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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WORLD-- PRICE OF DRIED FRUITS IS SENT SOARING BY WAR The Boosl in ihe Cost of Currants Is Just 212 Per Ccnl, and Even the Pivot Is 100 Per Cent. Is Supplying Us Now. A Hv vVlLUAM l.V.WJS EDMONDS. -MO-NX! -itaple articles ol willed Iiave been sent -hlgh In wllhla Ihe lual three years few huvc ascended' lo greater lielBhl relatively than liioie ii-hk'h come under tho general I'lusgitjcaliou foreign Orled fruits. In ilils classification are Included jalslns, prunes, figs, and Hefbre the war the housewife could ijci currjiils; of good quality rU cjgln cents 11 pound. If ehc can of- fonl to buy die saino gratio to-day ake hna to pay 25 cenia u pounJ. an npprL-cIalUm o( a. HUIe over 212 per L'i-m, Kvc-n If die buys raisins as -n substitute, n'hlcli iJhe BDIV frequently ilui-a, she baa to pay '5 io 80 per tent, more than did ulieu the iluve of pcaca ivoa on ilie Wheti Bhe buys prunes the excess vharKc la about Ihe s.iine. If It is is lowed HKS llmt she wants as an al- lemaie wilh prunes for the breakfast table tho costtIs 100 per c-cjji. hljlier than (hrte ycara ago, The only diii-d fruit (hat lias been more mwlesl In reffard (o (he estlina- o! Its value Is the ilule, ivlilcli has hctn conlc-hlcil with an advance of auoul 50 per ctul, in price. To our forbears'of a couple ol pen- er.itions removed this nniircclalJoji of values would not have been of the slinkiest concern. When they wonted Cried fruits It was llille II any of Iha foreign kind that they obtained. They them themselves. From ihelr they gathered applea. cut them into quarters or eighths, strung them on strings and dried them either In the sun or in ilia kit- chen. This was often supplemented by wild raspberries eat tiered from the adjacent forests and dried In the, sun. The aarnc process ivas occa- sionally npnlletl to pluniE. We more prunes, the 11.492.000 pounds, Giver than to -day. yet It was prln- clpally due to the increase in one uajntly, TaJsJns. of ivhk-b we brought in pounils, com- pared with Sl.G6f.000 la ilso brought In tiuantlty belnt' compared with In 1914. As a. matter of facl.'ll vas only -in cur- rants that (here a decrease, and n them the dccrcaw ivaa over W per coin., Hie quantity helng but 7S3 (joundc, compared wilhN three yea is aec. lite toller was rtucri smaller than In iome of the preceding yearj. Of dites, we (tn- porled pounds, compared wilh and of figs 4.3S3.C37, compared with pounds. Greece practically having a mono- of Ihe ivoild's proilucllon of cur ran Is, there la no possibility of trade In that fruit to any otlicr country. The best wo can do we cannot pet a sufficient quantity of our norms! requirements la to substitute another kind of fruit, Hie small, or S-Jltaua, r.ilsln obtain- nlile In California. From Uncle Sam. THE year of outbreak of Hit: ivar saw 51 per cent, ot our re- quirements supplied by the United Stales, but. last year the proportion swpllcd to 07 per cent-, tlie quantity being pounds compared In J311. ivhllo from Spain we obtained but S 42.653 pounds, compared M'ilh Turkey, which In ante-bellum, llnica supplied us with Sullana raisins, noss-' b'eins an enemy country, did not, of course, us last year with a pouim, llio ijuanllly by her three years ago waa B No Longer Independent, VT we are to fit Ay no longer In llm independent position of our ancestors, We can get evaporated of factory production, and (he old-fiLshionrd of drying apples Is still En vogue on some ot the farms- llut dried ami evaporated apples do not supply ui to-day .with sufficient, variety for our_ Lsiate or sufficient tiuanllly for our demand. llcnce our doneiifJcncc upon Ihe for- eign market for dried [ru'lg that can with Loth variety and the fiscal year ending Mnrch last ive Impelled [loundG of dried fniits, valued nl This vas about six nnd Ihrcc-nuartcr pounds jicr.