WOMEN IN. DOINGS OF THE WORLD
HEADS ORGANIZATION TO AID
Washington, Jan. 30. Charming
Genevieve Champ Clark, daughter of
the speaker of the House, has turned
h'er attention to charitable work. She
has just been elected president of
the Junior Auxiliary of Washington
Debutantes and Belles, an organiza
tion which proposes to devote much
of Its time and thought this year to
assisting the activities of Neighbor
The whale and the cachalot, the
rhinoceros and the African elephant,
have been familiar through the hu
man period but it is pointed put that
without protection they will be ex
tinct within ten years.
WOMAN HELPS MAKE HISTORY
Mrs. Albert S. Burleson, wife of the
postmaster general, is the author of
"In His Secretary," a playlet which
reveals some of the troubles that be
set a-representative in congress.
Her idea, Mrs. Burleson says,
grew out of her husband's expe
riences, though the incidents are all
original. She is said to have written
the playlet in three mornings and
never to have revised it.
Although sbe. never wrote anything
but letters until after all three of her
children werp born, Mrs. Burleson is
now the author of a score of short
stories, a series of newspaper fea
ture articles and about half a dozen,
HORSE RADISH SAUCE FOR
Four tablespons of vinegar,
blended with .the yolks of four hard
boiled eggs until all is a smooth, even '
paste. Add one-half teaspoon of
salt, one teaspoon of sugar, one
ounce of freshly grated horse radish.
Beat all until creamy. Add one table
spoon, of heavy cream. Stir a min-,
ute and serve.
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