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washiriigmachitte (and I think every
wcmYah who has a large family should
have one). Use ' the; ame soapy
water made a little stronger than was
given for washing the- blankets and
put- them, in the machine and rins'i
them.in clear cold waer through the
For years it was said that no woman should vote,
Because Bhe .could not go to war,
But hoWj if yoti read, you are certain to note
It's what she is best fitted for;,
vshe takes to the game like a' duck to the wet,
With a fervor that rib one can Stop;
In London, there's scarcely-a live SUftraget
Whb hasn't belabored a Cop!
They've mocked at militia and special police;
'They've battered In windows and hat7- f
And, though they are good in the labors of peace,
They're, handy with cudgels and bats;
They battle with hatpins, umbrellas and vim
And put their opponents to flight
Say,, whfere Is' that rash 'and importunate "him"
Whb aid that a Lady can't fight?
SOFT GINGER BREAD
One scant cup of 'butter orjyjtter
substitute creamed with half a cup of
dark brown sugar, pinch of salt, one
cup' of black-molasses, cinnamon and
ginger to taste- Beat this thoroughly.
To dne cup of boiling afer,add,two
teaspoons' of soda' Measure two and
one-half clips of flour, add about one
quarter of the Cup .of the. soda water
and" half the flour to the butter, sugar,
molasses mixture, beat well. ,. .
Add a quarter of a cup more of the
soda water and the rest of the flour
. ' '' ' 6 6
and beat thoroughly, reserving half
a cup of soda water to be. put. in after
all the flour has been added and well
beaten. Last, add two well-beaten
eggs and turn, at once into greased
small dripping pan. The dough will
be thin as batter. Bake in a very slow
oven. This is fine for luncheon or it
can be used with a cream sauce as a
sweet at dinner.
Parson Do you know where little
boys go'to when they smoke? Boy
Yes; -up .the. alley.
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