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BEAUTIFUL ENGLISH WOMAN
REVIVES OLD FAD
his vineyard to bud, blossom'and bear
God bless you, dear. Madge.
(To Be Continued Tomorrow.)
FIG AND NUT JELLY
Wash a cup of pulled figs in cold
water. Put over slow fire with two
cups of cold water and stew figs until
tender. Skim out figs and to the juice
add one-half cup of sugar and boil
until it is like thin syrup (there
should be one cup of liquid). Chop
figs and one-quarter cup of shelled
pecans not very fine. Soak one-half
box of gelatine In one cup of cold
water for half an hour. To the gela
tine add half a teaspoon of lemon
juice, and to the fig syrup add one
half cup of boiling water and one
half cup of sherry. Strain through
fine sieve or piece of cheese cloth.
When nearly set add nuts and figs.
Turn into molds and set in cool place
for three hours. Serve with whipped
The onion is considered the most
valuable of all cooking flavoring ex
cept salt. It possesses strong irritant
properties; is diuretic and stimulating
and is supposed to promote sleep.
The young spring onions are most
delicious cooked. Pell off first layer
of skin, clip the green tops, lay in
cold water for half an hour, drain,
put into saucepan with hot water just
to cover them. Cover tightly. Cook
until tender. Salt after cooking.
Drain off water. Cover with rich
cream sauce and serve. May be serv
ed on toast same as asparagus.
Miss Young (to old conductor)
However did -people get along when
the street cars were unheated?
Old Conductor Well, Miss, we had
one sure way of raising the tempera
ture. We would carry a woman half
a block further than she wanted to
go, and it would be .hot enough tor a
while, believe me. .
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Cherries are ripe.
Anyway, they soon will be ripe in
the shops where you buy your" dainty
The Marchioness Townshed, one
of the most beautiful women of Eng
land, has set a new style that of
wearing upon her fair head a spray
of glistening red cherries and green
Oh, hardly that, for doubtless
Mother Eve doubtless adorned herself
thus in Eden, but letus say that Lady1
Townshedhas revived the fad.
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