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of the habitues of fashionable south
ern beaches, where styles are now being fixed for northern resorts. Nothing less expensive than silk velvet goes to the making of some very wonderful beach costumes. The water does not injure them, al though, as a rule, their wearers sel dom go into the sea. Bathing caps reflect the trend of millinery styles. They are often fash ioned of the same material as the suit and many are trimmed with rub-ber-petaled blossoms. -o o- A NAME. TOR THE DU?F 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 ered, the baby will be given a name and the name will be revealed in the Duff strip appearing in The Day Book, Monday, marcn iv. MEATLESS MENUS FOR LENT By Biddy Bye "A loaf of bread," the walrus said, "Is what we chiefly need. Pepper and vinegar beside, Are very good indeed." Lewis Carroll. And pretty soon we will be reduced ' tn nnlv the neoDer and vinegar, it;, would seem, unless housewives take to planning their menus wltn 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 sated, cocoanut blanc mange, coffee. Boston Roast. The ingredients are a one-pound dan 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 a stiff dough with bread crumbs. Shape intn a roll, and bake in a wehbut- tered pan. Serve with, tomato sauce or add caoppea onions 10 me ubsub before they are mixed with the crumbs. Ginger Cookies. Sift- 2 cups flour with 1 table spoon of ginger, 1 teaspoon of salt, and 2 teaspoons of soda. Add y2 cup of shortening, 1 cup of molasses, and 2 tablespoons of warm milk. Roll thin and bake in a quick oven. c o 0 TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY March 9, 1832. Abraham Lincoln issued a communication to the -people of Sangamon county on his can didacy for member of the legislature dated New Salem, March 9, 1832.