She was baptized Anna Eliza, and often sbe sighed that her name was not Maud Etbel or sometbing of tbat fine sort. " What's the matter with Anna Eliza? " asked hor plain, matter-of-fact mother one day. " Tbe matter is," replied the dissatisfied daughter, " that so long as I bear my present name I rnight as well earry my heart on my sleeve. Everybody discovers my secrets : my inmost thoughts are seen at a glance by all with whom I come in contact." " What on earfch do you mean? " inquired the astonished mother. " I mean precisely what I say," answered the daughter between her sobs. " Every friond and acquaintance I have finds it easy to Annalize me." The mother's heart was not touched, but, judging from the way she reached for hor slipper, the girl was. - Albany Journal.