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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Why New Yorkers Are "Wild" By Helen Rowland wanton, wasteful, hail, glad New York" for fif n "sweet, noble, quiet. I live in New York. I have lived In "wicked, teen years! But I give you my word of honor I should still be Unsophisticated sort of person,'' (The kind my mother called a "perfect lady.") 1 If It weren't for the temptations that come from Podunk! Yes, and from Philadelphia, and Buffalo, and Boston, and everywhere— except New York. Temptations? Y'es, and visitations! You know what 1 mean. Just as you are sitting down to luncheon after a morning's work, One of them rings you on the telephone and says jovially: "Hello! Can't guess who this is—can you? Well, it's John! Yes, li'l Johnny Jones from hack home.' We're stopping at the Oiltmore for a few days. Of course, we'd LOVE to dine with you!" And you know what THAT means! Y'ou know that if you dared offer them a luscious home-cooked meal in your quiet, respectable, comfortable apartment. They simply wouldn't understand you. And if you took them downtown to your favorite little restaurant on lower Fifth Avenue, 4 Where there is no cabaret, or dancing, or jazz band, ^ Or Invited in a few of your ijlce, chummy, congenial friends to meet them. They would feel terribly hurt, and blue, and disappointed. And would sit around and yawn, and act as though you were trying to keep something from them. And wonder when the PARTY' was going to begin! And so—you fall! Y'ou struggle into your most conspicuous and extremciy-cut evening gown, and dab on a little extra ''girlish color," And telephone for a "honk-honk.'' And flivver downtown to a gilded nightmare, and lead them to a table near a terrible Jazz band. And order lobster and terrapin and champagne as though you never ate anything else. And get up and try to dance around like a Broadway soubrette. And pretend to join in the chorus of all the newest, naughty songs. And say "Ha-ha" to all the antique jokes and canned wit, And try to keep from rubbing jour eyes or falling asleep. And, after awhile your old schoolmate Johnny grows mellow and senti mental and tries to hold your hand, And expects you to introduce him to the little blond caburet dancer. And acts hurt when she refuses to flirt with him. And Mrs. Johnny can't uliderstand "why you don't know everybody on Broadway. Y'ou've lived here so long!" And you go on to a midnight show—and honk-honk home at 2 a. m. with your eyes aching and your head splitting, and your ideas all mussed up, and Johnny singing, "The wild, wild women." And the thought of tomorrow mornln's work looming black before you— And Mr. and Mrs. Johnny go "back home" and tell all the neighbors, and the deacons, and the ministers, and everybody. That they wouldn't "live your LIFB for anything on earth!" "New York is such a WICKED place!" But then, The average New Y'orker would never "see life," nor find out anything About the pitfalls of his own town If it weren't for the Johnny Joneses from "back home," Who come and drag him out of ids quiet lair. And INSIST on his being "wicked!" ^ The wild, wild thing! Substitutes Peas, Beans, Peanuts, Ce reals for Meats. These are cheaper than meats and good. They should be used, but eat some milk or cheese besides. Kidney Bean Stew. IV* cups dried or other beans. 2 cups canned tomatoes. *4 cup rice. 2 tablespoons flour. 1 onion. 1 tablespoon salt. Wash the beans, put'in covered ket tle and soak over night in two quarts of cold water. Cook the beans slowly In the water In which they soaked. If necessary, add more water to cover and continue cooking until they are nearly tender, \ usually about two hours. Wash the rice, cut up the onion and add with the tomatoes to the beans. Cook until rice is tender—about 30 minutes. Mix the flour with a little cold water and stir in carefully to thicken. A small piece of salt pork cut up in cubes and added to the beans at the beginning of the cooking gives a pleasant flavor to the dish. This stew will make a whole meal in Itself, with bread and butter and fruit for dessert, to serve five or six people. Pea Souffle. 4 tablespoons flour. 4 tablespoons fat. 1 cup skim milk. 1 cup mashed cooked peas (any kind) 3 eggs. 1 teaspoon salt. •(4 teaspoon pepper. Few drops of onion juice. Make a white sauce from flour, fat and milk, as in preeeding recipe. Mash the cooked peas to a pulp. Beat white and yolks of eggs separately. Mix vegetable pulp, seasonings, sauce and well-beaten yolks. Fold in stiffly beaten whites, put in greased baking dish and bake in slow oven until firm. Lima beans, spilt peas, cowpeas. or fresh or canned green peas may be used. Cheese, Milk, Egge, Meat. These give body-building material In a little better form than the fiant foods do. Creamed Peanuts and Rice. • 1 cup rice (uncooked). 2 cups chopped peanuts. Vi teaspoon paprika. 2 teaspoons salt. White Sauce— 3 tablespoons flour. 3 tablespoons fat. 3 cups milk (whole or skim). Boil rice. Make white sauce by mixing flour in melted fat and mixing with milk. Stir over fire until it •oning with sauce, place in greased soning with souse, place in greased baking dish and bake for 20 minutes. Calcutta Rica. 2 cups rice. 2 cupa tomatoes. V» pound cheese. 