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known in the courts afterward, continued-
"You infernal scoundrel, Tompkins
avenue used to run where New ave
nue runs today, and Miss Vincent's
lot is that on whicTh-yQur apartment
house now stands'"
Five minutes later Richards got up
from 'the floor and wiped his knees,
which were very dusty.
"I'll send that check for ninety
thousand as soon as I can fix the
mortgage, Mr. Marston," Tie whim
pered.' "And you'll let it go at that?"
"Yes," nodded Elsie, and Marstpn
said "yes" obediently. y
But it wafe not more than a minute
before Miss Elsie was saying "yes"
also in obedience to the singular
stipulation above mentioned.
An old fowl makes a very nice dish
prepared in this way.
Single and joint a -stewing chick
en. Put into iron or granite kettle
with just enough hot water to cover
(four or five cups). Add one even
tablespoon of niinced pork cut in
small pieces, one stalk bf celery cut
in small pieces. Allow this to simmer
for three or four hours, or Until the
chicken is very tender. When ready
to serve add salt, if necessary. Have
broth enough for gravy. For one
chicken there should be four cups.
Thicken with two tablespoons of
flour blended with cream or milk.
Boil ten minutes and serve hot with
baked sweet potatoes.
WHY DO YOU CALL IT "PUNCH"?
From Sanskrit comes the word
"punch," and from the Orient comes
thp dnnk that cheers and sometimes
inebriates. As the Hindoostanese
made "punch," it was composed of
arrack, tea, water, sugar and lemon
juice five ingredients. In Sanskrit,
the word "five" is "punchean," and
the beverage of five ingredients was
"punchean," or s it became known
later in Engnsh-spedking countries
YOUNG GIRL IS CHIEF JUSTICE
OF BIG ORGANIZATION
K ISV'Tl" 13 r ?&f
IVadison, Wis. By virtue of her
recent election to the presidency of
the Women's Self-Gogrnment As
sociation of the University of Wis
consin, an organization with 1,500
women members, Miss Kathenne
Faville of Lake Mills, Wis., is chief
justice of the women's judiciary
committee, a body of seven women
which sits as a court and tries cases
involving breaches of social or uni
versity rules made by women stu
dents. On recommendation of this stu
dent court, women students are liable
to suspension from the university by
Miss Faville is a junior student and
is a member of Alpha Phi Sorority.
Slice one quart of cold boiled beets,
pack in jar Mix one teaspoon of salt,
one of brown sugar, one-eighth tea
spoon of pepper or two red pepper
corns one teaspoon -of celery seed.
Turn into one pint of warm ymegar.