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ness showed generous balances on
the right side of the ledger.
"I have turned in my profits on the
slicer, papa," observed Eloise, "and
that will mean something for the
business right along."
"Dad, we're back to shirt sleeves in
a grand way, aren't we, now?" piped
in the volatile Ned, and Eloise felt
that they were on a safe and happy
basis at last
One day Eloise came to her father
with a folded paper.
"Papa," she said, her face deli
riously suffused. "I have legally
transferred my share in the slicer to
"Why, Eloise " began Mr. Dor
sett, but Eloise interrupted with the
statement: "Russell told me to
do so." )
"Russell?" repeated the old man,
pricking up his ears. "Seems to me
it's been Mr. Boyd heretofore."
"Yes, but he asked me to be his
wife yesterday," announced Eloise
demurely, "and so I thought I
"You blessed angel," enthused her
father, "you've made everybody hap
py all around!"
RUSS CAVIARE CANAPES
Toast slices of bread or fry them
in clarified butter. Allow a heaping
teaspoonful of Russian caviare to
Put the caviare on a plate and
break it with a fork. Season with
lemon juice, salt, cayenne, chopped
parsley and a little grated onion and
one hard boiled egg, hashed fine.
Spread on the bread just before
POSSIBLY MORE SO
Malcolm Hyatt, who has got back
from a trip to New York, says that
as far as he could see every woman
there "wore silk stockings. Preston,
Brains are a liability for a pretty
WIDOW OF PASTOR IS FILLING
ANNk A. WILLI AM J.
Members of the Baptist church at
Denison, Iowa, are satisfied with the
work of Mrs. Anna Ager Williams,
who is filling the pulpit her late hus
band occupied. Mrs. Williams is a
graduate of Simpson college at In
dianola and of the Illinois Training
School for Nurses.
To one quart of seeded grapes (not
yet ripened, though full sized) allow
one artd a half pounds of tart apples.
Place in preserving kettle with an
ounce, each, of garlic, grated horse
radish, ginger, mustard, four of salt,
one saltspoon of cayenne pepper, a
pint of vinegar and one cup of stoned
raisins. Simmer slowly till thick,
then rub smooth. Add one-half pint
of brown sugar and let stand a
week (in earthenware), stirring each
day. Then place in small jars and
cork, putting away in a dry, dark,
Since the province of Ontario went
"dry" Sept. 16 by act of the provin
cial legislature, Toronto, with 400,
000 population, is the largest "dry"
city in the world.