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of our quarrel was the reconcilia
tion." "It's always been my pet aspir
ation to see you fwb .married,"
said Drusilla. -
"Well, your wish will .soon
"Beatrice," asked Drusilla,
"won't it be dreadful after you
are married if Charles should say
loving things to you and look at
"I won't mind that ever again'
declared Beatrice vehemently,
because Charles says all other
women look alike to him 'except
me. So there!"
(Copyright, by W. G. Chapman.)
p APPLECAKE ,
' Needed: Six ounces of flour,
three ounces of butter, one egg,
half a teaspoonful of baking pow
der, and two or three apples.
Method: Stew the apples with
two tablespoonfuls of sugar until
tender, rub the butter into the
flour, and baking powder, drop in
the egg, and mix to a -stiff paste.
Turn out on a floured board and
divide into two parts. Roll out
the same size as a shallow bak-ung-tin
(a sandwich tin will do
very well), butter the tin, line it
with paste, fill it with apples, then
put.on with the other round of
pastry. Sprinkle over with castor
sugar and bake in a moderate
pven for fifteen minutes.
Lawyer (to witness) Did you
say that an incompetent man
could keep a hotel just as well as
anybody? Witness No; I said
an inn-experienced man coulL- '
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"say bill we. Ain't got
'nwj&h Room in one couvmn.
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Auntie (to Bobby, who is pull
ing dog's tail) Don't do that,
Bobby he'll bite you. Knowing
Bobby Oh, no, he won't Dogs
dotft life t'this eiid,