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EVENING LEDGEK PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY, OGTOBEB 28, 1914;,
WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON;
THE NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR
Ellen Adair Believes That Justice Should Be Tempered
Tho next door neighbor often proves a
very trying quantity. But doubtless nn
all-nUe Providence has placed the same
In that position for our purlflnn nnd
moral uplift. "Surely theio things nre
nent to chattcn us!" Is fndl, realistical
ly true ancnt tho next door neighbor.
Are not his plavful little uays familiar
to the most of us? That pleasing seiuo
of humor nhUh Impels him to set hi'
dog on the trail of our favorite oat Is
not among' the least of them, lie owns
n parrot, too, that swears most dread"
fully. One wonders vaguelv tthere It
learned Us comprehensive repertoire un
til ono hoars tho next door neighbor trip
over something In tho back ard. Ills
bincuage boars nn odd resemblance to the
Or Is ho musical? I think that feature
t the worst of all. No dim or chastened
melody cornea through the walls thoy are
so thin that every dreadful noto Is clearly
heard. Yes, it Is trvmg one corner noma
after a long and weary day. and murmurs
to oneself "No place like homo!" In a
very unexpected sense the hackneyed ob
servation proves Itself most Justified!
There Is no p'ace like home when the
nert door neighbor playfully carols
through the thin partitions!
Many devices have been tried to stop
these gentle breathings but In vain. I
frequently have noticed that the trulv
musical do not perform from morning
nntll night It Is tho voice that eounds
Just like a megaphone In mld-Atlantlc
which uplifts Itself, and dally, hourly,
loves to do so.
The passing of acidulated notes and
sundry curt communications does not Im
prove, matters In tho vory least. Wo are
all familiar with the type of Mr .Tones
and Mr. Brown. Tho Tatter's dreams nro
haunted by the strains of choicest, ditties
emanating from the gifted elngor, Mr.
Jones. When Mr. Brown Is tired and
sleepy, and before him on the morrow Is
an early morning rising. It Is cold com
fort to be kept from sleep by Mr. Jones'
The Chafing Dish
The charm of tho chafing dish is known
to almost every one. It Is the stand
by of the college girl, and many and
varied are the chafing-dish parties that
-he loves to give. These are very plena
nt, Informal little affairs, and round the
ooklng of tho impromptu meal much fun
.ad frolic go on.
Certain rules should be strictly ob-
- rved In the matter of chafing-dish cook-
-y. Cleanliness Is of the utmost value.
nd is in fact a necessity Ex-loslons are
ry apt to take placp In connection wttl
'10 putting in of alcohol beneath the hot
ay. Remember carefully that the tray
-lust under all circumstances be quite
Id before the alcohol below it Is re-
-wed. Several rather bad burning accl--nts
have hcpperJ through carelessness
the observation of this rule.
Qlrls who are working with tho chafing
sh should roll up their sleeves before
Ulnc about the business of cooking, nnd
111 thus do away with all chances of ac
dent through Are Curtains and all ln
immable materials should bo kept at a
itanco from the chafing dish.
Many and delightful are the recipes for
is particular branch of culinary art.
ilcken croquettes are always popular
iop up sufficient chicken to fill three
ps, beat up two eggs thoroughly and
I a cup with bread crumbs. Mix tho
npped-up chicken and the bread crumbs
' oroughly and shape them into pear-
laped balls Mix the egg with soma
ad crumbB and dip these pear-shaped
ills Into the mixture, seolng that they
-o completely covered, then fry In the
'iflng dish with butter.
The popular oyster can be cooked de-
.htfully In the chafing dish. To a little
mon Juice and some chopped parMey
Id a tablespoonful of butter, mix to-
(her In the chafing dish until the butter
nelted. then stir in the drained oysters
Vhen cooked, they should be lifted out
refutly on strips of buttered toast
What Other Women Do
Mrs. Georgia Jackson, nf Kitanning,
has set a new world's record, hav.
i Just completed a quilt containing IM)
"onora Calderon. wife of the Bolivian
"Inlster to the United States, gave up a
Klical profession for that of diplomacy.
