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' "It "seems that a noted specialist
claims he ban restore her to health,
but only through an expensive oper
ation. He requires $1,000 in advance
for the same. Dalzell has $200 dol
lars of the amount in the bank and
is working to get-the balance.
"Take us to Mr. Dalzell and his
wife at once," directed one of the
It was with sheer amazement that
Bryce Dalzell greeted his unexpected
"I have come to tell Mrs. Dalzell a
story, announced the lawyer, and
then, despite the protestations of Dal
zell, he narrated the details of his
"And here is the money to at once
urge on the effort to cure this dear,
devoted woman," spoke the elder of
the brothers touchingly, as he placed
a package of banknotes on the table.
The wife was crying in the arms of
the man whose self-sacrifice she
knew for the first time. In her lovely
face there was a mute adoration. And
the Merry-Andrew he broke down at
last, but beyond his happy tears a
grateful, gladsome smile illumined
his weary face.
DECAYING VEGETABLES INVITE
FLIES AND DISEASE
Keep flies out of dwelling. Get
screens for doors and windows. Be
on guard all the time against them.
Keep screens over articles of food.
Don't let flies collect around it Keep
kitchen or dining room. Have covers
for all open dishes. '
Be careful about the garbage can.
Don't let cies collect around it Keep
the cover on all the time. You'll
starve many of them to death if you
do. You'll poison yourself and your
neighbors if you don't
If you're a livery man or keep a
horse, be doubly careful. Horse ma
nure is the best possible breeding
place for typhoid flies.
Keep horse manure in covered bar
rels and have it carted away as fre
quently as convenienti ,
Be careful about1 having barrels' of
rainwater around the house. Keep
these covered arid jmt in a spigot so
that the cover will not, have to he
taken off. If in doubt, call in the
health 061061". , ' ' '
Look out for decaying -vegetables.
Typhoid flies thrive on these.
AMERICAN WOMAN ASKS AID
Mine-. '5.J3r ourtcb)
Mme. Slavko Grouitch, the Ameri
can wife of the Serbian under secre
tary of foreign affairs, who is making
a tour of the United States in the in
terests of the Serbian Agricultural
Relief Committee of America.
The woman who" rejects the man-,
fashion Russian boot will welcome
the boot stocking. Embroidered or
gilt buttdns stitched to the stocking
just where bootbuttons belong is
what make's a mere stocking a boot
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