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to print the book and I well, I have
aided in spoiling it with my illustra
tions." Susie cried. She could not help it
And then she smiled and a great glad
ness surged up in her heart at the
words from Ridley: -
"Tell you, Miss Fortner, they have
increased my salary down at the
office and I was wondering if you
would help me to save some of it
as my wife."
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MRS URIEL SEEREE.
Mrs. Sebree, wife of Admiral Se
bree, U. S. N., retired, is the head of
the woman's board of the Panama
California exposition at San Diego,
Cal. The board has charge of all so
cial functions at the fair and the
members have won much praise for
the manner in which they have en
Testing fire resisting lath, Los An
geles chemists claim to have pro
duced temperature of 1,830 degress.
Meaning nothing personal, we do
hope that the Old Boy doesn't hear
of these chemists.
No. 4 The Wild Boar.
Dear Children This noteworthy
photo is of the wild boar, taken after
he was captured. We had to wait
until he was caught before taking
his picture because we had a portrait
Notice the bald spot on his side,
that's where he was hit by one of his
captors with a bottle of hair restorer.
The boar won't touch that choco
late sundae in front of him because it
isn't buried. The boar never does
anything by half, he always goes to
the root of it.
Even with his strong rooting quali
ties it would be impossible for the
boar to enter one of our street cars.
The boar never uses a safety razor,
or parts his hair. He lets the tooth
brush and shoe brush companies do
it for him later.
After Uncle Sam has "got" Villa
and his bandits, why not go out and
clean up some of the bandits here at
home while we have our hand in?
Beginning with the Standard Oil and
going down the line, there are sev
eral gangs of highwaymen in our
own domain which make Villa's
band look like a Sunday school class