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' M pi I some little delicacy each night 'for the 'sick one is saving money on medicines and getting loved more every day. r Ice cream is mighty good. Every delicacy tastes better if served on a tray, on a clean nap kin, in the best dishes in the house. The finicky little toddies mean a lot to the invalid wife, and they are easy to add. Don't think'she got sick just to spite 'you. A hot water bottle is good for acute local pains, or cramps. , Anjce cold towel is good for the fevered he'a. . For a wild sick headache use a-1 cold towel, at the base of the head where the nerve cords enter the skull. , If the kid is siqket mother tend t6 the job, but,frelp put with the housework, the washing- and cooking. . " . Probably you w.ork all', day and are tired. The woman has work ed all day and is tired -herself. , Unless she wants .visitors, real ly demands them, you know, th? fewer she has until she ca'n sit up, and notice how Mrs. Jones' waist fits, the better. An alcohol rub at night, rub bing from, the base of "the brain to the end of the spine, removes that bed tiredness and promotes sleep. If you are accustomed to smok ing in the 'house forget it until the patient is up again. Don't kick the dog under your wife's window; don't land on the kids in her hearing! If you must beat up somebody) go down town and fight the doctor; he probably tfeeds it Smooth out the .sheets, after you rest ort a crease all day it gets as bigfamTas sharp as a granite ledge. Learn how' to comb out her hair. Ma"riy a woman "has lost "her crown of beauty because she lay' with her hair in a tangle for two weeks, , Learri the proper 'manipulation, of the 'bed pan' and have one in. the hjbuse." Also discover when an enema is needed." Never get excited, or let the wife see,that you think her in a) mighty bad way. Be as. kindly as you can. You can' gro"uch and make up for it .when she gets well. IN 'THE LIMELIGHT The other, justices on the su preme .bench "sort of rubbed it in on Associate Justice Lurton the other day, by re versing a decision made by him when he was a circuit judge. -While re versing opinion was being read he hap-"5 pened tov think of something he had left in the cloak-"1 room and took his: time about getting back, which wasn't until Justice Hughes had finished turning the lower court's . f$ " V''! Justice Lurton: decision upside down.