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rapd get down, tortile office on-Sunday and sit there and smoke bimself black
dn the face. "
He wasnJt IT at home. His only chance to he IT was when he was on
.the bench? clhthed'ln the awful majesty of the law. So he got even with
ihis wife by taking it out on the friendless fellows who happened to come
before him for punishment.
i And I have always felt that the man he sent to the penulntiary for 15
years for stealing a chicken was a bigger man than the judge who imposed
the sentence. f
i 'I am. quite sure I would have more respect for some chicken thieves
if I knew them, than I have for some judges I do'-know.
r Anyhow my old friend the drayman helped me to learn not to be gov
erned too much by appearances.
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER LIKES HORSES
Miss Eleanor Wilson, youngest daughter of the president, and Dr. Cary
Grayson, one of the president's aides, photographed in the president's box
atthe Washington horse show.
, Ham and Veal Steamed -Loaf.
Two pounds of Jean veal one-half
pound boiled ham, two eggs, one cup
of milk, one-half a. Cup of fine bread
or cracker crumbs, seasoning.
Put veal and bam through a fine
. meat grinder, add-salt and pepper to
taste. Add eggs to milk and beat
thoroughly. Turn Into meatBx well
and add bread crumbs and mix Into
loaf. Put in deep pan and steam three
-hours. When ready to serve turn off
the liquor, which should be about one
cup. TJiicken with one tablespoon
of flour blended with a little water.
Boil five minutes and strain, turn one
tablespoon of this gravy over loaf
and send the Test to- table in a gravy