New York Herald: There is a face ■which I meet frequently on the street. It is not particularly a beautiful face. tut it ís so bright and so happy that the atmosphere always seems clearei after It has passed. lts owner is evidently a working girl, for each morning she takes a car at a certain corner, and ehe cardes a lunch. And I feel liks congratulating the flrm which has captured that ray of sunshine to light up some lingy office or beam across soma dreary dry goods counter at the im-patiënt customers. I am sure she is vrorüi her weight in gold to her empioyjr. Her face but puta in contrast th aultitude of gloomy, weary, worried, orrow-Etricken countenances one seea yasslr.g up and down the city streets, and ieads one to wonder why ther are not more' of these exceptions. If it Is possiïile to cultívate such a disposition as shinei out through that pair of laughliig eyes, there's a deal of blame attaché 1 to those people whose faces havo tLie effect of an August thunder lo- -- the community.