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Ut. Choice, indies, fryafrnn
rockli, tAffetas, tres bouffant, or'
opgng. crepe suggesting Greek drap
I Madame Fashion * graciously
lies on both.
T. o the feinihine mind Springtime
crisp taffeta belong together. Here
JW, of joyful news, navy blue is
- estored to '&arer. This word comes
dire(ct from Parlk..Those who keepT
cunmt say that black',Spavy and brown
are selling best in taffefiiM. Brown is
a very great favorite from Nark to the
light tortoise shades of recelit appear
ane. Visualize, if you please, 'a brown
tulfeta frock, worn with one of the
Two Pretty Mot
i vbrown malinei hants. Two-tone
a0 re thle very la1test aInd] in Con-.
<ce most of thle 81ilk departments
- -ajtuiring changeable taIffeta, for
4snecial point In favor of taf
rig,122 ites rofo
ue uchbelvedswo retty faboc
tiaty theovery ltest marlelain (and1
* o cwos of th esile maertnsr
nmrked wih imnct. f rntet
h4 srpriinly gayn cnlor ofse this.
hvorte sade forthe rep o ch
t, fily thel darkr amouch of fne
nd: 1 bon are eneedwr wt tohe
esecat.y Awhets mlaesin fo
.rc emboied at the fle moel
If your ihiported blouse came from
London, perhaps the exquisite Ir.
descent shell embiroidery wifli Its In.
termingling of chenille and silver, was
done by-masculine-hands, for it is said
that the service *ague of that city
I'as arranged to provide work of this
sort for convalescent soldier lads.
The separate blouse Is of renewed
interest with the incoming ?f the wide
spread vogue for suits.
No more decorative trimming has
been devised than spagkling beads.
This season, the favorite bead reflects
the opalescent color of the moon ; the
French refer to-this lovely effect as
els for Afternoin.
"claire de lune." The blouse shown at
the left is In the modish almond
green so greatly exploited this season
and it Is done in little shells in mother
of pearl tones, with silver threads.
Iridescent heads, the kind that
.shade from blue to green and bronze
are used on the handsome black
blouse as here illustrated. Anyone
making this model at home, finds it
economical as to the amount of ma
terial required, as the sleeves are of
georgette with the over portion made
of crepe satin).
Great stress is laill on tiny Roman
gold beads. A hlige georgette trellised
all-over with a senttering pattern of
leaves, flowers andl vines, done In
these wee gold beadls, msikes a hand.
some suit blouse.
Quite a new idea11 is to embroider or
headl a sIngle large motif, consisting
of a hunge flower and1( its foliage, to the
left front of the bilouse, giving the
effect of' a girdle ornnmentation.
WVool yarn emiii'dery whuIle not new~
In Itself,. gainsx novelty through uin
usual appliention. F~or instance the
latest ideni is for lirge conspicuous
flowers (lone ini 1r '(led emblroidlery
and placed ait aniy Vantage point on
the bodlice or blouse.
WIHT ST V5TSM NEUANtA iOOna
mpBLADINE I =Md
Copy'riht;, 1922, .Weistern Newspaper U0101
To be bigger than circumstance;,
that's the acid test of character.-Hon
, EASTER DISHES
At Easter-time 'many housewive
prepare the tite honored dishes suel
of a Cupful o
milk, add on
- yeast enk4
brol(en in bits
mix well and adt
a cuMIful of scalded an(] cooled milk
Stir in two ctlpfuls of flour, beat wel
and set awly in a warmtt pliace untit
light. Add the yolks of two eggs, littli
Ia teaISpoonfii of salt, half a teaspoon
ful of sugar, one-fourth of a cuufuil o
melted butter and flour enoilgh to
make a dough to be kneaded. Kneat
until smooth. Cover and set r.side tt
become light. Shape in mal balls
cover oil a board tinfil doVable It
bulk. Take a ail, press a cavit)
with the thumb afid set into this hal
a teaspoonful of jelly ; work the dougl
Over the openltag to *nclose the Jell3
and -have it just under the top crust
The roll should ie shaped like an egg
let rise to (10ilile its bulk. 3al(
about twenty ilnites in a hot oven
Bavarian Easter Cake.-Crnan ont
cupful of butter Witi one and one-hall
cupfuls of sugar ; add the olks o:
sevet eggs, beaten until lemon colore(
and thick, ailteriately with tnree t<
.thrive and one-half cupfuls of flour
stirring and beating well. Beat in the
stiflly beaten whites of five eggs an(
one-hialf podt of Smulitaa raisins
Grease one or more deep layer enk
lattes, spread them with the batter
which should lbe about n in ltch t hick
dot over the top with sinall (omitlt0
White and Gold Bavarolse.-Sonil
three-quarters of a plackaage of gela
tin lit One cupful of cold water, ad(
three cupfuls of hot milk, adid two
culpfuals of sugar tmixed with th1
grated yellow rind of two lemons
then stir lin the yolks of four eggs
beaten stiff and stirred into one 1in1
of creuam. Mix atll Well atd let stani
until cool. Beat with i large Dove1
egg heater until the whole is Ilk
yellow cream. A drop or two 01
saffron tied lit it cloth, (ipped in ho
water and squeezed from the clotl
will deepen the tint if desired. Poul
into a ring mold and when serve,
fill the center with whipped cream.
