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And note that she's just the kind
that gives a nit-wit the once over
and calls it enough.
Ever stop to think that the man
ners of the girl you many reflect
A PIANO CASE
By Mary Urie Watson,
Domestic Science Expert Ontaria
The articles required are a bottle
of olive oil, a bottle of alcohol, some
Hew or perfectly clean canton flan
nel, a perfectly clean chamois, and
a basin of water.
Wet a small piece of the flannel
and drop on it a few drops of oil.
Rub with the wet flannel a small
section of the case at a time, and im
mediately rub it thoroughly with a
dry piece of the flannel before pro
ceeding to a fresh section.
Polish with chamois or a fresh
piece of flannel. Rub with the grain
of the wood and breathe on it occa
sionally to help remove "any oiliness
that may remain. A very little flour
rubbed with the grain of the wood
will also help remove oiliness, but its
use should not be necessary.
Wash the piano keys with a cor
ner of the flannel wet with alcohoL
Be careful to avoid touching the
wood with the alcohol, as it will ruin
PATIENCE WORTH'S BABY!
Will This Child, Adopted at Direction of Ouija-
Board, Have the Power To Rip the Veil That
Enshrouds Future World?
St Louis, Mo., April 2. Will a
baby girl, a red-haired tot only a few
months old, be the child of destiny
who will sweep aside the veil which
separates the Here from the Here
after. Will Patience Worth, miracle baby,
whose adoption was directed by an
unseen hand, break down the bar
riers that prevent free communica
tion between the living and dead?
St. Louis today is asking these
questions as the remarkable infant
develops toward her first brithday at
the home of her foster-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Curran.
Interest in the child has spread far
beyond St Louis, for scientists study
ing psychic phenomena are asking:
Who is Patience Worth, the mys
terious personage who talks to the
Currans through their "weegee-board"?
How did she know the instant this
baby was born, and direct the Cur
rans as to her adoption?
Why are this baby's eyes, hair and
features exactly like those described
by the unseen "Patience" in a por
trait of herself?
And will this baby inherit from her
spiritual godmother the power to
bridge the gap between the world
and the after-life?
The baby Patience coos and crows
contentedly, little bothered by the
attention showered upon her, but al
ready enthusiasts of the Patience
cult are seeing in her eyes a far
away look which they interpret to
mean that the infant is receiving the
first dim communication from her
For several years the ouija-board
writings of Patience Worth have
been coming to Mrs. Curran. Pa-