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"I visited, her until she was able to
get on her feet and I never saw any
thing of the housekeeper.
"Finally, in dsperation at the state
of affairs that could have been made
so ideal, I called the U. C. up again.
They informed me they had 'inves
tigated7 and the case was hopeless."
"You don't suppose they tried her
out on that 'caloric' thing?" I ask
"No," he nurse snapped. "It's the
mothers' pension fund trained dieti
cian who talks that nonsense. The
supervising housekeeper simply did
"Well, anyway," I consoled the
nurse, "do not feel badly about it.
The more I know of the fancy trim
mings of the U. C. the more thankful
I grow that they keep some of them
in a glass cage in the office instead
of turning them all loose on their
innocent victims. And maybe some
real nice motherly neighbor will
teach the woman who didn't know,
just how to run her house, while I am
sure that if the supervising house
keeper had been turned loose that
mother would have been just twice
as careless for malice. I would."
Anyway, the supervising house
keeper had an excuse "the case
Hancock, Mich., Jan. 19. Con
gressman William J. MacDonald, Pro
gressive of the Twelfth Michigan dis
trict, has been threatened with recall
proceedings unless he retracts his
statement that "constitutional gov
ernment no longer exists in the Calu
met strike district," according to
Houghton, county Progressive lead-
A friend of Lord Rosebery once
asked him, "What is memory?"
"Memory," Lord Rosebery replied
"memory is the feeling that steals
over us when we listen to our friends'
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