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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1909.
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must pass is so full of dread that the thought fills her with apprehension.
There is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either .very
painful or dangerous." The useof Mother's Friend prepares the system
for the coming event,- and it is passed without any danger. - This
remedy is applied externally,
and has carried thousands of
women through the crisis
with but little suffering.
Book containing information of Tain
to all expectant mother mailed free. .
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.at the time of his arrival at the June- giant cactus cost practically nothing.
E. Leisham, Well Known Here, Suffer- I tjon anJ djd nQt toke the trajn forj -But tne greatest part of this mur
ing of Typhoid Fever. , the valley, but wandered around at velous highway is along the sides of
i Ash Fork until he was reported to the . mountains and over vales. A recent
K. J. Doyle left for Prescott on the
early train this morning to bring to j
this city E. Leisham of Chicago, who !
Is in the Mercy hospital at Prescott
suffering of typhoid fever. Mr. Leish
am spent the last winter in this city.
having come here for the benefit "of
his health. About a month ago he re
turned to his home in Chicago, in-
How to Rid the Yard of Ants.
lse London Purple, Potas
sium Cyanide, Bisulphate of
Carbon or Paris Green. Let us
tell you how.
First Ave. and Washington St.
HEN Mrs. Justwed first sug
gested that she visit her mother,
for a week or so, Mr. J.
frowned. When she dilated
upon the solemn obligation
resting upon her not to allow
ter marriage to make herself and her
mother total strangers simply because
she happened to lire In one city and her
mother In another some eighty miles
distant Mr. Justwed came oot fraok!
and flatly and stated that he thought
the whole thing absurd and a luxury far
beyond the logical expenditure of their
But, when Mrs. JaRtwed suggested that
since he felt that way about It, "Mom
mer" might just as well visit them
Mr. Justwed capitulated ao quickly that
Mrs. J. was sorely puzzled.
And her wonderment grew each day,
for Mr. J. boomed the proposed trip at
breakfast, at dinner and even while read
ing the evening paper around their "ten
forty" mission table in the living room.
I'erhaps it was merely to call Mrs. J.'s
attention to an advertisement of some
thing or other that she simply ought to
have for the journey but pause he did,
in bis reading, and explain whereas Mr.
J. usually grew hopelessly peevish and
irritable if interrupted in bis perusal of
the news. t
He brought borne timetables galore.
He wrote to "Mummer" biuiself, stating
exactly what time Mrs. J. would arrive
and expanded and amplified the utter
horror and despair Mrs. J. would ex
perience should she. by any chance, ar
rive at the station and find no one there
to meet her. He walked to the bank of
a morning, got out an old pipe and cut
out cigars, and Insisted that Mrs. J.
prorlde but the plainest Qf food for the
week preceding the Journey tn order to
insure the means' to finance the trip. -
And Mrs. Justwed's wonder grew each
day. Iudeed. It seemed' that Homer-dear
was anxious for ber to go. That would
never do! Could It be that he planned a
wild week of hilurity with the boon com
panions of his days of single blessed
ness? Did he welcome her departure as
a glorious opportunity to kirk over the
traces In one grand, woosely hooray
Hardly. But It was difficult to under
stand Ilouier-dear's very apparent Joy na
the time of departure drew near. Any
one would admit that.
At last the eventful day arrived. Mr.
J. hurried borne from the bank an hour
before closing time to be with Mrs.
Justwed every moment until ter train
left in the late afternoon. Mr. J. was
jubilant reruemberlug, however, to
v E benrs so much nowadays of sclf
j S made men that It Is refreshing, lu-
deed, to bear of a self made woman.
Ixiwn In Kansas there is a young womin
who has actually constructed A ulne
ioon bouse by her own .lalior. She knew
nothing of carpenter work when she le
Ij it t necessity proved the mother of
Invention with a vengeance In her case
snd she v. as soon nblc to disprove the
IIU'lous statement that no woman cnu
drive a nail straight. at
Khe started In with Just $7 and pur
chased her UHI foot lot on credit. Upon this
she built with ber own bands a two
story frame house, also buying the lum
lier on the promise of small monthly
payments. She took in two other women
to' board with bi-r and In this manner
was able to make her monthly payments
sud purchase a cow on the same plan.
2ne sold inilk, sutUHed her boarders.
