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talned a request for money. But the
girl never knew that, because she put
it in the fire unopened. She had left
Jim Penny behind tier now that the
new life was at hand.
'He's just another trade secret be
tween us, dear," -said her fiance,
HAYCOCK SAVES THE LIFE OF
If it hadn't been for a haycock
near by Thomas Santcni would have
lost his life in the Selig picture "Un
rest," taken recently.
One of the scenes was supposed to
Show an automobile accident which
would prevent Santcni from winning
the race. The motor car used had
been carelessly repaired and before
the story required an accident one
of the front wheels came off and the
automobile swerved into a ditch, but
Santchi landed fortunately on a hay
cock. i BERLITZ OR I. C. S.?
"Could you learn to love me?"
"I don't know," replied the girl.
"What is your particular system of
THREE KINDS OF CHRISTMAS
By Caroline Coe
Almond Croquettes. Beat two
eggs until they are very light. Add
a half teaspoon of salt and one-half
pound of pulverized sugar. Beat the
eggs and sugar until very foamy.
Grind one-half pound of shelled al
monds fine, add them to one-half
pound of flour. Grate the rind of one
lemon and add to the eggs and sugar.
Grate one-half cuy of chocolate and
add with the flour and almonds to
the first mixture. Mix until smooth.
Flour the board slightly and. tak
ing a little of the dough on the board,
roll out very thin and over top roll
sugar. Cut in strips an inch and a
half wide. Cut again "on the bias"
and bake in slow oven until golden
Cinnamon Strips. Cream two cups
of brown sugar with four eggs until
they .are a light froth. Add one-half
cup of shredded almonds, the grated
peel and juice of one lemon, one-half
teaspoonful of grated nutmeg, one
half teaspoonful (each of cloves and
cinnamon, pinch of salt and four cups
Mix thoroughly, roll out on floured
board, cut in inch-wide strips and
Peanut Cookies. Sift together
four times one cup of flour, one
fourth teaspoon of salt, one level tea
spoon of baking" powder. Cream one
tablespoon of butter with one-half
cup of brown sugar and one egg, beat
five minutes. Remove the brown
skin from enough peanuts to make
three-fourths cup of chopped nut
Add to the sugar-butter mixture
two tablespoons of sweet milk. Beat
welL Then add the flour and nuts.
Mix all together and drop on well-buttered
pan from small spoon. Leave
at least two inches between each
cookie, as they will "spread." Bake
rather fast and have cookies rather