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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 10, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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"Only this much it elects you."
"You mean it?"
"Read you have run four to one
against any other candidate in Mil
ton township, giving you the lead by
over 600 votes."
"Milton township," repeated Alice,
when Robert recited the crowning
incident of the election. "Why, Rob
ert, isn't that where David Warfield
They knew that it was very soon,
for the next day Warfield, the man
they had set on his feet, appeared in
person to tell how his recital to the
men working under him of the good
ness of Robert Russell had won them
over almost unanimously.
So the bread cast upon the waters
came back tenfold to the worthy
man who had chosen the path ever
illumined by the kindly light of love
for his fellow man.
(Copyright, 1917, W. G. Chapman.')
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Use coffee to give a new flavor to
fudge. Mix 3 cups sugar, 2-3 cups
strong coffee, 2-3 cups of milk, and 2
squares of chocolate, and boil 10 min
utes. Add 2 tablespoons butter and
cook until a spoonful tested in cold
water will form a soft ball between
the fingers. Flavor with 1 teaspoon
of vanilla and add 1 cup of nut meat
if desired. Beat until thick and pour
into well-buttered pans, cutting into
cubes with, a buttered knife when al
most cold.
Miss Violette Wilson, talented
dancer who rebelled against the re
strictions of life at the University of
California and quit the school to find
freedom of intellect in the larger
world, has found a husband instead.
She became the bride of Irving Pit
chell, Harvard graduate and leading
man at the Little Theater. Los An
geles, on New Year's Day. They
have been playing in the same com
pany. Miss Wilson declared that "old
fogey methods" at the university
cramped her soul and that she quit
in order to avoid becoming a ma
chine. She is the daughter of J. Stitt
Wilson, former mayor of Berkeley,
Cal, and noted temperance lecturer

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