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.THREE WAYS TO COOK
Beef Loaf'with Tomato-Celery
Sauce Three pounds round
steaks and piece of suet size of
lemon ground twice; two sma.ll
onions chopped fine, -two table
spoonfuls parsley chopped fine,
three-fourths, cupful of milk,
three eggs, eight soda crackers
rolled into fine crumbs, one table
spoonful salt, cayenne to taste.
Mix all the ingredients well -together
and pack firmly, into a
greased square bread tin and
bake in moderately quick oven
For the sauce take can of to
matoes, four green, peppers, two
onions, three hea'ds of celery, two
tablespoons of salt, two table
spoons of sugar, and three cupfuls
of vinegar. Boil.6ne.and onerhalf
Meat Balls Chop, fine round
steak to ma'ke a teacupful when
firmly pressed down. Add a tea
cupful of cold rice" and jseason
with salt and' pe'pper. Beat one
egg and add to it two-tablespoons
of milk. Pour about "two table
spoons of this oyer-the. meat and
rice to bind them together- Jf too
dry add a little Tjrpth or milk.
Dip out a spoonful of the mixture
at a time, roll .in cracker crumbs
or dry bread crumbs, then in the
egg, then again in crumbs. Fry
in just enough lard and butter
mixed to crisp on both sides.
Meat Patties Take a pound of
round steak, cut off the fat and
run through.meat chopper. Sep
arate into smalLpatties and in the
center of each place a pinch Of
salt and small pinch of 'pepper.
Fold the meat over so. that sea
soning is in center. Dip each
patty1 into beaten egg, which also
has been seasoned, then into
cracker crumbs and fry in hot fat
until nice and brown on both
IN THE LIMELIGHT
France, is wafted
"Kid McCov." the '
known to the regis
trar of births in In
diana as Norman
Sqlby, has "gone
and done it again."
This is the eighth
time. N.. Selbv,'s"
eighth happy bride was Mrs Val
entine Hein, a widow, blue-eyed
blond, and daughter of the "Hon
duras king," who isn't at "till
pleased with his new son-in-law.
LEAD IN N. Y. TURKEYS
New York, Dec. 20 Inspec
tors have been busy stopping the
practice of .some dealers in load
ing turkeys with lead before
weighing them for the housewife.
It is estimated that last year New
York paid for 1,000,000 pounds of
lead when it bought holiday
First Man "They say corpor
ations have "no souls."
Second Man "How about the