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ell ti leatee hoir nl'e !t that it 'rnitt lJ,
all would hael. beetli \wl %%th h.er.
Ml ind li,.n kit w -hI, ,ueht ti Sit.
uni thoi l, e;.r..s, fr th,. ,re icirly
readi t l l it I i th b ti fir It ile little rtl. hIlt
'Ow felt, it w, u l lt wt atter; ihe .i
llit M ftu l ai b l iil kh t lit f thf tll il
dangers l l th it ,"iast,, i ,, r. ',l dir. th.
F o x h a l l Ie ft h i-< h ,t m u h a it llotrnin' i
with the htitentlilt of hrilt i'- Ibai k th*
for lhis diriier i I nli 1t ' i 'lu: 'p h.nt, ailt
ýIt(Id itInll ic.tii ;i- \ t.1" Ilil . ner.
Mr. Fix ai hitlig rii .t hatick of d11i
C'hl.til iof bu-he- Ie'ir the h llitii t Ipla'' ti l
WhI'lere th. h \trl1t I r.'. rilli hl l iyrlly\
had Mai: iln ilei be;lllun to r l(.;l,' l i r
when, pouce.. ar-. FIox hlinl her uilI lr
Into his hiie he Iput her. hii:Id tir-t.
But thten MIr. Fox 'itwe to it .treamt iie.
he hal to eros Ii at deeowt to rc-t ,i
land then he tocaril sonetcihing aboutit
chicketns and li'.teiecfd.
"W hatlt is thilt tllculit fllue ilricke'll " % it
he askeld. He
Maidrni ITen told hit thenl of the
beautiful whilte eggs In a niest where l ee
,wYra r4T r I
no one would find It and she knew
her eggs would spoil. If only she had
time to hatch them she would not
feel so badly about going with Mr.
Fox. "But I have neglected my duty."
she told him. "I should not have left
the nest this morning." pe
"I'll tell you what I'll do." he said. Ti
"If you will take me to the nest I'll o
let you go. Of course I am to have my
pick of two of the chickens when they
Madam Hen waited a minute and
then she said she would agree to do
this if Mr. Fox would take her back
to the place he found her, "for my
nest is in some hay not far from
there," she told him.
Mr. Fox should have known that a
mother would give her own life to
save her children, but as he was a
bachelor he knew nothing about such
things, so he took up the bag and
When he reached the place where
be had found her he let Madam Hen
out, but he took good care to hold
her by one leg while he tied a string
to her before he let her go.
"If you make a sound," he told her,
"off comes your head."
But Madam was not thinking of
making any noise. She had another
plan, and if It worked off would come
HOW DO YOU SAY IT?
sy CN. L&as
Common Errrs in English and 7
I How to Avoid Them
u*WHOQ, "WHOM', AND "WHICH." I,
T HE relative pronouns, "who,"
"whom," and "whose" should be
,used only in speaking or writing of
ipersons; when reference is made to
eanlmals or inanimate objects, the
proper usage require the use of
"which" and "of which." (But,
'"whose" may be used instead of "of
'which" when the use of the latter ex
preeslon makes the phrase or sentence d
iawkward or harsh.)
Do not say, "Thoee which say so
are mistaken." Say, "Those who say -
so are mistaken." Do not say, "He
Ibas some Mrends which I know." Say,
'"He has some friends whom I know."
It is curious to note that Dr. Sam
tuel Johnson, the famous English
'writer of the eighteenth century, and
compiler of the standard dictionary of
hli time, was gluilty of this error. In
'hls novel, "Raelas" he said: "Fre
. qently every fowl whom nature has
Y taught to dip the wing in water." In
iteed of "whom" he should have writ
A UNE O' CHEER
John Kendrick Bangs.
THE BANK OF CHEER.
I'd start a BICk If so T could
Where I could store the things of
That come Into my days:
The wealth of Love and Joyous
The Good Will of my fellows here
That drives away all sense of tear
That lurks along my ways.