-head of population. While Ihi.i total was larger L-y poijnda thnn the country ihiported three years ngo, when prices ruled BO very much supply ui quantity. During Two Jackets That Will Prevail in the Autumn One Is Hip-Length arid the Oilier Hem Lenglh Polonaise Revival. OUT OF FAMILY ALBUM Elimination of Waste IB to Be Feature of Fall and Win- ter Clothes, Uy AN.NK KllJfc _ T has already been Daring Heroine Honored by tbc French Government !n Ihe mJJsi ol (he group al youngsters, parr Ihc class. irijlHi th? fared for durlJijj the r- Ornmn occupation. ij a woman whom Fraruc iJ proud. Many articles have appeared In Pails Journals lelllnp how ?ht lor her entire class in a vmaga during tlie Ucrman occupation. Ik-fort ihe war she was sclio-slmlatress at Slaucourl, OLPP, nmj lior himicind was schoolmaster at DcauRie, twin villages, Wlitp. tlit llcchf-s invnded France M. L'eik'iiuer hastened 10 Join Ihe colors an-.l In lime became a. Ilia wife could noi nlmtfon hfcf pupllF. Slv- remained TO r.icc the Invaders, even Iildijitj wounded tYi-nrh johllrrs In :lm of her homo ill llte'fisk of her life. Kht- gHilKMTd Lolh her own nnd her husband's pupils In her nml ronmir.e.l al her post for thirty months. JInve. IMItfiucr took of iTictlcally L'-c-ominp of. the two villages. When carried away )iy Ihc Germans AS he had prepare! a. huce mlna Hit both rU Maucour ;mj Uejugic, ji ra thci I'Yench recapiureJ tlic in rf this ;-ear, Mme.' hostage. She tmmged to fscapa Just in lime to .warn tins French under the nml Jier warning a cahiilrcplio nvetlc'J. pcunds. Great Brltatn, (h rough whom we obtained 5SS.623 pound a of Rpanlth ralilns tn 1314, we last year only bouRhl 2.539 pounds. It mil bo seen thai as far as raisins arc con- cctncd tlic United Slates product low practically monopolizes the Can- aiJJin market. Anil Jl also appears to be warning lhat way In regard to llic proporMon brought In from the United Stales last year being 55 per cent, of the tolalj compared with 36 per cent, In 1911. There was a. ihne when nil llifr prunea consumed In Canada were ol Austrian and French origin, but even before Ihc ivnr they had been irelly well supplanted by the United States product, latler, then as now. supplying about 97 jier cent, ol our total requirements. In-1911. we Imported pounds or Austral- ian prunes and of French, while last, year imported none of cither. For dales. 01 1 couri we arc dependent upon Asln ard Africa, al- though Ihe great bulk ol our supply la brought (n through United .Slates YOUR HOME IS IN YOUR SOUL, NOT MERELY IN YOUR HOUSE A Woman's Abode May Be One Bare Room, and al the Same Time Be a Happy Home. EVERY WOMAN HER OWN FOOD CONTROLLER Whcallcss Whirligig Frcnzicdly Faced by Our Haunted .Housekeepers ARE .CHICKENS MEAT? Puzzling Problems Discussed by Red Cross Workers Around Surgical Table. KATHLEEN K. DOtt'KKIl. of course, hns bren for moi-.lhs Lhe And now we :irc facing the H wrestling fi II. C. ol L, Splril o( the thfil most of us have read about lately with a goort deal of tntrrcst, ,nto inalEnifiriiTice lipfore Food Con- lrol. Control Is n thing we can Russian Coat is Now Being Shown la Called ihe Volga, and Is Quite a Simple Affair. _______> iK TUissIp.n blouaa as It has heen worn does not npncnr In Ihe new fashions, ljul there is a new coat named YolRa alter the groat Russian river. It nothing of ihe swjsh and sivacser ot the Russian, ballet Mouse u-llh Us fur .leni, much full- ness and ornale sash. It Jg a [afTair of Ian colored roueli woolen reservo for dealing i in our quiet By MAtlY B. WALTER. WHEN J-ou built your new hoiiso nil tlio up-to- ilate jmprovcTncnta and fit- ted Jt with fine furnlluro And costly TUBS and Rucli that made you BEX! liopiiv, you fancied you had lulll a. bul.yoii hadn't. When, ns