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m 1 t - $&! ,v mm all . iJ ! ' i II 'J M t.ti '. rM v,, ft; nHliTl i i i.. i '51 tte 14 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1922 eh) Mrs. Wilsen One quart of cola tenter. On bunch of soup herbs, . . One cm ret and one turnip, minces 1e p' , nili .' 71 F rrm rfttr rtXeS IVlaCarOni, One cup of c.npei onion. Italian Chef Tells Her of New and Surprising Variations Frem Usual Combination With Cheese or Tomatoes ny MKS. M. A. WILSON Ctcvrleht. 10tC hu Vm .If. I. IVlIjun All HeMj ristrvti FIOM Sunny Itnlj tliere romp te this corner "unic splendid recipes using both pRhettl and ninoiireni. The pasta, as the" are called in Italy. are n itttiplp article of diet, and will, be found en the table of the aristocrat an well as en the tatle of the humble1 mountain pinnt Atitinie Tellismm. a famous Itihnn chef. Ehe thl method for iircparlnt; the pasta se tint It "ill be ready te incorporate, with ether flavoring' and seasonings te complete the dish. Hew te Cook the Micarenl Rub the bottom of a lirce and prr fectlv clean saucepan liberall with alad" oil. new place in the nucepan. two nuarti of water two whole euuen. a bit of Rarllc bring te beiliii point, and add one-half pound of macaroni, and cook for tueim-tHe minutes; drain macaroni in colander, sawn,; the nter drained from the mncuem 1 he macaroni nw remh te iim in vi vi reons wnvH Wnlilnjf the cooked mac nreni rebi it .t tm.ili et its nutt.tive element. U jm are 'fins the loee or bulk mn-nreiu dl: tui kl in warm water and nne upII lust before placlnp te cook. This li done for sun'tir reasons. Macaroni I'almette Cook one-half pound of macaroni as directed. IMace in saucepan Four tablespoons el valiui eti, One cup of tHcid miiutu Three erccn u rut mat peppets $lked thin, A lit of aarllc. Cevir cle'.ch an 1 smuMur uat.l ae onions nre tender, udd te lue prcpiriJ macaroni, with One ami em'-half up ' ir'( drained canned tomatec One teaspoon of latt. One tcaipoen of paprika. One-half cup of orated ihtese Heat slew!;, telnic te preent the macaroni trim, sticking te the sauce pan, and w'len the i hrece is melted turn In tlMi and -prlnkl. with finely chopped parblej It is then ready te ere. Minstra Place tb- wn'ei drain" 1 freci the macaroni, and tiie liquid drained from the tomatoes, in pnucepati, adding One-half pound of lean beef, minced very fine, HWI'JU-i -? . Twe red or ancn peppers, cheppea l cry fine. Cleve of garlic, Ilrlnif te bellln point, and cook slowly for one hour en the slmmeiliik' burner, remote the herb. and mid three-quarters cup of tlnely crushed nncarenl. cook for twenty minutes deneii and sent- as t-eup with tlnely grated i hece (inatinchl l'liic In jaiKepan Ote-hnlf cup of chopped onion, 7 In!' bit of aarlic, 'I hire pints of cold water. Urine te beilliiR point, and cook for three minutes, new odd 7'tce etid one-half cups of finely citfhcd macarent. t'oek for twenty minutes, drain, and Otic and one-half tcnipoens of salt, One teaspoon of paprika, 'J hi cr -quarters iup of orated cheese. Stir w.U te blend, ntid turn nt ence Inte i pan thit has been ringed with cold wiit.-i. paikitu; te make tirm. Chill and allow t. iml for tour hours te meld t'i t in tl ici. fd rex and dip lirst in ili ur, then .n l"atui ecK and mill, and then iWl in tine bread eminbs, ami fry n neMeii brown in smoking het fat, sene with tumate bance. Macaroni Tuscany Open or e nuart jar of miined to matoes, and piee in saucepan, crush- pep- Inn the hands One pint of cold xeater. One cup of chopped onions. One-half cup of chopped jrn per. lirlns te boiling point, and add One -half pound of macaroni, Cook tdewh until the liquid is nb .nt-hxil In the tnncarenl, then ndd ulp of the tomato well with I One cup of thick tomato patte. i unr eiKi ene-naif cups of finely chopped mushrooms, uslnq either the conned or freih mushrooms, I One cup of mated cheese. I Stir well te blend. I One-half cup of finely minced pars- teu. I ',, ... . ,, lvu. .' nuiii iui;i;t"5, C(l T Willi UUIIIIIK ' Serve with nicely browned slices of water nnd cook for five minutes, drain fresh