And when the coffers all were full
-r Balaces Delectable
S .. - I'd take my Check-Book olt.
An '"M: - - a good Sight-Draft to all
2 :'." SL?.:l , .' • - " dully In the thrall
-" ' _" ~ ._ "the grimy pall.
. pe- " " 'ness and DeuMbt.
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M1r. 1,x' · head lierhasli. , . ,lie led
hlna qiit ly I au k of tht' iarn to till
1- , t" hint ;t11t ]"t hill 1,"1.k in.
S tur'" ll:iul, th rt" \\i4a th.e In'e t with
i thll. ' . r . ' i." ' i M r. ,,. :, 11a
rl. 1r'. 'fx : l.: l ,~ ntlil :it thtl rther
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lr b t h, thuicht ni thint g of that. .11i he
ni .1 ;',lor \o :-' that the i a '1 w11 tiwai M.all
' ie h I ::,t ht} '. he liec lI the, trititig h. l
S till a11 kLat . Itld hrit to l \e t hio right
tr th. re n til th i i ng- ther hat ht el.
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L h' th n I1t te I ' 1po .. Itl his t,: idl l'. in tll
,-. if "iti. l i, kr te f tuIr. ,co'lx s
etr:iiW i ng thrl lh that ti her oi ttenilng
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W t X ii i h : c ill, Itlr' t hi ( "i,: 111.. l(ii t lillu-hi
III' Miitlanti ilenii in hii hurry nearly off
'h hi'ler nli<t. l hilio hl(u ld ,d, 7iiil aIu ft lr
tlrp I ltp, ! the stringl fa tiwtln l tI .M:adlal i
i in' h'er 11g ald orkel out lljut as she
',mt idehi+i 'ln.
ut .1 .la:.m lion hal l 1 iiil1l,' hetir net In
Illr. i yr s llctl t th v,'y back
" here i .he ill I ard hl( r broken away
nii ll a ol 1 in the fn'.'l wihle another
the .lor to Ills Bonse, so no one but .11r.
're ltil. kne'w her secret, lnd. ft'eling he
nlust take ,:414)d ,are (.f her, he looked
In minny times during the day to see
that all teis well.
MIlnlum lihn kneew if once she could
get hack on the nest she was saved,
and her plan worked out just as she
hail espected it would.
I BEAUTY CHATS K
Sby Edna Kent Forbes
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T IIEIRE is comparatively little
one can do to beautify the nose at
--except to keep the skin absolutely at
perfect and keep it clean and healthy. q1
This means to correct a tendency to tl
nose bleed, to have all adenoids re- n'
hould d Condition hi
Thand Noes. I Liable to Infection and
Should be Kept in Good Condition.
moved and to keep the nasal passages
in such condition that they will not
harbor disease germs.
Disease enters through the throat C
and nose. Many serious affections
can be caught and stopped by using a
Snone and throat spray with some
simple disinfectant like diluted perox
ide, salty water, or some solution with
pine in it. Adenoids, by clogging the
passage where air enters. Induce
mouth breathing with its consequent
disfigurement of the mouth and stupid
expression of the face. Catarrh. Indl
Gladys George i
This charming "movie" star is a
native of Maine and has been on the
stage practically all her life. She
played her first role at the age of
three with a stock comapny at Wa
. terbury, Conn., and since that time
has appeared with many notable stage
gestion. deafness, and other ills de
structive to beauty, follow this.
S Nose b)leed is an annoying affliction,
and is due frequently to an over- se
abundance of blood. Doctors fre
Squently let a little blood now and
to then, in people troubled by frequent
nose bleed. It is also In some cases
a danger signal of trouble in the
heart or lungs--enough so that people I
troubled with irregular and Irritating
nose bleed would do well to be exam
If the cause is in misplacement or pi
enlargement of the veins Inside the th
nose, a doctor can cure the trouble.
