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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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crumbs well seasoned -with chopped
onions, butter, chopped suet or drip
ping, pepper and a little sage, if the
flavor is relished. The steak is then
rolled around the stuffing and tied
with a string in several places.
If the steak seems tough, the roll
is steamed and stewed until tender
before roasting in the oven until
brown. Or it may be cooked in a
casserole or other covered dish, in
which case a cupful or more of water
or soup-stock should be poured
around the meat
1 Mock duck is excellent served with
'currant or other acid jelly.
TABLE FOR ESTIMATING THE
AMOUNT OF FOOD TO PROVIDE
FOR A FAMILY
Men, as a rule, eat more than
women; women more than young
children, and persons of active hab
its more than those who take little
muscular exercise. Here is Uncle
Sam's table for calculating meals:
A man at hard, muscular work re
quires one and two-tenths the food
of a man at moderately active mus
cular work.
A man at light muscular work and
a boy 15-16 years old require nine
tenths the food of a man at moder
ately active muscular work.
A man at sedentary occupation, a
woman at moderately active work, a
boy of 13-14 and a girl of 15-16 years
old require eight-tenths the food of
a man at moderately active work.
A woman at light work, a boy of
12 and a" girl of 13-14 years old re
quire seven-tenths the food of a man.
A boy of 10-11 and a girl 10-12 re
quire six-tenths the food of a man.
Child 6-9 years old requires five
tenths the food of a man.
.Child 2-5 years old requires four
tenths the food of a man.
Child under 2 years old requires
threes-tenths the food of a man.
UNSOLVED MYSTERIES
"Why it is some fellows think that
loud talking wins an argument?,
CUNNING LITTLE HAT
By Betty Browri
A cunning little hat, and so com
fortable, too, on chilly days in au
tumn, is this puffed-up little top
piece of golden brown corduroy.
The inch-wide ,band is of corduroy
cut on the bias and stitched with red
nd yellow and green wool embroidery.
o o-
SMITH JONES BROS..
CHBVISfl GWIANSTJOKD ADTOS.
Answer: Rub nightly with good
furniture polish.
So highy linflammable are some of
the glittering trimmings now used
on women's dresses that the New
York fire dep't, suggests they be condemned.

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