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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 12, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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'the ground, benumbed and overcome.
Sravely, Tiowever, she fought her way
against the wintry blast. She located
the address given on the card, a great
ornate mansion on a fashionable
thoroughfare. Floribel had just suf
ficient strength to. totter up the steps
and ring the doorbelTwhen her senses
reeled and she sank to the cold mar
ble step unconscious.
There she had been found by Mrs.
Neal. Floribel awoke to find herself
in a luxurious bed, a beautiful lady
hovering over her. What loving
grateful arms inclosed her, as she
told her story so simply in its naive
recital, but meaning so much' to the
proud Willis family!
And it was in silken attire, a trans
formed Floribel, that Arlo Willis saw
the lovely ward of his sister the next
day.
Like one transported to a perfect
paradise the sweet little waif entered
upon her new life.
Her bright ways, her gratitude, her
beauty and then her fervent love ap
pealed tOjtthe great nature of Arlo
Willis. 4p
The Jacobs people never saw her
again, but society did. In all her bril
liant loveliness, loyal, unspoiled, ra
diantly happy, the humble child of
the lonely rag warehouse became the
reigning bride of the season.
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SAYINGS OF MR. MOUSE
WOA7?AS SfAJO CAJ J
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SHE ISFAIRY GODMOTHER to
SOLDIERS' BABIES
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Countess Madalaine Hunyadi of
Hungary, godmother of 37 babies i
children of men who have died in bat
tle. The countess will pay for the
upbringing of her family of babies.
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TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE 1
By Caroline Coe
Spanish Roast Use 2 pounds of
round steak and 1 pound of pork
shoulder. Grind the meats thorough
ly with a meat grinder. Mix 1 egg, 1 .
cupful of crackers and a little sliced
onion. Heat 2 cupfuls of tomatoes,
either canned or fresh. Season them
with salt and pepper and add a pinch
of soda.
Before the meat is done use part
of the tomatoes for making a gravy
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