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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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"It works Fve hit it!" gloated the
"gray-headed old reprobate," and so
he had. Mahala began to act meek.
One day as he was leaving the house
she came to him with a great bou
quet of her choicest flowers.
"Take them to "Nell," she spoke
weakly, "and ask them to come and
spend the day with us please!"
One day later Henry and the old
man danced a hilarious jig behind the
barn. A changed woman, Mrs. Rose
had at last gathered a loving flock
under the home roof. Old sores were
healed, old enmities forgotten and
the new Mahala put up a new motto
over the parlor mantel, reading: "It's
love that makes the world go round!"
FAVORITE RECIPES OF MOVIE
By Madeline Pardee
Unless a dumpling is well made it
isn't worth a sou. I say this advised
ly, because I have eaten many a
dumpling that weighed far too much
for its size and for the comfort of
my digestive organs.
I am going to tell you about the"
lemon dumpling which usually turns
out very well for the inexperienced as
well as the experienced cook.
One must have half a pound of
grated bread, one-quarter of a pound
of chopped suet, one-quarter of a
pound of moist sugar, two eggs and '
a large lemon.
Mix the bread, suet and moist
sugar together well Then add the
lemon peel which should be very fine
ly minced. Moisten the mixture with
the eggs and strained lemon juice.
Stir it all well. Then put mixture
into small buttered cups.
Tie these down and boil them for
three-quarters of an hour. Turn
them out on a dish, strew powdered
sugar over them and serve with wine
sauce. These are seasonable at any
time and will be sufficient for sis
FASHION'S FAVORITE FURS '
By Betty Brown 1
The once despised beaver is com
ing into its own 'again, not in the
guise of coats or barrel muffs, but as
an adornment for milady's frocks
and bonnets. Beaver bands on green
broadcloth which is now so popular
is the last word in smart trimming.
Raccoon with its pretty surface of
gray and brown, and its wearing
qualities is among the popular furs,
the wolf and the possum are also up
near the head of the process. "Sil
vered" fox not silver fox, is one of
the season's novelties. The silver
hairs are set in the fur singly to give
the silvery appearance.
Haitian general, having ordered a
glass eye, was dissatisfied with it and
returned it to the English manufac
turers, saying that 'the color resem
bled that of the Spanish flag, adding:
"I am far toop atriotic to wear any'
colors but those of my own country."
Many people who never "borrow
trouble" go out and buy it when they
get a second hand automobile.
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