NOW A VANDERBILT HEIR'S EXPECTED
New photo of Mrs. Hollis McKim Vander,bilt of New York
(formerly "the bautiful Mrs. MpKim" of Baltimore). She is await
ing an heir to the house of Alfred G. Vanderbilt, in their houseboat
at Wargrave-on-Thairies, England.
i ' GOOD TO EAT
1 Breast of Lamb and Peas.
Remove the skin from a breast
of lamb, and cut the vmeat into
neat pieces; dredge it with flour,
and put mta stewpan -vvjth a little
fresh butter. Lightly brown it
on both sides, then cover with
warm water. Add a few sprigs of
parsley and a small onion, and
simmer until the meat is three
"parts cooked. Remove the onion
and parsley, mince them fine, and
put these intthe gravy with a pint
and a half of" green peas; season
with pepper, and sal f, and simmer
again until the peas are tender.
Arrange the meat on a hot dish,
pour over the gravy and peas,
and serve Very hot.
Iron can be drawn into thinner
wire than any other metal except
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