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., Women are weanng dainty house
dresses more than ever, as the new
street gowns are so much more elab
orate than they were last year that
they get mussed and old looking
The model shown is from Andres
Dupre, Pans The skirt is of accor
dion pleated chiffon, and over it is
worn a short sacque of flowered taf
feta. These sacques are "very much
worn over any kind of a skirt.
TRY IT OUT!
BY H. M. COCHRAN
Many a thing said
In argument's heat
You will find, as a rule,
Is not meant.
Into long drawn-out messes
There's many a man
Who these first thought
Expressions have sent.
There's a saying that goes, .
As everyone knows,
Think a couple of times
E'er you leap
That is blame good advice,
So let's stop and think twice. I
Better words, all around
We will reap.
"Pres Wilson, who has been be
moaning his fate at being what he
called a "national exhibit," is a very
frank, unconventional man. On one
occasion, m a burst of modesty, he
recited his limerick to a gathering:
"As a beauty I am not a star;
There are others more handsome by
But my face I don't mind it,
For I am behind it
The people m front get the jar."
To avoid danger in tinned fruits,
after opening the tin, pour all the
liquid into a saucepan and add a
tablespoon of castor sugar Bring to
a boil; then put in the fruit, and let
it get cold in the syrup It is then
ready for use. By this process the
danger of any tin flavor, etc, is de
stroyed, and it does not spoil the
taste of the fruit, "
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