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"Big Tom" grinned in his amiable
"way as he came up to him. "You can
put your hands, down, 'Kid,' " he said,
and the "Kid" lowered them.
"Who in thunder gave you that
glass?" began the. "Kid" bitterly, as
they approached the "empty house.
"That? Oh, I just borrowed it from
Miss Naida," the sheriff answered.
"You see, I found that I'd come out
without tanv cartridges."
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
"BELOVED" VILLAIN IS PROUD OF
HIS DIABOLIC DEEDS
Jack Richardson of the Flying A
and probably the most beloved villain
on the screen, long wished to play the
part of a one-armed man.
In "Their Worldjy Goods" he had
the opportunity and took his part
very well. During a pause in the picture-taking
he sauntered arpund to
the alley to rest for a minute beside
a barrel. He was discovered by an
officer and ordered to "move on."
Jack was enjoying it immensely when
one of the men in the company came
along looking for him and spoiled the
That same day an old lady, assur
ing him that she sympathized with
him in his affliction, offered him two
It is the happiest moment of his
life when he can go into a theater
and watch the public make faces at
him and mutter under their breath at
some of his diabolic doings as pic
tured on the screen.
A FISH DINNER
By Caroline Coe.
Even in a family where the men
work at manual labor meat on "the
table once a day is all that is neces
sary to good health.
Eat more fish. A boiled fish with
parsley sauce, mashed 'potatoes, rye
bread, raw tomatoes and a gelatine
pudding served with sugar and top
milk makes a fine dinner.
Fish having tough skin may be put
into boiling water, but trout or mack
erel should be put into warm water.
Great care should be ,taken not to
break the skin of the fish as each
crack makes an opening for the
juices to escape. Allow fish to boil
gently. Save the liquor in which fish
is boiled, an excellent soup may be
made with the addition of a few cheap
One tablespoon of soft butter, one
tablespoon of minced parsley, juice of
one-half a lemon. Mix butter and
parsley together. Add lemon juice
slowly. Set aside to . get perfectly
cold. Spread over fish just before
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