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Mrs Mlnton was iIumiiik her bl'Sl
nit KlHK8 howl- the HrnwnlhK Hub's
wedding Rift ii her when a litrtl
alighted on (lu window Bill mid win);
lie si'l sour i tin same moment,
8 Blrl walked past purine a bunch nf
lKflt rne Hi her hult Instantly
Mrs Mlnton realized that stir was
hoilipslrk rnr Ihe garden and the.
Birds that had been hers every year
of hor llfo until thin tear, anil stio
derided she would go sp Hip Bar
dim anil the birds And the rfpar own
people ;n, had not seen store her
In i hp rotirse hi the ilny Mia MM
tun tt at prut several times in lipr ln
fpntlon, thinking "f her husband; who
would rare lor Jack durlns her at).
She found hem If wljiltis ft
tear away at the vision she ronjorod
Up nf her husband touting Into tho si
Ipfit apartment to upend in rmlnsblQ,
lotnely evenlwt without hpr Still,
she rould talk to him on the long dls
tre telerhonc and fho would only
stay awny two day at the moot
Whf n Mi a ton rame hme to .ilnner,
hta witt broai bed the subiprt that had
been iiptprnioxt In her heart all da.
"On by all mean Mlnton answeiod
rheerfully " vr been surprised that
you ve lut'ti it out a long as ou
have, flOM It must hp lonesome for
you here -Vt home thete was always
ono or another dropping 111 to ste
ymi. tl'hn ill you go?'
Hut wu will hp lonely without me,
dear," Mr Minimi ald tremulously,
tonkins nctmu tu tnblp with swoet.
"Not ,1 bit of it." Mlnton said reas
suringly I II look up some of my old
frtfuds that I hateni seen since 1
was married "
There wit a moment slbiue, then
Mr Jtln ! on said slimy Tve hiard
people joa.. about hubanda bplng nns-,
ln to have their wltes go nway no
tb might law j Rioti timi'. but I in
not to the least jealous of you. .Jnrfc,
I made up tin n.md hen e wert
married that I new r neter would
he Wit i-iin t hti- Hi away. I want
0U to go around and hate a (urfort
l.t i se, did mi e Vou know I'm a
woman of my ord. and I moan what
I sb) wh. it I tn ou : m noi iealou
Yon mutt go and soe nil your old ,
Iriem's, .ind tre t. ore you enjot your
otf tho lot regret I shall lpl nt
Uf.SVtif i.u n one
Til bate a grent lime; Mlnton ,
taightd "Hut don t look mi tragic,
lout It, Hoas Maybe I'll go mn and
naybe III -tay t I i.tm- Whd hpver 1
I do. you can tie im rtain I'm thinking !
of ton unit li!tiB you Imik; tpt,
at the saroo tin e hoping tbnt you'll
Btat as long as yon IpoI llkt It, and
lliat you are pnioylng yourself !
Thl loerllke Hpeerh pntiaod Mrs.
Mlnton to toko heart i
The nex' day before sho Ivf t home,
she pinned n tender little note on hor
husbaud's pillow insprtod a gerund in
tho hook he was mailing nnd allppcd
a third into the pocket of his booso
root Tbpn she burli d her fni o for
n moment in the rout, and with one
tnt. lingering look left the house
When sealed in tin- elevated train '
br attention was nttrarted lu two
fsomm who look enti nonr her Tho ,
elfor a woman in tan, observed as
afce ank ;nto the seat nearest the !
Mleh eafM up bemro left homo.
Hps going to bring luck Mlnton to
" i titter tot ght Mrs Mmton has gono
hnme to sre her folks I never met
her I ui out of town when ahe gave
l-pr 'at bom' but I hove my opinion
of a new wife who will forsake her
htithand so noon after their wedding "
T ior llule thing' It s tho moat
nstti'Hi thing In tho world for hor to
nt t'i i..it home and see her ninth,
e ' i t rt tho other "Rbe must
bp lonely here lit the elly."
' (.ti he lonely white she's
Rttay." the other ntd. "Phyllis Hart
ei in t. siting nevl door, and she's
entnlPK to dine with us ton'ght .lark
it- ef to he awfully attentive to Phyllis
and she thinks he's about the"
Mrs Minion felt that she rould li(.
mi mi no more When the train
stoppid she grabbed hor valise and
Minion iluietl with hiit friends that ,
LVfulng. escorted his old sweiitlieai t 1
! ii e uirt then wnt on Ills way won
derlng why every other woman
eel. ed mi unHfttaetlve eotnpared with
bis 1fp He let himself Into the
npartmeoi with his latehkty turned
on tlio Plectrlc light and gasped at
- tt'- of a i rumpled up little ngure
as'ei p on thp lounite in n momont,
hp was brable bis wife
Hess, w-akp up' Wttnt's the mat
ter Are vou slrk?'
Mrs Mlnton ofoned two htmvy, tear
Malned etes ' I'm glad you've romp.
Inrk. she sold "Have yon had a
J'!rt elass Hut what"
With o'd frlPUds?"
lark tTtwldPd his bend "lint what
'Not an, one vou roii'd ever earo
for norp than you do for mo?"
Of rounp not Hiss Hut whnt a
fooilah question to ask me' It n
mo' ounds as If you wore leal -"
Now you are foolish doar after
my telling ton that I never new-r
would be Jealous It was lust that
I- I roiildn't boar to leave vou alone
HOW TO COOK MUSHROOMS
Variety of Combination Cm Be
Served With Thl Edible Fungui
as Chief Ingredient.
A Philadelphia hostess noted for
her delirious dinners anil imperially
for various romblnnttons that Imw
mushrooms as the ihlef Ingredient
says that the reason none of her
ttui sis Is ever III after a mushroom
supper Is thai she always hni frrMi
mushrooms never the ranned m
butt led sort and always lias them
ooked for tin minutes or so helm.
adding the tarlous lid tills that p to
n nke up the dptprtable whole Mn-h
tooins rrqulre nnre nvkii:K 'Im
most pi rsons think, and should t..
thoroughly done before tiny .u,.
served no matter how mm li ihe un
palieni ones may say. fill tley ar.'
rooked enough. Ibev uill nut harm
me ' as everv rlinflni; dish ronk lias
heard them say nt lines n li.ihan
dish whirh this hosfesn litis iIimov
red ronslats of oysters srallopeil
with inaiiironl ami served with n
mushroom snuee Cheese It. omitted
and puprlkn lakes the phu e nf It
ppne in make the llntor mote deli
rate, otherwise the oysters and marn
nnl alternnte and are tleeked with
butler as In other ways of sealloiing,
and the dish is one for ti e gnus
t'reom ono half rup butter and one
rup sugar add beaten of two
eggs and lieat well, mix m e and one
half ettps t'oiir one and one half ten
spoons baking iHiwdet and two n-u
spoons of eoeon Ihorouglily Heat
whites of pkks stiff, measure one half
rup milk and then add a time milk
and flour mixture alternately in ihe
egg mixture lastly add uhlt.-K of
Kes and one teaspoon vanilla Hike
in shallow pun about .'u minuieN and
frost with the following
Plain Coroa Frosting Mix one half
teaspoon toeon with one eup poiv
dered sugnt. add ono lahlespoon lem
on juiee and on' tablespoon bolting
wator or enough to mU the sugar
Into a paste That settles to a level
the moment you stop stirring Spread
at oni on hot rato
Toast broad and uutiur it. cook on
ions until tender and crush them, add
mISi. sail 'M popper to tasto: heat
Rod pour over the buttered total.
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Money in Poultry
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