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"The deuce you are, Lorimer," an
"Yes. Cut down her wages and
give her a few fake papers to betray
to me. I'll' keep on putting up $50
"Say, Lorimer," said Ellsworth in
annoyance, "isn't this.hobby of yours
a pretty expensive one?"
"Oh, well, I owed something to her
father," said Lorimer. "Besides,
Ellsworth, so long as we both employ
her we'll know she isn't betraying
either of us to the other, and with a
woman of Miss Ferguson's ability it's
necessary to keep her out of mischief
somehow. I call fifty apiece cheap,
don't you? So long!"
RICE IN COMBINATIONS
Rice may be combined with protein-rich
foods, such as milk, cheese
and eggs for use in the place of meat,
or with small amounts of vegetables
to make the latter "go further." Of
course, such a dish does not contain
as much tissue-building protein as if
it were made entirely of meat, but
when the meat provided ordinarily is
generous and the aim is to reduce the
cost without lessening the attrac
tiveness of the food, such combina
tions are well worth trying.
SCALLOPED SWEET POTATOES
Mince cold boiled ham, fried pork
or bacon and spread a layer in a bak
ing dish. Cut cooked sweet potatoes
into dice and add a layer of minced
Use remainder of materials in al
ternate layers, cover with bread
crumbs, moistened in melted butter
or milk, and bake half an hour.
Brown crumbs before serving.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Sept. 19, 1747. The governor bf
Louisiana, which then included what
is now Illinois, reported to the.
French ministry that a widespread
conspiracy among the Indians, insti
gated by the English, had been dis
poveed and foiled by the French.
SON PAWN IN LOVE GAME, SAYS
WIFE, LEFT FOR TYPIST
MP dtC '" JPj
Boston. "I want my husband back
in spite of the heartache he has
.caused me," says Mrs. Charles H.
Gretter, wife of the man who two
weeks ago eloped with Mildred, Mer
rill, his 22-year-old stenographer and
the sweetheart of his soldier son.
"I am convinced the affair between
my son, Leslie, and Miss Merrill was
just a scheme designed by my hus
band and the girl to dispel my sus
picions," Mrs. Gretter is said to have
Gretter is alleged to have enter
tained Miss Merrill at hotel dinner
parties and paid her marked atten
tion when she visited the Gretter
summer camp in the Maine. woods.
Gretter is 45; Miss Merrill, 22.
BOUNTIFUL IN SPIRIT
At noon a bountiful dinner was
served. The Ladies' Aid Society of
the church served coffee and ice
cream. Fort Wayne, Ind., Journal-