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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 26, 1912, Image 11',
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ANOTHER 'LITTLE, TOUCH
Chicago, just recovering from
the blizzard of a week ago, was
dealt another staggering c hjow
this morning, an drailroads and
street car schedules, which were
being-brought to a ndrmal'state,
were again demoralized. At least
one man is known to have, died
here as a result of the storm.
Thousands of the unemployed
were again given a chance for
work. Every street car line and
railroad running into the city
had more jobs clearing away the
snow than it could fill. -Traffic
was badly hampered.
HenryrKoenig, 940 Concord
place, lost his life in the storm.
He was found unconscious with
his spine fractured in front of
956 Willow street. He is thought
to have slipped on the ice pave
ment. Ko'enig was removed to
a hospital, but died without re
gaining consciousness. ,
The weather bureau , predicts
fair tomorrow, with lower tem
Throughout the southwest and
to the north of Chicago the storm
was even more sever. Winds of
cyclonic velocity took a heavy toll
of life in Arkansas. At Almyra,
a small town near Little Rock,
eight persons were killed when a
whirlwind swep" through the
Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri,
Arkansas and portions of Iowa
and Nebraska are in the grip of
Madison, Wis., Milwaukee and
Minneapolis, are buried under
tons of snow.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Irish Potato Doughnuts To
2 cups of mashed Irish potatoes
which have cooled add 3 table
spoons of butter, 2 cups sugar, 1
cup sweet milk, 3 well-beaten
eggs V teaspoon of salt, 5 tea
spoons baking powder sifted in 1
pint of flour, or enough to roll.
Mix into soft dough and roll thin.
When done roll in powdered
Spanish Salad. Cut the con
tents of 1 canof pimentos in long
strips. With scissors cut fine the
tender part of a stalk pf celery.
Strip 1 cup of olives from seeds.
Serve with oil mayonnaise on
crisp lettuce leaves.
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