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"went there. I wanted to draw the lo
cal types and the store girls who
went on their vacations, and I have
no mother and I had to get that card
printed for the box won't you for
give me, Mr. Lawlor?"
"On one contlitipn," answered
Lawlor, breathing hard.
"That I sign that agreement?"
"No. That you let me keep my
memories only substitute your
name for Miss Moore's." he an
swered. But long before he went he had
begun to thing in earnest of a second
RAISINS HAVE FOOD VALUE;
r By Caroline Coe
The housekeeper who studies food
Values has great respect for the
For she knows that a pound of
raisins has a food value as great as
three pounds of milk or five pounds
of bananas and they are more easily
digested than either milk or bananas.
She also knows that they have me
dicinal qualities and they are excel
lent blood purifiers.
One of the several good ways to
use raisins is in raisin gingerbread.
This is the recipe:
Cream 1 scant half cup of butter
or lard with one-half cup of brown
sugar, add a pinch of salt and 1 cup
of black molasses, salt spoon of cin
namon and even teaspoon of ginger.
To 1 cup of boiling water add 2
even teaspoons of soda. Sift 2y2
cups of flour and add half of it to
the molasses and butter mixture
Then add half the water, beating
thoroughly to avoid lumps. Add the
rest of the flour and 1 cup of seeded
When all this is thoroughly mixed
add remaining half cup of water. Beat
two eggs very light, fold into the
dough, turn into well-greased drip
ping pan and bake in a very slow
pven tor su minutes,
NO GREAT FUN TO BE CROWN
PRINCE OF EGYPT
This chubby little lad looks as if
he'd like to play a game of baseball
in the back lot but he never does.
He's the crown prince of Egypt and
he's so carefully guarded by teach
ers and soldiers that he never gets
a chance to play games with other
If the little crown prince hears
nothing of games and sports he hears
a great deal of war these days, for
his father, the khedive of Egypt, has
joined the Turks against the allies
in the "great war,"