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lunch for myself and the baby,
and in the afternoon wash win
dows or scrub or mend or any
thing else that needs to be done.
-I scrub the whole house twice a
week and wash the windows once
"I never do a regular house
cleaning. When you keep a house
clean right along, you don't have
to turn everything upside down
twice a year.
"I usually have a couple of
hours to myself in the afternoon.
Then I get supper. After sup
per I have a smoke, and then
wash the dishes, and am through.
"I have leisure enough. But it
gets dreadfully lonesome being
in the house all the time. Some
times I just have to "break away
and go to a ball game."
Corn Starch Omelet.
Separate the yolks of 2 eggs
from .the white. Beat up the yolks
in a small basin and add a pinch of
sale. Blend 1 tablespoonful of
cornstarch with of a cupful of
milk and add the yolks to it. Sea
son with pepper and salt and fold
in the stiffy beaten whites. Put
4 tablespoonful of- butter into
the pan. Let it get hot, then pour
in the mixture slowly. Shake the
pan gently over the -fire. When
the omelet is set and the under
side slightly "browned, put it in
the oven till the upper side is
browned. Add 1- tablespoonful
of cooked, chopped chicken or
cooked ham, tongue or kidney.
Double over and put on "a hot
dish. Serve at once,
"I understand yourrdog didn't!
get a prize at the dog. show."
"No but I believe -he would
have defeated the winner if
bystanders hadn't pried them
o o - -
Andrew Shampney of Yonkers,
N. Y., hasrappealed to the police
to make his wife stop-kissing and
hugging him so much.
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Mr. Pickles I want a girl to Jfl
fall in love with me at first sight. f
Miss 'putting Yes, for if she JH
took thesecond look she wouldn't. II