you can't sit in with pleasure. The
sofa is in the right place- so that you
can read without straining your
All at once Dick missed something.
"What did you do with all those' ugly
chairs we got for wedding presents?"
"I-traded them for the rug, dear."
"Great business. Come over here
and let .me look at you. DO you know,
Margie, that 'Land of Lonesomeness'
you wrote to me about extends to
every place a man travels when he
leaves such a little brick of a wife
like you at home? .
"I don't mean to be selfish, dearest,
and I want you to understand .that - I
love you even when I am just plain
mean." y ;
When Dicks talks like that I would,
give up anything for him, whether it
is eating beefsteak as a steady diet
or my body add soul to make, him
All of which demonstrates that a
woman will sacrifice herself absolute
ly and entirely if she'is nbt expected
to be self-sacrificing.
(Te Be Continued Tomorrow.)
JUST A PINCH OF SALT; HOW IT
SERVES YOU, MRS. HOUSEWIFE
By Caroline Coe.
Eggs to be . beaten or cream to ,be
whipped will foam more readily if a
pinch of salt is added.
A pinch of salt will prevent the
spluttering of candles.
Salt will" set the color in -wash fab
rics. A mixture of salt and flour will re
move mud stains.
Salt added to the water in which
deserts, candies or puddings are
cooled will hasten the cooling pro
Salt addecf to apples or apple sauce
alters the flavor.
A pinch of salt added to coffee
of chocolate improves the flavor
Paste salt in the oven under the
pastry pans or tins, to prevent the
scorching of the contents. ,
A Utile salt in'cUstard keeps it from
drying. and-cakingTand -adds to the
A little bit .of saltjthrpwn" into any
pudding. :duringv the niixing.- improves
its flavor. "'r. ' ."
A teaspd&iffulp.t'.salta'dded ,to the
kerosene -ilaU jamp will make
the UghjitufTLyesmore .brilliant.
ToprAVenJjoinelet 'f roin,burning
sprinkle- salt'Iolir.th'eDottom of the
pan. , . . - .
DARINGGJL LpOPS'THE LOOP
" WJTH'-AIR-P'rLOf- . J
Miss Trehawke Davies, an English
girl, who made a perfect."loop" in a
monoplane, with. Aviator Harrvel at an
aeronautic, meet, near London.
"Isn't Mrr'Blarikly a solemn per
son?" '.'Solemn? "Why, ie wouldn't
laugh if he saw' anbjther man's hat
blown out a.cariwindoflr!" Judge,
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