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ly as I know you once loved me. I
notice you don't say anything about
"Hush, Will, you must not say that
and besides I am not sure that the
power to love devotedly is altogether
a blessing. "---
"If you do not love greatly, you
cannot be greatly hurt." "
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
NEW YORK WOMEN WANT TO
HELP MAKE LAWS
- ?T r feyL t If
Brooklyn, N. Y. The women of
New York state cannot vote yet, but
they believe they should be repre
sented in the state constitutional con
vention to be held next year, and,
with Miss Grace Strachan at their
head, they are making plans to send
several delegates to the convention.
Suffrage labor laws, sanitation and
many other matters concerning the
welfare of women will be covered in
the proposed constitutional amend
ments. Theodore' Roosevelt has declared
himself in favor of women delegates
at the constitutional convention.
Put 2 cups of flour into bowl with 1
teaspoon of salt, 4 teaspoons of bak
ing powder and 2 heaping teaspoons
of lard. Chop or mix with knife until
all is blended (do not mix with the
hands). Make well in center of flour.
Add 1 scant cup of water or milk; mix
altogether. It will be a soft dough.
Take y of the dough out on slightly
floured board. Press into shape. Cut
and put in greased pan. Use rest of
the dough the same way. Do not han
dle, do not knead, do not roll. Biscuits
need to be baked in very quick oven
Select onions even in size. Cover
with salted water and simmer 30 min
utes without removing outside skin
When ready to bake carefully re
move the thin skin, place onions close
together in baking dish. Add 2 table
spoons of butter for 16 onions and
bake until tender. Baste often with
belted butter. Onfons"musftbe thor
oughly done, but should not lose their
shape. Serve with fried rice ball.
If screws, gas-fittings, the sides of
bedsteads, or anything else of the
kind become tightly fixed and cannot
be moved, the following method will
generally be found to loosen them.
Pour a little oil on the tight parts,
and then hold a. lighted candle under
neath until it is warm. You will then
find that it is easy to separate or
unscrew the fixed parts.