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SIMPLE RULES ON HOW: TO -BE BEAUTIFUL ffl'fifc
Gives Advice fo Seekers After Lovliness. Care of tke HealtK and Person May Result in Dazzling Complexion and Make tlie Plain. Girl Beautiful. Hiat Constitutes Bciuty.
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Br Ilunrtt fnr. tb tnoat beautiful' A,4rr, wrinkled akin la lttually tha
woman In America, 4 reeult of too much scrubbingthat's th
HEN I was a, vary Httla girl X on,7 wora which describes me treat-
used to play that draama wr otn peopi givs meir .uu.,
rnj mad real thing draama. "WT, tha face ahould bo handled llko
And now I am pUylng again "iece of Dresden china. -
that dream e are real. . 4 w mow um won inrainK jo
For sursly It is naught but a iovly i,houM My"r UM nd water on tha
. ... . . . ' . . -v. . - faiaf It makes the akin bit rah PI anna.
or am uii niTt pee . cnosen in no -- , u rr. 'T"vrTrT X.
beautiful of them all and It's auch a -Ing with a good maaaaga cream keeps lt Tr B TYPl CfM-
happy dream that, I want vry other molu . ' n " ' , v
in to be m happy as I. i Tan and Sunburn. : r ' .; V, 'V
A at., avani m ! ma Malta tajkeaW ... .
..v. -svw, -- . -K..w a eea .aI..
J ws -ei. v wBswaaa ayvaaaa.y
to fire you' an old-fashioned remedy,
and a real beauty specialist ' told me
there was nothing better, v
- Make a little baa of medicated cheese
cloth and partially fill with bran. Keep
a pitcher of buttermilk In your refrig
erator, and ovary time yon come in from
Every night before retiring wash the ride or tramp pour a little buttermilk ,
with a towel so arranged that tha ateam
may be confined nnttl the akin la moist,
Then rub In thoroughly borax and mas
sage cream, after, which press out gently
with a commodore extractor. Never use
the natla or any Instrument that will
pinch or bruise, the skin,, for you thus
make the result wore than the oause.
Moles and superfluous hair are ucoosa-
face In tepid water, using a good, pure In a bowL dip Into It the bag of bran Wy removed by the electrto needle,
soap. ' !r. .. ; . and wash your face, hand and anna Never go to any but a reputable special-
Dry thoroughly and rub tn gently a The bran keeps them soft, the butter-. " ".' v ' V-y V
good massage cream with an upward milk removes tbo tan and burn and la TT. - v-li. M.i..... - 1 '
movement Bemember. always with aa ao refreahinr. us oi veus necessary. , .
may, with care' of her health and . per- .
son, be beautiful to soma one ' perhaps
' to many. ; v . ' :.
i The 'first requisite to beauty la a clear,
amootk akin. ' , " .
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; Cart of Complexion. .;,.-.,..",'
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S ,' -jr- 0rVTrP f
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PHOW BY ADELINE I&tyeK.. .CPPYJHGHT. PSNVZJg TOST
TOTAL DEPRAVITY-Aland on in.
Gratification of "Appetites Proves Exist
ence of People Depraved Beyond Hope
T33BWNB CO. '
roJIPOSlTB -PHOTO OP THE Z& .
fKfc'ENTlEE IN WHICH 200.000 PHOTO STOP
, upward movement.
Freckles and Blackheads.
la the morning wash, with tepid water -" ; ' mother's
Into which haa been poured a few drops Freckles are much harder to overcome, ever
of flncture of benaolo. - ;v ' aa they arc, an Iron ataln on the akin, they feel like velvet . I'll tell you the
Do not use water again on the faoe and can only be removed by the nee of . aecret. 6he always wears a veil -some-
during the day. Cleans when neces- an astringent which a face specialist times two when she goes Into tha wind
:ary with maaaag cream, wiping off will recommend. or sun. ; ;
t tHoroughly and dusting with a little The most serious blemish to the com- Follow the" directions above and wear
rioa powder. A pure powder Is no ; plexlon are-blackheada. - ' . . . a veil to protect your fac from sua and
A MARRIAGE BY SURPRISE-
A dear little old lady friend of my T-J, t. ' ' C ... "XT 1 11 A .
other's has the prettiest complexion i Jxomance ' Ou festive ' of jyiiddle xxges
er saw. " I love to touch her cheeks , . :'. ' ' OD "
(From ft Staff ObrrespondeBJt.)
waiting, and then off to Madrid as si-
By Mrs. John A. Ixgan. ' ; 1 . to the appeal of their husbands, chil-
HO can doubt the soundness of n 'r,,,NfhKwlr!Tf"dut5
., to restore them to tbelr eense oi outy,
the doctrine of total depravity or self-respect death alone bringing re
T. when evidences are seen every : lief to them and ' their heartbroken
day of it. truth? Oth.rwl... I" ".aU.
