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flBMW.s...-t rrjfl ft 1' V't m uiu : i : ' ; '-i ,- - 1 : 1 r; .r ' " " l :.' '' '.' .V JJ'1. :' " ' '- ; ' '' :' ; rr :: . ":"l'J".. ' . '' -ii-ffi . TTTi., , mSERVING FOOD AN AID TO SELF-CONTROL HINTS FOR THE TALKS WING SUGAR IS ONE WAY SEVEN ADDITIONAL PATRIOTIC CHILDREN PRESERVING M m i W . ff M ' rM HOUSEHOLD WITHGimSA i. BH I I I II II II -' ' f lease JeuHbc What to Do mm )F BUILDING UP WILL-POWERl "TWILIGHT SERVICES" V S9, fc IJS Kf i? K- W . -t & 3i.- m:r Mv -S-f SS-V (s. g'5r L k-',t? -: fV( ', i' ,i ,!( Is One Advantage of Being Alive These Days Sweden- 'v'"j&ing Has Been With Us Since JFc Can Remember, but It $I"8. W Has Not Been Used IP HAVE gone on for years think Ihh nit nVinrnnltira ! tirlHc! no ""'. "'."'" " ,'"- ,. ttrenff ns mo iock ot i.inraunr. n im"i taken the sutrar-savlnj? regula Will to show lis Just how weak we rctllv- are. Somehow or other sugar tcViMMM just a little naruer to ne nomc ftfeout' than any other klnil of food. ..7 . - . . . . ... mHl "so easy 10 inKC mo spuumuiu in v'oir coffee. Tlie spoon goes. Into the .'.SeuSar howl. One little awlrf of white fit ' ,poTs into me cup, i r . . . . ; rjS-winen, win i or won i i. taac t ,J&artbUier? I will start saving, Ly u HI.I.UM ...... ...... nn....... rAi. CtTtT' -'iff vThe will has wavered and In goes Kg? ithe. other spoonful or lump. & -XiL ? . . . . . . SlyJ, '7TN A WAY wo snouirl tie giati we are ih'i'.rs'L'ijllvn In this nee. Them in reallv E&t",rid.' satisfaction lll:e the Rroat ratlsfac-iV-.;" tlon' nf bavins- ennnliered self. And rfe ' .nearly every hour In the day war Is Riving us me ciiancc to coiiuuer neu. Takc.the sugar, for Instance. There has been sugar In our lives since tne very tieslntilng of them. And yet, who. tl'l now. exrent those whose rellclon teaches them sacritlce In little things, I hns n-er thnncht to use sweetcnlnc as a builder of character or a strength", !'ener, of the will? ' Alice Kent and the Day's Work The Story of a Business Girl Who Would Not Fail Uy MARTHA KKEUIR (Lopy-ioht. 1V18. hy the Pubho Lrtigri ( omprmut CHAPTRn MX ttTT'S about Helen." Dick began. "We've changed our plans." From the way he spoke I could nee It was a comfort to be able to free his ' mind to somebody : while I In turn was gratified by his Inking me into his con fidence. First of all he wanted my ad vice before broaching matters to his mother: not that he sh-ankfrom telling her anything that could be Kent secret between the two of them, but his pres ent Intentions must be communicated to.the whole family and already I was aware that on occas'ons Richard and hi", father cinched This fact had been brought out at the dinner tsble lh Sun day the son's emrngement to Helen was announced, though the farmer's outburst then was nothing In comparison with what Pick was prepared for now. For he meant to marrv soon. "This l mv affilr. not Pad's, him! nothing he can say acalnst it cuts am Ie with me Hut I Ivtto to make life harder for mother. And" turning to me wnn an anpcanng air. inai ic ju can hln" "Help"' I echoed. "Why all mother cures for Is your happ Ann i"iip iik-'s .t-n. Of course she dors." I" the young! sssKLEft lorA' ' ;: :? "lLi- j.r". V-o. . in ie,.vo homf so oon. w awhile. as left B prlyat wno hAf' showed mi the tlrst clay tli om may n.u -having the nerve to face her. simply sept down word tha it was sll off and Nell needn't wall 1 That's a fine way to do business. Isn't It?" Thereupon, forgettlnc that before him was the faithful Molly Instead of a I resumed my scat and Pick went on' , "Dad seeni3 to tnmi; tnat just oecause I was born and brought up on the farm ' I've got to stick For at least three ' years I've been wanting to try my luck at some k.nd of a job in New York city ' but he alwajs says that if I go I'll land In tb nonrhoure or t.le fail and that he'll see m further before he helps me, out. But I hate forming and vvouldn't , Whv3 sheTh.'n'k 'u'lovX at Twin- Oaks, said I. "For a Visit, vex. the young man ' agreed "It's all right in the summer i time, but that is gone before you know ' Hie. but things haven't turned out , "Hy Joy. n I'll ' marrv i gehstlc services codu,-ted by George pnns to any woman ' under Twenty-rive ar"on;UC '""'--'to o. nine; or. lo give N'ell thought they would Whn sac Ijliu. I'eiore.ii "., . . inasmuch tent. Sixtieth ..i- to nm v n.n.m whose husband, it its common name, precipitated chalk, w.rn't Pftnp 10 PPI m irnr.l .ri ......... . , .... ... . ,-.ul'I1 .-hiw.iw itie .iiiciiiiiui; nil- i-i nil- ' ,i... ,....,..,...,, ,. , ,,, ,.,.,,,., i,iuj. ... ..... . . you "'VtL'lneher In a 'hut 'the north side of a corncohl" i and Locust slrcets. that on seve-al occn-I bii.iher. father or i-m Is serxing with l3 lw-prlced and harmless. Iloil the ton as Vrlndere-arten fabler in .1 "i "" ""''"; '...' ,.! .i, ,.i,, n,,,intir,n fr '.In- lulled Stntts oioe.: abroad or at eschool. Bin It seen.sthewomnn HTO11M l-.M mumo I ;" - ";"", ",,"-' home, or ... a enillan , Jpa.-ity with the mlx'un. In a kettle or vat vlgoro..sly "ntV,rI "'a US. wVnSll - - .! Churches and merchants cf Wet Ph.la-, " ''I""!; '? ";"' L P! .' f"r ""nuti Pour the liquid Into, BW' cown"the' whip with h..vv han , 0n tf.l T ndi rtHlo '. " h T A.nerl- " ""'" ' ""' 'J l-nnarl.lol.il Lally Ha Been Found Will, of lime carbonate and stir thoroughly. ' ;",,;'."; ,oiT.' h7K bath ota1oes." dne.y chopped : a feT grains, KV TJumped from the bucg), and while ' ,.Cu rrnlv ! will com uct a quiet Jmur at .1 :30 p m n...!.;,,.", I?,,,..