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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 15',
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tie changed as soon they are soiled.
Folding and putting away the table
cloth between! weals keeps it tilean
longer. Squares from worn table
cloths can be hemmed for napkins.
Paper napkins are often used to save
In the center of the table there
should be some decoration, a vase or
bowl of flowers or leaves, a growing
plant in a pot, or a dish of" fruit,
wasned and polisned.
Everything on the table should be
arranged in an orderly way.
, Dishes which are to contain hot
food should be heated by pouring hot
water over them or putting them in
Each person's place at the table is
called a cover and is set as follows:
Each article one inch from the edge
of the table.
Kings will be tyrants from policy
when subject are Tebels from princi
Anne Morgan shocked a New York
banquet crowd by smoking a cigaret.
What does New York expect a
"In five years women will be wear
ing trousers in State street," predicts
a Chicago feminist. Well, trousers
at least cover 'em.
UNCLE SAM TELLS HQW YOU CAN GET STRONG
Soldiers use their rifles, weighing
eight pounds and about 40 inches
long, in the following exercise
It strengthens the chest, arms and
hand muscles and makes for seadi
nes sof nerves. Instead' of the rifle,
an iron rod of the same weight and
length may be used.
Holding rod in both hands in front
rais? it to extended high horizontal
and jump to straddle, as shown at
Bend" right knee and lower rod to
left horizontal, as at right
Resume first position, then atten-,
Repeat right, left, right
Smartness, activity and precision:
are the physical expressions of men