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der to teach him a lesson. But you
you let the thoughts out of your
"No I didn't either, Tabby, because
he told me only lately that I could go
to college any time I wanted to. And
it was ma who started the game, say
ing she wanted to get married once
more and talking about pa's whis
kers." "My dears, I was trying to teach
him a lesson," answered their moth
er. "I'll tell you a secret. It was your
father's whiskers that made me fall
in love with him. There!"
But Jasper Balsam was outside his
door, smiling a little sheepishly, and
fingering his whiskers as he spoke.
"I guess you fooled the old man, all
right' he said "But the system ain't
a bad one. Only I forgot to say we
must only speak when we're think
ing of pleasant things."
"SWEETS" BAKED WITH HONEY
Pare cold baked or boiled sweet
potatoes and cut crosswise in slices
half an inch thick.
Arrange in a shallow baking dish,
placing a slice of raw apple on top
of each piece of potato.
Dot with bits of butter and add a
spoonful of strained honey to each
Bake under a cover 8 or 10 min
utes. Remove cover to brown delicately
and serve in baking dish.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Sept. 26, 1833. The chiefs of the
Pottawatomie, Chippewa and Otta
wa Indians signed a treaty with the
government by terms of which they
ceded 5,000,000 acres of land west of
Lake Michigan, in Illinois and in
Southern Wisconsin, in exchange for
an equal area west of the Mississip
pi and $1,000,000 in merchandise.
Gear wheels to the front wheels of
an automobile have been invented to
make a car lift its own top whenever
the driver desires.
STRIKING COLORS BLENDED IN
RICH AFTERNOON GOWN
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An all-imported one-piece after
noon gown of intense color combi
nation. The waist is cerise and the
skirt is taupe or dove-colored. The
color scheme, striking but harmoni
ous, is enhanced by embroidery in
royal purple, gold and silver. The
belt is of royal purple with a silk
cord. The hat is black velvet with
gay-colored ribbon trimming.
The chap who courts more than
one irl at a time is courting trouble-
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