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and clasped her in his arms. "Milly!" i What's become of the old-fashioned
he cried. "I've I've I've found my warrior who was going to make
spectacles!" I Huerta salute the flag?
civilized woman takes tip from barbaric
and Decks her head with feathers
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Eccentricity seems to be the leading idea in hair dressing, although the
French twist, or a modification of it is seen on almost every woman's head.
More feathers, ribbons and flowers are worn this summer than any
time since "the days of patch and powder" and it looks as though winter
will see more elaborate coiffures than ever before in the memory of the
present generation. Feathers are particularly a feature of formal head dress
and they always delight the soul of the fashionable woman who, according
to the modern philosopher, is more or less barbaric.
Put into a double boiler a piece of
butter size of egg. Melt and add one
tablespoon of flour and blend until
perfectly smooth. Add one cup of
milk and allow to come to boil. Stir
to avoid lumps. Beat three eggs until
very light. Mix with one tablespoon
of sugar, an even teaspoon of dry
mustard and one even teaspoon of
salt. Pepper to taste. Mix thoroughly
wild add one cup of vinegar. Stir into
the other ingredients in double boiler;
let boil a few minutes and set asid6
Select perfect, ripe pineapples and.
to 1 quart of peeled and diced pine
apple add 1 cup of sugar and allow to
stand over night. In the morning add
1 cup of water, put into preserving
kettle, allow to come slowly to boiling
point Fill hot jars with boiling fruit,
put on new rubber and seal. Keep
cool and dry.