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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1916.
FURS A FRATT IRR OR THR RAT J . C.OSTl JMRSScanning recipes
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m,ic....w....miic rrv.UJ.Vl UiNLLE oAlvl
lNcuKjriecesor Aiioizes, iviuusui ah oi:apea
Furs Modish as Ever and More Expen-
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sive -te eian riare rias a Doom-
ferent Furs in Combinations
Models Especially Tempt
wMllirB .jfl sive Belgian Hare Mas a tsoom utt-
Official Advice on Means to Cut
Down Cost of Living and Add
4 Zest to Home Fare
YOU can? Uncle. Sum nays go ' natural state In the glass Jars or con
ahead and can and you wM tiilncrs. To the fruits hot syrup Is
hn ht. n i i.ir. ti.e .,f "1'Hllwl: to the vegetables and green
... , ' , . . ... "ol water nml n little salt uro added.
t living and havo all hinds of fresh -,.,. . filrrm(J H ,,,,,, , (,
, fruits and vegetables transmuted Into' Jurs ami containers nfter they arc
a .product which will vary your diet partly or entirely sealed. This makes
and add zest to the table. Such conn- J1 Practically Impossible for the bat-
. i . . . . terla or spores to enter the Jars after
c should a so cut down the wastes of ,,,,, ,.,,.', ,' ,. , ' ' ,
... '-' product has once Itccn carefully
field and farm. The sending out of lec- sterilized or cooked. Hy the cold pnek
turers throughout the rural districts process nil food products, Including
'under authority of the United States fftiH". vegetables nml meat, can he
, Department of Agriculture, the exten- T' t'm'Kt " inh'
, , , ' , , , , Period wltili hut one handling of the
slon Hi canning education, which la product In and out of the cannery."
finding an expression In the organlza- Applying science to canning, the De-
i tlon of boys' and girls' clubs and the partmcnt has divided the fruits Into
good advice open to anybody who " ",r Kroups. soft. sour. Iiurd
. , .... '""I citrus. Here arc sample recipes
writes for It. show how In earnest the ,,,.,. ,e mmM wl,
Government Is on this phase of home probably bi of Interest to all house
It Is tho policy of the Department of I . , ' ofl fruits, such as strawberries.
, , ..... i blackberries, dewberries, sweet die'
Agriculture to give enthusiastic sane-1 riM li,,i . ',, ' , . ,
... ,i net", liiuelierrles, peaches and aprboto
tlon to the preserving of fruits and Recipe Can the same day fruit Is
vegetables because of the scandalous picked, If possible. Pour over It water
waste of the choicest products of Meld tlirouKli a strainer to rlnt-c It. full,
and farm. Tf It happens that peaches M'c;' ?' ",cm require.! I'ack l.nmc-
ulatclv In class Mrs np tin ..una ,l.l
ami pcarH uo not coiuiiianu wnai wicy
' n.iiu.l.ln. mm n.lnnlniln .... I .... Mia.Unn
i.vitgiici ...I nui..un.v . ike i tnr ...
farmers let the useful Increase rot on
the ground or be eaten by pigs. If
tanning processes were followed more
closely, the Secretary of Agriculture
believes, the farmer would, at small
expense, be able to put hi
even vegetables In cans and Jars and
B? ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD.
SUMMER funs are giving way to
winter furs, but many of these
winter furs are suited to be
tween season purposes. The fur coat
can wait. Ono really doe not need It
before November, but small furs are
ceiey things for the first cool days, and
eien the many who have refused to
er.dure martyrdom In the guise of
rammer fur wearing "are willing ,
enough to ndd fur to their costumes
!th the first nip of frost or even be
fore. The furriers are offering temptation
!o such early birds. In the shape of
mon delectable small furs made up
after models that the summer has not
known, and the shoppers who are run
ning up to town to obtain first aid for
line summer outfit are blithely.
jleldlng to the temptations and carry.
A moleskin stole, an ermine collar and muff, and a zibeline cape.
to be accorded to the barrel and melon
shapes of moderate size rather than
to the huge flat muffs of other sea
sons. However, muffs of all shapes are
shown, and so long as the neck fur Is
chic the accompanying muff takes on
!ai new furs bnck with them to shore cachet, whatever Its shape.
ind country and mountain. The large neck fur takes scarf or
All signs point to another tremen- cape lines, and In both a neck fur can
grow to the proiwrtlons of a wrap.
