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PATRIOTIC HELPS FOR A "SAFE AND SANE" FOURTH
TT is not aiwavs the most carefully
planned party that is the greatest
,,- and the trutn or
statement ass verified last In
dependence day at a neighborhood
gathering '.f an Impromp-u character.
f,n tr, largest porch lh communi
ty . wu-h'. met. h decorated with
a little trl'-ol..r.d p."
lor' button, the r
male a few l'ir
fieri r.v f iifs I.;, rge
r-d and h e rsrr, .'
fiower s il at"'.!
sw.r.gt.g from tf.-Ji.t.-
of f.airs m:n!
shaped rota toes i
flags to tie obt.. :n-'l.
A punc!-. howl of lena.
r.. i".t v ' of pir.e.-it : .
ri 1 u en .it pia'tcr i sat
N (A ! A .-O
r" , Ssii: -Jtt fail
f.-.rt.es ..f ..n f tr.- prose'-ds fr-ml j Nf V. P" ' JsfH&k - ASjf i 'X - - ' tffcU$!v ? i -It
f T:j;- ::v..,r" w :;;.,r,, n.-nryj ji!H iStjw 1." 'jlV V?A W " iSCfe r' AVV
k,..,. i fc;, MfK-h . - r:ftt- ,:
av.w i-i. riiMaa ; iiSis!Btx&ite - lMSAJk ..r paag
llio Tailor 1 'ryli!r; t." Ar'lrf.vj
Jrr.1M,n ! TABLE DECORATED tOR INDEPENDENCE DAY
"I'm i f. iltlon.il i- .rr. t.'l. r." l'!iis-H
K"T1 ''p f T t r " c v-r V''W l! :lt ti,e I ' ''.vt-rs ttmt t- n:t e ( toothsome awfftte Thre are murler- " ""
r:::r'", J " " '" :J::rnZ Can Make Money From Canaries
.. ,, i. . . ., ti t r ' Fo'irth It hehonv.-s .vr Knod Amen- There is a noisy looking lm .-ariinni. 'ili:N canary breeding Is once em- I the hen anil evidently sinstntr with a! The eork shares the responsibilities
Vl: ' ,'rr ' , ,. I '-Jin to tiii.l-.e Lis Fourth us !. nous aa t!:er are drii!ii.; th.-.e are skyrockets harkeil ti!"u it proves itself a I view to shoilnrf off Ins ci...rins the j of the h.. . ),.. hi ait.l will often sit on
"" " '"' ' .' t','rl" ' pos-i I : us r in...'.l. r I ar.-l 1 ;nbs atnl t .rpe.lo. s ami not a J ,no;,t fa ni,u,lr aIl,i ,.e rowing hub- I can s;.f.-ly be put into inL- sa ne the cgs u ;.il,- l lie hen is ..If f . .iitii;
''l.'.'-Tre ,'-'l '1,'u- .."'1 I -'"r """ 1 """" ' h.,w-!,,,.u:.r .,.n,e of Pw.ler. if S-.u Me,se., vU)h lhu adVitt.lt.e o uUo u..1Ilg!. When th.y are haW.i!y s. : l.-l The f,.,i of the y..u..S canan. ,..-
' ' 1 ' ever th. re ,re j,nv t,..t. l-.-r i f ear ! in the lot tmtliina but ii.nn' i iit lion- . in tlieir ne-.v quarters the pair u Hi s um sists of the y,.k l a hanl boned -vgK I
-" " I ,.!tm.. f....r tl. is tl-ev look .-.-.r i.oi..-. siufil ali.ion.is or n.s or ti:e ' - . . .
!' M.-a f"r ' .", !""'s l;;,,,, ,f ,.. ,av he alio. 1 that , s, ... e ,ea ly to . i tl.. m- ,l.,:nt.es on -'th.r a ,loul,Ie or single breedms
' " . , , , "levpressti.n T'-re are k- I v,r F. -art!, of j-,lv .Sinner taole Th. ...