country jietk. nnj tiley nte leady te add te any dish , Spaghetti and the etber Italian or sauce. Add the mushrooms just n pasias can en uteu in imy et uic nDevc I lew minutes before srrMiip. recipes. The Italian is very partial te mushrooms, and will ndd them ltke the Rat lie te almost every dish thnt he cooks, outside of the desserts. If you ure using the fresh mushrooms, remove the buttons from the steins, peel both the stems nnd buttons, nnd cut In small pieces, ceer with boiling LUTHERANS FOR FAIR PLAY Buffalo Convention Declares Streng Nations Should Respect the Weak Buffalo, Oct. 25. The Christian law of love nnd justlce demands that the autonomy nnd rights of the weaker na tions should be recognized by the strong nntlens, and that freedom of religious faith and worship should be everywhere guaranteed, declared n report adopted jesterday by the biennial convention of the United Lutheran Church. The report urged, also, extension or the world disarmament program. The convention adopted n report of the Committee en Menti nnd Heclul Welfare, which urged that "there should hu nn interval between the issit issit ance of n marriage license nnd the ceremony Itself." NOTICE! MOTHERS OF SCHem . 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Your ilrutrist will tfil ou that "DaiiilerniL'" is the Iarj.'fht seiim,' hail saer in the erld hecauju r letrrct.-. and turi-s ick, ailing ha i every lime. L'se one bottle of Dan deiine, then if yea find a suifle fall uiK hau ei a paiticle of dandrulf, et t.T. havvc your money bacK. Mil'. TberW 2000feais Frem New H.G.WELLS NEW NOVEL Science has Conquered the Qreat Pox! Doctors, Drug Mengers antf an AncientSceurge By PAUL H. DE KRUIF, Ph. D. NO part of education these days is mere impor tant than hew te live and keep well. Paul H. DeKruif, Ph. D., has just resigned from the Rock efeller Institute te devote his entire energies te making clear te the public what is sound and un sound among medical claims new flooding the country. His contributions te Hearst's Interna tional "are of permanent value, net only te the medical profession but te every home. In Hearst's International for November, Dr. De Kruif talks frankly about Syphilis, a devastating scourge for which "there is, nevertheless, a certain cure. The Unknown By WILL IRWIN AND HOWARD E. MORTON EVERY nation has ita "Unknown Soldier" en shrined for eternity with military pomp in a noble mausoleum. Seme humble private, perhaps, or even a man like Armand Vignaud. Hew HE came te be chosen as "The Unknown "for one of the greatest militarv nations makes, probably, the most inspiring story Will Irwin has ever written. A NOVEL by the ;nest important thinker alive today. "Men Like Gods" is vivid with Mr. Wells's imagination about the Future no problem is tee deep for him te settle. But it is also a fascinating and very entertaining adventure in the romance of science. A simple Englishman, driving his little automobile in the outskirts of Londen, runs off the read and into the Seventh Dimen sion. The things that happen in that strange and lovely country are what the Germans would call "kolessal". One of the three great novels you will find in Hearst's International for November. The Inside Story of HENRY FORD'S JEW-MANIA By Nerman Hapgood Forcing tJie Dealers te Spread the Poison A "Fert Dearborn Independent" with Every Ferd I IRELAND'S LINCOLN -Michael Cellins By Carl W. Ackerman THE only correspondent te interview Michael Cellmi when he v, as a fugitive was Carl Ackerman, ene of the few Americans who shared hia cenfidencf. That's whv he is se wei! equipped te tell whv Cellins decided te make peace with Knland, and hew the spirit of Ireland's martyred pn-dent ;r' es marching en. P.e Hearst's Intcrnvu.l f. r November. Her Own Life By ROBERT HERRICK The Story of a Modern Weman's Search for Freedom THE moral education of women is a subject we have no right te avoid merely because it is difficult te discuss. In his new novel just starting in Hearst's International, Mr. Herrick has faced the problem frankly. With firm and elevating hand, lie takes the strry of