"I can teach sugar to slip down your
throat a thousand ways."
A FEW DESSERTS
Do you enjoy the old fashioned Co
tage pudding, as many do? This Is
good one: Take
one ~cupful <
slgar, one wel
beaten egg, a 11
tle salt and
d ~ gating of nu:
cupful of muik wiith flour to make
soft cake batter-abouat one and 0on4
half cupful s-andl one t eatspoonfual c
baking piowder. Beat wvell and bake I
a shallowt pan. Cut in squtares 0
ronds and serve wvith:
Vinegar Sauce.-Take one-half cur
ful oif sugar, mtix wvell wvitha a table
spoonful of flour, add1 (one-half cui
fual of boiling water andl cook unit
the flour is wtell c(ooked. Add one
half telSpooanfut oif gaated a utiep
two tabllespaoonfuhs of viniegar an<
one tabllespoontful of butter. Serv
both enke andl sauce hot.
Pear and Jam Dessert.-Cut smal
circles fromn stale sponge ciake. P~ou
over some of the syrup from a cni
of pears, arrange haltves of Penars o
the cake, sprinkle with t a bait of grate<
lemon rindh and cover withI ratspherr,
jama atnd stick thickly with bla.nache
tandi (quarter-ed talmonds whieh ha'
becen slightly toasted in salted bttea
Serve with a syruap, usling the cannilel
pear juice ; slightly t hickeni, atndl lavo
with gaated lemona- rid.
Cake Crumb and Cocoa Pudding.
Take a wvell buttered hakIng dIsh an:
Cover thec hottomn ith a c-upfual o
cake crumbs, spritnkle withI cocoa an<
sugar with a gratlig of nutmaeg; r
peat until the (dish is tnearly futil, thei
pour over cutpful of mtilk and tw<
wveil-beaten eggs, adding a pinch a
salt. Place in the oven and bake un
Cranberry Punch.-Take onte-fourt1
of a cupful of seeded raisins, covel
with two cupfuls of boiling water anm
simmer one-half houar. Wash thre<
cupfuls of cranberrles-nnd add to fth
drained raisin liquor ; b)0ll tean milnutes
force through -a sieve. Add one0 amf
one-half cupfuls of suagar, flaree
tablespoonfuls of lemon juice and
pinch of salt. Freeze to a mush.
Orange Pie.-Blake a richa pnstr,
shell. Cool and fill with oranges tha
have been sliced and allowed to sftnt
covered with sugar. heI~ap th4
sugared fruit into the shell top witi
whIpped cr-eam and serve. Ori
mneringue cooked in hot wtater- mn.1
lae heaped over the top.
Rhubarb Pudding.--Spad lrt-c
it h buftter on boith sides, cuat In smalt
sizedl pieces, arratnge ha a buatteret
hiakuing -dish, add a cuapful of' 'icei
fresh rhubarb and Ruagar to sweet(':
Add a smtali amount of water am11
bake until the mixture Is well cooked
Serve with a knrd sauce
Gude's Pepto-Mangan -is the
Best Tonic for Nervous,
Is your wife "all tired out" and
cross and irritable much of the time?
Do the children "bother her to death"
every day, and do tie ordinary house
hold tasks that sie-fornerly per
formed with ease seem now to overtax
her? In other words, do you often
come home to a house of trouble in
stead of a house of joy and happiness?
If your answer is "yes" to these
pointed (iuestonis, don't blamme your
wifeeumtil she has taken Gude's l'epto
Manlgan with her imeals for a few
weeks. She is simly run-lown- amd
nervous niid nleeds the kind of iron
that she will get in Gude's Pepto
Mangan to give her more vitality anl
strength. For thirty years doetors have
reconmended (1Gude's I 'ept o-Altigan
as a first-class building-up tonic. Sold
by your druggist in both liquid and
Men like to lie hlugied lit for tirl
wit, but niot for their folly.
