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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 03, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 10',
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her in collecting $250,000 alimony
from her Prince from whom she has
The split betweeu the American
girl and the Egyptian prince was
caused, it is stated, by the husband's
extreme jealousy.'sIhe prince Is well
educated, an Oxford graduate, and
his income totals $20000 a year,
which he collects from the Egyptian,
government As Olga Humphrey, his
wife won considerable fame on the
stage and at the time of her retire
ment from the footlights to become a
princess she was earing $750 a week.
Miss Humphrey has written a let
ter to Secretary of State Bryan,
through her attorney, in regard to a
settlement, in jWhich fe charged
that the prince deserted her In Paris,
leaving her without funds And de
pendent upon the charity of friends.
ITALIAN CROQUETTES AS MADE
BY MRSCHAUNCEY DEPEW
Mrs. Chauncey Depew.
Mrs.' Chauncey Depew had the
reputation of giving the best chafing
dish suppers in Washington, while
her husband was in the Senate.
Mrs. Chauncey Depew makes very
delicate things on her chafing dish,
and one of her most successful dishes
is that of Italian croquettes.
She has some macaroni cooked for
her which she cuts into small rings,
when cold, to make two cupfuls. Aft
er a half cup of butter is melted in
the chafing dish, an ounce of "flour
is stirred into it until smooth and
then half a cup of milk is added.
This whole is now stirred rapidly
over the lamp until it boils and
thickens. Finally the macaroni is put
in the satice, together with two'
ounces of Parmesan cheese and half
an ounce of grated gruyers cheese.
The yolk of an egg is whipped lightly -and
added at last with a teaspoon of
paprica and a pinch of salt After
boiling "the whole mixture 'for a few
moments, it is removed from the
lamp and when cool enough is shaped
Into round balls, brushed over with
white of egg and bread crumbs and
fried brown in hot oil in the chafing
Each, of thess smoking croquettes
are served on a dainty lettuce leaf.
v Daily Healthogram.
Persons addicted to the excessive
use of tea, coffee, alcohol and tobacco
are often subject to headache from
poisoning of the system by these
substances. Tea, coffee and tobac
co poisoning often cause palpitation
of the heart also. Be moderate.
A traveler was boasting to an Irish
man about the speed of English
trains. "Why, Pat," said the traveler,
"we run our trains., so fast that the
telegraph poles look like a continu
ous fence." "Do they, flow?" said.
Pat "Well, sir, I was wan day on a
train In Ireland, and, as we passed
first a field of turnips, then wan of
carrots, "then wan of cabbage; and
then a large pond of water, we were
goin that 'fast I thought: it was
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