Lilla Vance, a girl without a father and practically without a mother, and shows hew -step d.v step, ever rough places she works out her own life. He Made the Radiophone Sing Like a Nightingale EDWIN H. ARMSTRONG found the radio-pheno talking like a hare lipped man -and left it singing like a night ingale. Three revolutionary inventions all made by Arm Arm steonglifted the radio from a toy te one of the greatest forces in our coming world. His last invention is the "super regenerative circuit." Whether you are a radio fan or net, you will want te read about this marvelous achievement Loek it up in Hearst's International for November. The Melancholy Dame By OCTAVUS ROY COHEN VI T HEN your wife tells you te fire the cook you may v thsnk ou have a hard job. But think of Mr. Permanent Williams, who was ordered by his second wife te fire his first wife, Sapho. star performer in his Jazzadancerie cabaret. Anether inimitable darky story by Octavus Rey Cehen in Hearst's International for November. By the author of "If Winter Cemes" The Return of the Swordsman WHILE the critics still battle ever "This Free dom", A. S. M. Hutchinson's last book, "If Winter Cemes'' continues a best seller en at least three continents. Read his new story, "The Return of the Swordsman" in Hearst's International for November. It may help you make up your mind that Mr. Hutchinson is a great writer. The Great Myth of French Light Wine THE United States is still straggling in the after math of the Prohibition Amendment. Net en American in a hundred, however well educated really knows hew the rest of the world stands ei the drink question. Nothing could be mere timely, therefore, than the series called "The World War ei Beeze" by Frazier Hunt new running in Hearst's International. Mr. Hunt went te Europe te make s lersenal investigation. Jn the November numbci le explodes definitely the long cherished myth ei 7rance as a country of Moderate Drinking. n , , . . The Celd Gray Dawn Boek of the Menth jn p0and '1 HE COUNTRY BEYOND "Poland has mere peliti- jv cal parties than most , ,-.,. ,-, . countries, she has three James Oliver Cunvoed peasant parties and two On the ruKped and storm- workman's parties, and sev- wHppnd north shore of Lalte crnl varieties of censer- Siijorier, Mr. Curwoeu has Vatuvs and clericals about located the action of his a deen parties altogether." stirringnewnovel.TheEeoK Fer the 'a test political sur- nf the Menth helps wm te vcy l.v Anna Louise Streng, knew the beat of the h test Bee Hearst's International books. for Ne ember. Her Sixth and Only Husband iay ei me mentn knew the Jeny sfe Ircn SHORE LEA E were these nlready married. by Hubert Osberne n , Mr.Beia&coteutributehto Green and Fresh the new theatn -al season a By Owen Jehnsen r"Kfi"gT?nCT)(,VrAJn,;;1" A bev of sixteen falls M ?n f '-ini ? v l :f 0t H10 hardest for a girl of twenty twenty Menth brings you from the , n,i .iinJ? m,:nnv first fandiU's'voe0"?01"1; l.wHEWteaTdSff V& ? iw v ,V7"1 -Ht began te sprout from pm l l!tU!b- thfl cwP-t of his room and eucctfit,e3, birds sang in the windows. Lapidevitz By Brune Lessint; IIovlen could jeu e.xpcct Lapidewit? te keep his fortune cf twenty-five dollars after he was tcmeu l teilless under vhif,h shell the little pea was hidden? 1 Don't Stand Hitched By Walt Masen One day I boost a theme or creed, the next day it's in tat ters; net theories .arjre, but soedly deed is xll that really matters. A World Survey in Eight Articles. Play Boek Art Art Peem, of the Menth; Eight Sparkling Short Stories; Three Distinguished Serials ALL in the November issue of ZifJuMrajH mm 35 Cents a Cejy November Number NORMAN HAPGOOD, Editor 119 WEST 40th STREET, NEW YORK $3.00 a Year Out New Did Poincare Start a War? By Jean Longuet Only when all the documents of the Foreign Offices are open te historians, as these of Petrograd and Berlin are al ready, can we knew thefullrespensibihty Poincare had for the breaking out of war. Surrender By F. A. Kummer Everything is fair in love but nothing's fair in politics as the Jreung rcferine earned in thii story. T fcT . 1 'Hrfv 1 ' A.