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Steele had given up his apartments to
He came in as the doctor left that
morning. Her eyes were tender, yet
"Bread cast uponthe waters," he
said softly "you have saved my
property and perhaps my life."
"I I must get back to work," mur
mured Winnie confusedly.
"Unless you will stay here as my
wife. Little girl, there is a fate in all
this, don't you think so?"
She did think so, and Winnie
Vaughan ended her hard battle as a
working girl, and Maurice Steele was
lonely no longer.
Hobart Bosworth is featured in
"The Qaqui," recently released on the
Constance Crawley, of Arthur
Maude's company of American Mu
tual Players, is a first cousin of Earl
Kitchener, Great Britain's war chief.
The two "kiddies" of J. K. Burger,
Pathe comptroller, were adopted by
the Blackfeet Indians on Burger's re
cent trip West He said he had to
spend nearly $75 in smokes for the
braves after the ceremony.
A seven-passenger automobile hurl
ed over a 40-foot cliff is one incident
in "Tapper Wires," an episode of
"Hazards of Helen," by Kalem. The
scene requires less than half a min
ute to show and cost the tidy sum of
Mae Murray, the latest acquisition
of the Lasky Co., "got lost" in the
sand dunes the other day during the
filming of "To Have and To Hold."
Director George Melford was well
frightened and the young lady was
nearly hysterical when searchers
PRIMA DONNA ALSO A COOK
HERE'S BEST RECIPE
Miss Florence MacCulloch of De
troit, Mich., is well known as a prima
donna and famous as a cook. Her
pulinarj fame, rests on a rectoe for
spaghetti. It's not copyrighted try
it you have her kind permission. The
One small can tomatoes; two medium-sized
onions; two pieces of garlic,
quarter pound butter. Chop very fine
one-quarter pound of raw meat
beef, veal, chicken or chicken livers.
Add pepper and salt, olive oil if de
sired. Onions and garlic must be
chopped fine. Put them in saucepan,
add butter, melt thoroughly with the
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onions and garlic before adding the
other ingredients. Cook slowly for
To a large saucepan of boiling
water add considerable salt and a
pound and a half of Italian spaghetti.
Cook 20 minutes. Stir frequently.
When spaghetti is done, pour into
large colander to drain. Serve on
platter, pouring the sauce on top.
Serve-with grated cheese- to taste.