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BOSTON. GIRLS-CAN" CAN KISSES BUT WHO WANTS
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- .'-'-HereVSample of Cupid's -Bertilloir System.
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system. A sample' record is
shown Herewith, the - picture-be
ing Miss Edna; Goodrich.
Anyhow; -Boston -girls are re
sponsible J.Alea'p. year clique of
Bostoftrhiaftden's indented the sci
ence o.'osculogfapny;. .
TheseSsmacks are hot really
canned, you know. They're
transferred from ruby lips, aided
.and abbetted in their ruddiness hy
sundry helpings from, the rouge
pot, toaiplain white-card- -
It is done like this, you see:
She 'blushingly, albeit willingly,
produces a tiny rouge, pot," re
moves the cover," reddens her,
dainty lips, draws, a-card -to the
puckered, alluring "lips ' and
SMACK! 'Tis done. On the card
is an impressions of the kiss the
happy fellow would have had on
his own lips if they had been
where the card was when the
smacking was done.
Sitting in silence in the ember
My little boy comes -toddling
to my knee,
Lisping full softly: '"Why did
Did heaven meed him mucher'ii
And suddenly flashed through'1
heart and brain
A star of peace; the words the
babe had said
Had soothed away the" sorrow,
T and the pain,
And I was comforted.
And while the riiidnight hours
pace by my door,
- When all the stars have faded
t from the sky, "
I sit in silence, thinking o'er and
"Ah, heaven had more need of
him than I."
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Jack Johnson is unlike the fa
mous coon.in.the woodpile. He is
getting$2,5pO a.week -