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SHE WOULD GO.

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SHE WOULD GO. This is the story one woman told another on the Flatbush-avenne car the other evening as the breezes blew, and the conductor kept calling out: "Step lively, now!" fearah kept saying that she and Will were going down to Coney Island some Sunday after- noon, and that she waia going to hire a suit to go in bathing. 'You can go down to Coney," said I, but for heaven's sake don't get intq a bathing suit.' 'For why ? says she. 'Because Will will see you.' 'Supposing he does ? 113e can't help but notice that your shoulders lop, your toes turn in, and that you are like a skeleton. You can pad oat your own cloth" and deceive himr but if he once sees yon in a bathing suit the engagement will be off.' "'Mother, you are an old goose, says Sarah. 'Will: lovewte to distraction, and nothing can come between- us., "I "And she went to Coney ? queried the eaher woman.. ""She did..77 ""And she got a bathing suit ? "She did. "And her feller saw-h^r 4n it ? "He did. Andâand! ? "And she gat thome at 11 o'clock at night to fall through the-door in a dead faint,, and when we had worked! over her for two long hours she- opens her eyes and whispers 'Oh, mother dear, why didn't I talle your advice I gob into a bathing cuit,finct.paraded up and down the beach, and Will said he'd sooner marry a, scarecrow from. a cornfield, aed it's all off, andl I want to die! "When a girl' won't take a warning frbm her mother that's what she comes ro," observed the other woman with many^eolemn shakes off the- head. "Yes, that's what she comes to, and if you' want to get out at this corner I'll buy the soda. water for both off us."

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HOW-TO TREAT BURNS.

NICE, DISHES.

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