Two hundred and twenty women are
king physical examinations for ap-
dntments as policewomen on the CM-
The City Council of Superior. Wis., 'will
' ach tango dancing so that the people of
that city will do the dances In a unl
MJss Anna Vaughn Hyatt, of Mew York
Uy, has been engaged by the Jonn of
rc Committee to model the equestrian
statue of the French heroine.
Philadelphia has 160 dear rtorei owned
-nd managed by women, besides many
'mlnlne proprietors of drug stores shoe
i hops and upholstering plares
Devil's Food Cake
Two cups "C" sugar, one-half cup but--r,
one-half cup buttermilk or sour
Uk, one-half cake swet chocolate
-'rated and dissolved in one-half cup
iltmj water), two eggs fwell beaten).
e teaspoon soda idissolved In water In
'ocolatej, two and one-half cups flour
fted three times before measuring), one
jspoon vanilla Cream butter and su
ar. Add eggs, then milk and flour. Add
a hot water with soda and chocolate
- (he last. It is better if the soda, hot
iter and chocolate are mixed from M
' $9 minute before the cake Is started.
v belled frosting, either white or choeo-
t$, may be used with this, or tt la de.
iqus with a chocolate fudge fronting
'1 believe one should not let his left
nd know what hla right band does."
Oh, pshaw! If every one followed, that
le, how could philanthropy become
The Only Explanation
Miss Old f rite (coyly) Mr. Gayboy tried
rSIis "nw last 'Kht-
lr. Blunt I feared he was drinking
Correspondence of general Interest
i women raiders will be printed on
i page. Such correspondence should
a addressed to the Woman' Editor,
III -"!vjr 'I
Impassioned ongs. Through thin parti
tions he Is told In a dreadful, quavering
tenor that Mr. Jones "has only one Idea
about the girls and that's to love 'em!"
he "wants to love 'em!"
No wonder the unfortunate Brown feels
ruffled f-r the nonce. lie lends a brief
note In next door, asking his neighbor "In
the cause of humanity" to please put the
cat out of lis pain and Mr. Jones an
swers the fall to battle like the famous
fighter that he Is!
nothor rvtrnoidlnaiy fact Is that
"npti dnnr" children nrp nearlv always
lighting with their small neighbors on the
otner side of tho garden fence.
In my childhood d.is 1 recollect with
a keen fcellnc of pleasure the delightful
feud existing between the "next door"
children nnd ourselves Our gardens wore
ndlulnlng, nnd n 'ven high tono wall lay
between AVc kept n pall of water always
tcidy, and an old. yet erv powerful, gar
don syrlngo, o that the moment n little
neighbor's face nppenred above the mu
tual wall u, fusillade of water greeted It.
Tho next door children had a long ladder,
mid when we gave out voiltliful tennis
parties thev used to pop a row of little
(coring hoadi above tlio wall and thrust
their tongues out at our guests. No doubt
It was to them a fascinating habit, but
wo did not relish tt Yet when that fam
ily went off to India thev left an aching
void behind with u The garden syringe
lay on the gravel walk, alone and rusty
for no had not the honrt to turn It nn
any one els' We felt that It would have
been dislowilu to the memory of our old
In the case of tho not-door neighbor, 1
think that iust'cp Mioiild bo tempered
with a little mercy' The quality of mercy
Is not straintd althoiuli existing rela
tionships mn be Tho gentle droppings
of the next door neighbor may bo wear
ing, and unlike the uunlltloi of mercy.
But charlti. should be long-suffering, and
bear with patience all his little foibles
up to a certain point, nnd then, no
further! KLLCN ADAIR.
Across the Counter
Unless something happens to stem the
do and happens quickly, black stockings
wl'l bo found on the shelf nnd nowhere
Greens and blue of alluring beauty,
mode, taupe, London smoke, every con
ceivable shade of gray and brown from
tho darkest to the lightest. Including tho
natural tones of cream and fawn color,
aro worn to the almost complete ex
clusion of the black stocking.
L.isle thread stockings can bo bought
now In almost any shade, three pairs
A stocking of a llttlo finer weave and
a llttlo better quality of lisle thread
Is sold for EO cents. This Is In all
The stocking with tho silk leg and the
lisle thread solo and heel Is priced nt
$1 usually, but In the subway stores It
can bo found for less, sometimes for
03 cents and almost alwavs for 75 cents.
