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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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"Ho do you know it's going to be
me?" asked Elizabeth.
For answer he took her in his arms
and pressed his lips to hers.
"Isn't it?" he demanded eagerly.
And Elizabeth said "ves." And then
.1? 1if tnlrt hor the mntnontniis RPP.ret.
which was shortly to set all the town
gaping.
For it was really tyue. And when
he bought his mother the finest house
in the place, and it became' known
that he had made his fortune in the
Jameson gold mine, all Hickville
rushed to invite him to itsi homes.
But Walter and Elizabeth were too
busy with their preparations for the
coming wedding to think much about
social'life just then.
As for Nancy there were four new
lines about her mouth forever after,
two on each side; and its downward
droop was decidedly accentuated.
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
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CARROTS WITH CANNED PEAS
Scrape and slice the carrots and
boil until tender. Add two cups of
canned peas to each cUp of carrots
used. Salt to taste. Mix two table
spoons of cornstarch or flour with
a little cold water. Beat until per
fectly smooth and add one tablespoon
of butter, three tablespoons of sugar,
one tablespoon of chopped parsley,
one cup of milk and stir into the pan
containing peas and carrots. Cook
until all are very slightly thickened.
Serve very hot
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CHICKEN DISHES
In families of five or six, often by
using a made dish, one chicken will
be sufficient for a meat dish at din
ner, for if one is careful to boil the
nhinlrAn in Hirhtlv ofwrrrt Trpttloc
fe there will be plenty of stock or broth
for another meal.
Joint chicken, put into warm water
without salt and bring to boil. Skim,
if necessary. After boiling an hour
add salt and turn fire low and simmer
until meat will slip fioni bone in
good-sized pieces.
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VERDANT COLORS FOR THE
OUTDOOR GIRL-
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Here is a modification of the Nor
folk jacket that will be worn by the
athletic girl. Bright green is a very
popular color for outing dresses. It
will be noticed that on all dresses and
coats there is a tendency to lower
the belt line.
Leaders of the feminist movement
in Italy ar"e making a. new campaign
to secure more liberties for women.
There is no militant branch among
them but they are seeking to relieve
I themselves .to obt&in restrictions
which the laws imppse on then
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