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knew about the pla!nt we lajd for,
steaming hot the juice of one lemon.
The woman turned away blihd
ly, and" went to' her home. For
sythe watched her with an evil
"I thought that would get Ker
he muttered. ,, ,
In her omodmMthe woman!
tnrew nerset on tne dea and
wept. , t JJ t-
"A stool plgabaJ" she cried? "A
stopl pigeon f Ohr if he'd -only
been buta. stool pigeon !"
When Jimmy the Wop came upf
for trial he looked in vain for an'
oval face, framed in dusky, wavy
hair, amtmg those of 'thVspecta
tors, drawn there by 'the blood,
lust. And the judge's, b'reakfast
had disagreed with him, so Jim
my got twenty-five lyears instead
of the twenty Forsythe had
In JolietjjJihiniythe.Wop has
UCCUUIC xiuipu LJJU ins utcuuniuy,
andfor his-bitter hatred of -alt
- T."RNTRNr TlTSWRS -.'
Curried Halibut on Toast.
Cook one teaspopnful of chopped
onion and one tablespoonful of
drippings a light brown then add
one teaspoonful of curry powder
mixed with one tablespdonful of
flour. Whenthese bubble, sir in
one-half pint of milk and one gill
of cream; add two cups of halibut
that has been either boiled of bak
ed and then flaked, add an even
teaspoonful of salt and when
Fried Tripe. Make a frying
batter by sifting two tablespoon
fuls of flour into a basin radd one
well-beatpn cggt two finely chop
ped onions, half a pint of milk
and a seasoning of salt and pep
per. Select thin .tripe and cut it
into .small strips. -Dip each piece
into the batterahd fryat for seyen
.minutes in pjenty of smoking hot
jfa"t.x Serve very hot with melted
.butter made piquanFby the addi
tion or mustarq.
.THE VERY THING "
The skittish maid had captured
her fiance's purse, and was about
to ppen it.
f'No, no," he cried, w&rningly,
"D.on't .look inside.'1 , w
"WhYnotf' she asked. "Suielv
there cannot be anything I shdujd
not seeJ" ' -'
,7There rfiight be." .
, T'Then that is why I am gpihg -tpt
opea it!" she explained "I am
affaid of nothingf ' she exclaimed.
' -"Jf that is so,", he sighed,
"wheh yoii look inside that purse
you-vvill be scared td death."
Showman Thjs armless man
can pick up a n'eedle with his
Disgusted Visit to" r -That's
nothing. I've often 'picked up
carpet tacks with my heels
Bystander That's nothing. I
pick up five nails every time I lift'
up my foot.