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of the house that she was never to
enter again. At her feet was a suit
case. "I have waited for you to say
good-bye," she saidt when the doctor
called. "Yes, I am going, away. You
have suffered a good deal from us
Wheelers, but we are going out of
your memory with my departure, and
won't you forgive me and try to
think better of me?"
"But I don't want you to go," stam
mered the young man. "You have
come to fill my life so much won't
you think about remaining per
manently in it?" he continued.
Then each of them understood that
it had not been really hatred. And,
though she went away, she returned
two months later as Frank Rogers'
wife. It was a very happy homecom
ing, in spite of the shadows that lay
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.) . .
PISHES OUR AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
True southern that he is, Gov. L. E.
Hall of Louisiana prefers chicken
pie to all other delicacies, and Mrs.
Hall admits that he likes it as "moth
er used to make it"
BY MRS. L. E. HALL,
Executive Mansion Baton Rouge, La.
Prepare two fat, young chickens,
cut as for frying. Place in at sauce
pan with sufficient water to cover
about one quart) .
Season with salt and
pepper. Bring quick
ly to a boil and add
one-half cup of but
ter, in which has been
rubbed one heaping
tablespoon of flour.
Stir until gravy is
slisrhtlv t h ic k ened.
Gov. Hall then draw saucepan
to back of range where the contents
will just simmer until chicken is thor
oughly done and very tender. Re-,
move from fire and add a generous
cup of rich milk to have plenty of
Make a rich pastry of one quart of
flour, one cup of lard, salt to season,
and mix to rather stiff dough with
ice water. Roll very thin enough of
the pastry to line the bottom and
sides of a deep pan. Place in oven
and bake to a delicate brown.
Bake thin strips of pastry (about
one inch wide by two inches long)
in a separate pan, reserving sufficient
pastry for a top crust In the pie pan
arrange alternate layers Of chicken,
strips of brown pastry and gravy until
it is used. Roll top crust very thin,
making several short gashes in it for
the escape of steam. Place on pie,
pressing down and trimming edges
neatly. Place pie .in oven and brown
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
"When a woman learns the value
of health, of cheerfulness of an in
terested and informed mind; when
she conceives of their worth in dol
lars and cents, or, better still, as
above dollars and cents, she will be
come, if not a finer home-maker, at
least a finer happiness-maker!
"I have seen so many women lose
their youth, their health, their capac
ity for joy through penny wisdom
when it was unnecessary! 'I have
seen women lose youth and health
and the capacity for joy, in the petty
struggle, and I have seen men, watch
ing these women, lose their courage,
their hopefulness, their capacity for
success!" Reina Melcher Marquis.
At the competition for the world's
typewriting championship, held at
Toronto, Miss Owen of New York,
the holder of the title, maintained
her supremacy, writing 125 words a
minute for half an hour. Miss Rose
Fritz of New York was second with
122.3 words and Miss -Bessie Fried
man, also of New York, was third
with 122 words.