There are pnlo Jinks and blues for
evening wear and deeper shades for wear
These stockings are a-s good In ap
pearance as a much more expensive stock
ing, and they make a very serviceable
A stocking thit Is very popular for
wenr with the low shoe, the shot silk
stocking, can be bought for II a pair.
It comes In two colors or In red or blue
or green combined with black.
The stocking known as the silk brocade
stockings 13 simply an open-work stock
ing of an all-over pattern.
The price Is $2 a pair for colors or black
(.'locked silk stockings are sold for $1 50
a pair that have a clock of a contrasting
color or of black.
The clock serves two purposes, as a
decoration and as a means of giving the
appearance of greater slendernesa to the
Two pounds sugar, ono cupful butter,
one egg. one cupful clabbered cream, one
tenspoonful soda, one teaspoonful vanilla
extract, one teaspoonful lemon xtract,
one teaspoonful bak'ng powder; flour to
roll soft. Mix as for cake, beating soda
Into th cream until It foams. Itolt ns
soft as possible and sprinkle sugar over
the top and bake In very slow oven. If
the dough Is allowed to stand 15 to 20
minutes before being rolled and the
board and rolling pin are well floured
thev can be handled much softer than
would be Imagined and a better cooky
Eggs for Breakfast
There Is no belter or more perfect
breakfast than eggs. At the present
time, howover, their cost la so high that
th6y may have to he the exception rather
than the rule, unless you learn to so pad
jour egg dishes that the man with a
hearty appetite will bi satisfied with one
or at roost two eggs at one meal For
the brain worker a well-cooked fresh egg
Is of more value than three times Its bulk
In meat and potatoes The hard worker
may want some ballast beside his eggs,
and for him we must build up some at
tractive dish and add the ears to give the
Two level tnblespoonfuls of butter, two
level taDlespoonfuls of flour, one tea
spoonful of salt, one-quarter teaspoonful
or papriKa. one pmi qi iium, mm vuj. .
stale breadcrumbs, one pound of cooked
salmon, ono teaspoonful of onion Juice.
on teaspoonful of chopped parsley, one
teaspoonful of lemon Juice, three eggs.
Prepare a sauce with the butter. Hour,
seasoning and milk, add bread crumbs,
yolks of eggs wd! beaten, onion Juice,
lemon Juice, parsley and salmon rubbed
One. with a silver fork Then fold In the
wnites of eggs, beaten dry. Turn mix
ture Into a buttered baking dish and set
this Into a dish of hot water. Bake about
36 minutes In a moderate oven.
Sausagettes and Tomato
Method Take three small pork sau
sages apd dip In cold water for a few
minutes Now slip off the skin and form
the meat Into flat cakes Fry In a small
pan until nicely browned Pour off the
surplus fat and add one-half cupful of
Itft-over tomatoes, a little chopped pep
pers, and If mixture Is too thin a little
rolled cracker meal may be added. Aa
soon as hot serve on a heated plate and
press small toast points around edge.
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fcjI ffifil I ASQOARtTOK
A STREET SUIT WITH
MODES OF THE HOUR
Again the Plain Suit, With a Touch of the Military
Style, Makes Its Appearance in the Ranks
of Smartly Dressed Women.
The plain eult gives the accessories of
dress a greater chance than tho orllltant
colored coatumes of elaborate design.
Hat, gloves, ahoes and fura, when they,
too, are wojn, stand out against the
background of the tailor-made suit.
The suit Illustrated today is very simple
and very attractive. It Is touched by
militarism In the matter of frogs and
metal buttons, but this la a happy touch
for a variety of reasons.
For one It la impossible, to have the
debutante slouch and the military air at
one and the same time. Certainly no one
will find fault with the putting to tha
Bword of that rcmarkabio carriage and
For another reason the military cos
tume displays the slender figure to ad-
rWake up MfMkls !
