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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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cover. From the original position
bend back at the waist line and
slowly recover, taking two deep
breaths slowly.
Posed especially for The Day Book
by Emily lllingworth, called the
"Venus of New York" and "the Amer
ican Pavlowa."
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JELLY BAGS
Some cooks use three bags for
jelly straining,, one made of a dou
ble fold of mosquito netting, another
of cheese cloth and another of felt
or flannel.
Whether the bags are triangular,
square or made of a circular piece of
material is a matter of preference.
The circular bag without seams is
obviously the easiest to keep clean.
Straining frames to hold the bags
are not expensive and they save a.
nervous housekeeper many a fretful
minute on a hot and hurried day.
These frames can be attached to a
table or a chair back and the fruit
suspended to drip over night.
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APPLE BUTTER WITH NO SUGAR
Wash and slice one-half -peck of
tart apples and cook in quart of
cider. Rub through sieve and sim
mer until thick; stir frequently and
boil slowly from three to four hours.
Season as preferred with one-half
teaspoon ground cloves and cinna
man or with the grated peel of one
large lemon, or with shredded pre
served ginger.
Apple buttef can be cooked in the
oven instead of on top of the stove.
When cold, cover with melted par
affin before adjusting top of container.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 8, 1908. Gen. Joel A. Mat
teson was born in Watertown, N. Y.
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All who are decorated with the
Russian Cross of SL Andrew" have
the right once to demand a pardon
for a Russian subject condemned to
death.
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