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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 17, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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be wholly in love with her if I stay
here. That might not suit you "
"Does it suit her?" challenged Mr.
Ross.
"I think so, I hope so?" answered
Bert.
"Then go and settle it with her and
decide on my offer."
And an hour later Bert had accept
ed the position, for Elsa had accepted
him.
STUFFED ONIONS
Boil large-sized onions until tender,
allowing one for each person to be
served. When they can be pierced
with a fork drain and set aside to
cool. Take great care to keep the
shape perfect. When cool, with
sharp knife remove center. Mix three
tablespoons of minced ham, three
tablespoons of bread crumbs, one
tablespoon of butter, one egg, three
tablespoons of milk together. Salt
to taste. Fill the space in each onion
with the mixture. Put in baking dish.
Dot each onion with butter. Add one
cup of sweet cream. Sprinkle with
bread crumbs. Bake in slow oven
half an hour.
WHAT DO YOU MEAN, FARCE?
Hash was a delicacy unknown to
the early Romans. When a cook in
the kitchen of Julius Caesar tossed a
few "left overs" together, he pepper
ed it and salted it and served as "far
cire." The dish was never known out
side of Rome, but the word traveled
over to France, and some time about
the 15th century French dramatists
began applying the word, which liter
ally means "stuffed," to a certain
kind of grotesque comedy. The Eng
lish adopted it and now it has uni
versal currency as applied to a form
of theatrical entertainment which
has no plot, but is "stuffed" with fun
and music and spiced with wit.
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"Mrs. Muchwed has certainly had a
very diversified life." "You mean di-volce-lfied.',
Bo&ton Transcnpt.
CROWS INTO HEART OF PUBLIC
AS SHE GROWS UP IN WORK.
'le-oruo'rKaiui.-
Eleanor Kahn is one of the Uttle
girls of the moving picture world
who has grown into the business and
into the hearts of the public at one
and the same time. She belongs to
the eastern company of the Essanay
players.
PLENTY
Counsel I'm sorry I couldn't do
more for you.
Convicted Client Don't" mention
it, guv-nor; ain't five years enough?
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Miss Jennie Butts, an aged spinster
in Ithaca, N Y., nao 27 cats, 13 cows
and 3 horses.
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