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TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29, 1921. THE dGDEN THE DUFFS BORROWED HUSBANDS I WISH YOV'D CAM FIX THAT YOU IF WA5HSTAHD FAUCET IN THE BATH ROOM - when a human - life Is hanging in the bal. r ance?" He looked at her with admiration across . , lii-Vthe body-ofthe a-unconscious girl.. . "You'd, make nurse and a great one at that!'.', darned Nancy stared at hinv speecfiless. was so Was that this man callous, to all codes of human conduct, to all sense of human decency, that he could make pretty speeches to one woman while another lay dying between- - them, and his. wife stood within earshot? The. look she gave him held such cona little in spite of tempt, that he flushed Into his eyes again his superb control, and there crept that malicious little gleam. A shout from Desmond drew their at tendon. . He pointed to the hilL The reclean-shavelief car was coming at a smart clip, folby the email roadster. His poise was unshaken though. With- lowed closely the latter drew up Just behind out a trace of hesitation, he turned to the theWhen limousine. Stanley tumbed out. his other man, who had' hung back- from buoyant boisterous self. . the group around the unconscious girl, Ofancy gave one look at him, and murand said briskly:' to Desmond: '.'She was calling for you. You'd bet- mured the carried car which see to "It's easy ter . come closer she may regain con- most of that . brandy." sciousness any minute." CO Th man came slowly forward, his eye disbelief. their starting "Calling for ME?" he echoed incredu- 1 wants ME, it's ; to. bawl lously. "If she , . . me out." X His little eyes suddenly took on an expression of abject fright. ''My, God!" he whispered hoarsely.! THIS fS THE BIRTHDAY OF BETH. she's and wants to curse ' , "Suppose V MANN.HOLLWEG. me: suppose " dying . 1851. November 29, The doctor uttered an exclamation of one of the most famous The author-o- f disgust and rose to his feet, but Edith's phrases of the war was Dr. Theobald von to in turned their stare, Bethmann-Hollweeyes, hypnotic who referred to the the driver of the wrecked car. as a "scrap of pawith treaty Belgium she asked per." This phrase "scrap "Is your of paper" was slowly. for nation the after nation, cry rallying they-jolneNancy involuntarily, made a movement as to allies the protest against toward her. Even Desmond, who had not of Belgium. Bethmann-Holl-weg-dlbeen slow to grasp the situation, endeav- the invasion last January while revising the ored to create a diversion, by exclaiming second volume of his war diary. ; : suddenly: was born m. Brandenburg In 1S36. He over a car "Look! Isn't that coming of a Jewish banker the the hill?-D- o you suppose Stanley 'could of Immense wealth, whose daughter mari have made it already?" into the Prussian nobility. Bethmanwhirled around to look, but ried Everyone was a n-Hollweg of the there was no cur In sight, and Edith i Kaiser In their youngerschoolmate and belong days turned back to the little red nosed man ed to the tame military corps. relentlessly.name He became secretary of th Interior 'Freddie?" she repeated. "Is your finally German imperial chancellor. He looked at1 her resentfully and a lit- and he was at Throughout his administration, tle fearfully. Crown Prince Von Ter-pit- z. the with enmity I am no to tell need "There's you who leadLudendorff and other yet.; But my first name is James, if ers for what they termed military of his "lack you must know. What is it to you?", - Their opposition finally overfirmness."litEdith turned away with a helpless came his stand against unrestricted tle gesture of her white hands. Desmond warfare and caused his resignation took a step after her, but checked him- in 1917. self. Nancy, remained on her knees beHe did one noble thing before hlsvdeath. side the unconscious jrirl. though her When talk of bringing the there was followed Edith Betlimann-IIollwe- g eyes asked pityingly. to kaiser trial, was undisturbed the only The doctor on trial in pjace him to allies the put member of the group. lie knelt beside of .his imperial master. wrist Judicially bethe girl, holding her r .Of' tween his fingers.