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Minna's face, but she was not crying;
she was faughmg hysterically.
"Oh, Johnny," she said, "I it
well, it wasn't true!"
"Not truekYou didn't put the
blended strawberry " '
"No. It's still there where it was
growing. But I just wanted to pay
that old Henry Price for being so
mean. You see, I heard what he said,
"Minna," said John solemnly, five
minutes later, when he had satisfied
himself that the strawberry was really
there, "I guess things have been
evened up now. You'll forgive old
Henry, won't you? And we'll ask him
to tea tomorrow."
"All right, dear," answered Minna.
"And we won't say any more about
preserves, will we?"
BY AND ABOUT WOMEN
The feminists complain that the
only female mentioned in the presi
dent's Fourth of July speech was
America He referred to our country
as "she" because, perhaps, "She puts
human rights aboVe all other rights."
"The American mother who most
needs advice just now is neither the
very rich or the very poor, but the
one between," says Dr. Lydia A. Vil
biss of the American Medical -Association.
"She can't hire carefully train.
ed nurses and she won't accept what
she feels to be the charity of clinics
and milk stations. What we must do
for her is to make hygiene free for
everybody as schools are now. The
state pays the teachers. Why
shouldn't it pay the doctors? The
state needs both healthy bodies and
trained minds in its future citizens."
Miss Anne Morgan, daughter of tho
late J. P. Morgan, was so delighted
with an aeroplane flight made recent
ly in France that she is going to pur
chase a "flying machine" and learn
to operate it
Louis Debus, a Philadelphia high
school girl, broke the woman's five
mile swimming record recently when
she made that distance in two hours
and forty-eight minutes.
To remove the mark of a scorch
wet whatever is scorched with cold
water and place it in the sun. When
dry the mark will have disappeared.
DISHES AMERICAN GOVERNORS LIKE BEST
thicken with a little blended flour.
Miss Eileen Dunne, who is private
secretary to her mother, submits the
"Great American what-is-it" as the
dish most favored by her father,
Gov. B. F. Dunne of Illinois.
BY MISS EILEEN DUNNE,
Executive Mansion, Springfield., III.
This is the name of the favorite
dish of the governor's
and recipe for same:
"The great Ameri
Cold-roast beef cut
m small pieces.
Cover with stock, or
Add chopped small
onion, carrot, pars
ley, celery and tomato.
Season with butter, pepper, salt
and a few drops of Worcestershire
sauce. Brown with a little kitchen
" Split 3 sweet green peppers length
wise and take out all the seeds. Fry
'2 minutes in hot butter, turn 2 or 3
times. Fry in same skillet 6 very thin
slices of ham and place on slices
of toast that have 'been dipped quick
ly in hot milk, place pepper on top
of ham and a poached egg on top o'f
pepper. Eggs may'bejioached in the
milk in which the toast was dipped.
Paper cut in shape of top of jelly
glass then pasted all round and press-
for one hour and
led tightly lo .glass. ,