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'. "What do you mean?"
"I mean that you lied to me. You went with the Morrisses to dinner and a motor trip." "But I was with the men," he ex plained. "I intended to be with them all the evening, but wnen the Mor rises invited me to go I told them I would have to be excused right after dinner. I did not telephone you, be cause I knew you would not want to go and -" "So yoii lied to me," I interrupted. "Don't say that to me, Madge. I have told you the truth." "I don't believe you and I don't think I shall ever believe you again. I think all men in the world are bad and you are among the lot." "Oh, all right if you want to be unreasonable." "Lam not unreasonable.. I have not slept all night." "I knew something was the matter you are not well or you would not talk this way." "Dick, please don't, when I am an . gry and hurt, always lay it to a phys ical condition. I tell you my heart is broken because I cannot believe my own husband." (To Be Continued Monday.) o o I PORK CUTLETS Beat Wo eggs light and add one tablespoon of cream and two ,cups of chopped cold pork, one-half cup of cracker crumbs, one tablespoon of minced parsley, a few drops of onion juice, pepper and salt to taste. Mix all together. Roll into loaf or put in to well-greased baking powder cans and allow to stand three or four hours. When ready to use cut into slices half an inch thick. Dip in egg and roll in fine bread crumbs and fry in deep fat. ! o o CARROT CHEESE BALLS Cottage, neufchatel, or any soft cheese, made into small balls rolled in raw carrots that have been chop ped fine. Try this-with a salad. APRON OVERSKIRT ON SMART TUBROCK - Kk One of the prettiest of tub frocks is made of plain green linen with striped' goods as a trimming. The skirt is narrow with a kind of apron over skirt banded with a fitted piece of the striped material. This goods is also used for the belt, -