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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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XOTHES FOR TOTS NEVER DAINTIER WEE
GIRLS DRESS SIMPLY
BY BETTY BROWN
Summer clothes for little girls
were never daintier. For once, moth
er may be sure that her wee daugh
ter is looking her best when the frock
is the plainest, not the fussiest, in
the neighborhood.
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To make up somehow lor the gen
eral simplicity of such dresses, the
sheerest materials, the finest laces
and the most delicate embroideries
are employed.
Little coats are cut on straight
lines and are made of washable ma
terials. Hats and bonnets are made
of white lawn, shirred into shape.
And white half hose worn with black
patent leather slippers complete a
small girl's costume for most occasions.
Baked Steak
In a well-buttered dripping pan
put a steak which is at least U inch
thick, sprinkle with, grated onion, J
salt and pepper, spread with butter,
and bake 15 minutes in a very hot
oven. 'Strain the liquor from 1 can
of tomatoes, thicken with 1 table
spoon of butter rubbed into 1 table
spoon of flour, add 1 teaspoon sugar
and season with salt and cayenne
or a few grains of curry powder.
Pour over the steak just before serr-ing.
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