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Ing that which won her the world
For the last two years this remark
able feminine athlete, wife of Thos.
Bundy, holder with Maurice Mc
Loughlin of the championship dou
bles, has been-lhdng the ideal home
Today she asserts that having a
family and keeping house willjiot
spoil a woman's ability to play tennis,
and play it better than ever before.
A MAN OF LETTERS
By Roswell F. Connor
He is a man of letters, you ould tell
that at a glance,
In comparison Jack London is not a
He bring great many letters to our
office every day.
He's not a man of many words, has
never much to say.
This modest man of letters Is not a
man to brag.
Much 'intelligence he carries in his
head and in a bag.
How he can produce so many letters
always puzzles me.
The fiction that they contain Is won
derful to see.
Many doleful tales he bring us in his
well-worn leather sack.
Mostly from some customer who Is
always slow and slack.
This staid, strong man of letters
writes but little poetry.
He's not a man who cares a cent for
He Is awful fond of walking, he goe3
hiking every day.
He is not much given to talking with
people on his way.
This quiet man of letters is not a sissy
For pink teas and white flannels he
doesn't care a rap.
We sure are on best terms with him,
but he won't sit down and talk.
He is always in a hurry and It seems
he's rather walk.
Peel, stone and cut in half enough
peaches to weigh six pounds. Put In
preserving kettle with one quart of
water. Cover and put over "slow fire
and boil for an hour; 'stir to keep from
scorching. Add 6 pounds of granu
lated sugar and cook slowly an hour
longer. Stir often or it will burn.
The marmalade should be thick,
smooth and clear or "glossy" look
ing. Put it into small jars or tum
blers and when cool cover top with a
thin coating of paraffin and set in a
cool, dry place.
Dry ginghams quickly and in the
shade. Iron the wrong side of goods
to avoid a gloss.
BRA' COLORS OF CALEDONIA BRIGHTEN NEW
BY BETTY BROWN
A bonny gown of Scotch plaid vofl
and midnight blue taffeta is the
"gown for many occasions" which
Miss Ethel Hill, well known society
dancer, will add to her fall wardrobe.
The plaids that Harry Lauder
k loves are to be exceedingly popular
this fall they'll be used in turbans,
coats and skirts, but the first who
ventured to introduce the bra' colors
Into an elegant gown is Mme. Mar-
guertie of the Fashion Art League of.
America. In her studio in the Mai
lers bldg., where Miss Hill posed es
pecially for this photograph, I saw
many evidences of the coming craze
for Scotch plaid.
Although the gown is made in coat
effect, the long line of the princess is
emphasized in the back panel that ex
tends from shoulder line to skirt hem.
The front ie cut on bolera lines. Two
deep pleated flounces of voll finished
with wide bands of taffeta form the"
spirt The blouse is of ecru lace witH
soft rolling- collar.
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