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and shook hands with Lionel. He
did more,, he invited him to his
home. They were reconciled and
"What have you got there, Ned?"
inquired Isabel, as, three months
later, her brother lugged a great box
into his den.
"Fifty-two boxes of Chinese fire
crackers that Yang Tiang gave
me," replied Ned, "to fire off on your
"Hasty pudding," or corn meal
mush may be made with either milk
or water and quickly cooked, though
long slow cooking is conceded to
yield a better dish.
Good cooks insist the water must
be vigorously boiling and the meal
slowly stirred in, a little at a time, so
the mush may be smooth and of the
Hominy and samp, much coarser
than meal, require longer cooking.
The very coarse hominy is not an
economical dish where cooking is
done on a gas stove and fire must
be kept especially for it, but in house
holds where the range is hot all day
a dish of it in a double 'boiler at the
back of the stove will almost cook
itself. To be properly coo'ked each
grain of hominy, though soft, should
retain its distinct form.
A LEGITIMATE QUESTION
Robbie, walking across the fields
with father, saw a cow for the first
"What is that, father?" he asked.
"That is a cow," was the response.
"And what are those things on her
"Horns," replied his father. '
The two walked on. Presently the
cow mooed. Robbie was surprised.
"Which horn did she blow,
father?" he asked.
mer school for physical education
and beats half the male students,'
too, according to strength tests just
held. She Is physical instructor in
GIRL STRONGER THAN MEN
Miss Furrv of Seattle. Wash., is the
strongest girl in the Harvard sum-1 sports.
Queen Anne high school at Seattle.'
Basketball, baseball, rowing and
mountain climbing are her 'favorite