Some of the handsome scarfs of er
mine, chinchilla, taupe. Ac, arc long
enough and wldo enough for swathing
tho body securely against jvlnter
winds, though they are seldom worn
for such practical purpose and are ad-
i Justed with an eye to wslhetlc effect
dous fur season. Fur trimmings are
:n great demand, even greater de
mand than last winter, which Is put
ting It strongly. Fur coats, though
cut on lines slightly different from
hose of last winter, are ns ample as
(vr more ample and consequently
rill tnr nmitlnc nuantltles of fur.
As for neck furs and muffs, they ratner man to wnrmin.
rmro In size from the Llllputlan to . The capes may run down well below
Brobdlngnaglan, or at least the neck
fun do. Muffs are so far less given to
extremes, and the greatest favor seems
the waist In the back, cover the arms
to tho elbows and round up to meet
a huge roll collar In front, or may be
merely Mat, yokelike affairs joined to
a high, closo neckpiece or roll collar,
or may take on shawl collar Unco or
the flat, square hape so much liked In
the spring and still more popular this
All of the familiar end costly furs
are as modish as ever and more ex
pensive than ever. They are increas
ingly scarce and some of the high
class furriers are warning their cus
tomers of a pronounced scarcity luter
tho scarfs and other neck furs that Kolinsky, flsher. raccoon, caracul,
are so sunnle and beautiful in mole. tlllclson seal, skunk, bnltschwanz. fox
Rabbit and muskrat are the furrier's all are desirable and none of theo t,,,lt
Another draped shawl collar of mols
Is bordered on the outer edge with
ermine and lina a little waistcoat of
ermine holding its fronts In place. A
shoulder capo of kolinsky Is collared
with ermlno and a quaint cape and
muff and hat of gray rabbit are striped
off by Inset lines of brown rabbit..
There are numerous fur collars that
rise, his!: r.rcur.d the threat ''ml r
curved to extend out over the shoul
ders a little and lie like a flat yoke,
nnd there urn wide, soft, straight fur
collars or cravata like the Russian
collars, but detachable and
boiling hot syrup of is per cent, den
sity, thin. This syrup Is made from
one pound and two ounces of sugar to
three quarts of water. Place the rub
ber and top of the Jar In place; partly
tighten. Put the Jars or cans Into a
hot water bath and sterilize for sls
teen minutes. Remove the Jars: tighten
fruits and rov'rJ'- Invert the Jars to cool and at
iw smile inn" io lehi i no iigiunebs 01
the Joints. Wrap the glass Jars In
In tho season, with consequent rli-e In titles of fur that l frankly called rab
prices and dltllculty In batisfactorlly bit are in u?e gray rabbit by pref
nillng orders. I erence, though brown rabbit Is well
Molo Is In high favor again, but liked, and rabbit of other colors some
much that Is called mole Is merely the times wears Its own name,
dyed pelt of some othor anlmal.tnd is, Uelglan hare, gray and grizzly nnd
of course, lower in price thnn the real seldom becoming, Is mndlh, presum
mole. It has the color, but not all of ably for sentimental reasons, and
tho sllklncss and glossy fineness; and I opossum Is another gray fur that is
though effective for trimming pur- ' often seen, while beaver seemi likely
poses, Is sadly lacking when used for to have a most successful season again.
friends nnd mating things are done U prohibitive In price, save certain
with the pelts of theso animals by of the rare kinds of fox; but whin It
dyeing and manipulation of various 1 comes to sable, chinchilla, genuine seal,
kinds. That there Is a rabbit or musk- real emlne and other furs of this
rat left living seems strange when one class, the prices give pause to any save
onslders tho amount of ermine and the ultra rich or ultra reckless,
seal and mole, and heaven knows what ""omblnatlons of fur occur In a con
furs besides, these two animals sup- flderable proportion of the neck fur
ply; nnd this season astonishing quan- 'and muff sets; and often the effect 1
fox are lined with
Flat lilt!" capes of
usually made with cuffs to match.
Two ermine skins are skilfully handled
to form the good looking llttlo collar
of our sketch, which has a becoming
width of shoulder along with Its trig
ties alxiut tho throat and tho narrow
flat Hue Ittow.
