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ishing how quickly she has learned
it annoys a man to be troubled with
household or family affairs the first
day he is home after a business trip.
Mollie's business training is doing her
a lot of good."
I wanted to ask him why he had
changed his mind since the' night be
fore when he did not think Mollie
was anything but "coarse-minded."
Today, evidently, things look dif
ferent and Dick has gone off to pick
up the threads of his business with
never an explanation of where he has
been or what he has been doing.
I read a truth in one of the maga
zines yesterday that has clung to me
Here it is, little book: "A man may
keep still about yesterday an' last
month an' what he was doin' in 1833
an' be credited with bein' a man who
can have been doin' great things
without boasting about 'em after
wards. "With a woman 'tis different; let
her hold her peace, she is accused.
"If she cannot account for every
minute of the time since she was 7
years of age it's all over with her
she must give a list of all the people
she knew an' all the places she has
been with dates an' cross references."
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Cream 1 tablespoonful of butter
with 4 of sugar; add pinch of salt
and 1 egg and beat till all is light and
foamy. Sift 2 teaspoonfuls of baking
powder into 2 cups of flour. Add 1
cup of milk to the egg mixture and
then fold in the flour. Turn batter
into well greased cups, filling cup
only half full; put over in steamer
and steam 40 minutes Turn out
while warm and put a little butter
over top and then turn "strawberry
dope" over and dot top with whipped
Mash 3 pints of rare ripe straw
LH'ries, add Vfe cups of sugar, stir
and set in cool place for an hour.
When ready to serve shortcake add
1 pint of whole berries and turn over
IS THERE A MEDAL FOR THIS
BRAVE LITTLE HEROINE.
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Atlanta, Ga. All in a twinkling 13-year-old
Ruby Freeman has become a
candidate for a hero medaL
Her little brother Clyde might have
been dead now instead of in the hos
pital with merely a leg cut off if it had
not been for Ruby's quickness and
Ruby's mother is in the hospital
and Ruby was "little mother" to
Clyde. She watched him carefully as
he played tag in front of their home.
Suddenly he slipped and rolled under
a coal wagon. Ruby danted under
the wheels after -him, and dragged
him back but .one leg was crushed
and later at the hospital is was am
putated. Ruby escaped heiseli without a
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