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the help of Annie, who comes three
days a week to wash, iron and clean.
It did not take but a minute to broil
some strips of bacon and scramble
some eggs on toasted bread.
Poor little Mollie was hungry and
1 made her a cup of coffee and served
her, with the remains of some boiled
rice, cream and jelly that I had in
tended for a pudding the next day.
"My, Margie, this tastes good! I
lid not think I was hungry for I did
lot feel like bread and butter and
jerhaps a piece of cold meat that I
would have gotten for myself at
"Mollie, dear," I said, "you must
eat good nourishing food and you
must leave work at five or at most six
o'clock. It will never do for you to
work early and late and go without
As we washed the dishes Mollie
said with a sly smile that gave her
face an elfish look that was irresis-table:
"I don't know which is the hardest,
Madge, to work where I must protect
my reputation or some place where
my health is endangered."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
HOW TO BE CONTENTED
Move to the city if you are a farm
er and move to the country if you
are a city man.
Take a dollar watch apart and try
to put it together again without leav
ing out four or five wheels.
Put on a red necktie and have
every galoot in town ask you if you
have got the nosebleed.
Start your son to taking lessons on
the slide trombone and let your
daughter visit a vocal teacher regu
larly. Topeka State Journal.
FASHION'S LATEST FANCY IS
POCKETS FOR MUFF
The cape-muff is one of fashion's
latest inventions. The cape is rather
a voluminous affair, falling in grace
ful folds from the shoulder well be
low the waist line in the back the
muff is nothing more nor less than
two long, narrow pockets set into
the lining of the front widths just
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where the hands slip Into them con
veniently. The models that Paris 'has sent
"over seas" to introduce the cape
muff to America are made of both
moleskin and velvet.