Are you asleep at the telephone deaf
to the call of trada opportunity that rings
in the ear of the fellow who has the spunk
not to throw up his hands, but to fight
Or are you hustling back and forth
along the copper highways of the Bell
System, digging up the business that
needs all the attention and coaxing you
can give it
Now is the time to start, if you're not
already on your way. Make the rounds
of the trade by telephone. Show them
all that you're the one up-and-dolng mer
chant with whom they ought to do busi
ness. The orders are there if you will
go after them hard, by Bell Telephone.
This ia the time of the year for
a vigorous selling-by'telephone
campaign. Give it a try and
you'll keep it up.
THE MILITARY TOUCH
i vantage. Again, It has a dash that makes
It appropriate for young girls of the diffi
cult age when so much In the way of
dress seems either too old or too young,
Tho bolt Is a feature of coats of many
styles this season. It breaks the line In
an effective way here. Without It tha
coat would look dreary, buttoning, as It
does, close to the throat.
Tho skirt acquires a little oxtra fulncsa
at the bottom by means of the loose-flying
plaits at both sides of tho skirt This is
an old fashion revived and on very good
ground. It preserves the slenderness of
tho figure ns far as the knees, nt the
same time gllvns absolute freedom of
Tho suit pictured Is of green duvetyne,
but It would lie as pleasing In any ono of
the soft browns or modified blues, whllo
the material might equally well be ga
bardine or serge.
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Advantages of Marrying
the Mature Man
The girl who mnrrlen a man older than
herself ts often happier than the crepe
hangers foretell. She has the advantage
of all those years during which lie has
gained In understanding, mental balance
nnd experience. An older man Is settled
In hts actions! he la not likely to change.
Ho expects less of a woman than a
younger man, because he Is not so Ideal
istic. He has ceased to took upon woman
as on a pedestal, and ho sees her with
her feet upon the ground, And, after all,
the human attitude Is best.
Women and Wisdom
Don't expect your husband to be an
understanding soul-mate. As the farmer
said when he first saw tho giraffe, "There
ain't no such animal."
Tho little things a woman doesn't tell
her husband lead to big misunderstand
ings. N'o human being Is worthy of the love
of another. If wo got our deserts, we
would be badly off, Indeed.
It Is seldom profitable to nrgue, be
causo the kind of person who loves an
argument can't be convinced.
Flattery Is tho most Ignoblo of nil
weapons. Hathcr lose the favor than cm
ploy falsehood on your side.
llemomber to dress tho hair according
to the stlo of tho face. If your face Is
round nnd stout, don't "friz" the hnlr.
Wear It as plainly about the faco ns pos
sible. Tho thin faco needs n soft, full
coiffure draped loosely about tho cars
If your forehead Is too high or your
cars too large, wear nn adaptation of
the faahtonablo coiffure. Extremes of all
kinds aro vulgar, and If thchigh French
roll brings out your less attractive fea
tures It would be better not to wear It.
Tho woman who makes tho proper use
of nny stylo adapts It to hor own per
WOMEN OUTSIDE THE HOME
How One Woman Made Good
A woman never knows how, when and
where sho may be suddenly thrown upon
her own resources. It would be well for
every woman If she could learn some
business to fit her for Independence and
tho earning of her own living, If such oc
casion should arise.
In the case of many a happily married
woman adversity has como In a single
day. She has to turn out nt a moment's
notice to earn hor own living, and often
eho Is Incompetent nnd quite unprepared.
Under these circumstances It Is very hatd
for her to make any headway nt all.
Not very long ago a woman was sud
denly faced with a very gravo problem.
The doctor told her that her husband was
consumptive and must go up to tho moun
tains Immediately to lnsuro recovery.
Falling that, there was but llttlo chance
that he would get better. He would re
quire a complete rest and change for a
couple of years at the least. Tho wlfo
was devoted to him, and decided iiiat,
happon what might, ho must have every
chance and every care! This rest among
the mountains would necessitate that ho
give up hla business entirely, nnd sho
had to face the problem of keeping her
self and her three young children for the
noxt two years. She had no training for
any line of work, no money laid by nnd
the outlook seemed very sad and uncer
tain. But this woman possessed a very
brave and determined spirit and decided
that she must work at onco.
