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twitching to buy wine." I could stand no more, waved to an imaginary friend and skipped the gutter. At our table the food was arriving. A huge tureen of petite marmite, held high, while a bristling captain as advance guard cleared an imperious path. Such studied gestures beglamour a meal European fol-de-rol, of course, bu American cafes are capitalism it. I think it was Roy Howard who longed for a ved-corpuscle spurt of courage to scream to waiter: "Take it back! It look terrible!" Just as a bowing capi tain lifts the lid of the entre : for the host to admire! What a glorious way to put a dinne r on the blink. I was not to escape the loose-tounged lady exiting. She wrs teetering with a stick of lip rou,re before an anteroom mirror. "Go ' bye Daddy. You devastating spendthrift you. Be careful of the night air," she called. So loud even the cloak room girls could hear. And titter! Wife of Warren County Farmer Dies, III Long WILLIAMSPORT, Oct. 28. (Special) Funeral services were held this afternoon at tho family home in Liberty township, with Rev. H. B. Muir, former local pastor, officiating, for Mrs. Carrie Smith, who died at the residence Thursday aftcrnocn. Burial in Highland cemetery. Mrs. Smith, the wife of V. P. Smith, prominent farmer, had been ill with tuberculosis and was nearly 05 years old. Besides the husband, she- leaves two sons, Chester, at home, and Luther, of Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Chester Hetrick, of this county; four brothers, Dawson, Rufus and Arba Haupt, of Warren county, and Everett Haupt. of Michigan, with two sisters, Mrs. Jesse Fox and Cora Buckles. Mrs. Smith was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church here. God's Minute The Lord is good, a strong hold in the day of trouble; and He knoweth them that trust In Him. Nah. 1:7. Our Father, we thank Thee for Thy revelation of love through Jesus Christ, and for all that He has brought to our lives of inspiration and guidance and hope. We thank Thee for the tanks Thou hast given us, and for Thy presence and help as we undertake them. Help us, we pray, to live in unbroken companionship with Thee; to draw life from Thy life; to show Thee forth as we have to do with our fellow men in the ways of common life. Be quick to strengthen us when the lure of the world is strong upon us, and when we are tempted to put the things that perish above the things that are eternal. Give us a great hunger after righteousness, and help us to be genuine in all that we do and say and think. As Thy disciples, O Christ, may we come to De more jikb xnee each day, as in ever-increasing measure the spirit which was in Thee comes to dwell in us. Help us to love God and our neighbors with all our hearts. Keep us from selfishness. Forgive our sins, for Thy Name's sake. Amen. Lathan A. Crandall, D.D. Minneapolis, Minn.