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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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TULIP BREAD FOR THE DUTCH
Holland, the land of tulips, is going
to eat tulip bread owing to the scar
city of wheat and the difficulty of
importing any. A baker in Breda
had the ingenious idea of baking
bread made from flour composed of
two-thirds wheat and one-third
ground tulip bulbs.
The bread tastes well, is very nour
ishing and very cheap, owing to the
vast stock of tulip bulbs available
everywhere in Holland. The associ
ation of Dutch bakers has officially
sanctioned tulip bread and a loaf has
been presented to the minister of
war, who has recommended it for
army use.
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How short is our happiness. This
morning we saw a Christmas tree
dragging at the toil of a garbage cart
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