No woman can be happy
without children : il is her
nature to love them as much
rSr so as it is the beautiful and
ifeQ Pure- The ordeal through
'Ja which the expectant mother
tending to return to this city in the
fall, one of his friends here knevtf.of
his intention to return at this time
until word was received from Prescott
that he was ill in that city. ' '
Mr. Leisham arrived at Ash Fork
last Saturday and was at that time
suffering of typhoid. He was delirious ,
sheriff of Yavapai county as being in- j
sane. He was taken in charge by the
: sheriff was brought to Prescott and
was there taken to the county build
i ing, at which place the real nature of
; his ailment was learned. His friends
in this city were immediately notified
j and, with the doctor's permission, he
' will be brought here today.
FIFTY FOOT FALL
Thrown Over a Cliff Along the Roose
Bert Rarr was the victim of an ac
cident on Monday from which he had
but one chance in many of escaping
with his life. He was returning from
Roosevelt on a motorcycle and at one
of the most dangerous spots in the
road the machine struck a stone and
the rider was hurled over a cliff for
a fall of not less than fifty feet.
He alighted upon a sharp and jagged
rock which pierced his clothing and
flesh for a depth of a couple of inches!
and held him suspended and helpless,
where he remained until some freight
ers whom he had passed not long be
fore came up and released him.
ne was orougnt to tne city late on :
Monday by his father, W. T. Barr, who j
had been telephoned from Mesa, where I
he met him. I
On his arrival in town he was able I
to walk only with the assistance of,
crutches and a man at his side.
mourn the sepanitiuu every now sod then
with appropriate remorse. Mrs. J. bad
an out-and-out case of cold feet and the
The trunk had long since been dis
patched and tbey were putting the re
maining odds and ends Into Mrs. J.'s
"Oh, I don't believe 1 want to go at
all. Homer-dear," sighed Mrs. J. "I'll lie
so lonely without yon."
"And I without you. Blossom-sweet."
Mr. J. smiled back.
Will yon miss me very much. Homer,
v-e-r-y much?" asked Mrs. Justwed for
the huudredth time In two hours.
"Miss you!" Mr. J. exclaimed, for pre
cisely the same numlier of times, "miss
you! Well. I Just guess, yes! Why I'll
be like a fish out of water, a monk away
from his cloister, a-a-n man without a
country! Miss yon! How can you ask
such a silly, foollxh questlou?"
Mis. Justwed stopped short li ' her
packing, then dropped the wblskbroom
end band-mirror decisively.
"I am not going. Homer!" sba de
"What!" cried Mr. J. 7,
"No!'- reiterated Mrs. J, "I sm not
going. I simply will not leave you for j
a whole week! I'll wire Moinmer right
away and tell her to come on!"
Mr. Justwed sunk on the bed "In a
heap. - :
and took In washing. After some few
months she bad cleared her Indebtedness
sufficiently to Justify an enlargement of
the bouse. Accordingly, she dug the new
foundation, set up the frame, plastered
and pupered the walls and laid the
floors. Then she made a lawn, planted
fruit trees and flower beds and set Uer
house In order. And all of this was
dune on a capital of $7 by a woman.
O matter how careful a housekeeper
is In doing ber work, there Is gen
erally a stain on the bottom of the
bathtub; which will not give way to
soap and water. Powdered pumice stone,
which can be procured at most of the
hardware stores, will Immediately re
mote the stain, and leave the enamel
while and shining.
THE ROOSEVELT ROAD :
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
Description of the Highway by Van
The current number of Van Nor
den's Magazine has an elaborate de
scription of the Roosevelt road which
it regards as one of the remarkable
thoroughfares of the world.
Says the magazine:
"O'.d Rome with her Appian Way
ha to take a back seat. The United
States has completed the most costly
highway in the world, that forty mile
road, (too short by almost half), from
Ihoenix to Roosevelt, Arizona. Four
teen miles of it was carved out of
solid rock and if. you should be a bit
reckless about looking over the edge
at the scenery below, you would be
in danger of dropping on to a bed of
wild flowers a thousand feet away.
That part which was quarried cost
feet to the mile; a few
across the desert and through
traveler ovr it declared that he had
visited the Garden of Eden and "The
Land that God Forgot." It is a part
of the government's home making
scheme and the beautiful homes and
prosperous ' farms along the way are
ample evidence that the immense out
lay for building was not in vain. En
gineers who have gone over it declare
it to be a monumental achievement.
The one who built it now declares
that when he got to the top of Fish
Creek hill a commanding eminence,
he felt that he had been defeated.
