BREAK, BREAK, BREAK -"By
Break, break, t break,
On the cold gray stones, O sea !
And I 'would that my tongue
The 'thoughts that arise in me.
O, well for the fisherman's boy
That he shouts with his sister
O, well for jthc sailor lad
That he sings in his boat on the
'And the stately shiys goon,
To their haven' under -the hill;
But O for the touch of a vanished
And the sound of a voice that is
i still! '
Break, break, break,
j At the foot'of thy crags, O sea !
But the tender grace of a day that
is dead ,
Will never come back to me.
CHEAP LIVING LESSON
FEEDS 17$ FOR $17.25
If girls would give to domestic
economy half the thought they
devote to the trousseau, there
would be far fewer unhappy mar
riages. "Housewives use the phone
too much .and go to market too
-little. The "high cost of living"
is largely the cost of the high liv
ing or rather wasteful living."
So says Mrs. D. E. Lewis of
Chicago, who demonstrated that
an excellent five-course dinner
could be senved". to : -175 -persons
fbr $17.25 le.han-l0 cents a
head. "Herdls the' menu :
Browned Eotatiiesl Rutabagas.
BakedJApplesv, ' Rolls.
This &i5ngrtowasscrvedby the
Immanycl Baptist church asarrj
object "lesson in buying and pre
paring ioods, Mrs. Lewis, who
had charge of the affair,'estimates
the cost per person" of the vari-
ous articles used as follows: ,
Bouillpn (cubes), bcent: roast
lamb and gravy, 41-2 cents; po-'
tatoes. 1 cent;, rutabagas. 1 cent;.
rolls and butter, 1- 1-2 cents;
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