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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 11 IH
THE servant girl problem Is being
solved to a queen's tasto by a
woman In New Jersey who has
made her homo a model of mechan
ical gonlus and who has gone even
further by establishing an experi
ment station for modern housekoep
, t ing whore all matrons may come and
learn how to do general housework
with tho expenditure of a minimum of
-energy. This Jersey genius is setting
a pace for other housewives. Hot
husband is a millionaire but sho hasn't
' l a servant in the house except once a
i HVeek wh6n sho omploysfa woman to
fufes with tho washing for half a day.
Even then tho laundering requires "
i very little manual labor, and the Iron-
" $ ing of tho .clothes Is a snap.
The meals are cooked by the push
button process and tho china is never
W soiled because inside the dishes are
set paper dishes, made to fit, which
arp destroyed when the meal is n'r
and tho china is returned lmmacu
t.o the shelves. Tho silver for in
housohold the folks are that kertosh
that they do not eat entirely with
their flngors are thrown Into a hop
par where a spray of chemical. and
water baptises them and electrical
heat" dries them. Four or five hours
each day are allotted to general house
work and tho job ,1s finished by the
industrious uso of mechanical appli
ances, several of which are set go
Ing at the same time. Something may
be going on all tho time, but the
mistress of the house has little else
to dp besidoa keeping time on tho
turning-on and slvuttlng-off of elec
trical push-buttons or gas stops.
Those who get the Official Houso
j keepers' Bulletin from tho Now Jorsey
oxperlmont station 'may find a way to
beat tho elusive servant girl out of a
' job and they may also find a way to
spend twico as much In tho year on
equipment as they would for the
fleeting maids and the repoated
Tho approaching marriage of Mrs.
l Clovoland has caused numerous In-
(lulrles from visitors at tho White
Kouse for hor picture, and groat dis
"V appointment Is-exprossed that no por-
9 trait of this gracious lady is hung In
the historic mansion over whioh sho
., presided. Provision is mado for -the
painting of a portrait of 'each prosl
'dont and tho houso Is full of thorn,
and there aro also portraits of Mrs.
Polk, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Rooso-.
vo.lt, Mrs. Hayes, Dolly Madison and
sovoral others of tho Whito House
ladles, but in each Insjano they have
boon presented to tho nation. Mrs.
Harrison's was given by tho D. A. R.;
Mrs. Polk's by tho. ladies of Tennes
see; Mrs. Hayes' by tho W. C. T. U.,
t and Mrs. Roosevelt's by tho French
govornmont. Nobody having glvon
one of Mrs. Cleveland or of Mrs. Taft,
thoir portraits aro missing n- yet from
tho oollootion. Mrs. Cleveland still
' ' ranks as tho most popular woman
who over occupied th White House,
and more Inquiries aro made for her
portrait than for all others combined,
so the door-keepers say.
Miss Gertrftfie Dallas, leading lady
at tho Colon"ialrwho has been enter
tained by so"mo of' out-best people at
teas and what-iiots, objects to being
sworn at. Sheemorged from a tea
Monday afternoon at tho .Hotel Utah
where sho"" entertained eight or nine ' "
ladies, C&lalce part in the evening per-
formftneo at tho Colonial. Sho says
that-1 Mr. Kelly, the lending man
cursodat hor so loudly that his re
marks' were heard In tho center of
the house by some of her admiring'
friends.' It happened, sho said, when
sho failed to look at him at a tlmo
when tho book says sho must look at"
him. So at midnight Monday she sent
an expressman for her belongings at
tho theater and started a get-away
that was interrupted by tho nlghtr
watchman1 chasing the wagon for a
block or so and threatening to call
tho nolice. Tlio Dallas belongings
were returned to the dressing room of
tho co-star and In the morning sho
visited an attorney. She said she ob
jeotod to being sworn at In public l
If tho cuss words did not happen to
be a part of tho author's book. Of
course, Mr. Kelly denied that he used
harsh language but admitted that he
reprimanded the lady. Miss Dallas
will finish tho week at the Colonial
and next week she will bo succeeded
by Miss Ross. Later, a new leading
lady will bo here.
