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To smile at someone in the clutch
Of black despair and greet.
A lonely heart-it isn't much,
But, oh. it makes life swoot.
When a poor young man proposea
snarrlage to a young woman employed
and earning c
good salary, th(
first serious prob.
ten they discust
is whether the
girl should con.
tinue in her posi.
tion or drot
after she has as.
sumed the busi.
ness of wifehood.
It Is usually a
to the girl to help
fill the fatully cof
fers and ' she
coiixes so hard
she wins her hue
band over to ler
View of -a, mat
ter wlich seems susceptible to'solu
Still retaining her position though
A bride seems actually to have a tinge
-of romance ;cdnnected with her anbli
tion. She quite believes that hubby
.und she lead ideal lives. Of course
she gets the breakfast-cereals, eggs,
baker's rolls, coffee. Then both hurry
, on their wraps, with an eye on the
clock, turn thi key in the door and
hurry off. chattering and laIghint: to
gether to catch their different ears.
'hey generally arrive home at the
same hour at night, he having to stop
to buy the meats and such articles,
while she buys the lighter articles from
the corner grocery.
The rooms do smell a trifle mjusty
'After being closed all day, but they
dox't mind that. He reads the eve
ming paper to hier while she hustles
.round to get the supper. If she haE
had a hard day at her place of busi.
ness this added toil seems a bit irk
some, but she is careful not to let hub.
by surmise that. It is sure to be pasi
Irish Linen Sets.
Among the newest temptatins
to buy at the counter where the
table linens , are sold are the
luncheon napkins made especial
ly to go with Irish linen lunch
eon sets. Many a hostess has
been puzzled to know Just what
form of napkin to use with, th,
Irish linen setsI Madeira nap
kins, though dainty, are hardly In
keeping, and the conventional
damask napkins are no more so.%
But now we find the solution in
the form of linen squares, edged
about by an Irish lace pieot.
Many of them are simply this
and no more. Others are decorat
ed with an ornate monogram or
conventionlal design at one of thle
corners. WVhile these may be
bought at ai shop1 for something
like $8 or $9 a dozen, they, can
be very sImply and easily made
at home ; for the merest novIce
cani learn howv to make a picot
or Armenlfan cedge ; and that samue
novice can quite simply roll ii
on lnenl squares of correct lunch
* 1Mother's Cook Book
Shakespeare's mother was greater thar
her eon, for she bore and nursed him.
"The destiny of a child," saffU Nape
* Leon, "is ever a mother's work."
Food for the Young.
Whey has been proved to be a valu
able food. In many cases where thi
* mnilk disagrees with the baby the u1s<
of whey has saved its life. Wiley ma3
te made artificially by adding a junkel
tablet to a quart of luke warm milk
Heat the milk until It is just warmi
* dd the tablet, dissolved in- a table
spoonful of water, and stir wvell to muix
*then set it aside in a wvarm place foi
the milk to jeoll. Break up tile curI'
with a spoon and strain off tile whey
Serve either hot or cold withI or wvitha
* Out sweetening when ser'ved to ar
adult. Whenl served to a baby thle pro
-portions should be carefully given by a
Beef Tea Custard.
Beat the yolks of three eggs slightly
add a few grains of salt, and, vera
gradu~lly, a cupful of hot beef tea
cook .In a double boiler, stirring con
-stantly, untij the mIxture thaiicens
then pass it; through a fine sleve
$erve cold In custard cups. if permis~
aible this tea may be seasoned witti
c .elery or parsley.
~,Beef Extract Custard.
Beat an egg until white ahd yolk ari
'well mixed; add a few grains of sailt
a tablespoonful of beef extract, am
* bIalf a cupful of milk;i strain Into
buttered custard cup and set in a pai
of hot water to bake In a slow ovei
Whole Wheat Poods.
A grain of wheat contains 16 e
ehnts and these same susane 0
Ij:Mtats are found In the boy Tha
1* reason whyr whole Whyai tog
o fo the cehdrei ;'
men as Wives
seven when they sit down to the table
and fully eight ere they are finished.
Hubby proposes, that they shall go
to a show, but, dearly as sho would
like to accept, duty forbids.
"You can take an hour's walk. I
have something to do which prevents
me from accompanying you," she says.
