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SHE IS "JUST LIKE FIDO"
BROADWAY LIKES HER
Mrs. Benton, approaching in the
darkness, took a by-path back to the
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
SAVE STEPS, -MRS. HOUSEKEEP
ER, BY PLANNING WORK
It requires a great many steps to
travel from cellar to attic, from back
yard to front door, but the house
keeper can save "miles of steps" if
shell learn to work in large circles.
In making the beds, for instance,
straighten one side of the bed, and
before going around to the other side
look about and see if there are-not
some clothes or books or pillows to
be picked up and put in the closet or
on the dresser on the other side of the
bed. As you move across the room
place each article gathered up in its
proper place. Then finish making
Before leaving the room gather up
the things that may belong in the
room nearest the bedroom, take them
there and put them in their proper
place so that you will not have to
handle those articles again.
If you work in this way systemat
ically and with forethought, you will
have hundreds of steps, your work
will demand so little thought that you
will find your mind free to plan other
things, to think about your shopping,
about a club meeting or something
else that frees you from the worry of
CROSSING A BRIDGE TOO SOON
Mr. Harrison had been invited to
a Christmas dinner and told that he
would be expected to carve. He
bought a cook book and a turkey and
mapped out the bird. Then he paid
for a couple of lessons from the
server in a restaurant where he often
ate and felt that he was ready for the
ordeal. On the festal day he awaited
the incoming turkey with smiling
self-confidence. The door opened and
in came the maid, bearing a huge
platter upon which was a little roast
pig. Ladies' Home Journal.
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New York. She can't sing a whole
lot and she doesn't care much for
acting, but Teddy Hudson, cutest of
all the little "darlings" in "Papa's
Darlings," is getting on beautifully in
It's her hair that does it. Teddy's
hair is as pale as the coat of a
French poodle, and when she fluffs it
around her face and about her small,
sharp eyes she looks just as cunning
as her own pet poodle.
The "poodle. fluff is odd, Broad
way likes odd fashions and Teddy
and her two-colored curls are the fad
of the hour.
In fiscal year ended June 30 this
country paid in pensions $172,417,-546.
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