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"The war clubit is safe?" he in
quired in a quiver of suspense and ex
pectancy. "Your mother has it," explained
And then, when Ramon returned
with the ancient relic -to Burridge, it
was to disclose a hidden cavity in the
knob end of the club, within which,
snug and secure, reposed the Rajah.
They sold the splendid gem for a
small fortune. The share forced upon
Burridge took him back post haste to
a certain loving little lady in a distant
land, waiting to become his bride.
DECLARED A DRAW
A Scottish couple were on then
way to be married, but on nearing the
church the bride got rather anxious,
and finally burst out:
"Sandy, A hev a secret tae tell you
before we get marrit."
"Weel, an' whit is't, Mary?" quer
"A canna cook very weel," replied
"Och," said Sandy, "never mind
that; it's precious little ye'll get tae
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
Commander Eva Booth of the Sal
vation Army has come to America to
direct the campaign to raise $1,000,
000 for the erection of a memorial to
Gen. Ballington Booth.
Mrs. J. J. Brown, wife of the Colo
rado millionaire, who says she has
mothered 14 children, devoted many
years to philanthopy, spent sixt
months of every year in foreign
travel," is going to run for the United
A patchwork quilt which has taken
40 years to make is one of the ex
hibits of the London Adult School Un
ion at the Memorial Buildings, Lon
don. The quilt was made by Mrs. W.
Newman of Greenwich, and is com
posed of 4,200 separate pieces of vari
colored cloth. Each piece is octagonal
in shape and less than an inch in
diameter, and 2,000 yards of cotton
were used in sewing them together.
"What do you consider the most
important qualification for a begin-
ner in literature?"
"A small appetite."
DISHES AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
"Upon what food does Caesar feed
that he does grow so great?"
Even the wife of Gov. Joseph M.
Carey of Wyoming can hardly tell.
BY MRS. JOSEPH M. CAREY,
Executive Mansion, Cheyenne, Wyo.
I scarcely think I can tell you the
favorite dish of my husband, Gov.
Joseph M. Carey of Wyoming. He is
a man of good health
and does not think
much of what he
eats He is very fond
of fruit of all kinds. I
think apples are his
He often eats ap
ple pie made and sea'
soned after it "
baked. Into a crust-lined pie-plate
slice moderately sour apples until
they form a mound. Put on cover of
crust, but do not pinch down at the
After the pie is done slip off the
upper crust, mash apples with spoon
and sugar to taste. Grate nutmeg
over and place cover back on. Eat
wart! with cheese.
Put 1 quart of milk in double boiler.
When hot add 3 teaspoons of cocoa,
boil 10 minutes. Stir in 4 tablespoons
of sugar, pinch of salt, set aside to
cool. Beat 4 eggs very light, and stir
into the mikl and cocoa. Flavor to
taste. Turn into buttered pudding
pan or small cups. Bake 12 minutes.
is I Serve with whipped cream top.