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The flodd tide had set!, WHO'S' WHO IN THE
- v ' L "
And there, with his legs dangling,
sat a forger. - "Cookey says we'll
have fish for breakfast if I catch
'em;" he explained. "
Together, with a string of. perch
we returned to camp. As we'reached
it a burglar stepped dripping from
the canal. He'd been bathing.
.Laughing, he flung up his arm in
"How's the water?" asked the
, "Fine!1 replied the burglar.
Then he turned.as though obey
ing an impulse, to face the East. The
sun was rising over the pine' tops.
JBut it was not the sunrise he saw,
J)Ut a grim, high wall, 200 miles
"away, and a jute mill filled with
crashing looms, and guards armed
Twith rifles, and dark, cement-floored
corridors, and narrow, steel-barred
And there was a little rage and
more defiance, and there 'was more
laughter than defiance in the shout
'he sent ringing over the water:
"Oh, you cells! Oh,. you cells!"
- Chop thirty oysters. Make a batter
of two beaten eggs, half a pint of
milk, a scant pint of flour, one scant
teaspoon of baking powder and salt
Jto taste. Stir the oysters into the bat
ter, drop this by the spoonful into
deep, boiling fat. As they brown turn
as one does doughnuts. Dram on
paper Serve hot with mashed potato
-and a cabbage salad.
: THE NEW OFFICE BOY
He tries and tries and tries again,
And tries and tries -with might and"
And tries andjtries, the little man,
'To.do as )ittleas he can.
See that your ohild's feet are'kept
dry. Overshoes are Indispensable, as
they can be taken off at the school
liouse, leaving (he feet warm and dry.
Bf i2iO VcP"""'
Hap a mania for "doing scarey
Prefers traveling by airship and
alls the-hlg'flon in the Los' Angeles
wild animaTzolo by his first name!
JLoves tpbe happy and hates any
kind of a" scene except the one in
tended for the camera.
"Eefc name among special friends is
" Gets jiwpv Vitb tht jungle stuff
'in 'wonderful fashion!
' She Jives in. juj& ugeles, but still
loves Chicago. ;
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