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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 16, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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Ames was still the rightful owner of
the Newell estate.
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SHE'S PRETTIEST GIRL IN THE
WORLD GRAND DUKE SAYS
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t&zi-rie Tejlei.
' New York. "The most beautiful
girl in the world," has returned from
Europe that is to say, Miss Marie
Tailer, pronounced by the Grand
Duke Michaelovitch of Russia the
most beautiful girl in the world, has
come back to America to help enliven
the summer season at Newport.
Miss Tailer is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Lee Tailer; her beauty
has attracted attention in Europe as
well as America and the czar's cousin
isn't the only one who has-cailed her
"the most beautiful girl in the wprkL"
STEWED TOMATOES ' -
Put 12 ripe tomatoes to boiling
water. (Use a long-handled wire
scoop and put them into tea kettle
of boiling water. Allow to remain un
til you count ten.) Turn cold water
on and the peel will slip off easily.
When peeled cut them into slices, re
ject the stem-end slice.
Put tomatoes in granite pan with
y2 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of
white sugar. Stew 20 minutes. Add a
tablespoon of butter, and a dash of
cayenne, just before serving.
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CANNED PEAS
Shell peas and pack closely in cans.
Add to each quart one teaspoon of
salt and one teaspoon of sugar dis
solved in a little water. Pill jars with
water. Put on covers, set jars In boil
er on Tack and fill boiler with water
enough to come up three oc four.,
inches on jars and boil there hours
Put in boiling water if needed to keep
water three or four inches deep. After
boiling three hours fasten tops and
rubbers. Seal tightly. Cool slowly in
boiler.
HOUSEHOLD HELPS
To remove paint from a dress take
a camel-hair brush, dip the point of
it in turpentine, and just damp the
parts that are stained. Let garment
dry, and then rub briskly, when the
paint will fall off in a dust. If it does
not come-off repeat the operation.
Blocks of camphor dispersed in all
corners of damp rooms in a new
house will effectually banish damp in
a very short time,- even when fires
have proved ineffectual. They should
be simply laid on paper, or on the
bare shelves of a damp room or linen .
closet. The blocks gradually decrease
in size, and when they finally dis
appear should be replaced until their
purpose is served.
Some people place a small bag of
unslaked lime inside the piano to keep
the damp away.. This prevents the
wires from rusting, and keeps the
piano in good condition.
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