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MORE USES FOR BREAD CRUMBS
Crumbs Fine For Breakfast Dishes.
To any muffin recipe add one cup
of bread crumbs and omit one-half
cup of the flour the-recipe calls for.
Muffins made in this way are very
delicate and must be eaten at once.
To make crumb pancakes soak two
cups of bread crumbs for one hour in
a quart of boiling milk. Beat two
eggs very light. Add the beaten
yolks to milk and crumbs, and beat in
two tablespoons of flour, a little salt;
beat thoroughly, then add two tea
spoons of baking powder and the
beaten whites of the eggs.
Crumbs and Marrow Balls.
When buying soup bone have the
butcher split it. Take out the mar
row and season highly with pepper,
a dash of nutmeg and salt. Stir in
enough fine bread crumbs to mould
mixture into balls. Set away to cool
and dry. Drop into boiling soup and
boil two minutes. Serve hot
Pittsburgh Mildred Smith, 23,
bound and gagged by negro and
locked in room while he set fire to
Albert Lea, Minn. D. C. Armstrong
and C. A. Lucas, prominent bankers,
instantly killed. Auto went over em
bankment Alliance, 0. Lillian Burdette, ma
tron, burned to death in fire that
practically destroyed Fairmount Chil
South St Paul, Minn. Pork
opened 25 cents lower this morning
than week ago. Mutton and beef
not affected by foot and mouth epi
demic. Joliet, III. Walter Cappel, 15, son
of cattle buyer, shot by accidental
discharge of gun while shooting
pigeons to prevent them carrying
foot and mouth disease. May die.
Cleveland Reports here today said
that the steamer Agassiz of the M. A.
Hanna fleet is aground in Lake St
Clair and the schooner Samuel K.
Flint is on the rocks in Lake Huron,
FIELD BOY GOING TO WAR
Henry Field, grandson of Marshall
Field, has gone to war. Henry, who
gets his dough from the people of
Chicago, has joined the English army,
and clad in his Tommy Atkins uni
form he is off to battle.
But Henry is not going to be a reg
ular soldier. Not he. He has sort
of an honaory job. His uniform will
be the dress parade kind. There'll
be no lying in trenches for him. But
he gets some kind of a rank and
mebbe a title.
A man close to the Field family ad
mitted today that Henry was not go
ing to do any "active" work.
But Henry made out his will be
fore he left. ,
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BITS OF NEWS
Judge Olson may ask council to
pass ordinance causing separate elec
tion for municipal judges, as bad
ones often get in on political land
slide. 20 shots exchanged in pistol battle
between Charles Romy, baker, 47
N. Lincoln, and two men who held
Mrs. Richard Hale to take stand in
divorce suit brought by husband. De
nies was intimate with Clinton Vail,
a married man, who took her motor
cycle riding. i
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A ROMANCE JARRED.
He (out under the trees) And so
in a month we are to be married! Ah,
doesn't a thrill creep over you at
She Yes, I feel a thrill creeping
over me, Mr. Gushingham but to
be really frank with you, there's a
caterpillar just dropped on my neck.
AT LEAST, SHE OUGHT TO
"If you had been drinking a cock
tail and kissed a girl afterward, do
you think she would know it?"
"If I kissed a girl I think she would
know it, whether I had been drinking
cocktails or not"