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glow of love in those intense eyes,
the secret of his soul and was glad!
(Copyright by ifc-G. Chapman.)
FORMER WASHINGTON BELLE
RETURNS TO CAPITAL
take up her official residence here.
Mrs. Wadsworth is the daughter of
the late John Hay and a native bf
Washington. She will probably oc
cupy her former home on Lafayette
Square when she comes to Washing
ton in March.
Y Washington. Mrs. James W.
Wadsworth, jr., wife of the senator
elect from New York, will be return
ing to her childhood home when she
gomes to Washington next March iq
YOU'LL NEVER MISS TURKEY
WHILE PORK IS ON TABLE
By Caroline Coe.
Turkey mayl)e king to some folks
on Thanksgiving day, but more than
one holiday dinner table will be
graced by a roast ofpork. that succu
lent dish of which poets sing and
over which epicureans smacked their
lips long before the first Thanksgiv
ing turkey was stuffed and basted.
Pork is considerably less expen
sive than turkey, and that's a recom
mendation not to be despised in
these days of high prices, but, aside
from economy, a roast of pork is a
dish fit even for so rare a day as
To prepare the roast, wipe the
pork, sprinkle with salt, pepper and
a little ginger. Place on rack in
roaster or in dripping pan, dredge
top with little flour, turn a cup of
boiling water over meat and put pan
into very hot oven. ' Keep steady, hot
fire for twenty minhtes. Lower heat
and roast the meat slowly, allowing
thirty minutes for each pound of
pork. The meat should be basted
every 20 minutes and turned often to
brown on all sides. Bake apples and
potatoes in the pan with the pork.
Make the gravy in the pan and allow
one tablespoonful of flour for each
cup ,of stock.
Blend flour with little cold water
or milk. When smooth turn slowly
into stock in pan. Stir constantly to
avoid lumps. Boil at least five min
utes. Stock used for gravy should ba'
nearly free from grease.
A series of scales to be adjusted to
a child's head have been invented to
insure, acgurate hair cutting.