" ' how can we account for the deprTitT j
perversity, wilful debasement and da- If women in all their weakness ere
bauchery In which so many persons In- victims of such Innate evil propensities
4ul- th.m,.ii..t . what of the countless numbers- of men
,5? . . jj .. . . " careers betray the old
Why will Individuals addicted to In- Ad i that is said to be In every man
temperance, the drug habit and many In their early life they seem to be sm
other vicious propensities turn deaf bltioua, proud men; they may be talented
ears to the plead I nice and prayers of and In all respects eligible for any po
wlves, mothers, husbands, children and attlon.
friends T Why will they persists the They win the hearts of all who know
use of alcohol, drugs and tobacco In them, frequently tbe heart and hand ofj
their various forms when they ; know the most brilliant, attractive and lovabla
positively they are poleons that are women of their acquaintance and mako
wrecking their Uvea and their for- them their wive- These may have ful
tunes if there was not In their natures filled the place of wife and mother ot
the seeds of total depravity r , their children admirably: they may have
- If It la not -a true dogma how are entered into all their husband's plana
we to explain the conduct of youths with enthusiasm and may have . con
wlro have known nothing but Indulgence trlbuted largely to their success. For
and luxury, and who have had affection a time the husband may have been
and solicitude lavished upon them all worthy of the devotion of hla lovely
their Uvea, and whose parents have been wife; but step by step his lndulirence
examples of perfect rectitude; yet their In vicious habits does Its fatal work,
children are so obstinate in their evil and finally the brutality and depravity
... 1 . 1 J I M. I 1 A L
ADR ID. Love a strategy has re- "'"' v,,r rr; tendencies that they cannot be won from of his nature get aupreme control, an)
detriment to tha complexion, bat do not To remove them, steam tha face by wind and dust, and yon will havs a com- copied through-
Their dissolute conduct they he never stops till he has wrecked hie)
holding It ovar a veesel of I hot water, plexlon Ilk roses and cream.
HOUSEKEEPING UP TO DATE Surprising Hat No
, One. Hfis I Realized Tkat Housekeeping Is a Business ' '
By Professor Otto Flck.
m dla area and a "-s.rrl.re bv Samt rm lHtothAuot tb "0- breaking the hearts ot all who own life and that of his faithful, lovlnsj
aaes and a "marriage by eld ksnt . not run Into tto hands of th cannot be in- wife heaping the deepeet humiliation
surprlsa," to wblchHwo elopers fS'"-h11'HL . ,h! ondSd due to reform. The go from on upon hla children and frlenda
..... v. - i i up by the time the 130 mliea waa enaea . -n , .nnt... ,,n,u i , nn, ..n.i. Hth h
rS5T3 braldt-h- o?V.Vr.r As SK. .Vr? S3 S
of the land.
Raving in mind tha enchantment of
In some cases, not aatlsfled with tha
gulsh he has csused by wilful neelect
id perfect abandon In thd gratification
descended and "'rJd r,""-ehaVtt women who have been delicately reared ambition and position, squanders his In-
tha nuuiw, ri,. ri,.. i2 j. , iT.i -.T- .K. ana seemingly nave ail ine nooie quaai--come ana nni m cumimniuiiimip WB
W romance of King Alfonso and Queen Ing, for early mass had begun. - Th tlea that couJd BrwI a womsn. dissolute men and women, and lavlehea
Ena, stern parentaln Spain hav treated coupl made their way toward themmt. n,,,-! wen. thstr husband) loyally de- upon the women of that clasa hla entlr
young lovera with mora than usual The'r wt,chaA li pr?." 1 IfTKil 1 voted to then!, for whom for some physl- subntanoe; la orlng th exletenc of his
f " . TI". , ,.m V1. v T, fona-egation, then they ellpped to their indisposition physicians sometimes lesitlmaU wife, he appeara In publlo
leniency. Tel In th noble hoyae of knees and clasped each other s hands. pr.cl.ibd some drug or alcohollo remedy, showering attentions upon his tem-
Da Rnnmitata 0aM aa ..untln. Aa th DMeet. With armS UDllfted. PrO- - , uA .., nt Wlr.h thaw nn lnfmtii,nl. linn Immnntl.
