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THE WAY OFsIT IN NEW YORK
New York, Dec. 10, Like many
another story of New York life, the
most remarkable part of the follow
ing tale is that it is only one of many
instances of the same sort.
Two men prominent in the man
agement of a big industrial concern
which has its headquarters in Buf
falo went to attend a directors' meet
ing. Some matter came up concern
ing the affairs of the company in New
York, and these two men, both being
New Yorkers, were appointed a com
mittee to take up the matter and re
port at a subsequent meeting.
Going back to New York, the two
got into conversation as to where
they should meet to talk over their
business. Said A to B:
"I'd be glad if we could fix up the
first meeting for an evening. I'm
rushed to .death all day, at my office,
just at present"
"All right," replied B, "that will
suit me better, too. "Where will we
"I live at the Hotel Blank," said A,
naming an uptown family hotel.
"Would it be convenient for you to
drop in there?"
"It wouldn't be so terribly incon
venient," answered B, "as I live there
It developed that both men, and
their families, had lived in the hotel
named-for over a year.
The men had met downtown at
business conferences, vandshad more
than once taken lunch together. But
neither had the faintest idea that
they were living under the same roof.
If they had chanced to meet, at
any time, in the lobby of the hotel,
they would have bowed politely, but
it never would have occirred to
either of them to give a thoiight to
whether the other might be a fellow
tenant, still less to make any inquiry
along that line. It's not the custom. i
EGGLESS CAKE "
Cream one-fourth cup of butter
with one cup of sugar. Put one table
spoon of cornstarch into one cup of
sweet milk; add to the butter and
sugar; sift two cups of flour with two
teaspoons of baking powder; add to
milk and sugar mixture. Flavor to
taste. A little grated orange peel is
most delicious. Bake in thin sheets
and spread jelly or jam on each layer.
Bread Griddle Cakes.
At night put two cups of bread
crumbs in bowl, add three cups of
milk, a teaspoon of sugar; beat alto
gether. In the morning add one cup
of milk and flour enqugh to make a
thin batter. Beat all with dover egg
beater five minutes. Just before fry
ing add one teaspoon of baking powder.
janitors; strike may not be
The comforting news that the
threatened strike of janitors may not
take place was given by Pres. Frank
McWatters of the Chicago Flat Jani
tors' Union, who stated that more
than 600 agreements, some of them
representing a strhlg o buildings,
have been signed, and 2,000 more are
expected by Jan. 6.
"This will leave perhaps 500 build
ings that will not be unionized by that
date," he said, "and it will only be
upon these that a strike will be de
clared." . o o
CRISIS REACHED AT CALUMET
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 10. Upon
the events of today and tonight will
probably depend the success or fail
ure of the walk-out of 15,000 miners
ordered last July by the Western Fed
eration of Miners.
Citizens from all over the copper
country are gathered in Calumet and
Houghton tb attend the funeral at
the three miners murdered last Sun
day and to join in a mass meeting of
protest against continuance of dis
orders in connection with the strike.
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