Over the cliff below him there was a
I "1111111 iinu mull nitre , hum
, not even a footprint. At the distance
or a thousand rei-t he saw a tiny
stream of water and a few green
trees. He wished to reach them, but
a hurried reconnaissance showed him
that to go around the canyon meant
the -addition of fifteen miles to the
I road. So he decided to blast at a
steep grade, down the side of the
cliff and it was done. It would be
simply terrifying to go over the road
today had not the government built it
broad and comfortable with many
eusy grades and safe turnouts.
"This road is a part of the Salt
River valley project. Along side it Is
one of the world's greatest engineer
ing works, about to be completed
the Roosevelt dam. This wonderful
structure will be
2S4 feet above the
river bed, will be 1080 feet long and
170 feet thick at the base. Placed
by the side of a twenty story building
it would rise twenty feet above it.
while the length on top would more
than cover two city bolcks. Across
the top there will be a roadway
twenty feet wide."
The article is illustrated by a view
of the high-line wagon road directlv
above the east wall of the dam.
"Why why Blossom!" he gnrgled,
catching bis breath, "that is foolish!
Here you have an opportunity for a nice
trip" etc "Too need a rest from
household esres" etc "Too are going
for a sboit hlla only" eti "Mommer
voald never understand" etc and
a wool lot more Just like It.
Though Mrs. J. was obdurate, Hom-c-r-d
r pleaded eloquently presenting
a thc-.is.itid and one reasons why "Mom
met" fhcoM not be asked at the elev
enth hoc". Finally Mrs. Justwed dried
ber eyes and went silently, mournfully
ahcot ber arrangements.
The Srai obsequies were performed In
s gl"orn as Mark as midnight, and Mrs.
J. left the f-.partment, with one last
fold look, behind, as one who bids adieu
to ali that is l-est and dearest in life
and sets out for trackless sands and
At tna station Mrs. Justwed al-nosi
fainted. Mr. J.. fevered, nervous,
rnxlocs. talked snd ta'ke-5 and talked
of the pleasures awaiting her. As an
artlstk touch be threw to tot Joy of
seeing "Mommer" once wore.
"New Ibuea. Henicr," Mrs. J. insist
ed,' seizing b-:r opportunity, 'it Isn't fair
thst 1 should see Memuer and you
sbould3't--lt'r selfikh ot me, very sel
fish!" "Huh?" gasped Mr. J., "what's that?"
"I say," continued M's. Jtistned, "tu'it
If 1 stay home snd w!i Mommer to
conf ec t'len--tbet. - then both of ns
vl!l bn'e rbe pitesure of being with
Set. You see!"
Mr. Jufi'.iid reached for the wall for
"les y-e-s. to he sure! To be sure!"
V you lay llnolenpi on our floors this
.spring cut it a trifle longer than the
'cngth ;if the room. Do not tack It
dotin for several diys, thus allowing
it to settle properly. The edges should
then be pssted dtwn to the Cocr In order
to keep dirt from woiklus under It An
othertjpood purgestion Is to put a uarrow
trip-of molding around t?ie edges next to
the wall and paint It an appropriate
In lighting a new gas range the Instruc
tions to first turn en the. gas and tbt-u
strike the match must be followed In
variably. Unless this Is done the flame
will roar and pound and be yeilow instead
of blue. Besides It will give out very
little heat The explanation of this is
that the space between the burner and the
stopcock Is full of al-. which must be
allowed to flow out before lighting.
It Is no pleasant Job to keep tb kitchen
sink clean. If It Is of gnlvnnlzed Iron
cover Its surface completely with soap
powder. After It has remained on at
lenst IS minutes scrub the sink with
a strong brush In boiling bnt wnter. Care
must be taken In keeping the soup pow
der from touching the woodwork of the
sink, as It will eat all the paint off.
If you have no stationary tubs In the
room In which your laundry work Is
oHevimf frov are compelled to fill each
ubSrln'vwnter from the kitchen boiler,
get o1d tof In old piece of gurden hose
and attach one end of It to the faucet
DAILY WATER REPORT
FLOW AT ROOSEVELT
An Even Four Feet Was Passing Over
the Dam Yesterday.
The water was running over Roose
velt dam yesterday to the depth of
exactly four feet or 960 econd feet,
with 125 second feet running through
the penstock tunnel, to total of 10S5
second feet or 43,400 inches.
At Richins station yesterday the
reading was 738 second feet in the
Salt and 162 In the Verde or a total of
900 second feet which equals 36,000
inches. The difference between the
reading at Ritchin asnd at Roosevelt
is quite pronounced, showing that
the breast of the greater flow had not
yet got down to Richins'.