-,,-, ti, .. i i...iv.. i m i - I '"'" p. V"" r D '' of pepper. and more salt If needed. Turn V& expressing naiUoj. "nmt the IJorton CJVe ontTniialion .1 . intr Kr.l Toss' and In the evening Mr. Long will speak I cnJllllgB loitca , The piooess ly completed hy boiling down . TBA bn ,. , Vcfy-H until j-ou into a small hot iron frying" pan and K ' M.'fl.r.ivek'. Irt.n, i n ? sultJhilitv uorK ln Ji"'an 'V11" li"" " previously , (UJ ills Dying Legacy.'' Wntkm .lehn Lally, twenty-one jears old, nf ' rapidly to a char liquid. 1'so density Ahnv,, la the experience of letting cook three tnlnutis, ntlrring constantly, fe, a?,iVen ?,0,;il?!""rn,f.n'w,htf.i,,,,.V an .h.- n.r.cn War , lb lief Asso, ,a . n ,, anU hs ,,,orU(, choIr , Irad the , -, ;1 t, T enty-sem, s, ree, who . Bttlfce r t.an(y .hcrmiSneter and bring of te l.n'rvlng It J, In the na'th " Ktf se WnTrn'.MVn- rt4 JlUrBf,d ,,iS "'".'.."I'nffdAhM''"" -ho. the .d taut generU of PennsW- tl,e te'reratur.s up to "20 degrees F. cup or hot water' Or tea', Ittsuaj: Into hot ptetter and garnish with strings ,hHn 'S mmei PnL" , rehi nl'S u ' '-"'''''i I.'ospltal bee ime an American A sawdust trail has been laid and whom "'1 ' i! 1Z J w m,?i,e I H a thermometer Is not iv.ll-.hlc boll ' frenzied fishing nround' In the tea cup of parsley ft wh'oy iSSS sna ckhdawa;CT ,oor,ngCirP, ! rln",I,.,eil Ztl -"c"'!s'" " '" '-' - '' Mr I's first cali , tio'r fee,, ran eV , "n A ZT "to onc,l" of rescue the ball. This can be avoided I Kjr g? tf, d8 W I ffl-S? ffiSlVS- "" - ' ak' rwork , accompHWKd rr nh't 'XX A nt,c was rece.d at Laily's home ' W-' -'"T.!? JL"f it WcSSt ItS & .?! the" worM sSSSS Si ' t:r .:...- , , .. . ",... "'" "Hr "orl' ntaru""- lnc "Kn , rev ,lv, r.om the adjutant generals department .'.','.. '.".,.. '"' '...",".V ""'.:" ""l llkn u snnnn with nerforatlons. the onlv V",T.,"r"e.V"'..l,.""" "."".?: ..".(," "" THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE TODAY'S INQUIRIES 1 IVhen t!tf khukl air thlon i- W 1 nnd reach of 11m porketlxtok, uliiit1 Mibitl tut eat-tw:irry pillow can be clieii to tlir rto'dier? t. To what vity In the Vnlteil (ate. iloe the (ilrl Scntit troup that old the rnoit third Ubert I.o.tn bund brhmv? S What nre the ntiuline'itlnns for rerilnc a KtenoitTdPtier ith the Keil ( rot. abroad? C, Describe a rn.nj-dy nrcmuthm fnr the rhlhlren that lll -ae the trouble nf Inbeliiii proeMe Jars, 4.i M'hen there U no blrthd.ir eike. hnw ran a very noel centerplerr of ratid'en and noHf ue uiiiae i nine eiirnner f- What nlll rrnifMr Indeltb'e ink Mains? Cats Spoiled War Garden To the Editor of .Vommi Pagt. Y ij t 1 jt a . jvt iinum un loepti tutu iwo-irm tamp for fre canning and drlnr manual. Imuo1 by the National War utrdeir Cotnmts- 1 hav? a garden planted tilth beet and thev were fln and lure ine ines . bit t..ll A i.t.n- . , dliPDolnted I am kouh to put in mor - trlnK bean the kind that an. lx.t for I WaK SO drylntr I hava two kinds in now nan and .. Tk In ,. ,, n tt .ri.. k . "i value of It depends on Its condlt'on. but ' Kirix -mpl.o .-.1 h thi aininuiiltioii and ship SAS.SSs.'.'r.'Wm.s?, t3r.:",,nV.e r.ueh colns "r wor,vh "i" V ""Tr Vi"1!:? ";rd;,;'rde,,n,vBe,,i!!nKhiuil,'-,a.!:i'-n;:r, bd n.me of th. .trim wan Th,- i-aia ha.l lines as mur-h as $. Take It lo a dealer ,Kur'n, "I a J.oU Idea r-nf "i nf J a fiat In the yard on nlBht ard dus up tn In coins and curios. There are Fey. ral r?, ?to " ?"TL '.', ,, rei.mabl.- n'ni v Uh rround o that Ih peas all wilted and died. I in this tit. Be careful not to clean it .,? wlihnut bnard We h!i "" , , on, VoriahlK i n&d a i-fw ol ine neaa from tnn nr-i i no ..iii. it .,.. t.. ,,.... ...... . .. v,. .. j . .1... 1. .... . fr marrowfat. I understand how to can. but E, J. want to learn how to dry Hat been read- Eva, ine up canning and drjine in ih papers. &' but as they only Bite an artltlu on on misti ' tsitetable eaeh nisht. would b too lonz to Walt to net all. Knloy paae uo mu,-h l:v.rv- .thlnr l of Intereat to mo. V. W. U. Your letter Is so Interestinc- that 1 will t' share It with the readers of the column. 'Xc; '-- " i uu inni ine caif isponen your W garden. I hope the rest of it will come w.ib ouicoaiuiij. i ne uitouneni oi A cannine manuals sent inn tw thu War P7S"!!; used up. so I cannot send you on home Sl;, ' dlately, but I have sent for more of them L-f'v"' 'Jarleii tuinmission huh neen entirely and will let you 'nave yours as soon .is I Bet them. I have any number of re quests for these pamphlets which will have, to wait until mv simnlv lu ... A' , pleplshed. Let us hear later "how your IJVJ- garden grown." 1 hope you .will continue r.. w. w uuu u;e itunuwiB rnt! Ul interest to fc?v". you. I Ceorgetle Crepe Watlies KfTV( To tft potior oj ii oman't root: V .uear jiaaam tm you Kinaiy neip me r - - as you bav helped others? I drooped inmi .tomsto ssuce on my seorcette erpe dress . and it left a stain. Will vou tU tn tnnu. r thins thst will lake It off without Injurlnf k ftUVUfl VI W.VI U.IK UlUV 1 ' (Mrs.l it. XT. 