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of the habitues of fashionable south
ern beaches, -where styles art now
being fixed for .northern resorts.
Nothingness expensive than silk
wlvpf P-rtPft tn the makine of some
very wonderful beach costumes. The-
water does not injure tnem, al
though, as a rule, their wearers sel
dom go int6 the sea.
Bathing 'caps- reflect the trend of
millinery styles, T4iey are often fash
ioned of the same material as the
suit and many are trimmed with rub-ber-petaled
THE DUFF BABY
Of course you know Tom Duff, the
funny little fellow in the famous.
comic strip "Doings of the Duffs,"
appearing daily in The Day Book.
And of course you know Tom is
the proud father of a baby boy.
Tom is in the market for sugges
tions for'a name for the little shaver.
What do you suggest? Send your
suggestions to the Editor, Comic
Department, The Day Book.
After the suggestions are consid-.j
ered, the baby will be given a name
and the name will be revealed in the
Duff, strip appearing in The Day
Book, Monday. March 19.
MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT
By Biddy Bye
"A loaf of bread," the walrus said,
"Is what we chiefly need.
Pepper and vinegar besidej
Are very good indeed."
v Lewis Carroll.
And pr,etty soon we will be reduced
to only the pepper and vinegar, it
would seem, unless housewives take
to planning their menus with ex
treme care. The Lenten menus
printed today are expensive in the
matter of the labor required to pre
pare them rather than in the ingredi
ents. Lenten Menus For One Day.
BREAKFAST. Fried bread with
cheese, coffee, ginger cookies.
LUNCHEON. Brown bread, let
tuce and nut sandwiches, baked ba
nanas and tea.
DINNER. Clear tomato soup,
Boston roast, French salad, cocoanut
blanc mange, coffee.
The ingredients are a- one-pound
can of kidney beans, pound grated
cheese, bread crumbs and season
ings. Mash the beans, grate the
cheese and add' It to the beans, sea
son with' salt, and mix to stiff
dough with bread crumbs. Shape
into a roll, and bake in-a "well but
tered pan. Serve with tomato sauce
or add chopped onions to thebeans
before they are mixed with the
, Ginger Cookies.
Sift 2y3 cups flour, with 1 table
spoon of ginger, 1 teaspoon of salt,
and 2 teaspoons of soda. Add cup
of shortening, 1 cup of molasses, and
2 tablespoons of warm milk. Roll
thin and bake in a quick oven.
TODAY INILUNOIS HISTORY
March 9, 1832. Abraham Lincoln
issued a communication to the peo
ple of Sangamon county on his can
didacy for member of the legislature
dated New Salem, March 9, 1832.