1 tablespoon salt. Peppers and celery or onions may be added. If desired. Boll rtee. Mix It with tomatoes, grated cheese and seasonings, and pour into baking dish. Bake half an hour. M Dappers or celery are used, cut up and ball with the rice. All of these four dishes except the pea souffle have as much building ma terial, protein, as a pound and a quar tor of aolid meat The pea scfetfle Germs Because You Can't See Them Don't Ignore 'Em. Because you cannot see the tiny germs that spread disease don't be little their ability to do you harm. Milk produced under sanitary con ditions sometimes contains as many as 5,000,000 to 6, 000,000 or even 10, 000,000 germs per cubic centimeter or about one fourth of •teaspoonful. To say that the tubercle bacillus, for example, is about one-tenthousundth 0 j an j nc h j n diameter does not enable m i n d to fully appreciate its cx tr emely small size. it up The limit of human vision Is about one three-hundredth of an inch, yet the tubercle bacillus must be magnified about 300 times before it becomes vis ible to the human eye. With that magnification it appears to be about the size of a very short hair. If the germs themselves should be placed end to end in rows of about 300 each, it would take 300 such rows placed side by side to cover an area large enough to be visible to the hu man eye. These 300 rows would con tain 90,000 germs. Some germs arc larger than the tubercle bacillus. One of the largest of the disease germs is that of anthrax. It has about the same proportion In size to the germ that causes tubercu losis as a frankfurter has to a lead pencil. Health Questions Asked. Miss C. B. asks: "What causes cold sores ?" Cold sores are due to Infection with cold, the germ that causes pneumonia usually is responsible. OBITUARY FuneraP services for Leslie Lemuel Williams, who died at the age of 18 years in his Missoula home Saturday night, will be held tomorrow at the Marsh chapel on West Cedar street. The body will lie in state at the family home, ill Monroe street, from 4 p, m. today- until l p. m. tomorrow. Rev. J. X. Maclean will officiate at the funeral, which will be held at 3:3') tomorrow afternoon. Interment will be In the Missoula cemetery. The funeral of Alexander Kennedy, agt-d watchman for the A. C. M. com pany at Bonner, will be held this after noon at 2:30 In Odd Fellows' hall. The old man was a pioneer of western Montana and had been In the service of the lumber company for 34 years. furnishes only about half as much pro tein, but is very good instead of meat at a lighter meal. Cheese Is a Fine Meat-Saver. There is a great deal of food in a little piece of it. Don't eat it at the , end of a meal when you have already had enough. You would not tat : piece of meat then. An inch cube the of American cheese contains a third more protein than the same sized piece of lean meat. cheese is excellent food If eaten at the right time. Woman Advocates Equal Pay Policy MRS. HILDA M. RICHARDS. Mrs. Hilda Muhlhauser Richards is chief of the new Woman's division of the l'. S. department of labor, which is to look after the employment of women difMng the war. She stands for the eight-hour day; equal pay for equal work. She opposes exploitation ol women; needless displacing of men it lower wages. WEEK'S AMUSEMENTS and in Today. Empress—William S. Hart in "The .Silent Man." Isos—(). Henry Stories Oeorge Ado Fables. Tuesday. Empress-r-Willlam S. Hart 'The Silent Man." Bijou—"The Royal Romance," with Virginia Pearson. Isis—General program. Wednesday. Empress—Enid Bennett in The Little Brother." Bijou—"The Royal Romance," with Virginia Pearson. Isis—"Blood Will Tell," with William Desmond. Missoula—"Tile Bird of Para dise." Thursday. Empress—Enid Bennett in ' The Little Brother." Bijou—Fox Kiddles In "Aladdin and the Wonderful lamp." Isis—"The Scarlet Car," with Franklyn Farnum. Missoula—Pantages vaudeville. Friday. Empress—Vivian Martin In "The Fair Barbarian." Bijou—Fox Kiddies In "Aladdin ami the Wonderful Lamp." Isis—Charlie Chaplin in "The Cure," and "The Red Ace." Saturday. Empress—Vivian Martin in "The Fair Barbarian." Bijou—»Fox Kiddies in "Aladdin aiid the Wonderful Lamp" and the last, episode of "The Fighting Trail." Isis—Charlie Chaplin In "The Cure." EMBEZZLING CHARGE NOW FACES SOLDIER Man Taken in Los Angeles Accused of Desertion. .hive ever used is as effective ar.d satisfying, t The E.W.fcœe Co.. Cleveland, O. J. Los Angeles, Cal.