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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 27, 1913, Image 15

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Simplicity will mark all the
new sprimj street frocks. Very
few, however, except the "strict
ly tailored," will have a bit of
draping somewhere.
The model shown is of white
broadcloth with a simple velvet
and "sewed in" sleeves. The
front, from waist to hem, under
which the other side is caught up
with three pleats. There is a
white sailor collar and the fishue
and undersleeves are of shadow
lace. The belt is simply stitched
The one touch which adds in
dividuality to this gown and
marks it with the stamp of
"style" is the black velvet ribbon
which is brought from under the
collar and tied at the belt in a
stiff bow.
A black straw hat with a black
feather and white chiffon draped
about the crown and black patent
leather shoes with white uppers
completes this costume, which
can be made easily at home for
little cost.
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Apple Fruit Cake.
After soaking two cups of dried
apples over night, chop and sim
mer them until dark in two cups
of molasses (Orleans preferred).
Let cool and then add 1 cup eich
of butter and milk, l2 cup of
sugar, 3 cups of flour, 2 level tea
spoons each of cinnamon, allspice
and cloves, 3 of baking powder, 3
eggs and y2 pound of raisins.
Bake for 2y2 hours in slow oven.
"You said you were going into
some business that would bring
quick returns," said a young fel
low to his chum. "I did," was the
answer. "I am sending manu
scripts to the magazines-"
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Without her divorce colony,
Reno will have to fall back on her
advantages as a prizefight city if
she wants national advertising

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