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Wednesday, July 31, 1818
Summer Beauty Talks1
And Health Hints
By Pauline Furlong
l iA : It lit lli- I'.cm I'ut'.uliim f'o T.n' Ni Vork I. cuius W:ll
"Chinning the Bar" lo Strengthen Muscles
AN ixretlrnt treatment tor development of the ahouldcr, back, chest
at.d upper arms, as well us straightening crooked spines, Is the ,
exert lse Known ns "thinning I ho liar." It should not, however, Ihj ,
attempted by any hut those who have strcnguiencu
themselves through milder forum of exercise.
For those who havo not yet reached their full
siowth. cay persons under twenty-four years of age,
this exorcise will. If persistently adhered to dally, add
Mrral Inches to their height.
"Chinning the bar" may bo practiced from any
doorway or transom, or from a tree limb. To practise
u properly, stand on a box or chair Just high enough
-rnnrnvni. , nermit vou to roach hd and llrmly grasp the limb or
bar with both hands. Then kick the support away and hang by the hands
alone. Now twist the body from side to side several times and, If this has
not tired you too much, draw yourself up until your chin touches the bar. j
Ily thus raising and lowering the body several times you add much to the
strength of body muscles, especially those of the shoulders, back and chest.
Hear In mind, however, that this Is a rather violent form of exercise,
vhlch must not be carried to excess. Do not strain the muscles, else you
may not only fall to accomplish the desired result, but do yourself Injury.
It Is better to practise this exercise for a minute or two several times a
day than to overdo It at any one time.
TUIn persons should be careful to take this exercise only suulclently
to stimulate circulation and appetite. They especially should be careful
not to carry It to a point of fatigue. They should also be careful to tako
only slightly warm or tepid baths after strenuous exercises of this kind,
' as both hot and cold baths arc powerful stimulants.
A good menu for to-day Is: A glass of either hot or cold water before
breakfast: sliced peaches and cream, corn mulllns, coffee or a glass of milk.
For luncheon, egg-malted milk, Boston brown bread and butter. For din
ner, cream of potato soup, baked eggplant, green corn on the cob, mashed
potatoes and hearts of lettuce with mayonnaise.
I've Changed My Mind
to T1 IS l-i. twin (In.
(Th N-w York mlna Work).)
By Maurice Ketten
How to Bathe the Baby in Hot Weather I
TIIK Childtrns Huron! of tile Do-j fore retiring will make the children
partmcnt of Iibor is now ex-j more comfortable. This nhould be i
- ...... ....... nffi,l In tlu t.rew.m ' Otllcklv itmny h.I.1.1.- ....
- ' ' ."""iiik Knuy with a
e.imralgn to save tne lives of tin.OOO
ch'ldron this year. A large cor'is of
nurses hft been established to look
nftcr tho welfare of the chlld.-en.
i.vwi noi ioo wet anl each part
betru; dried before the next Is wotted
The water for this bath should bo of
body tempera:...,.. On hot iinvn th
Their special duty Is to teach parents ! addition of soda or ualt. ono tea
how to meet the needs f tl.ctr ih 1- i spoonful to c.ivb pint 0f water, will
dron. I bo found "oolh.iiff. Cool baths should
This is an excellent service to hu- , not be given to children under four
inanity and tho campaign mmnu rc- jears or ago
olve. tho same whole-hearted co
operation that has been accorded tho
various war conservations.
Foremost In this wrvlco In tho
mother. If every mother will strain
every effort to keep her own children
wit and comfortable during this sum
mer she will bo doing her bit in tho
It is not advUablo to civo delate
children frequent baths, it is too
great a strain upon tholr vitality, if
an Infant shows fear of water place
tho child In a towc and gradually
lower this into tho water. If a
chlld'fl kln is scnaitlvo &oap .should
not bo used. Salt r,- ,i. v....
