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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 24, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 15

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ness of the newborn, is generally esti
mated to be responsible for at least
25 per cent of all cases of blindness
among children under observation in
schools for the blind. According to
all authorities the disease is easily
preventable.
HELPABABYLIVE!
W Help a baby live! We need them!
Are you a father? Fight for pure
milk!
Are you a mother? Feed your baby
breast milk!
Are Von unmarried? Heln the
U poor mothers secure clean surround
ings and the right food for their off
spring. Give the babies a chance!
Conditions under which they are
born kill most of the 300,000 who die
before the first year is up. Here's a
chance to do good. Work for pure
milk fresh air.
HELPABABYLIVE!
THERE'S "POINT" TO THE NEW
POINT GOWN
By Betty Brown.
The "point gown" is what a design
er of smart summer wear showed me
the other day when I asked to see
some of the new things for summer
some of the models that may be
accepted as correct for midsummer
days.
And the POINT of the fashion
news she gave me is that the gowns
we'll be wearing in the dog-days will
be just as cool and as bewitching as
the Dolly Vardens worn by our grand
mothers. This sketch which I made from a
gown designed by Mme. Hillquist of
the Fashion Art League of America
is made of novelty organdie with
sleeves of net, and side panels of net
in the little coatee. The three-tier
ruffle is pointed, the sleeves, the col
lar, the jabot effect at the neck all
give "point" to the general effect of
points and angles.
Embroidered batiste is used as a
foundation for the skirt and salmon
solor chenille roseubuds ornament the
upper ruffle of the tier. The girdle is
crushed apple green silk knotted in
the front and with a big bow at the
back.
o o
ORANGE CAKE
Cream 1 cup of butter with 2 cup
fuls of powdered sugar; beat in 1 at
a time the yolks of 5 eggs; sift 2 cup
fuls of flour with 2 teaspoonfuls of
baking powder; grate the rind of 1
orange, add it, and the juice to y2
cup of water, stir this into sugar and
eggs; fold in the flour and baking
powder and lastly add the whites of
3 eggs beaten to stiff froth.
Bake in 2 layers and when cold put
together with orange cream between
tie layers.

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