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"Oh, just to get back to the com
forts of home! I'm tired of trapseing!"
she cried. "House all in distorder, I
'Neatest you ey,er saw it," her son
responded. "Got a new housekeeper."
"Yes, my wife."
And Ezra told his mother how he
had met, wooed and wedded the
Copyright by W. G. Chapman)
DOCTOR -AUTHOR WILL LEAD
Batlimore. Dr. John Whitridge
Williams, former dean of Johns Hop
kins University, whose study of the
causes of infant mortality has won
international recognition, will pre
side at the convention to be held No
vember 14 in Boston, by the Amer
ican Association forthe Prevention
of Infant Mortality.
Dr. Williams' several books on
infant diseases are used as textbooks
In many European and American universities.
GOOD AT TENNIS BUT BETTER
Anifiony T7 WJJding
When it comes to facing bullets
Anthony Wilding is just as good as
when facing tennis balls. Wilding,
who with Norman E. Brookes won
the Davis cup from America last
summer, joined the British cavalry at
the war and has just been promoted
to a lieutenancy, for conspicuous gal
lantry on the field of battle.
Overtalk tires more people than
The thread of many a discourse is
merely a yarn.
Many a politician with wheels
thinks he is the whole political ma
chine. In some cases the milk of human
kindness yields more buttermilk than
butter. Atlanta Journal.
The letter carriers in Portugal save
themselves much walking on Sun
days "by delivering letters at churchj