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THE IVEHIKO WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 191.
Wives Support Hubbies
In Paris, and Enjoy It;
Good Housekeepers, Too
It tha Family Income III 2" ggWj "" tolulM nJ
fnnim lti ii ..... raDmr t,. inn At
77o Sma, IViTic Gcee
Ouf anf Get a Jo6
and 7ien Everything
h Fine And She Doe$
Her Own Marketing,
Bcnnomy and thrift art thn at
tribute of thr Pari houii keeper.
Thei usorki no-man's uifr dom not
-Im to took Ukr hrr rich neiahhor.
Bhe watrAr'i tor Itarpiitn and
know i one uhen the ee it.
The itudy of the roit of every de
tail it her nnrtirutar nriite.
The moioritji of women me.rrlet to
Basinet men are bulvei$ women.
By Sophie Irene Loeb.
PARIS. O't. 1. While our American
gnuiekeepr; are BBttltsYI w th th" pinb.
Urn of th high roil of living. thlr
ltr arro th sea In i mrt have
hud generation! of st'irly in the matter
at Monomy. wlilrh they practice .la ly.
At present there I' goinivvhat nf a simi
larity In the price f fno,l sinffe mid
the fundi to meet them. The nous-1
keapera of Paris are praeti.allv divided
Im three distinct classes, aside from
the Independently rich.
,The prime conel.leratlnn of the avernjr
Ifc. however, la the bait UM or tha
family echequr. Therefore. In Purl
and Franea genralli womm' clubs are
mutual. SufTra: e In pr.ict'.cally un
knawn. but le replaced by many cooking
achaola, where women of every clJ go
ta prfet thems-lve in the art of
Conomy. Theae are presided over by
aduate ehefe. who glva practical dam
anatratlona. fcr which the woman are
(aad to pay.
The three elajgaaf of hmise'irepera
, mentioned are tha lahor.-r'a wife, the
clrk' wlfa and what la termed the
"petite bouricoolM," living on a amall
gicacn provided by the Investment of
trarnmiite.j rmm father to eon or
mother to daughter. Bo th.At alien I
talked to two of ihe women, a labor
ar'a wlfa and a clerk' wlfa. ther f
me ioim of their waya of manatement.
HOW THE LABORER'S WIFI
RUNS HER HOUSE.
The flrit of the- class of hotise
keeper flnda It generally aaater to
mak both enda meet than the two
others, because the larnrer'e wife doee
not have to take prea ranee Into consid
eration. That la to env. her fumll" can
dress as they see fit. The husband can
(a nut in hie overalls, does not need the
luxury of a stiff collar or a belled shlr,
and all hi Sunday IBM consists In
a clean, but crimp, suit. The wJfe'f
daily dnss L.BBIB her mi an average I.
to $3. and her Sunday gear does not
amount to more than IS or I'.
Then, too, aha Dnda (Teat faell
ltte for tha pnrohaa of food
stuffs. hs aaakea it a praotloa to
go to tha direct market, where aha
can buy a anfflrlent amount of
goods to last her nets' neat mar
ket dy at a lower price than ah
oonlA buy them from tha local
he Uvea Lm aa few rooms
possible, ao that 'he actual husl-
sas of honaekeeplng la leeaened.
ha gansraiiy resides en the ont
aklrtn or In a anbnrb where ranta
ara not very high and aha rata tha
maximum specs for a minimum
She does her own wssYng. Private
corporation, and also the city of Paris,
put at her disposal loro ivh nouses
nearby in which sh enn rent p. ice for
about four cents an hrur.
Th elerk'a wife ha a little mo, dif
ficulty In making hath ends met drat
of alt. berajeei a clerk's salary 1 very
often Ijelnw the average earning of .1
skilled workmin; secondly, because she.
i- to "keep up appearances" nnd can
not let her husband go out with frayed
linen or worn-nut plothea, She herself
must dreas fairly Wall, her children mint
I'totho clirapty. Hlie 'i.'pa Iwr hu-;r
Kind l'ii- tits) cbithes. t iking til Uin.
