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aboard the fiist qne and the
white-faced conductor safd, 'I'm
afraid the motor-man's gone
dippy. -'He keeps running back'
here every half block asking me
to please, PLEASE jet him
take my pipe so he can blow soap
As you may imagine they were
late getting to the theater, But it
made no pajticujar difference as
the curtain hadn't gone up. ,
The manager explained , that
Uncle Tqm hadheen begging
little Eva for '.the use of; her
wings,' because he wanted to be
a black-bird irt thp final tableau
and he said he;w?ulp!n't pjay un
less he got them.
The play wa dejayed so much
that the afternoon was gone af
the end of the first at and the'
had to leave. As thje-pased out,
a-thjef snatched Figziwjg's watch
from her breasts where it had,
hung attached t& apjn. Fizziwig
screanied and a big pqlicemah
looked around, but he was so. busy
teasing his chief to, jet him carry
a loaf of French bread instead of
a club that the thief got away- He
said it would come handy to eat
Jiis club when Ke was hungry
Fizziwig cried all the way
home because of the loss of her
beautiful watch and when they
arrived they found no dinner
ready. The cook said she had been
pestered all afternoon by a mouse
in the pantry teasing her for a
trgp to ctph itsejf in.
JNow pf course thjs isnt a
strictly true story, but isn't it jus
abput as sensible as some pf the
teasing done by Fizziwig? Ancf
"I .believe I have astory to fit
into this ftunch," said Truepenny,
"and it's really a true story,"
"O, tell a fairy story," said
Williebill, 'Tt'H do you good."
"Well, I'll put fairies into it,'-'
said Truepenny. "It will be
"They Were Afraid Some One,
Would Give Them An Automo
bile." But wait till tomorrow, y
j' if. ,
By W- C, Cotton, D.
Frqits are nature's laxatives.
By judicious uselof them healthy
persons ca,n get along year in and
year put without resorting to the
use pf pills or purgative waters.
Dates, contrary to" popular be
lief, afg the jnqst laxative of fruits
in cpiumpn use as food. Prunes
conie next, perhaps, and then figs.
.Raisins are more laxative than
apples or peaches.
In jong standing cases of
chrpnic constipation, use 2 large
glasses of cojij wafer upon aris
ing and retiring daily; this acts
as a Hush and clears the digestive
Exercise the belly muscles by
bending forward and sideways
and deep breathing, this tones the
flaccid muscles up apd helps to
Adhere to this rule daily and 3.
gre'a.t deal qf your constipation
troubles will vanish. j