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out. When you two eloped I saw that
if you didn't start right you'd run
Into a switch. Now, then, you
showed sense, you made good. I'm
proud of my beautiful and dutiful
niece-in-law, and I say," my dear, it
was a bungalow you planned out so
gayly, wasn't it?"
"Oh, Uncle Hiram, that was just
a foolish girl's fond dream!"
"Visions come true," pronounced
Mr. Lee oracularly. "There was a
white pergola and a screened porch,
and oh, you opulent dreamer ! an
"You'll make her cry if you keep
on," warned Wayne.
"She'll laugh afterward," pre
dicted Uncle Hiram gayly. "Very
well, look at that"
UNCLE SAM TELLS HOW YOU
CAN GET STRONG
Constant -practice-at the following
exercise will produce strong, flexi
ble muscles of the arms and legs,
straight shoulders and backhand a
Standing at attention, flex arms
over shoulders with lateral motion,
knuckles to the rear, hands closed,
as shown by outline.
Lunge sideward to right and ex
tend arms to side horizontal, knuck
les to the rear.
Resume first position, then atten
tion. Repeat left, right, left
Exercises begin and end at "at-tention!'
He extended a photograph. It was
that of an exquisite little home, a
bungalow, -And there was a per
gola, and an automobile stood in the
"We'll go and see it tomorrow,"
announced Uncle Hiram. "I had my
lawyer purchase it last week:
Yours," he added to Vera.
"Mine!" she uttered breathlessly.
"And you can have your washing
done and my nephew may discon
tinue his barbarous proclivities,
But Vera's arms were about his
neck and her kisses silenced the fur
ther explanation of the good old fel
low who had given them their heart's
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
WHAT HAS BECOME
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THE FELLA WHO GAVE UP
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Electricity is the only agent that
will lhaw frozen water pipes without
disturbing the ground.
In the front of a large London
building tb,ere was recently found a
pigeon's aest made of hairpins.