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"POOR LlTTtEt&ICFt'pIRL" MAY
men in the world? ' Every woman,"
married or single, is interested in
men she would not be a woman if
she were not. I was much interested
in Dick before he married you. In
deed we almost had a flirtation. In
fact, I think Harry was a little, jeal
ous. "For a whole week Dick sent me
flowers every day. Then, my dear,
he saw you and the affair was off
but Dick is a dear man and I think
he can repeat poetry better than any
other mdn I ever met."
I am learning things about my hus
band. (To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
Cut clove of garlic, rub the bowl
on all sides with each piece. Put one
teaspoon of salt, y2 teaspoon of black
pepper, a dash of -paprika and a table
spoon of tomato catsup, blend all to
gether. Add 7 tablespoons of oil a lit
tle at a time. When all oil is used
add 2 tablespoons of strong vinegar.
Have all ingredients ice cold, i
French dressing may be made in a
glass vinegar cruet, and kept on the
table. Use 7 tablespoons of oil and. 3
tablespoons of vinegar, y2 tablespoon
of salt, a dash of paprika. Put all in
bottle, shake until it is well blended,
put 1 red peppercorn and 1 small
piece of garlic into cruet, add other
ingredients, put in stopper and shake
until all is blended.
USELESS .FOR BUILDING
Boards of arbitration. '
Beams of the eye.
Frames of mind.
Sashes of silk.
Steps to reform.
Doors of opportunity.
Windows of the sonL
Bolts of thunder.
Locks- of hair.
Anatomical pains. Judge.
jjg.onvo - .-pop
New Yorkv '- "Ramona Borden,
known as the "ppor little rich girl,"
because she said' she had so much
money she -couldn't be happy, has
found something to keep her busy.
She is trying "to reconcile her es
tranged father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. Gail 'Borden.
Mrs. Barden isr 'seeking divorce
from her millionaire Jhusban'd and
she demands the feust'ody of their
daughter, Bamdnar '"
There aro-t;253i875re"grstered 'au
tomobiles in the United States.