.Ul.,Lb? ""''""""ed. In tho for-
t,.i. i.a chiid'a well-being, es- cup of w t in ,.v,.i-v
pcclally m warm weather, depends Sn","ntof-ran I JhVe,CP iPK
upon Its baths, n I" a mistake to bag.' ,.,lt It l" "'"ho and '
Immerso tho child, several times a .M-iiierzo It about fV0 minutes U-fotl
day under the impression It Is cool- , e-wng the bath
lug. A tub bath once a nay is sum-(
'dent moro than this is apt to ex
haust the vitality of the hild. An
nfant tinder two weeks old should
not bo nut into a bathtub, but after
that age the child can safely bo g.ve.n 1
'a tub bnMi everv morning about ono
hour uhliln feeding time. There is a
' certain modus operandi to bo fol
lowed in this. First tho face and
head should bo washed and dried,
then tho entire body should bo nulck-
3jv soaped and the baby placed Into
' the bathtub. Test the water by vour
elbow and havo It come up to babv'H
nock when In a reclining position.
(When the child sits up tho water
WHVOOH'TYou iVeA&OUT ) I ) , I THi'MK I HEAR. ) .fUNM!
CjET MAfPHED ) MAIKOP MV ( V6ABy CfVINCj iJt1?"1
)tK,u. ) S DoThgvall HeciGs I Don r )
(rfr- TeETHGr3 Mikb Tnat JDAYako ; How You STAND ir'
( C!2 Z '
I WAUcTfte ) Pr; N HmArt ) ) 1 HAVe CHANGED )
TZ 7 NIGHT . V J m ccl Wn. C
Original Fashion Designs-
For The Evening World's
By Mildred Lodcwick
Ontrllht. Itilf. I'j TV It- l'uMUM.ic Co. (Tir NV Tork Eiralnf TVoil4.)
White Satin Blouse, Kimono Style
tAkrn up tho
very graciously they
could not entirely
forsake their old
stand-by. tho sep
arate skirt. It seems
to have an Invatu
nblo facility for fill
ing In Itttlo nooks
anil crevices In the
wardrobo that noth
ing else cm. Atlenst
one separate skirt Is
ns much a necessity
to-day a H ever
was. All varieties of
cotton and linen
fabrics arn used, but
tho smartest fabrics
are sport satin and
khaki kool. Though
figures and stripes
wore used exten
sively last year, tho
plain colors havo
again, and wtion ac
companied by a vel
veteen Hlip-on or
knitted sweater of
silk or wool mako
an exceedingly rich
and pretty costume.
the Benson Is over
such an outfit Is
bound to become
thing to change Its
I and lend a refresh
ing diversion Is of
fered In my deelgn
of white sport satin
made kimono style,
from ono yard and
nn eighth of the
goods, simple in linn
tlx distinctive fea
ture Is the tie and the manner In j Kimono blouses may be cut In two
whlrh It appears. The neck of the
blouse being cut square, In slashed In
toward tho shoulder on each side, und
It In from vboso slnshon that tho tie
emerges, under the yes of two pearl
buttons, 'Hie binding of tho edges of
this litouse may match the color of
the skirt or rontrast prettily with U
it uui rurwiin r r mnn nnnnnriiir nmriinnnnrir nrnnrnnriiiiVkAn
A BLOUSE AND 8KIRT HELP TO ENLARGE
A Girl's Whim Brings On a Battle
And a Man Reported Dead
Becomes a Prisoner
Johnnie wo.i poised rigidly, his moui'i never ceased his babbling and nevor "Nut yet, but we will hear mjiiic be
open, his hands l.alted in midair. T.io awoke to 1ns surroundings. long, i m surr
LMr, Li lrt.au ViroitJ
MMI1MIS 01' 1'IIKl KUIM, I'llAI-rKK-l
sick man's voice had risen, and
O'ltellly, with a peculiar expression
of amazement upon his face, wad
straining his ears to hear wnai ne
"Kh7 What's the matter?" Jildson
For a moment O'lloilly remalnM
frcz- 'i :i . i ma u'
word ho strode to the sufferer. Ho
Vour nti tit docs us much for me mi
this ladj's care llut when you go
uwny. when fm alone.
