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THRpEFHlpCABINET lMEMBERjl WIVES
4 Mrs Wilfiafn CivReofield, wife of
Secretary of Commerce, at the top
left, Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife of
Secretary of Nayy-af bottom left and
Mrs. Frankiin K.Lane, vife-of Sec
retary of the Interior, above.
- - , VIRTUE BY BERTON BflALEY
He doesn't) smoke 'and lie doesn't drink, ne.'doesn't gamble, he doesn't
chew forbe is,!ahighly moral gink who never d6es-.wha't'be. shouldn't do.
He never smashes the decalogue and he never fractures the laws of man;
in fact heVa'perfectly proper cog in the big machine, since his life began.
But that is as far as-Jh'is virtue reaches they're negative-virtues, one
and all; he's never" been known, by kindly speech, tb;tielp the fellow who's
prone to "fall he-hasrtib'knowledge of fellowship, no" love of beauty or
There is no warmth' in-the hands you grip when-you greet-this chap
on the "Good Ship Eiftb:" '
He isn't tender, or sw;eet or kind, he isn't' merry or bright of eye; but
look him up and. you're sure. to find his reputation is' very high; but it isn't
by negative acts we mount for I maintain this word is true: it isn't the
things you DON'T that count; it's rather the sort "of things you DO!
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"Do youthink, Miss Clara;" he ask
ed, with infinite tenderness in his
voice, as he handed her the bill" of
fare, "that one's .appetite; is-affected
.when one is in love?' "I haven't a
doubt of-it," she replied, scanning the
bill of fare; ;ancUthen she 'turned to
the waiter dnd said: "Roast beef,
please, with plentydf fat, and mashed