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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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LOUISE HOMER WITH HER FAMILY, INCLUDING
THE LATEST LITTLE HOMER!
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They spent the summer and early fall at Lake George. N. Y., where this,
photo was taken. Baby Helen Joy, aged four months, in, Mme. Homer's. ,
arms, is one of the world's most expensive youngsters, for her. mother had
to give up a season's engagement to sing at the Metropolitan Opera to await "
Helen Joy's coming. The famous Homer twins, Katherine and Anne Marie, .
V2, are standing behind their mother. The others in the picture are Louise '
Homer, Jr., and Mester Makepeace, 312. t
RAW CHOW-CHOW
Use 25 medium-sized green toma
toes, 6 green peppers and 6 red ones,
12 onions and 25 small cucumbers.
Put all through the food grinder, then
drain for three hours. Put the chow
chow in a crock, mix four cups of
SUgar-and'two caps frsalt-and stir.
into the chow-chow. Add half pound
of white mustard seed, one cup celery
seed, two cups pure horseradish (bet-
ter grind it yourself) and one 'gallon ,
of cider vinegar. S.tir well with a I
wooden spoon and .tie a paper over
crock; will be ready for 'the table in. '
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