Temporary relief comes from putting
a piece of lee on the spine, ..or stop
ping the nose with cotton for a time.
THER day I go veesit Fat Stock
Ind show een one place but I no lika
ver mooch. Ever seence one time
when I lose tree hundreed dolla I no
gotta any use for da stock. Dat time
not I buy da fake stock and deesa kind s
ees fat stock--mebbe no deefrence
oat only leetle bit. I dunno. a
oAnyway eee plent cows and sheeps
ga and bulls eon dat show when I go P
veesit. Some da time you could see
da bull but mosta time you hears da
bull. Seems like eese more bull en
dat place as een congres or da Bul
eat Dat place where I go eeas calla Union
ipid Stock Yards. Mebbe all da cattle be
odl- long weeth da union, I dunno. I
feegure eel unialon cattle getta sama
wages like a union breeck layers ees
no taka ver moocha time getta fat.
Two, tree week steady work getta fat
and rich same time.
But I dunno somatlng bouta cattle.
I aska one guy wot good ees da peeg c
for. He say peei maka pork chop, e
cow maka beefasteak and da sheep
make lamb stew. I aska heem eef da
bull maka bullion and he says I was I
craze een da head.
I no say somating, but ees one ting
I no feegure out. Jusa between you
and me and no fc' spreads round. I 1
walks all day een $at place looka for
something. I wanja see wot da ani
mal looka like whlosa maks da ham
Wot you tink?
Ilinw itita ted
Q UEEN ELIZABETH'S reign start
ed the fashion of high heels for
I women's shoes. The pair of her shoes
which is preserved to the present date
must have made her three Inches tall- I
er when she wore them. The heels
were added to increase the height of
the wearer to so make her more statse
ly and Impressive.
Does Not Marriage, Oftener Than Not,
Result in the Triumph of Man? L
By GEORGES CLEMENCEAU, in "Surprises of Life."
lThe qu t.tion of love anll nuarria.,e hai: malfte: l
.. the mnost olihssiin' intre-t for hl:umialikilld. 'lo '. I
Sttst the weak-that is to .ay,, tfe w mlan a:.l hIi
c I (,tbill-against the caprie' of the st.:'ni is a--ire lv J
the duty of society. But who wilt claim thi:t n:arr:
' as ilritit:ltel iby law and practiced by cust,,ntl, I r- I
... * .. . forn l that tlioi', an l i, t e nol( t ce ft,.r,,r th!lan l i rv:uilt tnt
in the triumph, whether ju-t or unjust, of nan?
'There' are lihappy mai:lrri:i~ . wh:ilte\r ttovelt'i t
say. There art. liarri.,lT ,lll s who lr\ z . Ih , t!tr.t
anti live hllappily tgel ,her t,, tlh,' enil, of thir I ';t. ." T
'TIhere arce also unlhappy niul . "I alone know whlre iV y s., in, 11'." I
said a ichIrantt d .\nl t'rlail. wlthen ci ratiilat l uni his haptyV homi'.
Men or u lt'ione . n rT'tt llunlllt. rs il iv l!i(the ;111'.
"Life,." sail the .\i-e M t.k ullatnlr ha. "N1< a pr,,,, in of ,eh'lg.hts. .\:
soli as Ile ha.' isahp,,ared. nloth,'r has -itartt l u lpon its. way. It 1a\ ol
,be a more t r l,<- ln41i tltie in1 arri Ii'. ,uit ho oln e will w 1 Icruhze \ valtiln_ e
for it, and the waitlng i of:ll the. h t :a 11;i1 cits out o f it."
