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WOMAN'S VARIED INTERESTS
CRAVING FOR ADVENTURE un't lnr P001 ^ '^ Only Who Roams Away from Home to Find Romance, and rherefore the \\ ?se Paren! Provides Safe Thrills E ? ? ? ? ? t i 1 *rf'i Ineffective. and i ? Monoti Obnuiioua. -- - ij.li a ttribute .' boj ' de ? ? pro ?-"i to pxpei unine take. ? h to kill lea of ? ? kind iii Reading Important, thing! Hut to be We . ? re tea ? c .p'.or ? ? ? Hi- i ni uro Problema!i< al. iv< pro froi - ? ? ? ?>'1T :1K lip from ? ra'-r;. - ? ? ? The x. me Impulse llores Rich ?nd I'oor. Ad ueving i artistry I luougl1 Basket \\v Scrap qpHl Ri _? ? lileh ni..> follow the ??'? ? malle i' 1 re-tonne ?>? ol ? lold nn.l the mil ? to the b !itj ?? ii . . In ? tin) bundles .. ed hap ition and i he ? ? nbroiderv . Mirror I mine i ? preeiuu? ? ? ? - inyili. ... Mieli netting in I throwr been made into | o- . , I ifhl Shade? nl \i-i ting mi) ul o be adapted for lame ? ? ? , ??-! to iiuainl ? . b lie, ? . ? -tnli-,., . ? ire or Op ' ' ' ? CHESTNUT RECIPES. R1 ? ? ? ? rr< ter are vei Shell and Blanch at Same time. ? . a i ? rh.. ,,.. ?Vu i ? < hestnul I'oree. : ? - Ai|i ? I bi at? ' I??-? ?lied < heatnets. ? 'para ? ? i ?? i besinnt < roquettes. iti tun ? I NEW n je?ly moulds will be almost as scarce as in the ice cream moulds this season, for most ot the better ones are made abroad, ?o that these lew late arrival.; remain the best for some time. Pastry cones of different shapes are very practi? cal to use up bits ot pas;e. They may be filled with fruit, jam, or whipped cream as neeeded for quick desserts. For emergency u:;e the following jelly re ' cipes are good: I. rape Iruit Jellv. To three cups ot grape fruit juice and pulp add two teaspoonfuls lemon juice, half a cup of suga:, one and I a half cups of water, and a heaping tablespoonful of gelatine. lJut .he gelatine and other ingredients into a saucepan, stir over the ?ire uiuil they almost boil, then strain and add two tablespoontuls of sherry wine. Turn into a wet mould, let set and chill. Serve with whipped , sweetened cream. Prune Jellv. Wash the prunes and soak them three hours in j cold water, then put them into a small basin, add hall a cup ot water, cover tightly and steam until soft. Re move the stones and place the prunes in a wet mould Put one heaping table noortiul of gelatine into a sauce pan, add one cup of water, one cup of sugar, one table snoonlul ot lemon juice, juice o? two oranges, and stir over the fire until the gelatine dissolves, then strain over the prunes. Add i cup ol sherry, set away to harden and chill, and .er c with whipped -?veetened cream. ( ucumbei ,lell>. lJut one heaping tablespoon ot ?eiaune int.? a vK.ce pan with one-ha'f cup oi water, tour tablespoon fuls of vinegar, four good sized grated cucumbers, on, teaspoon of onion juice, halt teaspoonful ot salt, ball teaspoonful ol white pepper. Stil over a gentle heat until the gelatine i dissolved; strain and add a few drop- ol green vegetable coloring, set in a cool place lur several hours. Turn carefully out of the mould, cut into lar^e cubes, on white lettuce leaves. Cover with French dressing and serve with the rish course. The jelly is a delicate ?.rccn and quite decorative. SMART TAILORED SUITS h ugh the Long Coat Mare? Generously Below the I lip*, the Closely lit ted Upper Section Emphasizes t lu Simplicity of the Garment. BtNAL t tai loi ma 1 ri , t. Val - upon the ' to empha i ? : ? to cari I '..''or? lo- irate garniel I I end o? iti i* \\ n '.in i \ m '--?,. For the aVhool Girl ? he !? i rocks May Solve the Problem Clothing 1 1er. CHILI) i - ? ? ? large i .. ? I ? Waisl of Plaid Silk. blue | - tiirre. ' by h fli i lor School Wear. * ? ? ? i.re. Serge Overdreaa with i heel.rii >kirt. ? I rials, and a plain ri ? - . deep v.uiTs of wh ? ? . ? to twelve yeara. Prices, $22 50. 1 lelp of \ portant poli l flat, traight and Seissori Rather Than ?Scams Rettaoa?. ???ble for (.?...(i Linas, \ bi lir of li.lrrn r ? ... of back. The ; uppi r d tli? figure ? i ? ? hurply ; from I - the upper ? h .-li, ? '.??.?.?.ii^< of h ciicu! i cut, fell in a rippling i" v A of . smoothly about * ? olute 4 loaed '?it h liirlois?- shrll ItuttOBS. them - ? ? I ,.i l bel ?il Uro? n tur < ollai Uthough ii a cur ? i oal ' lares i r?.?n H ?p?, g tuied I ? PL W \ I.V/J ' Il i i KL'b ni i r -/./,'',/ er ihe . of the dated ? ? , and deeply plei MR. BUDD TO WED MISS FISH Will Ik- Married in Trinity Chapel October 2r?en? gagement of Miss Anna Cronkhite Announced? Daughter Born to Mr. and Mrs. Shallcross. Rudd 'I in I r I ?o rot liy or und Budd, ' - Ward and I ri oom; ' ridc'a : laudet lludd, tlu bi I -.. law. I ' I :.ill Mr. 337 9 .? I ? ? - ? I v .lolph nd. At Newport. - Iteg nald ' ^ ? iber. ? Mi I ???valations M ? ? Ir r?md? r.r' Sunday. Mr?. Shall - - ri red in th? I - '"rittende-i 'o ihr city frofi - Bot< ' '. ? '. 1 ran1' I. Tolk ?v' Mi. - ( ^ aVBfl ?am H. Bradley ha: - ? home at ? Va - iber l". D /laughto' * In the Rerkshir' i U, of Mid ? ? ? ? t I The New Social Dances Of a dashing debutante it waa aaid hist winter: "She is more danced against than dancing." Women everywhere?<uid tlvir men folk?will easily recall jusl auch ? aa ?Ins yeai -< strict code "t so< ial dancing ha> been ?irveloprrl One-step and hesitation are t<> In th? t places have com??hut it's ?ill m Sunday's I ribune. I he Vvoiii.ui s Section gives illustrations <*nd the story in fascinating detail. Lncomlort.ihlr moments will be spared the woman who reads?and re? inem1 Order from Your Newsdealer To-day WOMAN'S PAGE BINDERS. As many of the articles on this page will be continued from day to day, The Tribune, tor the convenience ot those who may wish to preserve the pages, has had made unoriginal and unusual binder. 7 his binder holds sixty single newspaper pages, and will be sold at cost, thirty cents, postage prepaid. Note._On receipt of a self-addressed stamped en? velope The Tribune will furnish the names and addresses of the shops from which the articles described on thi? page are taken. If You Are Shopping II THE TRIBuNE IN FORMATION SERViCE. BEEKMa I Will tell juJ ? If You Are in a Hurry 11, i ? ? I. PHONE US, THE TRIBUNE. Ml ?? - HON SER? VICE, i ? . \ ( t I , ORMA riON SCRVlCL TRIBL "?