'n fteorsette crepe will wash beautifully and look as fresh as new after the wash. -"i.k ltir. Try washing a little corner where '." ..It will not show to see If the color is 7 j fast or pot. If It Is, wash the dress, or! '-a it it is tnmmeu wun buk, tvasn just tne ' gained part In lukewarm soapsuds and r Before ironing, ir tne color runs, co a niece, of blotting paper on each of tne stain ana appiy u warm iron, will absorb the grease, which Is the rgest part of the tomato sauce spot. A staatc (a of l-rencn cnanc ana. ciuoroinrm ,jfijli4 to tha spot and left until dry. 4RMV brushed, with a soft brush, will Cridi'A'lh., anm. ohNnrtiAnt effect. f'lhe sanie jtbsorbent effect. to Mold Character Savins food for our soldier boys for our allies touches a deep spring in the heart; that Is, in the abstract. It is a line and noble thing to look up at tha stars and Know they are roofing our brothers whom we are feeding. Uut when we come right down to the point of deciding whether It shall bo one spoonful or two spoon fuls of sugar to be put into our coffee, very often the noble feeling falls us. ' , IT IS at such times that the thought of the possibllit v of building charac j tor by little sacrifices comes to our aid. There are tin two ways about It. We J can hire lieople to teach us foreign i lancunRes. e tan pav others to make , our clothes: but we. and we alone, . can build our characters. Hhing up sugar once when ou want It will not build for you u will iron, but it will make It easier for you to give it up the second time. And i so on one by one these little sacrifices, small as they seem in themselves, win nrenare u to be what Is more desh able than anything else master of yourself. tt. whereas winter Is wished on. When I field streets, the ltev. James (1. Kay- i her should be liu re.is d foul fold in the outsiders are around I always boost my monii speaker. The ltev. Thomas llous- Immediate future." i,i"-,,,. state but we natives might as well ad- , t,, hMm, 0lXtlB.,lst. will conduct f,i"7n '"Vullie1" iVivorlbg to V mlt ii onp nnntlier that thr clltnato is , . , . ... . . , lirtmuii I'ails t'liu , iHiorciuiK something fierce " 1 elen wa boni In ''"vices at Twenty-nftll street and In- M. ,.. A. ,,.,,, -.,f 1M1ij know," C.corRli and alw'avs lied there till last dlana axenue. on the lawn cf the hast the Paris office wriles. "how terrible It Is vear a'ud she slinpiv couldn't stand be-, Park Presbyterian Church. Kvangelist to refuse n ipirst lifter reiiuest for the ing transplanted to' Wessex, when she A. S Williamson, nf New Jersey, will help of women in the canteen huts you Is frozen half the time in Poston: Since spcu nightly at the tent nt Catharine'"'""';1 leal ze that no time slioum lie she lost that kindergarten Jcb she has,..,,,, ,,.,t,,n strpot. Th(. ,,-.. V,.lns ,0!-i.1" .'V lm: ,lu'1"' ... ... ,.- ho,, lol;lntr htirh .slid OW for some- i. ..i; r,. ;V,A i,l,, lcnneked the lottoin oilt of everytnlng Nell Isn't folk At this point I ventured to innulre "Pn you remember cousin K'olseV" ...I. la-. i, .., ,,K,ir,i . ctivnirelv Hint i (H1) nreciiitionarv measure lumen i i,.. ,..i ,.. l.-Ki., -!tii the world. , axenue. lining stereontleon nleturcs and , solute willingness to ilo 1 She ought to have a home and " clench-I the ltev. Arnnldo Stasio will conduct task, comhlmd with ability to rise to liny Ing his teeth, "she's going to. In a bur- similar services at Tenth and Kimball l!"1'1'';!'"'- nr- nei-cssary rnr succes'. ry. or I'll know the reason way. Her , F,roctB. Xnon sorv,ces ., bo ,lolI at I ualillcat.ons se bj th e o er- I nn..nr 'the rncle nVevis xv"l? rnoug ' ' rnm',!' "'PVanl on Friday, the ltev. wnnu.n for tMl wl)rk, ale outlined as I hS,UI r' all riav And then my -V ''" Williams . speaker. Ways de ,. 'rl Is at Hie mercy of the women , P.escue Mission. L'.'S .Norm IMgntli "Caiid'rta'cs hetwien tne ages 01 iniriy . niran. ,. 1 1 1 no noeo e erv niunr in inp ill in im n -u e i',ti . ,, v .1' ......,.,-. l .,ir. ' JOU i at sparing Molly further experience In ,M , ;Vestminster Hall Monday at 12 slsl with the u.in.-porta'lon and living ... .. I vicarious atonement). I snatcied the : . . ... Harrv P Ford secretary xpenses of 11 worscis. hut there Is al- vour'whl! out of his hand. However, h -, ' i'O' I cool Hatr 1 . 1 oru, "crar" Wavs a mmlnium . xp-.is.. to each candi ,lesi' I .lltln't seem to tiotic-. merely murmur- ; presiding Kepmts w'll be made bx exan- , ,,.,,-. nf $;ftn , $3 ,, fr L.H.ientals I Ing. "That g'rl gets my goat." , gellsts and the teachers of the fmrtcen am) ,.nK.rgeieies and JUli for initial lnT 7" .,. ..,. .,, i,.r ' what it must ne line iu ne in,- .u. .. Tokio's Red Cross Worl; ,-... .......(,, .,,!!. . . . . . . , . ,. !.! I ,U .V .ll 11, 1 '. , " .-.M.1,.TI,,, J - - ... - jj,. ,nig will preach on "A Sensa- llrd Cross workrooms have been'tlonul Sermon" this evening at the be opt'Ped In the fo:mer Kplsciip.il llos- Kinnlng of the second week of his three p.tai in lOKin, japan, accruing io it I- emnhris Is laid upon the fact that the credit ror tnis MUendld sliowlng was largely due to the untiring efforts of the women eonin-cted wi b the Yokohama and Tokio auxiliaries." vt.,., n. . v ,i v . h Civet (.rowils V. Itlt i et HrilllS The broad brims of net which com - plete some of the nivv black hats with X? ZSZX'AZS" V)ZX"T; bit of dainty co or help. out. too. such as a little embroidery in light blue beads and ilosa on one side of the black net brim Letter and Questions submitted to this department must be written on one tide of the paptr anty and signed with the name of the criter. Special jiterir ttke those given below are invited. It is undtrstooil that the editor does not viceasanty indornt the nithne)it er prcuxtd. All ouitnuntcattOHs fnr this acj'urtmcnt .should If adtnrd tts foi lows: TIIK WOMAN'S KXf'II (.i;. Li cnina Public Ledyert Philadelphia. Pa, Worth a (food Deal More Than IVnm i To th Editor of Woman's Pno I lrar Maddm -1 have .1 on' 1 ' nt mo , dntwl 1!t. On th fac it haK m h.a.J n. l.ibTt. with Howlntf hair and on th" b.a U it han just "Oiip ci'iit." Could un i-ll in- if tills Is w rlh any mor than 011 i-ftii i nd if ro how ration? Plianf amwr-r in th Kkmmi IM m.ic J4Y.iyi.KR. it it U worth (III- vw-.k inhcn ,. il I I Bs-.n.l 1 .. ". t U -. i""1 r initi' v uuuj 1 ovrit'i ti iu