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together by a cartilaginous connec
tion, are enjoying the pleasures of
western American cities.
The girls arrived here the other
day from Australia and are on a tour
of the world. They left their, home
in Brighton, England, four years ago.
The youngsters are eight years old
and possess surprising ability, being
thorough musicians in addition to
other intellectual attainments.
During their travels they have been
received by the rulers of every coun
try they visited.
UNCLE SAM SAYS: "O. K-, YOU
MAY COME IN."
(3 f y-x
MME CIPRIANO CASTRO
Mme. Castro is in the U. S. with
her husband, Gen. Castro, former
dictator of Venezuela. She had to
stay at the Ellis Island immigration
station with her husband until Sec'y
of Labor Wilson decided to admit
them to this country.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
July 24, 1684 La Salle set forth
from La Rochelle, France, on big Jast
expedition to the Mississippi.
WHAT WE WEAR IN MIDSUMMER
By Betty Brown
At fashionable morning weddings,
at smart restaurants yes, at fu
nerals, too, the Girl in the Sports
Suit lends color to the scene. She is
no longer criticized, for the bestriped
suit is worn everywhere. The stick
lers for form frown, but the Girl in
the Sports suit is welcome on gay
and grave occasions.
"The College Girl" shoe it what
they call the shoe that all smart
womankind is wearing. Even though
you have a daughter in college that
flat-heeled shoe with its broad toe will
lead you into he youthful stride of
the Sweet Girl Graduate herself. Its
youthfulness is its greatest recom
mendation. Mohair, that everybody was wear
ing a dozen years ago, has fluttered
into fashion again. It comes in tan,
blue stripes, rose and tan, green and
tan and other odd combinations, but
the tan stripe is never missing.
Ratine ribbon handwide and striped
in the popular "sports" colors makes
a saucy savh for a bathing suit or
any other outdoor frock.
A white kid shoe strapped across
the vamp with royal blue kid is a
footwear novelty more novel, how
ever, than pretty. I
. DILL PICKLES
Put 100 cucumbers (size of dill
pickles) in salt water, using cup
of salt to each gallon of water need
ed, and let stand over night. In the
morning drain cucumbers and place
them in V-j gallon glass cans with
layers of dill and cherry leaves. Pack
jars full and add a red pepper pod to
Boil up 10 quarts of water with
1 quart of vinegar and 2 cups of salt;
take from fire and allow to cool, then
add 1 cup of grated fresh horserad
ish. When perfectly cold turn over
the pickles in the cans. Seal cans
and set away in cold place. '