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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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Intensely excited Wang Po. He led
him to the Chinese quarter of the
city, and through sinuous and mys
terious passages into what seemed to
be a secret lodge room.
There, on a dais, surrounded by
Chinese women, was Flora. She was
supremely consented, for they had
given her all kinds of quaint tops and
seemed only bent on entertaining her.
Wang Fo told his story. The child
had been brought to some avaricious
friends of his to hide or ship to some
other city as the order might come.
He, Wang Fo, had discovered the gol
den bantam pin. He had removed
the child into the charge of more
trusty friends. He had guessed much.
It led to seeking out Prescott
They never heard of Shaw again
"they," for what could come of it, but
that the rescuer of the dear little one
should prevail upon sweet, loving
Lydia to give her a protector for life?
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Wash one peck of green tomatoes
and remove all hard spots and stem
and flower ends. Chop fine or put
through the coarse knife of the food
grinder; put chopped tomatoes in
colander and pour 2 quarts of boiling
water over them; drain and turn 2
quarts more of boiling water over
them again; drain and turn the toma
toes into preserving kettle and add
one tablespoon of salt, 4 pounds of
sugar, 1 pound of seeded raisins, 1
pound of currants, 1 cup of vinegar,
1 tablespoon of cinnamon, y2 table
spoon of cloves, 1 tablespoon of gin
ger, 2 oranges, pulp and skin chopped
fine, and juice and grated rind of 2
lemons. Place over slow fire and boil
slowly until tender. Will scorch eas
ily. Stir often and watch carefully.
Put in cans while hot; seal and keep
in cool, dry place.
Cook oysters only until they "curl."
Long cooking makes them indigesti
ble. Serve oysters as soon as they are
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The point of many of the new
models seems to be "points." Many
of the tailored gowns and almost all
of the gowns for formal wear run
riotously to points.
This triangular effect is used with
marked success by Mme. Reichert of
the Fashion Art League of America
in an evening gown of yellow pussy
willow taffeta. The overskirt slopes
off from the sides to sharp points in
front, the little lace apron is pointed
and the lace sleeves fall in points
over the shoulders.
The frayed niching so much used
this season is applied very prettily
to this frock, the rings of niching on'
the overskirt being especially effec- (
tive. e

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