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waltz, while more graceful, is more
difficult to master. I have already
suggested figures In the latter dance.
The canter is merely the "lame duck"
step done to waltz time. While the
"box turn" may be resorted to as a
variation, it is not easily accon
plished. The "pivot," however, is the
best turn. The first figure consists of
the straight walk, lady backwards;.
Then pivot turn. Repeat first figure,
then "draw step" as in one step.
TODAY'S LENTEN DISH
r By Caroline Coe
Lentil Croquettes.' Soak one-half
cup of lentils and one-half cup of
large, dry lima beans over night in
enough cold water to ver them. In
the morning turn off any water there
may be on them and puts the beans
over the fire in saucepan with 3 pints
of water, 1 tablespoonful (each) of
minced onion, chopped carrot,
minced parsley and 2 tablespoonfuls
of chopped celery. Cook all together
till the lentils are very soft.
Drain and press through a sieve.
To the pulp add 1 egg and beat at
least 3 minutes. Add one-half cup
of fine bread crumbs and salt to taste.
Put 1 melted tablespoonful of but
ter in pan and stir in 1 tablespoonful
of flour. Blend till smooth, add one
half cup of thin cream and cook slow
ly 2 minutes. Combine the lentils
and the cream mixture. Set aside to
cool. Form into any desired shape,
dip in crumbs, then beaten eggs, then
crumbs, and fry in deep, hot fat.
DIVORCE RING IS NEWEST FAD
. ' San Francisco, Cal. If you're a
divorcee and want to let the world
know about it without having to an
swer a lot of embarrassing ques
Wear your wedding ring on your
That's the style set here by Mrs.
Etta Stone Creely whose matrimonial
bonds were recently severed, and
whiqh promises to become all the
"What are the fashions going Jfco
be for wearing wedding rings this
year among divorcees?" asked Judge
Thomas P. Graham, who untied the
knot for Mrs. Creely.
"On the Mttle finger," replied she,
"but I'll have to get another ring. My
husband took mine a few days after
our marriage and I fear the interest
on it would be more than its value."
Cook The tea is quite exhausted,
Mistress I noticed that it seemed
very weak the last time. Boston
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