I know ,f hi Lrmater terror thian to -l .pp -e that extrairiia:arr aldven
tures are what lak, life. i :'t'4stinig. If ,i'e lot S cl .... e t:in, that
the truly lnliarltllts 1 ht .'s are t} -t' that Ilapi'uin to u1- evertr day, siidi
that ul i l !s. iam.'_ r thlrui-t, ', i lit om t ll,!tilt a.e'l4il,'n . \ii n, ,llfc : Ilnyim J;
hli r,. j,:l'r,, . !r;l .t1 I.,-, and tr, :i!, V.ry, art in r ,:ilit t ii lu :ir
ilitidttIit ill the ,'i rll, ,uis ,Iranlia i 4f tur , .41!l',,i4 life f:'ilm tirth to deaith. r
Uncle Sam's Is the World's Biggest
Business and the Worst Managed.
By C. FRANK REAVIS of Nebraska, in Saturday Evening Post.
'lTheit \ (rllll litlt of the I nited Stat's is lthe world's ugga.t bu-intes";
it is lik'ewise the world's worst managed busins. is.
There are thirty-nine sparate go\ernintal agencllies handling en
the gineering, architectural and public-work functions, all of a relatled kind.
She There is no goa4,dl reason why all thtee ag~'neies should not be ct,-ordinalied
of in one delartmenit and abo,ut thirt\v-6tight of the uselvEs organizat ion s done i
away with. There are twenty-six go\vertiiental agenciels eniga.2ged in stir- i
tage veying and nlalping: there are twenty-seven separate and distinct agtn'l
cies engaged in public-building operatioins; there are sixteen agencies It
authorized to, build roads; there are nineteen engaged in hydraulic con- n
struction; there are sixteen doing work on rivers; there are ten engaged l
in public-land functions; there are fifteen doing chemical investigation ti
connected with public-work operations; there are twenty-two doing en.
gineering and research. G
- For instance, it may be of interest to state that while the government a
l has been issuing sixteen cookbooks and consuming ,ast quantities of print
de- palper in these and similar useless publications, 1;300 country-town rnews
tion. papers have suspended in the last threo months because they could not ci
over- secure print paper. tl
tre- The departments have been in their present condition for many T
and years and under both political parties. Every man familiar with the sit- d
,aet uation is impressed with the urgent need of reorganization.
tile I am very certain that the elimination of duplications and over- c,
Sople lapping in the departments will result in the saving of $300,000,000 a e
n year. There is no reason why it shoull not be done. t
There is every reason, in the presence of the strife and turmoil that b
it or prevail in this country and of the unrest occasioned by the high cost of J
the the necessaries of life, that the government should be put upon a sane, d
tting efficient and economical basis.
Happy Is the Man Who Is "Never Less
Alone Than When By Himself."
By LYNN HAROLD HOUGH, Former Pres't Northwestern Univ.
"Maxwell is a fine chap. lie's as keen as a steel blade. lie has a
laugh tucked away in every pocket. He can get on with any crowd. But,
he doesn't know how to be alone." So a clever fellow, who was the life 1
of his group, was described by one of his friends.
There are a good many men who are quite helpless when they are
alone. They think in quick responsive contact with other minds. They 1
glow with the sense of life as they mingle with other people. But they t
stock have no inner resources. They are thin and empty when they are alone.
P llka If there are too many of these men, it is a bad thing for the nationL
time in which they are. The great words are written and the great deeds ar e
Sdone by the men who know how to wrest deep secrete from the grasp of
kind solitude. They think alone. They dream alone. They read alone. They
rence plan alone. They come forth to the days of splendid achievement. They
are not hermits; they are like people. They spend much time with
Speople. But they find a way to possess those hours of silence and solitude I
d see when the mind wakes and grows. I
nion I Man, to Fight the Influenza, Must Go
'' 1 Back to the Old-Time Nightcap.
a fat. By LOUIS SAINT MAURICE, Prench Ph~yican.
attle. Years ago, when nighteaps were universally worn, no one ever had
pee colds, either in the head or in the chest. LIgrippe was unknown, influ
chop, enza had never been hard of.
dn On the other hand, art and literature of the past, well up to the
I was Eighteenth century, show that every one, rich and poor, young and old,
men and women, all wore nightcaps. Toward the end of the Eighteenth
Sn n century the nightcap began to fall into disuse, and in less than 100 years
und. I it has practically disappeared.
ka for On the other hand, the need of protection for the head during the
h night has increased. The protecting shell of bone, the cranium, is getting
thinner to make room for the larger brain.
