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tains if he had asked me, even if he
had not proposed marriage."
"I think in the lives of most women
That all would go smooth and even
If only the dead would know when
To come back and be forgiven."
Just now Mary is not remembering
anything but those first happy days
(A and her constant calling of Jack's
name is inexpressibly pathetic.
"I've .hurt my shoulder, Jack, f
think I hurt it against the rock over
there. Come over ana kiss it and
make it well," she calls again and
again. Twice she has torn the ban
dages of the powder-stained wound
"for Jack to see where she hurt it."
What will she think when her real
consciousness returns? Poor girl, I
hate to think of her agony when she
, It's a pretty lough proposition, lit
tle book, and yet yet I still can say:
"Whatever is is best."
(To Be Continued Monday.)
CLAIM THAT "BALD HEAD MARYJ
TAUGHT THEM CRIME GAME
The latest accused of being a pro
fessor of crQokology is Mrs. Mary
Hammersmith, "Bold Head Mary,"
arrested at the home of her hus
band's parents, 3352 S. Wood.
Half a dozen girls say they were
schooled by Mrs. Hammersmith.
"She told me she could tell by
watching a woman leaving an apart
ment whether there was anyone left
in the 'house," said Ca'pL -Caughhn.
"If the woman looked up and down
the street she concluded the house
was deserted. If she walked away
unconcerned she figured someone
was left in it"
Cora Siedlick, 18, 2709 Hillock av.,
confessed burglar, says Mrs. Ham
mersmith taught her and her sister.
Telephone poles of glass molded
iver a heavy wire net are being made
Europe. They are rarely broken,
11 neither rot nor rust and are im
pregnable to insects. J
'IN THE WAR,"
I J I
Anthony Giffard, son of Viscount
Giffard, and grandson of the Earl of
Halsbury, and who is worrying be
cause his daddy is "in the war."
WHOLE PEACHES CANNED
Select those of even size; peel and
drop them into a can filled with wa
ter. When the can is full of peaches
(much of the water will have been
forced out) add 1 cup of sugar and X
teaspoon of lemon juice, put on top
and set can in steamer over kettle of
water. Heat slowly and boil an hour.
Allow to cool in steamer. Next day
boil again for an hour. If all sugar
is not dissolved in can turn the can
"upside down" while steaming the
secondday. The third day steam
again an hour; tighten tops and cool
A bit of cinamon in stick, a few
cloves and a dash of nutmeg may be
added to different cans and thua
give a different taste to the fruit