"U ':r I""- ' ,,..,.,. ,.vI..M.,r:s ami1 too. Fn.!- Sao, and V.str.ss "olunihia 1
f.n.r It mill mrni, t,. '"' ' ; t here a re v:, rmis s of 1-t t :. , ra-k- 1 h t.d the I.it.rty l,e!l make attra.tiw The .i.uble case h:-8 the advantage
" i S'!'"' . ' rs ' all fie :iv .i.mn lo th.- tiny lei- i fav..n as w.:i as re. . pta. 1. s for !ain- that iilkn i:-. . -,-.:ry the cock and hen
v...i i.ave a r t...- in. ml nl'i is H x"'"!1(,,vs ,,,,, m l.ure-l'es. M.-s and e.-ts la-tsy It. -ss is a new- r the y,iui. s an easily he sepa-
er. i, , r ti.,. . n A v r it..' I.iti h "'' '' : ;i1m ,..u.h , (;1 ,., j,.st, ,,f U j.j, Kn- ci:er in t'.e way f !.,n.-e favors, and rated by m, i-i-s ..f a shditiK di isioii.
if t-'T. also -rape 1 u't'i ' ;.. " r" 1 . , , w ,i..r , ,,i.,t- of .,:i:e , it her ' th e ni 1 n it ema n cards a re a 1 1 1 a-t i ve The easa.-t .wi v to Mart , ariarv rear-
'"'" :" '" r'v" :' "fl in s 1- bi v a pair of l,;nls from a re-
. ..ut. e,..r-..-.. We have n-tj lialile I'li.iiir Hi the spring, .lust about
" '" v";,r v. . n w ..-.in o.-ar tn.-i j,.. nr)i ,.in tier that of the' Who n-nde ,m. h niaM and a-.l an-I rope
F-..rv at f.rr !. n'. ! ' -If eet..urvj n,K r.rst Atoencan t!.m As' What i.u! Uat hano.-.-i heat.
fr..ri, !... "e rll'.lwi rt tllel "I- f.,r propr. ,le recitation, thev are' In what a f.-r-e and what a i e.t
r.-.olv "i.T "e .I,,,,!,, will he, 1 of course, with l-oiigfil-l ' "' 1 - - t " 1 "e aiah as of tl, y hope
to ni...- '.. f.e.r c, .lire,, "what . ,.,,. tm,ilt,n fr,, "The ' V' ' ," " 'n HJ , .T ' "'
Tt.n' on fv,. n.-e,.. fere shouM ""i11 K ,lf 'h- S,,!" " 'T:, ha. the t!a,,p-.K of the mM
ho .-h no,,.,-. --TS.e s.,r SMrr'M. Tl M" O hi of ta.e! And not a rent e by the k .ie
, . ... .. .-.. I .a, fi,,.,, stf.: u :,,.d te..t! I In p:t. of k ai.,i t--ap. t s ro ,r.
It r,,.r of ......rs... ,.., ,.ra .,, ., . wtth.,;1 : ,... U, a ..... or bar ... I . . . 1 M..- s-a
'" 1 itt-TV of f . v. ,,,,, ,..,,.., ....r hearts. ...:r h..-s. are all w.th thee
old s' irr.rK war sm e ; ,. ... . and ;s : ,, :!v f.,1- I i..r I e.o is. ourhopes.our pi ayers. our tears,
of the north a wi . .1, 1 We kt,.w what , -,ter I... 1 t' v ke.-l. j 'ur faltn triun.phhllt o'er our fe.iis.
I., t Home , to- ', !1 the s'- rv ,.f "Van- ,.,t w..rj.ri;.n w , ,',t tl.y t :!. of steel. Ate all w hh thee, ate all - ith ti.ee.
p.nx dom;nani in
I K there Is any one color that stands
out predominantly in the present
fashions one may venture with no lit
tle assurance to s:ate that It Is pink
in its many chsrniinn phases and its
various tones and us, s It is true that
we iill can't near p:n! e.pially well,
hut perhaps we c:n do as did one at
tractive little blond with light golden
hair and largo blue ces. to whom, of
course, pink was es;eei:il!y becoming.
wore it on a urge niack nat mat
turned hack from her face. The hat
was fuo d with black velvet and wreath
ed with tiny pale pink roses set In a
ruche of black tune, while at each side,
although not opposite, was a four loop
ed how of deep rose pink velvet. Th
effect on the hat was bright and feu-h-
i '.tig the pink lul not come near
enough to the light r.a'.r to clash.
