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'Tes, Winifred," he answered,
scarcely daring to give vent to the
new-born hope within him. Some
thing in her tone, her look, had
brought back the poignant memories
of five years-ago.
"John, when Ttold you no atone
ment was possible," she began. And
then the man knew that, deep be
neath the arid soil of luxury, self-
will, the tiny plant of love survived,
ready to be nursed, with patient care,
into a fruitful tree.
He sprang from his chair and
clasped her hands in his. "Winifred
will you try?" he whispered. "To
live our lives together in all hence
forward." And in her look he saw his answer.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
DISHES AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
What are the favorite dishes of the
governors of our American states?
How are the dishes cooked?
The Day Book asked the wives of
the governors these questions and
most of them have answered, giving
the recipes in fact, full details of in
gredients and cooking.
Cold tomato soup is the thing Gov.
Samuel H. Ralston of Indiana likes
best on a hot summer day. Mrs. Ral
ston has given us the following
BY MRS. SAMUEL H. RALSTON,
Executive Mansion, Indianapolis, Ind.
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
In the Educational Alliance in New
York, a class of 120 girls who left
school in June are being trained free
of cost as salesgirls, timekeepers and
dressmakers so that they can earn $7
a week instead of $3 a week when
they go to work next fall. Miss Sarah
Elkus organized the alliance and she
directs it under the supervision of the
board of education.
Milwaukee has a continuation
school that gives instruction in sales
manship to young women. Some of
the lessons taught are: Greet every
body with a smile, increase your vo
cabulary, cultivate a low voice and be
well informed on current events.
"The woman most apt to be jealous
is the woman who has been brought
up with the old romantic notion that
there's nothing else in the world for
Iter except the one man. She has no
truly social qualities, even though she
Run one quart of cooked. toma
toes through colander. Mix with
water' and one quart of sweet milk;
navor witn mango,
pepper and salt.
Place in cup a lit
tie crushed ice; pour
over this the soup
until the cup is two
Fill cup with whip
ped cream. Crumble
the yolk of an egg for
each cup. Cut the
white in rings and place on top of the
may be known as a 'society woman.'
Therefore she often has most cause
for jealousy, because after her super
ficial attraction wears off she bores
her husband," is the way Mrs. Edith
Ellis Furness, author of many books
and plays, condemns the jealousy that
sometimes leads to murder.
MILITANTS WHACK ANCIENTS
Feminism is not a modern growth,
according to a student of Livy. About
the year 331 B. C. there was an up
rising among the Roman matrons
over a proposed law limiting the ex
penditure for dress.
Matrons swarmed the highways
and waylaid every man who had a
vote. They interviewed government
officials and finally hung about the
necks of the tribunes, returning vic
torious after having sqiielched the.