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sume the responsibilities of the
shirkers. It forces one to do the
work of two.
jPerhaps it would have been as well
for society's average integrity of
character if "I wish" had been left
out of the language.
We will always manage to gratify
our needs somehow. We will find
food when we are hungry and beds
when we are tired.
But the things 'we envy others are
usually superfluities, things which
clutter up our minds and our hous
es, things we can get along without,
and nine times out of ten would be
better off without
(What do you covet most? Read
what Mrs. Wilcox says about "Cov
etousness" in our next issue and. see
if you agree with her.)
UNCLE SAM'S RECIPE
By Biddy Bye
Trimmings from fresh meat and
left-overs from cooked meat may be
utilized in various made dishes or
can be put to good use in the soup
Women who practice this kind of
economy are not "close." They are'
wisely taking Uncle Sam's . experi
ments, made in his great national'
kitchens, as a guide.
Here is one of his tested recipes
for using up left-overs:
Meat and Tomato Pie
This dish presents an excellent
.way of using up small quantities of
either cold beef of cold mutton. If
fresh tomatoes are used, peel and
slice them; if canned, drain off the
Place a layer of tomato in a bak
ing dish, then a layer of sliced meat,
and over the two dredge flour, pep
per and salt; repeat until the dish is
nearly full, then put in an extra layer
of tpmato and cover the whole with
a' layer of pastry or of bread or
When the quantity of meat is
small it may be' "helped out" by
boiled-potato.es or other suitable veg
etables. A fqw oysters or. mush
rooms improve the flavor, especially
when beef is'uaed. "
The pie will heed to be baked from
half an hour to an hour, according to
its size and the hqat of .the oven.
(Another recipe by Uncle Sam
- -r-O -0 -YOUNG
DUKE' WOULD . FIGHT
JUKE- 3& CHAULNES.
Young Duke de Chaulnes, grand
son of Theodore P. Shonts, million
aire head of the New York subway
system, is shown here in the uniform
of a French, piou piou. Although he
has expressed eagerness to go to the
front for France, he b Kept with his
mother, who was Miss Theodora
Shonts, New York society leader, at
White Sulphur Springs, Va.
A lifetime's unhappiness may oft
be traced to anifl-timed taunt.