oan icaU hla where he ma receive his allV. and afterward com th SO at. Th Mr ki.ht.r ih. v., rvir.-. nouncedthe benediction of the mass th iy become perfectly recklessT In their Do not auch. cases prove beyond alt
IS surnrtslns- that oraetical Amer-' friends and wham hla wife'a sunervialon f.k of dish washing and then again Petronilla. named for ancestors of the ??lJ,5? iT"ri TAT?..S ..r abandon w ths fnyoinie or society poss bis eontraaicuon tnar tnere is sued
still more cooklna- for ths next meal ,., n..7 i. .. ...,,. ula tteeeasary tor constituting ins mar- they may hav also lost all control of
and still further dish washing. In a te- Villa Heal In eveV- wv th rir ? r,f" aurprlee." When a moment themselves and become quite Indifferent
a thing aa total depravity In th human,
tea has not yet had Its eyes opened can make , everything comfortable ae'
to th fact that housekeeping can cording to her own Ideals. Aside from dloue, never-ending routine. This com- iovra wTra iJV sh i. L nV i ,atr thT stooa and 'ookod into
be mad into a rwular buslns this hotel Ufa. ven taVad-caUed apart- P'rnrSd'eni0. biutiful wtrt?Ss 5 her finger .'S, '?tboThWUw STd" thS
...r. .i,i,.i i- k v... v,i. i. -., M ntl incidental gas smell and other ,lD. onl chll(1 . -.i.h. tZr. according to both law and th
-- m -'w ..w--.. ------- Tumea reauv nss no ciace in a noma vs.. ' ' . enure a.
features which would mak It too 'J ?5BA. -wlr. twin hopa t.v to Pae.and .;, tS?LXJTVZ;"S STS. - - 'j 1
eiv for common people to tak ad- :rKih".aiJ.';. rr "I0.r. 'T ?nt sium mi - j r." V. rT-":. Romance Most Popular.
""Sl"' 11 U urPrta ti.at need and deserves to snjoy. An ldal uking place in a flit or In anyplace y01?? to Krt tHngrather than n hMt was mad to reach the
no architects or builders have, so far, "" " nn( ww, vi ' n Immediate proximity to aleeplng WV1" " woraing ma '---- .,.- v-, tr. .,
f.nii . .ninii.. r ih. .mMm t,i.h achieved by having one's own houae. while the cookln- Itself slwava Tn two young aristocrats lived in young marquis- home. Her at tb
found any solution of tbproblw iwhich with a retinue of capable servanta. bui JSrniliie, wurc of ' wrangUs b!tw5 their family palicea in this city and breakfast table tb brid was warmly
ncs.rlly must and certainly will be hnces of planar i,trM. ,nl Ind 5 " nt'nuous t frequently In th. gay life olfad- --,lcoml by th bridegroom's parents
found. If w expect aver to be able to J001"'" " " J"? ,V.?lS-iw?- tiJi o' servants la on of th un- rid. now basking In tb aunahln of a ZZl,,. a ..i.wTm lZ.iu,
7FJ!Z by ISaSa d'con.?.n?lyf'0bISom',nnI M ' U'' -
non-eoonorolo and Impractical manner In SA1!. iiouiViftoi; .? Siiv! ' "K!? M,rtou!. th years pass because They , loved. . Th youth dclard his m1 tna best h could of It anil, with
which an ordinary dwelling house tor. Jorthi,nidd c7Vof t.oVKtvPaMV "LJTJLSSnKJyI: to th haughty Marauls d Con- P " tb happy pair
say, 10 famUlea is arranged. Th sup- When planning, mentally, th rec- wpt servants' positions with families fluista and was insuntly refused.- H . secret was mad of th marries IeM Jndlfferenc. Th only sign of so- aoul so that it no longer served aa af
ply of water, heat and light has bn ! ?ou '2 fewer each sought th aid of his parents, but they. " tn society circles, though many goe-tlvlty about him was th manner to even to himself and why was It
ientraliaed. and It would b difficult to ?n? "u?A".Anr'r.V For theae res eon e the adoDtlon of . " . in.i hmnuihiM nn.rmti ... 'i. v. -n- k- i vi. that In all this grest city there, seemed.
