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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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SUCCESSOR-TO DEAD W. C. T. U.
PRESIDENT
S -i Gpf-dort
Portland, Me. As vice president-at-large
of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Association Miss Anna
A. Gordon of Evanston, HL, succeeds
the late Mrs. Lillian M. N. Stevens as
president of the 'W. G. T. U., an of
fice first held by .Frances Willard.
The new president was Frances Wil
lard's private secretary for 21 years.
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PEACHES WITH ORANGE JELLY
Drain the juice from halves of pre
served peaches and set peaches in
cool place. Take one-half box of any
powdered gelatine and put over it one
cup of orange juice. When soft turn
one cup of hot peach syrup over
orange juice and gelatine. Stir until
dissolved. Allow to cool and when be
ginning to set beat to foam with dov
er beater. Fill the peaches with the
beaten orange gelatine and set aside
to get firm". When ready to serve
whip one" cup of cream until stiff, add
one cup of peach syrup and turn over
peaches and serve with angel cakes.
ANIMALS YOU OUGHT TO KNOW
The capybara looks like a clumsy
little guinea pig, but he swims like a
fish and he's as much at. home in the
water as any of the finny tribe. Some
of his aquatic tricks are high diving
and long swims under water.
The capybara is-found in the rivers
of South -America, and if he'd just
keep in the rivers he'd be all right,
but quite often he wanders out and
raids the sugar cane fields and does a
great deal of damage to the sugar
crop". As he feeds only on vegetable
matter he keeps the banks of the
South American rivers free of vege
tation and the beds of the streams
where the capybara lives is never
choked with moss or weeds.
CREAM OF LETTUCE SOUP
Use coarse leaves of lettuce or any
that has become a little wilted. Wash,
tear in pieces or chop not too fine.
Put in double boiler, with a -little
onion or few celery tops. Cook until
all may be mashed. Put through
soup strainer. To each cup of let
tuce pulp add one and one-half cups
of milk, one teaspoon of butter
blended with one-half teaspoon of
flour. Boil all up quickly. Salt after
taking from fire. Serve with toast
squares.
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"Many a pair of patched trousers
covers an honest heart," according,
to a Birmingham paper. Drat those
new French styles of weariug-pants,
anyhow,
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