it wasn't exactly hypocritical do you
think so? After all, serious people are
jeeded in this world, and I couldn't
break your mother's heart by letting
her know, any moi'e-than you could."
"She never shall know," said Dor
,'Othy firmly. "But, oh, dearest, isn't
it isn't it nice to be sinner and and
not to care!"
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
By H. M. Cochran.
When a fella goes limpin' around,
And he puts his feet light on the
His trouble is, folks, Pll be bound,
That he's got a new pair of shoes.
When a fella stands straight and
I gladly will sympathy lend,
"Tis a fact on which you can depend,
His trousers are too tight.
When a fella will show neither paw,
Keeps them both in his pockets, haw
You could tell, if this action you saw,
That he hasn't got any gloves.
When a fella's all smiles on his face,
And his mouth sort of looks out of
To this fact it will generally trace,
He's got a new gold tooth.
kWhen a fella's himself and no game
Is he playin', but's always the same
And acts natural, this is to blame:
He's got good sense.
Boil fresh beef tongue in water
with teaspoon of salt, one-half cup
vinegar unjil tender. Skin and allow
to cool. Slice very thin. Heat two
tablespoons of butter into skillet and
add one teaspoon of chopped onion
and one-half clove of garlic minced
very fine. Stir into this butter and
onion one tablespoon of flour. Brown
very lightly. Add one cup of tomato,
one cup of water, one-half cup of
mushrooms, juice of half a lemon,
salt and pepper to taste. Boil all to
gether. Add sliced tongue. Simmer
ten minutes and serve with baked
PARISIAN MODISTE USES BLACK
TAFFETA FOR DANCE FROCK
This dainty dancing frock made by
a Parisian modiste 'is modelled in
black taffeta wifli a' corsage of black
maline over white, silk. The corsage
is arranged in, such- a .way as to re
veal a white vest. The fashionable
Medici collar and high belt add to the
1 strikingness of the costume.
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