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"Ob, Jerry!" she exclaimed, trying
"I'm not looking for pity," he said.
"Marjorie, do you think you could
have that kind of faith, you know
the kind you spoke of if a woman
really loved a man? Would you be
willing to wait and be poor with
"Jerry," she said, "we wouldn't be
poor. We have each other."
"Dear little woman, we won't be
so very poor, after all. I've just
signed a big contract It looks so
good we'll have a real wedding tour."
THIS IS SAD
A man has no time to be decent to
He gets up early in the morning
with a grouch and has to leave be
fore it does. Consequently he has
no time to be decent to her in the
He arrives at the office feeling fine,
and he continues to feel fine until
along in the afternoon, when his du
ties begin to crab and fag him. J$y
the time he gets home at night he is
disgruntled for the evening. Then
he has no time to be decent to her in
On Sunday he is too worn out with
the work of the week to do anything
but eat and mope.
The average man has plenty of
good disposition, but no time to prac
tice it on his wife.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS MAKE OWN
GOWNS AT A BIG SAVING
Sioux City, la., April 17. High
school girls of this city are designing
and making their own dresses as a
saving of from $10 to $25 on each
All the girls have to pay for is the
material. Teaching them to make
the dresses is part of the education
given them in the public high
schools. When done, the girls may
either wear or sell them.
More than 70 girls are already tak
ing the course, which is in its first
year. M. G. Clark, superintendent of
city schools, is heartily in favor of
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A judge in Alton, Mo., has decided
that to constitute a breach of peace
profanity must be audible( at least
15 feet away.