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T?S3M1lll Ml II
termlhed' no thieving miscreant
should break. t a
Lucy had- ho difficulty in finding
an expert, who pronounced the pic
ture genuine, and established its sell
ing value. She left it in InVhands to
dispose of. Then she and her father
returned home to await the result of
that friend's negotiations.
A letter arrived finally that set all
doubts, at rest. Lucy opened "the ex
pected missive with trembling fingers
and a madly beating heart.
"Hurrah it's , sold !" cried John
Marsh, reading the truth in her radi
"Yes," nodded Lucy. "Oh, father,
everything is all right now!"
An. art connoisseur had paid fifteen
hundred dollars " for the treasure.
Lucy was able to resume her art
studies, her engagement -with Vin
cent was shortened, and John Marsh
was able to gloatingly declare that
he "had his eye teetji.cut," after all!
A. sauce which the clever cook may
use in many other ways, as well as
in serving asparagus, is made as fol
lows: Rub 4 ounces of butter to a
cream in a saucepan or bowl. Add
4 yolks of eggs and beat well toge'th-r
er; then add 1 teaspoon of salt and
juice of half a lemon, a pinch of Cay
enne and 1 cup of hot water poured
in by degrees. Mix well and put in a
bain-maire (or set saucepan in pot
of boiling water).
Stir until the satire becomes of the
consistency of thick cream, being
careful not toilet it boil. Take off the
fire and continue to stir for some
"Olandese" sauce ought to be quite
smooth and creamy.
Steam heat itch begins in the au
tumn and keeps up till the heating of
flats is stopped the following spring.
Many people complain of it. It-is due
to low humidity. Get more moisture
into the ais. . v
A CUBIST PICTUREVOFA x '
.SPRING. "POTE" . ' A
THIS IS A POEM!
Oh, bring the good old sufphuf ou,
Molasses;-too, alack; ,
'Tis time to take '
All kinds of dope,
Sweet springtime has come-back.
Bill Rowe, Cleveland's -new police
chief, is accused, of having- a high
artistic, temperament. Hecan-paint
a fence, whistle "Under tlie. Daisies"
and make, you thirttr .'you hear
"Mad..Butterfly'6'''last?gruht on a
mouto-brgan, - r-'T
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