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(McBruise's manager, Wisenhim
er says: "If you'd frame it up
with us to lose you'd cop about
$200 out of what we win in bets.
'And that's more than you'd get if
you won, and you can't win any
1 how. Get me?y
I don't know whether my
yguthful neighbor would have got
him or not, but I did. I rushed
round the corner and shook my
fist in Wisenhimer's bloated face.
"This kid is on the levelj even if
you'are a crook 1" is what 1 hand
ed Mr. Wisenhimer
He was rattled, he was. But he,
tried to smoofhe over, the situa
tion. "Nix, skirt, I was just only
joshing him a little' he said.
"Keep out of this and I'll buy you
a diamond-bracelet" '
"Don't talk 'broicelef to me,"
I said, leading Ighatz away. "Mya
brother Dudley will buy me one
out of the $120 he's going to win
By the way, this was news' to
igrtatz. "SayY.Tie whispers. o
me, "Did" your brother 'plunge
-like that on' me? Well, don't you
'worry. 1 won't toss your broth-
And I don't believe he will.
ft USES FOR STALE BREAD
Bread-Crumb Biscuits. One
pint o brSad crumbs, one pint of
sour milk, one-iialf teaspoon of
soda, one-half teaspoon of baking
soda, one-quarter tmp of lard,
one-quarter teaspoon of salt. Add
enough flour to stiffen. Soak
crumbs m milk for haif an hour.
!Add soda. Max enough lard to 1
shorten with one cup of flour,
sifted, with salt and baking povN
der. Add more flour if not stiff
enough to handle' easily, Roll out,
shape with biscuit cutter and
bake in hot oven.
Dry Bread Crumbs. When
stale bread is too hard for other
use put in oven till dry enough to
roll or po,und Tjhen sift and keep
in glass jars. These crumbs may
be used for calfaped dishes, cro
quettes, -outlets orto roll meat in.
Chocolate Bread Pudding.
Tvo cups of- scalded milk, one
quarter cup of sugar, one egg,
pnereigfith teaspoon of salt, one
Tialf teaspoon of vanilla5 one cup
of bread crumbs, three-quarter
square' qFohocolate and one-half
cup- of broken nuts if desired.
Spak bread crumbs in milk half
an hour, MelrchcTcoJate over hot
water. Add half of the sugar to
chocolate1, also enough milk to
dour. Add to -crumbs and milk,
Lsalt, vanilla and iggs slightly
oeaien. ine-Tims may ue useu
'one wishes, Serye hot with a top
ping of whipped cream or a sauce.
, To Get Rid of Mice.
To rid d house of these trouble
some pests lay a Block of camphor
near their haunts. They dislike
the smell, of camphor and will
A Bright Polish.
When an extra brightf polish is
required the blacking should be
mpced with cold tea instead of
water. Apply in the usual man
ner and when dry polish the
leather with a stiff, hard brush u