- - one eye. fixed on the Ohio hospitals for epileptics, estabhill over-whi.the car bearing succor would come. 1893. was the first institution lished V at him. Insolently, but he of its kind in, America. . Nancy tostared ' meet her eyes. refused oo "Your gown will be a sight," he re- . New South Wales trovernmarked. "You ought to have let Desmond ment has state Its owned first opened spread his coat lor you. ruin ' ing? a frock , butcher shop. "Do you think I "mind DANGEROUS L GROUND. - good-looki- BY ALLMAN 1 CAMT FIX THIS 1 HAVMT AMY TOOLS. I'LL CALL UP THAT PLUHOLR DOWN THE STREET HESX AHV BEDTIME STORIES By HOWARD R. GARIS THJKG-r RUNS ALUTMETJME. " rr. ii ) r t r OH,HELEN. IT- - . - -- AM1NER X What a Gobd Turn Will Do TOM. MILDRED K. BARBOUR With the whispered, sigh: "Oh. Fred '"o.A I'm so glad it's you," the injured eyes, closed and she lapsed again into unconsciousness. . , TT.ere was a space of awful silence. Nancy, daring to glance up, saw that Edith's face' had grone shades whiter. It seemed as though every drop of blood had been drained from It, and the eyes-shturned on her husband were wide, dark and quite expressionless. She worer the look, of one who has been hurt so often and bo constantly, that thought their body reacts to pain, they mentally, heyond its comprehension. t Edith's face was colorless, not so Dr. ;If the iJangwell's. As "Nancy watched him. n telltale color crept up in -his cheeks.'-- STANDARD-E- ' l i Look AT IT have vell,tto OvC yH be. FIXED vo IT Him ! 1 S' -r-- J l : j" m T5l it m T 'Nurr- - vj 1 . . IS IT YOURS? g, name-'Freddie'?- " d ed - great-grands- on . . -- . U--b- , . 0 . ch : la-bo- r " l. mckrt Dr r-- y. .'n - V Mr tools g-r- a -- - I- Adventures of. cho-oJat- turn, Gingerbread .... .45 to 60 mm. .... SjKnge cake .......40.20toto 6030 min. min. Cake, layer Cake, leaf Increase time allowances for cooking at Fruit , cake .... ...2.3 toto 35 hrs. . hrs. Cake,-wedding in accordance altitudes higher lo to' .25 min. small .., at which water, boils. Its boiling Cakes; 25 to 45 mln. Batter puddings point, which is 212 degrees F. at sea level, Piesmln. ....3015 to 50 drops one degree for each rise of 5S0 feet Tarts '. to, 20 min. in altitudes, making the boiling point mln. .....1550 toto 25 for. water 202 degrees F. at 6000 feet above Fatties..tiO min. sea level, and about 193 degrees F. at 10.-0.. 30 min. ..... feet. Thus, when potatoes are boil- Muffins, yeast . .20 to 25 min. Muffins, baking powder ten thousand altitude, feet, at they ing ....2 to 31 hrs. are subjected to about the same degree Indian pudding hr. of Sheat .as potatoes cooking on the coast Rice or tarlora. pudding . . . . I . . .1J LU Dll mm. in a - double- - boiler or a flre.less cooker,'; Bread puddings .15- to 20 mln. dishes and, in consequence, a longer time, must Scailop S3 to 45 mln. Custard minutes will suffice to cook a po Custard in cupsBOILING. 20 to 25 mln. thirty tato on the sea coast, from sixty to ninety '.2 to 6 hte. minutes would be . needed at 10,000 feet Meats 4 to 6 hrs. Corned meat .', above. All other lines of cooking are Ox 3 to 4 hrs. tongue influenced by this same "variation of to 5 hrs. Ilam, 12 10to 14 pound ........4 pressure. 