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TttE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1927 Page Seven , "Let me tell something," said the THE PROOF PANCAKES IFIRST U. S. CATHOLIC 1;v)ther (if a little chap. "I couldn't One cup of m~lk, two cups fiour, l CHURCH'~ITE TO BE HOURS AT HOME find the two chickens I had ordered Two Irishnlen were walking along one teaspoou salt, one tablespoon! MARKED BY SHR,NE I f,r to1~iff'at's dinner, l know the lthe street when one of them re-~su.~'ar two tablespoons melted butter,~ * I ~'~'~'f~*~*~~-O~4~~ men,man had delivered them, but find i marked, "How brig]~t Orion is to-'lone egg-r, beaten~ Mix dry ingredients{ Baltimore, Md, April 15.--A shrine * * * *.. . , , I iand add beaten egp:and milkand beatJis to be built at St. Mar.9's City, ...... ~I The success of this initial complete them I could not, Going upstairs tolnight." YOUR CHILD's - *lpt~ysical examination depends on the;my bedroom for something, I glimps- The other IrLshman looked up and thoroughly. Add a teaspoon of bak-]Md., on the site of the first Catholic HEALTH *i~:ceuracy and faithfulness with whichied them in the middle of my bed." said, "So that is O'Ryan, oh? Thank ing powder the last thing before bak- church built in the 13 original col- * * , o ~ ..... * i tl:e parents carry out the physician'si I mxssed a brooch w;th a small ~oodness there as one Irishman in rag. Bake on an aluminum grMdle omcs. Plans for the structure have .... * irecomme~ldations as to daily schedules idiamond in it after I had been to a heaven, anyhi)w." without grease, been drawn by C. Grant La Farge, a and Treatment diet, correction of defects and the~concert,'' said the music lover, "and I r INew York architect and brother of luther suggestions he may make. Prob-!advertised it for some time, but heard COVERS IT ALL SYRUP Ithe Rev John La Fargo pioneer in ry E. Spencer, [ably the visit t,) the doctor will re- nothing of it When Winter w-is over __ __ ----- jtho organization of the Piigrims of Specialist. assure ~ou tha S nn is i con and the hu 'e ~ile of ~now bad melted ~ - if ym haven't maple syrup maketSt Mar-'s wh E" . . N. C. W. -. :~ t . o y . n good -, g I .... The Snagtown Torchhght has corn- I ' y ~ o are sponsoring the r uucatlon. (Written ]dition and does not need corrective on my front lawn the pin showed up ed a new heading which was former- a very g'ood syrup, of on,~ cup brown[movement to erect the shrine ; c. News Service) !work. In any case, if he has receiv- in a patch of young grass. It was as ly captioned: "Birth, Marriages and sugar and two.-th~rds cup granulatedI The shrine will be of brick, with a~ ed beforehand a medical examination absolutely uninjured as if it had been Deaths." The caption now reads: sugar. Add three-lourths cup water[marble pillars. The architecture, i~are planning a lon~you may-send him to school ~vith thelt~cked away in my jewelry case all "Hatched, Matched and Dispatched " and cook until it begins to thread, lwhich will preserve the atmos here :k .Y. Do you start outlassurance that he is in good runmng]Wlnter. Springfield Union. -- lof the first chapel, 'will be purely co- ~,^ ~nat all will go well~!order, ready for the trip, fit to corn- -- AND THEN HE LEFT TOWN SAUCE SUPREME ]lonial. A feature of the memorial ~ an average alan orlpete with his fellows. He will be up[38 PER CENT OF AVERAGE "- ~ [structure will be the use in its con- :ar,~n ifsense" prompts .you Ito. par physically, with .reserve vital-l. INCOME GOES FOR FOOD ...... A ..... n~r.,j .d~ itor, harassed by One cup milk, one tablespoon ...... corn-[structioa of many of the bricks of ~ it has had much lty fur stress and strata. If he is] ~..,~t..