It Is a relief to her to see hin out of
thei way for, a little while. He never
realizes the herculean tasks she ac
complishes in that short hour.' Those
four roomis are swept and dusted. I'he
bed (which they were obliged to leave
just as it was in the morning through
want of time) is made. Her white
waist, collars and cuffs are washed
and Ironed, the rent in her dress is
mended, the hole in his vest pocket 'Ia
darned, to say nothing of the washing
of dishes, pots and pans and tidying
One cannot work all day and all
night too. Housework soon becomes
i drag. In reckless desperation,- she
chooses between two courses-board
ing or patronizing the delicatessen
store. . '
-. Hubby does not thrive well on fiell
catessen dinners. He loses ambition.
They give up housekeeping and try
hoarding with results far from antis
During the month's vacation with
out pay which the young wife is
obliged to take, she tries the experi
ment of again starting housekeeping
r-nd using her days in having the house
work nil done and a sinoking hot,
tempting honemrade meal ready for
him to sit down to when he enterm the
house; in short, attending strictly to
i wife's business, building up her hus
band's strength and health to meet the
exacting daily labors ie must go
through. She has plenty of time to do.
the mrarketing and she is surprised
how far sire can make i dollar go.
They both conclude a wife's best
place Is in the home. The amount she
could earn outside of It does not comr
pensate for haphazard living, extra
night work and loss of health uir(
strength for both husband and wife.
FANS FORGET G
WHEN STAR .
Detroit Baseball Writer Roasts Crowd
Which Rides Donie aush When
Midget Has Bad Day.
Some members of the overheated
throng that attended a recent Sunday's
ball game in Detroit, a very few for.
tunately, Were guilty of a contenpti.
ble lack of sportsmrranshlip in "riding"
Donle Bush and "Rled" McKee. because
these players did not have particularly
successful plays In the. field, says a De
troit baseball writer.
It should be a source of shame to
Detroit fandom to iave among its
nrumbrer persons who would abuse Bush
for a couple of bad plays under the
conditions that prevailed at tire park.
Betweenr tire hreat rand tihe bai'ed coan
ditlon of tire infield, the little short
stop was throroughaly up against it, and
it was due to had lumck anrd nrot lack
of trying that he didn't get every ball
hit in hris dIi'ection. He was almost
o'ver'omie by thre heat in tire second In
ning anti was advised to qrrit tire game,
but stuck it out until the seventhr.
No mratter hrow hag\ily Donrie mIght
play on any afternoon, ire would nrot
mrer'lt tihe sort of stuff yelled at hrimr by
some of the partronrs. He is one of tihe
voterarns of tire club and withr Cobb
anid Crawiiford, hras kept this city on
tire b~aseb~all mnap. No player tries
'hardler than Donie and fewv tren iii tire
big leagues can point to more continu
ous presence in the lieup tharn vain the
mridget. lHe hras mrissed only a hranrdful
of gamnes since coming hrere.
Wheff tire fanrs feel inclinred to criti
cize because Ire "bioots" a couple they
wouild do wiell to renmember thre dozenrs
of brilliaint play13s thiat hanve saived
ganres or won themn. For e'very b~ad
god clean whreart, wuashr ard pi~rt to
soark over nrighrt, thlen cooik in a dloubile
holhler or ini a fireless cookcer unitil thle
grains are soft. Serve withI tin ereurtm
or top mrilk ithr or ithrout sutgar and
your chrild lars a well bralatncedl mreal,
-atisf'ynag anrd apti~iozinig.
Causes of Malnutrition.
Nutritlonr aind mrarlntritionr are
amarong tire mrost iportamnt subjects
with which a mrothenr haus to (lean. A
growinag chiild usually needa more food
than hris parenats. Sotlue of the causes
of malnutrition are hick of tire r'ight
kind otr surflielent food, lack of fresh
aria' and implroiper maastlcation. Tea,
coffee anrd beer p~revenrt puerfect diges
tion, tad oftenr nrarta Obstrctions
wihlh cause imroprdler breating ill
afoen use impuroper oxidatlonr of- food
aind the child will b~e updernrourishred.
A Queer Pact.
"Qrueoer, isn't it?" said tire man' who
b~egints Iris reaarks in tire middle.
"Whlart's -qureer?" asked tire innocent
- "Thalit if a mian has a dollar, a nickel
r and a hole in his pocket hirnvariably
t loses tire dollar rind retains the nickel
s and tire hole," arnsWe-ed the party of
I he prelude.
Why Not a Half Nloke?
New Coin Might Help Keep
The Cost of Living Down
Tle ham sandwich, whlch was once
five cents, now freqpently coAts a
dimie. The saime disturbing truth up
plies to other things in common life,
both Inside and outside of lunchrooms.
