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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1911, Image 13

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CYNTHlA GREY'S. DAILY
CORRESPONDENCE
Ij-have heen married less than
a'year; and have found that my
KusUafid 'is- very jealous- Without
cailse, and it makes' life perfectly
.miserable for mer When we go
to'a party he watches me, closely.
andmakes me feel so conscious
thatlca'nnotfenjby myself. What
,cahI do-to.'eure&im of it? Un-
A. Your husband has an un
fortunate dispdsltron, and jeal-i
busy is,'a very 'difficult problem to
deal with; About the only way to
help" him is'for you to b"e:car'efuL
about your 'actions. Jand "" At the
same xtime laugh him. out of his
jeaipusy. assure mm tna.t.ne is
the Only One to you. Some
young , wives make the mistake of
going into details'about past love
affairs, and arousing latent jeal
ousy by this silly act. Never do
this. Make hinr understand that
he is all in all to" you, now and
forever.
What will keep peach-butter
from getting sour? Mrs. H. S.
'Ak Allow y$ pound sugar to
every pound of fruit, and cook
until very brown and thick Put
into glass, jars andseal It will
nojfsour. J
HowcansI remove ink-stains
from, a 'while dress ? Anxious.
A. Dissolves teaspoonful,of
oxalic acid in a pint of hbtr wa
ter, rub- the stains well in this,
and rinse'inliot water. '
ALL AROUND THE-HOME
By Cynthia Grey. J
'When making lemonade on6 of
the lemons may be peeled and
run jthrough a meat chopper with
astriaTl-piece, of the. peel. Tin's
will'giyethe lemonade a "delight
fully piquarit flavor. ' &
1 AbQut the surest way. to rid the
hoytee of ants is to wipe doof5ills,
wlnclo w" sills,a'nd. any'oth'n jila'ce
where'the may enter'th" "Spirits
of turpentip. r i"' " " I .
T6r'keep'thin M cottonsum&eV
dresses-from fading? jjuJSqne
ounceofrugar of leaden, Jf bucket
ofater Snd soak foranHpun
t li yourfdoors-and beds squeak
ocif the dining table and dresser
.drawers ,stick try rubbingrshap on
them.1 - ;- - 'H?
Pamt may be' removed from
windows with a little caustic
potash dissolved in water applied
with ' a small paint brush., Use
precautions as the acid will, eat
the hands. - Keep it away from
the children, -
Sprinkle a few handfuls drange
cedar over carpets ,bef ore" sweep
ing to keep the dust down. They
will loolc like new.
T Never use a metal spoon in stir
ring fruit "and vegetables when
canning. A wooden one is best,
and those with short-handles-are
preferable. -
During the-surrimer rkeep ;on
hapd'a iriip'made by-boilirig 1
cup sugar to 4' pint cof ' water.
When cool. put in fruitcjar. Mix
with lemon, juicef or lemonade. It
is a good thihg to keep it'in stock
for various summer, drinks. "
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