3 to , hrs. cook-eryTurkey, pound to use time the The easiest way 4 to 5 pound 2 to 3 hrs. table is to time the cooking of some arti- Fowl. 1 1 to 3 pound hrs. cle with whose preparation you are fa- Chicken. 2 to 6 pound .... 30 to 43 mln. miliar, compare that time with the one Fish. . ............. . ..'.2520 toto 3030 rmu. article, and Lobster quoted below for the same foods Cod. 3 to 5 pound mln. ; increase the time for other 20 to 30 mm. Haddock. 3 to 5 pound . tlonately. lb .15 mm. The variation in times given below is Halibut, thick plecer per 10 to 15 min. to allow both for variation in number of Salmon, thick piece, per lb... L'O to 30 min, ol Asparagus pounds to be cooked and in amount, .1 to 3 brs. ' Beans, shell or strinf surface exposed to the heat. ..CO mln. Beets, young BAKING. ...S to 4 hrs. Beef,-loior ribs, rare, per lb. . 8 to 10 mlri. Beets, eld .15 to 20 mln. . 12 to 16 mln. Brussels sprouts .... Beef, loin or ribs, well done..12 to 60 mln. .35. 15 Cabbage to mln. Beef, Tibs, rolled, rare.:.,. 1 "nr. Carrots 18 15 to mln. well done.. Beef, iribs, rolled, . . .25 to ,10 mln. Cauliflower' 30 min. to rare ........20 Beef, fillet, .12 to .10 mln. Beef fillet, well done ........... .60 min. Com ............. .20 to 35 mln. Macaroni 10 min. Mutton, leg, rare, per lb. ..30 to 45 mln. 14 min. Turnips Mutton, leg. well done .45 to 60 nin. V. Mutton, forequarter, stuffed, per23 lb.': Onions . ..... . .30 to 45 mln. mln. Parsnips '. ..15 to "15 to 20 mm. 20 mln. Spinach .; well done, per lb.' ... Iamb,well stewed ...15 to 25 min. 22 Tomatoes, lb. done, per ....18to.. .20 mln. Veal, ..20 to 30 min. mm. RJce Fork, well done, per lb..'. . . 10 mln. BROILING. "Venison, rare, per lb...;!. .4 to 10 mln. 15 to 20 mlp. Steak, finch thicK Chicken.'per lb. x to 12 mln. 1V Inches. thick hrs. nine Steak, ........3 pound Turkey, nine .2V4 6 Lamb to 10 mln. or mutton hrs. ;. chops (Joose, pound .... .. : 20 min. hrs. Chicken :i tor Vk Duck, domestic .8 mln. ...20 to JO mln. Quails Duck, wild 25 to 30 mln. fiquabs .... 10 to 12 min. Grouse 4 to 6 hra. Shad, whlteflsh and biueflsh.15 to 20 mm. Ham I... .......i... . . . . .45 to 60 min. Fish slices' 12 to 15 mln. Fish, 3 or 4 pound .... ........... . 4 to 3 mln. JLlver min. ...20 Smallifish and fillets .G to- - S- hrs. FRYING. Beans, with pork . . . . .45 to 60 mln. Smelts and other small fish. . .'. .3 to 5 min. , Bread.' white, loaf 5 to 8 min. raham bread, loaf . : . ,;, . 35 to 45 min, Breaded chops .4 to, 8 mln. Potatoes, raw Baking powder biscuits ;i 25.12toto 3015 ' min. .1 mln. mln. Fish balls and croquettes Gem . . . . .8 to 15. min. fritters and doughnuts,.... Muffins, Quick doughs ' 3 to 5 mln. Cookies ................. ..... 8 toO ruin. FOR COOKING. NOTE This table is adapted for cooV Ing at sea level altitudes below 1000 feet. with-temperatur- to-30- -. e Vol-aurve- 00 nt . - . 3t:'l,!r.lt fion Inn--!l- i fr 1 ra. n jt e a'l-srlc- - rtjn-cntra- td irrl-atl.-- . r - . - - FREE COOKBOOK COUPON . name and complete address, and bring to Standard-Examiner- , Sign ' Utah. Cook book will be sent to youin about ten being necessary, because first supply exhausted. 1 days.-thi- s Qgden, delay p. . ... . . ... . ...... . . . . . . . ... : . ;.; . . . HMOSYIYTO U- TIE - WT Vitamine Precious . Now Put . tablets JVitamines are gaining new found health. 