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iny thousands had died for this rag
doll! It was grotesque and pitifuL
The Scotchman laid the doll down
in the crater and flung a little earth
over it with his foot He looked up
at the faces of the enemy.
"It's for a trifle like this that good
men's lives have been flung away!"
he said bitterly.
There was silence, till a young stu
dent answered him:
"Are we any wiser?" he asked
The other appeared as if about to
answer him; but instead he turned
his back, and, calling his men,
marched them back toward the
trenches, under the muttering of the
ECONOMY IN COOKING! MEAT
By Biddy Bye
Meat pies represent a favorite
method of making a small amount
of fresh meat or left-over cooked
meat "go a long way." Either a
flour or a potato crust is used in such
Pork Pie No. 1.
Line a deep dish with a good pie
crust, as for chicken pie; put in a
layer of sliced sour apples; season
with sugar and spice, add a layer of
fresh, rather lean, pork, sliced thin,
season with salt and pepper; and
thus place alternate layers of apple
and pork, until the dish is nearly full;
put in a little water and cover with
the paste. Bake slowly.
Pork Pie No. 2.
Cut cold roast pork into small
pieces; sprinkle lightly with salt, pa
prika and celery salt; add 'a little
chopped parsley and grated onipn
and moisten with gravy. Place the
mixture in a thick layer in the bot
tom of a buttered baking dish. Have
in readiness 3 or 4 baked sweet po
tatoes, take out the edible pulp, add
a piece of butter, the yolk of one well
beaten egg, and a little milk with a
seasoning of Bait) and a. jnnch of
brown sugar. Beat the. potato un
very light, spread over the meat,
brush with melted butter and brown
in a hot oven. Serve in the baking
IS IT A VEIL OR A CAPE?
By Betty Brown
If you want something weird,
something "only a certain kind of a
girl can wear," I'll recommend you
to Peggy Hoyt, creator of fashions.
Here is what Peggy Hoyt calls a
"nun's veil" Many young women'
in New York are wearing them. The
face veil of lace is attached to the
draped veil of chiffon. The little hat
is of gray broadcloth with a Japan
ese trimming of vases and flowers.
Ye Cods! Have you seen the latest
sport suits for this coming summer?,
Great color schemes - "