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Parents who understand these conditions will not have to wait
Until, the politicians do something to protect their children. They
can do it themselves, to some extent. , ' i
When they are up against conditions they can't remedy, they
can at least get together in their neighborhood 'and make their de
mand on the city ha.ll so strenuous that it will be heeded.
juice. Do this three times. Add 2
x2 pounds medium brown sugar,
2 pounds seeded raisins, Y
pound chopped suet, one teacup
of cider vinegar, 2 level table
spOonfqls of ground cinnamon,
l teaspobhful each ground
cloves, allspice, and , nutmeg, 1
tablespoonful of salt.
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LOUISIANA'S BIG VISION.
THREE WAYS TO COOK
Old Engh Mincemeat One
pound of finely chopped suet, 1
pound of currents washed and
picked, one pound of raisins
stoned and quartered; 1 pound of
apples' chopped, lound of sugar;
pound pf mmced peel,' shred
ded, 2 lemons, scant j4 teaspoon
ful each of nutmeg, mace and cin
namon. Pare lemon thirily 'and.
simmer in a little water until per
fectly tender, then pound and mix
all ingredients together; press
closely in a jar and cover. Keep
one month before using.
English Mincemeat Take 1
pound of raisins and 1 pound
each of currants, chopped suet,
chopped apples, and brown su
gar; finely chopped rirrtl of 3 lem
ons and 3 oranges and juice of
both, a teaspoonful of mixed
spices, and Yz pound of chopped
almonds. Mix all the ingredients,
cover them and let stand 2 weeks
before using. When ready to use
line 'the pie tins with pastry, fill
them with the mince meat, and
cover with the paste. "Brush over
with beaten egg, and bake for 15
minutes in hot overt.
Meatless Mincemeat One
peck green" tomatoes, chopped
fine; drain juice and throw away.
Pour on 3 pints of hot water and
cook 5 minutes. Drain off all the
For ages the Mississipi has'
been buildjng its vast delta, and
it ha&been a nuisance to man and
his projects , for civilization. But
man is risinrg superior to the ob
stacles in-his path and preparing
to convert the drawback into a
new and rich element of prosper
ity. Louisiana will spend $20,000,
000 in reclaiming the delta not
all at once, but by a series of pro
gressive steps. Proceeding in
units of 10,000 acres, a total area,
of 9,000,000 acres will be gradu
ally uncovered and homes made
for tens of thousands. The canals
will be used not only for naviga
tion, but for irrigation, when
needed. Sugar, rice, cotton, corn
yes, ,and rich gardens of fruit
and .vegetables will flourish.
Bully for Louisiana ! She has a
big vision and will make it real,.