Investigation proves that a cold in the head is the necessary setting
for an attack of influenza. Further investigation shows that in an over
whelming majority of cases, a cold is "caught" during the night, while
one is in bed. As a preventive against the Spanish "flu," there is not a
better precaution than wearing a woolen nightcap.
Jane Burr (Mrs. Horatio Winslow), author of "The Passionate
Spectator"--I can't stand marriage. What I want is romance--and mar
riage just knocks it on the head. I like men, but I can't have them in
start- the house. A husband, to my notion, mlght have a home of his own
wI for where I could stay if I wished to, and I wouldn't mind having him as
t late my guest once in a while. HIe interferes with one's work. A husbandl
Stal- should be a sort of week-end institution-but a short weetk-end.
staM Kenesaw Mountain Landis, Federal Judge--Don't worry about me
handling the two jobs. My schedule is already arranged. I'll do it all
riaht. Now I'll have something to ocup my sars time
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1 i LESSON FOR DECMBER 26
r JESUS FEEDS THE IJLTITUDE.
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flCleS ! t14o hard for Lih. lhe sight of t hel
C coil- liultitht,' as1 sheep witliout a sheep- 13
Il, age( i herd nioved him to pity.
w II. Jesus Feedingthe Hungry Mul.
ration titude (vvi. 13-21).
ag en Aeorklilng to the onnec'tlo in Jalhu
6:1-14 the real purx.ee of thi.s Inir
nn ent acle wans to sho4w lhiieif us the lBreadii
of Eternal Life tnt do\vw fromii
print heaven. r
niewi- 1. Jesus' conference with the di(- jig
Id not clples (v'. 15-IS). (1.) The dis- A
ciples' request (v. 15). They asked i
tllit the mnultitude be sent away. di
many They knew that they were in a
he sit- desert pllace, therefae prudence would -
Indicate tlhat they would go to the
village to buy victuals, (2) Jesus'
over- commannd (v. 10). "Give ye thetl to tr
,000 a eat." Suchl a comnand would have
been utter foolishnes had lie 110not .s- be
S sessed the power tocreate the supply;
il that but always with ;he comnnand of
cost of Jesus goes the power to do. (3) The I
Ssane, disciples' perplexity (v. 17.) They
sahl "We have but l'e loaves and two cl
fishes." They were counting on their I
meager resources leaving Christ out th
To be iface to face with the humanlyl h
impossible Is a threefold benefit (a) To
make us feel our dependence upon
Christ; (b) to drive us to lihn for
His help in our ned; (c) to lend us
to give thle glory to Him for results. th
2. Jesus' method in feeding the
ni, multitude (vy. IS-21.) (1) The
Lord's part. Hi created the pro
visions. He is able to create that
has a which will meet the needs, of the ir
But hungry multitude. (2) The people's f
part. They wire to sit and eat. o
the life They were not responsible for the cre -
ation of the suuliy nor its distribu
tion, but they were responsible for
obedlence. (3) The disciples' part.
TIhey This was to take that which the Mas
at they ter had blessed gad distribute it. We
alone, are laborers together with God. God
nation has made us partuers in the salvrtlon
of the world. h
d III. Jesus Alone in the Mountains a
rasp of Praying (vv. 22, 23).
Thor 1. He Induced the disciples to get
into the ship (v. 22). The reason for
this was that He desired to keep them
from being mixed up with the crowd,
olitude for they desired to force him to be
2. Multitudes were dismissed (v. 28).
This was to prevent the multitude from
trying to force Rim to be king. When
they saw His waderful ability to feed
the hungry multitude they desired to
have such a msa made king.
