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r INTHE PUBLIC EY.E
Brigadier General W. S. Schuy
ler, U. S. A.,' commander of the
Department - of California, who
was recently sent to the Mexican
border -by -the War Department
to keep-an eye on the situation
$ there- and see -that Americans
were sufficieritly protected.
Bjgge Funny, isn't it, how so
many successful men go bald?
3 LittleNothing funny about"
tbat They're-sure to" come out
, - DOUBLES
His 'name was Woollen Wal
ter Wellington Woollen., Hewas
telephoning for that very last
seat at the theater, and "W.. W.
Woollen" he shouted.
Spell it," was the" reply.
"W " ..
"Look here look here," cried
the ticket seller. "We've only got
one seat here, you know, and you
seem to be twins!"
--The remains of any kind of
cold fish may be used for this
salad. Remove all the bones and
flake up the fish. Wash and chop
finely a lettuce and a small bunch
pf watercress. Mix in a basin with
the fish, season with pepper and,,
salt, and pour a'little salad dress
ing over the mixture. Place in a
salad dish and garnish with a
hard-boiled egg cut in slices and
a few slices of tomato. This
makes a cheap anditasty supper
or luncheon dish.
For Tan Shoes
A few drops,of turpentine, on a
woolen cloth will clean tan shoes
very .well. A drvop or two of
brilliant polish toany, leather.
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