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3 """" A Game Files on a Card.
"' Cut soveral small pieces of card-
, board nbout tho bIzo of a visiting: card
tt and draw six flies on oach, numbering
f them from ono to six. Tho object of
Jj tho game is to sco who can first cover
, all the flies. Each player In turn
iff 'throws with tho dlo and covers the
t fly corresponding to tho number
V - hrown. Ho who covers or kills nil
It tl fllo8 first, wins. As a variation
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eighteen pieces can bo used, each
Tjj player throwing threo times Instead
L f of once. After tho flrst threo throws
r ' tlio game begins to get exciting, as
fj I the exact numbers necessary to fill
iJjK'' tho card aro soldom thrown.
',P Quotations Tor Christmas Gifts.
Tho selection of a quotation which
Jy is appropriate to sond with a Christ-
rv"n mas gift may bo of value to our read-
. i ers.
' m With some trifling present, wrlto:
- "My good will is groat, though tho
jj gift bo small." Shakespeare.
K With a pair of gldves:
m "Wfro a pair, if over there was
K ono." J Dickens.
iHr . - .,,Wltla teacup and saucgr: ,
Trf For days of Auld Lang Syne."
nj With a Ashing rod:
- W "Tho angler's prido, and tho artist's
J? ' Aro tho speckled trout In tho mountnin
jj.,w With a hook of travel:
jp "It takes a mind out of doors."
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With awork-bng, tho old proverb:
"It is never too late to mend."
With a shaving cup or shaving caso:
"Much ado about nothing."
With a tobacco Jnr and plpo:
. t ' "Tho man who smokes, thinks llko
"J" a sago and acts llko a Samaritan."
A With a tankard:
J "It's a long tankard that can not bo
f With a calendar:
I . "Wrlto It on your heart that ovory
I e day Is tho best day In tho year."
bk- With a chango purso:
II " "Wo must expect chango."
; '.. With a box of cigars:
! jjffj. "Our host romulns aro ashes."
i $& Horaco Odes.
i t& . "To waft theo from distraction."
Tg With a caso for telegraph blanks:
l "Tako all tho swift advantago of tho
f j , hours."
I ' ' With cigarettes :
j "Swift as a shadow,
Short as any droam."
Midsummer Night's Dream.
' "f "Like .angels visits, short and
bright." John Norrio.
With a silk umbrella:
I , "Dry as tho romnlned biscuit after
, a voyago." As You Llko It
g With cards or whist countors:
I "Whist, thon, dollghtful whist, my
thomo shall bo." A. Thompson.
An Invitation to a Christmas dinner:
"Lol now is como our Joyfull's feast."
V "It Is tho Blessed Christmas Tido
Tho Christmas lights aro all aglow."
Y E. F. P., In Montreal Herald.
'i1 A Boy's Reproof,
j , A boy came to tho door of a lady's
M - houso and nskod If Rho did not wish
some berries, for ho had been out all
day gathering thorn.
"Yes," said tho lady, "I will take
thorn." So she took tho basket and
stepped into the houso, tho boy re
maining outside, whistling to some
canary birds hnnglng In their cages
on the porch.
"Why don't you como In and sco
that I measure your berries right?"
said the lady. "How do you Know
but I may cheat you?"
"I am not afraid," said tho boy, "for
you would get tho worst of It."
"Got tho worst of It," said tho lady;
"what do you mean by that?"
"Why, madam," said tho boy, "I
should only lose my berries, and you
would make yourself a thief. Don't
you think you would bo getting tho
worst of It?"
The boy was right. Let this bo
borno In mind; tho ono who does a
wrong to another always gets tho
worst of it. Detroit Tribune.
Queer Traps for Monkeys.
In some tropical countries tho na
tives have unlquo ways of trapping tho
rrtonkoy, Ono of them, as explained
by n traveler, is this:
Tho hunters walk about In short
boots In sight of tho monkeys. Thon
thoy take tho boots off, place some
gum in tho bottoms, and leavo thom
on tho ground, withdrawing to a great
Presently tho monkeys como down
from tho trees, try on tho boots, and
when the hunters como after thom
tho boots stick to thom, thoy aro un
able to climb, and aro thus easily cap
tured. A Pretty Present.
This Httlo affair is ornamental as
well as useful and should bo approcl-
ated by a friend of either sex. Tako
two egg-shaped pieces of cardboard
covered with llnon, place a rosette of
narrow sntln ribbon on each sldo to
hold together, leaving a long loop
of the ribbon to afford a moans of
suspending it. A spray of berries and
holly would give it a timely touch.
Tho berries ombroldered in bright
rod and tho leaves in dull green silks.
Tho ribbon is to match tho red in tho
berries, and tho lining of tho holder
of green silk. Tho holdor could bo
mado of silk, satin or denjm and In
placo of embroidery thojppray could
bo painted. Xk
A Deer Goes to School.
Llttlo girls do not oftenjhavo such n
plnymato as camo unannounced to tho
schoolhouso at SprucoRi!"' '" the
Stato of Now Jersey. whai do 'u
think It was?
Mamie and Oladysjvnd Elizabeth
The Little Doe Became Quite Bold,
and Margaret and, oh, so many other
llttlo girls were doing sums and locat
ing in thoir geographies tho lands of
whisk nnoou holder.
This whisk broom holdor may bo
mado of cardboard, starched llnon or
of crocheted macromo cord and
starchod.-' It may bo docorated with
sprays of flowers or a design embrold-
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tho Chinaman and tho Jap, just too ,
good for anything, whoji In through
tho door camo a deer. It was a young
doo, tho light of love nnd timidity In
its great, brown eyesand Just trem
bling with fear. Of cofjnt tho children
woro frightened. Tho only deer thoy
had over seen werqfln the zoological
gardons. Some of tho llttlo girls got
up on thoir seats and others hid be
hind their books. Gladys screamed and
it mado every ono pf them shiver.
Now tho pretty jjlttle doo became
qulto bold, and wlme Elizabeth was
holding Gladys' hanjjjand begging her
to bo quiet tho tocher approached
tho deor and pnttoiitn glossy nock. It I
r ,1lcod to-bo-pytte J,Py,fct.-V'uHd..l
ren saw how realty 'beautiful It was
and tho friendship that Its soft eyes
expressed thoy recovered very quickly
from their fright. Thoy also patted
its slcok sides, and this so tickled tho
llttlo doo that it wrinkled its nose too
funny for anything. It was so happy
to havo so many dear friends.
Then, what do you think. It ran on
to tho playground and at recess timo
It was still thero, eating tho grass nnd
frisking about tho lawn In ovidont
gloo. Tho llttlo girls thought Miss Jon
ny thnt is tho name thoy gavo it
would llko a cookie. Did Miss Jonny
eat tho cookio? Youmay just imag
ine that she did. Awl.sho liked It so
well with tho other jdellcaclos tho
children brought, that Miss Jenny
refused to leave. And now every
day at recess tho children play with
and feed their now ?rlond. It Is timid
no longer, because It has found some
ono to lovo It. Tho girls aro go'ng to
buy a shining collar for thoir pet, and
who shall say that Miss Jonny will not
bo proud? Now York jEIernld.
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ored. Tho ribbon wllHio arranged as
in tho picture. A whisk broom holder
In ovory room of a houSa is acceptable
to nil housokoepiTs. andmakoB a pret
ty wall ornament J"$
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