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have only been matching her at her
own game. She likes nothing so much in the world as a flirtation. She couldn't be in earnest" "Ah, yes, she is this time, and " "I'm sorry," he said, "if that's true, but I don't think so. At any rate I wouldn't marry a woman who would flirt with any man who at tracted her. Do you think a man who brings all the respect and devo tion of his life to the woman he loves would choose that kind of a girl?" "I had had thought not, but " "But now are you sure?" She let her take him in his arms with a smothered "yes." (Copyright, 1917, "VV. G. Chapman.) CARE OF WOODWORK By Mary Urie Watson, Domestic Science Expert, Ontario Agricultural College. To dust woodwork one or more damp flannelette dusters are re quired. A steel wire brush, such as is used by painters, will expedite the cleaning out of corners and angles when woodwork has been badly neg lected. Begin at one corner of the room and dust the baseboard of wainscot ing. Do the doors and windiws as they come. Use the dusters to wipe up the dust and do not shake them about. When one duster becomes dirty take anoth er. Go over every board of the wood work and be careful not to slur over the corners. To clean woodwork, a fiber tub, two flannelette dusters, borax and warm water are required. Put a level tablespoon of borax into the tub and half fill the tub with warm water. Wash a section of the woodwork with one duster and immediately rub dry with the other duster before pro ceeding to the next section. To polish woodwork or floors with kerosene the necessary apparatus is the can of kerosene, kerosene plate, kerosene mitt, handful of cotton waste or old soft cloth, and a wool en or flannelette cloth. Put a very thin layer of kerosene in the plate and dip the mitt into it. Rub a section of the wood hard with the mitt, being careful to clean out the corners thoroughly. limner diately rub as much kerosene off the section as possible 'with the cotton waste. Then clean the next "section When all the wood has been cleaned and the first section has stood for at least an hour, polish it with the woolen cloth. He The styles in woman's clothes are scandalous. She Don't worry, dear. They'll change before you get me any,.