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you a full, firm, youthful bust quickly,
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Why be oklnny, cTsroor, flat and
unattractive, f claim to be the
hlghrat priced artUt'a model In
the United Stale, and what I did
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rwint lot a false nride and a silly
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cover from 50, to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and It lasts
from J to 3 years longer
therefore. It costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
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.-vest ajid medium peg pants. Tour
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Electrical . Supplies and Novelties.
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EV? .largest stock ever earned. .Also Laces.
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mP AT MINDS AND HEARTS
N-EMbB0 TO WORK OUt lTHE
PROBLEM OF CHILD LABOR
By FKAlfCB 'BHAFFEB..
Under the new labor law. Jnt bi
coming operative In Mew York 8tate,
every child fourteen' years old. or
younger, whooppIles for papers per
mittlng the employment of a minor,
must pass a thorough' examination for
physical fitness; and If In the family
history there Is a ' predisposition to
tuberculosis the' law says he. shall, be
excluded from the confinement and the
rigors of factory work.,
But one supposes' that through tho
exceeding needs of parents, sometimes
through their avarice, the cupidity of
employers or negligence somewhere, the
young child will slip through and pay
the usual price of work when1 the mind
and the body alike are undeveloped.
And. after all. It Is not so much what
on State does or fails' to do as what
the whole country does for its children
In factories, sweat-shops.and mines, .for
so long as there Is a single State In the
nation where boys and girls of seven,
six, and even five years of age are
sent; almost from the cradle, to their
dally toll, there Is work for some one
to do in behalf of the child.
And the worst of It Is, when the baby
toll, the child labor. Is stopped, the
pitiful fact remains that the small pit
tance earned by the children Is' sadly
needed In the home, for these children
come from homes of poverty, where
money is reckoned by the pennies, not
An Awfnl Pity.
And in this connection I recently read
a few abstracts from a debate In the
United States Senate a few years ago,
that Is, I read until the awful pity of
It made me close the book and weakly
try to forget. .
The very first thing that caught my
eye was the story of a little white girl
who was working in a Southern cotton
mllU She was eleven then and had
been at work over a year. "When ques
tioned as to" her hours of work, her
answer was "About twelve a day, I
reckon." And this is the way it ran.
There was the first bell at half-past
four "that's for ringing us up." she
Said. Then came the seond call, the
bell for breakfast, ajid the young worker
told that only a few minutes were al
lowed "before they begin calling us" to
prepare for the next warning at "twenty
minutes a-past six." and at the stroke
of the hour the mill hands were all on
duty, men, women and babies. Awak
ened by the Insistent clamor of a bell
at half-past four in the morning, toll
ing from six In the morning to six
thirty at night and Just eleven years
old. When she first started In. at the
tender age of ten years, she said that
when the work was over at night "it
didn't seem like I ever could get home."
But she grew accustomed to it.
Did you ever happen to be in a mill
town, where you could hear a noisy
bell ruthlessly calling working folk from
their slumbers at an early hour In the
morning? Memory goes back to an
eleven-year-old girl who heard It for the
first time .on a winter morning, and there
In her room, snug, warm and protected.
she could see men and women,' yea, and
children, too. hurrying from all quar
ters to respond to the last bell, some
where around 6 o'clock. It seemed then,
and it has seemed ever since like a hor
rid ogre that never knew any pity.
Cleaned Bobbins AH Nleht.
But there are other stories, one of a
Utile mite of a girl not nine years old.
who cleaned bobbins at three cents an
hour. Her work began at 6:30 at night
and she worked through until 6:39 in
the morning, and her way from home
to mill led across fields that could be
very bleak Indeed when tho winds were
blowing from the hills.
