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--v -' WHY NOT CO-OPERATE? -
The Day Book has told you hovJ- Bill Watts, the Englishman, .
cuts 4iis. cost of living through the wonderful and mammoth co-'
operation system of Great Britain.'
Maybe you said : "That's all right in England, but impossible
But it is possible in America! Of course there have been
, failures, many of thembut do you know that a really big co-opera-i
tion business is-in full swing over one large section of this country,
that it is a financial success and that its members have,, through it,
lowered their cost of living?
Our correspondent, who personally went to the places where
these stories are in operation, has written three articles, the first of
which will appear in tomorrow's Day Book.
CHEF TELLS WHAT A BAD
OR GOOD COOK CAN DO
Charles Laparaque, chef of the
Hotel LaSalle, lecturing in the
-School of Domestic Science in
the Burton building, yesterday,
told the students a few funda
mental truths about happiness,
but !and we th'anlchim was not
moved to put his advice into the,
form of a new decalogue, which
form has been overworked by
mihisters, doctors, lawyers, sten
ographers, hod carriers, and any
one else bearing a "message" to
"The secret of health, wealth
and happiness is concealed in the
pots and pans and kitchen ranges
of the Humblest flat. One poor
cook makes one bad stomach ; one
ibad stomach makes one cranky
husband; one cranky husband
.makes the family sick; ten poor
cooks make one doctor rich and,
on the other hand, one good cook
can do more real good than a
The above is an excerpt, from
Laparaque's culinany arithmetic,
but he also takes up the matter
of languages, and has this to say;
about translations :
"It is easy, ladies. Study chok
ing and practice it, and the doc
tors will go out of business. Don't
be frightened by the menus "you
see in the cafes. Make the dishes
yourselves; they are all easy."
"But' remarked one student
naively, at the conclusion of the
lecture, "we're not afraid of the
menus. It's the men who are
afraid lof the prices. If the men
were only 'easy' we wouldn't,care
about the rest"
It is only fair to say that some
men know how to waste time who
have never been.to congress.
, When a fellow sits alone at
night he has mighty few delu
sions concerning his importance.
People who keep the breweries
-working nights do not keepthem
selves working days. '
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