It And them while he ! at work.
There ure several large cirtltiug houses
where alie can get a fairly ! suit far
her husband for about H .r Hi.
Il.r nun dresso aKie often makes her
self, for marly e"tv wnmnn In lMMIc
learns t.v sew ffMI el.lllhnol. She
manag . find soma t ;!;;. marvellous
j barsTUa)i In rums of lha l.rt store
land know on wh ii M leas It, 'the
details of some of th mlrseles por-
fonned bv the T'artsinn frlrl or woman
to appesr neatly urvrred would nil nn
Interesting book. In the .Irrk's elaaa 1
may venture to atat the expanse for
dress wliere the femily I not too targe
does not amount to more than I10O or
1120 a year.
WIFE OF CLERK HAS THE
Th rlerk' wlf alro goes to the local
market to get her foodst'iffa, hut aa
office work does not call for o much
phyalcal w ar a MAMl Inbor, she can
pur'hare a iina.lcr quantity of food
tlisu the workman's wife, end the kind
of food she gives let husband for hi
particular need la her careful atudy.
Thu.i. th food Mt( buy cannot be of
the enaroMt kind. b"auso manual labor
will render the dlgstlnn of aunh food
asy, but office, work would have the
osvpoatte affect. Bn the ho usewlfe of th
lcrk or office man make It her aim
to divide the Salary according to th
A clerk' wife wl'l not wllllnjrly go to
the washhouse, but he will meet that
part of the problem by giving to the
How the Housewives of France
Make Both Ends Meet in Home
Hsre is the way tha ealary of aa avera- laborer and rlark at
(3d anil 350 par mcntk rapetll I divided -rordtaj; to Tranch
mtnt SS.oa Bent $10.00
Wear and tear at honaaheM
.00 ura 10.03
1.00 flag a ..)
.75 Washing 4.UO
War and tear 1.00
ro OoaJ 80
.40 Ijanadrv (man's lia) a r .
B OO Bank 9.00
ai.an rood 17.70
M 00 Total ten no
pocalbl to live batter. The vrif
doea not teem ta think thla a htrd
hlp In fact, ah ballevea It a
duty. Thrift and eccnomy are her
prime a' tribute aa a wire. Th
Soyaltr Of a Parisian wlfa In title
direction le proverbial.
The Pnrithfh hauglfe .'in does net
wash onlv the largest piece of hotiee
hold linen, and sh" will have thseaonlv
roueth-drted and do the litinlng herself.
Th smaller plecra of llren sh will
-sh herself In t-er own list. So thai
al orether the rleik's wife, with the
eo-cailed "keeplnx up of appearances."
seemingly has the moat difficult teak
nil IBS majority so.ve m wm m ,-nnir mCs .he l-'irh
a mis wv. '" - .. ..... living liv r ittlng down p'othlna: ex
paying position They tie. ome nuaine'ss prices, deereseng the a'liouni of f.iod tnoders
nil her I ov'work. w-s m llXIJIMi
Ifer plcasn.t s are tie - ki Iky simple, as
he rarely gce beyond bkr mean for
anything. It ut nig aluioit a crime to do
so. In her eyes
Reon atlons re gencrallv iinuir'it bv a
walk In tne publl parkk or h turn on
the boulevai.ls, whrie Mejtf wlndnwa
dkfplAy All the btagiifkj Sh'nita. but
laJ i ie bargHin. w lilrk will arm Bel her
to Imiw ov hoi- appes . .uii,, ejitaaswl Ko
ng til. i .letd.
T ie cln. tiii'.n.-tMplt are ( . i, -in s ,.,ws
kfford her im. pteaeu , t',.. Isejages
wlto belli; .l is,, lately on kbkj t.. pay the
high prlta nkd at the atrdtnarv fli-M-Itei.
