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her trepidation and excitement
Nance had dropped the pole. She
was too weak to run. He made for
her. She was well-night to the faint
Suddenly a new figure shot across
her range of vision. She leaned to
the support of the pear tree as she
recognized Merwin Burritt She saw
his strong fist drive out and her
would-be captor went senseless to
Mr. Driscoll was a grateful man
when, one hour later, in the peace
and quiet of his room they went over
the exciting incidents of the evening.
The robbers had been jailed and the
incidents had drawn those three im
measurably closer together.
So much so, in faot, that before
the week was out Mr. Driscoll insist
ed upon financing Burritt in his in
ventions and Nance had been invit
ed not only into the new busiess com
biation, but also to become the part
ner for life of the man she had
learned to love.
Breakfast. Steamed raisins with
cereal and cream, corn gems, coffee.
Luncheon. Cream of asparagus
soup, croutons, rolls and marmalade,
Dinner. Codfish pie garnished
with eggs, creamed cauliflower,
hearts of lettuce with mayonnaise,
coffee jelly and small cakes, coffee.
Breakfast Baked apples
fcream, fried mush, coffee.
Luncheon. Omelet, brown bread,
celery, hot chocolate.
Dinner. Nut roast with mush
room sauce, potato fritters, stewed
tomatoes, lettuce salad, apple cream,
A macedoine salad is made of
cooked vegetables, a combination
salad consists of various kinds of
fresh vegetables. To make the for
aer mix J. b,oiIecLbeetJ. hotted car
rot and 1 boiled celery root cut fine
with 2 tablespoons of cooked green
peas and cup each of cooked
string beans and asparagus tips. Add
a small onion chopped fine and serve
on lettuce with mayonnaist.
WASHINGTON WOMEN HONOR
The "lady from Montana" and first
woman representative in the United
States was the center of attention
on her first day in the house. Prom
inent women suffragists tendered her
a breakfast and admirers from all
over the United States have been
sending her floral bouquets in honor
of her political victory.
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