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tends to be deaf and dumb. Thus the
kidnapers are fooled into letting him
overhear their choicest' trade secrets
and he soon has the abducted child
out of their grasp.
The play is a good evening's enter
tainment because the authors have
never let it growserious, even in its
most melodramatic moments.
When Barney has, finally won the
$10,000 reward, his boss inquires,
"What will be the first thing youv do,
with all that money?"
"Count it," answers the. wise Bar
ney. - ' ,
These belong to tne cabbage family
of vegetables and may be used any
way prefers cabbage cooked.
Pick off all yellow or wilted leaves.
Put the little heads in cold salt water
for half an hour befeore cooking.
Drain. Put into small pan and cover
with boiling water. Add one even tea
spoon of salt and one-fourth teaspoon
of soda for each box of sprouts.
lieave kettle uncovered, boil briskly
until tender. Drain off all water, ar
range in dish. Dot with butter and
minced parsley. Add one-half cup of
hot vinegar into which has been dis
solved one teaspoon of sugar. Serve
Brussels sprouts, cooked and al
lowed to become ice cold, may be
used for salad, allowing three or four
of the little heads for each portion
and one hard-boiled egg, cold and
sliced. Arrange on salad plate and
serve with French dressing.
Do not mince the cooked sprouts.
Their shape makes the salad at
tractive. o o
You have met him: The 12-a-week
young man who wants the girls to
understand that he is a gay dog and a
prize worth taking some awful risks
It sends a shiver through mother
every time father rends a frayed col
lar and throws it away. That is be
cause collars are two for a quarter.
A bride generally buys her hus
band's shirt the first time. -After she
sees the expression on his face she
would never buy him another, no, not
even it he begged her on his bended'
The first five years after they are
married, a young couple spend every
cent buying the things that every
body neglected to give them as wed
It is always the man "with an in
come of $100 a mihute who advises
everybody to save their pennies. ,
If a woman can sniff at the hum
bug in an average magazine for wo
men, she is safe to- handle the pay en
velope, too.. ;
This is the canvasser's best beti
"The woman across the street bought"
Rear Admiral Howard, commander
of the Pacific coast fleet which may',
blockade the whole western coast of
Ten U. S. battleships for every
Mex customs house ought to make
old Huerta dp some strong thinking. -
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