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inpa:Xrt, kept 'alive
From Paris comes this creation in
millinery for -the coming spring sea
son. It is model of picot straw with
satin croWn and ostncTi fancy.
Ingredients-One and .one-half
cups maple sugar substitute, one
tablespoon vinegar. Boil-syrup and
vinegar until it becomes brittle if
dropped in cold water; stir in enough
perfectly popped kernels; of corn to
take up the syrup; with buttered
hands take portions arid fppn into
balls and -wrap each, in waxed paper.
Some teachers, in their mistaken
zeal, have crossed or smothered
everything distinctly aboriginal in
the young Indians. Secretary Lane,
in his letter directing the appoint-:
ment of Geoffrey O'Hara as instruct
or of najiye "Indian music, said: "I
think that "it is .the part of -wisdom
to develop in the young Indian an in
creased respect .for all those things
of beauty which their fathers pro
duced. "Our efforts should be to make this
generation proud of their ancestors
and keep alive in them the memory
of their wholesome legends and their
That Detroit street-sweeper who"
got run over twice by the -same auto
in a half-minute really had no busi
ness to be in the street. Once is
plenty for even the best of ub.
A larger proportion of Russians
wear beards than of any other nation
in the world.