i 1 tiir money. , t . nur iinny dated 1734 is worth a sond deal nior than one rent i.i .,,! .. tmm .in ui iiit.itn.. 1 "'m, T V. '-"""'' ' o '"umiiifi i ,v' 1 make the coin look better Uut it only spoils the coin nnd 1 he dealers can- not tell the real nlue of it when it is ( polished it would be safer to take I-nfn Jo the dealer In-tead of-eemlini ,"' ,SA . .,. V eencnni ' ,'or, ,hen J ou would bo sure of losinc It. the B it. i - i ..... . Woulil lir a iure To th' hdttor of lt'omnn's Pnoe: Dear Madam I want lu take up nursing- hplu mv ntt.rtimr.nl (lurintr Oia u-ar. I am a high ..hool sraduat Will you klndl IpJI me through our alur-d column what fif'hnnl (.f trf.lnll.r. .,r ho.nltul tn unnlt- tn nrl Jralnlnic? Any further Information given will be apprerlatt-d n. IJ. D. .. i.n... ,. i i .t i. t t AWV MOStt Inl It, ll.n ,,llt- nt. t.tll,,,rl,a will accept applicants for training as ... ....,. .. ..- ...j ... ........... , nurses wno are nigh scaooi graduates. There are some healtb reiiulrements and various questions to De answered at each hospital before an applicant Is accepted, but there is little ditliculty in entering these days. Some of the hospitals are the Penn sylvania, at llighth and Spruce streets: Kplscopal Hospital at l.ehlg.i avenue and Front street ; Presbyterian Hospital, at Thirty-ninth and Filbert streets', St. Joseph's Horp'tal, at Seventeenth street und tJIrard avenue; Jefferson, at Tenth and Sansom streets ; University Hospi tal, at Thlrtv-fourtb and Knrnr-.. Ktr.oi. and numerous others. MRS. A. J. S A kind-hearted reader of the Woman's Kxchangs has offered to finance one week's vacation for the orphan boy. She would not give her name, uui khvo ner your auoress and she will communicate with you In regard to the matter, aha will be very glad If some one else will furnish the other week for the boy, as one Is all that she can do. I know you will be delighted to hear this, and I thought tne readers of the column would like to know of the kind thought that prompted this offer. Surely this friend of the hoy will enjoy that week as muc'a as he In thei unselfish pleasure of having given to gladly. t-aii t renin i .111 i muu riotin.in:ir riu ... .... i i - . . . . . . . .. . ...: :-- 1 ' ru 1 1 lit- 11 nil 111 ui t n.i i v;n r n iit utiiiir- miiu t iiuiii iiiiiivt i (. 11 fu huh nir Presbyterian Meetings' on Church Lawns Etc., Growing in Favor Crowds at Tent The "twilight Fcrvloes" conducted by i tlir Presbyterian evangelistic commit lee oil church lawns, pari;. squares and ftrrot corners ore growing In favor. The committee will expand Its work ' hy opf nlns seven additional "twilight j mcetlnKs" for the cnmlng week. The I new location!" and the evangellsli In Cinrce fellow: rn Ontario Street Presbyterian f'hurch lawn. Ontario and H streets, the .,,. .,, ... .. ., ,,.., ' , Art.?urmW S,,,Don!r- , t,,e , nr,lst Preacher, will speak, (sketching pictures with crayons Illustration his discourses. In W,arton Square. Twcnty-fourtli and .... ,, ... , harton streets, hvangellst Samuel B. UnfT. Jr.. will speak tomorrow night at 7:43 o"clock, and the remaining nights of the week on the lawn of the Kobert ;raliam Memorial Presbyterian Church, Twenty-fifth and Thomtisoi Rlrerts. The Uev. William P. Kulton, D. P., will mienk In Whnrtnn s'nimm Thura- ,iny niBht. On the lawn at the Xilzpah Prntlivtnrlnti r"lnir.i, Kii.Mi, i,,i Wr,t r 'treots, the Uev. 11. X Faulconer, of,1" - M. ('. A. war work In mice us Palt'more will mesk The Pev Charles ,,rc ""' '" "1P serxlci". nirntdlng to l)r. Is t'- ,u" 6,pa' 1'1P ''"' "nr,Pa I John II. Mc.tt, gemial scivtary of the s ! recman u ill conduct services for col-, nssoclat'on fired poii!e nt Ituhy and I.tullow strerts "Among the tbnui.ind of workers In front f the Uero Memorial Mission. ' abroad I taw ton" who i,w lining more In Carroll Park. Fifty-ninth street and good and whn.-e pini'l:iil an-1 unselfish Hirard avenu, the Uev. H. Stewart Til- activities wen- more npp'fclatcd by both Us and the P.ev Francis S Hort will otlicers and m.'ii than the hundreds of V,I . '.i 1.V ;rdmls " " rl w," Ameilcan woniiu sen In-; in connection conduct the services. I .,, ,,0 v M ,. A mM i.ortor Molt. "Twilight services will be continued w, lin, jvt re:urned fMm an cxtcnAeri on the lawn of the Palethnrp Memorial tour of tin war fronts. "They are, how Presbyttrlan Church. Second and Clear-i eer. tearfuilj undeniaff.il. Their nuin- .. ..... ....."..". . ..... '""eel will roiiuuei rcrxices lor uuuhiis , t Sixty-fourth street and U estmlnsler Intereut of down-and-out men. under ij" j .neuirecimn 01 i"vn:iicninii i. u. nnaI- A rnllv for Christian workers will be I daily acalion Bible schools. The Uev. i1":'"; .!.i?-:!: W,H MWl'r ",p "- siui.tuiiiiHi ............ delphln aic co-operating In the move meat. m mths' evangelistic cimpalgn. Serv (Jirl- anil Women to Harc.