.jour hand. At first the bath should
bo quickly given, ono or two minutes
.being ample, and the drying dona
with a soft Turkisn towel and very
gentlo rubbing. As the child grows
older the tub bath may last live min
utes It tho child is vigorous.
Wubh cloths of ehceso cloth or worn
napkins am more sanltarv and prefer
able to sponges for infants, and as
.they grow older iho Turkish cloths
may bo substituted, t'so oniy pure,
unsccnted. castllo soap.
During the warm weather a sougo
bath during tho day and ono just be-
' CANNING BOOK FREE
For Evening World Readers.
All the stepn In canning aro de
scribed and illustrated in the book
lot "Homo Canning and Drying of
Vegetables and Fruits," prepared by
experts of the National War Garden
This booklet will be given free of
charge to Kvenlng World leaders,
who have only to clip out this notice
and present it at uny World oHIoe
If ou wi.h it mailed to you send a
two-cent stamp and your name and
address to the National War Garden
CominUsiun, Washington, D. C, and
the booklet will bo mailed to you.
Inf irmallon Hureau, I'ulltzer
(World) Iluildlnir. No. C3 I 'ark How.
Uptown ofili'e, No. 1333 Broadway
(nor.. ii mi corntr of liSlh Htieot).
llm'i.ii Offii., Ni-. 105 West lilJth
SU'i ' It'.' or I' onlh An emit').
Hron DIi.l. , .No. 410 Hast 113th
..Slrtet (iieur Third Avenue).
COME QUEER AOS.
Wanted A lierdr for 6"0 oheop
that imi: -e.i); SimpisIi lluently.
... (V- .... . ruil, IU.,111 DUllLrr. IA klII,H 111 A l.w k..i,.i..i. m alat,. .1..-
.v.m,i.i .')iii ,rt I ii i .', rrnniLhi. i,u iiuru rr h j,,n i . t,.nH ...... u - -j m ..-.. : . . . . . i .
Diiui..i i. .. -' - - u;.. : ... ,r. i"-- i-j.wiw ui niun.rf fiu, ui uie uuu Ui'nn?. ttieDto ini lorwaru. KiarinR inio mi: vuuaui, ... - . ... .v... -nn.nir k. ' i'u iimi i uoiu
.. j 'a ImeU !! 1 : ..V ." T "V ' 1 '""l llnu..lff luinl H IhO imu latiM LLair lrtiuull'X MLacuD , - ' . .. I....... V,l III IfOllt UI lliu IUI IV num. n ' ,,, v, ..,.,
ailU bll ipni tc " . iu ir ri-i.iltp tall.l llllllly 1 m-ii lii'i hi,. I,v f.lllt.j iiiin u-M .1 ii . .Is.... v.lkinj ii. UIHUniUU luut'. ti nuinv Hum ... . . .., kit. nwn i.tiiih.
jntz, Hu was ono of Ilxra'a men, and
lie told urn thut Ic-pez had gouu to
tho Ilubl Hills with Maoeo and tntit
there wcro none of our men loft In the
when I liogln piovince, II" told mo otlior tilings,
loo. II was irom nun inai i itiirn"u
K.ili'lr.in Varona's thin handj clutched
, '7 .i mil toiirxeir to .loiil.t " (Vlielllv mild edged or lil liamiuoo.K. and n
return to the Hty among tho nl Ju f t 1 .ml.t, " lt V "J rml ,,m head vt.tikly fn.m side to
leaves. Tho Culntas Mountnini aI,J "LTl tfr""'' "'l 'T rr!,..,0,,7 '''"1
Vou heard that Mho had .'"""V.. .L. ,.?...
