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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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FAVORITE RECIPES OF MOVIE
PLAYERS
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by Helen Leslie
When I am looking for a new re
cipe to add to my little stock I always
fancy one with an attractive name.
I think this was the season I took
the trouble to try the recipe for Betsy
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pudding, which has proved delicious
and easy to make
It isn't expensive. Its ingredients
are simple and it doesn't take long
to bake.
My way of making Betsy pudding
is this: First get together a pint of
milk, 3 oz. of breadcrumbs, 1 table
spoon of white sugar and a goodly
supply of jam of any kind desired.
Spread a good layer of jam in the
bottom of a pie-dish. Pour the milk,
nearly boiling, onto the breadcrumbs.
When cool stir in the egg, which
should be beaten. Pour this gently
over the top and bake for half an
hour.
Betsy pudding is so simple and
harmless that a child may eat it Yet
it is so tasty and palatable that a
cook won't feel ashamed if it is served
to her most fastidious friends.
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ONE ON THE JUDGE
Said the judge to Milligan, who into
court did come:
'"Tis the seventh time you've been
before me, Bum;"
"Yis," said Milligan; "indade 'tis
strange
How some min hold office widout a
change!" Judge.
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It is often dangerous to be engaged
you are so apt to get in a tight
squeeze.
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THE LADY IN BROWN SHE'S THE BELLE OF
FASHION WORLD
By Betty Brown
Let me introduce to you "The Lady
in Brown," for you'll meet her often
this autumn, brown gowned, brown
bonneted and brown booted, but, de
spite her neutral color scheme, by no
means lacking In charm.
A brown gown is not necessarily a
dull gown. Mme. Reichert of the
Fashion Art League of America
poves this in the princess gown I've
Bketched here, which combines two
tones of brown. Charmeuse satin in
seal brown is used with chiffon in
lighter stripes of brown.
The chiffon is used for the under
waist, the sleeves and for a pleated
.'ront breadth for the skirt. But lest
that front breadth have a barber
oole effect three bands are set across
it, a satin band above the bust line,
i strip of brown fur at -the waistline
and below the hipline another band of
button trimmed satin.
The satin falls from the underarm
into box pleatts at the sides edged
at the bottom with brown fur. Three
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