-t rruil More than lima glris in Oregon cities have l.t.pii in-eresteil in llirht f.il-m worl by farm hrlp tp, clallsts of the United states Dep.uinieni or .gik-uuiire, ami , ;r)l.ls (lf tle state d asis- in picking heriics and fiuit In some'ca-ew lln-se ,""1.?", JT , . ,':!!"'nB....!" are now being placed In the fruit dls- shown that they are mon elllcient help- eiu In this line of wrrk than men Mimv of ihe groweis are piovlding lents as (punters for the women YESTKKDW'S ANSWHRS I. II l not ni-irirj to (.ike -lll Keribe titles at first to suit Hie Tamlly taMe f,u-t J;1rs. botlles or lucq and crneki rviinimitlnni. In crdrr to r.iallf for., li oomblneE most mtlsfactorlly with ,.i.., lh .., , , ,. r . ,i n.,,, .! .. J? ' ixi.ltioii with (lie i:i,irri;en-j fleet or-. atronB-flaorcd fruits, such a.s pineapple I ' Ulc ne lubhir and cup or cotton stop I'orutlon. H11(, oin-irs. The amount urcil mUst iw or cork In position and t'Blitcn. I'lace 5. Irre lrson In telegraph:, are ulirn lu ,hi detel mined bv the kind of fruit and p1" container in bolllnt; he vater and 'we'.""" Kr-rflV1r'r"',!"i"l'ViI.l" Tl"'1- ,-tronI,,1 "f """ ,,yiP. 1 sterilize for the' length of time given niinlN nre iVarnine. !, - -. . .1. I.lfiulil roitrt pliikter will ucreftlK.v hide u rr,itrh en kill ..bieK. I. A 1-n.1t linngrr wllli u hIoiiI line on II niill.e-. an iile.il t lotlieNiibi li.ti;. It i-un lie liuni; on tl,- rlotiieline. fnn1 .1. In 'enilliu; urtltle- lu the dry 1-hl.iiier).. It U n rikhI elnn to nurk stuin- or bad Mioti with white tkrenil to draw IDirtb-ular nttrntloii to them li. tte.eiifnrelni; a line f.ilk Ktocklnc whrre the curler ititrheH wllli a Min.ire of old Mnil.in: will leintlhrn the life of It. Consult Hou-.in;; siiaiioii lo the ISuJor of Winn an s Pay: Dc-r Mad.im- sor' lirt-d itirls n , ,,.,'"a",'?.,V ' Thank qu for the romfoit .onr Woman's a ine Honu-iimew. tJirs.) ti. M If you will send your name and ad- diess wltb the offer of the mom to the I houslnc aKtociations of the ICmcrKency , -fmi" iriu rt';i i rra io ) U .1 t l nm ciii:ii in .ii'mm. I'iniii' 1 rim-u ,r iim ipai.i.u not fleet i orporation or tne American Inter l llt'nu.Ll Shlnhuildititr l'ririini:,lir,n tliv. i I will h i'lj.,1 in fln.l lAmmiu fnr ,,, ir there are anv emnlnves whi luva no, place to live In this city. It is very Rood of you to offer this, and I hope you will I find pleasant tenants I am j-lad you (lnd the Woman's I'agn helpful. i How lo Gel to Nctliainint Palls Park T '''e KUtor ot IVomaii's Vuur: Dear Madam How- can Neshanilnv Ka'ts Park be reat-hed from rhlladflphl' 'an one bo by trolley? IN' DOl'BT To get to N'eshaininy Falls Park take a New York local train from the Head ing Terminal and get off at Xeshamin Falls Station. If you want to go by trol ley take No 55 on lileventh street to Willow drove and then take the Doyles town trolley to Ncshainlny Falls The Park is not far from either ot these stops. Write lo Information Ilureau To ihe Editor o Woman's Pane: Dear Madam Will you please answer the following question! If on wish's to write to the newspaper tittle of the Ht'EMNO I'm Lie 1.EKIK1-. to Hurl out Ihe details of an artlcl of th last eleht months how would one nddr tho letlr? Will vou please civ tn a clear moaning of th pionunclatlnn of lllaniiuetta? It is a Chilean name of Houlh America What was the name of the actor who took the part of Jack Ii Halle In "Woman and the I.aw"? M'BTI.KSS. Address the letter to the Information Jlureau of the Kvenino Public Ledger, 606 Chestnut street. The name Ulan quetta is pronounced "Blahnketta," The actor who took the part of Jack I. a Salle In "Woman, and tho Iaw" was Kamsay Wallace, DS 'XXVTM'lMiMAZ.ttmLMtK .. ;.? tfl HM i HV v iTte.. -y " ?,' -. ' .-5,.; ..-:": " w ES3 SMI laiflB Vm ... ml, VlMfXjiSI sHfelSliR ;' -'. f ,." Cnulil llicsO I):1 ttisor ciiiployiucnl for the summer ln:.l1Vfi ,1... lMrniif liow to he "ol '" , ,"''" ., J"J '"," f?Pv uni.iui nuiiitii v tut- i intiiu 7. M. C. A. Needs Women Four times .is manv women are neetlerl '" ' ' '-A siaifn i mv u .- iintoi , , VH. f ,;, B neeileil tor tills worl tvne nf w.itlian i neeileil tor till . nigh uuiiiii'ii, unseinsn neiii'iiin aim an tic munuiesi "o clrciimslain'is will mij women uncier i twcntj-iivc years nt age ne seni amii- ,,,,. , ,,',,.f,.( , health. A know ledge of Flench is eiy helpful, but , not uecessai. Th, M ( A. will as eiiulnineul I A iirs.uial in'ervlew Is ai was ncces. ai vi'h.mt guaranty of filial appo ntmi-nt and ilv eandidat.. must go in .New vnrit on nor own responsioiiiiy. communicate mi ims subject may ad dress Women's 1.imii Section, 317 Madison axenue, N. w York 'll ." "SLACKER" IS IN TRENCHES several days ago commanding him to appear for Induction Into the army. Ills mother. Mis. Sarah Lally. the mother of four children and a widow, had pre viously ween his mime published among a list of so-called "slack -rs. Not knowing what Io do the mother ; Informed a police sergeant -of her son's i ' presence Mi France as a number uf " '"".nc-nun company. ' - - , C()U SYRUP FOR CAXLG! WnMthiKfon, I). V , July l.'l. ' Corn cyiup may bi u.Jd in cannliiK I and in mahlnsr jellies, jams and marina- a.KBdrvhl. rn-s&isiiHr'. innt nf Aerlnilturp. Varylns amoums , of inn s rup aro usl with s-uirar. The ' n.rui Kiesa niodilipil llanr to productH, I so it phould be tried out in small iiuan-i ' - - , Thinking Ahead to Furs I Daily Fashion Talk by Florence Rose -KsHaVMawfffrfaW (Bl8r'fl8lWf.jfiPrJdil 'v. The fur routec such as is seen in the sketch is to be the last word in furs tliis fall ami winter. This particular one. is of moleskin; it Is tlecrrihed in the faehlou talk any lietlcr ami 0c . , , ,. 4'- -xfcw. " '- Wkx " "" i' '"'(xMSMms &BHm - WKmfjZ''- AN INVITING HOW OK CANNED FRUITS IN OWN SYRUP SWEET FRUIT SYRUP HAS NO NEEIl OF SUGAli Government at Washington Advocates Use of Stvect Fruits in Preserving and Canning Syrups May Be Made of Juice SW11I in i WIIIIT fruit syrups require no sugar the making and may be used In place of sugar In several v.nyn In gen eral cooking, according to specialists of the Pnlted Slates Department of Agri culture. Apple syrup is especially good for cakes, hot biscuits, candles and H'asoiiing. To make It add five ounces nf pow dered calcium carbonate to seven gal lons nf apple elder. Powdered calcium vos.se, s, preferably glasw jars o. pitchers allow to stand six or eight hours, or until perfectly clear. Pour the clear liquid Into a preserving kettle. Ro not ! allow sediment at bottom to enter. Add ! lold water. If boiled enough H should have the consistency of manle svrun It should not be cooked lon-r mn.iei, !,. i,,-,tn lu en,i,. .i,. .i,i When the test shows that the syrup fruit iars. Ditchers, etc.. and allow It to cool slowlv. Slow cooling is important, as otherwise the suspended matter will ol ltl, properly and the syiup wll, be t.