The "petite kotirgro!'' baa much the
satie klnt . probleni a I . ui.
i'erk' wife. Mita Ikia idlfferenos 4hal
ahe nun live w'unever 'ii plfgeeg r I
Is muc h more IfssVcaatd gt a in appee: -
snces r:nn tt-... two eerfier el .', of
hum wives. Then, it naWt lain t... eeV
gktiKJd tivnt h i keeonip being ieerad,
arte 'toes not neea to d.m,'.. far the
oootiOfencVti or ittnes ,,r .,, identg in I
the siitne deinee as a llerk'l fe.
As "ie.it Is iralte hiart In Curls. It Is j
much avoided nnd is rjg4ae1 ., t .1
i eolng meal k MVf kietl nsi
,s iso m.iny t ill 1 1 w i ie n. ips Hr,. nieil - i
GLtEANS THE HI ID IKES ff
teBTIFIIL-25 CEHT mm
In a few momenta your huir looks soft, fluflfv. lus
trous and abundant No falling hair or dancntuff
Surely try a"Innilerinc llnir Cleanse
If you wisli to immi 'lintely ilonMe the
beauty of your liair. Just moisten n
rlotli with Damlrrine ami ilraw it i are
fullv llirmigh your lisir, tnkinff one
small strand at n time; this will rhMRtC
the hair df rlutl. tllft or any nrreive
nil. In a few moments you will he
gnagesj, Your ltair will tie wnvy, fluffy
ati'l nlmiiilsnt nnil POesesg an iiirofn
parnltle softness, lus're uml Inturianev,.
th liciuily ami shimi irr of true hair
Reside beanklfylsfl Ike hair. rtc
plirntinn nf lnuilerin tltssolvrs every
.ailiile of llnwrtrff . elr.an'ri. purifio
nil Ikviaotate tic nip. forever U'J
"ny. Itrlllnel sn.l f .Uin-; hair.
Ilnti Irrine i to the hair whl fresh
ihngregs of rain aiul siinsiiHic wre to
rearftdtlok, It itoes right to (he roots.
invWofgirej anil strengthens Ihera, It
pgliilarattair, linin!itvt: wiol lifc-prr-tlnHttff
njfppeftw's reuse the tair In
-row hemUanUy lng. strong ami
isii snr. 'v leavi .ptetlv, Wt,
lntHii hoir. ami IjI if ll, if.voii will
Ii,. I -el a :.i CI'BI loi'.lli- of Knowltoti-
Onniterinr front .Ircg store or
Idl'et i nt- mttfrv I. wilrrryteM.
nnmen As ,n Pr'Pch saleswoman ex
plained to me. "Why should I everlaat
Ingly remain In my Utile flat and 4t
the work of a girl for tl a wek when
I oan earn versl times aa mnehT"
Often, when the hnabaneVe ealary
la very low. each aa MB or B40 a
mouth th wife take clerical
poeftlon In aa oflce, kr earning
there rangtnr about the game aa
his th Jotrt amount making It
to the very limit and hy doing
wthoitt nwet rrthefete Hi ..,o-
ost of.raiolllea I ve ..mnllv on fre.h veseitblea. I IT MAKHS I 1111 Ii DIFFI H '( -.l WUIrlAI Vf l
'"-s- " e ' ' -.r i.r,Ti,.wil II the
Boas-hold, ns too .Jiea.Be
beolutvly rradB I ntlv f,.-tv gjegga .. peon !.
A Wt)ULD "WAST" -l AVI! I GO AND OfT IT.
tDouble stamps Until 1 p. m.
I- SETTLES SOUR, UPSET STOMACH IN
FIVE MINUTES PAPE'S OlflPEPSIN.
As soon as it reaches the stomach all that distressing
gas. Sourness, Heartburn and Indigestion vanishes.
