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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 12, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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learn to pick out a real sympathizer
and when you find one, adopt her.
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v ARGUMENT
Argument is one man's polite way
of telling another man he doesn't
know what he's talking about It's
an art with some folks and a habit
with others.
Argument and diplomacy are close
ly related. One man calls another
man a liar. That's argument. The
other man says doubtless the first
man is correct, but isn't it just pos
sible, and so on and so on. That's
diplomacy.
Almost any proposition is open to
argument, but there are a few places
where all argument fails; certain
things about which there is no ar
gument. This includes wives, dys
pepsia, buzz saws, mule heels, street
car conductors, policemen, polecats
and cyanide of potassium. And did
you ever try to argue with a balky
furnace?
COOKED SALAD DRESSING
The ingredients are 2 eggs, 1 cup
vinegar, 2 cups milk, 1 tablespoon
oil or butter, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tea
spoon mustard and 14 teaspoon pep
per. Put the oil and dry ingredients into
a bowl and mix Veil. Add the eggs
and beat 5 minutes, then add the vin
egar and beat 1 minute. Now add the
milk, place the bowl in a pan of boil
ing water and cook until the sauce
thickens like thin cream. It will take
about 10 minutes. Stir the sauce con
stantly while cooking. Cool and bot
tle what you do not require for im
mediate use. This sauce is good for
nearly all kinds of cooked vegetables.
If butter is substituted for the oil,
add it just before taking the sauce
from tfye fire.
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TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
April 12, 1833. Emigration to the
northern counties of Illinois. Forty
families from New York state arrived
in La Salle county.
DESIGN A BATHING SUIT FOR ME
On "the opposite page is the fourth
figure on which you are to help me
design a bathing suit and at the same
time get one for yourself if your of
fering is one of the two best. Notice
that this is a back view of the suit,
the only back view of the four.
Tomorrow the first design will
again be. printed, and this one will be
repeated twice more. Altogether
there will be 12 pictures, in four dif
ferent poses. And you can use 12,
or twice 12, or one. Pencil, pen and
ink or colors, it makes no difference
what you outline your drawing with.
Use your own judgment, but get
busy and outline your ideas. This
design, like the one yesterday, will
be printed twice more. All together,
Jiere are four different diagrams,
each of which will be printed three
times.
That means you will have plenty of
different diagrams on which to indi
cate various ideas. There are no re
strictions of any kind. Draw as
many as you wish and send them
all in.
Remember that the two girls who
give me the best ideas for my own
1917 bathing suit will be rewarded
by beach togs of their own" design,
each suit to cost a maximum of $10. ".
The final picture will be printed
Saturday, April 21, and all drawings j
must be in The Day Book office by
the following Saturday evening.
Address all communications to
The Fashion Editor, The Day Book,
500 S. Peoria st.
And in the blank, for your name
and address tack on a phone number,
if you have one.

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