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but she looked him in the eyes for
the first time.
"Yes," she answered softly.
L o o
i WHO SAID ANGEL CAKE?
' By Caroline Coe
The "little red hen""is-so busy lay
ing eggs these days that eggs are
much cheaper than they have been
so cheap, in fact, that cake is no
longer a luxury even an angel cake
Willi eight eggs in it places no very
great strain on the household.
A light and delicate angel cake may
be made with eight eggs and as very
little else is used it is not an expen
Beat the whites of the eggs until
frothy. Add 1 teaspoonful ot cream
of tartar and keep beating till whites
are stiff; add 1 cup of sugar gradu
ally. Sift cup of flour 4 times with
1 saltspoon of salt, fold the flour into
the eggs, add teaspoonful of vanil
la. Bake 45 minutes in an unbuttered
angel food pan. After cake has risen
and begins to brown cover with a but
tered paper, invert pan and cool
When cutting fresh bread or cake,
dip knife in hot water, wipe dry and
you will find the hot metal facilitates
MME. SCHUMANN-HEINK'S ADVICE TO JUNE
BRIDES "DON'T TELL HUSBAND EVERYTHING"
You did not tell him before mar
riage that your beautiful complexion
was retained and made more beau
tiful by the copious use of cold cream
and other ungents and just the tiniest
soupcon of powder did you? Then
why initiate him into the secrets of
your toilet after marriage?
Neither must you feel called upon
to tell him the things that your
women friends tell you in confidence.
Some of the sweetest friendships I
have ever known have been ruined
because a bride has told her husband
some little escapade on the part of
one of her chums and he has looked
upon the girlish indiscretion with
horror and forbade his wife to be
friendly with her girlhood companion
You have no "more right to tell
your husband what is told you in con
fidence by some other woman than
you have to tell it to some other man.
If you feel that you cannot keep
these confidences from your husband
you must meet every proffer of them
"Do not tell me this unless you'd
just as soon my husband should know
it I tell him everything."
(Another Schumann-Heink Article
BY MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK
The Famous Diva
One of the great assets of a suc
cessful wife is secretiveness.
Now, my dear little bride-to-be,
don't look at me with such horror,
for I know whereof I speak.
I expect you will throw up your
pretty chin and say with a disdain
ful shrug of your pretty shoulders:
"I shall have no secrets from my hus
band." That is all right, my dear girl, in
the things that concern both of you,
but there are many things which we
should share with no human being.
In the first place, all men look for
resorts in their business, in their
pleasures, in their lives.
You Americans have a slang phrase
, which I believe you attribute to some
' "man from Missouri" who said, "You
have to show me."
This, like many other slang ex
pressions, is expressive and it means
much to the successful wife.
"But that is not being secretive,"
You can show your husband re
sults, but if you would be happy I
advise you to be chary of giving him
the detafls in achieving those results.
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