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Jhogany. Fouo sections with top
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Topics of Interest to Every Woman
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ.
Wheri : Womai Does Buy ins
' 11th and H Streets N. W.
We aire Herald 33rOM contest
When you are about to throw
away your old clothes, bring
them to us, and we will return
them to you new. Our experienced
workmen make no mistake!.
Phone Main 1152 and we will
W., H. FISHER
709 9th St. N. W.
We give Herald S3400
WASHINGTON BUTTON CO.
Phono Main 1031.
1223 New York Ave. Northwest
"I" It's a Button We Have It."
VV. Rite Vn(n in Herald 9 3.000 Contest.
526 H Street N. E.
Washington's latest and most up-to-date
Sample Shoe Store has re
cently opened with the most com
plete stock of sample shoes ever on
the market. "Twill pay you to calL
We lve Herald $25,000 contest votes.
Ccvtns at Special Summer Bates.
513 12th St. N. W.
We Cite V otei In The Herald's S3 KB Contest.
BREAD AND PIES
2106 Pa. Ave. W. 25
We Gite Votes In The Herald's S3 000 Contest.
F. STE W ART, 1st K Sts.
We Gire Vote. In Tie Herald's $3 000 Contest.
LAXATIVE M La Grippe.
QUININE L Hay Fever.
TAm CTcs f" Neuralgia.
TABLETS cold In Head
Twenty-four Tablets 4 Fifteen Cents.
15th SL and Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
We Glre Votes In The Hernia's BM00 Contest.
.PHONE MAIN 6463
High-class Groceries, Meats, Provisions
IV A 111, & CO. 9SS 18th ST. 3. XV.
v e tjls-e Herald IZMWO eoaleat vote
N. Rosenblatt. Prop.
Groceries. Meats. Provisions.
Home Dressed Poultry.
Orders sent for and delivered.
Phone N. 23M
We Oreo Vote. In The Herald's C3.080 Contest.
In Good Taste and Appropriate
Is the siting of articles of Jewelry. Gold, sneer and
lilted Ware. Choice Cut GIjm pieces, c. for wad.
dinc or birthday presents. From our large and select
array of artlnic and irtttllj detuned article!, any
article will pirate the recipient.
COLE & SWAN, JSJSW.VNE-
We aire Herald S2S.OOO coateat votes.
20 wafers Golden Rule Stomach
Wafers for acidity, flatulency.
COST 10c 0
Collins' Pfcamiej, Ko7ic.N.w.
We arlv Herald 3S0O coateat votes.
lYe. tire tier- . n ! e M f
am otea. M m as Ola. 'l.tV.
GONOMY MEAT MARKE
Where tn bast et roodsrsfis ana
se had at the leaaat trmOiss
Prteea. . If eats, Ihb, and ftovniea
Br FRAliCKS SHAFFBK .
It la strange the war thlngs'go.
Men are laeturlng. women are writing.
and folk aretalklng everywhere about
me evus of food adulteration, abort
weights and measures, indifferent buy
ing, shoddy materials, and frauds of
every else and shape, v .
And tney say that women, the spend
ers, -must be educated to know how to
buy, how -to discriminate between the
good and the bad, how to look for
shrinkages, leakages and all how to
stand up before air army of fraudulent
butchers, bakers, and candlestick, makers
and get the better of them at every turn.
They must -be well trained to spend
their husbands' money, and then, the
high prices will simply fade away by the
magic of woman's alertness and vigi
lance all along the line, where manufac
turers, merchants, and tradesmen, great
and small, have learned to hoodwink
easy-going housewives. "
Sometimes they Infer and sometimes
they frankly say that these women buy
ers are not equal to the work with which
they have been intrusted and they must
be sent to training schools here, there.
Jfo Trickery Anywhere.
Back in the days of long, ago when
women made practically everything that
was eaten or worn In the home, and
made It right within the home walls.
there were no cries of "fraud." no shod
dlness, no trickery anywhere.
They took the vegetables as they came
from the ground, the fruit as It dropped
from the trees, canned them, and put
them away on crowded shelves, with no
one standing guard to make certain that
a quart was a quart, a pound a pound.