And there the breaker-boys In the
coal mines, who alt hour after hour
bending over the coal chutes, picking
out the rock and slate, breathing
through a cloud or thick, black dust,
sometimes breaking or crushing their
fincers. always hearing the Incessant rat
tle of machinery and growing old and
bent Ions before their time. And this
work, done by boys. Is the labor of
which a man once said, "I could not do
that work and live." He went to a
breaker to see Just what it meant to be
a breaker-boy and that was his vordicL
But, then, he was not oblised to. by the
stern push of necessity, and that made' a
As I turned the pages, the recitals, all
real experiences, grew so grim and forbid
ding, written all over, as they were, with
the toll of children, that I closed the book
and the shadow has been upon me ever
Those records were made ii few years
ago. and meanwhile, ono by one, new and
better laws have been passed, here, there,
but not everywhere; and It needs great
minds and great hearts to work out the
problem of child labor. For If laws are
passed, then enforced, and the little ones
cea&e their toll, there l. the huge question
how will some of the families exist?
For they barely live now. and when the
child Is sent from the mill to the school,
where he belongs, there must be some
thing to take the place of the meager
wage he earned.
Indeed, there Is need of active work
among men and women alike to solve
some of the great problems that face us.
Squash an Gratin.
Pare and quarter, boll tho squash,
mash and press to 'get out the water,
beat In a good spoonful of butter with
pepper, salt and a little cream. Pour
Into a bake dish, strew with crumbs
(fine), bake In a quick oven until these
are slightly browned.
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TYPICAL AUTD1DT HOCK.
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This Is one of the dresses which are
so well liked this fall, and Is at the
same time decidedly new and becoming.
The material Is navy plue sponge
cloth, with trimmings of slix. The
buttons are smoked pearl, and are but
toned through holes bound with the
LITTLE EDITS THAT ABE
Use very Utile bluing in washing laces,
for the lace absorbs a great deal of blue.
To smooth an iron plunge it while hot
into cold water with a little soap In h.
When hanging pictures be sure to keep
them on an agreeable level with the eye.
PIcturs were meant to be looked at.
Never try to clean yokes, collars or
cuffs while sewed on the gown. Such
things should always be 'made detachable.
Tanned shoes should always have
professional polish put on before weiring;
then scratches will affect only the sur
face. To have hot foods perfectly served the
dishes should be hot and a pewter dish
cover set over the food as soon as It la
placed on them.
. Another remedy for grass stains is
cream or tartar! dissolved In boiling wa
ter. Apply when the spot Is fresh, and
then wash as usual.
Sales, Figs, Raisins. '
Figs and dates are special foods. The
date has a nutritive value of to per
cent: It Is very high in starch and sugar
values and contains over 2 per cent of
both protein and fat: It does not con
tain much cellulose, but It needs thor
The flg has the highest nutritive value
of all fruits; Jt contains considerable
protein, much sugar, more cellulose than
any otherfruit except the whortleberry,
but very little fat. It Is excellent for
Raisins are not yet sufflclenty appreci
ated as a food. They contain protein,
fat. sugar and adds also a small quan
tity of cellulose
It Is a good Investment to substitute
cne or more of these fruits for protein
or meat values instead, of using high
priced meat. They make a delightful
finish to a meal.
of Tint Bt Aw Ute
Steamed Rice and Peashes with Craarn.
Fried Tomatoes., Ifuflas.
Bean Boulettesv' Tomato Sauce.
Bread and Butter Sandwiches.-
Baked .Pears. Cookies.
Clear Soup with "Sago.
Steamed. Chicken (stuffed.)
Mashed Potatoes. Umm. Beans.
Celery and Olive Salad. Chess 8traws.
Brown Betty with Caramel Sauce. '
Oatmeal and Cream.
Breakfast Rice. Milk Toast.
Escalloped Celery with Cheese.
Minced Ham Sandwiches.
Silver Cake. Tea.
Cream of Celery Soup.
Creamed Chicken In Potato Baskets.
Escalloped Okra and Tomatoes.
Escarole Salad.' Cheese Crisps.
Apple and -Nut Meringue Pudding.