. i- , ins sppiicacion ox an lecnnicai improve- anAth.r maiI. f livin. t . 104 met wiia a rtnuo. ne upnwiuun rr - wuivu - iwhw, . wwvw .
imv. .-- m-nis whlrh hav. hMn a.viseyt un to r v... J'." . . . puDiio ceremony. k
Any on passim
SO FEW. UNDERSTAND People
Know; How toMendrVorn Out Inanimate
Things, But Not rVorn Out Humanity
By Irene Gardner. .- been repaired so that It could do as)
HE man was leaning up against aa tooi aervlce aa it had ever done, because,
, " , ' .," " . . aome one underatood exactly what waa
1 uu. v . - m. matter witn It, tnere was no on in
plctur of abiftlessness dirty, all that paaalng throng who understood
rareed. deaenarate looking. Hla hla ahattered nature well enough to re
- 1-11 -? T- if!, pair it and bring it back to usefulneea.
imsim wwr ma - Something had ahattered that man
I J VWtmFWt WIIV L! ej i II I IU W sT- . " 1. 1 1 . . a . . a.e-w... aaavua va si tllB) - III .KUl,
turn to tha use of the well and Its buck- J."""1" Z'Jl "V'iZ t.liu?,..v ln Dut noalty. pur and slmpl.
, at or kerosene la ids or heating stoves "a". l "w i' rri 1 . 1 . .
ifter once he had been accustomed to S1l!?n,,..,.lf 7 IZ r.S ,
push a button in order to get light or P 'l ?.n1 f fh'Uror
to turn a fsucet or knob Tn order to Vh?ei?fS. Tf pwini. th?,5
;; be supplied with water or heat w hi tt. H.
But It aeema not yet to hav been fiI2V. tt ni.Y'lt'.Jj.
realised that th most Important cen- fhikm !T hdnvl i? ' mlhinl'!!V1
trallaatlon of all that in regard to th ,rln5.?w KbL m! hlJ?' B-J
' preparation of meals Is the greatest L'f-, t..tV.,.55ul.L b..n.1.n
aseet of Improvement which can be add'
fanned th young couple's lev Into a
no one wise enouah in soul knowledse la
. repair it?
this roan quickly Had there been hundreds in that
Had Enough Toothpicks.
' From Tit-Blta.' ,
.. . . . . , i l V '.'. "'"rT- Anv on oasslna
p-seimw .ns nery moon 01 young -pain merni ano xne rorrn 01 in remarxaoi would h,v iw lolilm only , low down passing throng who wsnted to help that
wouia orooa no oDsiacine. im xuun. . ""7 i' 1.. loarer. But, stsnamg near 111m ior m man tney wouia not nave known now
Marquis met Donna Petronilla in secret; The romance is the most popular sine fw minuets while waiting for a car. to go about it. Had they stopped to
k A wall know aculntoe tall. th. ei " oriDeo ner ouennej a cnarming V.i .VI .. ' rurtlvely sruaieo ni- lace ana saw in speaa 10 mm tney would not hav
. 1 A wait Know sculptor tells th fol- cr.t Oorrspondsnc passed ..between storlea and other Act Ion the "mar- u unmlatakable evldenoa of a mind that known what to say. and even knowlna.
- lowing Story: .. . .. v ' ' them. VJiK. Dy.vJ J '. 1 "own. But must onc hv bn natur would not have understood how to sr
"Whenever I ae a toothpick I think On day on of th girl's scented lov !" ,r" "a 00- with traces or refinement.- Borneming it. Th very fact that so many peopla
a dinner that was given in Rom miasive went astray. Her xatner reaa . : : T ' " . , v naa puiiea nim aown n, nm paraea mm witnout a worn was an
1 . ft. 1 A . . . . k. nun. wn mur m i w w . .1 .n.Mni H.nh. .imAar th. ..bn.ii.M.At AH it..i. . . . .v. .v. .
to a dwelling house, as It conceras a,"dl" x t b.la. th. youngsr of th rooms. In th raneacklng ' billets by .And it has now become th vogue lowest depths of degradation. knew not low to approach him.
nltely greater exnense accounts than J" ulb7i1 'f .Tiira? I nnr? to bl- He glittered with gold 1 m- th score were unearthed and with them Win. ' , . He stood there almost motlonleas Why Is It that man la ao little In
relating toethe water, gaa and VI iLf,r."t5,? VL?il iSh-..-!. broidery and great diamonds, bit never- the details of ths secret courtship. " while hundreds of people passed him. touch with man that a soul whose light
rv11-. nirl Us . V.w T. -s He gianceo at some or tnem usiiessiy, is snatterea cannot be named? is It
while they did not sppear to see him. becauae we give so little thought. .
