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that he has made a mistake and
taken something that was not his
and he has to give it up he never
worries about it. He simply forgets
and goes hunting his own again.
Margie, we're all animals only.
"You have often seen two dogs
fighting over a bone. When the bat
tle is decided the under dog the one
i'l who loses does not go away and
think about his loss. No indeed, he
simply hunts another bone.
"Instinct tells him that if he would
live he must not sit down in the cor
ner and whine. Fe must hunt for
his own bone or take it from some
one else who has gotten it by mis
take." "That's a terrible belief, Jim."
"Yes, but all the truths of life are
terrible, but we must face them."
(To Be Continued.)
o o '
Mary had little lamb
Its fleece was white as snow.
It follow Mary every time
She went to a picture show!
SOUTHERN GIRL HOSTESS WHEN SONS OF
VETERANS GIVE MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL
Loyal daughter of the south, Miss Marion Bankhead, granddaughter
of Senator and Mrs. John Bankhead of Alabama, took an active part in a
Mardi Gras ball given by the Sons of Confederate Veterans in Washington.
She was one of the official hostesses of the pre-lenten ball.