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ANSWERS What will remove circles from foulard that have-been made by gasoline? C. A. N. Place iox Jard on table over over oilcloth. Rub circled portions with ajcohol, being careful of fire. Then hang m, air so that alcohol will evap orate. Do not put in sun, as jt may fade the goods. Young Girl writes: I, expect soon to give, a shower for a mar ried friend a.nd would Jike -some pointers. Would you call it a nov ety shower or a house party?- if shower is to be a luien one call ft that so your friends will know what to bring- If-you do not mean it to he for any particular line, but just anything they care to. bring, call it a miscellaneous shower. "IS IT A BOY?" " Mrs- O- H. P. Belmont is keep ing upra constant cannonading for Voman suffrage. Now she puts this poser to the men : "If you honestly consider wo men as good as men, why do you always rejoice if your first-child is a boy and feel depressed if it is agirl?" When you blushingly admit that you like the idea of haying a boy to carry your name along, she cuttingly remarks: "Yes, and ypur vote, and your role as one-of the Lords of Creation," or words to that effect. Oh, well, let them vote! o o Crumpled newspapers pushed Up flues of unused chimneys will JUST KEEPIN' IT GOIN 1!bA- "Why, little boy, you're tod young to smoke." "Aw, dry up. Dis ain't smokin'; I'm onjy keepin' it lit fer another) guy." " o o " SOME COMEBACK. Kb) Tv jit, jk Dick I can say one thing I'm not two-faced;, Harry Of course yOu:re not. You Wouldn't be wearing- that 1 face around if vqu had another. .