Time ill In five minutes all stomal 1 Get a large (if I y-cent case of Pape's
distress gore. No indigestion, heart-1 Hinpcpiin fri.m any drug store and put
liurn, sourness or lieU liing of gas, arid, or your itofflaCN ripht. Sln tiring miser
cruclglions of unrlipestrd food, no dilzi- iblc life it loo short you arc not here
ness. 1. 1. .sting, foul breMh or hesrlai he. long, so make your slay agreeable. Ksl
Tape's Dinpepsiti is noted for its speed 'what you like and digest it; enjoy it,
in regulating upset stomach. It ll IB wtbjl fear of rebellion in the ntomiich
stireit, quickest stomach doctor in the Dinpepsiti belongs in your home,
whole world, and beside it is harmless ' -'hnpld one of the family eat something
anil delightful. whirh ilnesn I airrcc Willi Ihrm or tn mac
Millions of men and women now eat.nf an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia.
be neat and keBldag ah must live tn a their favorite foods without fear tlieyUrastnti or stomach derangement, it is
fairly decent part of the city, near his know it is needless to have a bni!therr to give the ouickest. rarest relief
employment. Also, she must buy good stomnrh (known
Famous Pitchers Get Their Smoke
FAMOUS batters keep their nerves steady
and their batting eyes keen through the
soothing enjoyment, the relaxation,
the restfulness tnat comes from smoking
And the Fans the thousands that pack
the stands consider a pipeful of Tuxedo
essential to their enjoyment of the game.
Xien i. etui :.i.rr, .:
v'ey Hrrayrt, Vc c, T f , "
Furniture Week Is Here!
Hi. !. Rauth and kiks Orclaetra
Civ Two Concerts Ikwllv tt t"r Nlsth I lev. tram 111 .
M. i 19 , an i from te.4 I. pif'erenl orrnma
of and oo .ulr eeTectgasaa gaB con. ert. 0 mr gal
hear ii, mi, i ir vc
CHRISTY MAT i I BW80M
" Tuxdi frt tn me inn natural,
pltaiant uay. Jt's wht t OM
good, honest, tompunio'uible tobuC'
-IHe kind to site to.
"When I have any Manning to
4o, I ant mv Tuxedo. It helps
mut helps a th mgkt along. It ret -tminly
is the perftti pipe tobacco '"
Vaatt The perfect pipe tobacco
Tuxedo has made thousands of men
converts to the pipe. Athletes, sportsmen,
men who enjoy lite in the open, as well as
actors, lawyers, ministers, and other profes
sional men, testify that Tuxedo affords them
complete enjoyment and has a soothing in
fluence on their throats.
Tuxedo is made of the finest, mildest
leaves of high-grade Burley tobacco, so
treated under the famous "Tuxedo process"
that it burns slow and cool, with a delightful
flavor and aroma. Tuxedo cannot bite,
scorch or irritate the most delicate throat
Tuxedo has many imitators in outward
appearance. It has no equal in the pipe.
CMAS. If. Tl'SREAU
" swear by Tuxedo betaue a
man can smote it utthout hurtinf
h; imnd and enjoy it, too, Tti
tor Tuxedo every time."
j $32.0 Brass
We art trying tn make Friends, not Profit
Beemmme we want Co mnow everybody within
trsvelUn d scarce of this store flow much
money they can save on Humitare hrc.
If you are planning; to buy any furniture at all, any time
this winter, buy it now. You have all to gain, nothing to
lose, for the vcrv furniture vou have in mind to mt.
whatever it may be, will cost you much less now thn it
will later on.
Our Liberal Credit Plan
onal'ks ytrn to get the tirmiUirc now, ut thctd low prices, unci puy lor It late: Simply
make a deposit and tlie furniture will be delivered tn your "home. And vein art
then pay the lnlance in convenient payments while yon areuslnx the lumltim.'