KxiMasive millinerv is not only show
ing th s touch of pink, cerise atid rose,
but stunning dress effects with pink as
a found ition are to be seen A charm
ing costume seen recently was of black
and white voile trimmed with many
nii'l.'s of the vulie. piped witli deep pin's
White serce suits have cufTs and col
lars embroidered in several shades of
pink. Navy blue suits admit of a
touch of cerise, primrose or American
beauty, and (here are manv shades of
brown that are enriched with a touch
of pink in some shade.
breeding Is once em
n it proves itself a
most fa.-i ni.um-; and engrossing hub
by, with thu advantage of also being
lather a double or single breeding
cage is requited m that tile birds may
ha e ph-nty of l . an
The double cage Ik's the advantage
that n li,n I,-, . -.-.ay the c.u k and hen
or the youi.g o.,, s , an easily he s, -palate,
hy emails of a sliding division.
The easa .-i ,ui( to Mart unary rear
ing 's !' b. y a pair of birds from a re
liable l.i...!.r in the. spring, .lust about
When tin- lords arrive do not put
them together at once, but stand the
cages side I v side s i that the pair can i to seven, but
make friends with each ,itl r through ! number
the wires. This precaution will avoid j The new family
the risk of fi:-i,tir.g appearance un.il
s soon as the cock Is Feen feeding ! the eggs are laid.
the hen and evidently sim
view to showing off his
two can safely be put ini
cage. Winn th.y are ha
in their new quarters the pair uili soon
start looking about far a "home "
They mmt then lie given a supply of
nest building materials, such us dry
moss, light hay and cow hair. These
can all be bought at a torn or seed
dealer's In the form of what is termed
a "nest bag."
The anxiety then follows as to when
the first egg will be laid, as some liirds
build a much bigger n.-st than others,
who only start Just before .h.y are
about to lay the tirst , ng
The number of eggs in it clutch, to j toll
use the technical term, varies from two A
food of the
SIMS of the yolk
Well IIIIV, .1 With
When they are about tlve days old
add a little soaked rape seed As long
as Un ir parents treat them kindly the
young canaries can be left in th,. same
cage until they are feeding well on
can irv seed and able lo take care of
'1 he hath Is a luxury which all birds
thoroughly appreciate, and the canary
is . lie ot Hie most fastidious over ills
good young canary will easily sell
Cure For Freckles
AT this season of the year, wrier
freckle lotions and face bleaches
are hrought to the rescue of the wind
burned or sun freckled face, massage
is particularly important. In order to
eliminate the danger of spollln the
freshness and texture of the skin by
the use of severe bleaches and astrin
gents It Is better to have recourse as
far as possible to the vepretable- reme
dies, such as lemon Juice, cucumber
milk and buttermilk. The results may
not be so speedy In ahowinsf them
selves, but they are certain to come In
the end and to bring with them Im
proved conditions of the entire com
plexion. On the pr'nclplo that an ounce of
prevention Is worth a pound of cure
the girl who has a skin that Is suscep
tible to the ravages of wind and sun
should begin her war against facial
blemishes before the elements have ha. 1
an opportunity to net In their Una
A little lemon Julc upon retlrlnc at
night, a good facial bath In buttermilk
allowed to remain on for at least ten
minutes, the Inner rind of a cucumber
rubbed over the face at least once a
day these are the weapons with which
a girl who freckles or tans easily Is
fighting off her enemies ao that sha
may be viewed with envy by her less
fortunate sisters when the dog days
ar here and lingerie frocks come to
abide wth OS.
for $'J in or more when he Is lust com-
I ing on to sing Canary, hemp, rape
their seed ani fresh green food constitute
utter the staple articles of diet tor full
RUSTIC BOWERS MAY BE BOUGHT IN THE SHOPS
Slew but Sire lc Cream.
IK you ( pe, t to I.. iv. g d ! ' ere.
make ui. .r i, .1
Ingredients Mini to .
