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the wrecked camera- and holding his
wounded hand, the spy disappeared.
"The message is written partly in
cipher," explained-Howe, "but that
man might have beenHble to make it
out after close study."
"He is doubtless one of the un
scrupulous crowd infesting the prov
ince, ready to blackmail sell secrets
or betray his best friend," acceded
Matteo. "Well, he' Has failed in his
mission and we will scarcely go in
They reached the end pf their jour
ney in safety and the secret message
Matteo returned to Truro with a
rich reward awaiting him. Marvin
Howe crossed the border, bound for
home and his waiting fiancee, pretty
SPANISH COMB LIKE GRANDMA
USED TO WEAR NOW IN VOGUE
The high Spanish comb is coming
to be more popular each day. If you
have one that great-grandmother
wore, so much the better, but if you
must buy one let it be heavy and carv
ed about the edges.
The cavallier collar with its deep
point front and back, andrhigb, points
about the neck, is also the very new
est style in neckwear.
INSPECT FOOD STUFF
The conditions of our groceries and
markets, depend on what we demand.
If we stay at home, ordering by
telephone, not knowing if the place
be clean or if those who handle our
goods do so in a cleanly manner, we
are to blame for bad conditions.
Most American women do things
the easiest way; but it is the duty of
every housewife to go as often- as
possible to the place where she pm'
chases the food for the family.
if the storekeeper sees you are par
ticular, he surely will realize that, to
keep your trade, he must keep the
shop or store in a clean condition.
Markets should not have a layer
of sawdust on the floor.
Baskets that have stood up the
sidewalk should not be placed on top
of articles of food.
Insist that every article shall be
delivered wrapped. This serves two
purposes cleanliness, as well as as
surance that all the apples or pota
toes or carrots or tomatoes you pur
chased reach your home. I know of
a grocery delivery boy who, by taking
one potato, apple, or anything he
could from each order, filled a basket
High cost of living may be much
reduced by insisting upon receiving
all for which you have paid; and the
man who sells you groceries will give
you the respect he does to any good
v o o
Was it accident or..coincidence that
just after Prexy Hadley of Yale had
given an immunity bath to the exist- .
ing order, he read a list of near $2,
"How did you like the Eskimo
"Pound, 'em. rather cooL"