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ments of the funeral to me. They are t
stunned, poor things, but very grate
ful to Eliene.
"I think Madge, perhaps you had
better go to the services tomorrow
morning and help them on the train.
It win give plausibility to the story
that they are friends of mine. I went
back to the train and found that Har
ry had had sense enough to reserve
five compartments for Mr. and Mrs.
Syfnone and servants. Eliene met us
on the dot, "with old reliable Sarah,
who, you know, has been her maid
ever since she can remember and who
, is perfectly devoted to her.
"I breathed a sigh of relief when
the train pulled out, but will breathe
much easier after the rest get away
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
ONIONS IN BROWN BUTTER
Boil spring onions until tender.
Drain and. arrange on platter. Brown
one tablespoon of butter in saucepan.
After taking from fire, add one table
spoon of lemon juice.' Turn over
onions and serve at once.
The green tops of spring onions
may be minced fine and used the
same as chives in any soft cream
cheese. They also give a fine flavor
to sauce for steak. Use them this'
way? One tablespoon of butter, one
teaspoon minced onion tops., Salt to
taste. Mix all together. Add one tea
spoon lemon juice. Spread on steak
just before serving.
LIMA BEAN SALAD
Two cups of cooked lima beans.
Have beans very cold. Pour over
them four tablespoons of olive oil,
one tablespoon of malt vinegar, one
teaspoon of grated onion, half tea
spoon of salt and dash of paprika.
Toss all together and serve on a nest
of shredded lettuce.
"Thafs 'The Death of Nelson,'."
replied the bandmaster. "Aye,, man,"
remarked the native, "ye hae given
mm an awfu death J"
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New York, N. Y. "There is no av
erage woman"' says Leonora in
Maude Adams' $lay, "The Legend of
Leonora," and-toBarrie's sentiment
Miss Adams-adds: "Thereis'no aver
age woman-, because'there Jsjio com
monplace woman. No Itwawomen
are alike. Women ref use,to be classi
fied. What 'lifts,, wpman' above the
commonplace is ier power To "dream.
The woman wttbout dreams is the
one hopeless' person of us. all. No
matter what awdmaii's-'task .may be,
it may be sewing in ar sweatshop, it
may be washing, .dishesj "but- her
in life. They keep ier irom
I being an average .woman