a you fussed over your trousseau nnd cat up Intc cmurold- crlnp dollies, towels nnd napkins', when you picked out your dishes and received your wedding jircsenl silver, you thought these things marie liome. They didn't, they never do. If they dirt, (hen what If (he fins house burned down and (be lovely hrlOe things were stolen? Where would lio the Kvcn In n mansion nmltl splendid fittings thai maVa her Ihe envy ot nllicrs, wilh n, husband to ba prourt of, n ivfil find home So when a woman creates a home or llrc man sho lovca she must first I havo established tlie sense cl home n her own mind, her own soul. In he Invisible slruclure ahe (hns builds the woman welcomes her nim kindly jurigment, nnd Hnowa bis faults are nol himself. her (ho man Is at taso and can >e his best self. In her presence nnd in all his thoughts of her, he Is "at koine." Vi'lien a man and a woman flrul this completeness and liajijiincss In cnch other, find rest and pc-aco In one nn- olhcr's presence, there alone is true union nnd true love, there alone Is ilome." Unless the matcrla? I in da on such a foundation It u-lll jo n. liouSe, a riUice for eating sleeping. ArounJ this higiisr Idra of liome, Is sure lo unless aho has first the coiiac of home In Iicr own soul. And If eho hns Any viglon will, lhat home never consists alone of Things. On the oilier' tiantl, A wo; (ilioilo may bo one hare room wilh only ft faltlc nncl chatre, yet wllh Ihcsc feiv floor things ahc may really make home. And even If those fp.do from her aho allll have homo, because rhc haa realised lhc true mm n Ing of home nnd established hers accord Inply, and best, of oil, UG cciuac flho and (mother Ji.ivo faun' hc-fne In each olhcr, Xo mullcr how earthly Ihlnga Ml luvny from these tup, no mtvUer If .Ibcy arc left i Icfi, It tho home each built wllh- (n Jilrr.sclf nml lins foimtl In tho other xtlll unvlolnled, ho nml she rillicr, wllhoiit fl> nlntjlo inMcrlal will pHII have n homo. 11 Is in (Ms duller sense, nol merely In 11 rp u.iual rrtcflnlnff. Mini Iho world looks lo Woman ni home inakcr hours, when he can concentrate all our faculties upon iL HuL Food trol hns to be (aken Into account, npl only three limes dally with our meals, hut almost hourly In between as well, if we are lo have anything like a real control of the queslidh at all. And sometimes llm Spectre of limited Mnsllcalion pursues Hie Ilaunleil Housed re per even Jnlo Jjrr ilrrains! Meatless days, of course, arc sim- ple as A.U.C., during the sum liter lime al least. lots of eggs, rream, fisli and fresh vegetables meat icully not missed. never K grcal meat enters In our fam- ily, anywnyy It'is what mifilit be described as Uie ends of a Meatless Meal that occnsioniilly cnuso (he unguartlcil lo blaspheme. 'Fish, for sail] by Vis-' T-vla at tho Surgical TaWe, folding ra" irilli mncij'ncllko nrfi-' clsion, "Jlroilcd whitcfish for Tues- day's dinner, rechauffcd fish for iVcdncsday'a well. And (hen de cape for nnd Saturday. Fish Is nil New Ruwian Coat Jt. U caLlotl Volca, from" the great Russian-i'lVcr, and is ol tan colorc-d with V.nlf-inch- h collui: fastcnfcl with bone buttons. Utlt of Russian cloth, such as the Russian pcaaanla wear. Us bodice fj slim, and Ihe E pan linngs limply against, the.fieure with slight fullness. 'There is a. dee'p yoko outlined "_oli Die todke with halt-inch tucks placed on the niKterlnl, and tlie yimple.