Of the amount at Richins', 36.000
inches, 32,592 inches was diverted into
the canals of the valley, 17,497 inches
going into the north side canals. This
was divided between the Appropria
tors and the. Salt canals with sixteen
hour runs in the former and twenty
four hour runs in the latter. The
Maricopa is dry and the Arizona
practically so, though sixteen hour
runs will be started in the Arizona
today, with the very limited surplus
that can be given that ditch at this
time. By the end of the week it is
expected the regular run service in
the Arizona will begin.
Lon Teal called up The Republican
last night to protest against the
statement that the farmers are now
getting practically all the water they
want. He said that he had 145 acres.
j a part of which is under the Ari
zona and partly under the Maricopa
canal and that he had not received
water in about five weeks except a
three hour run from the Arizona, a
ewelve hour run in the Maricopa this
week and eight hours In the Maricopa j
on the last former run. i
LAURA BUI CLARK
Court Holds That the Preacher-Husband
Drew Up a Valid Contract.
Washington, D. C May 25. That
Laura Bunn Clark is the legal wife of
Rev. E. E. Efavidson, former pastor of
the First Christian church, was de-1
cided today by Judge Wrightson in the !
federal court. Miss Clark, the daugh- '
ter of a former mayor of this city, al- I
leged that Davidson and she were re- '
cently married in a St. Louis hotel i
by a private contract drawn up by the ,
preacher on the back of an envelope. I
Soon after a publication of ' the ;
charge Davidson left. He was heard I
from at Toronto. He denied that Miss ,
Clark was his wife. j
be stammered, "that would be fine.
Blossom but it's too late now!"
And be fairly beat It for the ticket
oiBre to purchase Mrs. J.'s psssage.
Ten minutes later be emerged, hot
and dishevelled, from the crowding,
shoving line snd rushed hack to where
he had left her. The suitcase was
there but rot Mm. Jr.stwed!
Homer-dear looked v.idly s'ound. Ad!
There she was! At the telegraph win
dow! He rssbl swr.
"Whst In the w&rld are yon doing.
Blossom?'' t -rrled.
"I I I'm sending a wire tf. Mum
mer, to come ct i? " sh Mtrt-d
to explain, when the anno:c n tal
lowed out. In bis dtep-r.es. voice, in
name of the town where "'Mommer"
And Mr. J. was r'ght on the Job!
He grabbed the sullrasa In one band
and the ticket and Mrs. J. in the other
ar l hustled tnem out thronxh the gate.
Before Mrs. Justwed could , c.mipoo her
f -If she was blrg helped tluj'J the
trr-ln by her rft-sperats Homer-dear.
At the top step el'.e turned.
"1 Jjst k:iC-w you're ctaiy for ram tt
go!" she ciled, "but 1 m comlnu tsuk
the day after tomorrow and hrisg
Momcier with me! I simply ml
And the train pitilcd ont with Mrs.
J.. in lmmlneiit lisk ot Injury, waving
a long, fund, sorrowful aulen f.-on the
Mr. Justwed vtlpJ-I h'.s persplrlnc
"Whew!" he breathed, 'thuit was
Then he went straight to the telegraph
window and sent the following wire t
"Blosoni en route. Will lie over my
self next wixk. Keep ber cntli I
come. Homer "
"Hum-m-in," mused Mr. Justwed, ns
he lift the station. "I tun 'hniii;e my
mind In a week Put so cuu Mouiiuer,
uugene it!" ,
ou your boiler : d run the other end
luto your tub.
If your polished t.'.ble has been spotted
by drops of wnter, etc.. pour a small
quantity of liquid camphor or spirita of
camphor on the stain, rub it In well wltb
the palms of the hands. The camphor
will not Injure the polish of the table and
the white spot will disapp: ?.
An odd wsy of mending the winter
underwear before you put It away In
moth balls for the summer is to cut away
all the worn part and crochet around in
a plain stitch, narrowing every second
or third time around, according to tne
size of the hole. This same 'C'.hcd may
w mi . .
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choosing of a wedding gift froln our elegant line of High Art China. Every piece different, every
piece the finest grade of workmanship and design. See the exhibit.
Vote For the Center St. Bridge
and a Greater Phoenix.
Just Received Big Shipment of
Genuine Ludwig & Co. Pianos
direct from the factory
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We are the only authorized representatives of the Ludwig & Co. pianos in Arizona.
