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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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ganlzation, Jane Addams, first vide
president, and Mrs. Desha Brecken
ridge, second vice president , with
Mrs. Medill McCormick, chairman of
the congressional committee of the
national organization, will meet a
committee from the Senate and the
House, at Washington.
These committees were named, re
spectively, by Vice President Mar
shall and Speaker Clark, through the
good offices of the congressional
committee.
The four leading suffragists will
carry with them and present the peti
tions.asking for a federal amendment
giving the right to vote to all women
in the United States.
These petitions were signed May
2, the day simultaneous suffrage
demonstrations were .held in each
state of the union.
DRIED APRICOT SHERBET
Soak half a pound of dried apricots
in cold water over night: in morning
pour off water, strain over apricots
and add enough boiling-water to cook,
soft enough to put through sieve
Cool and put through fine sieve, add
the water the apricots have been
cooked in. There should be 1 quart
of apricot pulp, and 1 quart of the
liquid in which the apricots were boil
ed. Add 2 cups of sugar, juice of 2
lemons, mix thoroughly, then freeze.
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DORCHESTER POTATOES
To two cups of hot mashed potato
add two tablespoons of butter, one
half cup of grated cheese", yolks of
three eggs, slightly beaten. Salt and
pepper to taste. Beat all together five
minutes. Make into balls and set aside
to become cold and firm. Roll in
crumbs, then in beaten egg, again in
crumbs and fry in deep fat. Drain and
serve. -
NO STAGE' CAREER' FOR' NEW
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The General Federation of Wo
men's Clubs has passed a resolution
urging its members to promo'te the
introduction of simple and dignified
forms of dancing.
New York. Mrs. Philip M. Lydig,
New York society leader and a noted
beauty, is not going to give up so
ciety, and she is not going on the
stage.
This double-headed announcement
comes from Paris, where Mrs. Lydig
is studying dramatic art under the
direction of Mme. Sarah Bernhardt.
The New York social leader has un
usual dramatic talent,, but she de
clares she is" riot "developing it for ex
ploitation on the-stage, f j
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