Tho marriage of Miss Adeleno
Jacobson and Curtyn F. Parr took
place Wednesday ovoning at ho home
of tho bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tony -Jacobson. Tho coromony was
performed at 7:30 o'clock by tho Rev.
Father Ryan and a wedding roceptlon
followed until eleven.
Mrs. George D. Koysor ontortainod
at a dinner at tho University club
Wednesday evening, followod by a
box party at the Orphoum.
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Mrs. Frank L. Parkor was the
hostess Monday at a luncheon at hor
home In East South Tomplo street.
Tho guests wore Mrs. J. C. Wjjeter,
Mrs. C. H. McMahon, Mrs L. C. Miller,
Mrs. F. L. Oswald, Mrs. Elizabeth
Coray, Mrs. A. J. Gorham, Mrs. G. F.
StiohlV Mrs. F. W. Francis and Mrs.
B. D. Warnor
Mr. and MrSf. James E. Jennings loft
Wednesday for southern California,
to spond a few months. Thoy will
ship thoir car and will tour tho south
orn part of tho stato.
Miss Bonn! Miller wllHoavo short
ly for Ulysses, Ida., to visit with Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wootor will
leave next week for a stay of some
tlmo in southern California. " -
Miss Adeleno Jflobson entertained
Monday afternoon at a trousseau tea
at her homo. Assisting hor were her
mother, Mrs. Jacobson, . Mrs. Parr,
Miss Kdthorino' 'Jacobson and Miss '
- Mrs. Frank Fisher gavo a luncheon
Wednesday for Mrs. B. M. White of
Eagle, Colo.,"' wno""Js hero visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs!BlllingB.
Mrs. Maud Fitch, who has boon a
guest at tho McCor1hf$k'fiomo, has left '
for her home in Eureka.
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Mrs. John Frank Judgo ontortaniod
a party Of"Ti score or" more of her
friends Tutfeday at the christening of
hor second son, Gilbert Whymond
Judge. ' 'Tlio Infdnt was namcd'by tho
Rev. Father Ryan "a"hd lator a tea "
cbfebrated tho inte'resting event.
Mrs. Charfes W. Whlteloy enter
tained a feTw of her friends at a
luncheon, Tuesday at tho Tennis club,
tho affafr being In honor of her sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. Daugherty of Portland,
and Mrs. Robert Gould Smith of'San
Francisco. ' '
Dr. Louis E. Arnold has returned
from Galosburg, 111., whore he went
to spend tho holidays with relatives.
Mrs. Arnold and" no children re
mained in Galesburg for a longer
Tho engagement is announced of
Miss Winnlf red Burrows and Edward
J. Fitzgerald, tho local violinist and
assistant to Mr. WcTh'e at the Or
ptioum. Mr. and ,Mrs. Phil J. Purcoll, who
were married In Denver on January
8, have rotufned from their wedding
trip and are xCx, the Hotel Utah.
"COME WITH ME TO MAXIM'S."
Tho high standard of oxcollonco
maintained by tho managoment of tho
Cafe Maxim in tho Kenyon hotel
building has won for that place a high
mark in the estimation of discrlm
mating diners. For thoso who relish
perfect cuisino and splendid music,
Maxim's is tho one place to visit. The
business men's luncheons during the
week aro a strong drawing foaturo
and ono that has' enhanced tho repu
tation of the house. Tho dinners in
,tha ovoning aro popular as well.
While tho host- clio"fs In tho city aro
delighting thc-'innor man, a number
of ospoclally engaged artists aro bus
ily ongagod In tho work of delighting
tho oar wilh songs and musical selec
tions. Mniiagor Willo has engaged
Miss Elizabeth. Mayors, Miss Bessie
Duhias and McDonald & Mahr to
'entertain his guosts,"and they, with
a splendid orchostra, do it to an ar
tistic finish. For a luncheon or a
dinner, Maxim's Is THE place. (Adv.)
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