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beautiful sentiments of yours, Mr.'
Tresham," said Gladys," when .she was,
thanked and complimented by Uncle
Gilbert. "Oh, your play will some day
be a grand success."
Uncle Gilbert was no longer in the
dumps. Roused into hopefulness and
enthusiasm, he made friends and
boon companions of his strange
Miss fyontmorenci made a.great ef
fort to capture himbut Gladys clear
ly was his favorite. Her father had
been a noted actor, and she 'taught
him more about the practical drama
in two days than he had acquired
theoretically in twenty years.
"Well, Robert, they have gone,"
said Myra four days later, "but one of
them is coming back in a months"
"You means Gladys?"
"Yes, Robert, There is to be a'
wedding and Uncle Gilbert at last has
someone to take care of him."
There was a double wedding at
Hampton Hall and the long engage
ment of Myra and Robert was at a
happy end "at last.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
TUTTI FRUTTI BARS
Boil two cups of granulated sugar
and one-fourth cup of milk uAjtil it
forms a ball in water and add the
stiff whites of two eggs after remov
ing from the fire. Then add a mix
ture of chopped figs, chopped dates,
candied cherries, nut meats, candied
pineapple and citron and raisins. Beat
until creamy and. pour into a greased
mold. Place under a weight for
twelve hours, then cut into bars and
dust with powdered sugar.
Biliousness is produced by im
proper digestion of food which re
sults in the formation of injurious
substances which enter the blood and
give rise to headaches and other
symptoms of the complaint. People
who have torpid livers should eat
plain food, slowly, and exercise daily.
TO CtEANPAINTED; WAbLS. 1
Dirf. seems to have anraffinity for
newly painted walls. For some jeason
or other 'the'. walls of the!"Jtif chen are
bound toget dirty befor'ettie; paint
becomes-4ry. There's a way;-to keep
the dirt! put. Before the:paint has
thoroughly dried make up a-batch of
starch asjyou would for the 'laundry.
Thin it; so that it will flownicely
under abrush and apply a.cpat to the
wall. Itwiihdry clearly aniFprotect
the painty When the wall .gets dirty
just wasbrjriff the starch -and put on
another F coat. You'll haveia'- good
clean w?il MOST of the jtiine and
one painting will last '.about four
times asrJo'ng as if usual' .methods
were- followed. '
V o h,K'.-:
SdMjE,:MEN NEERjp .
"I wish' we had worne policemen.
I wouldihaye you pinched;"
"To see if you are really awake."
A hofej guest took kindly: interest
in a bright-faced page-boy,who had
answered rhis calls very. ' promptly.
"What is your name my, boy?" he
inquired, "They call me 'Billiard
cue " replied the "youth. " JBilliard
cue!' And why. is.that?": "Because
I work,s) much, better witha good