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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20',
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you remember that day in the gar
den?" The story spread like wildfire, and
soon Robert Dalelearned of it. To
him the sweet littleehild whose sim
ple action had saved him from going
down a wreck, was as an angel of
mercy, sent to guide him in the dark
est hour of his career.
Not only for him, but for others
who had felt the gentle, hopeful in
fluence of little Flora, the rare per
fume of her loving soul seemed to
diffuse hope aud happiness every
where. As Robert Dale left the Easton
home the following day the lofty
flight of a bird appeared to symbol
ize the purified aspirations of his bet
ter nature. The lark was flying
straight into the face of the glowing
sun, its wild, glorious note echoing
like a call to life, to duty. Then it
was lost to view, but in the fervor of
his grateful nature, to Robert Dale
it seemed as though the lark was
singing at heaven's gate!
Pick cherries over carefully, pack
closely in jar, and cover them with
the following: To each pint of vine
gar add 1 pound of sugar, a few all
spice and a stick of cinnamon. Boil
this, skim and turn boiling hot over
cherries in the jar, allowing plenty of
liquid to entirely cover the fruit. Put
thick layer of cotton batton over top
of jar, and tie down tightly. Allow to
stand 3 days, drain off liquid. Scald
and skim and turn back over fruit.
Let stand 2 days, drain, scald, skim
and turn over fruit and cover with
cotton tied down tight.
Keep in cool place. Great care must
be taken when removing cherries
from jar, not to get juice on cotton or
top of jar.
"What does Algernon call his motor
"Depends on how the engine is
SHEER BLOUSES OVER PRETTY
It looks as though the universal
wearing of the blouse is the last flare
of a fashion that has lasted for at
reast twenty years.
Colored blouses of chiffon have
been worn more than, white.
With these blouses you must wear
the new corset cpver, which is a
dream of lace and embroidery.
Government statistics show that
Americans are drinking less "'whisky
and using more tobacco than a year
ago. Maybe the tobacco increase is
I due to lady smokers.