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CLEARED FOBgSEA. I

.ENTERED INWARDS I

HINTS FOR THE ROMS.

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HINTS FOR THE ROMS. BUT MEN WON'T BELIEVE IT. go true woman values the attentions of tttf she cares for for their material norik I thtt his gifts cost twelve pence or twelve ponadi I Mkkes muoh less differenee to her than mankind gaaerally supposes. thing is that he thinks of her—or that Hi Jn0 not think of her; that his love prompts hug ffc spend generously—or that it is of a apart ttdcttiating nature. The books, magazines., the occasional flowm Art she loves, tho conceit, or play planned be I rim her pleasure--all these are priceless to het, a riven by the right man; because they an ftiaenoes not so much ot money spent, bat III a thoughtful consideration for her. I And this is meat and drink to a woman's eoDL. ? M not that she is vain and thirsts for admira- tion. It is a deep, secret longing to be approet- | tied by the one being of all others from whom fho desirea appreciation. It is the average lot of women to see thew attentions gradually fade away, when affeotioa becomes an affected thing on both sides. And fhsrn is no woman on earth who is not deeply fponndad by this change in the man's attitude, She would do as much for him aa ever--thinim tf his welfare more constantly and tenderly. He, on the other hand, is infinitely less ooncemed ■bant her happiness, He does not BMW |» b* *nkind, but by ois tbmigM' W Hn W* • tkmmnA -Ntnea.

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