There Is no need- of statistics -from
economists to .inform us that the.<cost
of living han'adyanced. E0very spend
er of money knows it. Retailers are
more reluctant to put prices up than
is generally realized. They know that
consumption decreases as prices ad
vance. That means less business.and
profits depend partly on large 'busi
ness. When more than traffic will bear
is charged the traffic falls off.
Change making is one of the Items
in up-to-date retailing.' It must be
done quickly If expenses are to be kept
(own. The young woman at the. lunch
room desk has not time to count pen
nies. She must deal in nickels, dimes
and quarters if she is to maintitin her
astonishing speed and accuracy.
We need another coin. Three-cent
pieces were confused 'with dimA and
were hard to use, because they. were
not fractions of other currency. No.one
but a statistician thinks In decimals.
The rest of us do our sums iniifrac
tions. Four three-cent pieces :,make W
12 cents, . but there Is no such colh.,
light -of them make 24 cents, bit the
coin aiuost corresponding is worth one S
cent more. If three-cent pieces were
again issued they, would not fill' the
With a half nickel it would be dif
ferent. 'lalf a nickel is a fraction of
every coin from the tnint. Wereithere
such a coin, five-cent raises would not
have been so common. If there grould
)e such a coin, many prices would
conie down.-Bostoni Globe. K
Motor Sleds in Alaska. b
Ani Alasican correspondent ivrltes as ti
follows: The motor sled has vome t
to stay. The log temn and a sled
will continue with us for many'a long 11
day no doubt, but the introduction Of. b
the new' motor sleds during the past 1
winter amply demonstrated their econ- ti
omy, utility and speed. Al Glawn. a c
Nome freighter, covered the distance n
with a load of freight from Nome to h
Solomon recently In less time on the
trail than the fastest (log team ever ti
made on that famous race course. y
error lie cnn point to a score of almost
sup~erhuman stops or catches.
Inven in this game lie made three
bits and scored two of Detroit's- runs,
so he was more than offsetting his de
fensive slipis b~y his contrib~utlons .to
the attack. Considering the fact that
he was playing only on his nerve, lhe
didn't do so badly. -.
Another player who was ab~used tin
justly by the unreasonable element of
the~ crowdl was McKee. "lRed" had to
work harder than anybody else In the
game except the pitchers and the rival
backstop, and lie was wrapped up in a
protect or, mask and1( shtin guatrdls, wh lh
atre not exactly cooling giarmlets.
Some Marvelous Birds.
Fromn "seeing'' things of seemhing'sut- V
lperntu lral origin onl the western warii 1
front-suich. for. inistanc'e, as "a rmted n
iingels"-t he Britoin has come to hear-o
Tihn ms one, ( . 0. Baritrium, I nformns a
the( Londlon Times "that lie has henrd
lhe major triadt sung as an ar'peggio
by a blackbird ;" wvhlle still another
ci tizeni hias "heard ii blalckhirdl sing-a
ing two trIplets In succession, begin
inig wvith the fifth and1( going down."
But, most wonderful of till, ai thrush 1
hats been heard to "distinctly whistle 11
the tine of 'The Camiipbells Are Coin- a
WVar recruiting hats been going for'
wvard with a rushi for somie timie past I
--rob~ably not due to these airy C
omens of the patriotie thrush ; but if a
the call for more men becomnes in
sistent it might he a good idea to get
the Intelligent thrush to sing for the I
Th'ley have not yet discovered a birdl
thait slngs "nod Save the Kig." But
there is hope that one may be 'found i
in a real emergency I
War has been deciared on magpies
In South Dakota, game wardens ats
serting that they eat up little prairie I
Imitted as authentic. Vhereupon 1
hile he was in congress as chairina
issed-a law permitting proof of handN
aferred the contending lawyer to the
tattites whepre the law could. be foun
"Sometimes even a practicing law;
ttorney, as lie sat down.
Senator Kenyon stirred the sen
te to a high pitch of hunger the other
xy. He was talking abont child la
Dr.' In the course of his talk he
rew a picture of a farmer's boy sit
ng down to an old-fashioned coun
The sen tor was contrasting the
fe of the factory boy and the farim
oy. He said that while the farm boy
'orked in the fields, rested at noon by
irning the grindstone, milked the
OWS and so on, still lie went swim
flng and fishing, saw the circus, and
ad a pretty good time.
"I have a very distinct recollec
on that as a boy on a farm I had to
itch the bundles to the threshing
inchine," said he. "I used to think
hat was about the hardest work that
ould possibly be done in the world.
"But when you remember the
armer's dinner-the fried chicken and
tashed potatoes, and gravy, and corn
n the cob, and tomatoes, and the br<
neuth, and the apple pie with a piece
Lad lie under a tree-it was not so b
At this point there was a genera
>f orders for fried chicken.