—Charged with felony, embezzlement, desertion und wearing civilian clothing without au thority, a man giving the name of Wallace Calvin, but whom police offi cers declare is Sortît. Charles J. Wal lace of the One Hundred and Fifty ninth machine gun company, was ar rested by Police Kergenat Hallowell and an operative of the army intelli gence bureau as he was drinking with woman companions in the Rathskeller afe, according to the officers. Wallace Is said to be on furlough from Camp Kearny, but this the offi cers say has been overstayed and the man is now technically a deserter. While he was being booked at the city jail Telephone Operator John Clark recognized the machine in which the prisoner had been riding and which he said was his own as the property of W. H. Cook, 1008 South Olive streft, The police records show that the car was sold on time payments to May Ro chelle some time ago and owing to the fact that It is still unpaid for, is technically the property of Mr. Cook. Miss Rochelle, a friend of Wallaces stated that she gave the car to Wal For Burning Eczema Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied if good clear skin is wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or $1.00 for extra large size, get a bottle of zetho. When applied as directed it effectively removes ecaema, quickly stops itching, and heals skin troubles, also sores, bums, wounds and chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a dean, dependable and inexpensive, ■penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothing you lace to take to a garage, but that she found he had not done so. She then reported the matter to the police and the car. was listed as stolen. Federal officers went to a house on West Forty-seventh street, whose num ber was given them by Wallace, and found a uniform they say belongs to the accused man. In the bat band of the hat was punched the Initials "C. J. W." TAKE UNUSUAL RISK IN SINKING VESSEL Italians Attacking Austrian Ship Show Bravery. Rome, Feb. IT.—Tin admiralty gives the further denils today of a successful raid by three Italian torp. do boats on the night of Februars 11. in the bay of Buccuri, near Flume, where a large Austrian ship was sunk. The torpedo boats worked their waj euutionsh In the fog through the gulf ,,f Qimrnero, past Flume, and through tile canal. Tile first torpedoes fired were warded off by the nets protecting the four ves sels, which were objectives of the Ital ians. but one torpedo boat resolutely approached, notwithstanding the dan ker of its retreat being cut off and fired another torpedo which pierced the net and sank the ship. Lieutenant Commander Rizzo, who was responsible for the destruction of the Austrian battleship Wien which was sunk last December in Triest har bor and Gambrielu d Aiuuinzio, the •t, took part In the rind. A full purse is the best pocket com panion. in on of MISSOULA THEATER ONE NIGHT ONLY Scats Tuesday. Mail Orders Now. Wednesday, February 20 Oliver Morosco Again Presents . The Never-Dying Dramatic Triumph The Bird of FIFTH TIME HERE BETTER THAN EVER Entire New Production SPLENDID CAST PARADISE A PULSATING ROMANCE OF HAWAII By Richard Walton Tully, with Original Hawaiian Singers and Musicians America's Favorite Drama Prices 50c, $1.00, $1.50 Curtain at 8:30 A tip—Get Seats Early—Everybody's Going. Turn Your Gardens Into Dollars Read the New Book MAN and the MOON By Mail 50c Publishing Co. Missoula, Montana Ariel \ Box 700 -V \ i IIow to Make Gardens Grow. How to Raise Better Crops. A book hristling with information about planting crops and gardens, raising chickens, etc., according to the moon's phases and position in the twelve zodiacal signs. Tells the influence of the moon in the earthy, airy, fiery and watery signs and gives sets of tables showing best rimes for planting seeds, etc. Gives advice on harvesting, care of stock ; when to wean the young and set eggs for hatching. Indispensable to the farmer. Invaluable to the gardener. r % Jo I LONDON BECOMING NEAR RAID-PROOF Latest Hun Attempt to Reach • British Metropolis Al most Failure. rb. 17.—German airplanes I/ondon tonight. Several dropped in the London London, 1 again raider bombs wen district. I-ord French, commander of the home forces, reports that the hostile air planes came In over the Thames estu ary after 10 o'clock tonight and pro eeeded toward London. Some bombs have been dropped 111 the capital. ThO raid Is still in progress. London, Feb. 17.— On?, one of the siv German airplanes with ti made an attaek on London last night succeeded in reaching the capita), it is announced officially. This raider dropped one bomb in the southwest district, which caused four casualties. An aerial raid on Dover was repelled by British pilots who engaged the Germans over the Kent roast. One large raider is reported to have crashed Into the sen. That the Germans are finding it more difficult each time they try to mich tbi- capital is Indicated by the fact that only one raider succeeded last night in penetrating the defenses of London and it Is pointed out. that tills experience was not a. pleasant one as lie was forced to drop most of his bombs on the way in to lighten is«",rr„,ri°d a iK t Compared with other raids, this per. ' baps was the mildest yet, although the right *was ideal for flying, there being moonlight and starlight and iittlo wind. Berlin Claims Nothing. Berlin. Fob. 17.—British admiralty per Wireless Press.—Reporting the 0 » NOW PLAYING WILLIAM S. HART IN THE A Typical Hart Picture. This Is Enough To Say About A Picture SILENT MAN CHESTER CONKLIN ETHEL TEARLE IN -•> * ! VT , , "AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK" German air raid last nicht on' the Germât} war office statottont day says: "Our aviators last night attacked' ' wUh bombs, London, Bjover and Dun klrk > (France) as well as'the fighting forces on the north coast of France." NOTICE TEAMSTERS. Teamsters to give smoker Monday evening, February 18, in Eagles' halb —Adv. COMMITTEE.