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

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as "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland" and
that they fled to Washington, -where
they are still said to he living in ideal
happiness.
William was married once and his
wife obtained a divorce.
Justice Platzek is holding, the case
under advisement.
HOW TO USE FISH IN THE
LENTEN SEASON
By Biddy Bye.
Fish contains valuable nutrients
and is usually an economical food.
It is, however, deficient in materials
which yield heat and muscular
power.
In making out a menu with fish as
the important dish, the housewife is
accustomed to add potatoes, rice or
bread; and usually provides a sauce
for the fish made with eggs; or uses
hard boiled eggs to garnish the dish.
To fry fish use plenty of olive oil
or pork drippings. Fry small fish in
a frying basket, large fish in plenty
of fat in a spider.
To boil fish wrap firmly in a piece
of cheesecloth, plunge into hard boil
ing water, then simmer until the .fish
is flaky.
To broil fish rub with olive oil, but
ter, or dripping, season with pepper
and salt; broil the skin side first, turn
once, broil the flesh side, adding
more fat to make fish brown well.
Codfish au Gratin.
Soak 2 pounds codfish and break
into flakes. Thicken 2 cups milk
with 2 tablespoons butter rubbed into
2 tablespoons flour. Put a layer of
codfish in a well buttered baking
dish, add a layer of the white sauce j
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and sprinkle with grated cheese; fill
dish with alternate layers of fish,
white sauce and cheese; cover with
well buttered bread crumbs; bake 30
minutes. Serve with baked potatoes.
Salmon Pie.
Remove the skin and large bones
from the contents of one can of sal
mon. Into a well buttered baking
dish put a layer of flaked salmon and
cover with a layer of boiled and sliced
potatoes; season with salt, pepper,
and n few drops of onion juice, or a
little chopped1 parsley. Add all of
the materials in alternate layers,
with a top of well buttered bread
crumbs. Pour on y cup of cream or
milk and bake 20 minutes in a mod
erate oven.
Fish Ramekins.
Use any cold cooked fish. Heat 1
quart milk and thicken with 2 table
spoons butter rubbed into 3 table
spoons flour, stir 2 beaten eggs into
the sauce and add seasonings of salt,
pepper and butter. Butter individual
baking dishes, and- fill with alternate
layers of fish, bread crumbs and
white sauce. Sprinkle with grated
cheese and buttered bread crumbs.
Bake 15 minutes, garnish with par
sley and sliced lemons. Or serve
with sliced cucumbers.
TIME TOO VALUABLE
An Irvington woman asked a ped
dler, whohad some large potatoes on
his wagon, for a dime's worth.
"Lady," he said, "I can't afford to
slice my potatoes."
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The kangaroo can leap .with ease
a distance of 60 or 70 feet) hop over
a horse or take fences 12 or 14 feet
in height
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STRAIGHT LINE FROCKS SHOWN AT SPRING
STYLE OPENINGS
BY BETTY BROWN
First showings of Importations
from Paris establish the fact that
the straight line frock is to continue
Jo. ood style this spring and sum
mer.
The straight line frock is often
fashioned with a seam at the low
waist line, as in the elegant linen
moraine dress shown today; or tha

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