(I wish. In this oonnee-
nlanned In ihiinmnx' nan follow 1 hair theleaa I pitied him sincerely, for h Th marqula, th marchioness and
linn, tn reelater mv most earnest nblee-
' tia. tn heatlna- SDOsrstua without van. 9.WI aesirea in
Ulatlon. Such an arrangement marks ln It hWln? hlm rous T and
1. "ininn a, MWr...inn a.it. are employed there will be on room roue ana
V Lil. lA.V,i. .t mru Si. ithn,ri -ii- t soart for servants' use, because It lowara
I hi afreah VuddIv In axchanV And " ,lkel?' th,lt f"ml ot this clsas extended to
u 12 not Pawfiil t5 stlf?e TMmrtZ wtu b '0tn dispense with the serv- toothpicks.
' !'". "'"J ?.t.LwI.!" .-I"'. PJ' ices of domestic attendants. In houses saying ln a
r iVrohinlt n th InBtallatron of PP"'nted especially for families with " 'No
fhr aameVime some orovislon made It ;d"P .n:tn" Su"d P'.! I want
can b done at a very Insignificant cost 57 Lr. Jl."Ln.n?I!2M2r1!-. TJf.'?-ln 1
.illhiV1 -'h.,n.-. in enti.,.ch as hav no servant or nurs -
Coppenhsgen was Inspected by th rep- ald ar out . , LA"
, rS"nr;:,lX: 3 ,,..n.nd hr." .rVh.,1. For Smaller FamiUei. . - neirhbo
wr-uunuin, iv " " " .rti. L. 'I TrT. t ..! ;. ii ... i. r Torn th Phllsrtelphla Record. . Than, all of a sudden, a renal r waaon
Ptut " despair. No word cam. from hi. aweet- ..T"'" J5,rtt , thla Jl.fi"?'- SJV Z ldlh"r "T7 L",".r?w f Jh-t
tne oinners end a servant neart. Her ratner s servants witnstooa 1 . , " Vv. i . . . v, . v. .1 ". .7. , ' l""Vri. IikI . ".V7. 7 u.tT,' L. v ' rt. -i" -V"". '"'.''
lie wSvSJ thS put awav tlvei could I ge?no trac2 of th? rl and "ar a boom to th raos. "They sheltered, and something els seemed to a study of such work. I'erhspe If we
i W"T . P'aie away, iivew oouia get no trace o. me gin ana i-.-od,... nsw Id.sa. ha tha matter, for the entlr tOD of th wnul.1 antar lih - -.
n w inn m I Tar vnina n ar naranra. . tbm. waa nn nawa or . - .. . " . - - r . - . ----- " " . . . ,
thanV -on-. t have .lM.r1 th.m In h. h. wara nnt . cnriaienwi ine omer aay in Tirst pole naa g.n-raj. -r-...u , mio learning aoout our brothers
o-of th aocursed
no . mora.
llttl interest to the conditions of life
thinea. anS er anv of thalVrountrv nlaeea PD' or a married colege girt Now, anca A man go out ox me wagon ana, sisters ws might gnln some knowledse
tnings, ana ai any ox tneir country places. k.K(.a .ii.li .r kiu .v... . v. .filial n. .van mora aacurelv the .,i,. t, .v.... -t... a
, ,- ' - tmed'VerhVna But thl" on waa aa quiet climber's boots be had on, started up the natures and bring them back to uae-
1 1 . . cum Deo, peruana, to tne lure pi tenia or . i.k Thmiia-h... .- Mnn. nole. fuina .
InnoCfKe. ' 7 !. P!!:hP,.0ut0i.i0T nl .)pal.? i! It smiled up beautifully Into mv face. Immediately th attention of the But at present there ar so few of o
Daaeersuv was aiir.t- a.nj .iuuliw a wno umlaratanil Aa 1 l-ff tit. t.n-
turaf expert M. de Bruyn, Imperial
tural commission, th editor of th Ber
lin Loknl Anielger, who accompanied
provision mad for a servant's chamber, asked th Judge pointedly,
tham. exnressed his wonder tha
Idea of building auch houses had not
been exploited long before, sine It
en so perrecuy natural snn rea.
thst it waa hard to Imasln how
should ever hava been otherwise. -
anled thus already making a saving of on .."N.' Jh, Jedge; Ah J a to 'spactabl
t th n- -... v.. si !.,....- 1. ao- oat.
