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bed telling her the whole story of her
loss so many years ago.
(To Be Continued Tomdrrdw.)
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RUMORED MARIA OF . RUSSIA
MAY WED BROTHER OF QUEEN
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Maria of Eussifc
It is rumored that the Grand
Duchess Maria of Russia, 'gaid to be
one ol the most beautiful royal wo
men in Europe, and lecentry divorced
from Prince William of Sweden, will
become engaged to Duke Francis
Ferdinand of Montpensier, a brother
of Queen Amehd of Portugal.
HOW TO BUY, PREPARE AND
COOK A FISH
Almost all fish are best directly
after taken from the water. The
more delicate the fish the poorer its
keeping qualities. White fish bear
transportation poorlyj Cod fish loses
its delicate flavor if packed in ice
and transported over the country.
Rich fish, like salmon and halibut,
have much better keeping qualities
than the lighter kind.
Fresh fish is firm, eyes full and
rather bright, and the odor, while it
is always fishy, will not be disagree
able. An ordinary fish, freshly caught
and cooked, will far surpass in flavor
and wholesomeness a fish of rarer
kind that has been kept for days or
weeks, packed in ice.
To Prepare Fish for Cooking.
Wipe fish inside and out with cloth
rung out of cold water. Remove any
scales that may have been overlook
ed at the market by drawing knife
over fish, beginning at tail and work
ing toward head. Incline knife to
wards you to prevent scales from fly
ing. Small fish are usually served with
head and tail on.
To bone a fish begin at the tail,
run a sharp knife close to the back
bone and with knife follow the bone
its entire length, thus removing half
the flesh from the bones. Turn and
remove flesh from the otheivside.
Pick out any small bones that remain
after removing backbone.
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The last grandson of Prince Potem
kin, favorite of Empress Catherine of
Russia, has been discovered working
as a porter in a third-class theater in
St, Petersburg. His grandfather was
so rich that he washed his horses in
white wine, but the grandson has
nothing except Ms job.