Their bread, made and baked In great
motherly loaves, did not shrink and shrink
In size until they had to be told that It
must come- up to the test. If every loaf
must bo weighed to proe It.
Cookies and cakes were made and
packed away In ample Jars no cartons
for the housewife of other days. When
the "gude men" peeped in the well
fllled pantry there were no signs of
waste, no waxed paper and cardboard
that helped to weigh, but nothing else
all good, pure food to keep the price of
living down where It belonged. And
when they made the rich, golden butter,
there It was. sweet and wholesome, no
fale stuff made of nobody-knew-what,
stuff that had to be marked for the good
of the family Just butter, full weight,
pure and very palatable. And when the
meats were prepared for winter use.
they did not put In a lot of dangerous
preservatives that grew so much of a
menace to health that husbands came
home and told them they simply must
stop, wise label, evtry Jar and every can
with the chemicals that were used. -.
And when -they spun thread and yarn
for knitting, these was no -.sign of
weakness there. Such stockings as they
made, when women did the work! Their
honest art has fallen Into disrepute, for
an wujeaunsrs Ul vwvjr uimw.v mir Mwu-
.wlfe ween. Cloth waa woven with ntv"
a hint' of shoddlneis, clothing waa madaal
on honor, and the family washings-
nobody ever heard of acids that ate, and
And then what happened? Why. then
men went into the homes and took
over these, domestic industries. They es
tablished great manufacturing plants,
began to bake the bread, to can the
vegetables, the-" fruits and meats, to
make the butter, sell the milk, to spin
and weave, fashion the clothes, wash
and Iron, to brew and stew.
And what didn't they do? Well, they
failed to maintain the old home
standards, and. one after another, frauds
began to creep in. Foods were adult
erated, all kinds of short-weight trick
eries came to the fore, clothing became
so poor and shoddy that everybody wag
afraid of It, and there was sharp prac
tice everywhere. It became so bad that
the government wss asked to take a
hand, investigations were Instituted, laws
were passed, frauds exposed and the
knowledge grew apace that if one would
not be cheated, poisoned or short
weighted (he must be very wise and
very wary. But the frauds went merrily
And then? Well, somehow It began to
be noised about that women were not
successful as watchers, that they over
looked the dishonest tricks, did not
weigh every pound as It went to their
homes.s.dld not measure the potatoes,
taste the butter, or look at the meat.
Indeed, they did not know how to buy
and sadly lacked training, for when they
learned how to spend the money that
their husbands earned, back would go
the prices where they should.
Meanlnsr of Good Government.
But good government does It not mean
pure food, careful supervision over our
manufactures, restraining laws, sanitary
cities and the right to buy without as
suming that every merchant la a thief?
It never must be forgotten thst once-
upon-a-tlme when women bore the re
sponsibility for practically everything to
cat and everything to wear there was no
need for supervision at every hand.
Then there was wholesome food, there
were dependable, durable goods, no talk
of shrinkage or of shortage anywhere.
And It really seems that Instead of being
criticised for not keeping stricter watch,
women might better be Invited to come
In closef touch with conditions In the
DAISY BLOUSE IS
The Clever Girl Will Find It Easy
to Sketch the Pattern.
One of the daintiest blouses I hae
ever seen was made of fine white ba
tiste, hand embroidered with garlands
of daisies laid on like a daisy chain
around the edges of the collar, cuffs,
and down the front.
It was a delightfully simple little
blouse, which could easily be copied at
home by any girl who is fond of dainty
Handkerchief linen, cotton voile, or
soft Japanese silk could be used In
place of the batiste If jou do not care
for that material The blouse Is cut
over a plain model, having a deep
sailor collar which opens in a V In
front. This has the edge cut in scal
lops, buttonholed with fine white mer
cerized cotton; or. If It Is made of silk,
the embroider) would be of silk floss in
shades that will match the natural
flowers Work the petals with white
Tlcss and tip them with the very palest
shade of pink and jellow, should ou
desire a touch of color In the embroid
ery. The stems and leaves will have
to be worked In the stem stitch with
verv pale green floss; but if the em
broidery is done In cotton, I advise jou
to let It all be In white.
