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MR. FtX JftDVED
i'K. FOX h4 a aet raanjr neigh
JP. bar aM ha vM axtoui to N
MhmHjt Hh tWm H. H l ly
and cttvcr. 116111 hfj family ( but this
Urns he overdid ib matter, a yon Will
Mr. Squirrel bad mv. family of
Mils julmJ, ant ii Man a Mr, Vol
heard this, over lit vrent to nil oa her.
. "Oh, ultst haodwin habit I" ex
claimed Mr. oa when bt un thl nr
squirrel. -Vour children arc tbt
handtoaeM4n tbt uoo-U. Mrs, Squir
rel. Xmx may be aura of that," he told
Now, It hifpened that on hi way
horn h wo called In to Jlr. ltabblt'
booKilto c her new babies, and Mr.
Fog told hiir that her children ware by
far the prettiest ha ever bad aeen, "the
very pratticat In lb woods, Mrs. llab
bltr haloid bar.
Tbt next day Mr. Fox beard that
aomi, otw little possums had bren
brought to Mrs. Possum by the stork,
so OTrr ran Mr. Fox to tall, "for," said
bt, "tb bst wax to krtp on good
terms with my neighbor I to praise
the children to Ibelr mothers."
He told Mrs. Tossum that her chil
dren were the prettiest In tht woods,
and when Mrs. Coon sent for him to
hrr tiw babies Mr. Fox told her
the same thine
Mrs. Porcupine and Mrs. Baden
alto received a call from Mr. Fox, and
were told that no children In the
wood could enroptra with Ibelr new
babies, xi that each mother thought
her children the prettl! babies, for
not one told to tbt other the nice
things Mr. Fox had said.
All would hare gone well with Mr.
Fox If Mrs. Squirrel had not been am
ino that every one ihould know that
ber bnlile were cnnildered the pret
tiest and proposed that they should,
bold a baby show and haro Mr. Pox for
To this, of course, all tht mother
agreed, for each ont was sure her
babies would get the prlie.
Mr. Squirrel fr liked over to Mr.
Fox's house to tell hlro the news.
"Of course," she said. "It will lie a
great disappointment to the others
when jrou tell them that my children
are tho prettiest, but It cniinot !f
helped. Some one mutt hare the pret
tiest babies, and any one with half an
eye can see (hat mine ara far abend
of all the other wood children."
Mr. Fox unllM a sickly smile when
he heard thl and said, of course, be
uuld be proud and pleated to l the
Judge, but as soon aa It was dark that
night he took hi vallso he did not
atop for a trunk or his household
goodsand out of tht wood he went,
far away over the hills, and never did
he how lilmitlf there again.
Well he knew what would happen
to htm if bt went to that baby abnvr
and picked out the prettU-st babies,
and be did not Intend to take any
When Mr. Fox did not show up, Mr.
Owl waa called upon to Judge, but
being a very wise bird Ls told the
mother that he could not see well
enough In the daytime to give an
honest opinion, and so the mother
went bom each sure that her chil
dren wtre the prettiest babies In the
New 'Order of Outdoor Clothes
(ty In Jo llielr p-lanllng !n
rt-np a litirveM. To owtiwaK MM
I icy .tinve I)wn Wanlm nmklm
into llit tiiglil. inlng rcarchllfWa-W
llpol Hip Am knoss. '
In ttio fiiiliklrla of Chfram tHm
IK TUB chic young wonun wn
picture Is Just above, could r
and atand. we would probably art 'irr
to turn slowly around, and let us sum
op 'the detail of her perfect conttime.
It Is an example of the new order of
thing In outdoor summer dres ele
gant and Informal an evolution that
retains only a flavor of port styles In
street dress. It Is spirited but quiet,
and possesses both vivacity and dig
nity. Tha suit, coniUtlcg of tktrt and
iraick, may be Imagined, In linen, or In
suitable silk weaves of In rirtsln cot
Ions, linen having the preference. In
long- smock Is set off hy groups of.
tuck with an embroidered band be
tween them, all done with nnlropeach.
able neatness. Klbow sleevra make
one wondtr that anything elie wa
ever tolerated for autaiwr weather,
Bit. whatever the material mod. four
Mat, pearl button find a place on
these turned-back cuffs. The smock
(a tftHt and turned back at the throat,
with an embroidered sailor collar set
en. : This arrangement tnakw place
lor a dslnly ventre of tucked organdie.
A very heavy curd, ending In a lngt
big taMei, dlMen of the waUtllne
In the tiet manner pollil.
AlMive this smart ult there rrt,
on the lady's clever head, a smart siwrt
luit with witt crown and rolling: brlin,
trimmed with an embroidered luullf
applied at on side. Otcr thl the I
prepared to carry a parasol that dm-
her Jndgraent credit. It I made of
trip of silk Joined and gnthcrvd to
the frame and I bordered with vel
vet rlblmn, There are gay butterflies
embroidered on tt and II general
make-up proclaim fair Japan a II
Inrplrnllon and perhaps tt home. Al-
together thl coatume Is worth study.
Ins. It I a type that grow In favor
and la worn by matron and maids
to ndvanlagtr It ha a trick of out
witting tlnie by a few year anyway,
for It makes Its wearer look younger.
lrll tin I perevrwK'o
romo any liawlleiu of tmtuirtuv
Near IiloonvhiwItHT, IH, M
icart of Ilia rorn Mt. I He Me
uprlnR Mirraioncu tcrliuw'l
nip ianurra uoeaweo ni men-
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Traveling expenses ?
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vylilch loom In iirfiyiiwilnaln in
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or begrudges any legitimate ex
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i J Every now and then you hear a neighbor
TlTV 1 complain that "ho doesn't seemed have much
Shetyour Urt ao
cotdlnt to, tin roads
ihoy hart to frarsf
In undy nr billy courv
try. wherever th going, .
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For belt rttultt
mr'y wiers U, 8.
ton. am-HMMom ma nm
luck with tires."
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