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"Well, I had to have clothes for
"Oh, no, you didn't; you had to buy
Ice creams and suppers for that new
est mast of yours, that little mushy
fool from Femleigh."
"Say, Maud, don't call "the. girl
names. She may be a poor simp, but
"They won't call her that long if
you keep on. The whole company is
laughing at her Laura Jean Libby in
fatuation." "That's good business!" laughed
Winter. "Let the good work go on."
"Well, I want to tell you that noth
ing is going on till I get that money.
I didn't take this trip for my health."
"All right, but you've got to be
quiet and make an early sneak."
"Say, did you know Benston had
his eyes on the Fernleigh girl. You
will have to diwy up with him!" And
she laughed shrilly.
"I don't care. Let him take her.
I suppose he'll haVe to or he won't
keep her in the company.
Poor little Elizabeth! It seemed to
her the room was whirling about her
and everything turning black; but
she hastily packed her belongings,
left a note for the manager and
rushed headlong to the station. She
'didn't know.whether she could catch
a train, but she must get as far away
from her terrible experience as she
Late the next day she arrived at
the old familiar station, wild-eyed
and exhausted, but glad to be home.
Almost staggering under the weight
of her valise, she went down the
street Suddenly some one lifted her
"May I carry it?" asked a familiar
"Oh, Earlfe!" was all she said. But
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.)
The nativea of Raafrow, Africa,
have a peculiar way of making
chairs. The back of the chair is put
on at the opposite end to where our
backs of chairs are put
.UNCLE SAM TELLS HOW YOU CAN GET STRONG .
The following exercise is for de
velopment of the leg, arm and back
muscles. Quickness and snap are
necessary to get results.
Bend to squatting position, hands
on the ground between the knees, as
shown at left
Extend legs backward to leaning
rest, as at right
Straddle legs, close, straddle, close,
for 16 counts.
Resume first position, then atten
Length of stride in this exercise
should be 28 inches between heels.
Round backs are the beginning of
weak lungs and bad heart action.