court by C. H. R. Slingsby's two
younger brothers who claimed
"Teddy" was the son of Lillian An
derson of San Francisco, and had
been adopted by the Slingsbys
through an advertisement. - . .
BLUE DRESS FOR SCHOOL WEAR
By Betty Brown
The 'pockets arex "make-believe"
and that's too bad, for every little
girl loves pockets. Otherwise this
little missie's dress is pretty and
practical for school wear.
It is made of navy blue gaberdine
stitched with red. The adjustable
belt and collar are white pique, but
red linen would be none m too gay for
the new blue frock. Tne panel ef-
feet, back and front and the full
gathered sides give comfortable'
width to the skirt ,
The largest duck farm in the world
is on Long Island. More than 14,
000 ducks are raised for the market
each year. The eggs -are gathered at
the rate of 1,800 a day.
HOW TO USE CHEAPER PIECES
OF LAMB AND MUTTON
By Biddy Bye
x Roast shoulder of mutton should
be served with turnips. t
Remove the bone or shoulder blade -
and fill the cavity with a bread crumb
stuffing, seasoned with sage or onion.
Sew up the slit and pour a cup of wa
ter into the pan. Cook about 15 min
utes to the pound.
Ragout of Mutton With Farina Balls
For the stew use iy2 pounds of
neck of mutto cut into small
pieces, 1 tablespoon butter, 1 table
spoon flour, 1 onion, 1 carrot, y2 can'
peas, 2 cups hot water, 1 teaspoon
salt, teaspoon pepper, 1 bay leaf,
sprig-parsley, 1 clove.
The ingredients required for the
farina balls are cup farina, 1 cup
milk, teaspoon salt, ys teaspoon pep-'
per, onion juice, y'dik 1 egg.
fut Duiter in irying pan. wnen
melted add flour and brown. Add
carrot and onion, cut in dice. Re
move and add meat, searing well. To
meat and vegetables add hot water
and seasonings. Put in a suitable
kettle, cover and simmer 2 hours.
Add peas 10 minutes before serving
in a dish with farina balls made as
Cook farina and milk in double
boiler 1 hour. Add seasoning and
well-beaten yolk. Stir well and cooL
When cold roll into balls. Dip in egg
and crumbs and fry in deep fat. Rice
may be used in a similar way.
(In tomorrow's' Day Book Biddy
Bye will tell about the cheaper cuts
of pork.) '
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Dec 5, 1761. The French gov
ernor of Louisiana sent an urgent ap
peal to the home government for
presents for tlje Indians of the Mis
sissippi valley, who were helping in
the French and Indian war. He said
that unless the Indians were soon
appeased they would turn to the
English and the French cause would
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