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DANCE CONNOISSEUR HAS HER
EXPERIENCE WITH TANGO
Miss Mabel Wilber, who as "The
Merry Widow" has waltzed several
circles around the United States,
had a brand new experience the other
day in dancing.
As a member of the exclusive
Gamut club of New York, Miss Wilber
attended a soiree. Her p'artner was a
solemn-visaged gentleman. Of course,
tea and tango were features.
The music started.
"We shall first try No. 2," said the
solemn-faced partner to the clever
"I don't know what No. 2 is," said
Miss Wilber, "but I'll try it."
"Unless you are familiar with No. 2
we'd better begin with No. 3. It's
simple," replied the man.
Miss Wilbur looked dazed and then,
laughing, said: "I think we'd better
have an understanding about this
tango before we go any further."
Then it developed that the solemn
faced individual had learned ten ways
to tango by correspondence. Num
bers instead of names were used.
They sat out the dance.
HAMBURG STEAKA LA DAY BOOK
Say, folks, here a recipe that's a
You know that in the swell loop
cafes steak a la minute is a big card.
It is best when there is a faint flavor
of garlic. The steak is fried a thin
sirloin in butter with garlic cuj up
fine and a little water poured into the
skillet after the steak is taken out,
to make a thin gravy.
Try this, now, on hamburg steak.
Cook it with butter in the skillet. Cut
up garlic fine in the butter before you
put the steak in. Pour a little water
in after the meat. Get it all mixed..
When the steak is done eat it. '
How good this is depends on how
good a cook you are and how you
like it But it's great for those who
like that slight garlic flavor. Don't
put too much garlic in. Just a half
dozen or so of the garlic beans.
Wash beet tops and cook in slight
ly salted water. Cook bottoms in
separate pan. When done, put into
cold water and skins will slip off eas
ily. Mince tops and beets not too fine.
Chop one teaspoon of onion for each
pint of beets, put two tablespoons of
butter into pan. Add onion and cook
five minutes but do not brown. Add
beets, heat hot and serve.
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