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HARD-WORKING MAMMA WNTS
NEW DADDY FOR JAMES
Mrs. Dolores Austin and Little Son.
Brooklyn, N. Y. This is little fbiir-year-old
James, whose mama wants
a new daddy for him.
Little James, mama, Mrs. Dolores
Austin, is 26 years old, a widow, good
looking, and works hard in a book
bindery. She is a good housekeeper
and a good cook. -
Mrs. Austin believes . that some
where in the world there is a good
man, not over 40 years old, honest
and a respecter of women, who could
and would make a living for her and
"My Fdjs" rieed the care of a
father," says Mrs. Austin. "And I'll
be glad to hear, by mail, from any
good man who wants to start an old
fashioned home, founded oh love,
right-living and self-sacrifice."
, Mrs. Austin bars men who drink,
but she doe.s not object to smoking.
.She .is small, blonde, blue-eyed;
with a profusion of light hair. Her
address, is 74 Richard av., Brooklyn,
SEE IT THROUGH
By Berton Braley.
Don't jump in the game in a hurry,
But when you get in it why, stick
In spite of the strife and the worry
Keep on in a spirit with kick to it;
Go on with the plan as you chart it; .
Don't let any knockers diminish it;
The game is worth while if you
Finish it! .
"Keep out of a fight" is a moral -And
excellent phrase there's no
doubt of it,
But once you get into a quarrel
Don't quit till you've fought your
self but of it;
Don't whine and don't cringe for a
Scorn fear though your features
be blue with it;
Keep" out of a rb'.w but, once in it,
Go through with it!
Go on . with the things ybu have
Your courage let no' one dimin
Don't funk like a welcher, faint
The conductor of the first" passen
ger train run over the Syracuse. Ge
neva & Corning Railroad in New York
in 1877 died recently. Conductor
Kriger became widely known in his
state by wearing a silk hat whlie on