Long hair fur, such ns fox. is Ufed
across the back of tho neck In scarfs
which have long supple ends of short
hair fur attached to thi fox and knot-
market them to advantage at more I paper to prevent contents bleaching.
convenient and favorable times. i The recipe for sour berry fruits, su:h
Roth home nnd college are concerned acurr"nt1s' K"oseberrles. cranberries
, ... . , , , , .,, and sour cherries follows:
In this departure. The boys' and girls' Ca ,ho d(l. po,C(
work Includes clubs which have u 1 hull nnd clean. Rlanch In hot water
membership of 211,000 In the Northern one minute. Remove and dip quickly
States alone, while the propaganda of in cold water. Pack berries closely In
American canning which bus been container. Add hot syrup is per cent
started In the Southern States Is bring- density (2U pounds of sugar to 1
ing good results also. The young can-1 quarts water) until full. Place rub
ners are gathered Into groups and In-1 bers and caps In place. Seal partly, or
structed by travelling experts of the 1 If cans aro used Instead of Jars cap
Department, and when they have be- and tip them. Sterlllzo In hot water
come proficient und their samples of hath outfit sixteen minutes: In water
canned products are considered worthy seal outfit twelve; in nvc pound steam
of ofllclal notice they are entitled to t pressure outtlt ten minutes; In aluml
put on the cans and Jars the "Four II" imm pressure cooker under llfteen
label, which legend stands for "Head, pounds steam pressure live minutes,
Heart, Hnnd. Health." It means that Follow other general directions as
the young canners have put Into their, above.
work brains, enthusiasm, the toll of , For hard fruits, such iui apples, It W
their hands, with the Idea of producing' recommended that they lw blanched
u cheap and healthful food for tlelr 14 minutes and then plunged quickly
fellow beings. ' Into cold water. Core, pit, remove skin
And now for some of the latest ' if necessary. Pack whole, quartered
mole or senl or ermine have a single ting or buttoning with big fur button)
fox skin Hung straight across the b.u k in front.
from shoulder to shoulder. A draped
shawl scarf or collar of mole rising
high against the neck In the back and
Im'Iow tli waistline In front has a
high, soft, close collar of ermine at
tached to It. nfter the manner shown
In our sketch.
If any one has a bit of old. good fur
this Is the season for utilizing it.
Neither neck fur nor muff needs be
large to 1 modish, and with comblna-
tluns of fur 111 vogue It Is possible, to I
make even a little old fur go a long 1
way toward a new one.
things in canning as utVnupi u .".y the
authority of Uncle Sam especially for
home Industry. The Di-partment of
Agriculture calls attention brietly to
these Ave methods for canning food
stuffs which now obta.n:
(1) The open kettle or hot pack
(2) The Intermittent or fractional
(3) The cold water method.
M) The cold pack or single period
1 5) The vacuum seal methrd.
1 Everybody who ever had a grand
1 mother or a domesticated aunt knows
1 the old established hot prick or open
kettle way of putting up fruits and
Vegetables. Th.e product is conked
and seasoned In b.g open kettles, and ,
then poured out into the Jnr or cans
nnd sealed, either with wa" or solder 1
Thl inethod requires the complete
cooking of the products before pack-
oi mtCcu as uC s.rc u. uc.ng nn
syrup of from is to 2S per cent, den
sity. Prooeed as In other recipes.
The canning of citrus fruits, such as
whole orungts, Is rather unusual, but
1 It can be followed at tcrtnin season
I with advantage, as It saves surplus and
) by-products. First the skins Hnd the
surfaco white fibre are removed, Th
I fruit Is blanched in boiling water for
1 1 s minutes and then dipped quickly III
I cold water. The time for sterilization
In the hot water bath I 12 minutes.
In such compass as this all the reci
pes for cooking vegetables cannot be
given. There is on exhibition at the
Teacher College it remarkable dlsp!a
of vegetable preserved by the cold
pack process In Jar of glass which Is
,11 re elat Ion.
ANOTHER BIRON RECIPE.
WOMAN TOURIST FINDS
' LOCAL COLOR IN VIRGINIA
VIRGINIA, the story book State,
Is Mill rich In local color, even
though the good old days of
Co'.onlal festivities are long since
fone. The tourist, having entrusted
hr bnggngx to the local transporta
tion company at Old Point Comfort,
trolled leisurely to the railroad sta
tion and bought a ticket for a town In
When It came to rechecklng her bag
tie. however, that was another mat
ter. It had not yet been brought over
by the slow going express company.
