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"Yes," she answered. "And when
I turned it was just in the act of springing onto me. But when I saw the picture I was glad Ihad taken xne chance. - "I think the most dangerous ex perience I ever had Was, not so long ago, when it was necessary for me to be lowered down a steep precipice by a rope. I never thought of there lieing any danger, because every pre caution w,as taken to insure my 'safety. "I had cone part of the way .down all right when something or other, a strange sort oi juncanny creepiness .forced me to look up. I did. Not five feet above me I jcpuld see that the strands of the ropevhad parted. Two of them weer broken. I was hanging y one strand and still a hundred tfeet from ihe good old ground. It Tas no use-xo can. out. so i just naa fto hang on and'trUst to providence. Vou can't realize how I felt in the riext few minutes, which seemed like ae. century to me. But I landed safely, ?ynanK neaven. THE RIGHT WAY He Are you particular about how your chaperon looks? She Y Yes, I want her to look the other way THE. WRQNP COURSE By Berton Braley. I Girlie, I've noticed the flashy guy, The one who's chasing around with you; . Believe me, sister, he don't get by; You want to chuck him and sud den, too; He may look grand and He may talk great, But take .my warning and cut him out, For the guy who's honest and true and straight Don't court his girl by the high ball route! r ! ' Then, friends of his that you've had to meet , Ain't just the kindthat you ought to choose. Fer how kin a decent girl keep sweet In a crowd wars givea to paint and" booze? There-'s too much glitter.- and flash ahd glare; That 'duck's too much of a "good old sfcout"; Believe me, sister, the guy who's square Don't court his-girl by the high-ball route! ' You get some feller that think's yQU're queen And tries to keep you from any Wrong; This present- party is far too keen On leadin' you off with the giddy . throne; The tnie-blue" feller .will treat you white, But not where the spigots fizz and snout; Believe me, sister, the guy who's . right Don't court his girl by the high ball route -c o- . Teacher-Johnny, what.is a hypo crite? "A boy wot comes to school. with a smile oh his face," answered the youngster.