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thinks it, stalks it and even dreams it,
she says, when the part ahead of her
is unusually difficult or taxing.
THE SANDWICHES WERE A HIT
MAD BY MRS, PHILIP LYDIG
Mrs. Philip Lydfg.
Mrs. Philip Lydig has been called
by artists the most beautiful -woman
in. New York and Newport society,
and she delights in making new
Mrs. Philip Lydig, who delights in
epicurean dainties, was the inventor
of some very tempting sandwiches,
which were eaten with great relish
by her friends at a Newport picnic.
Between the thin slices of bread,
from which the crusts had been cut,
were laid a leaf of crisp lettuce, then
a slice of roquefort cheese so thin
it was" like a shaving, a layer of cav
iar, a slice of Spanish pepper,, then
another lettuce leaf
The- combination was a great suc
cess and there were not half enough
to go around. Since that time the
Philip Lydig sandwiches have appear
ed on the luncheon table of many
of the smart set.
It is very probable that Mrs. Lydig
will not b eating epicurean dainties
this summer, as she has just under
gone a serious operation for stom
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CARE OF BROOMS ,
Buy brooms in pairs. You will save '
money by so doing. Give one a bath
and allow it to rest a day and see
how fresh and new it seems. Dip
the broom into hot soap suds. Try it
on wash day. Dip it in until "the suds
are clear. Then dip the broom; into f
clear hot water and hang it in a
draught to dry. Wash the broom
You will be surprised at the
amount of dirt you will find. Be sure
there is a hook or screw eye screwed
into the end of the handle'to hang
up the broom. More "one sided"
brooms are made from standing on
the floor in a corner than from being
worn by sweeping. Do not use the
same broom for all parts of the
One that has been used in the din-
ing room may be in such a condition
as to ruin a valuable carpet.
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The Arnold administration of Den
ver has fired Miss Josephine Bache,
public amusement inspector, because
she went before the grand jurjr with
testimony about intoxicated boys and
girls doing dirty rag dances in pub
lic. Denver evidently wants an in-,
spector who wears leather eye-'
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"Improvement in the train service
I observe," said, a regular traveHer.-io
the local station-master. "Indeed,"
said the official, "I wasn't aware of
it 'What is the change?" "Trains
whistle without stopping now!" ex
plained tie traveller.