The clerk wrinkled his forehead and
pnt a good three minutes In puzzled
rumination. Then he remarked cau
tloualy, "Will you please describe that
taigaie. Miss? I think I'd better
Tlt It down, for sometimes they mis
op their claim checks over at Old
The train ambled leisurely In, rested
a while, then ambled gently out and on
rfi toward the Virginia mountains.
The cor.ductor.appeared In due season
nil politely requested the tickets.
"Is there a dining car on this train?"
inquired the tourist, conscious of the
pproachlng pangs of hunger.
"No, ma'nm," replied the conductor
"Why, what do you do for lunch?"
fir'tie,! the tourist.
"We don't eat It on Sunday," was his
'piv In the nme gentle tone.
At hint the train strolled Into Rich
m?r;'l and, npsured of an eight minute
'top ftbe tlmo table's prqmlse of flf
(,,n rendered null and void by tnrdl-
the tourist Invaded tho railroad
'Have ynu any chicken sand
wlrheui" Fne inquire,
'No ma'am, only tongue and hnm,"
as 1I10 reply,
"I'll take two tongue sandwiches,
then" sho said.
"Wt haven't any. only ham." vol-
unteered the young person of color
presiding over the counter.
Late In the afternoon the train rolled
slowly Into aordonsvllle. Ah, here was
food! Is not Gordonsvlllo a town of
VARIED ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN
THE women lawyers of the United
Stntes are, many of them,
strong for Hughes, but they
don't dress dolls to elect him. That is
Rut such are the hampering circum
stances of being a woman that th-u
two women, who would make such
lino figures commanding regiment.,
and love It, can hardly ever display
ceremony at Shadow I.nwn, the first'. ind they declaind that the claim that
named as a member of the committee the vote of the Western women could
anil the two others as proxies for , be delivered for any candidate or any
men who could't go, expressed them
selves when they passed through New-
national ramo, tor mere 11 is, you , tne rc(j rcaBOn Hl tne bottom of tho their ability except on rare occasions York as annnved at tho efforts of Mis
know, thnt all the chickens have wings rerufclll of tho ;lUonui Woman liOW-,whcii thev can get up some suffrase Alice Paul. Mrs. n. II. P. llelmont ami
and legs and no other anatomy at o". jyrrs Committee for Hughes to atlllinto or peaco or woman's section of a pre- other leaders of the Congressional
out on, mcy mo - with tne women's city committee or pa redness or .political parade. t nion to make the Western woman
.,. iihiu.i. ur"ii I"', nun- iiv" iit.rii ,
i A T the ipecl.il request of one or
1 A Its reader, Tub Spnpat Si
's ! has obtained from Jules Ulro,
The fractional sterilization method I
adapted only for the laboratory or the ! chef of the Hotel Martinique, the f,.
very well equipped cannery, for the owing recipe for the consomme named
products havo to be cooked partlv two j Ksconcc de Tomate Rxtelsior, or fresi
or three times before they are dually tomato broth This receipe was re
sealed. i ferred to In the article mi sal'nls d -
riifttovrrument Miggft thnt under i vised bv M Miroii. nnd is part of t If
and served with a delicious
biscuit, rolled neatly In oiled paper and
twisted Into a paper bag. Along comes
a big tray of such delectable refresh
ment propelled from beneath by a
gay turbaned, glittering toothed dusky
damsel. All the passengers lean out
of the windows waving purses and the
tray Is emptied In a trice.
A flock of lean dogs appear on near
by tracks, Intent on a bone searching
oirnedltlon. The last wing bone sent
dogward via the igentle. shower tinged
breeze, the train rolls onward ana up
ward through the beautiful Piedmont
valley, hemmed In by the Blue Ridge
Vacation over, old Uncle Btephen,
grizzled and lame and suggestive of
leisurely "bet- e wan" ayn,
for the baggage. He has a contract
tnr "totina" the mall and. as a par
ticular condescension, takes trunka and
such trifles with It. From his pocnet
Uncle Stephen takes a duplicate check,
clean and Inexperienced. Carefully,
almost lovingly, he tears It In two and
with nn nlr of royal generosity, be
stows one end upon the tourist.