3. Preying alohe (v. 23). He doubt,
less was praying for the disciples. He
knew what trials they would have to
undergo. Haviag been induced by
Him to enter the ship and being over
taken by the stera, they mere doubt
rer had less tempted to think that a mistake
i, influ- had been made; but we should learn
that the way which the Lord would
have us go is not always without its
to the storms. In fact, the storm is a pretty
gd old, good Indication that it is the Lord's
. Doubtless He also went apart to
commune with the Father in order to
gain relief and strength for Hhimself,
ing the especially since the multitude were
now ready to make Him king. It was
ettin no doubt a real temptation to Him.
setting One Learns to Lean.
In over- It came to me on one of the Christ
t, while ma. holy days (not holidays), for the
ever-present pain will not give me one;
la and who can he merry and sing soans
when the muscles ache and the nerves
quiver? But one may have holy days
even then, and perhnps holler 0n44.s
Asionate than when health Is girding the lintl4s
td mar- with strength and hope quilcketinn
themi ~ the heart's pulses. In Iealth we are
too apt to say htoldly, 1 '41n stiioIlailoni .
and the earth Is my ft'oth5Il. in sIck
him at n1es oie needs to lean. atl 44144' leirns
husband to iean, and .,ne loves to 1li1n. we
go to the Fat!er tllen, even as timid
children, who. thinking at mnorn!ng
they can live without a noother, at
bout mn evening cling to her witlth tight lhandls
n it I and fall nse'ep sweetly on her breast.
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E. FOR INDI
1'hatI s Dr.
col ery', for Fifty y
:'' , :: re podlarl thm
, 1 . '.. the relhef it
as i;, and
, , ! t and t}r
( - c i ,1 hve made
, . r. ., ,,. - the standa5 r
" , i st i. Irriha ldr upd
i ; ' ..: i a,l its gR,,
9', At a!l d o.,.,
$1 3t &.
'. For coldsand
t The ResultsofCo '
a: , i " . t, hes, ti' snsn t
: ,) , r. It I'ter in the
I - . ( r:e, this hea
.I :4 (- , :hti n hy taking p
i :. I ,1I g',d ecery da
the -t" in cln and "1"
ol 1 ri .'3 cents. AlldrtLt
el'- When the body begiz
and movement becoaao
lie is usually an indicab.m
kidneys are out of ord
M ul. ithse organs bea hby*
bhe world's standard ut
(1i- liver, bladder and unrit m
lis- Famous since 1696. Tas
esked teep in good health. Is
ay. druggists. Quaranteed
in a tsk fee0ahe CeGh
Sthe His Clas
lesu' "Smilfkins gives every il
mn to tracts his fancy a silk
have "flitn hlie is somltblin id
The HALL'S CATARRH
T y do what we claim for It-eas
y Deafness caused by CatarLn
1 twvO claim to cure any other
their HALL'S CATARRH
liquid, taken Internally, sl
SOUt, the blood upon the mUalme
ninlyl I the system, thus redMch t
tion and restoring norus
) To All Druggists. Circliar
upon F. J. Cheney & Co, Tdel
i fIr Obvious Procdrl
Id "How rapturously he is
the beau:lty of her liquid
: the "S! lie is drinking it
pro- Why Suffer With
that When there is permsm_
f the In your reach? It mSht
ople's form you have, what 11
I eat, or how long standil.
e re teed. If not benefited
trh- MONEY BACK wlthet
e ior quibble. Address I, MI
ar Rock, Ark.-Adv.
Mas- If your dog comes a
I. W meet you we'll trust 71
itlon What cares lofty DiUs
lug dog?-Latlf PRok
to e Vase
red to Re U .SL
ted by PET I
out its A
aie one; brian
ly days thar
Wn. w Coughs