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"Yes, yes,"- answered-the father.
"I see, I see.
"Children, go find your hats. Then
follow us. Your'motlSer shall have
her way. We will prosis thev bridge."
One-half pound of sugar, one-half
pound of oatmeal, four ounces of
cocoa. Mix well. Pour over this
three quarts of boiling water and al
low to cool and settle. Serve ice
NEW FALL FASHIONS IN TOGS
The up-to-date young girl this fall
will wear a loose-belted coat that is
VERY loose. She will wear a sepa
rate skirt, which will blend with the
coat, but will not be of the same
color' or material. Her hat of plain
felt will match her coat, and her
shoes will have the low English heels.
The costume pictured shows a
skirt of blue and white check, with
a plain blue coat: This kind of a cos
tume would be particularly sensible
for the girl who works in a business
office, as well as the girl who is going
away to school.
Fashion, for' once, says you may
look healthy, comfortable and whole-
f" : i ,
Use the juice of-two'limes and dis
solve in it one tablespoon' of sugar.
Have glasses filled -two-thirds full of
shaved ice. Add the -lime and sugar
and ornament with either mint or
marischino cherries. ; Serve with
straw. .. '
MINCE MEAT COOKIES
Two cups of brown sugar, one cup
of butter, three eggs, five tablespoons
of cold water, two teaspoons of bak
ing powder, one-fourth teaspoon of
soda, one cup of mince meat and
flour enough to handle easily. Roll
thin and cut into shape.