Pad the 1'etnln.
Pad the petals with darning cotton:
then cover It with the fine cotton, using
the stem stitch or the satin stitch. The
centers of the flowers look well when
worked with French knots
The scalloped edges are first padded,
than worked with the buttonhole stitch.
And If jou wish to make the work a
little more elaborate, work an eyelet In
the center of each scallop or a round
dot in solid emproldery.
The daisy Is one of the simplest flow
ers to draw, and you can sketch your
own pattern, making two or three flow
ers, with stem and a leaf to each flow
er. Then repeat the design all along
the edge of the collar, cuffs, and front
frill. It can be traced from the paper
on which It is drawn to the material
by the use of carbon paper and a hard
pencil or -the end of a knitting needle.
WHAT TO SERVE AT
THE HOME BOARD
Appended Recipes Hake It Easy to
Cinnamon Rolls. Coffee.
409 Third St. N. W.
W jBitt Votes la Zba UetUs An COBtesV
Good for the Hands.
A simple cream for the hands in pre
pared from ne ounce each of cocoa but
ter nnd oil of sweet almonds, one drachm
each of oxide of zinc and borax and six
drops of bergamot. Rub tbls well Into
the hands at night, slipping on a pair
of loose kid gloves to prevent the cream
from being rubbed oft.
Rice and Peanuts.
Graham Rolls. Spice Cakes.
Baked Red Snapper. Watercress.
Mint Glazed Carrots, with Peas.
Steamed Nut and Date Pudding.
Mint Glazed Carrots Wash and scrare?
three carots and cut In one-quarter Inch
slices, rarboii for ten minutes, drain
and put Into a saucepan with one-third
cupful each of sugar and butter and one
tcaspoonful of chopped mint leaves-
Cook very slowly until glazed and per
Cake The following recine will be
greeted with Joy by economical house
wives. It Is cheap, easily made and has
many excellent variations Put In a
mixing bowl one cupful of flour, a nlnch
of salt, and a teaspoonful of baking
powder; mix well. Melt in a measuring
cup a piece of butter the size of a wal
nut, breaking Into this an egg (without
beating), and fill the cup with milk.
Pour Into the mixing bowl and beat all
together rapidly for a minute. Flavor
to taste and bake In a hot oven.
Chocolate or cocoa added (one table
spoonful) makes one kind of devil cake.
By putting some of the white recipe In
the pan first, then sorie to which cocoa
has been added, and lastly more white
batter, a marble cake Is the result A
teaspoonful of pastry spice may be
added and the cske baked in a long pan,
becoming a Spanish bun.
By baking In open pans you can have
delicious cup cakes for lunch or tea.
These can be varied by the addition of
shredded cocoanut, chopped nuts, spice,
currants, chopped dates or figs. The
changes achieved in the character of the
cane oy me ue or dirrcrent icings,
flavorings, and combinations are Infinite.
Those containing fruit or spice can be
steamed and served with a hard or fruit
sauce. The cocoanut or plain cakes mav
be baked andS served cold with cream,
custard, or scooped out and filled with
different kinds of Jam or marmalade.
This cake may do duty for. a steamed
cup pudding with a spoonful of Jam In
the bottom of the cup. Cranberry sauce
Is delicious used In this way.
Anouier way to utilize thla recipe Is to
bake In fiat tin. cut In two and nil i.k
a rich custard. Fresh berries are excel
lent substitutes for the falling.
Herald's Pattern Service
IB ml I
IN BLACK AND GRAY TWEED FOR
two ana one-half yards tweed, 48
incnes wiae, at J1.Z5 a yard J3.13
One card hooks and eyes in
One spool thread.
Paris pattern No. 1030..
IN BLUE MOHAIR FOR HO.
