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IMgr. Lavelle, vicar general of dio-
cese of ,N. Y., prevented panjc by
lifting hands in prayer as crash,
The way in which great cor
porations reward faithful em
ployes makes one wondetf if their
directors are human.
HE KNEW HOW SHORT.
hit I lilt'
Policeman How tall was your
Boss Goodness knows, but he
was $3,000 short.
OUR PRECISE ARTIST .
! "A. wash drawing." - ,
,GOOD THINGS TO EAT
To two quarts of stock add one
teacup of whole rice, well washed,
and the white part of two leeks,
cut in very thin slices. Boil for
half an hour, then add a table
spoon of parsley, finely chopped,
a brea"kfast-cup of good milk, salt
and pepper. Boil for five minutes
and.serve. It is improved by boil
ing a carrot and small turnip in it,
but these should be removed.
Stewed Cheese. "
Cut a quarter of a pound of
good- cheese into thlh slices anil
put it into a stewpan with as
much milk as will cover it Keep
stirring until it melts, let h: cool a
minute, stir in a t,easpoon ofmade
mustard, the yolk; of an egg well
beaten and a seasoning of pepRer.
Stir over the fire for half a min
ute. Pour the mixture on a plate,
stick over with three-cornered-sippets
of toast and serve very
During mosquito season apply
kerosene oil to the window and
door screens, using a paint brush.
It keeps the mosquitoes away and
also removes the dust.
If your best hat gets wet in a
shower turn it upside down to
dry.. . Flowers and foliage will
dry and remain in their upright
This will be a bad year for can
didates backed hyJEearst,
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