~oA 1;h~ .i~ t~l..n a oare starch, one-half cup salmon hquld,[the omgmal edifice ~ , er -y~ garage where, nap "itlflt' he will have fewer colds. He will] Thirty-eight per. cent of the aver-[~d*"~"el'hStUd"z of the libM~ law. He was one tablespoon, butter, one-half tea-tI[Id~cmg an mdecen show" ao.~Y an expert where be less likely to catch the so-called age man's total raceme goes to the~. ~,.~...~e~ _n~ -otonished as well as spoon salt, pinch of pepper. Scald The German St-~--*~' ~*:---'~- s .... nts will be reader"children's dlseases,"-the bug-bear of~purchase of food, according to nu- ~--~alled b.. the fact that in nehrl- the milk combine the cornstarch andlcrusade founded in 1a~e- ~-^~ -'-- .. . tltated for thoselthe first school year His attendanceltrltlon specmhsts Percentage of the ........ .;.t.~ ;.~ l~ ..... r he had salmon hqmd. Add gradually ttfirst conference in w ..... i. ..... t. You ' r ' " " milk st,rrm all the t~me then eo~ . 5rill make ecord too will be good, and his school average income taken by food has .... ~^~ -'-- .-.~- ........ ~ * ..... .~ *~ , g , 160 000 .,ersons ,--rv-~---*~ : .... -~ is "~"~'to'" d and a stron h ht thrown into its ware, howe ,y " ru~.eu -, w,,~.~ ..s,~ ~e,~.=u ~ ........ " "l:) ' v v,~ ~,,-,va~CUThe:. an~n~ tl~, "=" oued and in[accomplishmentwill approximate[increased 18 per cent in twenty +,~,~ R,r h,*, o~,~,~,t~fi,,~ he di~ aoo outter, sale anu pepper. A/ "ght nroeo.~ian z~u nave n r ne fifth of th tamespoon ot catsup may De auoeu e - enoughl core nearly his mental ability. "~ hen years In 1907, o - ' e work- covered that the government weather ~ " I ,o~ two before at-lit comes time for the exodus fromling man's income was deemed suffi- , .... t ....... hunt th~ ~nl, ;n'~rm'~tian just before serving. [~..c~,~,~,- "rr, e ....... Y ur tr~p the first grade to the second we can[c~ent for food. At that time the bill he could safel- -ublish -- ] ............. rl is " I ' Y P " PORK SAUSAGE r~u~-~ t;~o:~:~ COLLEGE going to start lrest assured that Sonny will be count-l for the entire natron at retail food Then he wearily and rcsi~,nedlv [ % in Feb .... " P " ' ta" ruary or]ed among those going to the promlsedlstores was only $4,000,000,000. Th~s took u~ his -oose ,mill and described [ Announ ................. are o " . v g -i r , . ccmen~ .as oeen maoe xna~ ,. Y u going to ]and. o Isum was doubled in 1921 and has .. ~'--ocial function-iven the ni-ht Be su e to cook your sausage[ .............. too Will ~- I t .... ., ~.fle Dig t~ g g fh.vc~u~h|xr ~t f~ donfh of ~..~.0 / ms~ concer~ recr~al to oe gaven Dy ,~ nave a long -- ~mounteo s~eamly since " " ~- -n- o~ the -r--d'ladies of ...... ~'-'"' ............ ' ......... "" ........ ,x'~ COU2rse, we ex ect ~A MI ! The avera e American' eats more Delore oy o e g an . ou~"" enough'- to " insure: .... tnelr~-"- 9cnlg~--:'-L uone'~-- |donn tvle~ormacK, Internationally fa- e to s" P [ SSIONARY TO HIS MOTHER[ g lthe town, qualifying each sentence .. . ~ ....... !mous artist, in New York, this season t, op n " " " ~nrougn ann nicely orownea on ~ne ' especiall,, ow andlm" [than hisweightm m_eat each year,[so as to put hunself safe on the ques- outsi~e tI-ve th, l~m,~ ..... h,,lat Carnegie hall, Easter Sunday eve., ent~ - -~ '~ ne They say I do not love you, mother as is ShOWnoy~ne iac~ ~na~ ~ne per/~ion of libel He said" ....................... IA~ril 1~z -~ ~ ~-~ ,, ~, ~,,;u I,, .