()Ufy A Rood way to HiMurn slow oooHn- is t" stand tho vcshpIh full of n ni p lu a bucket or a wash hoMrr of hot .ater or to place them in a firelenn cooKlt. The "tTii vc,r:tzr rln5 ' ooKI" '" cillle(1 "'"alale ftf lime" and K H harmlesa compound of lime with tin natural acid of the apple. When the svrun Is i-nnleil li ulmnM ho uinr i rpHI-; fur coatee Is scheduled to play -- an Important role on the fashion stage this fall. In fact, it bids fair to usurp the role of the jacket, whether fashioned from cloth or from fur To you who may not havs Fcen the new coatee, tills lemark may seem somewhat of a license ; but If you had the op portunity of studying these garments you would understand Just how many possibilities there are in this chlo sort of a wrap. ln the first place, we are all look ing forward, more or less, to winter time, and tho "wise ones" are seeking garments that will keep them arm and so guard against any coalless days. These coatees, while they may look like not much of anything, are really very warm, as the lines conform quite closely to the body, covering the shoulders, hack, chest and oftllmes extending down over the arms lo the waiat. Another utilitarian advantage Is that not only can the coatee be worn over a thin frock, but over the serge dress or even the suit lu very cold weather. It U not Infrequent, nowadays, tha'c the scarf which we have seen and ad mired for several seasons Is made with either slits for the arms or with shor sleeves, and by this means the scarf Is fashioned after the coatee. The artist has made you a sketch fo.' today of one of the newest fur wraps fashioned on the lines of the coatee. This Isf molcsklim, and Is In capo effect, with long, pointed kcarf ends on either side of the front. A roll collal TattCAes tne neck, and the belt of the ttar. encircles tho waist ana ties at tha front, the pointed ends of which hre finished with smnll balls made of the fur. The toque worn with this coulee has a crown of stitched felt and a brim of velvet. (Copyright, 1018, by Florence ftoie.) Ask Florence Rose If you want her own personal sdtlre on materials, colors and styles auHabla for you. Address Miss Hose, In cars of the Evbmmi Ptsi-io Lkkier's woman's pats. nnrf alf.addresed Itamtml .kv.i,m for reply as sll inquiries are answered J by mall, 1 : ., ,,,, i H, i .. iiv ,,,,ii,,,i.r : hi 'in ,r. ,n -, - -- , - ,iuii-b,i,ui.iui1 iiuli,i i,.u si., u.i.i. un . : below for the particular tjpe of outfit used : Minutes Water bath, home-made or com mercial 15 Water seal, 214 degrees 10 Five pounds' steam pressure.... 8 Ten pounda' steam pressure,.., 5 ltemovc jars and tighten covers. In vert to cool and test the Joints.' Store for future use. Tills recipe Is for maklrtg syrup primarily for home consumption. If the product Is to be sold, legal re quirements as to labeling should be as certained and compiled with. Adventures With a Purse POl'NI) TODAY A little tea Infuser that is shaped like a spoon and ncta like a tm hull umerence neing tnat a top nts over tne M'00"- w,11- "01aa e t,a leavea ln Ilna enables you to stir It around In your cup of hot water to make the tea. They are slenderest purse, for their price Is only thirty-five cents. Isn't It fpn to watch baby slilash and gurgle ln the bath lull? Mv! doesn't he enjoy It, nnd doesn't he have a good time with the soap and bruh a he pur sues them from one end of the tub to the other! Can you Imagine how pleased your baby would be if he (or even she for that matter) had a little doll baby made of soap? You can get adorable little soap Ketvplea for ten cents. 1 may have n strain of tie Oriental In me, or I may have u kind nf primitive instinct, hut I can't help It, I just love beaded chains and iteck'nees. If you like them, too. you certainly will want to see the necklaces that I s.iw todRy, They are of three-fourth length, consist of dull beads, nre large, many-hued, al ternated with long .metal filigree beads, and at the end of the chains aio lillgrci disks almost as large as a silver dollar, or plaques of color to harmonize with tho dominant shade In the necklaces. They are only a dollar, nnd when you try one on your dark tafft'.a dre.s, joil will just naturally hate t hav-3 one. For the names of shops where ar ticles mentioned In "Adventures With a Purse" can be purchased, address Kdltpr of Woman's Page, Evenino Public Ledger, or phone the Woman's Department". Walnut 3000, Alum Can Be Used in Many Wajs A little alum In the water used for washing perspiring hands nnd feet will alleviate any unpleasantness. Alum Is used In thla way by an fco- i nominal housewife wno preserves sum mer fruit without sucar or vinegar: Pick the fruits rrom the stalks and put Into bottles, Put one drachm of alum Into four To Keep Out Moths To keep them out of tho carpet pour strong alum water on floor 'a foot and a half from the edges before putting down the carpet, ' Sprinkle salt upon carpet before sweep-: mg occasionally. My "Come Again" Sunday Supper In the old days I woaM ham called' It meat loaj. To". no7 a couple of pnunfe ol Snely chopped lean te and ens of chopped pork sea soned and baked In a buttered bread ptn, molded around three or four hard-boiled eggs, laid end to end, Dut we don't call t meat loaf any more, Vou see, we add to the sea soning a good two tablespoonfuis of At Sauce and that makes all the difference In the world, turning, "meat loaf" Into what wo call our "come again" Sunday auhper. ' It's delicious hot and oven better cold. Jim doesn't know It.Vf course, but most of my reputation as a cook comes nut or my ooiue v iumj, I cal It my mil ilracle workerj Adv. &"T"cold Then"'!,', 'ti e "bo'l U.V an 561 H 5 1 . '"' "mItINEE Taily 'fastenCthem t7g.it? Put Vhem"?nto a cop.' u "In'theHe'aRt'of" fflifj?'