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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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The buttoned behind dress and the
high tight collars are copies of styles
worn by war widows.
The pictures were posed by girls of
"Go To It," the new musical comedy
now in New York.
This moyen age dress for a widow
is not intended for a widow of mid
On the contrary its princess lines
are made to fall straight by the
weight of a heavy fur border, making
the dress suitable only for a slender
The arrangement of the veil in a
double box plait fall from beneath
the hat brim is distinctive.
BELGIAN BROWNED FISH
Remove fins, skin and bones from
a mackerel and parboil. Brown a
quarter of a pound of buter in an
iron pan, then stir in gradually 2 ta
blespoons of flour and add to liquor
in which the fish was boiled. Season
with salt, pepper and a slice of lemon,
then drop in the sliced filets of fish.
Simmer 20 minutes, season with
mushroom catsup or Chinese soy.
Use any dark gravy in place of the
browned butter sauce, if preferred.
"I'd like a box of cigars, please,"
said the young wife, blushing rosily.
"They're for my husband. It's his
"Does he prefer them light or
dark?" inquired the salesman. -
"Oh, light, by all means. He has
a blond mustache." N. Y. World.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Oct 7, 1763. British ministry is
sued a proclamation forbidding any
settlement of white people west of
f According to a German rubber ex
pert, the best way to preserve tire
tubes is to inflate them partly and
hang them in a darkened room in
which is a dish of unslaked lime and
one of ammonia.
HERE IS A LOVELY BLOUSE
OF LACE AND SATIN
By Betty Brown
The "simple little blouse" is some
times heard of but seldom seen the
blouse' has blossomed into an affair
of shch elegance that it is now worn
with the richest Velvet or silk skirts,
the whole making a' very good imita
tion of an evening dress.
This Fashion Art sketch shows the
new blouse in all its glory of creams
shadow lace and mahogany colored
liberty satin. The satin forms a lit
tle vest and horizontal straps in front
and it edges the gauntlet cuffs. The
deep yoke of satin in the back is fin
ished with a tassel of silver. The tiny
buttons are made of twisted silk to
match the satin.
-' Separate the skins and the pulp of
five pounds of the finest grapes. Boil
the skins 10 minutes in vinegar, re
move the seeds from the pulp and
add to the cooked skins. Mix with
four pounds of sugar and boil one
hour, then add one tablespoon cloves
and one of allspice. Preserved lem
on and ginger make excellent flavors
for spiced grapes.
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