Note-The leftovers are rice, mashed
potato, chicken, the tougher-pars of the
celery for the soup, and white of eggs
for silver cake and apple meringue. In
making griddle- cakes, mayonnaise and
a number of dishes the whites Of eggs
may dc Kept in a cool place several days,
then make some dainty, tasty dish.
Breakfast Rice To two eupfuls of cold
cooked rice add a' tablespoonful of but
ter, the yolk of an. egg. a tablespoonful
of sauce, a sprinkle of white pepper.
cayenne, and. salt; i add to this one cup-
rui or any Kind oi cold lean meat,
minced, you may have on hand. Thor
oughly blend and.--serve hot. May be
lightly browned In 'frying pan. like hash.
Silver Cake Cream one cupful of sugar
wun one-nair cuprui butter, add one
scant, teaspoonful lemon extract, two-
thirds cupful sweet milk alternately with
two scant eupfuls of Hour: beat, then
add two teaspoonfuls baking powder and
beat again. Fold In the stiffly beaten
whites of three eggs ,and bake in two
leftover Filling Having about one
third cup each of fig filling and date fil
ling, and possibly less, some chocolate
Icing. Blend the three with a few
chopped nut meats, and make a novel
and delicious filling. This filling will keep
for weeks In a cool place.
Potato Baskets To about three eup
fuls or mashed potato add one table
spoonful of melted butter and hot milk
enough to moisten sufficiently with the
beaten yolks of three eggs. Put into a
saucepan and stir over the fire a few
minutes, then beat until light. Form
Into baskets with a pastry bag and tube.
Brush with beaten egg and set In the
oven to brown slightly. Make the han
dles of potato straws or spaghetti which
has been moistened and made pliable In
hot water. Into the baskets put the hot
creamed chicken, sprinkle minced pars
ley over the top. and garnish the serving
plate with several sprigs of It. Serve at
A crochet needle Is a good thing to
mend knit underwear with. To do this.
place the worn portion In an embroid
ery frame: then, with thread to suit the
mesh of the garment, wool, silk, or cot
ton, pick up the ends of the stitches
where they are broken off and unite
fthem, working back and forth until the
holes are filled in evenly and smoothly.
Perhaps the neck of the underwear has
stretched In the washing until it Is all
out of shape; in that case run a draw
string around the neck, wet it and draw
it Into place; then when it is dry It will
be the proper size. Tou may then crochet
a neat beading in place of the one which
nas worn away; ana tr tne mittonnoies
have worn out. rip off the old facing
In the front and stitch on in Its place
new strip of sateen. Sew the old holes
together as closely as you can to their
original size and shape, then catch them
down to the sateen and cut that to tit:
then work the hole as you would if it
were a new one.
Chicken and Mushrooms.
Clean and wash a pair of fine fowls,
stuff their bodies with chopped mush
rooms In which a teaspoonful of onion
has been mixed. Fill the craws with
the usual dressing of seasoned crumbs
with the addition of the pounded yolk
of an egg. I-ay the trussed chickens
in a pot. ' pour over them a lance cud
or clear soup stock (veal) diluted with
as much boiling water. Simmer until
tender. Take up and keep the chick
ens hot. strain the gravy, season to
taste, skim off the fat. stir in a table
spoonful of flour wet with milk, boll and
stir two minutes to thicken: add one-
half cup of hot milk; stir In well and
pour some over the chickens, the rest
into a boat.
Herald's Pattern Service.
IN BROWN HENRIETTA FOR X60.
Two and seven-eighths yards hen
rletta, 44 Inches wide, at 11 a
Quarter of a yard all-over lace for
yoke. 17 Inches wide, at SO cents
a yard u
One spool sewing silk 10
One card hooks and eyes 10
Parts pattern No. 1008 .10
IN FIGURED CHALLI8 FOR
Four yards challls, 90 Inches wide,
at GO cents A yard S2.00
Two yards venue .banding, at 25
.cents a yard .'.