Your plain c.eaai f.
f.ctly fresh To run
art 1 a e n ; f ul of . .w 1
well and p.eir 'n'.. f
fre. n t ' o aid he on v
pai k : l.g l.s, f '.r t :
i.,:t and let the n u:
1'ri .llll beg in. t . fia,
the cn At t! :s p."
little nt a time. ta::
O'lar.'ity Turn the
the first eight mm
unMl tiie cr..,-i! Is t
almost f.'!s the fre.
beater, f ,o k CI eaui
I. ..I t in g
jij a, t , f ream
v dered -;gar. mix
re f'. ar The
v i. . f ' .. ! W I. en
OS a S 111 h li e US
are ft..nd 1,1,! .1 the
, to the Sales of
nt n LI favorfi.g a
t.g to get the right
rt .ink slowly for
: s. t!.,n ra ; idly
. ni.d .-i ,th and
, r I one .ve the
ih wn smooth and
I .'. an 1 pack
t..,, of the fr,
w r n a n old
HTi-l set f.e
off the water from the
w ith tait and ice to the
7., r over the fr , .er
blanket or piece of carpet
cream away to ripen In a
APRON f OR PARLOR MAID
cool place for about three hours
I'eel a c I sa-, d , gg hint, cut It into
sin es ,,f a quarter ,,f an in. h I east
with s.dt and pepper, dip in he., ten egg.
roll In breadcrumbs and saule in very
hot fat. When they are brown on one
side turn and brown on the other side.
Irv on brow n ap. r Kirpi hint may
be fr, 1 m deep fat provide,! the s.11, es
are cut thin, then into halves an J wed
covered w ith 'g and breadcrumb.
10 ARRANGE J LOWERS
I.'VF.KY woman probably thinks she
, ,an arrange tlowers t.eaut, fully
but unfortunately this thinking so does
i not always turn out an artistuaiiy dis
' posed floral scheme
J 'n spite of the ivrv pool influence of
, ur .la; ar.ese friends, the g. ne'a1 ni.s-
' '.ike IS to over. Tow d tl e re, e I o 'a s II
which the flowers are placed or to ml'.
. to., many colors md kinds and so hi I,
'he varving beauty of each.
A k.hl.t n g .r.'i-n t .,.;. pp t in a brown
i ? A
Vv... X j
rOTTFD SW1.-S AKRON.
TUCH prettier aprons are worn by
l.irK.r nial-1 and waitress than
tied to be the rule This apron of f.r.e
dotted Swiss Uh tv.ir. ls of embroidery
and wide, hemmed strings at the back
l r- th coiuetth and correct over a
t ,. k n-.ohair gown donned in the aXt-
Porch Refreshment. j
For the hostess who serves Ice cream J
for her porch parties or summer card ,
games the following variation will be i
found less familiar to her guests
Plain vanilla or almond ice with the i
addition of chopped marshmallows or
chopj ed nuts of some sort with or
without the addition of candied fruit.
Crystallized ginger chopped rather
small is often ued In plain vanilla Ice
cream with decided advantage, or it it
go, id ill ginger U e.
Cherry Brown Eetty.
In a buttered quart pu ldir.g dish,
says '"Jood Housekeeping, arrange al
t, mate layers of stoned cherries anil
hr, a lcruml s season. ng each layer
wi'h bits i f butter, a tat lespoor.f ul f
sugar nr. l a I inch each of cinnamon
and nutmepr When the dish is filled
.old a ;rup made from a tablespoonf ul
,.f water and two of sugar, cover the
tcp with crun.l ! and after placing the
itsh m a pan of ".oiling water cook f,T
about an hour in a moderate oven.
,rve with hard sauce
Cut two stalks of celery Into small
i ie , s and ch op fine parsley enough to
make one-half of a teaspoor.fuL Re
move the skins and bones from a small
b.x if sardines, th.n break the fish
into small j n c.s I.'ghtly t sg the cel
ery, parsley and fish together and let
them get very cold before serving. If
the oil in the can ts of good quality mix
with the mayor.ni.se dressing before It f quilL
serving the salad, wh.Kh should be
jug r cfrua mug I as a certain
charm of us own, hut m ordinary sur
roundings it w ill l.c found tli.it the 1,,-st
results tire ob'a.tad by arrancini
t'.owers In separate vasts with the.r
own f ilage.
Take carnations, for Instance When
do they look so well as wlap placed
sparingly in a slim as.- with some of
their own gray green f,,ii.,0' .' And ..
'here art iloths even today who wii,
uiganze these exquisite flow-erg l-.
stripping away their own beautiful
leaves and surrounding them with
I n ae'.enr.n ir t. rn
Mow Is are deligt.tf il resting places
i for ros, s. and one of brown earth, n
i ware tilled with pale creamy roses is a
j joy to be!'... Id
In a small glass a single perfect
bloom or. at most, two are nuite enough,
especially where roses are concerned
iome flow ers sw eet 1 eas. f..r example
are equally lovely in masses or ar
ranged in twos or threes in silver vases
for the dinner table.
