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for Children's day, -when I could see
them. And when I got well I meant
to go quietly away, if you cared for
somebody else "
"Ob, my dear, I have loved you al
ways," she answered.
It was a happylacy that gathered
at the,new house that night, and Ned
and Dorothy, still open-eyed in won
der, had hardly realized that "Uncle
Eli" was to be their father.
"Tell us some more about Ulysses,
Uncle Eli," persisted Ned, climbing
upon his knee.
"Why," said Eli in embarrassment,
"it ended happily very happily.
Only I guess there was a lot more in
Ulysses' life than ever got into his
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
WHY WE SLEEP WITH OUR
For two reasons it is impossible to
sleep with the eyes open. First, it
requires quite an effort of the mus
cles to keep the eyelids open, and
when we sleep mind and body relax
and we can make no physical effort of
any kind; therefore the eyelids droop
down and curtain our eyes from the
If we could sleep in a place that's
absolutely dark it wouldn't make
much difference whether the eyelids
opened or not But there's always
some light where we sleep, and the
least bit shining on the eyes excites
the brain and keeps us awake.
Therefore, nature has provided these
curtains, the eyelids to keep out the
light and let us sleep.
TAKE NOTE OF THE POINTS
By Betty Brown
They probably never wear such
saucy gowns in Petrograd, but that is
no good reason why this creation in
black vlevet and lynx shouldn't be
called La Russian the coat at least
buttons in the Russian triouse style'
and there's a. decidedly military cut to
the close-fitting loiig' coat.
But the feature you' want to study,
for you'll see if often this season on
the best suit models'", is the loose box
pleated, flaring coat skirt and the ir-
regular points in which it falls, the
side points touching the skirt bot
tom. The skirt is boxpleated and
rather narrow, and 1t falls In folds
that suggest the much-taflked-of pan