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Even at sick chilid loves the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig-Syrup." if the
little tongue is coated, or If your child
is listless., cross, feverish, full of cold,
or has colic, give a teaspoonful to
cleanse the liver and bowels. in a few
iours you can see for yourself how
I thiorougily it works tll the constipa
tion poison, sour hile aind waste out of
the bowels, and you have a well, play
ful child agaii.
Millions of mothers keep "California
Fig Syrup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today sivesi a sick child to
morrow. Ask your. druggist for genu
Ine "California Fig Syrup" which lis
directions for hables and children of
all ages printed on bottle. Mofher !
You mnust say "Californin" or you may
t get an imitation tig syrup.-Advertise
I If we count a hundred when angr
it may save us4 a thra1h1iing.
A Feeling of Securit)
You naturally feel secure when yoi
t- know that the medicine you are about t<
a take is absolutely pure and contains n<
a harmful or habit producing drugs.
if Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp,
-, Root, kidney, liver and bladder remedy,
, The same standard of purity, strength
. and excellence is maintained in every
t- bottle of Swamp-Root.
a It is scientifically compounded froms
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
S It is not recommended for everything.
It Is nature's great !dper in relieving
fand overcoming kidney, liver and blad
r A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmner's Swainp
.If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On sale at all drug stores
in bottles of two sizes, 'nedium an'd large.
However, if you wish first to try this
p reat preparation send ten cents to D)r.
Kilmer & Co., Ringhamton. N. Y., for
Isample bottle. When w'ritine he sure and
e mention this paper.-Advertisement.
I A gre(at muany~ mueni owe their stuet
r cess to the fallur'e of others.
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honeet
r beliefthat the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of fimer
quality (and hence of bet ter
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Littett & A1~'r, Tob~aue Ce.
Printed in Red on Every Pa
Instead of Kalsomi
Because only genuine Alabastine will give
colors, which add so much to the beauty
Good decorators use Alabastine. Nearly
Ask your dealer ci decorator to show y<
Opaline Process - the newest and most
. "rand Rap
So Different From Her Own'.
"( do eljoy tios ims wi .14thhibiren
in 'eirn," r'eiaIIirked a it Iriied-(ooking Ii ilt Ie
W0oman1. "Whenl fIe chihireni rompli
IIroind oin Ihe sereen tiIhey don't innke
a1 par tile of nise."
Watch Cuticura Improve Your Skin.
On rising and retiring gently smeir !
the fnee with Cutieurn Ointment.
Wasrh off Ontment iII five minuttites
With Cuticurn soap and hot water. It
Is wonderful What Cutileurit will do
for poor complexions, (indrutff, itching
and red rough linds.-Advertisement.
That's the Kind.
,lones--"Slimmuoins seelms to have it
Very netive b' ranlomes-"Ah, yes;
hut Is it retrontetIve'?"
No work ti
- rough for c
/ All Overalls,
-made of this
N . ter and keep
-See that you
trade mark sta
C IGA R
of Turkish& and Domes
ine or Wall Paper
you those soft delicate, artisic Alabastine
of ya= hoine.
all stores selling paints carry it in stock.
>u samples and explain the Alabastine:
beautiful method of interior decoration.
Where Texas Draws the Line.
l'4'rsonall. I YWO chain thatt womnen
have ight to SInke If Ity wattt to,
but1 we wOtiel hte1 t Io see It houswwIfe
Ma11khtg pivs with a pipIe hll her luotlith.
ORLt (~ION ( )ON'It.'TIT-1) FIAVO-01
UN(GS. 14,111d 2r.' foer tenen jet.. full #4tr., Altid
t'ttitet xl it 'i nitor.' thu 'iii , to i r
anien Toret iA Sthles. VS C. NIttI'.o f1-411, $rl. to
$6 a cxv. -rhe (1r-1n Co.. Heidt-lle'. N 0.
BR de11 uung Mven lio L.earn
Wanedte BARBER TRADE
Best college in the South. Write
Charlott lierl"-- Cnso. atte, N.C.
FREEt ''e Y.Fl. litri-6,liI e
N. N. U., CH-AR LOTTE, NO. 13--1922.
krt you farmers do is too
lothes made out of Stifel's
Jumpers and Work Clothes
cloth last longer, wash bet.
ret it. Look for this boot shaped
mped on the back of the cloth.
rents sold byg dealers ev'eryw'here
re maskers of the cloth only.
.J. L. STIFEL & SONS
Inadigo Dyers and Printers
Wheeling. W. Va.
280 Church pt.. New York, N. Y.