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hands. So far as they were con
cerned the incident was closed.
But the delegates hadn't for
gotten it this morning, and when
James gave the usual order to
clear the aisles, the police went
about it very gingerly.
- There never was such a bunch
Df short-tempered, riled men
gathered together in one hall in
all the world, and it wouldn't
have needed much to start some
thing. But there was nothing started.
Instead, the work of the day was
begun with a rush, evidence that
the weary delegates were only
too-anxious to get through, and
get home. v - r
o o ' r
A rich Russian widow lefther
millions for the benefit of bank
rupts who, as she said, "emerge
, defeated from the fierce competi
tive struggle with shattered
nerves." Her plan was to build
sanitariums for the bankrupts,
and to Educate their destitute
daughters to make a living.
The loving relatives of the
philanthropic widow are trying
to defeat the will on the gound
that anyone who would try to
make life easier for bankrupts and
their children must necessarily
have been insane.
The widow showed her good
Pour your cream into the freez
er. Surround with alternate lay
ers of -ice that has been crushed
very 'fine' (Tike siiow almost) and
rock salt. Fill to the top and pour
over all two quarts of the strong
est brine. Bury the freezer out of
sight in cracked ice and throw a -piece
of carpet or a doubled sack
Over all. Don't touch it again for
an hour. Open then and beat and
churn, when you have scraped the
frozen-cream from the sides down
into the middle. Have a stout
dasher in miniature made and
work dilige'ntly for at least five or
six minutes. Now close the freez
er, pack down again in rock salt
and finely pounded ice, burying
it out of sight as before. Put a.
weight on the top unless the
freezer be fast to the bottom of
the outer vessel. Let alone for
two hours at least. The cream
should be perfectly smooth.
"Your wife is away, I see."
"Yes, she is away. But how do
you see it?"
"You need a haircut, your neck
tie is gravy spotted, your vest is
shy a button and your shoes are
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