-soiaierOJk'e, belt is of russet There is no obvioua fiistenlnB> tp. this coat. JL locks ;as though It Ja flipped on orer Ihe' head, tut "-'it is- not- The collar that goes is of the maltrial and is much thV shtipa ol the coachman's collar borrowed from the KrenclrrcyolijUoji: It' is fastened at the sldo1' brown bone Imtlona. A new kind of Russian cap Is made to go with this Volga coat, announced lha.1 two of J.ickns will prevail In the autumn. One hip englir en'J one Is lic-m length. The Is called a polonaise and the ormer la called a The revival or a jtolonalse Is mcre- y a conlribullon to the fashion for op coals, Ono can use a polonaise over any kind of slilrt ami blouse, and Jf Jt Is lined In ihe colorful and nlereEling ivuy that prevails aTnong altors to-day It presents Itself as a jarmenl of rare merit The short Jacket, however, as It 111 lie v.orn this auUirnn. la a bit of cosiumery Hut Is Uken by the hack ot neck yti'led out of the "amily nlluim. Whether or not the peculiar vaudc- .ille (rick of presenlinp a famllv al- bum In and living pieces, which has spread over New York through the success ot ona of Llie musical revues of Ihe season, the predecessor of ?lhta short, 'ttshL Jacket nobody can lell. It Is a far- fetched idea, no doubt, hut don't you Uilrk Jt Is rather Interesting1 thai the stage folk should get up.' a' family album scene lhat runs through'vaude- ville fashions as dancing does, and that, skirt should lie launched Into cos- turnery? One ol these Jjckels-which will un- prove a success because It has been Issued by a. dominant has a lltilc husllc nil its own. It belongs to A. skirt that- Is quite narrow, und It rhas a bit of nn up- ward pull from knees to %s'aisl1irie rt t that It Is the n pull so not _ noticeable. even sweetbreads were all pUEhtd off the menu together liy ilia I regu- Iftllon. we real p lly to li they re. But. arc imit ourselves to meat i-ery well In It's place but fish four ;lmea n week "That's only because we don't gel suffJctenl vnricty of fish. Is Ihe Spiritual I grow lhc nmlcrlal ninnlfesLaUon of i and human comfort, nut alas tor her and (or him who look to ihe external alone for homt1. They never look Bhovs Thing! which fade, rile i ml burn up, which make unhappl- ness, Wit erne; 9, Ma- ;crlal llilnga tire not. (he reality. (crial things alone do. not make telephone toll rang: with we red the call.- doc I 'said n worrloil voice, 'someUn'np xeems (o fnvo happened to my wifo, mouth scema act, nnd fhc rnn't sny "Why, .ine mny lir.vc snlil you Well, it you QM', in before the filc Ale fish every said DOdy. My VJa-a-vls mntlc .1 grlmnce, not as Ihc onc-and-only sho retorted in a scal-y voice, Alt Vartettet m World KljlA- one ccin 'iave n" lKe W variety In Ihe World, wllh rrKide-over flsli sjJd ihe Olfb CJirl, who, tho' the often hag good Ideas, tins n liaMt of going (he JQB! cr "one letter'1 that does (no.l help lo potiulnrlzc her her recounted adventures. "1'ou can have or purer-cd of or curried {ll'a parllrularly good ciir- made Jnto sand- done with brown Brnvyr or wllh cheese; white put In layers, strewn wllh hnrrl-bolletl fgc-, CRP- ml slices of lomalo (arifl a few mueh- Thc dwtor an- rooms If you nrc Lolh lucky antl nrr up Ihls wny s Umc nesl you wouM ilrp In nnd nml wllh a nice cream O'er lli'c really tie- llclous." "f'npcrs would bring something nrw Inlo Its life, anil rlirrr It said my VIs-a-vls. 'I think I'll try thnl Hut llifsc HcrflrFs nnd Tlaconlesi Ihlnl: tlu-y AUK. confiig. JnK1 HKiaC, of CDiirse-thnt's d enouih, AL first I hail not reall lhat kid- it only (INK meal every Oay as well as Iwo entirely meatless ilnys n wec'n? chicken_meat? Ami if you had :oh for breakfast (two little sliccal) vould It be pure lack of patriotism [o :ave veal for "Oh! Nnl- chided the i topping-with lhc crank In mid-nlr, as tho'-frozen ivilli Jiorror ;il llic very calves should he kiileil." "Hut what Is Ihe Dairy.man going a iloT' broke In Ihe Glib Girl (did I sny_3hp ivaa uxows that hen! cAtllc have lo 'como In' .year lo kceji up llic milk supply, and' It Juei isn't possible for Ihe UJalrymcn lo raise nil tliese :aH-cs; 'no; for the Tnrmers cither. Some of (hem simply have (o be cut oft in the Rower of their youth. So we mlchl Just as well cat 'Til Different Now CKORK llio War thai