Hit' I II III U I I i I Mi Wiui ill J nnni
T was a laliny. languid morning to think
nbout two weekH after O'ltcllly's "Don't think too tiiuoli; don't T
were gren nd snarkllng from t re- Hoinehow.
uTh. nii .TmS: "i j, J,UK, '." . ltebm iui iio ii,i n-iit.i to the siwnivii throat, a crj' that was iiko a sou, ami.
ffhWfF?' ttriWWWlWrWttkM kncollng. ho1 gathered tho frail, filthy
lir iSS; iuiw Jrmin,0 ,o ,rk'lii;?''"k,'" "tirr taiiiui or Hie tti,u' miiunui. Ilgure Into his arms.
ATLTa Jllir'r1rl' -VX "ftiil. oS? ."5.in This is O'ltellly. O'Hall-ye! Don't you
iT'S&aTW11 . ."ow me? O'ltellly, yuur .'iienU. your
. i , ,t. .i.inA. t.iii,Ti mm i ,,i u itiiiiiiu un.in 11,
ceni snowor; wihhi iiiuh nuu'iii"-' 1 ; 'V .. . ironn'
at'heu mo i uiiniri, nui now wo Know " . ,.Y
their wavering streamers or blue; a , tM0 p.,,, (lo MamnwiH long after
nack tmln from tlio lower country tuai. in tun miimio way loih;?. assiirta
wn onlo.idlmr fresh vetetnbloH In tho '" POUtlvely that ou were deud. uomn, ,o bi y iran i ii I iiiiii
wiu unloading fresh e,etnmoH in inn u,,",((ik y,,,,, ,f ,,. how known and lov.il. to leave .Matanzas
there! We know Imttor
now," () Itellly nald Aoolhlngiy.
"After the man had finished I felt
the destrii to gut away from nil I had
for now flnlde and rtvo what was loft
of mo to thu cans'.'.
I premium Alberto and the girls
mam sitc.'i. aim a Knnii m tll) fu(h w0 ca plU m any Bory No
men wcro uispuuug over mum. own uosa is lure, anil tjen. Uom4 will
,,..i.uu.n.i-... -k, i... minrr e or iimi s r.ikc. icii oinwuai coiiiireii uric oiayjiiK iii-.iinj. fwv.i utuu 111 iii-i i nai n n u.iv ...... . ..
ii'M1.',1'.!1, trur-niwuy ti,rm i,vk u, diu iniiirnu thev've dono to you! Look at mo. In u hummis k swung between two I've boon waiting for -that and what " ' ' J" fl V ' aL,.
listcban! IKili at me: i,ook at me; iree.s listenan vaiona my. ihwiiiok i juu iiiikiii. iiuvo io leu me.
Oh. I'Isteban!" the ndmonltlons of his nurse. "Vou know .ill that I know now and
CIliPTFlt '1V mi'i uiri i noss, Miieli thankfuliii-as, .lohnnio (j Iteillj iiiui Juki nimo tnem evoryiuing tiiat has happened to mo.
tiorli lielnirr ttip I'uSnii
- imiiij rnirr lll'all NTM'r
plained to his American friends, if m1c.k n.is.slonnie. nitv wore in hli Ixith a lo-urty good niuruiiig, and 'low "i don t tuiow now uu i.iine In lie
f.'oBtinnl i ai,y niaee outslile of 1 1 tin ii., was frienrl'i ho.irm. voice that Judnun Norlno wius sating: "tine houi . no In a c Ii in San Antonio do Ion llanos.
Kit T.VIN histories of the Cuban ukolv to ..nmai,. ,,.i.-iu ii, ..r. drew closer. Ho noticed that tho faint- more. on hod a tomiieriituro ngaln iiiiIi m fium the placo you wore
vtar lor inueiicnaenco apean (iin(.H
of "Tho llattle of Santiago do otjlt.r
los llanos " They relate how gg-y
tiaiiiuiu wywnn American lady, nan
a gallant nna
h candt tooth nmv leV , i mil1, est flame of reason lllrKered for an hint night, and ll came from talking killed. That , still a mvsiery."
