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ttne immediate future of the baby,
jlnd when I pay the penalty lwill
-be a.,goQdmother-,to:hira, and a
gpod-wife "to Will, forhe is the
only man. J' ever lbve'dr Iwas
'yung and foolish when I maijried
-'ii" uut a .nave icAiiicu a icssun
9 " from, experience'
That is 'her story,-just 'as, she
' told it. Attaches of the station
Ldo riot think the girl is bad.' -The'
judge doesn't think she is a de
liberate, wrong-doer. But he will,
under thestrict and unsympath
etic law, have to hold her to the
grand '-jury. Her fate will rest
-From'-a strictly legal stand
point she is guilty. But .from the
standpoint of society, of human
ity, .justice would be better -served
frpm all. angles were she told:
"Go arid sin no rnpre."
1 r THE. CARE AND CURE OF THE EYES
ty' P ', St t
. li -ByW..C. Cotton, M. D.
. 2 The eye is the most,delicate or,
- gan in the humant body, apd one
r4hat is ertainly as valuable to us
i as any other outside the very
yitals, yet it is generall ,treated as
rtf if were macje of gutta percha
and were.fool-proof. . . .
' ji Then, when ft breaks down un
der the strain of ill usage we put
a,pji glasses and think we are play
, irr hard luck- Really we get just
Ayhat we' have coming to us.
t at It's time we were-learning how
-fp take care ofthe eyes. The
conditions under which folks Jive
and work in this day are new (and
we must adjust ourselves to them
. fr'become a race of moles. Here'
atre some of the things we must
""'learn to do :
To avoid direct sunlight if
t working at anything that re-
tcjuires eye strain, vxusis, en
gravers, bookkeepers and fche Jike
" should work in light from north'
, or -east wihdow.
I 'To use window shades of light
neutral tones of blue or gray
"avoiding bright colors, 'avoidirig
especially yellow and light green.
To protect-the eyes from direct
artificial JighPfiy a visor.
j To seetthaLthe walls surround
ing de'sks or work tables are col
ored so'as'to afford'the maximum
of rest to the eyes when they are
not bent on .the work in hand,
rompiian.red, terra cotta, coffee
color, Cobalt -blue and neutral
grays are good , "because" they re
flect little light.'
To drop everything and con
sult an occulist the moment our
eyes begin to fall us; and to keep
away from mere "opticians"
whose business is to sell specta-cles.-
k The wife who suspects that all
other women are after her hus
band is overestimating that gen
tleman's 'drawing power about
8,000 per cent.
There are no real "candy kids"
since .they did away with the little
peppermint hearts of long ago, on
which were printed loving ver,se
fets in red inkl