From one of her husband's friends she
had a letter of Introduction to one of
tho partners In a largo department storo
In this city. She went to him nnd told
him of her sudden plight, saying that
she was only too anxious to obtain work
Immediately, and asking him to give her
a position In tho store
This partner must have been a discrim
inating man. for he saw that she had
capabilities and decided that he would
give her a chance of "making good." lie
told her that sho might act as sales
woman at the silk counter for a week or
two and that at tho end of that time
he would give her tho opportunity of
stating all her Ideas on the subjeot of
So this brave llttlo woman, like thou
sands of other women suddenly thrown
on their own resources, set to work with
a will. Sho studied every llttlo thing that
she possibly could connect with the
buying and the selling of silk goods. In
the evenings she read up all the Informa
tion she could lay hands an, she thought
C. J. Ueppe & Son,
Are Out Today
The November records go on sale this morn
ing. The list is one of the finest assortments in
many months. The dance selections are par
ticularly excellent. The list also includes several
new popular songs, some new light opera "gems,"
the "Tipperary" song, some new Hawaiian rec
ords, and, as usual, several beautiful red-seal
selections, many of which are improved rendi
tions of some old favorites.
The list has a very pleasing variety of many
favorite and popular titles. It would take you
considerable time to choose any certain few as
the very best in the list
Realizing this, we have prepared our choice
mong the new list.
Ask for the
of the November List
We have selected the ten best selections.
We will be glad to have any Victor patrons come
in and hear our list.
And, by the way, T,ye have several prepared
lists of every description. These Heppe sug
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STOOPING VS. COMMON SENSE
By MRS. CHRISTINE FREDERICK
Author The New Housekeeping;.
For rentuilcs women have been bending
their hacks In every pleca of work they
do. If It was to scrub the floor or pick
up a handful of dirt or wash out a shirt
waist, r.omo way, somehow, they had to
stoop. And even now hundreds of women
In every one of their dally tasks manago
to bend their backs like croquet hoops
or stoop their entire 180 pounds to the
floor to pick up a match.
Instead of this useless, constant and
unnecessary waste-motion why not do
the simplest thing In the world, via., put
these various tools on a stick or on a
handle and lift the article up to you In
stead of stooping yourself down to the
We now have a long handle dust pan J
ono of the very best Is made of steel and
with n wire handle. It Is to be laid on
the floor and the dust brushed Into It
with a long handle broom. Tho pan
closes automatically, and may then ba
plnced on tho left arm so that It can be
carried from upstairs to downstairs with
out spilling tho dirt.
Another tool that has at last been put
on a. handle Is our old enemy the scrub
bing brush. Any one who wilt stop to
think of the positively disgraceful appear
ance a woman presents while flat on hor
abdomen, and prostrate on tho floor In
the midst of wet suds and surfaces, would
surely be willing to put every scrub brush
on a stick to stay there forever. To those
women who say that tho floor cannot bo
cleaned as thoroughly when standing by
using tho brush on a handle, let mo sny
that It positively has been proved to bo
easier dono In this more efflclont way,
nnd it Is only a matter of tradition which
of silk nil day long and half the night
long, tool She borrowed buslneas books
and studied them most carefully, and,
nbovo all, sho studied the wishes nnd
the wants of all her customers thor
oughly. Down In hor little notebook she
Jotted alt tho doings of the day at the silk
counter. She soon learned which silks
wero popular nnd which were not.
At tho end of three weoks, three very
hard and crowded weeks for tho bravo
llttlo woman, tho partner sent for her
and asked her to give him all her Impres
sions and views on the silk business. Sho
talked so well nnd so Impressed him by
hor suggestions and her foresight that
ho decided to give her tho position of
buyer at a salary of $3000 a year.
Today she Is one of tho foremost busi
ness women In Philadelphia, rcspeetcd by
nil who know hor. Sho goes regularly to
Paris, to Brussels, to Vienna, and until
the outbreak of tho European war was
constantly travollng back and forth
across the Atlantic for her firm.
Her husband Is now almost better, her
children aro doing splendidly at echool
and sho ts a happy woman, for Bhe knows
that sho has accomplished something
worth while and "made good."
The Curiosity of Wives
Curiosity Is most destructive to
happiness. Eve stnrted the fashion
thousands of years ago and Evo's daugh
ters have followed It ever slnco. It Is
not unusual to hear of the woman who
escorts her husband home from his office.
