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not "train t6 win, did not run to win, and was not organized to win. We lost because we desired to lose." And Meredith, Gutterson, Craig and Kelly did their durnedest to grant the "desires" of the British ers. Ad Wolgast has discovered that his hand was broken in three places when he fought Rivers the Fourth. Eddie Summers, Detroit's vet eran pitcher,, has been released to Providence of the International League. o o ' COLD DRINKS. Ginger Lemonade. Take half a cup of vinegar, 1 cup of sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls of ginger; stir well together; put in a quart pitcher and fill with ice water. If one wants it sweeter or sourer than these quantities make it, more of the needed in gredients may be put in. It is a cooling drink and almost as good as lemonade. Some prefer it. Plain Sherbert. Lemonade or plain sherbert should be a household word in the summer. Roll, peel carefully and slice, thin, -six lemons. Put into a pitcher or bowl with alter nate layers of granulated sugar, 2 teaspoonfuls for each lemon. Leave on the ice until you are ready to serve. Then add a quart of iced water and 'a lump of ice. Iced Orange Juice. Make a sirup of a cupful of 'sugar and of a cupful of water boiled together for 10 minutes. Then set aside untilvcold. Mix y2 pint of orange juice and J- P'nt of lemon juice, and sweeten abundantly with the cold sirup. In sweetening the "beverage, do not forget the ice is still to be added, and that this in melting (" will dilute the sirup, making the drink more acid. Fill tumblers to the brim, when serving, with finely cracked ice and pour the orange mixture upon it. o o NO, NOT SUCCESSFULLY. 1 nccr "You bad boy! You've been swimming again." "Mother, I cannot tell a lie. I forgot to dry my hair." "The great middle west has made tremendous strides in the (J last 20 years, said trie soap box orator. "Look at it now, and then think what it was in the early nineties." "Yes." observed a listener, "it sure has changed. You'd hardly know it since it shaved off its whiskers."