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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20',
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been my helper," replied Mrs. Moore,
with a happy smile. "She is making
good headway toward a point where
she can earn her living."
"What! she, an heiress?" chal
lenged Clement incredulously.
"Let me tell you a story," said the
lady artist and she did.
"Now, then, Mr. Rowe," she re
marked brightly, "I am going to
leave you alone to renew your ac
quaintance with the wildwood
nymph you mourned as lost."
Blessed fate! The sunlight was
bright in that quiet studio, two
dauntless spirits met on the threshold
of a blissful destiny. The barrier of
fortune was gone, and they could
work and love together in the pure
simple glory of perfect harmony of
mind and souL
WOMEN WRITE COMMANDMENTS
FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP
"Ten commandments of good citi
zenship" have been formulated by the
T Chicago Woman's Aid, an organiza
tion headed by yMrs. Moses L. Pur
vin. Here they are:
1. Thou shalt honor they ycity and
keep its laws.
2. Remember thy cleaning day and
keep it wholly.
3. Thou shalt love and cherish thy
children and provide for them decent
homes and playgrounds.
4. Thou shalt not keep thy win
dows closed day or night.
5. Thou shalt keep in order thy al
ley, thy back yard, thy hall and thy
6. Thou shalt not kill thy children's
bodies with poisonous air nor their
souls with bad companions.
7. Thou shalt not let the wicked fly
8. Thou shalt not steal thy chil
dren's right to happiness from them.
9. Thou shalt bear witness against
thy neighbor's rubbish heap.
10. Thou shalt covet all the air and
sunlgiht thou canst obtain.
Put three cups of flour, one cup of
shortening, one teaspoonful of salt
and one teaspoonful of sugar into a
chopping bowL Chop until it looks
like coarse crumbs. Make a well in
the center and put in one-half cup of
ice water. Coax all together with a
chopping knife. Have a board lightly
floured. If there are a few crumbs
not mixed, spread them on the board
with the flour. Take one-third of the
pastry and put it on the board. Do
not handle. Roll it out (turning the
board instead of raising the crust) to
the shape of the pan. Take it up
with a long knife or a spatula, put it
on the pan, cut off the edges, and fill
the pie with fruit.
This amount of pastry will make
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Manchuria is making a new paint
out of the bean oil that is produced
there in tremendous quantities. The
paint is said to- be waterproof, fire-
1 proof, cheap and durable.
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