Four snd one-quarter yards mohair
32 inches wide, at 75 cents a ard.Vn9
One spool sewing silk 10
One card hooks and eyes "10
Paris pattern No. 1030 "in
A separate alclrt well cut and ef smart
material Is a boon to the business wo
man, for, with several blouses in the
same color as the skirt,, she can nave
several changes of apparel at small ex
The skirt Uluixataa.la.jL nve-ored
model closing In front and having a box
plait In back stitched to a point about
fourteen Inches above the hem.
Usually the heavier and more durable
tweeds, cheviots, and serges are used
for the separate skirt. It ,ls also con
venient to have a skirt of material that
has been made waterproof, especially at
this time of .the year when Inclement
weather makes bad walking and be
The above pattern may be obtained in
sizes Zt, 24, 2S, 3, and-SO waist, and will
be sent postpaid by the Fashion Depart
ment of The Washington 1 Herald on re
ceipt of 10 cents. Be sure to stats num
ber sad atse. -
Woaea of Granada Sea Lett" aU,
' Flowers to American
A grateful tribute to Admiral W. H.
H. Southerland and the .American forces
In. Nicaragua; tendered the American
commander-in-chief by the women of
Granada, was made public at the 8tate
Department yesterday. The women
wrote the admiral letter, expressing
their gratitude. to him and his men for
having relieved the' Inhabitants of the
city of Granada, from the frightful
menace of the rebels, and accompanied
the letter with" a bouquet of flowers;
from their own borne gardens.
After reciting the fact that recurring
conflicts In Nicaragua have brought sad
ness to the country, the letter declares: ,
"These conflicts have been each day
more stubborn and bloody, the bitterness
each day greater, and the loss each(
time more irreparable, bringing about a
division so deep In the Nicaraguan fam-J
lly that the most perverse elements pre
dominated In this city, and It fell to our,
1... .a ,i, .. k.h.. ... ,,,. W..S a ...a '
iui uu lire in .vc mi iiwiw ,.,
fright In which the mother, daughter,!
the wife and the sister saw themselves
each moment threatened with the loss
of all they held most dear, and of their
subsistence, of the most necessary things
even for the life or the children, or pos
sibly the loss of their own honor. I
"It Is for this, seeing the proclama-)
tlon of of the recent conflict, which was,
growing fiercer each day, that we cele-j
brated with enthusiasm your arrival on
the shores of Nicaragua as an omen,
that soon our Ills would cease. Our
hopes were fulfilled. Inasmuch as you
have given with wonderful rapidity the
peace and tranquility that we so much
longed for. 1
"On account of the shortness of your
stay In this city, we are not able to ex
press to jou personally our gratitude
and profound esteem, so we send you
a bouquet of flowers from our gardens,
which In their perfume carry for jou
and j'our great and generous country
the tenderest feelings of the women of
"The Judgment and prudence with'
which your worthy subordinate officer,!
MaJ. S. D. Butler, U. S. M. C. has ex-
ecuted his mission In this city gives
credit to the high efficiency of the offi
cers and the morale and discipline of I
me American forces.
OPEN UNTIl.t, O'CLOCK TO-NIGHT
THE; BUSy CORNER
. DOJTT HIM THK I
NOW IN FROOB1
11.51 Tl $4
Thousands of them all
t of finest . hardwood.
Street Floor Bargain Tabll
flexure store eo
Gome a Running, Little Onesjoyland Is Ready
IKE CREATEST WOMKILAII OF PUYTMNS Til EKR HEAMEB F-
PcnwtHV ukiM IT-ear i-ertws-fUtin, w'w wieim all of Satta Ben' iwrksliees sirsa.
Oh, such a lot of pretty playthings such amazing mechanical toys. What a humming of thins that an
the aeroplanes, the automobiles, the Blng novelties, the boats, the trains. And the funny toys the don
keys and clowns and well, there never was such a gathering of toys as this one. and you should surely come
to see It. You, will enjoy it, we know, and we will be glad to see you. Come as often aa you like. Big
folks bring the little ones. Little folks bring the big ones papa and mamma will enjoy the toys as much as
SANTA KLAUS WILL BE HERE PERSONALLY TO-DAY and will hold a reception all day long TO
EACH CHILD ACCOMPANIED BY A GROWN-UP HE WILL PRESENT A LITTLE SOUVENIR OF THE
CITY PLANKING TEEME.
