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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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people prevents an elopement. Each
of the trio returns to his or her life
of emptiness and hopelessness.
A. E. Anson is the husband. Cecil
Yapp does remarkable work in the
character of a madman who plays
an important part in the story. The
piece has been magnificently staged
by Ames. The lighting effects are
among the most remarkable ever
seen m this city.
POPCORN FINE FOR "SWEET
For popcorn candy, put 1 tatile,
spoonful of butter into a kettle with
3 tablespoonfuls of water and 1 cup
ful of white sugar. Boil until ready
to candy. Then put in 3 quarts of
nicely popped corn. Stir vigorously
until the sugar is evenly distributed
over the corn. Take the kettle from
the fire and stir contents until it cools
a little. In this way you may have
each kernel separate and all coated
with sugar. To prevent scorching
this must have "your undivided at
tention all the time it is being cooked.
Almonds, English walnuts, or, in
fact, any nuts, are nice prepared in
Take 3 large ears of popcorn.
Rice corn is best. After popping
shake it down in the pan so the un
popped corn will settle at the-bottom.
Put the popped corn in a greased
pan. For the candy take 1 cupful of
molasses, 1 cup of light brown or
white sugar, 1 tablespoonful of vine
gar. Boil until it will harden in water.
Pour on the corn. Stir with a spoon
until thoroughly mixed. Then mold
into ball3 with the hand.
LONG SLEEVE, HIGH NECK;
THATS 1915 STYLE
By its sleeves you may know the
lingerie gown of 1915. The new
sleeve not merely covers the arm, but
it slips down over the hand and
leaves only the finger tips exposed.
The neck of the 1915 maid will be as
carefully concealed as her hands, for J
the dollar" of the lingerie gown reach
es right up-tothechln.
In the ."model Illustrated, white net
and filet lace are combined. The gir
dle, the collar and the sleeves are
made of pink, mesaline.