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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 27, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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able predicament For, while the
North accepts the "squaw man" as
an equal, with no barriers raised, the
"outside" draws harsh lines against
such marriages.
The young operators come up here
into the near primitive tortured by
their loneliness. The native girls,
many of them decidedly attractive,
bid openly for their attentions. Their
greatest ambition is to marry a white
man. The love moon floats in the
northern skies. The fox, mink and
marten are mating, and the salmon
comes to spawn.
Old reserves are swept aside; the
tomorrows are not considered. And
the very youngster who may have ab
horred the notion of marrying a half
breed is swept away on his infatua
tion. It is for this reason that Uncle Sam
is interesting himself seriously in the
romances of his Alaskan employes
for the sake of his native wards as
well as the men entrusted with his
public service duties. ,
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WHAT HAS BECOME
g
MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT
THE CONTRACTOR WHO
could putt in a DOOR
WITHOUT TAKING UP
THE WHOL-E STREET 5
By Biddy Bye
Flesh building material is to be
found in nuts in a very condensed
form. Some nuts also contain fat
Some housewives never use nuts In
cookery because they consider them
expensive, but a pound of shelled al
monds is equal in food value to 3
pounds of steak. Hickory nuts and
pecans added to muffins or breads
provide a food which is an excellent
substitute for meat, in point of its
nutritive value. ,
Lenten Menus For One Day
BREAKFAST Farina with cream;
toast; coffee or cocoa.
LUNCHEON Peanut bread; baked
bananas; tea. j
DINNER Cabbage soup; nut and
potato patties; escalloped tomatoes;
chocolate pudding.
Peanut Bread
Sift 4 cups of flour with 1 tea
spoon of salt 5 teaspoons of baking
powder, and 14 cup of sugar. Add 1
cup of chopped or ground peanuts,
and) iy2 cup of milk. Turn into well
greased tins and bake 40 minutes in
a moderate oven.
Nut and Potato Patties.
Make a paste of mashed potatoes
moistened with cream, or milk and
butter, roil out on a bread board, and
cut into cakes with a tumbler.
Sprinkle the rounds with bread
crumbs, drop into boiling oil and fry
quickly. Drain, and make a hollow
in the center of each piece. Fill witii
chopped nuts or grated cheese, if
preferred. Garnish with parsley.
Cabbage Soup.
Shred y of a cabbage, after re
moving outer leaves and stalk. Boil
in 2 cups of milk and 3 cups of wa
ter, adding 2 onions chopped fine, and
1 tablespoon of chopped parsley;
cook 1 hour. Season with salt, pep
per and butter, rub through a sieve,
reheat, and serve very hot witi
squares of toast

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