-s, candj. tooth-powder, and sudi )n!itarit ln lno H)ck m!in's noow eye; too much." "It Is very mmpl.. nui.go K
;r deJIcaoles as appeared neoesi- ,j,en tnny ignn to rovn again, and "Oh, I'm better this morning, hs- goxl people found mo n few hi
f to tho contentment of a vlsitiir,' me same rustling whisper rocom- nban d dared. "I'm getting 0 that after I lost eonseioiiMiis. T
meant more food for them. Any
how, Ix'tweon us wo prevailed 11,1011
I lie 1 11 r Meni;er to take mo airing. I
was free lo eullnt, since 1 couldn't
tench Lopez, and I t.une to Join our
fori etj la tint Orient.
"That Ih how you found mo In ih.s
K province. IOiwz'n men never dollv-
hours ,,r,il those diutputc - for wo wolf
They 'akeu crossing tho tioclui nt least I
uur- W"K 'aken. for Pablo wns killed. It
... . , . .1.1 I U.-l,t, t. Illllf I UU4 l,Hl Hri.,1 ill .ll,l,U.U.Ml I h .,1 I,,. ..1, nil ...L.ul I.IMMK.P.
nlon n He i menCCU. .1110011 nau 11W1MI Wlim-illllll. " ' - . .. nuu. .,... .... .1..., ..i..i.,
..niinnrv .. .. ......... . f O' Hell v'h ntorv : he had heard men- iirsi, nuv mw nii.u diiu iu iur mm rinuiiu,' uuu .. '.".?"::
-o u. mod was inu one. uoi. ixipci uiu r .:,','" ,,.., .-. ,..
linn HI r,nii-iiaii aiiu itiyre vu.w.im, ..w
rill. in and left fur dead.
Now, you -will do exactly as you I Mill! had life in Hie. they took me
Mv memory iloosn't servu ma very
rnstauuico by Its Sp.inlsli garrison; not beUovo in half measures; ouco 'je a,ood therefore In silent wondormont. " told. llMmoriil..r. it taken m just home wilh them. They with old well from that point, for they Jailed
how thoy released tho (prisoners in ,,nU .iotormineil to prove his devotion i - 'in: m the in. ..heient woids. one hour to make mv rounds .and If fnendH from .Mularizas l,v tho name '. 'T' ,' ?,, ri.
ii,.. i... I ( ill mtilnniuheil lhir owni . v i. J , , n'tinillv helil tVin bov tendorlv in ins J'"1 'o not. through with your tales ol of .i do cultured paopie who bad m noaa a goou deal. I seiim to n -
tho local Jail. . replenished their own to Norlno hv.inHi WJUd liavo HJC. O Holllj held tb" bo ' i.IcknI and battle when I get U.ck you'll Hod the city and worn hiding in tho member a stockade somewhere, ind
supplies and then retired in the lu:o rmccU u,IUJClf ti10 n0wor of his ; ' ' , pl.Ji.an to hear and to have to llnisli them to-morrow." in.uilgua, like tho rest of us." "Ihor prlsoner, some of whom nun-d
of oneanv ralnforciiments. It Is nuite .,,,ninj. .,,i ,,... ..,i . i" impioieu riouao iu i:iel,an looko,! after her his "Not V.iIiI. m. the notarv?" me on nay you found me In a -ell
Alberto Valdiw tn Han Antonio de los llanos. Well,
i t...- . r,H it I,.,.. . . .... . . ... . .. . , .. . .n... nt whito ti-eth irloarmxl anil hlH no'low 'Tim verv Maine.
