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Baid, "because I love you. Now I will
tell you something, dear. I am not quite so blind as people think in fact the doctor says that in a few months more I may see as well as ever. Sometime"s -aman may pre tend to be blind. Dorothy, in order to know her real friends from his false ones." "How pretty Dorothy Lee has grown since her engagement to Tom Lanark," said the gossips later. And all agreed that she made the sweetest bride that ever came out of Erpingham all but Margaret Bar nett, who was no longer "running" with the banker's son. MINCE MEAT By Caroline Coe Boil 3 pounds of lean, fresh beef until very tender; allow to cool in the stock. When perfectly cold put through the meat grinder. Chop pound of beef suet and mix with the beef; peel and chop peck of sour apples; chop 1 pound of seeded rais ins and shred pound of citron; add 1 pint of mofasses and 1 pint of syrup left from pickled peaches or pears; add iy2 pounds of brown su gar; 1 tablespoonful each of cloves and ginger, 2 tablespoonfuls of cin namon, 1 heaping tablespoonful of salt, 1 grated nutmeg. Mix all together and put over slow fire to cook. Add 1 pound of raisins that have not been chopped and 1 pound of currants; cook until the ap ples are soft and the whole is thor oughly cooked. It will scorch eas ily and must be stirred very often. Put up in glass jars while hot and seal the same as fruit. o o A nation with adequate armament is pretty certain to be drawn into war; a nation with inadequate arma ment' is pretty certain to be drawn into war. So, if you're bound to, get into a fight, whether you're military or unmilitary, you'd better be in a postion to lick the other fellow. Don't fee .a. Belgium, , A BEAUTY AND HEIRESS IS PACKER'S GRANDDAUGHTER FLoicM.ce CudaHj? No foreign prince ever elected Miss Florence Cudahy to. the "most beau tiful girl in America" class, -but in Chicago and in New York and other cities her beauty is acknowledged, and she is often called the "most beautiful irl in the west." Miss Cudahy is the granddaughter of the founder of the Cudahy plants and is an Jieifessag.-welllas-a .beauty j 44i-fi,i' v r43i. . . - .i.