.""1 per of cold water nnd heat to 176 h. I "i IN Tilt. HUAiir ot a ami. grecs. III rfki . 111 rrf tLCA Smj9jffmJa' CrnlhlB In a real woman nlio knnii-s and nndenlsnds ilrls. tn tlit dtpnft tntni she ptnmls rttir Is help thtm trlth the Intimate problem sonuboir easltr ronflile In Itlter thn In nr ether wey. If yu are worried or perplex writ to "Crntbls," In rnro of th woman's puce, Evenlnc Tubllo Ledcor. Would Win Back Lover '.i Ii'r Cynthln I sm a younit Blrl of eisntrfn nnil went lth a younx man four years mv afnlor for alx Tnontha. Throuith a mlaundertannln. which wa my .fault. 1 in JIM po ,vtn, nm Rny moTf. v Now. I would like to win him hack, but as i never ape Mm I don't know how to go aoout It. tt has been inmost elcht months jso and I think tt. In too lat. Could t h-ar by Tumday? -' x. T. Z. I am sorry, but letters which were nbead of youis hod to be answered first, so yours rould not be put Into last Tuesday's paper. i Ji you think the young man feels badly, too, about the misunderstanding and you arc willing to acknowledge that it was through your fault, you might write him a little note saying that you reel badly about the misunderstanding between you, wh'ch you think was brought about through jour fault and you would'be very glad If he would come and see you and talk things 'over. . Then If he comwi o not get Into another dis cussion of the misunderstanding, bdt simply say you felt you were In the wrong and do not wnnt to lose Ills friendship. 1 hope you will be success ful In your efforts. Misunderstandings are hateful things and cause much un happiness. 1 Jealous of Boy Pear Cynthia t am a Blrl of alxteen and in loe with a ynun man of sixteen. Al thnuKh there la nothing serious about this affair, yet I love him. lie la very eon cenlal and everybody loves him: He acts as though ha loves me. yet he Bora with other girls while away from me. He Uvea very for from me, and that an-ounts for his Koine with other a-irls. We nil ret Jealous la he rc-ny rlitht In solnic with two parties? He la very upright nnd clean and has never been known to tell falsehoods. Although i he leve In him with all my heart. I cannot help being Jealous. CUHI-S. Yes, dear, he Is really right to go with any number of girls and you must try to overcome the Jealous feeling. You see. unless you and he are engaged you would have no right to expect hlmto go exclusively with you. And ;you' are both too young to be engaged or to be sure that you are In love . with crxh otheTT Cultivate other friends yourself. It s much better to know a number ot boys and girls than to go exclusively with one. You know better the kind of man you want to marry when you grow older If you have met and been friends with many. In Love at Fourteen? Pear Cjnthla ;! am fourteen years old, and though I know I am too young to think "Left-Over' Suggestions Mush left over from breakfast should be packed' solidly In greased one-pound baking powder boxeti and covered, which will prevent a crust from forming. Ite move from box, cut In thin slices, dip In dour and sau'.e In butter. Fried mush Is at Its best when served very hot with maple syrup. With breakfast wheat preparations stir In a few dateu, stoned and cut In Pieces, about ftvo or ten minutes before taking from the double boiler. Cold boiled potatoes are often thrown away, and yet white potatoes are very good when made Into hashed brown po tatoes or lyonnalsc potatoes. For bashed brown potatoes, cut fat s-alt pork In small cubes) and try out. Remove scraps nnd measure the fat, of which there should be two and a half tablespoonfuis tatoes are thoroughly mixed with onion and butter, then let stand until potatoes nre well browned underneath. Fold and turn onto n hot pla'.tcr. If any brown stock is at hand add two tablespoonfuis, which makes the potatoes brown better. Run Hot Water Over Coltl DUhcs Kven In warm weather do not serve hot food on cold dishes. Holding a plat ter or a pile of plates under the hot water running from the faucet Is a quick and convenient way of heating them sufficiently and makes all the differ ence between a hot nnd a cold plate for l serving. rilOTOl'LAYB The Stanley Booking Corporation! "THE following theatres obtain their pictures through the STANLEV BMklntr" 1 Corporation, which Is a-guarantee of early showing of the finest produe..-1 tlons. All plctines retlewed before exhibition. Ask for the theatre In your J" locality obtaining pictures through the STANLEY Booking Corporation ' AIL.-I,.. 