If you truly love flowers you will
take each one up gently and place it
where it is to go and so nr.. or.s' iously
. ju.-t what must be d. re to prvduce
:he na st artistic efTei t. for no one who
.iit.-n.pts to stuff in a whole h,ii, iful of
stems at the same time wl.i ever ar
range flowers beaut'.fu.ly.
The lengths cf soft lead which nay
be made to hold upright the stems of
i,eay now ers sucn as iris, even in a
bowl, are useful, but wire gratings are
deplorable yuite the best device for
big bowls is a disk of glass in which
are many hoUs
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,J,IIIC girl who goes on summer visit
with little baggage and s smalt
purse often lnds herself feeling very
soiled an. crumpled before many days
are fivr. Especially Is this the case
when the holiday takes the form .if a
little tour abroad. It Is difficult and
expensive to get washing done, and
much baggage Is out of the question,
vet the strenuous round of sightsee
ing has Ms effect on one's clothes. an1
the fact of being among strangers does
not In the least make la-k of dainti
ness excusable or more e.-isl'y endured.
A great fr'cnd nt thse time Is a
spirit Iron. t cost, several dollars,
may seem a cotislderpble item In the
outfit, but will soon be repaid In com
fort, and there will be no Vmptatton
to rush i"t nm1 buy (often quite un
suitable) Mouses or scarfs to substi
tute for the original crumpled supply.
A muslin Mouse, a Jabot or a few fine
handkerehiefs -ire easily washed out In
one's f,v n room.
A bottle ,,f soap 1-lly en another o
gum water should be brought from
home Th's 4- mad,- Sy dissolving gum
arable crystals two ounces lo a pint
in Lot water. It se-ves Instead of
j star, h for the iiiiinhn tnl'ikrs, and. be
i sides can be used to freshen up chif
fon an,' gauze scarf"" an ' veils.
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Summer 3cauty Hints
rrt keep hair In url anil at the name
li. i.3 no ii. lii is . , i i 1 1 . K , ll',
to the etit'.e .oil'ure dampen It wlt.1
lioiogn, water before w'nding It on th
iron la ave the hair on the Iron until
i ,t Is oai'v vlrv Avoid a-iy -urliog Hold
' onta ir.ir.g ;utn arable, .m it l.-aves ai
j white p.e.d,-r when dry. arid this dulls
and , I, miens the sh'-'-n of tin- hair
S, rini Is the most sanitary material
for face cloths. This ,loth la porous
and tree from lint, allowing a fre,? cir
culation of air )' ills .-, , nit of qui, k
and effective writhing tfa) drying. SO
that it i iic be .'leaned afier every faie
I', rfa-ned Mt-ip. ,-xc, j Vf .he most
d .i.ate odor In no longer u-d by the
v-.o-ia-i of iioned tastes Tb odor -f
a hcivby ta-rf ,i,r,..d s;,,p 1h a, rid and
j,, im !r I'ei. ,oTnp. teiv effijcirig anv
PRETTY SUMMER MOUSE FOR YOUR GARDEN.
.pilE pretty rustle bowers, fences and gates which are to t.e seen in s. :
w Inch make t! e beaut if ul surroundings r.f the millionaire's summer ho i, -the
trees and timber of tne nearby woo ls. t,ut are parch. i.-. ,: in m... t c ,.- , fr.
which cater to every want and need. The gate ani posts illustrate J may he Oo,
any fasii lona hie summer r.sor's ar.1
aii mole i.,-,iiiii i; n ,t na it of
a cne , f tie I, age le pa r I : r, I !-!. . a
ght ti tie f ot t.Ii-1 art al.idliHi
HOW TO MAKE SANDWICHES
Open Air Frocks
i t. or two very sn-.art open
that the time of the year has j
iv ed to hie to the woods and go,
a-picna k ir.g
from drying out. The sandw ico. a can
thus be prepared hours before u-.r.g
Sandwich til lines may be r..
j rr,-am er..-.-'
I- ren h dr.
A Possible Case
ln Jon,-s My dear, dead first hus
band never complained of my cooking.