American Clvle Anaoclntlon to Meet
In tlaltlniore November 10-21.
rians are being made for the Eighth
Annual Convention of the American Civic
Association, In Baltimore, November 19-
3. Convention headquarters will be at
the Hotel Belvedere, where all day ses
sions will bo held.
Probably the feature of this v ear's
meeting will be the consideration which
will be given by distinguished authorities
from all parts of the countrj- to the sub
ject of "Cltj Planning." with special ref
erence to the problems of the small cities
and towns 'Much attention in former
conventions has been given to the larcer
cities New York. Chicago. Philadelphia.
Boston. Baltimore, and Washlnston but
from this time forward the association
will rjlve Important hilp and counstl to
the smaller municipalities John Nolen.
of Boston, Mass . v ice president of the
association, will preside over the "City
Planning" sessions, one department of
which will be devoted to the National
Capital and to State capitals
LAERABEE FUNERAL TO-DAY.
Civil r Veteran lllea In Sana
torium nt Inkoian Park.
After an illnes of several months. MaJ
Charles F. Larnbce. former Assistant
Commissioner of Indian affairs, died jes-terdaj-
morning In a sanatorium In Ta
koma Park. Md He was seventy jears
old and heart trouble was the cause of
MaJ. Larrabce was born In Portland
Me. and served In the civil war and
Indian campaigns that followed. He
retired from the service to ko into the
office of the Rufeau of Indian Affairs
He leaves a wife and one on, Sterling
Larrabee. a lieutenant In the Philippine
The funeral will be hell at St Thomas'
Church this afternoon at 2 o'clock The
follonlng pallbearers selected from the
Lov-al Leg'on are llrig Gen. John M.
Wilson, U. S A ; Paj master Gen. Henrj
Doat salsa an aisle
la Toylasrd. Yon will
ad new wonders on
See Santa Klana'
horse, largest of Its
kind ever shown.
Price, f US.
Stake roar selections
for Xmas now, while
everything la fresh.
Yon need net star
all now. A reasonable
deposit holds any purchase.
We stare all
ehaaes made now for
delivery when yon say.
11 blsc aneefal open
lag arseclnls noted be
lowi renal every one-
Boys' $10 t Office
Desks; 33x19 inches,
with a 28-inch top.
They are the most prac
tical desks made for
boys of 8 to 15 years of
age. Made of selected
seasoned ash ; finished
in dark oak; have Bos
ton leather top; have
with lots of room for
papers; have lock and
key; this will make a
fine present for any
bov, and the
$3.30 Blackboard, for
men, hollow ring- style.l
and instruction sheet ;
packed all in neat box;
the best $1.25
$7.50 Imported Plush
Swing Horse, 22 inches
high, mounted on plat-
lorm, 13x31 inches:
have leather harness
and steel straoDincs.
plush saddle; has steel
supports; is strong and
easy for anv child to
ride. Spe- Ct A fr
$10 Full Ball Jointed
Dolls. We go on record
when we say that this is
boys or girls; a desk the biggest doll value
and blackboard all inw offered in this or
one. Just what the chil-)anv other d Come
urcn want wnen tney.
come home from school,
Made of dark finished .k"w you want a doll
oak; has linen finished you will buy. They are
chart with 26 sections 31 and 34 inches tall,
of designs; has eraser AU arc first n
and 1 doz. sticks of . , ,
chalk Sne- goods; have fine quality
cial tVni iOi'S5 vv't'1 'on? curls;
to-dav Wsnia'IO.broun or blue
$1.00 Hug Me Kid
dies Dolls; to our
knowledge never before
sold for less than $1.00.
We made this purchase
special for our opening.