rroof of His
.. . . 1 . - ' . : -" vv i i man m ' uitut 1 t tha. wAnn
".IT -...I?:, Ln" X"ut"u I. W,JI?h wife at th chnstmlnVs nd. 'I must watch Mm. Having reached the top where the m.n stood leaning snln.t
as never Derore now
bout those things li
hraln of man h
Ured light began, to assume a norm! rmrant we are of tha onlv thins in m.. i
r long th workman de- tht counts
jii.i-u.nTi, -i u iius a uonnuistss nan oeen given in loan oi . T. .7...r nf tha nnle he went to work lo rena r h. -,;
T'a Chlckena a r..ll..'i n,inlv hnnaa nn tha mit. v"'."" " .C. V. "... .- .i," tih. i,- J :
n . -nr. .w.i bwi -. .-- .::" T , Denavior. 1 nave christened more than . rnucn we Know anr
.. ... ... . ' u iff. ..uin.iini cifiiii- asiria nr Tna viiiaaa m in jiino. mitb. . . . . . . . . . . .... wirn... h. aM.rn.ii tv .maw . - .. . ,
.ewunolllor and member of the archlta. "m "i"" ",.-W" "T"0 nr"'. ?" .. thoschfcken.r to Vh. blrthpl.c. of tM ftreat Pla-rro; ."7 sDlS.VJT? JJ, 2': Uv who to d"o;.du.iiy 'the" bet- T . w0,h".'n
.... rinnn. lArnnllla li 11 ilan .awav. - - . ' M . ' u A 1 1 . V. t V.. H n . . an n. . . . :
room. Furthermore, th kitchen -Is It Is ststed on good authnritv 5UCCetIIUl tlopement. said.
omitted in each flat, sine th food Is that bundle of feather was found i ti , .,..1. ... fw,i, water.
Hotel Plan Impractical. ."'.
It would not "do to try. to arrange ta
dally life of ordinary people on th ho
tel plan. . At th bottom of th heart
of every American Is th desire to hav
1 n young mother smiled aemurelv
v.. 1 1 . 11 , .u. annearance.
. 'His father and I. with a pall of acenaea 10 in i on. got a gioiM, went yes. the world has progressed
. have been practising christening 2'""h. ;iiir...i . . i " lously 1 s.me wsts. Ii.it n--TO
for the last ten davs.' d.own.r c,,n ' in J wagon, understand how to repair ti.
Idea of rehearalna a babv for a "J" T?".?"!""!? "n1 i"t of a human soul h 1
li.. wnina inrn .. , k. nr,..i 1
A.u A , . ,k. .1 .i..v In vnur hack vard the dav h.fnr. "r ""r "- 1 " on h!
r:....T: r..x . Chrlstmaa." ' a trusted mechanician and his swiftest "The
winning dt means or eieciria aumo ..t. ... .1 i. . . .t .,, ...... . rh-i.t.r.ini wm k... r .n i,i wT n..r ""'.
waiter. Which raoulra onlv a minute to rT-- ,Vm a'. V'a. " '-S-- o.n aw . i .h"'. .hlni"" light thoroughly refairl tht it
bring meal, up to th flat, on, th top der. be found in man back yard de day " to wmmunicat. with in r , ; tm"B,.0a """ I ,r Biany
floor. .How Impractical at ih present .."L if 'i Donna. Quickly an lopement wss ar- 8rer.tltlou. person, who may ad-. All this time th. d-relict h.. stood
time I. th nr-rat-stion of th. dally Ph'ck dose chicken, until d. day after ranged. Quit In th fashion of th mlr Senator Foraker and Senator Knox leaning against tha p.. 10, t.-, I, iif(..r,.t
meals In hmise with, for instance, 6 "ria-muaf . . mlddl agea did th girl steal from her w"l probably be Impressed with the to manifest anything but 11 umiiik ln-
famlllnal Thirty rooks, with thirty gsa " h,ra . ... ... ,,. . fact that no Penntor of the I nlted tereat in th work t M 1,. , n aolng
range and almoat numherl-se utensils TTnlon labor Is renewing Interest In beoroom. window in in Old castl. A Bute, -ever seppeI directly from hla on above hla head. ,mi irm rv.r
are prensrlna a multitude of different the nronnsltlnn to establish a mua-nlfu run throimh fields with her lovsr to the Henatorlsl nfric. intn ih.i .f tha Pr.ai. ,. iih . max 1 .. ... .. ..
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