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morning, they met in the pleasant
grounds, there was a smile on her
"Mrs. Beach has told me all, Mr.
Thornley," she. said. "How you must
have hated me. Can-you forgive me?"
Thornley looked at her. Something
in his glance sent the blood into her
"On condition that you stay a
And, long before their holiday had
elapsed, it was recognized that Mr.
Beach had a new kind of mental case
in his house, which could only be
cured as tins one was by a long
white veil and orange blossoms.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
DISHES OUR AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
When young William Haines work
ed from "sun-up until sundown" on a
Maine farm 30 years ago. his favorite
dish was baked beans. Now he's gov
ernor of his native state, but he still
prefers the juicy, well-browned dish
of beans to any of the fancy dishes
served at the governor's table.
BY MRS. WILLIAM T. HAINES,
Executive Mansion, Augusta, Me.
My husband always enjoys a good
appetitp and it would be hard for me
to tell what his fa
vorite dishes are.
He was raised up
on a farm and is par
ticularly fond of all of
the old - fashioned
I think the things
he enjoys the best of
Gov. Haines, anything are the
Sunday morning baked beans and the
Friday's boiled salt codfish with pork
scraps and beet pickles. He is also
especially fond of fish and vegetable
hash. He seldom eats pastry of any
kind and cares nothing for fancy
dishes. He is a great lover of fruit
J PLENTY OF TUITION
If a German wishes to drive a
motor car he must first take out a
one month's tuition license, which
permits him to learn to drive. At the
end of the month he is taken into the
heart of a large city, and with an of
ficial by his side is made to drive in
and out of the traffic.
One little slip, a slight hesitation in
Blowing up, and "back he is put" for
and vegetables of all kinds is a very
small meat eater, but he eats his New
England doughnut with a cup of cof
fee regularly every morning.
I am not giving recipes for these
dishes as they are to be found in any
old-fashioned cook book.
SHE HITS THE HIGH COST OF
LIVING WITH RECIPE
Editor Day Book: In a recent
number of your paper you state,
"Please, Mrs. Reader, etc.," but I
wish to state I happen to be a Miss
But I suppose you will heed my ad
vice, even so. As you say times are
hard, and one will find eggs are very
high, and one might wish to eat cake
more often if it did not come so ex
pensive, so I am volunteering a recipe
on "One Egg Cake."
One Egg Cake.
One-half cup milk, 1 rounded tea
spoon baking powder, 1 heaping ta
blespoon butter, 1 cup sugar, 1 large
cupful flour, 1 egg. Bake in three lay
ers, filling with jelly or any filling
desired. Miss Hazel Levy, 1901 Fre
mont St. -,. 1
another month of tuition. There are
many cases in which even three
months' tuition is insisted on, and
there are others in which licenses are
refused altogether. The result of this
is that the accident percentage in
Berlin is only half that of large cities
in the United States. Top-Notch.
The largest settlement in Green
land is Sydproven, population 766t ,,