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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 03, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 20

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out very rjchly. I presume he is able
to return from the investment some
thing like $100,000."
"Huh!" ejaculated Thorpe.
"Yes," and Vernon drew from his
pocket a chamois bag. "Something
tangible, Mr. Thorpe " he proclaimed,
And some of those same, happy,
loving Bertha wore at their wedding
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' By Caroline Coe
Put 1 pound of halibut or any
white fish through the meat grinder.
To 1 cup of bread crumbs add 2 cups
pf milk and cook to smooth paste,
allow to cool then add to the fish and
press all through a sieve; add 6 table
spoons of cream, 1 teaspoonful of salt
and a saltspoon of white pepper.
Beat the whites of 4 eggs to stiff
froth. Fold the beaten whites care
fully into the fish mixture; grease
small timbale molds with butter, fill
mold partly full of fish mixture, add
spoonful of chopped mushrooms and
fill to top with fish. Stand molds in
baking dish half filled with boiling
water; cover tops with greased paper
and bake in moderate oven 20 min
utes. Serve with mushroom sauce.
The best man noticed that one of
the wedding guests, a gloomy looking
young man, did not seem to be enjoy
ing himself. He was wandering
about as though he had lost his best
friend. The best main took it upon
himself to cheer him up.
"Er have you kissed the bride?"
he asked him by the way of introduc
tion. "Not lately," replied the gloomy
one with a far-away expression.
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We are able to maintain absolute
neutrality toward all European na
tions save Greece. We are violently
apposed to Greece since we heard
that the Greeks fry artichokes.
fuli2i rtaWowe,
Julia Marlowe has retired from the
stage, but not from public life.
As a member of the advisory coun
cil of the Congressional Union for
Woman Suffrage MJss Marlowe will
take an active part in the national
campaign for woman suffrage.
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