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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 24, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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UR OLD FAVORITE ASTRAKHAN
WITH US AGAIN
Remember the gray astrakhan so
fashionable about 15 years ago?
.Well, It's back in style again. See
how smart it looks on the suit which
Mary Hawksworth, society dancer,
exhibited at the recent "Made in
America" fashion exposition in New
York.
The costume is made of green
blue cloth and the collar and cuffs
are trimmed with deep bands of as
trakhan or krimmer, as "most peo
ple call it. A narrow band of krim
mer gives a bit of color to the
Hawksworth hat and adds to the
smartness of the costume.
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OLD FASHIONED CAKE FOR
THANKSGIVING
Marble cake, a rich but wholesome
cake that held high favor with our
grandmothers, is a good cake for
the Thanksgiving day dinner.
To make it, cream three-fourths of
a cup of butter with two cups of
sugar. Add four eggs, one at a time,
beating in each one thoroughly. Sift
three cups of flour three times with
four even teaspoons of baking pow
der. Stir into eggs and butter alternate
ly one cup of sweet milk and the
three cups of flour. Stir the mix
ture until smooth. Flavor with va
nilla. Place one-third of the dough
in another bowl. Add to this one
quarter bar of grated chocolate, one
even teaspoon of cinnamon, one-half
teaspoon cloves and a little grated
lemon peel.
Into well-greased tube pan place
layer of white dough, then dot this
layer with the dark, then another
layer of white, then dark. Continue,
leaving white layer for top of cake.
Bake forty-five minutes in very mod
erate oven.
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A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT
"There is considerable talk about
building a big auditorium here,"
stated the landlord of the tavern at
Polkville, Ark. "You see, a lot of our
best people got caught out in the rain
at the lynching the other night, and
like to have taken their deaths of
cold." Puck,
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