. .........*. .. c..** $
he frame of the mayor, his face coat
iade a frantic pass at the back of his
rere already leaving the field, and th
heir retreat. And even while he groa:
roke into the -rollicking notes of"
'wice." And the mayor took the hint
Herbert Quick, miember of the new
nrm loan board. 'looks like a mag
ale, even if he .Is a farimor. One clay
'hen he went into -breakfast in
ouumgs hote'l in Bloston, one of the dig
11ied and1( portly no-gro waiters came
v'er ad fIlling his glass said: "Good
iornin', genferal, will you have some
aniteloup?"'"Y...," salid Quick, "but I
m not a general."
T1hie waiter broutght it and said:
Now, governor, will you have some
ereal?7" "Yes, some Oatmeal, but 1
m not a governor."
Again the waiter camne and said:
Now, judge, what is you gwine to
ave for breakfast?7" "Bring me aome
am and eggs," saidl Quick, "but I
m not a judge,"
As the meal d@ewv to its close the
vaiter said: "Boss, does you mind
eilin' me what you is?" Quick's rense
f humnor had been alreadly .,arousedl
ad lie said: "Whly, no, I don't mind
ellinig you I am the admiral of the;
egro. "I did not know jes what yoi
ou was you was do top of the healp.'
HIs tip want scarcely less generon
Mr. Quick has been many thingi
Inving been born and reared on a fari
e'aols, it wes not unnatural that in
Sif farm jrmwnal; but he also has
uainager of taephione companies, ass<
onyor of Sk.e'x City. In his spare til
and numeroumi 'nagazine articles, and
olities as a taamhar of tho emcamn
Sometimes It comes in handy for
a United States Judge to haye been a
member of congress. Judge Henry D.
Clayton, who is on the cirtuit bench of
Alabama, not long ago was' trying a
ease in which the question of a man's
handwriting was inkvolved. tinder the
Aklabanwa law It was always necessary
to prove a person's handwriting, and
the admission of ,one's writing by com
parison could' not be taken in evi
dence to prove the authenticity of. a
document introduced in evidence. The
defendant sought to gain a point in
his case by introducing a letter in the
handwriting of one of the parties in
volved. Judge Olayton ruled that the
writing was admissible.
.Iminedlately the lawyer on the
ota side rose and suggested to the
Cot' t, that his long service in con
gregs vhad pirobably maie him rusty
,i'the-law; that handwriting could not
be pi-oved by comparison with writing
udge Clayton calmly remarkd that
k of the judiciary committee he had
vriting bf just such.a method, and he
paragraph and page of the Revised
rer gets rusty," observed the abashed
ad and the butter that melted in your
of cheese-and then yor ri1d go out
I rush to the lunchroom and a chorus
hinyor Mitchel, Police Co nmis
saoner Woods and a galaxy of other
luminaries that sparkle in the New
York city administration's firmament
embarked on the police patrol boat
at the Battery the other day grid dis
emblarkced at F"ort Wadsworth, on
Staten island. Trh.'r object was to
inspect and reviewv the 400 New York
city policemen undergoing military
training at that p~oint, but the mayor
was badly stung.
It fell out in this manner. The
policemen, to do them nothiag more
than justice, drilled in a very able
and very soldierly manner.
Hovering over the mayor's head
was a yellow-jacket, who took in all
these proceedings with a knowing eye.
The last notes of the police band
had died away, the last straining po
liceman had recovered his equili
brium ; it was at that moment the
bee struck. A shock passed through
orted into a horrified grimace, and he
leg. Hie was too late. The khaki-cads
e yellow.-jacket was gallantly covering
ied inwardly, the police band suddenly
t'ever Let the Same Bee Sting You
andl left, too.
1BiU QIc f
swiss navy." "For de- ~ord," said thE
was, but I done know.'dat whatever
is than the compliment.
besides admiral of t iawlss navy.
n in Iowva and havig ajnded country
later life he shon d beeo,0e the editor
becen a teachers a practtfngi lawyer,
elate editor of a Dolitical weekly and
ne he has written a numbpr of novels
he has been at times quite active in
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to a man who had advertently made
a lot of money on war brides. "They
ilust have cost you lots of dough."
"They sure did," admitted the con
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When theli motors fail expert avia
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miles in a descent of a mile.
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Kentuckv and P1ennsylvallia produce
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Minnesota farmers in four years
have spent about $20,000,000 for new
Mexico is 1,000 miles long.
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