, either 36 or 40 inches
Bedford cord is the ideal materials
for the washable summer coat, andYi
the little hood may be made of wash-
able white silk or nainsook. Smock--;
ing, which is as fashionable for ba-,i
bies as grownups just now, will be a
pretty finish for "Baby Bunting's"
Soft little sandals of white canvas
are cool and comfortable for baby's
"tootsies." They cost 50 cents, which
is cheap, because they can be easily
cleaned with soap, water and a brusbu