A ovfhere else In ffv world can you mmy
at such low price om these libera
al nl'lllh""1siintjir !. f,,r I t
ener-f'-r l of 4'f N
9 . CV m ttr-tmt.
f M. t p fag. iv-. -
era J.1n to
ttvtuat t'.i it,., all lor
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient nouch. inner-lined r Famoos tire en tin. with cold 1 i
willi moiit urc -proof "at.cr Dc lettering, cur.ed to fit pocket 1 Ur
"After a stilt altetnoon, I find
Tuxedo mighty enjoyable . Tuxedo
- that's me.'"
r nu r (r
aeef prtiti, i.(.((ier.
h aadaadld uoloniai
U slajii. niaavslvs imste
and vmjm .n .'inliiine.
Heavy llllera wllh
haninome hiiaka. The
KlultreKa Ik ,,ur r .
lar 4.. lb. ;ure rclti'ii
lelt e llh fine tlrl.lng
ilia sflna hiM
, metal frame model with woven wire fakfe Ta'o plllowa gg
ruis aaniiavy r isitliera, with lnvv tli'Klng.
s35 Brass Beds$M Brass
5 Year Cumrantmmd
irt 1 1 1 1 i ma
Two lik'h posts, md top n Is, tarft hill
cornfr mounts Wi Inch rruli In panel,
centre roj. fourteen one-Inch fillers with
lrf;f fiat-ends. All finishes. All sizes.
Mot rtee. trm m
riKUbt!on two-Inch posts jnd bdCW hifsd
Bome liiisfc Tiond licuer In glUiiiMlm.
lull sueJ, of se
I e c t d (ulden
oak, Frendi les
with claw feet.
$65 Five-Piece Parlor Suites $
An Exact Reprodmetloa at a ftOO Wmm at
I I B B I i I i 1
Lane well-shcnad ntaeaa. wRh)
ltlsrti backs, and across top est
each hack Is a handsomgWl
carved top rail. The fnnsM
an- made from solid he.
ftrcn, in nitsniy ponsnea nsa
hoKany finish. Panne or illk
plush, tapestry or Imitation
Spanish leather covering
jwwinr rirurmrw-.-,-.- awawatS ...n aSsSSSsSaWSaJ ' I '
are about one
hx!f itze of
"Things happen in kutbtll thai
vculd mate any man a little nerv
ous. I believe Tuxcto helps to
keep a player from felling lnn
tmtrvous and going st'i.e. fie far
'fmxedo strong . '
" Tu xedo i the ideal loben.o far
me betakse I (an enivy i tool,
rsreet suuite :t it'oi,t atfj Adf r
tual atlacU. 'Inxado for mine "
Book Case an 1 De sk
In quarlrrtd oak and
La.'K Jfk with plK
etm holdl iind driwer.
Pour Shelf Book
case, with fclav- door
cirved top and desk I
1 French Mirror.
Spanish Art Leather
71 chair like
no Id h v ore
tor ess than
Leil th:in half prL'e.
for this elegant Wf,
rocker. Very attractive covering of brown
Spanish Art Leather.
I hi I tha lowest
gtrira eier qejataai
far a aVraasav
36 Inch U.we, J dflWa
rs with wi io Jen
knot's. Attractive toi
let with nlCcl; carved
stamtarJs and 12X10
Inch No. 1 plate? g'ais
$22 Dressers & Moniers
1! excellently polished plfces of genuine high'grade ..!. The
laes arc 4( inches long, in graceful terpentine shape, have "i-""
knobs on drawers. Choice of oval or pattern slutv nuir -rs.
$100 Dining Suite
I ptctas consJitlnfctt
U Ghair. $S
X maanlflcani Oaarterej v.a aaiii:. ut li. !...:( finish and construction Ylas-
sive carved buffet, worth SJS.0O. Carved f.hina Closet, Carved Extensiu
fjhle and 4 firvrd claw fivot flairs with leather slip seals This set I
golden oak finish ready for delivery, Fumed Oik and fcirly tnglish Inns
made to vour order
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