Quarter of a yard all-over lace for
yoke, 27 Inches wide, at SO cents
One spool sewing silk
One. card hooks and -eyes
Paris pattern No. ,1008
This- simple little design with, long
sleeves would '.make up well In any of
the light cloths, mohair, serge, challls,
henrletta and cashmere,- and' would also
be suitable for wash materials it the
mbther 'keeps Aer1 small daughter In
tab frocks theyear round. '
The skirt is a straight model aad may,
gathers in the tops o( the long sleeves.
Brown henrletta would be very satis
factory, developed' in ' this style, and
with this, a .novelty brown braid. Is used
tar. tie waist ana necx.
'. 'Ptmm. efilorA rhallls. with tfnv Hm.
ure; would also be dainty and becoming
.to the small girl, while gingham, trim
med fn,a solid-color. Is another pretty
wag. of -making tn draw.
Tf above pattern may be obtained In
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TO-rDAY IT BEGINS
19th Birthday Celebration
Th biggest event in our history
up to the present time.
Leave EVERYTHING and COME
Every reduction is exactly as advertised 4V ticketed
The Most Brilliant Bargain Event of the Season Is
Represented In This Birthday Offering of
Women who have investigated, shopped around, and compared values will quickly rec
ognize the full extent of this remarkable birthday item. No argument is needed to convince
them of the extraordinary character of the garments, which include the best productions of
the most noted designers of this country. If you have been fortunate enough not to have
purchased your new fall suit, coat, or dress, yoti will surely hail this event with pleasure.
The efforts we have made for months to provide unusual items of unusual prices for
this 19th Birthday Celebration have borne fruit. Just see what your money buys:
$50 Velvet Suits, $19 $40 Eponge Suits, $19 $35 Cheviot Suits, $19,
$45 Corduroy Suits, $19 $40 Diagonal Suits, $19 $35 Worsted
Suits, $19 $50 Broadcloth Spits, $19 $35 Whipcord Suits, $19
$35 Serge Suits, $19 $35 to $55 Coats, $19 $35 to $55 Dresses, $19
Every good model. Every wanted fabric. Every desirable color is represented. Sizes
to fit ever woman. Extra salespeople to accommodate the rush sure to come for these
Suit Store Second Floor.
$1 an. $19
Marine and landscape subjects. Gold bur
nlshed. double sweep frames. 100 pictures only
at this price.
SI Carkea Pitas
All popular subjects such as: The Forum,
Castle of St. Angels. Madonna. Sir Oalahad. The
Aurora, Christ at Twelve, Good Shepherd, 4c
1-Inch veneer frames.
15c Sfia Tom
Figures and landscapes, framed In 154 -Inch
Picture Siore Fourth Floor.
Will listaitly Rfctfrize
lirtMay Prim aa Urn-
ARMOUR'S VIOLET SOAP. Kuest-roomvslz;
12 cakes to the box. Regularly 50c. Birth- 9C
ROMAN VIOLET TALCUM POWDER. RubT
ularly 10c Birthday price.
3 Boxes, 10c
EUTHYMOL TOOTH PASTE, extra 1(
special for the Birthday, a tube
Toilet Goods Store Street Floor.
Birthday Sale of $2 to $15 Silks,
Satins, and Velvets at $1.39 to $6
A. This in the Face of an AaVaacMg Silk Market. All the Very Latest Weaves
HOW CAN WE DO IT ? Simply because we set out to make silk selling history and
took advantage of every opportunity to buy under the market. You will admit when you see
what is here that nothing has ever been attempted like it, and will probably never occur
again. Look at this, for example
$1.51 TO $1S IROCMEI Ml FMCY HESS fELVETS, Mil, Sfi.M
Can you think of ever havlns; had better value offered you and this at a time wheji Velvets
are at their prime. Beautiful ileslKns to select from, new colorings, including brown, while, DUCK, san
dal. Burgundy, navy, new blue, ametnyst, taupe, gendarme, plum ano comoma
tlons of gendarme nnd cerise, emerald and gold, purple and silver, green and gold,
cerise and gold There are two-tone brocaded effects for coats and wraps, and nov
elty chiffons for street and evening gowns In widths ranging 32 to 42 inches.
