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' "It feels good to be respectable and
earning money," declared the tramp
a week later.
They had fixed up the old cabin till
it was cozy and comfortable. They
had sold 1,000 chickens for $400.
With $200 of this Justus had been
able to purchase theTcabm and two
acres of land about it.
At the end of two months they had
a regular paying business to attend
to. The tramp seemed happy and
contented. One day Justus went
back to his home town. His first call
was upon Mr. Lincoln.
"I've got that house we bargained
about," he announced buoyantly,
"and it's bigger than ten by twelve."
"Well, you are an enterprising
young man, I'll say that!" commented
Another month spent in decorating
the old cabin. And then there crossed
its humble threshold the happiest
bride in Christendom, to whom that
love-lighted shelter was a palace!
U TODAY'S LENTEN DISH
j By Caroline Coe
Creamed Finnan Haddie. Wash a
finnan haddie. Put it in a dripping
pan; dot with bits of butter and broil
until done. Allow to cool and pick
the fish into large-sized flakes. Put
3 tablespoonfuls of butter into sauce
pan, add 5 tablespoonfuls of flour, put
over very slow fire and melt together
stirring all the while. When blended
and smooth add 1 quart of rich milk
and cook all together for 1 hour.
Stir often to avoid lumps; when
ready to serve add the haddie and
heat hot; slice 3 hard cooked eggs
into the mixture and add 2 even table
spoonfuls of grated parmesan cheese.
Serve very hot over slices of toast.
Garnish the dish with strips of pi
mento. o o
The women of the world: Chris
tian, 238,000,000; Pagan, 69,000,000;
Confucian, 128,000,000; Hindu, 95,
000,000; Buddhist, 73,000,000; Mo
TRAMPS THROUGH MUD TO
WORK AT STUDIOS .
Charles Ray is very glad that he is
an athlete and a good walker.
Of late he has been walking most
of the way to Inceville, the famous
movie town, owing to the bad condi
tion of the roads caused by the rains.
The roads are practically de
stroyed, so the automobilists have
to walk a good stretch and then take
the jitney buses to the studios.
A RISING MARKET
A stockbroker whose mind was al
ways full of ( business was asked a
few days ago how old his father was.
"Well," he said abstractedly, "he is
quoted at eighty, but there is every
prospect that he will reach par and
possibly be at a premium."
Rocks and stone buildings that are
struck by lightning often are mag
netized by the electricity..