~ ~.~.~ ~.. s he ready! mine [camta consumption of meat last year[ ,,. ...... :...~ ...... . ~ not too hot when 5ou put the sau-I ............. make a ' " K 25. WVlllalt givttib~ ~llc xtaliic ux O .... eIl, l~ concer: Ior l-lOly ~ross uouege, 'f the: good start? ! They say that I have left you tolwas 16o pounds or .4 of a pound[G. Jones, who isreported to be one of sage In. Let ~t cook slowly until!worcester' Mass, one of the oldest ; and d2~ur~,ey is al-! repine;, [per day, w~th a value of about 1,500 [the society leaders of this section, is mcely orowneu. Je~suit institutions of learnin, in the ,top.o;::~Courag- That I, who should have propped[calories a pound. Consumptmn Of[said to have given what purported to [country. b .~Cco_~.~- ~nen may] your latter years, ]candy, which is a food that averageslbe a reception yesterday afternoon. DATE PUDDING [ r ....... ~;.., o ~. ~r.Corm.ck,s Ut.ea~-U~gt figures[Have given you a dowery of tears. [double the energy value of meat,] "It is understood that a consider- ]nrti'~:;::'~':h'~ =~1","~. o+..'~..... l chil,t~'~ ~uu.catlon,]They know not, prattlers of an idlelpound for pound, amounted to one/able number of so-called guests, re- One cup sugar, two eggs (beaten}:~'~'=~"::v~'S,:::,=~"o+:. ~'==; 1'--:-=u enter thet word Ibite per day .per person. Milk and| .... ~ +- ~ ~-~ ....,-~ - .... ;~,.. light,) one tablespoon flour, one tea-I .................................. ~ ~ .... .. . . , . . .,,,,.u~u .,,. ~ne uegree ot il ion,;f~a~U~be'half The glory of the call that I havelmllk products accounteo ?oy twentY[circles' were present, and some of spoon baking powoer, one cup wal-iDoc,,r ., .... '- ~o re ' do 1 .......... ~ ..... e a-- - achl heard; Icents out of every food 1 at. /them are -uoted as sa~,in~ the- en- nut meats, one cup dates cut flne. I __ .S ........ . ccordin t "~ z ~ ~ . . The rloly Gross uonege uluo oi ~, g o the!They know not of your oraver on] Clothing in the average familyh .... rl th~ - Bake slowly in a sheet twenty ram- . . . uall - - - ~z ......occasion. b* .... y of theseI bended knee ]budget costs less than half the sum| "It is char~,ed that the firm of utes. Serve with whipped cream orINew... York... has.,, token, active .c*narge' . -~uiy due to in ~ ..... , - .' , /-~:~ .^- .~.a O-st of fuel and lff, hts/ ~ ..,_ ....... Io~ ~ne ms~rlourion oI parque~ sear~ tandiea~- _ u-i~na~ rleaven s Iavors mlgn~ ram/v~m ~o~ ~vo .... : _ _ . s |Bower & Blank furnished the refres'h- puoulng ~auce. l an'~ these ma'" ~^ ~'-:--~ -" "~- 0 "' p~ and thisl down on me" /isone-sevenththato~ ~ood. / .... ~ o._:_~.~._... .~._ _..._..a I u : uv. uu~meu n~ vne Work costs the[ .... -." , . .. I" ~ /men~, anu o .... ~ ....... e ~,~s~u .............. ]~club headquarters, Hotel Shelton. t~Z. Ixney Know no~ oI your neart.----lts/ /music ~WIS :STI~AIK FIE ~".~ taxes yearly,] fire-tried ~'old | VEGETABLE SOUR ] "~- ~^o~ ;~ ~;~ +^ h ...... r,~ ] -,e~'-'m" gn mant[That. , gave to God, not once, but/ . a necklace of alleged pearls which she (From leftovers.) Boil potatoes, ild...