a mining oiui, ia, ,vuu, .uiu .v iUHl precious uireo-pjunii snon in fry 10 near mc; iry. ne rv.it, "... ., i.....J n.r... i ,i..m'i Lnu, h,m. i ..,. n,nl. n.i i
but one fault, a fault, by the way. breilclm,g iho walls of .San Antonio agony. fin i '."V f" h. r. is , jj mn nfw ft, hl -;j;;l,J",-ll(.I'i;71 rUto win in never heard of the place." '
not uncommon in nU(torle It Is do los Hanos rather than fall, llut as ',,..?.. v' ,, i,;.,,. O'ltellly. "tihe i mi Ktrong. mi heal' hy. old iimn; he had hard work lo provide "It will probably nil come back to
v i , ' i.Vrk I , ,m n-l for '"'I ,,r f" hers-ir. K'"' wnd. r. food for his girls. .Neverthelew, In- you in time," ad O'lleillj
Am i Tin.f ii' T Hh J N 'h''11 ' st ''or l-nillng i . f u.si I u a ba ndo n me. The girls had "No doubt."
you and Itosa... i ntro is nno....i.i .... , ,,,,,, , ., , i.-,... , ....... i . , -ri.. ,. n n, r- ,.i,n
i.i,i. i'l nn. I in" tJ hiii- ,ir. ,,. ui.io.p,. tt v'.iiiy ui" ii I, ..ii', ' ',.s4 ..in up. ni; .. ....... .,.. n - " ' .
mainly untrue. a matter of fact the village hud n
.... , walls and it was defended only bv a
In tho first place, the engagement t.llllple of b,M.klloUi.H 'nroforo tho
w,i in no !eno a buttle, but mt-U'ly Colonel left hia .utillery behind.
,i raid. The number of troops on- Tho attack mine olt very well and
o ,..,h., ,..oft of the reunited in much booty l'ullo
. , on ins own acttiuui ami roiurneu lauen .,.. rh r'ninnni i unn fnrwinl ' '" ' 1 ""' "i "..nn .run. . ... . ....... i u.. ............. ,.w.
torlans, and as a military ma-noouvro wllh a 0anket and several coverlets ??,Vil i iti , hnn.i iinnn n'liill' r"ur' for n,V HlnosM leaves no;. Its a and then tho fever would rl.vi again mnn'n feelings suttlclently for onco?"
L. . .n . I ...... I ..I... ..... ... .1 ,1.1.. .. I .. 1... ..I,J 1 ..I.,. ..I ..I A. ....
,.n nOllieLllll.'VS UVHII i'l. I Lltnm Pll.l i-wtl- .in ii'i-I III!) llUin'O III"' till V.'.r., , .cn-iim, t will -.innrii
umer inun were ''"' '"" "; not lie real, llut she In, eh"" for my wounds bei .ime lnf's'te.1. God' haunted. O'ltellly guve himself up
ho column was ro.iii to move, nut ..H,(i in (U) Mi,Htanlm(' o"ltollly Ii neems to mo that I lay there sick to frowning thought. Norlne Mvans's
Jud.son signalled to olouoi i.opoz an i n,,,,,,, .,,, t10j ichh for years. When my tutiirn put an end to his Hpeeulatlons.
"I can tell when she In anywhere brain would clear I thought of ltoai, "Have you burrowed thin poor
it Kio-ved no nurno.-io whatsoever, wnicn no nau miatcnou irom a lieu, r. ,;. -v. .:,,,. ,...,,. hm-h ,nu mn n.i..-. " ""i " . n hliuh m ,i. - i,.
.... . .- . i, , , i. i declaring that he no luniror would ",n 1 .."uvl' ,, lays them on my head, mid It no tney worn r.i llirui. patient people: "I Have. I'll agree to In k about
fl'hat tho Cubans deUvorixl a nplrltcd U.ciar in, mat ho no lunger wnu l .. Vou wero nBht after all. I-ji- ,?.,., hiinit. ., ,,...,. dlHappeart. Vol 1 had waJk.-l east ii.slexd of nothlnir unnleasant horter."
ir lo show for hi tr,,an didn t dte. (jod must have wnt fnr,. H Mmw oool, d"llmous magic In wiwt. and now I win mlle.i away from Kstiflinn lurnol to his nurse, lnqtllr-
us io .-ian Anionnj io umm-r unn. i,,.r touch, it inukea a fellow want to home, and lie- country between was liur i-.1irin.t y. "Do vou think llosa is
lies sick, sick! O Iloilly said, Vt you .,vo perhaps noticed it?" Mwarming with Spaniards, who wop- alive?"
i io r iiurning, deniroyiiur. killing, lull "Why. or course I ih ! Aren't you
darn wouldn't know Matanias, O'ltellly. ll alive and --alriiont well?"