Next morning at the rallroal. sta
tion the tourist pointed out her trunk.
The baggageman took that neat, new
claim check, compared It with that
upon the trunk and stood silent he,
too. In puzzled rumination.
"Tho numbers are not the same,"
he objected when the tourist looked
around to see why her check was not
There, attached to her trunk, was a
dirty, well worn check, corresponding
In no wlso to the clean bit of paste
board which Uncle Stephen had en
trusted to her. Rvldently one fresh
piece of a check was quite enough to
use at one time, according to his way
of thinking. Ho had no Intention of
being guilty of wasteful extravagance
the Hughes Alliance. Olive Stott da-
party was "just laughable.
"We've been voting In Oregon for
sonic time now," said Mrs. Thompson,
"and Isn't It silly of any Kastcni
women to ' think that we will take :
their say so" They'd better ask us (
to come and Instruct them. The Con- '
brlel, the president, and Roso Falls Mr. Alexander Thompson of The forced tho Federal Woman Suffrage 1 gresslonal Union has expensive oflices
liress, the vice-president, nnd tne rest Dalles, Oregon; Dr. Ksther Ixivejoy of nmenilment through Congress. Harem
of tho ardent Portias who meet at Mlsa Portland. Ore., and Mrs. Teresa rule and sex segregation were some of
Dress's. office, at 291 Broadway, to dU- Crahum of Cnmr d'Alene, Idaho, who the terms these women voters applied
cuss plans for getting the famous low- were present at the Wilson notification to the policies of the woman's party,
ver of whom thev are so nroud Into tho ,
White House, feel that If women enter'
politics there Is n certain welghtlness'
demanded of them.
So when the news was published that
Miss Alice Carpenter and the other
members of tho City Committee of the ,
Hughes Alliance were about to open
Hughes campaign shops in which, in
addition to Hughes speeches nnd I
Hughes literature and buttons, there
would be sold perfume nnd sachet pow.
der and also dolls dressed by Republi
can women, the women lawyers' com
mittee gave up Instantly Its half
formed Intention of Joining with the
workers at Sll Fifth avenue.
"We don't question their good Inten
tions," said Mrs. Gabriel In her com
manding .voice, "but dress dolls!"
She lookod at the forefinger of her
left hand, Innocent of needle marks,
nnd shook her head.
So the women lawyers' committee,
which has about two hundred members,
Is having meetings of Its local branches
and planning a campaign on quite dif
ferent lines. Each of the two hundred
members has pledged herself to get
twenty-five women lawyers Interested,
and those who enn orate and what
woman lawyer can't? will give some
time to spellbinding when the cam
paign opens In enrnest.
Rut Alice Carpenter and her co
workers, In nowise cast down by this
criticism, went right nhead with their
plans for helping Mr. Hughes, and
Inst 'Wednesday saw the firpt of the
chain of stores, that at 221 Broadway,
in the Astor Building nnd donated bv
Later, the old qolored man, called ! Mrs. Astor, opened with n full stock
Hair On Limbs
Uswdovh orh grnwlba Jort as effl
imutlr m fram fare, tntk, arsM
to uccount, explained to the tourist's
hostess thnt he knew all about that,
and that he had told the baggageman
to whom that trunk belonged.
There's another queer thing about
those Southern railroads. Not only do
tho trains amble leisurely along, giv
ing tho traveller opportunity to enjoy
tho clndery lanscape to the full, but
the trainmen, to suggest morn co
operation with tho time table, have n
I habit of announcing the station next
above that tKfore which the train do-
lights to stop.
But the sun shines and everybody
Is happy who cares for clocks!
of dolls, cuff links, scarf pins nnd hold
crs. belt buckles, purfumra nnd any
number' of enticing novelties to buy In ,
'the Intervals of listening to Philip .1.
McCook, president of tho New York
Stato Committee of tho Hughes '
Alliance, nnd the other speakers, and
It was said that a nice llttlo sum was
realized to put Into tho Hughes cam
paign fund. There was a parade be
fore the shop opened, led by Miss Car
penter. There uro some persons born
to certain things, nnd llko Mrs. A.
Heuston of the Woman Huffrago
party, Miss Carpenter wns born,
among other ends, to lead parades.
