under our new-found freedom as
"It is this that I shall teach the
children. They will respond to it
because the time has come in the
wojrld's evolution when the world
is ready for such a policy.
"I am glad that I have, had to
struggle without seeing or hearr
ing for these many years, for it
has taught me, as nothing else
could, what it means to suffer
what it is to have a spirit in
prison. And people who see and
hear and talk CAN be held down
so that they are just as much in a
prison as I am. And I shall help
them to get out!"
He Was. Wrong.
"Waiter!1 roared the diner
f The waiter looked intently out
of lac window, pretending' he had
The diner had, alreadv com
plained of his chop, his chips and
his napkin, and Alphonse had had
Reluctantly Alphonse moved
over. - '
"Just look at this water, wait
er!" he growled. v "It?s, no't fit to
Critically the waiter raised the
glass to the light and examined it.
Then triumphantly he set it down
"No, sir ; you're deceiving your
self, sir," he said kindly. "That
water's perfectly all right, sir. It's
the glass that's dirty."
Grumbling is as contagious as
HOME-MADE ICE BOX
An icebox is one of the most
useful accessories to healthful
If you haven't an icebox, make
one. Get a soap box, a tin can,
a few newspapers and some saw
dust. If soap box is not available
fruit packing case will do. In
which ever you use place tin paiL
surrounded with sheetof tin bent
in circular form, which makes an
air space. Between this and walls
of box pack sawdust.
Place pail in circular chamber.
Place milk bottle in pail and pack
ice around bottle. Fold dozen
thicknesses of newspaper size of
box and place over top with lid.
Cost of ice for box of this kind
would be but few cents a day. It
will keep the baby's milk cool and
prevent butter from melting.
Don't assume, because your
heart beats rapidly that there is
simething wrong with it. Some
hearts are naturally rapid, others
naturally slow. Maybe your
heart is naturally a fast one. If
you are suspicious of it,, have
yourself thoroughly examined by
a competent physician. If he
says your heart is all right believe
him and forget your hea'rt.
"How many people work in.
your office?" he asked.
"Oh," responded the elderly
one, getting up and throwing
away his cigar, "I should say, at
a rough guess, about two-thirds
xml | txt