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ly for her self-respect, neither Mr.
Brown nor Mr. Cyrus came through
After a "while a very different Mol
lie went home. She cried all the way
up in the elevated. In her room lay
a package from The-4.ressmaker. Mol
lie opened it and flung the contents
across the room.
She would resign at once. She
would humble Brown into the dust.
She would stay! What was it he
had said? "A plain, homely one, who
isn't likely to have any admirers, and
won't get married and leave me in
Mollie crept to the mirror. The
face that looked into her own was not
that of a beauty. But it was that of
a very simple, honest little woman
who had come to understand herself
Revenge! "Who won't get married
and leave me in the lurch!" Mollie
went to her desk and began writing
a letter. The opening words were:
"My dearest, darling George. For
Cream y2 cup of butter with 1 cup
of sugar, add 1 egg and beat 3 min
utes; sift 1 cups of flour with iys
teaspoons of baking powder; grate 2
squares of chocolate and add it to the
egg and sugar, add 1 cup of milk and
fold in the flour. Beat rapidly and
turn into buttered can; fill full and
steam 2 hours.
Mix 1 cup of sugar with 2 table
spoons of cornstarch; put in double
boiler with 2 cups of cold water;
grate square and a half of chocolate
and add to sugar and water; set all
over slow fire and cook until smooth
and creamy; flavor with vanilla.
"The baby loves to piay with my
"But you don't trust him with it
when you are out, do you?"
It is for this reason that two wom
en now glare at each other when
they meet in public.
YEP, THEY'RE WEARING THEM;
THEY'RE CUTE, TOO
You'll not see them on every street'
corner, but nevertheless the girls are
wearing pantalettes this summer.
The pantalettes, which are two
deep flounces of lace attached to the
hose, were doubtless the creation of
Mrs. Grundy to cover the nine inches
of ankle bared by Dame Fashion's
Widow But I have nine children.
He Wretched deceiver!
Widow They are all working.
He Dearest one! Michigan Gargoyle.