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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 18, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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to take me home and promised not
to bother me, but I felt I could not
Bit in the car with him.
He took me within 'one block of a
car and let me out. I did not tell him
I had no money. Nearly insane with
fright, I walked home.
And I passed the home of the girl-
with-a-parlor and saw Tom kissing
her goodnight.
(MissG-
will tell more of her
experiences trying to be courted in
The Dayl'Borik tomorrow and suc
ceeding daysT) v
! "PLEASE" TDONrT I gTAID.
1
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BRAN BREAD; HEALTHFUL AND
CHEAP!
For two loaves use one quart flour,
quart bran, even tablespoon salt
Mix together; make "well" in center;
turn into it 2 1-2 cups tepid water to
which has been added 2 tablespoons
molasses and, 1 tablespoon melted
lard. Dissolve yeast -cake in 1-2 cup
tepid -water; add to other ingredients.
Stir mixture and beat together for 10
minutes. Cover bowl with heavy
cloth let rise overnight. In morn
ing shape into ' loaves, put into
greased pans and let double in size.
Bake 1 1-2 hours in very moderate
oven. The success of bran bread
depends largely on thorough beating
and slowljaking.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 18, 1779. Col. John Todd,
lieutenant of the country of Illinois,
wrote tothe Virginia assembly ask
ing to be relieved of his duties; he
considered it impossible to carry on
an effective government, and he
found lifejn the region unhealthful
and disagreeable,

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