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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 27, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 14',
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means when he gives it to another
man. And explain to your satisfac
tion, if you can, just why it should
so often mean something else when
he gives it to a woman.
SLEEVELESS SUMMER WRAP
Collar of Cape Size.
By Betty Brown
Collars have increased to cape size
and shoulder capes have grown until
they make sleeves quite unneces
A unique wrap of chartreuse char
meuse looks like a series of three
capes so arranged that openings do
away with sleeves.
This splendidly simple-4esign is
made elaborate by a generous
amount of Oriental embroidery.
EASY ICE CREAM
Prepare a pint of rich boiled cus
tard with ,1 pint of milk, a pinch of
salt, 3 eggs lightly beaten and y cup
of sugar. Cook over hot water to a
thick consistency, but do not boil.
Remove from the fire, cool, flavor to
taste with orange flower water and
a few drops of bitter almond extract'
This gives a delicious pistachio
flavor. Fold in a pint of stiffly
whipped cream beaten with 2 table
spoons of powdered sugar, and color
lightly with a few drops of green col
oring matter. Turn into a chilled
freezer and, after packing with ice
and rock salt, freeze slowly so that
the cream will have a smooth tex
ture. Ice cream made after this recipe
is so nutritious it should be preceded
by a simple and inexpensive dinner.'
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
March 27, 1849. Party of Spring
field gentlemen left for California via
Independence, consisting ot-William
B. Broadwell, B. A. Watson, W. P.
Smith, 0. E. White, W. E. Bingamen,
Jacob Uhler, E. Fuller, Henry Do
rand, E. T. Cabinis, T. BIlson.lLewis
Johnson, B. D. Reeves, John Rod
ham, R. Hedge, B. R. Biddle, John
B. Weber, John B. Watson, F. S.
Dean, Albert Sattley, T. J. White
hurst, Benjamin Taylor. Two
other parties were ' to leave in the
LENTEN MENUS FOR ONE DAY
Breakfast Cereal with nuts and
milk; toast; coffee.
Luncheon Stewed dried Lima
beans lettuce and brown bread
sandwiches; canned fruit; tea.
Dinner Salmon loaf; mashed po
tatoes; tomatoes on-toast; fruit sal
ad; wafers and coffee.