~Ju,ryand ln-I manifold | In making soup use a foreleg|declares was given her by her hus-cu~; up in tiny cubes, with small piece[ ....... ^.. ,*no la . - . . rares, ~pru ~6.---Monm or Jose h t bed,i..--" as made,[Oh, I could tell themof my child- ~bone, have it sawed in several places[band.,, of cutup onion, being careful that the/ ....... g~. v all ~0~u.~.~ng in thel hood days ]in order to expose" the marrow which [ An hour after the paper appeared potatoes do not get mushy Mix[W.ac~'.sqven~y'ne' ~or Io~y ye .ars a - we parents"-,- - - ' " "'" " ---'-'--- -nd flavors the sou-" You t .... ...... ". ,., /prles~ in Texas ano a~ one l;lln~, vlear- the ehu~ ~_ I~vnen your nan0 lea meever inrllsienr~cne~ u v- [the editor qui~ iiguring on now ~o wa~n sal~ ann pepper ann" lei~-over/,~_ , . ..-- ...... ,,u o~t with iece of boil ....... . . . ~enerm oi ~ne ~an .~n~omo ~locese, eess-a .... I ways, ~may prefer to use a p mglget away from libel suits. He began Swiss steak which is cut into small| .............. ,u Iree aim " one will make lent " ' meo yes~eraay a~ nls mrmptace near ~? ]When sacrifice of life was held[meat, but either P Y figuring on how to get away from pieces Put into casserole and[ ........... ~ . " " " ve meat enou h f r' , ,~ /fflez, ~o wmcn ne retiree several tl above of soup ann na g o "oat N ] [ [town. I cover with ~, rich biscuit dough 1 'our bo.e.~es'ary" IThe earthly promptings of amoth-|the dinner. Potatoes, onlons,] The 11:30 p. m. freight bound west! made from one eup flour, two tea-[yearn ago. :f ..... , [o school, er's. love, made to]:Pacgh:t~'g:mr:tth:' ::yet:~7:sy l::deS}slved the problem, spoons baking powder, one-half According tea compilation made t~l~U~YPhymelan, lAnd the-ideal that you | ] ---The Mueller Record. teaspoon salt, two big tablespoons[, _ ,-vuern phy-! sh:-^ / I I ........ Ivy Simon Newton, the ten most popu- hess as lit " I *~e " I I |laru ano. aDOU one-iour~n eup I, ....... UCll as . far Papa;[stoat names m America are: Ctorin-o to|Drew me to Jesus, darling mother] RAISIN NOUGAT CAKE ~ _ Imllk. Roll out on floured board[l.~ ............ .. # ur pres-I mine / I CLIPPED AT RANDOM I ........ IJonn, wuuam, James, (;naxles, thor^-- - ; i t tana cut in cen~er, tgover ~ne mea~/ ........ uugh exam tieorge, Tnomas, X rlenry,ltooerr~ a I Oh, I could tellthem of your lhn water two "nventor-- ~-- ] Five tablespoons bo''g , ] . . ~ ...... [mixture with this dough, pressing[~ .... \ m.." ...... ai. y oi his l radiant face / ....... . ,~ t lrisnmen are oisgruntieo w~tn! ............. ioosepn, ann rgawara. TinS snows ma~ a~s. T~. i ,ounces Dither cnocoiaEe, one-nal~ cup| ........... /IT; arouno ~ne sloes ox olsn. tmKe/ .............. don ....ms, of lWhen first I told you of the Call of|r.,,~, --~'and one-half cu~ su~ar, lrlenry _~'oro because ne nas iaueo ~o]in hot own about 25 or 30 minutes |~ne gooa om unris~lan names are swu +^ ~ well in ad-] Grace- , ]= ......... .' . ~_~-_ _"__ lacknowledge the offer of an LL. D.] .... ~ ..: ....... ',']dearer than the modern misfits. ~v SCh.-~ -,- s , /Iour eggs, oeaten separately, wte-i. ~., ...... .~. . ITne juice Wlll come mrougn ~ne Sll~! ,_ .~ tithe to~: that[How close you held me, close[half cup milk, one and three-quar-]zrm ~u.mm .umversl_~Z ,,~n~ proo-]in the dough. ["""ATR" '~" .......... i: ,.... ~e use~ a~-ainst ,,our breast ~. - -" "- ~ ---oons]ale expianauon is ~na~ ~vxr. ~oro m, t an~ ~- r~u.