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And then loce. What other out-T
come could eventuate with a hand
some and intelligent young man and
a charming, impressionable young
"I've won you a comfortable for
tune," announced Vance to' his un
cle later in the day, and a great joy
came over the old man at the pros
pect of declining years of comfort
"I shall bring my promised wife to
see the new home we are building,"
observed Vance six months later, and
old Peter Bond felt that the joys of
living were, indeed, complete.
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
Take the grapes from stems and
put into porcelain preserving kettle.
Do not add water. Simmer until
soft Drain through jelly bag with
Allow one cup o'f sugar for each
cup of juice. Heat the sugar in oven.
Bring the strained grape juice to
boiling point and boil five minutes,
skimming as required. Add the"
sugar and boil five minutes more, or
until test proves that the juice will
jelly. Turn into glasses and cover
with paraffin when cold.
PAJOMAS FOR HOUSEWORK
Toss your gingham wrapper into
the rag bag, Mrs. Housekeeper, and
toss your kimona in after it!
These garments are no longer
worn when an attack is to be made
on a high-hung cobweb or when a
washing of clothes is to be hung.
It's pajomas you wear now around
the house. The "pajoma" will make.
its bow at the Pugh-America first
fashion show in Chicago.
It's a two-piece garment kimona
and "divided things" like pajamas.
They are made of brocaded silk
also of flowered sateen, inexpensive,
but pretty enough to start all the