ML' vnll le infill All tllf: 1.11 K lellow.- m 11 ili.Mi'll. um till ur-nimimt tliftrn un
lute again I'm ,tlwa just n little bn uk lls ou ,j0 ( nnally be. nine able to drag my- no particular force in this suggestion:
loo lute. He'll die before ho can tell iNteUm pinked up rprrkly; his faro self around the hut llut I had no nevertheless, both men felt reassured
mo " dnrkenicl. "She or- nuntos othem. ini'itris of smiling word to Itona, and Kntohan heaved a cratoful sieIi. Af
"Wait! Tako hold of yourself. Well , , r not iSo onl one'"' the uncei tainty nn.irl made me craz . t r .1 moinuul he nald:
do all tnat can re none io have mm "won, hardly. ' .My clonics li.nl r- inu riom im . my "There is something I want to loll
jsow romo, wo must no going, or an There Wiu a nrier police: tnn i:-re- i,ones were juiri under me hkiii. i you both.
ositlon and his tono must hava boon a shooklng Hlght. "Walt until to-mornw," Norlne ad
me, have you heard The.n one duy there ciunn a fellow vlsoi.
travelling oast witu mewugiw for uo- (To Iln rontlniied.)
lI. ,fl,l I'.L'.trv
kauu there is no denying. A a inIll, U;ll, Konnining t0 sll0W for ul
miattcr of lact, tho engagement wus pains.
L'haractcriztd by an aliondon, bj a
iick of caution, truly senaUional, the
itcason bolns t'rat tho Inaurrctoh
t.viro half starved and stonnel tho
The prisoners In the local Jail, most- ' (l;,(,jnUrTiJ. took wh'it V,!u f'""Ps noticed It?"
ly ol, iHitrtuth. wore relea.s.'d. and one hu"' ' ll""0Pt"'.?1- nTvoc, . N.'"'" Y"V"i rla'K
iini.r ,i..vii wii.i ni, 1 nni tv ilk u k tlo j ve dom to nun him voici iani H on Iny ,,ad. However, I dar
. ' T, v I U,Bl,rS n ,1. hanp-d. Ho cried fU r.-lv: "Wol . 1 111 My vou-,, kM a11 th, k fallow
carrlisl by Iho totreaung Insurrt ctof.
rollowlng Judfons glnnci. O'KelMy
wiii-s. either with seams down each
shoulder, or a seam down tho back,
and It is the last way that I would
advise for thin model, making the
closing invisible with clasps or hoolcs.
Tho under arm seams are shaped to
give a slight fit, with two Uny ptalts
held In them from tho front section.
Whether the figure is stout or llm
those plnlts, which take the place of
darts, glvo a becoming Vine to a plain
Answer to Queries
ki KJitor '11m KtMilnc WorM:
If you would design
me a nimple way to
make up four yards of
dnrk blue Georgette
which I havo I would
undertake making Im
mediately a dress
which I need rery
much. Had thought
lo cornhlno gray Oeor-
eette In nemo wav. hut
k iavo no other Ideas
Am twenty-four yearn
of nge and can "wear
most any style.