-ut~ .... "qUOted b-- t" ! ~, ~ , I'~ers cup pastry xiour, ~nree ~easp ! t __ h" " # ne ex-~And thanked Our Lord that ,-ouI: ...... er teas-oonIt busy thinking about F. O. B. De-] | MEASURE ~SIGNED '~.s be nece ...... ] ...... ~ [baKing powoer, one-quar~ P- ,.]t~.n;~ ~ Times New York ] THE GRAND' SCALE | ally ,._ ~"'~'I nag oeen so mest. ]salt oneteasnoon vanilla, one-haiXl .......... ' " I 1 ,(,~'"animous in ]You knew m,, love for -ou had not[' ' "'-~ .... - .... ~ ..... ;~h [ I ---'---- | Albany, April 14 ----Governor Smith is pro-st P . . From Life anna ,~ heel[ grown less, ]boilin~" water Cream to~ether but-[ Water has killed more people than[ ............ [has signed the Wales bill under -". ~ae t , s ~, . Mrs. riowaru--wnen my aaugn~er a a* ' .Y ell us[For when the wonder of my Gods]~ .... 4 ....... ad beaten e~'' volks,|wh~skey. We have not the exact] .............. ]which theaters may have their 11- -SUcha ti ......... ~"**' "~" oo .... IlrSI; marrleu sne llVeU a~; ~ne ra~:e ox tenses revok " ahce -,- me] caress ]~nilk and chocolateMix well; add[statmtlcs at hand, but ff it be our] ..... ]' ed for a year ~f the man- Correc~:dd:faerltS]Lay on my spirit with its mystic[flour sifted with baking powder and[first move we wall commence with[earl:: ;aYeaHow long did they keep]a,gement.f a theatrical preductlon are he-~-~ ly,| touch, ' [salt Snrinlde portion of this ovei-]the Flood Houghton Line~ Phila-]:~ . ..9" .[playing ~nerem is convac~ea oI pro- sc ~,~n P" I felt I never loved you qmte so " ~ ter Add p ia ~-v- hoe1 " " raisins and combine with bat ~ s " " " Work .... ] t; / [Mr. Howard--For their 7-day]douncement was m ...... Will | much ~- ............... ~hl'-Fold in | -- ! .. . 1~ aue rooay zrom zne ..- ~vanlua anu oea~ ~noroug y. . / 'weaning trip greater ~vly mother, far away in alien lands[stiffly beaten egg whites. Divide[ A hick town is a place where the| ' [executive chamber. mi- atten- My thought is yours, and in yur]mixture into three layer cake tins[bootleggers never make enough[ DiSAP~rV .... [ nation pre "~ "~'"~'~ WILL CONSECRATE GROUP "alice , .tender hands _ ]and bake in moderate oven (300-3501money to get out of the crnnmal/ ]' .................. if the " ' .... ur JAt-~t~t~ ~t~Hut-~ o Y I pledge my memts Can you, can de rees F for 15 minutes When class Memphis Scemltar f it ~'. - " l g ~ .) [ "--" " ]From the Louisville ~ourier-Journal] ~ tion of 2~.:Iy ,~, - "youthlny ,. ~ ...... ~coot put together with nougat filling.[ | After all these sanguine stories, it[ "-,~e a,~,;1 ~"~'~'ph,~ p,.,o ,,,~u e ,~..,, ,~iallthe soum ~natt nave leo.r,o ' " " X ....... ' --v .... v.--- ..... v'- '~,*- w York '-"* ] ~ [ It cost the Japanese Government [m now admitted that only one Ameri-]~consecrate a ....... * -o+;,,~ ~n~ ~n;y ' ~,..v v ~wp- r "'"~ is two drink b Iver Th salad is Ealways serving Try to tlme your cooking lysthe rate of $125 75 per barrel Olsen Wer~ ~ I SETTING THE TABL I$2,000,000 to give the late Mikado a]oan is known to have been killed-byI~,~ m~ps ~e ~-~'~a~ed na "e~ ~ ~OUnd: From fountains pure;of countlessl ]"ro--er ~ ..... 1 When a Ja"anese/*~-^ '~: .... -:-'--- ~" I~ ...................... P 1- cent. v _13 &tlllUli~ ~J bll~ ~lllll~ l-lo~el-~ .... , de ~ " ,, | [tlve Chinese Bishops, it was announe- 25 .... - ones who died 1 For luncheon, if the bare table iS[taxpayer cries, Long livethe Era-/ / ............. wr cent;A " . eu oy t~armnai van ~ossum a~ tne adobe-'- nd dying, knew and loved the/used lay the correct number of plate peror," he means what he says.