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The Only Exclusive Piano House in Phoenix
245 E. Washington St. Hamilton Bros. Managers Phone Red 2031
V Ihls season nf the year the s'er-
rge raarr- ani woman are trying to
k?op cool. It Is rot the heat of
inMmmmer that offends, but tt.e
tlresorae. Irritable heat of s humid
.prlr.g tr.st nnt.- ewryone out of sorts.
The mornings are fine a;id . refreshing,
bnt by evening te sprt-ig fever and t'oat
nssty, tired, s'-icty feelln? hss gotten In
Its so'l Tte'e are certain rules that
t!.e averagw woman can ?'oiiv out !f she
n, uV.es cp her mind to io so. and kt-?p
cool and health; during the trying spring
Above all keep the t'.nod cool. One way
to do this Is to keep the head cool, and
by this is meaut to aivtars vmrrol your
temper. matter v. hat tire provc-itlon
may be. Hnrd. isu't It? But not so bard
If yi-n'rc puit-ct.
If ynr husband conies home tired and
dull and !n a rirtity teui,er after a hard
f v's work, do not I dl -couraced If ho
fails to greet jou en wrf .'!?. Rcuiemher
that he has had to cci.tei,d with the trials
cf a day. Things may Lave gone wrong
with him, perhaps.
Be sunny at al! times. kce;j your bi-vd
ns far away from the fever heat .-.a pos
!ble Meet ti-2 old fcorchend at the" door
is though he were the only man that
ever lived ai;d try to tnat biir. accord
lii"ly. If ), grunts over the dliinir,
suii'e and uiem K. If he acowis because
.ar:ii'klr c:ire uasu't b:en taken of lit-r!.-
Jack's hair or ilres or phoes or
sio':kiitgs reminu him that Juck is just
su."h a perft t. .' and thnt he wss hav
ing such a (rood time tln:t you .iiuply
i-iMitUu't disturb him In ulx merriment.
Tnls is the best way In the world to
Ie used advantageously In id ypulng the
i:eeU of stockings.
A surprisingly attractive lift'- h"ok for
vour baby may lie fnslitone-l out of
flour sack. The cloth should be cut Into
pieces the slz" of a Joiihle page in t-ie
average nnnery boo. Then stitch down
t!:? middle and paste In It postal cards
and various pictures from the mngnxfnos
or r.ewspopers In which the baby has
taker, an Interest.
It may not work In every rise, hat
here Is a certain baby lu a larp. city,
who, Is no longer afraid of wnter when
In- has to tJke his hath. His mother
made his tub alluring to him by placing
In the water small toy Mrtles and fisu.
mist of them made of litht tin or
wo iil. and all of thorn sufficiently Iwnyaut
to float. She experienced no more trou
Here Is n good way to keep your stock
ings up. Fasten together, with n piece
In back and one In front, two pieces
of tap;; long enough to reach over the
shoulders. Then fasten cn tach of these
four ends n piece of elastic flxcJ with
a tarter fastener. This will hoi-, the
flocking up in Dots front and Lck and
does away with the necessity of fasten
ing the garteis to the waist.
If the water In your laundry Is not very
clear, drop in a sack tilled with equal
parts of charcoal and saltpeter. The char
coal should be broken into small pieces,
and will bold the soot after the salt
peter has drawn It to the sack.
"The Store of Qualities."
be coo!. Nev-. argue, never get cross,
o!ver let ycirself feel that j ou most be
There are also many physical laws for
keeping cool, of course, that should be
oleyed. Dress lightly. By this is not
meaut to show yourself around the street
as though you rre a lost niliiitlon of
Salome, but wear everything a well poised
woman shonld and see tnnt everything Is
In the best of taste. There arr? many
different ways In v hlcn a woman can
d'-ss herself in perfect taste and yet be
quit cool. The most ridiculous of fash
Ion's foibles Is the existing one thnt com
pels a woman to wear so many pounds
of hair that Ohture never iodcwe.I her
with In ord.'r to meet the necessities of
the glaring, flaring, uunscessnry. mkI.v.
Imposihtc looking hat. This cliroulcler
saycth that the over commo-Hoos and
oppressive bnt will not Inst throughout
the season. For tie It said that women
are getting to that point, at least In this
country, m here they throw fashion aside
when fashion goes lust one step too far
in Interfering with their comfort.
liet I... ot i.ure, a very important fac
tor in the work of keeping cool. In
stea.i of consuming all sorts of Impos
sible and Injurious foods women should
take a lessou from tne nnlm&l kingdom.
Tbey should not eat anything that In
Sit At Your Work.
