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probably make" her penniless. In
either ease she must return to the
street, the house or the salooriy
arid plunge into reckless excesses
to earn the money."
The girl made $ pitiful plea
against the fine. Shesaid she did
not have the money and could not
"So I shall have to go to the
BrideWell," she told Judge Torri
sbn, "and then I never shall be
any good, for the brand of thfr
Bridewell is a" brand that sticks."
Then Police Captain Meaghfer
did a thing for which-all iiondr is
due hint He made a personal
plea to Torrison and got the fine
suspended,, saying he would an
swer fb the Court for the gifl.
And- Captain Meagher did not
stop there. He went otif himself
and got the girl a Job at $8 a
week, and sb she will be able to
live and be decent and keep her
Biit, as wilt be s'een, this will
not in any way be -iHe- faulf 8i
Bi HtmmifWtiltil fiFsf rfeiried
Her ahft iofc'ed-ri Sr int& he sff M.
RljBfilSH' AND GARBAGE!
Fbftunes have been fdund and
!ds ift dtfSt heaps. Lives also are
18s in them every year,- despite
Every poorly fnariaged ash
fieap' of gafbag-pile is' a poisoner
iff srhe degree. City folks fnay
fhifik tH6mselVes free fr6m his
frdubl uecatise the e'ity takes
dway tile g'afbage. llut even theh
rubbish is often allowed to ac-
eiittiulate" in which the germ of
Whe'neve'r it is possible waste
shduld bet turned to ashes'. Things
which cannot he burned should
be dried and kept dry. When you
apply this, concretely, it means
burn papery dirty cardboard ofj
any Sort, rags, straw, excelsior,
hair, lifit carpet sweepings,
feathers, bones and old leather.
For the most paf t the burning Z
can be done in a stove of grate or
range, especially if one burns up
things right along. When this" is '
impossible burn outdoo'rs in a
deep Can. s
Fruit-skins and pits, potato- r
skins, pea hulls, beet top's, ther
refuse 6f salads, any sort of veg- j
etable" waste in fact, ought to he
Spfead. ou, thin and driifd
through and through before go-
ing to the dusf heap. Never by
dfiy chance let a dust heap ge
wet of greasy.
If the stench is bad, fff efich the
Whole heap With a strong chldride r
of lim Solfltioif. Cbv'enng deay--ed
stiiff with eleafi earth is always "
PAINFUL BLUNDER r
-There Wa a deteffhined. Wdti
in her eye as- she marched info x
the optician's shop. -
I Want pair of glasses ininic-'
diately' She said. "Good, strong
"Good; strong brigs?"
"Yes". I Wa out in trie ccHin
tff Vesterday afid I fhade a vBrv
Indeed ! Mistbok a stranger
fbf a" friend?"
"No: a bumblebee for a61aE-