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D r u g I a ta g v hich thus combined do not disturb h a v e Phos-Ph- o iomach as yeast may often do and the the Vitamine l ilMts of course are much easier to take, now or send tablets Jl plus 4c "war tax for bottle r ;r jvifits; quicker. to Irrmg prepam Wheeling laboratory, Thousands, of people with rhos-Fh- o W. A. rAdyertlsement, : " o Ji fI Ir, -- v . e uiri lvi. e la. r-- (', f OO t JUST FOLKS By CDCAIl A. GUEST. e. WHAT A rATHER WANT! TO KNOW. Toi would tak my g rl awiy What la ther that 1 can sav Kav th thing all fathera think "eldom put In irlater'a ink? Llttl car i for your fame. th g.cry you may claim. Or th fortun yoa may ear: Thi wr not my deep concern- TMa I real'y want to know. Will you always lav her so? It la fin enough to tell That today ycu r d log well; I , your skill appreciate And I think arm day ycu will 1!mb the ladder of aucreis To your tasting hanpinesa. Bat If all tM should t bad And my llttl b sad. who'. lit thr.n;th Id rerret try girl Having given her to )oj. tr Will you atwajf 1?t bar so? la what I mant to know. Wf.l ou comfort her and atay Ttiat At her side from day to dar r jc-- r r.ajne. Krcwir.g ah mnst wj'l yo--j sfcie'.d her frcm all arn:e' THa la the burden cn my ra.r.J W;n you thouthtful t ant kind All that Js to know lov her sr. That you'll by FlSgar A. CoeUT (Ccpyrigh oo Twenty thousand umbrellas were forg cd!f n Jn th I'aiU Kubways ts tli)i l:i, and Puds Slmklns wai wiwklnw back to skool after, luntch today, hawking slower and stowerer the neerer we got to it, Tuds saying. G this Is a peetch a day. If we had a day like this In sum-m- e we'd think It was hot. ' G, who "invented, skool on a day like this.? I sed. And we started to wawk so slow we couldent of wawked eny alower without standing still, me saylnp, J wonder If we dident po back to skool this afternoon I wonder If enythlng would hap- rin? wouldent' (even mits Maybe- Miss . us. sed Puds. kitty . Maybe she'll forget to call the toll. I aed, and Puds aed. G, maybe. Wich she never forgot to do yet, but that dident sav she never would, and m and Puds terned erround and started to wawk the opposite-way from skool, making us fell mulch more like 4awklng. and all of a suddln who did we. allmost bump into but ma. me thlnklnjr. Heck, good nlte. and ma sed. well for gtfodntss sake wata this,- izzent there eny skool thls aftlrnoonj Yes mam. I meen we alnt aura yet. I v. . sed. to rind out, sed That wat we're tryinc " Puds. Wat do you meen, not sure to find out. wat are. you tawking-aboutsed ma. and I - eed. Well you see we thawt fmayb In case .ther wasent eny skool we thawt It would ony be a walat of time to go untlll we wr sure " weather ther was or not. saw . aak yet. enybody: to Ony we havent , . sed Puds.: But wy on erth ahouldent there .ba eny skool? sed ma, Well you see we thawt mayba It mite some holiday we never herd of. I eed. be : We thawt maybe tt mlt b a bran new one, sed Puds, and ma sed. Mayb Its Sherlock Homes berfhday or something, vov come with me. Ill see, that you get to skool, and I sed. Well gosh - G, ma, holey smoaks. No lxplanatlons, please, sed ma. And she tooklis to skool and waited & there till we went In and we waa about mlautes late and had to stay a hour after skoot. oo - An .elephant' ha 'such a delicate sense of smell that It can scent a person 1000 yarda oo-away. First benevolent Institution in Ohio, the' state school for the deaf, was opened in 1820. . , f ,' Lesson on Music Bj I.r.E PAPE. Beanfy CoalenledT You ara afsrsy confided taat your taare aas beaa to tUhiskeat devoped after tA tea posaibnitia tftegCoaraod'a Ortwtal treaia, SrndtSchnTrUlSU -- . v 7yW--, v j ity A JV-v,'-'- - J g Wings of the morning! A good cup of coffee for breakfast makes things seem just right It starts off your day with genuine enjoyment and a real set-ufor your work. The really fine coffees ire packed in vacuum-seale- d tins, so as to bring all the fine fragrance and rich flavor