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I can possibly grant you I'll let you
hold Budge and Toddy as long as you
"And' for fear you do not under
stand how great a concession this is
I must tell you that the twins are be
ing brought up very scientifically and
I am only allowed to take them in my
ever-longing arms once a day.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
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CREOLE HAM AND RICE
Sear thin slices of the middle, cut of
ham in hot kettle, taking care not to
brown. Add one tablespoon of
minced onion, one quart of tomato,
half a sweet pepper cut in strips. Al
low to come to boil. Set on back of
range in fireless cooker to simmer for
two and a half hours.
Put one cup of rice in two quarts
of boiling salt water. Boil twenty
five minutes." Drain and keep hot.
Add one and one-half cups of rice
water to ham. Boil up and thicken
with two tablespoons of flour that
has been blended with a little qf the
cool rice water. Allow ham mixture
to boil for ten minutes. Turn out on
platter, cover with tomato gravy.
Add hot rice as border and serve at
WHOLE WHEAT GRIDDLE CAKES
' Sift one quart of whole wheat flour
with one teaspoon of baking powder
and one teaspoon of salt into bowl.
Add one tablespoon of melted butter,
one tablespoon of sugar, two eggs,
well beaten, and two cup's of- milk.
Beat all together for three minutes.
Bake in even round cakes on griddle.
Serve with quince honey.
Mrs. E. H- Harriman has given
$50,000 to Barnard College.
Helen I. Francis is president of the
Kansas Photographers' Association.
Wealthy women in New York have
forced a society to be called the Con
ference on the Unemployed Among
NEW LINENGQWNS ARE VERY
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The new linen gowiMB made of the
soft weave material and is perhaps
the smartest of summer tub 'dresses.
The qne shown is of the new shade
of green a sjiade hetween.olive and
grey-green. The skirt is straight and.
fully two yard's about the bottom. A
deep fitted ruffle finishes the tight
The waistjs in the wide, kimona
style and thenonnal waist hue is 'de
fined by a veiy wide belt.
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