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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 29, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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to prevent spread of disorderly
houses over city.
Municipal lodging house, annex
and police stations jammed with un
employed. Hundreds were forced to
sleep out of doors.
Flat at 1834 S. State st., raided. 4
women and 2 men arrested. Sold
liquor to minor.
Terminal plan up before council
today. Mayor puts responsibility up
on committee.
Dr. Haldane Cleminson, convicted
wife murderer, wants pardon. Wishes
to go to leper colony in Philippine
Islands and give life to treating out
casts. John N. Steward, 2528 N. Campbell
av., arrested. Appropriated $175
ticket money of battery B, I. N. G.
John Peterson, Zion City, escaped
from auto bandits. Put on full speed
when they fired bullets.
Donald Scott, mine owner, arrested
charged with violating Mann white
slave act. Out on $5,000 bond. "
Fire at tailor shop of S. Hoffman,
6557 Cottage Grove av., to be inves
tigated. Gasoline found under table.
Damage $50.
Mrs. Lillian Oldfield, 4631 Maiden
av., attempted suicide. Gas. Condi
tion serious. Second attempt.
Martin oMran, 40, 2113 Sheffield
av., city fireman, severely cut by fly
ing glass. Wagon struck street car.
J. A. Adams School, Townsend st.
and Chicago av., damaged by fire.
Loss $200.
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Mrs. Caroline Bley, who organized
the egg boycott that caused big Chi-1-cago
egg men to plead for mercy, but
failed to make any perceptible dent in
the high cost, began laying plans
today for another campaign against
high egg prices, looking twelve
months into the future.
Mrs. Bley intends to beat the cold
storage man at his own game, by
making every housewife in Chicago
a little cold storage proprietor of her,
own. She wants them to revert to
the methods of "barreling" eggs in
vented by their grandmothers.
The Chicago Clean Food Club, of
which Mrs. Bley is the president, and st
the organization that started the re- V.)
cent campaign in Chicago with a slo
gan, "we want 32-cent eggs," will
send to thousands of housewives
copies of the following recipe for
"pickling" eggs while they are cheap
and preserving them for the winter:
One pound of lime, one pint of salt,
three gallons of water. Slack the lime,
add the salt and water and mix thor
oughly. Let stand for two days be
fore using, stirring occasionally.
Drop the eggs into this brine and
when the grocer offers you eggs at
50 cents a dozen, give him the "ha
ha" and pluck twelve of your pickled
"Eggs are just as good when pre
served in this manner as when first
received," said Mrs. Bley. "I know of
a number of women who used this
recipe with excellent results."
By Jim Manee.
In fifteen million long, long years,
The sun will c&ol, 'tis said;
And then from bitter coldness all
The people will be dead.
It's possible that may be right,
And then, it may be wrong;
But let's don't worry, I don't think,
That we will live that long.
P. S. Now we know why there
has been such a lack of cold lately.
They're saving it "all for when the
sun cools.
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Beat the yolks of two eggs until
thick and lemon color. Add one cup " 1
of brown sugar, one cup of chopped
peanuts, a little salt, six tablespoons
nf flnnr and the whites of essm hp.at
en stiff. Drop from spoon on buttered
pan. Press into shape. Bake in mod-'
erate oven.

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