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tern and come into the shadow. I'
have something important to tell
She joined him fearlessly. Her
heart was hounding with joy and
love. ' -
"You know how I left home under
a cloud," said Roland. "It looked bad
for me, that missing jewelry. Even
my father believed me to be the thief
and then and even now a warrant is
out in behalf of his client who owned
the property. So I had to hide this
afternoon, when I got here, and, as I
was hungry, I helped myself to your
superb cookery. And I found a mem
orandum book belonging to Delevan.
In it is a scrawl in his disguised
handwriting that item in the paper.
There, too, I found a pawn ticket
covering jewelry I am sure is the
same stolen from my father's office.
Delevan was with me there several
times, but I never suspected until
now that he was a' false friend."
He was, indeed, proven such dur
ing the ensuing few days, and the in
nocence of Roland Dexter came forth
as clear as crystal,
And before the year was out, pret
ty EUice was making cookies and
doughnuts for her husband solely.
VEGETABLE REC?PE BY UNCLE
SAM HASHED TURNIPS
By Biddy Bye
Turnips are generally spoiled by
over-cooking. The flat white turnip
when sliced will cook in 30 minutes.
Winter turnips require from '4i to 60
minutes. Here is Uncle Sam's recipe
for hashed turnips:
Chop boiled turnips. Return to
the stewpan and for a pint and a half
of turnips add a teaspoon of salt, 4
teaspoon pepper, a tablespoon butter
and 4 tablespoons water. Cook over
a very hot fire until the turnips have
absorbed all the seasonings. Serve
Or the salt, pepper, butter and a
tablespoonful of flour may be added
to the hashed turnips; then the stew
pan may be placed over the hot' fire
and shaken frequently to toss up the
turnips. When the turnips have been
cooking nve minutes aaa nan a pint
of meat stock; or milk and cook 10
QUEEN MAUDEOF NORWAY IN
This is the latest photograph of
Queen Maude of Norway; "n0 s us"
ing her best efforts to keep her counr
try out of the war. She is a sister
of King George of England and mar
ried King Haakon VIL of Norway in
ON THE SAFE SIDE
Belle And did you slap the im
pudent fellow's face and not let him
Lena No, goosie. I let him kiss
me first Judge.
We know of a poet who writes
about the. kiss without making it
rhyme with "bliss." Bufhe writes