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WOMEN AND FASHION [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
WOMEN AND FASHION 4 Foolish War Some Women Have* We would all like our menfolk to be polite and polished. We bope. Indeed, tbnt they are—at least, at heart. There are some members of the sterner sex, however, who never show up particularly well In society, and some of these, unfortunately, have wives who are all too slow la appreciating the fact They badger the poor husband to perform services which are obviously quite out of his-sphere, and which arc 111 and grudgingly done. That he ought to he able to make himself generally useful In the drawing room one must admit. The man, too, who Is something of a ‘'ladles’ ” man Is certainly more generally liked than he who is less happy in small attentions, or, Indeed, at nil uncouth. At the same time the wife of a man who Is the least "hit Inclined to be a rough diamond Is utterly foolish If she is constantly bewailing and seeking to alter the faof. It were better It she performed the small services for herself and guests without comment. B...
He Knew His Book. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
He Knew His Book. “From a grammatical viewpoint, - ' said the fair maid with the lofty forehead, “which do you consider correctT had rather go borne,’ or T would rather go homey ” “Neither,” promptly answered the young man who-was engaged la balding down the other end of the sefa. “I’d rather stay right here.” &lt;i
Bis Bitterness. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Bis Bitterness. Maxim GOlky saeercd, all the more bit-; terly because thene were tew to observe it. 1 “Here you Americans,” he said, “found; me a bigamist in an hour and it has taken yoii three years, to find that yotr ©tn't find Whether one if your Senators is a bigamist or not.” . Then he absorbed such solace as there was in a gallon of tee. —Philadelphia —— r~'
Kl liars Named John. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Kl liars Named John. John Tpot the “eastern empire” was poisoned rif a servant; John IV. was depsfed And had his eyes put out; John V. ruled only In name and lived In constant; dread of assassin*: John Vieras deposed and died in prison. One of the . Swedish, Johns was driven out «f bis kingdom by his subjects, and another was belittled, and defeated ait every turn. John JL of France had a Short and disastrous aelgn, and John 11. wsas a prisoner of the English for years. A log llst'W lotas hare changed thetr titles wtfep taking on kingly, robes because &lt;Jf| the sajlnrstltlon that k "John” ruler cannot be otherwise. than unfartwaat*. | „ t— *
IMi jMßirrv viMg.i uiwn. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
IMi jMßirrv viMg.i uiwn. Phelpa with a Vermont Parmer. E. J. Phelps, former United States Minister to England, was building a I new stable on bis borne place at Burlington, Vt lie wanted to put It ou tbellne of and In dolug E nf Jatimf wall 1 ToOnafltWnnd whlcrfstood ■nlf ontats land andlbalf on thy land adjoining M ■ * i ‘ The Workmen. Instead of otherwise disposing of the stone, ns they had been ordered to (la- threw It over the line, and Mr. Phelps feared trouble with Ms neighbor, was n close-fisted person, of a temper none too sweet and very jealous of his rights. As Mr. Phelps was observing the progress .-of the work on his stable one day he saw his uclgbbor looking rather cross at him, as h$ thought, and went over to him prepared to make his,peace as Met he might, having It hi mind to say that he tvouKT haul away the stone at hIS OWti cbst, which would have been ■quite an cxjrensive undertaking. But he did not propose, that at once. He went at It.auother way. “Good morning, ne...
” . , WITH A MOTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
” . , WITH A MOTIVE. Swiss guides have a way of battering travelers, a beguiling habit much; appreciated until one learns tbe motive of It. Mrs.. E. X. Cook says, in her book of travels, called “From a Holiday Journal,” that Slmond, her guide, expressed great admiration for her powers of (walking. “Madame climbs like a chamois,” said hS/ ~~‘ ■ T\ She was delighted, until she remess-' bereil that this might be the custom of the. profession. Like the children la Heine’s ballad, guides had probaiby Made tbe very .same speeches - -To many an old cat since. One day Mrs. Cook and her husband started oil another expedition, this thpe “accompanied by two guides, Stmond and Bertrand. The latter a tall, silent young fellow, also pretended to be lost la amazement at madam’s walking “Monsieur and madame ought certainly to ascend Mont Blanc,” said Slmond. “Madame would do It capitally.” “She would. Indeed,” said Bertrand. “Madame would be very proud ol ascending Mont Blanc," continued Simond. “W...
He Got Urea. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
He Got Urea. A waiter, with part* of two squash pies plastered over, bis face, chased the man who was responsible: for his appearance out of the restaurant and down Clark street the other night, much to the edification of the passersby. The man was baited by a patrolman, and accompanied by the Irate waiter, was Jed back to the restaurant to explain. It seems he wished t» buy two squash plea, for 15 cents, but was Informed they were 10 cents straight The customer grew Indignant Selilnk a pie In each hand, “Here goes 20 cents’ worth,*' he shouted and clapped a pie to each of the waiter’s cheeln. The man wa* released with a lecture, after be paid for the pie*.—Chicago Inter Ocean. '-f rX&lt; ■ -
Amendment Rejected. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Amendment Rejected. j.‘*Laurn,"sald Mt Ferguson, hurriedly explaining matters in the kitchen', “I didn’t want to bring the man home to dinner, but he kept staying ahd staying at the office, and I just bad to ask him. You will hare to put os good a face on It «r you can.” “If yob think I am going to change my face on hls account. George. Ferguson,” sgid hls spouse, red and' angry, “you’ll have to think again! , Jfou may bring him out to diuuer right now!**—Chicago Tribune. ,
DOES YOUR BACK ACHEf -V.'.J. Cure itii Kidneys and the Pain Will ... ~ Newer Return. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
DOES YOUR BACK ACHEf -V.'.J. Cure itii Kidneys and the Pain Will ... ~ Newer Return. Only one way to cure an aching back. Cure the' cause, the kidneys.' &gt;Thousands tell of cures nade by Doan's KidCeleman, a promlsent merchant - ; Wtl Swains bor o, Ga., ■lf says- “For several years my kidneys were affected, and I my back ached day * and night. I was languid, nervous and lame in the morning. Doan’s Kidney Pills helped me right away, and the great relief that followed has been permanent.” Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foster-Mllburu Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Misplaced folll«n«n, [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Misplaced folll«n«n, -The Barrow family poetised - STBST Growler Instantly obeyed all reasonable commands. but If spoken to crossY, the sensitive dog crept under the &gt;ofa and sulked. At such times ns she wished to he alone it was Mrs. Barrow’s habit to hold the door opdßnnd rein oak | y-crlJlnating nfllyjjftkJPlease go luti uiyltHMalld 1 Growl*, Wlggla J alchcMful tail, ft--1 ways JL JK ' One evening, while Mrs. Barrow sat rending by her evening lamp, n large June bug entered the room,, and behaved ns June lings usual!/ do. The absent-minded lady, conscious of the disturbance without fully realizing whnt caused Jt. rose abstractedly, politely opened t lie door, and to the great delight of’* the family, murmured gently: ."Please go out, my dear.”
Cain. [Newspaper Article] — Highland Park Herald — 23 June 1906
Cain. •‘Well, no," replied the veteran final e »* r » y° u ere not right in supposing thl a lamb without the coin doesn’t latere u» much. We rather insist on the er-mlnt-sanoe, you know.”—P ue k. Mother* will And Mra. Wtntlow Southing Syrup the beat remedy 1 aa* for their children daring tl teething period.