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wrecking furniture. The horses
were cut by flying glass.
At the corner of 11th and Cen
ter the driver found the wagon,
and a few empty bottles.
(Editor's Note This beer
wagon was upset early this morn
ing. We didn't hear of it until
2:30 because our reporter was
chasing the beer wagon.)
Over at Madison and Market
streets a driver for the Franklin
McVeagh Co., wholesale gro
cers, was chaperoning a load of
fruit, vegetables and canned
goods, and wondering whether
Franklin would cut wages when
he lost his job as secretary of the
A rear wheel came off, the
wagon sagged down, and fruit,
vegetables, canned goods and
driver slid to the street. While
the driver was trying to quiet his
horses several messenger boys
sneaked up and kidnaped the
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LENT STARTS TODAY
Today is Ash Wednesday, be
ginning of Lent. Lent lasts 40
days, closing Easter Sunday,
which this year falls on earliest
possible date, March 23.
Dean Walter T. Sumner an-
would be held at noon every day 9
during Lent at Chicago Opera
House. Begin at 12:10.
In all Catholic churches there
will be special services every
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Many out of town reverends
and bishops will speak here.
Usual banquets and celebra
tions in honor of St. Patrick will
violate no obligation, although it
is proable that the programs will
be less festal than usual.
Whip 3 eggs light, add 4 table
spoons of milk and a teaspoon of
flour if preferred. While beating
the eggs have the pan heating.
At the same time a tablespoon of
butter placed in it will melt.
When the latter is sizzling, pour
in the omelet and let set. When
cooked sufficiently to fold over,
place on one-half of it a cup of
apple sauce or finely chopped ap
ple. Fold over and serve.
Another recipe for the omelet
may be made in this way: Stew,
then mash, 8 large apples. Put
through a colander." Add 1 cup of
sugar and 1 tablespoon butter.
Let cool; whip in 4 eggs beaten
separately. Place in baking dish.
Put into rather quick oven and
bake till brown.