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f "You see, my boy," said Halliwell, 'f
,(l must Confess that when you spoke
to me last night, I wasn't so surprised
as I pretended to be. In fact, it was
a sort of test I had arranged for you.
If you hadn't got mad with me "
"Oh, John," -sobbed Ada Halliwell,
"it wasn't a test'at all. Cyrus I
mean my husband wanted you to
marry Marjorie, only he thought you
were too practical about it, and he
he wanted a little romance because
because there hadn't been any ro
mance in our lives at all."
"Well, you- can put itthat way, if
you like," said Halliwell, gruffly.
"Only I'd like to add that when I got
hold of a young man as suitable as
John, I don't let him go in a hurry.
And now let's cut the explanations
and have our dinner, because I've got
a couple of tickets which will take
you two to Florida on the midnight
train, and I guess you'll have to spare
Marjorie for an hour or so, in case
she wants to come home and pack."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.-)
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Any dry fish may be used, but those
having much oil or color to flesh do
not make as pleasing looking dishes.
Halibut or whitefish are the nicest.
Steam 3 pounds of fish until ten
der. Remove bones, skin and flake
the fish. Sprinkle with a little salt
and white pepper. Make a sauce of
3 cups of milk, 6 tablespoons of flour
blended with 5 tablespoons of butter.
Put milk in double boiler. Add flour
and butter. Stir to avoid lumps. Let
cook 20 minutes. When slightly cool
add 2 well-beaten eggs, 1 teaspoon of
minced onion and 1 tablespoon of
minced . parsley. Put layer of fish,
then layer of sauce in baking pan
until all is used. .Sprinkle top with
crumbs and dots of butter and bake
An idealist neglects many oppor
tunities for accomplishment of the at
tainable. Albany Journal. ,
FOR OUTDOOR GIRL
Notwithstanding many of the new
frocks are mostly composed of furbe
lows, there are some chic fashions
for the outdoor girl.
The one shown is of checked cot
ton ratine in dark blue and white.
The skirt is not too scant to. allow,
an athletic stride,.and thebelted coat,
with its cords and buttons. of dark
blue, is stylish if T)lain.-"
With this coat and skirt is-worn a
white silk shirt,: patterned after the'
soft silk shirts at our brothers."
dark blue velvet band, and white
gloves complete .this, uprtorthe-niiu-ute