She has a perfectly insane curiosity re
garding all his actions, so makes a habit
of dropping In on him at unexpected mo
monts. She will verify every word or
excuse the poor soul says. She will even
read his correspondence. This Is Inex
cusable. Any man would Justly reBent
such Intrusion, nnd whllo a wlfo's place
Is a sacred one, nn honorable man's pri
vate affairs aro Just as sacred.
Good Hint About Beetroot
When a beotroot Is bruised, do not
throw It away as useless, as It will boil
qulto well and no color will escape If the
bruised pnrt Is put on to a hot Btovo for
a minute or two, just to form a brown
skin over tho bruised part.
1117-1119 Chestnut Street fitli
holds so many women to the belief thi
they must shale, their enUr. bodies u
bruise their knees In order to mivl:'
,."- v. muruugniy eiean.
There aro also other kinds of terJ -1
brush and mop combination which '
so arranged that tho brush ts used. T i
a handle, or removed and replaced Si I
cloth K i, verr muoh ;
the work It also dons better, when th.'. '
pressure Is applied by one aUuidlns; tW
when sho is stooping and sprawling Uk:
a frog swimming. M;
Beside the long-handled. dust pan and1
scrub brush, wo have many mora duster,"1
and brooms on handles for the cleaning
of walls, ceilings and ornaments
Wlille on this subject of stooping .
might speak of the low height at which!
sinks, tables and set tubs are placed'
About 80 per cent of all laundry tubi: j
are set far too low. It Is not nee.....-' i
to stoop over In order to apply the right;
pressure to work. In fact, tho more on,:
stoops the less energy one will have it'
put Into tho labor. Raising tho set tubs'
and raising tho kitchen table will ,05
raise tho efficiency of the worker. J
Host women go upstairs the wrong sra5
and bond tho back and not the knees. j,1
It necessary to become a camel Just byi
peeling vegetables at a tablo three IncheiT
too low? Why not sit down to wash'
dishes, Iron and mako cakoT It's only J
habit which prevents us. i
We understand that a Posture Ltagu
has Just been formed. I apply as a?
charter mombor and suggest that alii
housokeopers become nctlvo memberi"
dolly aiming to follow the highest E,
of posturo-oroct spine, stooping from tht
waist, not the shoulders, and avoldlni
throwing weight on the abdomen.
French Women and Beauty,
The French women were going to wild
extremes for tho aako of good looks Juit
before the war drew their attention t
more serious things.
Tho frivolous Porislenne, for Instance,
would have wide-open oyc3. For this pur
pose, tho corners of tlie lids were slit
with a lancot every day. Even before
they wero healed tho lids wero drawn
outward. The results were satisfactory
The straight. long, upper lip Is not a
deslrablo feature. Tho French lean to.
wnrd the curling style. To secuio this
a silt Is cut across the lip. Then a mlnuu
piece of flesh Is cut away. Tho cdgei
aro pressed together and upward, and
left to heal. If carefully done, this leaves
An nncBthotlc Is required for straight
ening tho nose. This, of course, is often
grim necessity, and not a caprice. Tht
bone often has to be rebroken, then re
set. Tho pain afterward Is Intense. Thli
can be avoided by tho use of hot paraffin
to alter tho shape of tho nose.
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scenic attractions, train sched
ules and connections. Pullman
and boat accommodations even
tell you the necessary ex
penses for tho trip. Including
hotel rates en route and along
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VICTROLA IX I $50.00
Records, your selection 10.00
Total cost , $60.00
Pay $5 down, $4 monthly,
VICTROLA X $76.00
Records, your selection 10.00
Total cost ,, $85.00
Pay $5 down, $5 monthly,
VICTROLA XI , , , $100.00
Records, your selection .,,.. 10.00
Total cost ,, $110.00
Pay $8 down, $6 monthly,
VICTROLA XIV , , . , $150.00
Records, your selection .,,, ,..,,,.,.... 10.00
Total cost $160.00
Pay $10 down, $8 monthly.
VICTROLA XVI $200.00
Records, your selection 10.00
Total cost $210.00
Fay $10 down, $10 monthly.