expression, 'Kverybody cohld al- ways lie relied upon na A Irusly club, lo knock oui opposition and Elun It, Xobody.llVed lo own up lo the fact lhat they- manifestly .belonged (o ilig who obviously dldn'l .biit.jlnce August, 1914, new new maps, new manners, .find men, have arisen so no ono can reasonably BCKORI he l to know and understand them he n sham oil If Uiey 1! (s nullt possible lo idin't- one's get rcsl Information without Iiumllfation. An- othcf credit mark for the broadening Influence of war. At (Ulb Olrl'K .statement every. Itoilv houncied Into lhc arena of argu> "Hut Uulchcr will AU- lell you Ih.Tl TIIJH Is a ilalr en can't be such (inanl (Ics of hccn hird enough 10 for- YJIAUS piiflf-ind as for "Tho Govern- IncnL fthOuUl raise could easily lit done." 'It would he a y to ust Trlurntd wen': veal (lie 1st Mruck nml "it Isn't Ine my Jcclor (to ever? who was fold- ing Surgeon's coats on the IOJJT talilc hchEnd us. "It's these WIIKATLESS meals, ll's all well for the men to tell us to pul brown bran, corn, or bfirJcy bread, on our tables. Brown, bread should from whole u'hem. IVhlle who ever llhat fenovrs mndft any of tho 'lancy hrcnris' ivllhout the adclklpn fif SOME wheat flour? Imagine corn bread made o[ cornmcal "There Is a wny or m ah Ing oat mko with only snlrt the Auul, whose kind, llrm fin- rcrs were putting bandapes Into Iheir places (a dozen nl n and actually making them stay there, aa slia ii.ickcd them up In rent packages. "I wish you ivoultl give it (o Ul (he Glib Girl, tartly. "I win." -thd M.till en .tunl. lake-----" More Thuifi Forbidden BLTT the Conscientious Obje> broke In, more in sorrow than n anger; "And you can't have gravy IhlckcnctV flour (and soupa IIAVJ1 lo have a MUlc to mnkc tlipin blond and i on cart'i roll nny'thimj ;n fJoiir antl you can't have nny pas- Iry, of course, or puddings, or almosl dry kind of dcsscrl, for most o( Iherr flour In llicm. And you can'i 1 avc crenm sauces; or curries, or cheese rttshes with reall> flour Is necOeil Onlj llio olhcr night I DID "plan K '--i Iho cook put n rrcam cc on Ilie carrots, and, of course thero WHS flour (n fhnil" "Tli.il where 1 havo Hn ml vantage "oi-cr enhl (he Humorlsl, uaUy. "I havo no cook So she can't shake into MY open month Hut for riesseri, one ran still fois on Jellies, arrowroot (which h tin-cxcclleril sulislitulc for llilnken creams, cusianls fcaramcicrt bolttn, baked, hot or fruit, rlrp rornstarcli, laploc-a, anil .fll siirli IhlnRs, So there really tg somi choice left us, Rfter 'All the aame, I wlali 1 those whcalloss said the Conscientious Objector, with persistence, "and whether rhlrften is ment or nol. It make things .Wirii Msler.' "Why rtnn't you write nml ask MI Ilaniin for ft. snlrt llio Dear Humorist, 'Irlly. ilM write lo him ycRterd.iy, fpK those very ?a1rl HIP Illili OJrl rhFcrfully; find look everybody's nway for the moment. BK if lhc poor man hadn'l ft I jiiifffffenily jainrul ie jacket, fits the fiffurc, curves the at the back then out Into n series of jJhil.'Bive.jlh'c bustle eTftcL- It ia but. .line doVA', ttik lipnl. 1'h'tre is a. hand fljjave the hem of ttie-ccai.- .Trre.'ljut- ton3 ,a'ro covered orcd velour lhat makes (he suit. L'The collar Ji-very high, soft In HE TolJs, rolls over backward to the, neck line, rtd It' Trimmed with of vclvel. From Chm (o Cbin REVEitS are inbandaned by the 1 tailors Where nc. con I will hate them sixteen Ihcrs will be fastened m'z slralghl Ine from Ihe chin to the lower Short CM uH Hifaift Slot :The eult -niadi of wJne cclored velour Lrimnied with bands of red velvcl. SUni roa! dpun front 'W'llh vclour buttons. Tht hahll aklrL and lhc flare'of the ahorf jacket makii a slight men's apftarel. -Those :ot lii'who not make clolhc3''muBt bay b: i order those .wKp. make 'cloih'pi i may arid "iaP -f live In tecurily: other ihu st upport ihtm.'