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pPPHPeVl f jj
I 4k. JOB f i;
pertain conditions the cold water
method can be employed for puttlir.
up rhubarb, green gooseberries and a
few of the Mi-oalted sour berry fruits.
This is the ottlelal itvipe:
Thoroughly wash the product, then
place in strainer and pour scalding
water over It. The product In prac
tically a frifh state can then ho
packed at once by putting In Jar I well beaten, a little
n th voting Stntes, but It doesn't get . and covering with clean cold water,
tlfty women to one of Its of.'lces. which should fill the Jars.
Western men and women are going The Covernment experts strongly
forward hand In hand, and we have ndvl the use of the cold pack
no iiso for a party that tries to set method, which Is not to be In any waj
the sc.es nt odd." J confused with the cold water way, a
I the bet adapted for mot purposes.
Again hits the skirt Justified Its ex- n t the metlnd now generally fol
Istence And the word skirt may here 1 lowed bv the member of the home
ne taken in eitiier or both of its mean- cuinlng clubs.
ings, to wit, an article of apparel
which KlUabeth C.idy Stanton and
others have stigmatized us very hnm
. perltig, or, ns the term is used In dla-
leet tntpa nf llFniiitn'tii. .m.l 41... IIau...i.i 1
the woman in the skirt. Mrs. Sadie
Cnrr, the woman, seeing a girl drown
ing at Hroijkvlllc, N. J., Jumped right
In the water without waiting to rc
, move her eklrt nnd brought her safely
i to land, not u minute too soon, for sho i
was unconscious. She was Miss Jean-1
et'.e Paul, n member of the V. W. C. A. I
1 party camping there. Mrs. Carr said 1
her skirt didn't bother her, but seemed
to buoy her up.
This simple inrnn," to quote from
the ollli'lal circular, "thnt the products
"prize" menu published In that a"tlcl
It will readily be een how a dlnne
prepared from such unusual and tie
lioiou recipes mold take a prle;
Kssknci: it To.Mvri' '. i:i.ioit.
For four pirsons Take six mce
llpe tountots; cut neh In four
parts. Mix well with one pour-il
of chopped beef, four whites of eggs
ilt and one quart
of chicken broth Put on slow nre
an 1 let boll gently for nhout one ami
a half hours Then strain the brot'i
and let iml Cut in star shape the
white of h.ml bulled egg. i lM the
eggs lill ten minutes for a perfect
otl-ste!i'y in lie ublti Then, wl'
a iln 'utti r .lipped n cold wn'er. pre--out
the little Mais, Those should
llo.it through the bintti and can be
seen after it liaiilen or solidities.
H.ue tbo tiro! li prepared a day abend
aio packed cold In their fresh and of the time It is to be served.
'!, I .
Miss Alice Carpenter, chairman of the city committee of the
. How tho war lias financially embar- i
I rassed untold numbers of women In;
' Kuropp wns brought home forcibly by
, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt in tin Inter
view sho gave the other (lay on the '
.condition of the intt rnatlonal Woman i
I Suffrage Alliance, of which sho la
I "The convention of the alliance is ,
, due next spring." Mrs. (.'alt said, "but i
i as most of the twenty-six countries in
i tho organization nre In tlm war, it
1 can't take place unless peace is de- 1
c'.ired before then.
1 "One of the chief nfllcers of the nlll
, liner, n Merman woman who married I
'nn Anii't'lcan and Is living in Kugland,
'derived a large Income flom tho maun- J
(.icture of dyestuffs. Hut her fictury'
is la Germany and sho isn't nlluwed to j
return there to sco to the management t
of It anil consequently It I bringing '
her hardly nn thing and she Is poor. (
Another prominent olllecr Is tu great
sorrow becntiso her daughter, whoso I
husband w.ik killed In battle, has com
mitted .iiilclilc. Still another olllecr
writes nut that her Income has been
cut down nt least three-fourths. Mrs.
Ilenvy Fawcett, prominent In tho alli
ance, bas now dropped suffrage work
1 et tit I I giving lur time 1 1 1 1 money to
the organization of hospital units in
Miiglaml and Frame. No, the women
of Kurope arc In no position to work
for suffrage now."
Models for Fall and Winter
Short and Long Coats, Muffs and
Neckpieces in all the
Orders for Alterations oirf Repairs
placed before September 15th u ill be
accepted at Special Summer Prices.