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(With Regards to the Pujo Committee.)
We are looking, we are looking for the Masters of Finance,
And it's no use fleeing from us as we dauntlessly advance
With a summons and subpoena and a warrant in our hand
And with double barreled questions and an air of stern command;
We are trailing wily captains of the wicked system camp
And the malefactors tremble when they hear our sturdy tramp;
There are men of mighty millions who were never known to quail
Till they heard us stepping softly as we hit upon their trail.
Let the Wall Street powers, thunder, we are not a bit afraid,
We're the bravest little hunters that you ever say arrayed.
We've been probing, poking, peeking through the jungle where they
And when we've got 'em captured through our skill and courage
The fierce and savage monsters who are feared in every home;
We'll put 'em on the witness stand and make 'em testify.
We're out for big game hanting
And when at last we've got 'em,
Core, pare and slice tart apples
enough to make one pint. Stew
these with a dessertspoon each of
butter and water. Be careful not
to burn. Then mash as for apple
sauce. Place'in double boiler and
cook till reduced and the apple
seems dry. Have ready 1-3 cup of
corn starch, mixed smooth, with
a little cold water, and stir into
the apple with a pinch of salt add
ed. Let cook 15 minutes. Just he-
-there's a lot upon our list,
we shall slap 'em on the wrist!
fore removing add one beaten
egg, whipping as it cooks. Then
place all in a flat, wet mold or
deep dish to cool.
When it is needed, drop a tea
spoon of the mixture into fine dry
bread or cracker crumbs, then in
to an egg, beaten, and again into
crumbs. Place in deep frying ket
tle in boiling fat until brown.
Drain thoroughly and serve with
fowl. If you like it will add to
flavor to spice these croquets with