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the rational issues of life he found
two nurses at his side Lucia and her
They had a strange story to tell.
For years they hadlaeen estranged
from a wealthy uncle who resided at
Lisle. Ernest had risked his life to
stop a runaway which endangered
the life of the uncle in question. A
reconciliation had come about. The
Wares were now richly provided for.
"All through you dear, brave, sac
rificing friend!" sobbed Lucia, her
tears falling on the wasted hand bf
Ware. "And I have learned all about
your bearing the burden of the salary
paid Ernest. Oh, my friend my best
and dearest friend "
She broke down there, moved to
silence in a realization of the deep
love this noble man had inspired
within her heart of hearts.- He read
the truth, and a glorified smile passed
over his wasted face as he knew that
he had won the surest crown of life
the love of a true woman,
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Recipes and complete directions for preparing the favorite dishes of
the Governors of the American States recipes which have pleased these
self-made, successful men.
To be told by the wives of the governors themselves in The Day Book.
Most of these recipes will surprise you by their simplicity.
Many of them are unique and queer all are wholesome makers of
brain dnd brawn.
Most of them are personally prepared by the wives themselves.
Every housewife should include this group of unique recipes in her
Watch for the first recipes tomorrow in the new series.
HAMBURG STEAK WITH ONIONS I GINGERBREAD
Grind 2 pounds of round steak, put
in bowl, salt and pepper to taste. Mix
in 1 egg and a little onion juice. Shape
in cakes an inch in thickness. Broil
6 minutes, turning 2 or 3 times. Broil
the bacon. Turn 2 tablespoons of fat
in the broiler into skillet, let it get
hot, but not brown..Add 2 tablespoons
of flour. Stir until there are no lumps,
taking great care the mixture does
not burn. Add iy2 cups of milk or
water, boil 5 minutes. Season to taste
and turn over steak and bacon.
When peeling onions hold a cork
between the teeth and the eyes will
not become affected.
Cream y cup of butter with y2 cup
of brown sugar, add pinch of salt, 4
teaspoon of ginger. Sift 2y2 cups of
flour. Put 2 even teaspoons of soda
into 1 cup of boiling water. .Add 1-3
of the hot water to the sugar mixture,
stirring in half the flour, beat hard,
add another third of water and the
rest of the flour. Beat hard. Add rest
of water and 2 eggs well beaten.
Grease long baking-pan, turn in bat
ter, bake in the slowest possible oven.
If jellies are becoming candied put
a layer of pulverized sugar over top
of jelly, cover with paper put on with
white of an egg.