They are the dolls with
the big-looking eyes
and large straw hats
and brown shoes. Have
stuffed bodies and are
prettily dressed. Each
in a box. Choice of boys
or jnrls; our auanti
ty is limited
60c M ec h a n i c a 1
Trains ; the imported
kind. Have six pieces of
track, large locomotive,
tender and one-passen
ger car; put up in a
pretty cardboard box; a
and train in
$1.50 Saddle Horse,
made up of fine import
ed plush; 18 in. high,
Our $2.00 Milk
Wagon, with 6 cans; 3
inches tall ; 10-inch
plush horse on rolling
platform; red or blue
wooden wagons, large
size; size oyer all 24
inches; leather harness;
these are the imported
kinds; do not confound
them with cheaper
Qake-Si SKI 7
Special.... J9 J.&d
500 Doll Go-Carts,
the full collapsable kind,
suitable for Miss Viola
or any 24-mch doll:
steel gearing through
put, and steel wheels;
Boston leather back,
seat and footrest; pol
ished wood handles; the
best $1.00 and $1.25
$2.25 Imported Four-
Wheel loaded Trucks,
with 10-ln. loaded horse
and mounted on rollinfri0" rol,!n Porm; has
platform. 5V-xlVA?n tmciz tnree lare
. r, t. 1 i, t I f 1 L,t,.. 1 inches ; has IMrhpr linr. ""A"
Crokmole and " ' .i ,. . ,,,
corn-shapely hands and', a"u .us.i sauuie;
twiiecKer uoanis, com-i
bined; made of season-bodies. Choice of Iight,l j
cu wood, ponsneu: lSiaarK or josca nair
full size, being 21x21 for A Qr Others at 25c,
inches; has full set oflonly Pf5rO'75c, to $1.98.
two sacks and
barrel; choice of
aiftw tafw JCU ur UUIC wagons;
Al.UU size over aI1 24 inchcs;
ias leather harness.
49c, Spe- 21 OC
T. B Harris. U. S. N.: Brevet Brig
Gen. Ellis Spear, U. S V.. nnd Brevet
Hrlg. Gen. John C. Black, t". S V. In
terment will be In Arlington Cemetery.
DENIES MARRIAGE COERCION.
Kllanbeth Sonnrmnn Answers
Snlt for Annulment.
Denvlng that anj force or coercion was
used in persuading Leonard G. Sonne-
man to go to Philadelphia and marry
her October 3 last Mrs Elizabeth Son-
ncman jesterdaj answered the suit for
nnnullment of marriage filed by her hus
band twentv dajs after the ceremony.
Tile wife asked that his petition be dis
missed and thit he be ordered to paj"
her permanent alimonj Mie alleses her
husband decrtcd her the day of the
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With Roller Bearing
Five Distinctive Patterns.
ishes to order.
A stack of
with top and
Ilth and H Sts. N. W.
WeaiveHersldrZUMO contest votes.
Table Luxuries. Elgin Butter.
236 ESt N.E. Phone L. 497
We Che Votes In The Drtld'i S3 B CoKasr.
ii Engraving Company,
lllostrators and Designers
WtsMngion Post Bldj. M. 673.
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
Wa Orra Votes to The Eerald'a S3.O0V
IF IT'S ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone M. 2364.
CEO. W. PAREZO,
605 H St, N. W.
Electrical Supplies and Novelties.
We Cite otea in Tn. Herald a E5.00O Coroaat,
The National Cathedral
School for Boys
t Efiacopal cccutrr schud. occupjicg it bwiu.
fol new Lome on
Mt. St. Alban
A rrrimritory SdiooJ. offertec excrrtiaca! iflTta-
The Mfaool tvjndicc Ij cue cf tbe mat modm
tod bst equipped in the rom.trr The fiealtj
ccmprisM coQfce srtuzzt of rtrccnized UUitj.
Boerdinc and day department-bo a Irua 7 to II
Fall terra opens September 36, 10-1
The Bis&op of Watkit-n. I re, it t of heart cT
For catalogue addrt
E. jU GREGG.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes,
143 Eleventh St.N.E.
131T Htr YORK VtMK
I "WASHIXGTOS'S BE3T"
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