---| THANKSGIVING meetin of ~he Council of the Pro.- 7 ,,ers' 25 Crucified! doilies at equal distances around the/Spokane Sp~okesman-Review ] -- ]' .. g o ; ..... v- v Cent. . ', " agal:lon OI rne rall;n ~nt; tu~._ , For you I offer thankson heathen table and place on each dolly a serv-/ ~ [I open my eyes at the break of day I~ uercul. . d ~" ~e he , sod, lice plate The silver is then arrange With the words on m h s " , aring, 2You made Iof me a missioner of God, -- " as for other meals "-the } Before electric signs were invented[ . _. ,, y p I thank/ It is always safe to speak the truth. ', Per cent - - , . . . [~ne same , actors had to make their reputations| Thee lit is alwa-'s safe ~- ~ ' '-; "" ,~ y ~o oo rl n~ 1~ ma ed ...... ~na e er, belore my eyes your knives, spoons and silver needed for h,, ~+;,~ ~.~.z;~ ~ ....h~;.,o,~ JI ~,aze at nio-ht on the starr- skie~l~ g ' Y -ut the . . ...... s. ........ v ......... - oe aangerous according o earthl ~es t .... teachings shine. ~the first course at the right, forks at /And I breathe a~'ain "I thank Thee "It .......... Y ehn.~- great God bless and keep you, darling ~the left---never laying more than _. ~ . ., ~ ~ \ |smnaaras. t~ may ~eaa to me cross .u anct in -- ~'- ............. ~ce 'ne money paid ~ne inlan~ s nurse ....... ~., . land to the stake. But it goes safely uefe,,,~ mo~ner tn*ne, three---Ix more are neeuea, P~ " '~ .... - .... 0 Lurk m~r ,~'a~elui ne~r~ is *-,,~-," - -- .. ~, are ~ ~_ w ;., ,rh~ ~-ck .- ..... -~ *he is nKe~y ~o De nusn money.---rxansas , ,~ ~ ........ Ilnto me e~ernal years of God, where ~he~, ..- -~, ~.,,., "- --"~ ~'~ , .~nem wnen requlreo, r~owever, ~ ..... ",h the iO~r~ d~vine Thou s~n4'~f ~-,~ ; - - - - Yearsmaylat~,.'~ non~ g- ~om~r-:""s, ,.,.,,,,,'t':"". ~oyster or cocktail" fork is" placed . at ulty ~mr. AndWi-'~my'- humble" " ............ thanks and burningtYoun~,' IalsenOOUp~,,,,1,~ano wrong are punished\ . .-- ) t~ae -- - ~" --- the right of the knives---on, the outer ~ . love I" b ~..v-~. ,\ ~ystemS .... ' ~ Howell--We still monkey with this ....... " . . , | -- '. e. OMETIMES THE THINGS WE eoge. ' ' . . 'I'o ~ne oep~ns el my oeing reno me:~ BEER SUPPLY l HI ve Your be LOSE DO COME BACK There is some disagreement about evolution question. ~ , ] N C CAGe .e before hYe ~ -- the placing of the napkin. It r ea!ly boP:We?,l--~,Yes,.we hav.e t~f::: ~o2;-I thank Thee for all Thou hast given/ "~ .... ~ ....... "" Th .... " vesti-a "" at the left of the forKS y au ~neume---rxar " - - / ~vln A ulsen, re~lrmg unit.ca ~ae tri~, - e plane ra~leo, so an in g - belongs " . " ~o me, " -- " lly n~...'~ o~ tion was in order The top was apen- Placing it at either side of the silver- ant. 0 teat "o of sorrow of sadnes S[$ ~ates District Attorney, says ~hat the ~w sur- " g J Y , s 1 " e ver ma confuse the year y graft of the Chicago beer trade the ch" g "g " For my work, and my home, for my . ~e bu..~ fld depths "No wonder it rattledw yel- places Napkins are therefore often HOUSEHOLD HINTS deart,, beloved $219,000,000. Beer manufacured ,ruen 0~[ .... o , " e , at the cost of 5 er barrel is s 1 tag his ~" led someone, and out of the interior placed in the center of each servac -- And O God for m,~ Faith's Hob,IS $ P o d he :- ~l~t of the instrument he pulled a scarf- blare If you are a guest remember The flavor of vegetables is lost . ' al~a,~::~; " ztto "soft drink parlors" at $50 per let t;,~*'~ mal-~, p.ln which had been lost for a year, that" "your ~aapkm" is" at the left of if they are kept standing"before ........ ![barrel and retailed~ to the consumer at ellt inn-- postage stamps and a eom .your si "e " " " " " So from early dawn till my eves close l . . . " " t~as ~.^pres- "That's nothing," said the head of placed at ~he left aiso so' that vegetables are served ira- at ni~,ht - lesdma~es the consumption around rs, Cod live-- the family. What do you suppose I ~ mediately after they are cooked ' My heart is singing "I thank Thee." j 5'00.0.barrels per day. Not half bad t " find 1 often~ AS SHE IS SPOKE conmoering that it is onl el ht mrs abl.~s, more ~,n my shoes every so -- 0 Jesus, My God, when Thy call[, i. . y g ye new man of xour mother's hair net." ~ If you wish to boil an egg "{hat brings me Home, ]since ~ne country wen~ bone dry. , .. "Well, the upholsterer who brought "Gimme a bowl Rf tomato soup; has been cracked wrap a small piece Let nty greeting then be Lord, "II m- back the recovered sofa had a tale an order of beans, bread and butter, of waxed paper around it It can thank Thee " . .. ~ Mrs. Knagg wandered into the big docto--,- to tell," remarked mother. "He said apple pie and a glass of water," or- then be boiled in the usual way ----E M ~. ~drapery establishment when the busi- re-- ~ae found a pack of cards, three cigar- dered the customer in the beanery, without the egg coming through the bess of the ~lay was at its height. qulre ..... ,, , . , . ette butts, about a dozen hmrpms, a and the walter shouted rote the kltch- shell. ARCHBISHOP BYRNE I don t think III buy anything to- nipl Le to a nursing bottle, a nail file en. ~ ~ - TO ACOUIRE GAELIC[day''' she said, after she had monopo- and 50 cents in the stuffing of that "One splash of red'noise, platter of Do not use s~da to clean alumi- -- --"ilized the attention of a busy assis~nt l for more than half an hour."I'm article of furniture. He returned Saturday nights, well done dough num. A little pumice powder is (D~BYHNn: C--W'IC'Apri N:~.,s -Arc}lbislaServie~-~o- den,~..;everything to me but the cigarette with cow to cover; Eve nuder cover, more effective. to have troubled you,~ but the of a ,.~*~tbutts." "-- P.fact is I was just looking for a Byrne announces ,that he has begun friend." Slee;~er:s: "Huh! Where do you suppose Ilet Adam chaser." Never, leave sugar, raisins, cur- ~phSibeaUdYh!fai~e mI~i~S~ndn~h~etgli!las :~:~:h :lll2~h:i's e seh .]found my gold watch?" asked the DISCRIMINATING rants, or peel in paper bags. They :;Oh,n arr?alise:;t,ht ases a:: father of a small boy. "I looked Marvin: ~ow do you like the edi- all go moist and sticky very quickly, ua e was d -- " - '~ ,was no trouble! In fact, if you think Will a [everywhere and, happening to glance tor's daughter? g g ue r~o a ~eacnertzrem a . . . [so d state national sch- l " l your friend nught "be In any of the rora ea-'r~y ]breastwn' SaWoc it reposinge romSnUglYers ,Sonnyin the. Merritt: I like her type, all right, Always keep flour in a warin dry it was ho-ed' to t~rnSU:u~ a:~: aSlfew remaining.boxes I'll open them [ p ket of t~a p but she has too many on her mailing place. Damp flour will never make numbers fPr ..... rgelfor you with pleasure." lwas wearing." list. B. C. Bigler. light cakes and pies. om ~na~ couege. / l