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confederate had been systematically
swindling the house through over
shipments, fraudulent bills of lading
and altered checks. They were about
to flee. Eleanor heard Woods say
that his bank frook securities and
safety -deposit key were in his box in
"I thought of you," she faltered to
Gerald. "I shut them in the vault."
Restitution was sternly demanded
by Gerald when Wodds fecovered
consciousness. The villain and his
accomplice left the office free to go
where they would, but despoiled of
"It seems I needed a guardian and
found one in you," spoke Gerald ten
derly, as he and Eleanor stood alone
in the office after the departure of the
others. "Will you continue in that
capacity and as my wife?" he as"ked
She could not say him nay they
were so suited to one another and
they left the office arm lined in arm,
heart linked to heart.
One cup of bread crumbs, six large
apples (peeled and sliced), one cup
of mdlasses, one-half cup of cold
water, one-half cup of sugar, butter
size of walnut, pinch of salt and grat
ed nutmeg. Put thin layer of sliced
apples in bottom of buttered pudding
pan. Sprinkle with little sugar, then
put layer of crumbs over apples; dot
crumbs with bits of the butter and
dash of nutmeg. Continue ,'in this
way until all crumbs and apples are
used. Mix the water and molasses.
Turn over and around sides of the
.pan. Set the puddjng dish in pan of
hot water and bake forty minutes or
until apples are tender. Serve hot
with foamy sauce.
GRANT O. LORD,
'f Conductor I. C. Railway.
Card of Illiuois Central Conductor.
WORTHY WOMAN AIDS WORK TO
There isn't a woman in the United
States probably who. has taken a
greater interest in the child welfare
movement than Mrs. David 0. Mears,
an officer in the National Congress
Mrs. Mears is a resident of Phil
adelphia and has devoted years of
very active work to organizing and
perfecting clubs among mothers
which will be the means of insuring
better health, better babies and better
growing children to the nation.
CORN GRIDDLE CAKES ,
Scald one'and one-half cups of
boiling water. Boil fiye minutes. Turn
this into bowl and allow to cool a
little. Add one teaspoon of salt, one
quarter cup of sqgar, two cups of
flour, sifted with two even teaspoons
of baking powder, added alternately
with one and one-quarter cups of
milk. LasMy add one egg, well beaten.
Bake on griddle, serve with syrup.