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Oatmeal With Cheese.
Two cupfuls' of oatmeal, 1 cup
ful of grated cheese, 1 tablespoon
ful of butter, 1 level teaspoonful
Cook the oatmeal as usual
Shortly before serving, stir in
the butter and add the cheese,
and stir until the chdese is melt
ed and thoroughly blerided with
the cereal. The cheese should be
mild in flavor and soft in texture.
The proportion of cheese used
may be increased if a more pro
nounced cheese flavor is desired.
Fried Bread With Cheese.
Six slices of bread, 1 cupful of
milk, 2 ounces .of cheese or j4 cup
ful of grated cheese, y2 teaspoon
full of salt, y2 teaspoonful of po
tassium bicarbonate, butter or
other fat for frying.
Scald the milk with the potas
sium bicarbonate; add the grated
cheese and stir until it dissolves.
Dip the bread in tBis mixture and
fry it in the butter. The potas
sium bicarbonate helps to keep
the cheese in soluHon. It is de
sirable, however, to keep the milk
hot while the bread is being dip
ped. A WEAK IDEA.
The proposal originating at
Washington that the women of
the United States (shall contribute
$1 each for a memorial to the rqen
who went down on the Titanic is
a weakly sentimental proppsitidn,
and we hope that the women will
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keep their dollars'or devote them
to doing good things for the wid
ows and orphans, made such by
khat ocean catastrophe.
We want to remember those
noble men as heroes whose nerd
ism wasn't rewarded by a memor
ial which suggests surprise in
that they took chances with death"
rather than force women and
children to 4o so. The sacrifice
those men made wasa natural
and commoriduty to all real men.
Would they engrave on their me
' "They -didn't fight women; and
children away from the lifeboats.','
"The king can do no: wrong.''
But four of them together can do
a lot of damage. ,
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