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"My-ship came in J
It was all radiant, and merry, and
wholesome the hayrack frolic and
the walk in the soft moonlight.
"You know, I must-see you safe
home just like the fairy god
mother.!" suggested Bert.
"As far as-the gate, then, only,"
bargained Dolly, "for you must know
there is a real practical grand
mother." "I shall make it the prime object of
my life to seek her good graces,"
"And thank you for restoring my
alleged the im- I lost slippers," said Dolly, as they
spoke a mutual good-night, if any
body else had found them "
"They would have been of little
use,' declared Bert "Cinderellas are
Dolly ran into the house, blushing
at the compliment.
Dolly ran into Bert's arms as he
came from an interview with the
dreadful grandmother, one starlight
evening about a week later.
"It's all right!" declared Bert ex
ultingly. "You are Cinderella and I
am the happy prince just as it was
in the fairy story book!"
MARY MANNERING'S ENGLISH
WHAT'FOOD KEEPS STAGE STARS SO YOUNG?
a delicious meat pudding. And this
fs the way she prepares it: .
Cut 2 pounds of beef into squares
and put it, without water or salt,
into the inner pan of a double boiler
and cover closely. Bring the water
slowly to a boil, but do not open for
3 hours; leave it to get cold covered.
Remove the meat and cook 2 quail
in the beef liquor until tender. Put
a layer of the beef in a deep dish;
next, one of oysters, then one of the
quail and kidney,, and over this bits
of marrow. Proceed in this manner
until materials are used up. Thicken
with browned flour enough beef stock
to cover; season with pepper, salt
and a little kitchen-bouquet. Cover
-with puff paste an inch thick. Bake
an hour and serve hot.
By Caroline Coe.
Mary Mannering is very domestic
in her tastes and in her beautiful De
troit home she delights in having h'er
friends about her table. At these
times she is very .apt to serve them
One square box of big blue or red
plums. Take out pits. Add to plums
two pounds of best sultana raisins,
three pounds of sugar and four or
anges put through coarse grinder.
Mix all together and cook slowly for
forty minutes Seal while hot.
Alice How chivalrous Mr. Dunk
ley isl lie never 'addresses me with
out beginning "Fair miss." Dick
Oh, that's a force of habit. He used
to be a conductor.