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bought my ticket and saw me safely
aboard the Sferra.
"Thirteen years ago my mother
was divorced from my father and
married my present stepfather, M. C.
Martin, a carpenter. I hate my step
father. He always wanted to kiss me,
though he had nothing but harsh
words for my mother. He used to tell
me that he was just waiting until I
became of age, When he would take
possession of me."
Mary's own father, Jas. Fraser,
lives in Honolulu. He lias a large fam
ily, having married again, and, ac
cording to the girl, is unable to care
for her with his other burdens.
CUTE LITTLE SUIT, BUT IT
SHOCKS SOME FOLKS
The coarser leaves may be used for
this. Tear each leaf into 3 or 4 pieces.
Cut 4 or 5 slices of bacon or as much
ham into small pieces and fry until
golden brown; while hot add 2 table
spoons of vinegar. Beat 1 egg very
light. Add to it 2 tablespoons of sour
cream. Then add egg and cream to
bacon and vinegar, stir a minute until-'
it thickens, and pour boiling hot on
the lettuce. Mix carefully with fork,
and serve immediately.
TO KEEP FRUIT JUICES
When canning use the syrup or
juice left for puddings or ice drinks.
Put juice while very hot into bottle.
Have juica at least 2 inches from
top. Wipe top perfectly dry, fill cork
opening with cotton. Do not allow
juice to reach cotton. No cork is nec
essary and the juice will keep per
fectly. o o
GOT HIS SHARE
Watermelons are getting so plenty
' around Obar that fanners ,are feed
ing them to the hogs. We had sev
eral this week. Obar (New Mexico)
One-piece dresses have unfitted
backs which fall freely away from the
figure without auy suggestion of
waistline. .,.-..- - .
In middy blouse and "knickers"
some girls would .go bathing if the
beach policemen weren't so partic
ular. Anyway some of the belles at New
port have beach suits made of navy
blue satin middy blouse with lacings
of white silk, and knickerbockers of
the same material. It's a very com
fortable rig for swimming, and it's
so pretty it pleases every one except
the policemen, who say the new
"knicker" suits are all right to hang
in the closet
Silk goifine is one of the new ma
terials for club coats for sports and
l.country wear . -