77 1 " l,'1't Possible
A ft 9 with every hr:e of
W keeper's work, a luoiIn
to do so
lier of tasks
nu;y be accoinjillshd as well sitting as
stundliiir. I'nlep's one is trained to It
standing is very tiresome to the average
woman. Bitting is n rct for the back
at least. And every housclio d task that
can possibly lie performed In that atti
tude should he don; so. Scrubbing,
sweeping and hvd-muking. of course, must
b;- don? while standid.;, but there are
other things that d uot d.-maud this.
Take Ironing for nstam-e. Pi:rchns-
cr have made a light high stool, just
the right height to give a satisfactory
puii-hnse on tile Iron. After one or two
experiments yiu will discover that you
can Iron just as well this way as bend
ing over the i-oard. There are a thou
sand aud one other household duties,
such as kneading bread, mixing things
In the kitcnen. dusting various ornaments
aud chairs, cleaning silver, etc., that may
lie done just as well sitting as standing.
Wheu -me has been In the habit of stand
ing, or rather lu the habit 01 not sitting,
no littie difhVulty will be experienced at
flrt. Hut if persevered in the new habit
will qulukly sippluut the old.
Vote For the Center St. Bridge
and a Greater Phoenix.
.'.iy t-ay luteifere with their rstural
facilities of digestion, fats and starches
of all kinds should be tabooed, not only
for the w'jmao bemelf, bat for every
rocc.Vr nf the family. This la not a
n;ere keeping coo! device. It la an abso--icte
hMth rule in rll warm climates.
The markets ar fix. Jed with, delicious
vegetables of nil kinds. There are toma
toes, lettuce, endives, onions and other
Tfg'tahics tr.Lt car be placed on the table.,
atkd wrjlcb your brr-baud will enjoy more
thac the meats and stsrch foods with .
which yoi have ftd him all winter.
If you don't !:now what It la to keep
cool In the summer keep your temper
light, wear sensible cloths and diet right
and then yon w'.ll begin to feel your
blood coursing through your veins easily
enough and wsrrr.iy enough to make you
cool and everybady aronnd yon happy.
eVERTONK v.io nn afford to s peart
p. r.k'kel take; a I'Uig car ride at
thi pwsod of the year. Suppose the
nit ilme you nre '-. to tuke a ride
.t.u sUvt a ''fir line that takJd you out
In the country wuofe there I a woo!,
tiot t'fT of the car und gather a I much
of hkkory .11: i briag It borne will, jou
and you Tvlil ! s irprlsed bl the de
lightful irtltir the leave give out for a
week, which siscents all the country
tJtiiLts the its ti'2 of. Of course,
llne Iim a d Hunt fully bealthf-jf odor
but the ordinary i'ie 1a not what la
usei for pine pillows, ut thf tieeil'e are
too c-jurse, ami ;ire uncomfortably to
lie upou. 1 be vi.riety of pine thai
gives out that delightful uroiuattc odor
ban very tine, suit needles, and ti,n be
:sed lu summer lsteiul of a pillow.
FaRhlonnble boot-maker decided that
w.fiueu should wear cotutoon cnae heels
this st.mjii. K en the tun? ritsual ob
server mlh: surest that womeu made
a decision entirely different.
TX :iln.t ever. bouse that baa a closet
;milt in the wall there are a few
shelves rrraaed at the time of build
ing, but these shelve are aot always
Just what the housekeeper finds band y
for her use. The shelves ere very ofttn
either too wide apart or too cloe. If
tne ortupaut cf t!ie bouse la merely a
renter, a (-bring? of the abelrea would.
e unwise, but the owner ran at sniairt
cost change the closet shelves to suit tier
conveuleuce. Many houses are so built
that a wnidrohe Is nnslphtly and rery
mti; h in the w.iy. In that cane there
ni'ist be provision made In the closet for -the
:in tltoxes, etc. (me side of the closet
fh;uld be arranged , with shelves from
the top nearly to the bottom: tbe center
h ud other end of the closet for suits and
diespes. Iii the bedrooms one or two of
the corners could be provided wltb corner
n he Ives. Any carpenter can make them
In a very little time out of two pieces
of medium sized hoards, q From the top
shelf can be draped smne of the new cot
ton pnM which ate now so plentiful to
the stores and make a bouse look chnrm
lug. Alone the ledce of the botti-iu hbetf
screw hooka can he put lu. und many
articles which have heretofore luiuhered
up the dressing-cast may le within easy
reach ai d at the auiie time out of sight.