Mr. Jones thtr second venture) Per
haps that's w hy be s your clear, dead
d wn our backs and caterpo.ars up our
sleeves a few re'i;e3 for sandwiches
may ra t come amis
a'.r Me sure to cut the bread thin and
frocks will be worn Soon, particu- have a fine grained loaf Nothing is
larly a cat and skirt cf linen, ar- so ur.ap; etiz.i.g aa a thick, cumsily
ranged in cream and saxe blue stripes.' made sandwich.
with a deep purple straw hat and a I The hotter must he sft not melted.
Very smart also ts a white This expedites spreading and d.,es no:
cashmere opening at the neck. with, a : break the thin breal be careful in
short turndow n collar of crtpe meteor ' spreading that the trea 1 is buttered
snrt fastening with buttons covered; on opi-osite sides of alternate slices or
with crape It has pockets at the trie I they will not fit
buttoned in the same manner, and ts j Butter both slices of r.read. hut put
finished with a white patent leather, the filling on one slice only Press on
belt and a white hat. I the top siic and cut the crust with a
A very pretty Ingenue g-nwn tn peri-i sham knife Put neatlv on a r latter
.winkle silk has the old fishioned and cover until reaJy to use with a
, (Jretiia way double frUi at tr.e teia. , damp napkin. Th. ke;s u.e Lread
'hir.g of Pugs ! classified as sweet, meat and f .ta y
The following are a fr t,ir M.i:.;-.s ,.f
each grade: Spread slices thin
brown bread with grapefruit manna - i
lade, through which la .hot ped candied :
ginger. Another good s veet mixture i '
pineapple preserves n.ned witn far,
riied cherries Kqualiy dKiojS are
bar le due and cream cheese or grared
maple sugar and chopped Mac wal
nuts. Never use s.ics of meat tn a d alr.tv
sandwich Put tne rr.,.,t through a hr.e
chof per until it is almost a p.-te Coll
Chicken, duck, ham and lamb make
simple and delicious fillings when well
seasoned with salt, pe; per and a dash
of cavenne. then moistened wi'n rah
cream until the mixture spreal.- easily
l--1 f .1
a, a vi.tii.
1- from tn
1 i 1 .'lit un
,r. 1 sn nr.-
crisp lijuii cut in sa
r good t
I th'. k ,.
r ,gt ,n e fro
het l'e i
'an and a
,;,..'. as an
hat. Is have
rn ' he je e-it b',t t !
I ore K',ap devoid
v v on r f avorite
ii 'ring. r;t aft-r h
h- r. bathed
Pastime For Small
j, 11.1. a large pan a t
;ritar,: e -witri war.
atloat a host ot tiny boa
w a :
Cut the bo : v rf
f ,.-ifr g ar d
the t.'.nt fr.
r : r.-y pa per sa i
I gs II.
Now Secure Sn
can phnr tout t,
dr'.;, trcrr. arr.or.
w Ill tlli the fe.ili
e I : ' t : e p j r.
i i.h'.i ri to
I.e.. ,,f a i
Of th- ,o.:
good fancy fi.lir. u u.auti Iiuiu , l.'.e itiiu.c i-d Ja,i, mo.i:..
C,e present fa"bn Is Idea) is
. erdo i of te famous r.,,rtralt
n:o ,e i;, .l;,niara eiv-n In up
n w o.oan s dr-s Tv " .r.ht.le
' PriLTir v u ,u ns ar-d orhMr
f " ..,yt f.-w years ar" all.
Cr 'it-guisr-e j r.y ong sna I ,t y of
n i 't im d'!he,iit to make a
'ft', on t'.e whole h" prefers
'i- in vogue ir, par.s
i"i'b." sa vs f.a 'landara.
liies have made f ir. f It and
iri' ha"e dealt -vnh It freely,
is.af, women hav ar, a lvantaice
o .-r their d-rde-g for thev make
n.'f'U of art of ttieir toil. 's
"Tne prei.-nt fashion." he s'ivs In
c ra I sion a ( 'ararier of fine
ig.nabt v ex , re.ed in sola r and sim
ple beauty M d s r-- -o e,ark an
; h it is o rar, ;;y planned to
of gurr, ; hi ow off feminine beauty, ari l it wed.,
m and , with h soreness and at the same
p j time (lis, r.-tn,ri the line" of the female
wMee jorm fat it w-,l rernr-lri I arr sure,
setting one of the happiest efurts of la c&iUe
1 ol ill tune."
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