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the announcement did not in the least
"I hope they will be happy," said
Verda, in her usual sweet way. "It is
a rather-hasty proceeding, however,
and Mr. Ransom4 not very well cir
cumstanced to careMor a wife, as
"Why, isn't his family very weal
thy, and wasn't you engaged to
"Oh, no," replied Verda. "He is
a cousin of Mr. Wilbur Ransom,
whom I hope to marry. We have been
courteous and attentive to him be
cause of the relationship, but Mr.
Harold Ransom has not yet reached
any settled position in life, has noth
ing, and I hope Florence will really
love him and help him get along in
There came a telegram to Mr.
Wood, asking forgiveness and a wel
come home. It was granted, and, the
Woods having some money, Mr. Har?
old Ransom felt that he had not made
so bad a bargain.
Florence,however, made him take
her away from WelMlle when the
sterling pure Mr. Ransom led Verda
to the altar. She never again alluded
to her keen trick and it unexpected
outcome. She was thebiter bit, and
as such bore her chagrin and punish
ment in silence.
Take enough tomatoes, either
canned or fresh, to make one pint
of juice. Add one clove of garlic or
one slice of onion, one bay leaf and
two cloves. Boil for ten minutes,
then strain. Soak one-half box of
powdered gelatine in one-half cup of
cold water. When soft add one-half
cup of hot stock or water with beef
extract. Stir until all dissolved. Add
strained tomato juice, a few rings of
the white of hard boiled eggs, four
olives sliced. Turn into molds and
chill. Serve on lettuce leaf with
spoon of mayonnaise dressing (a
little cooked macaroni may be used in
place of the egg.)
ORMI HAWLEY PLAYS SOCIETY
GIRLSIS ALWAYS IN -LOVE
Ormi Hawley-is one of the beauties
of the film .-world; She- has played
hundred's and hundreds of star parts
in feature pictures, Her,f ancy seems
to run long the line of society girl
or the riphmerchant's daughter.
She is always in love and the
photo-stories seem to make her
wishes comeKru'e in the end; always.
Music, hooks, and pictures, espe
cially moving ones are her. favorite
pastimes. . . v '' '
; : .r-OOr - ..
Fellow-irij Irrdian'a says, hesleft his
wife because '.she asked him to sleep
with his father-in-law. Sounds like
a fairly.-rea'spn'able. excuse.- for an In-dianian.