. An 'long "as li happily conipleled secure and content. quite right that, has reason ah times for ifj? In won: en '3 eli'les, aa to-diy.-.Franue has found must eliminate tho use of oua material, _ and America.. Is bcRln- nlnic to tlio collars art .and Fivtloiiins the neck-and-chin' in: Ihe innncr ihot was con sldenxl-correct, n .Ihe ciEhlcenth-centuri'." The coat that fastens In a line ilown he front, tlie buttons running Iffht through" the' high, rolling ollar, wllJ be tllo' uipsfc 'notleeabJe hange In street cbsLumcry ake place in pctplicr. The narrow shift has already been accepted hero and iherc, and there arc hundreds' of women who have never given it up, ILs wldcspnrad iccejilance will nnt cause quite the ripple of interest lhat will be given by Ihls family aJbum coal with la upward tilt at the bach. Us point n front, slim waistline under ,he onus, find ila row ot colored but- .ons on which one will he to Ihc old nursery rhyme, Itichman, loorman, beggarman, Ihlef----- In serious tlma Ihcrc Is always n behind n change h. fash- The -ivill nrguo thaf there la y reason In nil limes. Com- mcrce continually supplies ,1 ncccssliy fcr change, variation nnfl orlginallly. The complete clrclo must he kept In perfect order In tho world of wo- to the fact that she LOO economical with fabric Some T. may take, an expert observer k -find out' where (he elimin- ation' occura. Thi outward appear- ance, "of clothes for thla anlumn i3 much ai la Lhose who" buy Inform that 'the HUM, trimmings et wtma, Ihikt the rrialerlaf.ti Wrttf long-jhe line of 7 to be lice instance; :hut there are not to be flcuncta of ciolh, llodlcea drt to be slim, street coals are io be short, skirts are tJ be both narrow 4nd short toe the etreei'anfl nairbw and ff for the evening 'efl, it ie WL-t to-Ieave ths lUu- allon to th-; experls. They thi only people Tvho arrange Ihe shortage o( fabric iviih sufficient sKkll to cover up the deficiency. We mutt takp what Ihey us, abiding by Ihelr decision. .The drej.imakcr -irJII hnve nilrnble, chance to IcaiTi how to achieve a rrsult with few gredlenls. There are cooks who can do this; there must now be sMra- slrtssea irho can do It TJLVT. being added nnlo murmured my Vls-a-vlp, tlirustlng In p safctj- pin pointedly. "And IMC worst of Jt Is that will proti- aWy receive A careful nnd complete answer, and will spend (lie rest of llic summer setting us all right.'1 "Xcvcr whispered lhc Maiden Aunt. "It doesn't mailer a. bit how It's nnybody-ln tJie world set us right, let us la thankful, for getting 3d right (i (hf only thing that Ana, really, I believe'Jt Is. l MOTIVE X t man hia a kind word for everybody general curiosity U roused uniii It Is discovered vhat officft he li running for. V Ob- ejipugh ANOTHER SLACKER M-vUAT cillTicn la somewhat phoney who hBalen.i Inlo malrimony, r.iat I he mny tiodsc the fray; It oiiKht.lo stiame hla soul doggone him, to. ace how people look upon him, upon his wedding flay." .Meihlnks 1' see hun humbly kneeling, hla voice all ntaiidiln -feeling, (orc some malrtcn fair; "The he says, baltle out where noisy cannon r.UNc, l.i whitening1 my hair. So long as I'm remaining .single, the ch.ince5 arc I'll have lo mlrtgla with men whom I abhor; 1 have no use for aoltllfirs' I have no _use for nuns and I have no use for v.ar. Til rather my neighbors hoot Inan hcivtf n husky Oerman shoot me, or prod me with n sword; I'd ralhcr men Fliould call me iCiljhlt, thnn fah-lnto ttrt iK-aslly hahlt M being carved or bored, Ko marry me, Rwrtt'isAiffllilVlUvt plly-ort fc-lbli, who hales lhr> thought ot lilflml, for If you won't avert, rtlsiatcr, by cJinsijig wlili me lo iho pnslftr, my name IB Mini." You'd think (Ire girts would deem him dolly, In lonf.s nnd hniliihly, would order him rnvrty; Blacker In hla wiwlntfi ylris like billing antl Iii4 And him every1 ttty, ;