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loved because he made so many of them.
Sometimes we wonder if Louis D. Brandeis is that kind of a
man". He has shown that he's big, and true, and honest, and has a
heart so big that he is not afraid to "say the things that might "hurt
him in. a business way" anyhow.
We can't help thinking of Brandeis, because We can't get that
picture of him as he finished his three-day. testimony before the
Stanley committee out of our heads.
Brandeis wasn't presenting figures then. He was standing in
front of the committee, and the newspaper correspondents say there
were tears in his voice, as he stretched out his two big? red, ungainly
hands to the committee, and said :
"The Steel Corporation is making slaves of Americans. You
men you members of congress must not let it go on. You dare
not let it go on. It would mean the end of America andthe end o
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Apple Sauce Cake. One and
one-half cups apple sauce; V
cups sugar, 2 pound, salt pork
ground fine, 1 level tablespoon
mixed spices, 1 teaspoon baking
soda, y2 package seeded raisins,
y2 package cleaned currants, flour
to make quite stiff. Have the ap
ple sauce steaming hot in a sauce
pan on the back of the range, stir
m rounded teaspoon baking soda,
beating well, add the salt pork,
and beat again. Mix the spices
with the sugar and add to the ap
ple sauce mixture. Then put in
about 2 cups sifted flour and the
raisins and currants dredged with
the flour. Mix all well together
and bake in loaves in a moderate
oven until a straw comes out
clean from the middle of the loaf.
This cake is good when hot, but is
better cold,, and best of all when
it is two or three weeks old
' Chicken Salad Boil the chick
en until it is tender and chop in
small pieces. Chop also the.
whites of a dozen hard-boiled
eggs; add chopped cabbage and
celery in equal quantities. Pound
the yolks of the eggs fine and add
two tablespoon fuls of sugar and
butter, 1 tcaspoonful of mustard
with pepper and salt to taste.
Finally add half a teacupful of
good vinegar. Mix thoroughly.
Veal boiled tender, may be used
instead of all chicken meat.
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"I am engaged to a struggling
"Dear me! Is he trying that
hard to get away?" Kansas City
A kiss, a word, a book, a
They're Valentines from true