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that she isn't going to starve before
she has her breakfast.
You'll double your salary if you
keep on going with that kind of a
girl. So just pat yourself on the back
when she murmurs "no" to the mid
night cabaret, stunt and put your
FIVE in the bank before you have a
chance to break it tomorrow.
WEST HAS NOMINEE FOR HEAD
OF THE D. A. R.
Western delegates to the conven
tion of the Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution in Washington will
support Mrs. Squires for president
and try to capture that office for the
first time. Mrs. Squires is from St.
GREAT AMERICAN SALAD
Every country has its favorite sal
ad or Combination of uncooked
green veegtables, served with an oily
or spiced sauce.
Most foreign salads carry a tang of
onions, leeks or garlic, flavors not
much approved by the American
Consequently, when Oscar, famous
chef of New York's famous hostelry,
the Waldorf, combined two Ameri
can staples, apples and celery, in a
salad, the mixture was taken up by
every cook in the land, and in a few
years became the great American
The proportions used by Oscar for
Waldorf salad are equal parts of cel
ery and apple cut in small cubes or
pieces and served in the hollow of a
leaf of lettuce with a mayonnaise
dressing. Too much dressing should
This makes a most wholesome and
yet an Inexpensive salad for either
formal service or for the home din
ner table. When a richer and more
elaborate salad is desired, black wal
nutB, another typical American pro
duct, may be added.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 4, 1844. John R. 'Tanner,
twenty-first governor of Illinois, was
born In Warwick county, Ind.
STRIKING POSTER DRESS
BY BETTY BROWN
Daring coloring distinguishes the
most attractive of the silk street
Disks embroidered in gorgeou
hues make the sports dress Illus
trated above a particularly charming
creation. But the final touch of
fashion comes from the new girdle
which encircles the waist twice and
is knotted low down in the back. Its
ends are not tied. One end is mere
ly drawn over the other in a loop.
The colors most in vogue for em
broidery are purely oriental, such as
Chinese! red, jade green, mandarin
yellow and lapis blue. Just at Dres-