ThU is a simple
style, but you will
need JVj yards of gray
Goorgotte for foundu-
lion, sanh. skirt, waist und undiSi--lUrfH
III110 chenille tassels
I10.VI1 much as hungi-y hoboo atta.-k beheld nn tmalatul figuie lying .11
lite nnauc 01 a nuaioy Kuuva uun.-i.
u lunch counter. Noverthelewi, ,inc
the affair had a diroet bo.rlng upon
The man wns c! .d In filthy lags, Ips
face wns dirty and overgrown with .1
Hit- lormues 01 ov.-.a n. m- 'IVy.'V ", . " ' '"'', Han Antonio will bo upon us." ban shifted his ,
lUHjtod with this atory, It la, perhaps. -rcJ ,' -nj-'y, .'-Vn tr f ro nl O'ltellly roused. "I'm him In my changed. 'Tell n
worth relating. them Issued a 'steady patter of' words, arms," ho ordered. "I'll carry him to any nows "'
fho Haths of .St. Anthony consisted but otherwise ho showed no sign of "mn ' ".'
01 a suipnnr JiprniK which ior many ,... . W,H ,nV,n,
Lost ii i' Ill.ink Park An um-1 years had been held in high rovaid nlo dismounted and lint Judson .1
brcl'ii b. iuiiir tu a genlUiimn with ,,v B))lltv ;ll,d rheumatic I'amaguo- hand w Ith Ins task,
a bor' il. and .1 bom hindle. .,iri,i ,i,,u ,.,,, , . .o,,. "Thof . what 1 'houglit m fit st. ni'
, For Hli- n nise in good ne ghlioi - Vans: around tins spnug a Mll.11 , . . j 1U ... ,lun,
hood, bv 111 invalid hub thru stunts had .'iiImii whi h b".ist'd rather bo - fMr"
nign ami nti ieu w .in a niriiucr. 1 (Pr snops than tne ordinary counirv " I hen w d tier .ook alter :.un
Mi. UriHvn, turrler, begs to an-
nftllll.-fl ll, ,1 III. U'lll IT, ill. III. rvMi-nu
capos and so rortn, ior ladles out of "-" . .,..6... hn, between our horsoB, and"
their wwn skin. Florida Times Union. Col, Lopez to attack it, for, da he ex- Judson looked up to discover tha
town. It was this fact which hal ouisonin. 1 iiisy (..uiians are mig,iT
LaroicoH, you imiov.. mj tun iiwiii
Hut Lopez shook hih head, saying,
gently: "it's a long march, jnd th"
titter would til better for him. Thank
Heaven wo have an angel of men ,
mailing u. and she w.ll know how tu
ni ii'o him well "
V 1. the troop lOMtlll'd 'y lelre.n
l...i.'l.i!i Viii'iiiu l.i .hu -pi iilid Ui'.:i
1 swinging bed between Olti ill) s and
.lildhuu'jt huievn Allhougli lhi-y i,ti
r'.td him as carefully as they could
throughout that long journey, be
THE GAY ADVENTURE
l)i:U(,HTFl I. ItOMWCi: OF A POOR VOl S(! MAX WHO GOT HIS WISH IS UFl!
i he First Chapter Will Be Printed Monday
r-VdiH I'lltrt- TV Ki-nim World
Will you holi mo in
designing a protty, dU
nllled drcrts which I
can mako from nat
ural color pongee silk,
as I havo U yards of it.
I am 27 years of age,
5 foot D Inchon tall, sc
inch bust I Iiko tho
pocket styles very
miioh. ns they aro so
convenient tor busi
ness. Mi mi M. K.
Thii frock may !
or"iied a far us the !
lo'ter uliji' uf pocket
011 left side. and
slipped on ovur tho
head. Collar of mlk
with overlay of ecru,
blue or white organd.
I'Mhlxi HIil.. Tli. CrmUiit Worl
.My daughter, fifteen
years of age, has a
white Georgette (Ires
from last year which I
wish to fix over. It ha
a squai- n:k with
deep luco eollar, ami
laco cuffs on tho Jons
sleeves. Skirt was nuni;
from Kmplro belt,
but have already gath
ered It from normal,
'Jhreo Inch lace band
inn Is Inserted In eklrt,
f'artlng from aide
MILS. ,1. T. C.
Hands of ribbon or
silk In two widths like.
this would change the character cC '
tno rrocK. -i. 1 ,