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shown wearing a gray canton crepe
frock, very easy to make and very
The upper part of the waist is made
of white embroidered crepe and the
lower part is the same as the skirt.
The lace bodice and collar, give it a
very soft touch.
The skirt is made plain, with a
tunic which drops to the knees. Two
bands, which are first accordion
pleated, run through a cable cord
from the trimming on the skirt.
A TIDY WOMAN.
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"What, you came out of the house
and left your wife to be rescued -by
"Don't judge me harshly, old fel
low. She insisted upon setting the
room in order before she would
Butter a pie pan, spread a thin
layer of bread crumbs on the bottom.
Season with paprika, a little salt and (
a thin layer of grated cheese. Add j
another layer of crumbs and cheese
until pan is filled. Dot top with but
ter and turn over one cup of milk .
into which has been beaten one egg.
Bake in quick oven 15 minutes. Cut
in pie shape pieces and serve.
CITY COUNCIL TOUCHES ON
" Outsiders looking for work from
the city had the door shut on them
last night by the city council. By a
resolution from Aid. Cullerton, the
mayor was instructed that "the resi
dent unemployed be first favored"
by all department heads this winter.
"Just preceding the winter season
each year there is a great influx of
the unemployed and fundless ele
ment into this city," said the resolu
tion. "It appears that this element
is made up in large part of men who
are not citizens of Chicago, some of
whom either from the seasonable na
ture of their employment or from a
desire to obtain an easy existence
without effort, at the expense of the
city, thrust themselves upon us. This
yearly influx places an unjust bur
den upon our already overtaxed city
treasury, charitable institutions and
the sympathetic and philanthroplcal
ly inclined people at a time when
there is a dearth of employment."
Investigation by state's attorney
into an alleged professional lobby
operating in city hall was requested.
Con men claiming they have influ
ence at city hall and can "fix" alder
men alleged to be at work.
Ordinances passed stopping short
time deposits of city funds in banks,
with proviso that no bank shall get
city funds unless it can show govern
ment statements of its condition.
Committee on civil service ordered
to consider giving police rchief right
to promote patrolmen one grade for
acts of bravery.
Ordered building department to
hold back First Cavalry Armory con
struction permit till property own
Aid. Lindheimer's proposed $1,000,
000 bond issue for playgrounds to be
voted on at spring election referred
to finance committee.