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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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my husband would have to take me
with him. I wouldn't want him going
out alone.
Engagements should be about a
year in, length. In that time a girl
could learn a great deal about the
man she had promised to marry. She
might even find out some peculiari
ties of character in- him that would
make her change her mind.
A man and a girl shouldn't be in
too much of a rush to get married.
They ought to b.e sure they are suited
for each other and actually in love
before they see a preacher.
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- MOCK TURKEY RECIPE
To make individual turkeys pro
vide one medium-sized pork tender
loin for each guest Have the butch
er split it half through, lengthwise,
and flatten it. Make a good bread
crumb dressing seasoned with, sage
and moistened with milk and- egg.
Spread each tenderloin with the
stuffing and roll it up beginning with
the tail. Tie firmly with clean white
twine or fasten securely with wood
en toothpicks. Melt 2 tablespoons of
butter in an iron pan and brown the
"birds" on all sides, then roast with
a very little water in the pah for
about one hour. Remove the string
or toothpicks and garnish the birds
with a bit of parsley at the breast
and slices of lemon for wings, fast
ened on with toothpicks. Make a
gravy and serve in a sperate bowl.
Arrange the birds in a row on a large
platter and garnish with fancy; pick
les or molded cranberry jelly. "
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Miss Veronica Williams, who keeps
a newsstand in a New York hotel,
was much surprised to have Pedro
Pinerirjust returned from Mexico
City, give her a 50-peso Carranza
note for an evening paper. While she
was trying to figure oue how much
change to give back, Mr. Pineri,
thinking the note might not be
enough, handed her another one. and
toiaher to keep the change if there
was any. . ,
SHE LOOKS PERT IN PLAIDS
r By Betty Brown
This young person knows furs
will "add nothing to her pertness so
she bedecks herself with a gay plaid
scarf and wears a cap and gloves that
are plaided, too. The angora set,
cap, gloves and scarf, is exceedingly
popular with young girls. The big
ger the plaids and the broader the
stripes the better the girls like them.
One end of the scarf -slips through
a slit and both ends are1 tucked un
der the coat belt. The bag was made
to hold skates, but its purple silk top
and plaid "lower story" are so pretty
it will serve well for a Christmas
'shopping bag.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
Dec. 11, 1740. M. de la Buisson
niere, one of the earliest comman
dans of Illinois, died.
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A patent has been granted for a
trunk that also can bev used as a
tub,

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