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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1912, Image 23',
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was lucky because it made the
natives friendly. A trading
schooner picked the party up
after two weeks on the island.
Mrs. Andresen was asked how
sh,e enjoyed her honeymoon.
"I'd have enjoyed it splendid
ly," she said, "if I hadn't read so
many stones of South Sea canni
bals. Every time I saw one of the
natives rubbing his stomacb and
they always seemed to be doing it
I felt queer, creepy little shiv
ers go up and down my back."
What would you have done if
the Watson had gone down while
you t were in the small boat?
Would you have rowed away?"
"I'd have gone back and re&f
cued my husband," said the bride,
and snuggled more closely to Cap
tam Andresen, who was blushing
through the tan.
GREAT UNION PARADE, '
The big union labor parade on
Saturday afternoon, June 22,
will form at the Second Regiment
Armory and follow the following
line of march: Curtis to Ran
dolph to Franklin to Adams to
State to 16th to Michigan, wind
ing up at the First Regiment Ar
mory, where the big mass meet
ing will be held.
In the permit granted by Chief
McWeeny the following restric
tions were imposed: "It is under
stood no banners will be per
mitted in the parade holding up
any person to ridicule, etc. Not
allowed to stand and cause a dem
onstration in front of anyplace of
This is to protect Hearst and
Andy Lawrence from banners
telling what unionists think of
them. Also to prevent serenading
any of the trust newspaper offices.
Use large firm cherries. Put in
front of you a soup plate contain
ing the whites of 3 eggs mixed
with 5 tablespoons of cold water.
Put another plate filled with pow
dered sugar at the right of you
ahd have the bowl of cherries, at
your left Dip each cherry in the
water and white of egg. Turn it
over and over in the sugar and
lay on a chilled platter to dry.
When all have been treated to
this coating of white sift more
powdered sugar over the fruit.
Arrange carefully on a glass dish,
China and India contain one
half the people of the world.