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bers broke into bedroom, murdered his wife and fled with all his money. West Branch, Mich. John Forbes, alias John Hammond, found,guilty of murder of Charles Bottsfield, given life term. ALLSUNSHINE In sixty-five . years of married life Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tuttle of Speonk, Long Island, have never had a quarrel, they declare. This, to say the least, is out of the ordinary, so much so, in fact, that much news paper space has been given to their announcement. This would indicate that it was news and good news that is, something unusual, from a news standpoint And while it is good news in more ways than one, on second thought, such a state of affairs might strike some married folk as a pretty lame and dull existence. Think of not hav ing one argument with wifey or hub by in 65 years or even 65 days! Not a single argument on the equal suf frage question, on the price she pays for her hats, or the money he expends for smokes and things; or as to whether ma-&-law shall come for a visit; or if you'll get all dressed up on Sunday to help entertain company; or sit in your "nobody's business" and slippers all day and rest! 'Twould seem as though, without some difference of opinion on these serious and important domestic ques tions, life would become rather hum drum. For it is those things that make him and her keenly alive to mutual interests, likes and dislikes, and, even if she does have the last word, the "quarrel" makes both rea lize that each has a mind of their own. o o Miss Eleanor Wilson, at 24, will.be a wife, step-mother to 6 children, mother-in-law to two and step-grandmother to one,, when she marries Sec retary of the Treasury McAdoo. j MEAT SUBSTITUTES SERVED DAINTILY BY PROF. EDNA NOBLE WHITE. Domestic Science College, Ohio State University. It has been well said that it was not a study of what the family want ed to eat that was needed, but a study of what the family ought to eat and how to get them to eat it. The latter part of the problem might be easily solved if the food were more attract ively seasoned and served. To say to people that they were eating too m l t nil m on f ariiT thon tn cprvfl in it" a place an unsavory concoction, even ' though it be equal to the meat m food value, would not be convincing. It is unreasonable for the housewife to ask the family to accept as a substi tute for a favorite dish one which is not especially palatable, and it might be added that the less the substitu tion is mscussea tne less inteiy are there to be objections. Europeans are much more familiar with cheeses and their uses than Americans, and many travelers find their prejudices against cheese disappearing as they taste the dishes prepared by foreign cooks. A French rarebit is a simple but most acceptable substitute for a inea dish. Cut 3 large slices of bread, measure 3 tablespoons butter, 5 tablespoons cheese, iy2 cups milk, and iy2 eggs. Butter the slices of bread and cut into inch squares. Fill a buttered baking dish with alternate layers of the bread and grated cheese. Moisten thoroughly with a mixture made of the milk and eggs, seasoned with the salt, pepper and mustard. Bake in a moderate oven until the-mixture sets, like custard, and brown it on top. o o No lunch hour in Cleveland, O., May 1. They're going to move the hands of their clock ahead from. 12 to'l, on that day, to get more day light hours.