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-iverer women, than I, but I have'
not yet seen them in Dick's, company.
You see, little "Book, I would not dare
to say that to anyone but you, for
almost every one would misunder
stand me, but Dick is not the kind of
fe a man that attracts a woman of great
I don't think jealousy means a
great love; to me it means a great
vanity on the part of the one jealous
one whose pride is easily hurt and
to whom complete possession of the
mind and body of the one loved is the
only idea of perfect love.
I do not, however, consider that it
would be an exhibition of jealousy to
resent the conduct of one you loved if
that one was doing things which
would bring you into disgrace.
A lover's fame or disgrace may be
keenly felt by bis sweetheart or
friend, but society does not associate
them with the other's reputation or
disgrace. Not so with husband and
wife. His; promotion is her honor
his fall her humiliation. There is "one
glory and one shame"tand their des
tiny is to '"share each other's tears."
(To Be .Continued Tomorrow.)
J ' PARSNIPS
Many people do not like the decided
flavor of .parsnips, but those who do
axe extravagantly fond of them.
Parsnips with bacon is a tasty dish.
For it you scrape and slice six" medium-sized
parsnips. Take four or
five slices of bacon (cut into small
slices) and put them in. bottom of
kettle. Add parsnips and salt to taste.
Then add one teaspoon of sugar. Add
one-half cup of water and put over
fire. Keep the kettle covered for ten
minutes until -all is heated through.
Remove cover and allow the water to
boil away. Stir the parsnips and al
low to slightly brown. -When tender
but not cooked to pieces they are
ready to serve.
. Gentleman Is there any soup on
this bill of fare? Waiter There was,
jar, but I wiped it off, ... . .
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-TL-ETTUCE ROLLS t
Use the large'crisp leaves'. Sprinkle
lightly-rith salt and jjapnkk. Spread
with layer-ofjcooked salad dressing,
mixed 'with any cream cheese; roll
up, set-on-ice -for half an hour and
serve ith. toWqd .crackers,