Your choice of the lot in me uinnaay ai, a yarn.
S2.ll Sitii Chtramse
40 tf 45 inches. Yard .
The most popular dress silk of the season of
fered at a special Birthday price. Such colors to
select from as
u.. i.a wMth. tin tn lil Inches): then you
will better realize tho importance of this offer.
Ghiffii Iress Velvets, 0 J AA
lirthdiy Price, Yard ... . VI.UU
No need again reminding you how popular
velvets are this season here are the rood color
ings in this lot taupe, brown, navy, plum, old
blue. 43 Inches wide.
Erery Mother in 'Washington Should Bead This Birthday Offering in
Girls' and Misses' SWEATERS
Values Run From t0 fifi
$3.50 to $6.50. at 9'
As there are only about three or four of a kind this being a maker's sample and surplus lot .
an attempt to give detailed description Is almost impossible.
an "!yl areT double-breasted styles, side fastening styles, a few Misses' Long; Coat Sweaters, some
in the belted Norfolk style, with patent leather belt, some with "V neck, soma with standing collars,
others with laydown collars, and turnback cuffs, and some notch cellar styles. A great many have
the little breast pockets and there are all colors nearly In the lot. the preponderance being white with
collars and cuffs of different colors, sjoh as blue, navy er Copenhagen, tan. brown, reseda, royal blue,
old rose, the new castor brown and some striking blue and while collars and cuffa,
uio. Ar,'tJJtjjWg0"var,e(1 and unusual an assortment both In style and quality has not been offered
you before at the price. Children's Ware Store Second Floor,
Birthday Surprises from the Rug Store
Mill's Surplus Stock of "tyionmouth" Wilton Rugs
Original label on the back of each one of these Standard Mi.OC
on. 7on .I., if roa have a Monmouth rug on your floor, you k
you win only And this brand In the best storej iiton. are always
Kor lasting satisfaction these ore tinequaled. Anniversary Sale Price.,,
r . M i-i.. . i '.!.- hn.4 in tt. . ztnrp. Wiltons urn always great favorites. srA ff
These are in clean-cut designs and soft colorings. Close, short pile, made of lustrous Jy.y
00 Rugs. Choice of 9x13 and
now you paid $45.00 for It and
$15.00 BRUSSELS RUGS. 9xlS
and sVJxlOH FT. P. SANFORD
SONS' WELL KNOWN GRADE.
This la a closely woven pure
wool rur. In Oriental and floral
designs, in en o ice cm-..
ors. Rugs that are
perfect in every
WILTON VELVET Rl'GS. ex.
i'tra sfxe. 10 lijxll ft.. $25 values.
Limited - quantity '.only of,
these. In Oriental f 1 F AO
and .floral patterns. M J,jf (J
Prlecx .i . . ... .
ItuaSisHnre Third Floor.
AXMINSTER RUGS. !0.00 to
$2S.OO Rugs, Sixes 9x13 ft.
Standard brand. Oriental
and floral de
signs. Sale '
$1.10 INLAID LINOLEUM. Pat
terns go right through to' the
back,' In parquetry and Vf
green tile effects. Price, ,C.
(!x FT. SCOTCH
ART "RUGS. ' $5. .val
$1.49 BTOVH RUGS. 3 YARDS
SQUARE. A good variety of pat
terns. Buy to-day, as you Ol
wlll need these very soon. OJf C
Price tmii - -
9x13 FT.- WJLTON VELVET
RUGS. $30.00 VALUES. ALEJCt
ANDER SMITH & SONS' WELL,
KNOWN "PALISADE" GRADE,
IN A GOOD VARIETY OF ORI
ENTAL AND FLORAL PAT
TERNS. .These are a close. One
nap. which makes mem easv
to - sweep. and
will wear "for
.mat .sea aMeastis r;ta waist.
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