to Vour cup.; Schilling's is the , WOLl'G.VNti A3LVDi;LS 3102LRT Austrian ' of the Late I'ljrhtprnth Century (1758-179Wolfgang Amadeus Morart wa on of the greatest composers of the Classic School. Although he always wrote in tha atrlct .formal pattern of the period . hlamelodic gracefulness . made hla w.org ever popular. Mozart wag a "b onder child," ., and mad frequent appearances befor the Kuropean courts. Hence, there Is found In his mimic . a greater daintiness than in Uhat of his Morart wrota In all forma. - His greatest operas were: "Th MarTiag-- e of Figaro;" "Don Giovanni; and Compos-c- r 1) con-temporari- es. "The Magic ".Fiuts." . Of his forty-nin- e Hat. G symphonies,! thosa in-C major, are minor and the beet ' knowni Moxart wrote many songs and cantatas, and much , chamber music. MIVUUT. KYMFIIONr IN G 3I1NOI1 No corapo?r ever wrot mora perfect examples of th old Court Minuet than did Mozart. From his. - boyhood v, Moaart w a a freotient !itn- mt European courta, and all his musld reuecis itvs cnarm. ana grac of court life in the eighteenth century. This is a beautiful example of th. Minuet form. . , Mas .., oo YOUR HEALTH p' , one, mon'ey-bac- k GofFee IE ( ... it It H. BISHQa. fact that th Inveterat BY DR. ft. 7 ,'i-io- -- Standard-Examine- r . Being- RIFRHHWINTI. Th Vo'.rtead law I on th books; (? Iher for Veep. I thick; and wje men aetk tha babtl'.r.g trooka when they wcj'' ! ha v a dr'.ok. For wis men kr&w w chc-cs; th laws that we'll ot 'sact the ordlr.anr forbitfirg bot has t"mc-- , and rom to stay: an epoch dry aa 6 aa ia borm. aoJ has dawnd. a w mutt Journey ti th pond to get our horn. Oh. yes. in ai;y or m momirg w slum yet may tan our breath. ad buv a flask of bottled rum that's labe;i Fu5den but wh.e'a s thirsty he d drlak surh els.l to la?h; gadjooks? And who can keep Ma e!f ry--t-. and train with low down crooks' Th Volstead law ta not a dream. It iarg sly loorr.a. Ilk fate; and w must ih rrystat stream when w. would Irrigate. GoM rltlar.s ar earnest gruya hi bow to all tha thouth they may think acm ara and full fatal flaws. They y. "T. aa w all th Uwa w ll vietd. aa blithely mav; If thay ar pur.k they-f-l le rerea!d and if the'r gt-- d theyil stay: ar4 km who'd flout them J a thump, h bcrea a.iati Jcmrsry wjth Ma yawps; and vi to tt to get oar forty drops." (C'cryTliht by Ceorg Matthew Adm lt . State, . , V . i WALT MASON - lie -- loci. s ? Address -- ssms yet,-tryin- Name r nt tr - LITTLE BENNY tie-dru- f J n .lto tc-o- k c-- e - tlM ETABLE r w , Taken by! permission from the copyrighted cookbook, .'A Modern Send the coupon for a free' copy. Manual of Cooking. y. tT t-- mm a , n;-urall- c-- wanted to lady "Well. I'm goirr away Ur nljtht with Mr. WTaltemaaJs. the Poir gentleman. te ent cu I'rcle 'u-a.la "And th'a ahirt I bava fMuiht t'r myself." l.m a '!( !. pclntlrg at the package i:b h! pink. tlnkMag nt Tfu l.ave "Whv, 'vVJjyy! cf axclaiineU Nurse Jane.MtnJy shlrtaf "Tcu Uon'i need to tuy a new one." "I tl,:eht I d get a apelal!y fine nnf, a Mr. Whltar m'.ght waul to alva a party la bJ Ira car vhn Im there." ' I i 14 t.. . I wouldn't look :aj.hed IfthaI bunay. "And THIS l5Y0UfrNElGHdO,Mf?.EUFF tylieh didn't have a new avrt THERE'S NOTHING THE u it "2t la a very good one." aid Nurie UP THE STREET HER- E- SAY. Jane, aa ah looked at It. "vrher did WPTH THE MATTER ONE OF OUR WATEB FAUCETS you buv nr" "Al the He and,tn.v aiviwtred tha ONLV IT WASN'T FAUCET is Leaking uttle-ca- u you fcunay. TURNEl OFPl L "Oh. fsn" exclaimed Nuraa Jace. COME UP AMD FJXIT P16HT AWAV? ' laoghir.g. -- Hut. Wigrr. dear, your name T oo muat he this ahlrt. i ll print It on put IT'S, JUSTA LITTLE J0rOHLVTAKE with Ink that win