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of the affair. She had had her own
romance once upon a time; she had
seen Tom with his arm around Lucy's
waist, and the few kindly words of
the rector, when she told him of the
affront, had driven-away her ill-humor
like mists before ; breeze.
"My dear," she said, extending
her hand to the girl, "I am sorry for
what I said to you. I didn't know.
And now I want you to accept that
gown as a little wedding present
from me, won't you?"
Lucy looked up and tried to an
swer. But her eyes were so blinded
with tears that she did not see Mrs.
Cramer until that lady stooped and
The railroads are to abolish obser
vation cars. We suppose the obser
vation car hog who monopolized the
whole space will next transfer him
self to the smoking compartment and
drive every one else to the baggage
HE WAS INFORMED
"Why are you so sure your mother
will not be able to receive me?"
"Because she always gets a head
ache when she sees you coming."
HE'S CLOSE TO THE KAISER IN
COUNCILS OF WAR
I.Ge. vqk CheJztzs-
Here's the man Gen. von Chelius
who is always present at the Ger
man councils of war. As a member
of the kaiser's personal staff he has
much to do with the direction of the
German forces in the war.
TWO TAFFY RECIPES, SIMPLE,
Kansas Taffy Boil two cups of
light brown sugar, 1 cup of honey,
one-half cup of butter and one-half
cup of water together. Do not stir
with a spoon, but shake the sauce
When it will keep its form when a
drop is dropped in cold water it is
ready to cool.
Place one well-greased platter, al
low to cool enough to handle, then
pull until white. Cut in small pieces
Molasses Taffy One pint of mo
lasses, 1 pound of sugar, one-quarter
pound of butter. Boil together until
it hardens when a little is dropped
into cold water. Turn out on well