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a laugh. "1 draw the line at your In
vading Margie's heart. What are
you going to do tonight?"
"You," said Edie promptly.
"All right, come along with us; we
are going to the theater,"
Thus our little jamboree for two
became a party of three and it turned
out that Jim Edie and neither Dick or
I paid for' it
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
QUEEN MARY WEARS COSTLY
JEWELS THEY-ARE GUARDED
; - By Mary B. O'Reilly.
London. Queen Mary, "the eco
nomical," has just lost two of the
most valuable pearls in her posses
sion. After the last court, while the"
queen's dresser was assisting her ma
jesty to disrobe, she had some diffi
culty in unfastening the queen's pearl
necklace. Her majesty, making an
effort to unfasten the clasp herself,
broke the fastening and a half a
dozen pearls fell to the floor. Stepping
back to pick them up, the unfortu
nate dresser trod on two of the larg
est, pearls that were worth $500
Queen Mary's everyday jewels are
of such enormous value that English
detectives are constantly present to
protect them quite apart from main
taining a watchful eye on their royal
Wash 15 large mushrooms, remove
stems, peel caps and place in buttered
pan, cap side up. Sprinkle with salt,
pepper and dot the caps with bits of
butter and a sprinkle of dry bread
Turn two-thirds cup of sweet
cream over and put in hot oven ten
minutes. Arrange on platter with
edges of toast squares. Turn cream
left in pan over these and serve at
Clean and wipe dry enough rhu
barb to make one and one-half pints
when cut in half-inch lengths.
Mix one teaspoon ' of chopped
orange peel with two cups of sugar.
Put layer of rhubarb in bottom of
agate pan. 'Sprinkle with sugar and
orange peel. Alternate until all rhu
barb and sugar are used. Turn three
tablespoons of cold water over top.
Bake until tender in slow oven.
AN OLD FETISH
If your hand itches,
You're going to take riches;
Hub it on wood,
Sure to come good;
Rub it on iron,
Sure to come flying;
Rub it on brass,
Sure to come to pass;
Rub it on steel,
Sure to come a deal;
Rub it on tin,
Sure to come agin.