aftt fade enU. Then, YOU A MINUTE ALL RIGHT when your shirt In the wash, with th shirts of the polar Bar gentleman. Sou wUI knw whicti la ytmra when u come out. Ill Ink your name r v. Your jour THAT SOFT ahtrt." Mr. said Thank you. TALK YiOrT Bat when Nurse Jin etLongeara. tml the bot. 13 of tn5"5ib; Ink and tht pen to mark 3 AVE YOU upon lnc WitgUa aMrl, an of a stjd-dr- n AKYTHING tb te1evh(tj race. It waj VIrt. tha mocs lady, aaklng N'urs lnrtail. Jane to come over and have a cup cf ahd rf rhee cake. ' "Oh. 1 bit can't go! 1 must mark t'ne'e w!rgUy a new afcirt." said the muskrat lady. "TodSe alor! til mark th shirt my se'f." raid th bunny. "Ton never coud! cried Nary Jan. aur to mak a brg. blotty 'Toud ink aixt In th wrong plac. "Never" aacUlmed tHe bunay. "Tou'rl af-- ! TMdl over to the tea party! 111 mark Ci shirt!" Weil, Nurae Jane didn't wajt to o, but ; fmjnilsiifm - Frtl h fcr ml !!! ( hn Wtggtly rMiTed. and finally a!. In her favorite overmuch left, after j!r showing him exactly how to I is a fTratly ronceniratfd frod: mark ai name on the shirt. And when cniy ! c It f that In, cnta!n a larg the lady wait out of th buta-Jothe-.twm- s units or calorie per cubicimouni, Inch. When th buntjy gentleman began. eat candy wts are taking la food at a If dfpred.lh pen In tha tndi'1 Ink. , i fearful r!e. One one and. very caramfl. wrote his cam on Ms ; Incli contalna 100 f ck1 units. When ahlrt. In a alely. where It wouldn't show. plar rjuar, i we rat a iuar Inch of fudf. CY OLIVE ROBERTS HAHTOH are "Not rt had! Not so bad!" said the food unltr a'.o. folding tt off at paw's length to bunny, who Uad a mora or ) admir tt. "Ill jyt rut a little curly do not require narr cue under to v nave, fancy tike." many f'-'.. t"n-- l Mtilin to ket lhm leal;h i a In the fTrrd the Wlgglty : I'trix-h works at hard manual 'abcr Ink hottl one mT. made jen th fancy and uies up hU tlnaues at a hlh rurlycu and then alas' 4i dropped a jail ' latrday An attire traon may up Sin) big blot cf Ink on th middle of bit j cr tOOO fcd units a dar. aew shirt! a big muscular man ngxs:ti In "Oh dear! Oh dear.' exclaimed th only j tbOO bunny, all could u !abfr up day 'I,o k what I've dor,! Urn! t'm ! . a day. The InactlTe woman ":H ulAri Nurse Jan said I'd do Oh. what Just i f d units a day. IlTldl by thrte I tnui get tnte ink spot out before r. ; In the day 'It U afi! get ber! What ran 1 do? Iet m ;h mal " 1P0O calories make a gwl ailed: I think ah aaid lnwm that ould . , Stirai. tav out ink pot, i ll try Jyir it." Vt how easy It Is to eat 100O ralorUa t'nrl W'irglly rtribblrd some lemon and nrver know It. A cup of chocoiat. Julc on bis ahlrt. but th spot ati'l s!ayed there. a of 10o; 100: nilti pat butter. "HI try vinegar. aald th bunnr. AnJ serving j "t rrramed aalmon rn toat. TOO; n srv-- i he dH, but th spot atiJ atayed ther. of 100: one "T il trv rd poorer." eatd th cup of tatArd. irg prrentooo bunav. i ivrt; tot:. calories, And h did, but th Ink spot UJ1 atayed i tf One an then that the average wo there. man should not eat ' a lot of candy Ma ahlrt. unlets By th'a tlma tie front nhr to put br liyrt:v cicar.a around Ink srM. to th beginning out of ordr or put on a lei cl fat. took like a football field after a hard Ten ehocotate caramel th daf gam. Th iroU yu gttting worse In- are the same at an extra duitng raeal. a,nd atea3 of better. the-arhow fw women reallia thU tV. kitchen. hn lit try everything In did. A. themaelvrw? who aald ih bunny. And-- h Indulging q pvron ata a much caady as that ahoiid skip ketchup, nutmeg, pium auce.lu(!nc salt, a meal to give the atemach a hnca to cinnamon, dor and ro :tard. It up. fined cath tab! with ail such atuff aa that th "When'i Kip?" ih nktd suddenly.