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son she lives in a state of strife with
his wife. This kind of human inter
est story is ugly and sordid, never
theless, almost every community has
just such a case.
Sometimes the mother thinks she
knows best what kind of a girl her
son should marry. So she picks out
his wife for him, by indirect and un-
TO HER cSOK
A MINISTERING AWQEL
definable but nevertheless perfectly
That a loving mother can watch
over and guide her darling boy to
his advantage is an unpleasant truth,
but it is one which much be accepted.
(Woman as she is to her daughter
in The Day Book tomorrow.)
Cuttlefish preserved in its own ink
is the only preserved-in-ink. foodstuff
MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT
By Biddy Bye.
The high price of eggs, potatoes
and canned foods makes Lenten
cooking this year far more difficult
than usual. Eggs will not be used in
this series of menus and recipes, ex
cept when required as an ingredient
in some made dish.
Lenten Menus For'One Day.
BREAKFAST Sliced bananas and
cream; rice gems; coffee or cocoa.
LUNCHEON Apple slump, or
corn starch blanc mange and milk;
nut bread; tea.
DINNER Cream of bean soup;
cornmeal cutlets; browned potatoes;
peas; lettuce salad; coffee.
Corn Meal Cutlets.
Make a well cooked corn meal
mush and turn it into a bread tin
which has been wet in cold water.
When the mush is cold, slice 'it and
dip the slices ia bread crumbs; place
them in a well buttered pan and bake
in a quick oven until a fine brown
color.' Serve with syrup.
Sift 214 cups'of flour with 4 table
spoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons
sugar and y2 teaspoon salt. Mix
y cup of milk with cup
hot cooked rice; add y cup of
milk and one beaten egg to the flour
mixture; beat the rice into the flour
and add 2 tablespoons melted but
ter. Bake in well buttered gam pans.
Cream of Bean Soup.
Soak 1 cup white beans over night;
'drain and boil in 3 pints of water;
when tender, rub through a sieve
and mix the pulp with the water in
which the beans were boiled. Rub 2
tablespoons of butter into an equal
amount of flour and thicken 2 cups
of milk with the paste. Add 2 tea
spoons salt, 1 teaspoon onion juice,
and a seasoning of pepper if it is
liked. Turn the mashed beans into
the white sauce, and boil 5 minutes,
stirring to prevent burning. Serve