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CAN'T LOSE THIS KEY.
Am so excited. G. F. happens
toicnow Mrs. J.'s husband, who
arrived yesterday. Same frat
and college together. To cele
brate reunion gives dinner at his
cottage tonight. Am dying to see
inside of that place. Pretty out
side, anyway. '
k Aug. 19.
Oh ! It's a dream the cottage,
I mean. Just a big fireplace,
i books, easy chairs, comfy clear
1 through. Why, wasn't I a man?
W Gray Flannel, the dear, persuad
.. ed mother to stay here 'another
I can't wait to see you. This is
a scene on the river. It was moon
light, and, well I am going to
hurry 'home and get my things
made for an October wedding.
There, it's out! Of course, it's
Gray Flannel! I told you they
were different symptoms. Going
to live in N. Y. flat in winter, his
home. Here for vacations. Don't
blalne you now for not leaving
George, even to come to- me. Meet
me tomorrow, 1 1 :30 train,
t Little Bouncing Betty.
"Yankee Doodle" was first
suflg 151 years ago.
T,he well-known and often lost
do6r key is doomed to oblivion if
the foreign inventor o the com
bination door knob lock has his
way. A'nd keyholes will be no
holes at all. The new lock.is oper
ated by knobs or buttons project
ing on the rim of the door knob.
The combination may be set in
such a waythat only those famil
liar with each particular lock can
Four eggs, 1 teaspoon salt1
cup canned corn, 4 teaspoon pep
per, 1 tablespoon flour, 1 table
Heat corn ; thicken-with butter
and flour creamed together and
seasoned. Separate eggs; beat
whites tiU dry and yolks till dem
on colored. Add corn to yolks and
gradually fold mixture into
whites. Turn into warm,- well-r
oiled omelet pan and cook gently,
lifting' mixture from time to time
to let the uncooked portion pre
cipitate. When brown on the bot
tom set in the 6ven to become
firm on the top. Cut at right an
gles to the handle, fold and turn
on a hot platter.