-s If you at candy inatead rf the third after putting aocn on th Ink apot: but your fot in too black mark still remained and tba th taking "I'll begin" on you." said Nancy, looking welL Of course. 'In both cajics ah and meal cu are a c which ia to around It, began to lock like a at t'he gnome squatting next to Crooka-bon- e Nick had undone the mlc'ief. anI ah tha atomach. form, wa buslt to shirt, Tha atomach heavy alorm. an f r t.nik In the circle around her. Then she wondered If the jrnomas knew itbout tt. t take. rare of food 'n-iAnd of a sudden, whtl all having propr , then, eh wisety ald nothlnr ar.d turncti i( nut work on fi.iii.rr.r.r-.v. on th tab!, thes hot. aharp thing of else. "Dut something, thought howj to Tweekanoa Now was hT. not contain vl!aniinea and ra!.nratt tbt th doer opened and In wr again. cam tha Jv foi. shall I know wbeiher he U telling me chancft- to find otu all mhoiti xkn mi'ni r essential ta twi healUi. A ho! lunch nlr all "Oh, ready tor J the truth or not?" she asked. Brownie and th key he hat stolen. msw "Watch the cat's eye over the gate." "Wbera's Kip?" ah aarted ioi1dn'y. hb said Crookabone. "If It turns, red, you'll "L'nder hla bat," replied Tweekano S . . know Tweekanose here isn't clever enough promptly.to tell the troth, if the cafs'eye remains "But that doesn't t!l anything." aald Kancy In a puzzled tone. green, you will know that he Is. "It'a the truth Just the same." nodded "We tell the truth without, trlling anyi; "Bravo, thing. That a our way of trlnfour wits. Crookabone And approvingly. Gnt-inebe his next neighhave' to have wits as nimble as Tweeky." on the back. alarped All th gnome-wa- r thir toes."felt like adding J'and fingers" bor grinning until their long no tthat Nancy for ah had not forgotten how the uttl turned down) nearly touched their long rascals had stolen the gold out of the china (that turned up). Th llttl girl felt very uncomfortable.- Fairy Queen's mountain, or how they bad unfastened the locks of the cages of the What nueer ideas th smomca had about all the creatures thing! bh decided that ah didn't Ilk Circus animals and out. not only scaring all the countryside the game at all. f Into' fits but- dlsappoln ting the kiddles as (To Be Continued) t- - vin-far- tt tha u tre inisid Young Cooks at t ior in tha dlnir.g room taU. hav y.-- trru5h? In that buojj houeaeeT-r- r e " Jane, f-- -- -- ?cd!cat. I befor I B'.ttle jo-- ; r eT"' h barVed bunny. And then that Vex eal-lome- d acme and lemon Juste. Ar.d then, h a loud ho and cut if th Ut.r.n',3 h raa cryjeg; " me! Oh mvl 1 art, to cry"" said 1'r.cl Wis-fll- y "Srva you riM" "If th triRgs I uM lauahlcg. didn't tax out th Ir.k erot. traki run. aayhow But th Kct sha:i shit o a'.K-J- t I th rotr However, h nee-ln'- t hate worried, when Nurse Jab ram she !a.jr.ed. a t c Id yow ao!" and then sk it. t epot fvl with acm stuff ah at o Mr. stor. Ijorsanrs with I. a r.ew i.vrt. went in visit Hr, acd ha1 a fin time, And f tb riaco d&e't bid under tt, rari'-- rug when tj r ! ; pnaocra I'll t o hrm iff atKut tTl 5'.i dir.rt, fncl AViggUy and the ntw m m going for a w dajg, said Uncla WtxgUy Longeara fn afternoon, as he entered th hcluw lump bungalow, and r!ce--l a bundle ng - UNCLE WIQflll V A K! r Tur i w nnv Cryright, 121. by VIKHur Neraper It a atrang f candy eaters ar women. edentary habits. 8uch women, because of their fnaetlT ara Just th one who should Uj 11t, least candy. Th artlv bu!nei woman or society wrman who Is on th co all th time I llttl harmod by canly, though as a rul suvh women jtt l.iiu of it. t h Th wnminrem jparati vejy la. laying up a declJedly unatabi I et - tlv i f . i j . .