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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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the way back to happiness for two I. joy and a golden future -as well for
chastened souls." the two little waifs
And in her words was promise and (Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
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Pair of Dahlia Shaped Rosettes.
No baby ever had enough fresh
bonnet ties. Therefore this little
Christmas gift is sure to. prove ac
ceptable to the mother of any baby.
The" flat flower shaped rosette and
the bridle which snaps at one side are
both new.
Mothers like the styh? because the
robbons are not long enough for
chewing, according to the teething
child's custom.
The nervous man had an uncon
querable dread of fire. Even when
he went holiday-making he carried a
rope with a hook on the end to facili
tatehis escape in case of fire. In one
of his summer trips the proprietor of
a small country hotel happened to
come into the nervous guest's bed
room just as he was unpacking. The
proprietor's eyes lighted on the rope.
"What's that?" he asked, sus
piciously. "That is a fire escape," the ner
vous man said: "I always . have it
with me so that in case pf fire I can
let myself down from the window."
The landlord rubbed his chin medi
tatively. "That is not a bad idea," he said
at length, "but guests with .fire es
capes pay in advance at this hotel,"
Answer: Nothing strange econ
omy becomes a habit with jtha

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