"SEPTEM0ER MORN" DEUAYS
SHOW JO. ROCK HER BABY
bright young fellows who had saved
the alarmed nerves of his daughters
and his own priceless old coin treas
ures. Courtesy and gratitude could do
little less than announce to the two
brothers that there "was to be a dou
ble birthday celebration and that they
"I say, old friend," remarked Mr.
Dawson the following evening, his
eyes fixed upon the lovely twins and
their twin escorts, "fate seems to
have arranged a perfect combina
tion," and when it was all over Mr.
Whitman' remarked to Myra. ;
"That most estimable young man,
Mr. Edward Alton, strikes me very
And4 Myra blushed.
"And his brother Robert is his
counterpart in good looks and breed
ing." And Lucile blushed.
"I fancy it is four loving hearts
with but a single thought," 'added Mr.
Whitman smilingly, and both girls
kissed himl .
. HYGIENIC CHEESE CUSXARD
Make cheese soluble as in the
above recipe. Add, one even tea
spoon of dry custard. Salt and pep
per to taste. Add two eggs; "well
beaten, and one-half . cup: of milk.
Butter a deep pie pan and turn the
mixture in. Put in moderate oven
and bake fifteen minutes. May, be
folded like omelette or cut in pie
Serve at once.
A late fiameless fire in London was
caused by the overturning of some
bottles of concentrated nitric acid
into some packing material. Water
had little effect on the dense clouds
of suffocating yellow fumes that soon
poured from the basement, and it
was not until a large quantity' of
ammonia was hastily brought in a
motor car that the acid was neutral
ized and the smoke subdued,
"September Morn!" sounds like
something rather risque and racy and
you probably think the women, who
act in it are of the "hot bird and
cold bottle" kind. Those who are
"afraid to go home in the dark'' and
so they can- be found, when not in
the theater, where the gay lights are
brightest and the tango music is most
enticing, . -
But strange as it may seem "to the
cynics wbto rail against the- actors
and the theater one of the clever
women who has a part in "Septem
ber Morn," Prances Johnson, is a
most devoted wife and. mother- and
recently kept the rising curtain of a
Chicago theater-delayed for ten min
utes. . ; ?
She gave as her excuse- that the
youngest of her three children was
not very well-and' she stayed a't'honie
and rocked her to. sleep,
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