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THIS IS NEXT SEASON'S THEATER CAP
Here is the new head dress which will make its appearance this fall
It is called the' "Nun's Cap," but its shape, is the only thing, in which it re
sembles the head dress of the gentle nun;.
The girl out in the world makes her .nun's cap of the finest old lace or
a piece of rare embroidery, on which she' sews simulation of precious
To "Madonna-like". features.this kind of a cap will be particularly becoming.-
oo . . - -
TOMATO CHILI SAUCE
Peel and dice one peck of ripe to
matoes. Chop six large peppers,
twelve large onions and put in porcelain-lined
kettle and add four cups o'f
vinegar, half cup of salt and two cups
of sugar. Put one tablespoonof mix
spice and half tablespoon of celery
and mustard seed in a bag and tie
to side of kettle. Boil slowly until re
duced one-half. Great care must be.
taken not to scorch. !
FULL OF MARKS! .
' Uncle-Well,- Johnnie, my boy, X
hope you. got plenty' of marks this
Johnnie Oh, rather! Some Of
them still sting!
With a Demqcratic congress on his
hands, and a swarm of yellow-jackets
in the White House, Woodrow Wilson
seems to bo in the middle of the