12th, Morris 4 Passyunk Ave. Alnamura Mat.UallyatS: Evg.U:43U MAHi:i. NOllMANIl in "Joan of l'uvrrsnurtu" A Df"M I O 62D AND THOMPSON ST. ArVJL.lA MATINEE DAILY NORMA TAt.MADOB In "DK LUXH ANN1B" ADPAnlA CHESTNUT Below 10TH ArVWALlA 10 A.M. to 11:13 P.M. WILLIAM S. HART In "8HARK MONROE" 1 DI I ICDIDn BROAD STREET and L.UJ10!rLJ 8USOUEHANNAAVE. WALL.M.TS BKin in "THB FIRErt.Y OF FRANCE" I71!DDn'Q5 MAIN ST., MANAYUNK fc.lVlrfCJO MAT1NEK DAILY CHARLES n.Y ln "rLAYINO THE UAME" FAIRMOUNT 20lV&'en.AnaVv- Tom Mix and Little Virginia Lee Corbln In "ACE HIGH" CAMI1 V THEATRE lail Market St. r A1V11L.I 0 A. M. to Midnight. WILLIAM S. HART In "THE GUN FIGHTER" i GREAT NORTHERN nro?.d7si'uaVf ffi ENID nKNNKTT "A DESERT WOOINO" IMPERIAL 07,,lt,tu.L!EVT..8TrI0. MAItY Plt'KFORD "M'LlHH" I CAOPTR 'ST LANCAKTER AVE, LtHAUUrl Matlne Dally VIVIAN MARTIN tn "VIV15TTK" 'I - n.... - ' THEATRES - OWNED AND MANACIBD BY MEMBERS OF - I THE UNITED EXHIBITORS ASSOCIATION BELMONT MU j5?o aaybt FLORIA SWANHON, "pstIon of Content" and CHARLIE CHAPLIN "The YVemsn" CEDAR G0TU fc "da-y1 " " POI ICITI I A1 Market lit. With & OUth L1NA CAVALIER! - n- COLONIAL a,n- StfA"Jri:riKftiV: Pauline Frederick "' ""&Kn" FUREKA i0Tii,-.'ijftKKT ara. nii e: - . ... MILLION- "vnj "'' 'Ollau DOLLIES" By CYNTHIA of loye, I Ilka a young boy very much. He goes to the same aehool that I do, r Thirty-atxth and Chestnut atrects, but Mi one-half a grade below me. 1 will bo' through In Tebruary, I am sure ha llkM mo. but I ran't descrlon tne feeling which goes over mo when he la near. Please tell me how to act when ho Is around? Can you suggest a way for wearing hair which Is black and very curly? I will do as you say In both matters. riLun ETES. You are In love with love, little "Blue Eyes" and are much too young, to. he thinking about It at till. You would d well to go out of doors a good dehl an' engage in healthful exercise, Play tennis) ana goir. jt - r Be perfectly natural when you meet. thin Unv nnrl tallr tn hli.-i of the hnnU you have read nnd the games youafef playing. Avoid any sentimental talk, " " There Is nothing prettier In hair arij rangement for a girl of fourteen than the side part over the right or left tem ple, the hair fluffed a little over, thv ears and drawn hack loosely from the; forehead. Then the long hair should ;b' caught back at the nape of the neck with a wide ribbon bow or a shell pin, which' comes for the purpose. sri1" I dirinuft It Answered r Pear Cynthia I noticed In Tuesday Tei nlng'a paper where the person slgnee1 "Curious" asks you this question: WmU1 makes a girl love a fellow? And that ah4 him noticed good-looking girls going around wllh Uftly-lnnklnff fellow. Why ilocsn'-t "Curious" think nwhlle" why ne orWie aoea with pretty cirls or fellows. Doesn t her or she reallxe that these uclv fellow.J mignt tie just as good as any or the prctiiv ones? They want to have pleasure Just 'ai wen as anv one else, noes "iiunous" ex pect all of the ugly fellowa to stay at home or somewhere so no one can see them? And, furthermore. I don't consider any one to bo ugly. Kindly print this in the papr so "Curious" can read what one person, thinker of her. ANNA M. Pon't you think vou are a bit hard on "Curious Z I do not think he or she1 meant to condemn a man for not being goodlooklng. Perhaps "Curious" will, answer for himself or herself. i Gift for Soldier ' j'J I)ar Cynthia Would youklndly tell 'twrt what you think best to give a fellow who-i la leaving for camp? Po you think a wiJV watch or a ring would do? J. R.-y A w rlst watch would be very aS-O ceptahle. French mirrors arc fine and hand-knitted socks. A ring is a FiteV present, but not useful, as the other three would be. "" True Art It Is when we reach the heart That our writing Is true art. Let our message then e'er be In its sweet simplicity; Just a speaking, soul to soul. So It cannot miss the goal That It started out to find In some kind, receptive mind. ,r A There to let its mission drop, ,,,- finly though a while to stop, ' " Till again it's passed along And another hearo the song, ,i,s And shall pass It on, you see. For Its Immortality This, I think, Is truest art. When the writing finds the heart. MAIITHA SHEPAItD MPP1.NCOTT. " Training in War Work for Womei. r The University of Louisville will offil in Its fall term several new coursss for' training In war work for women. ,A. ' course of statistics, theory and prai't tlca will be offered In the department tftt I economics. . ? In accordance Willi the request ort(nV Soclety of American Mechanical Engl-''' neera the departments of physics antf cli Isiry still offer a course In testing ma .enals and supplies. The depcrtment- . of mechanical drawing will offer cou'rse's 1 ii druftlngfor women, .. , 10. Soldiers Soothe. T ' Skin Trpubles with Cuticur.a y4t3. Soap.Oinrment.TsInimite earn. film. . tgJT; pin of "Cstlears. Dipt. It. Bwtss." , rn(rrorr..YN STRAND t!l"" Av al Venini0' E' oi-BroTi,i JACK PICKFORD in "Sandy?.'. 333 MARKET flS fffSCT Mttrc VA7iinri 1,T" MME. NAZ1MOVA in "TOYS OF FATE" MODEL U'5 ?""! ST. Orch.itr.rt "' uuu Contlnuou X to 11,-. ' ROY STUART in "Wolves of the Ilordef1' Added. "Woman In the Wb," Episode 12 DAI ArP 121 MARKET STREET'" i -mh-v. in A. M. to 11.15 P.-Mri MADOE KENNEDY o in "THE FAIR PRETENDER" "1 PR IMPELS 10, MARKET STREET riMlNIOO 8:30 A.M. to 11 :15 P.M. WILLIAM DEUMOND In "CLOSING IN" REGENT UAIlK?T ASTMBct!.0 Vrxfr DOROTUY DALTON In "THE KAtaKU'S SHADOW" RIAI TO UERMANTOWN AVE. txlrU-" yJ AT TULPEHOCKEJf STi' CHARLES RAY , In "HIS OWN HOME TOWN" 3J, R1VOI I B-'0 AND SANSOM STS. J rlVVJl-.l MATINEE DAICY RHEA MITCHELL " 111 "THE BLINDNESS OF DIVORCE"-! RI 1RV MARKET ST. BELOW 7TH KUDI io A. M. to 11:15 P, , Mr tltlfl. itlAIllin in "V'lVETTB" CAnV 2il MARKET STREET DfyJl 8 A. M. TO MIDNIGHT; PEOOY HYLAND in "OTHER MEN'S DAUGHTERS" CTAMI CV MARKET ABOVE 18TM Jimiuui H tl.l A.M. to 11:15P, U. MAE MARSH ' -r In "ALL WOMEN" , VICTORIA WSWi&r,,! lA "AY! YOUNU FKLUOV" FRANKFORD "' K h ENID BENNETT """f. IUMB0 JfttOXTHT. OIRAHD AVBii jumuv Jumlio Jumtlon onFranhfnrd l wI -rrr Hat MarKUerlte Fisher, "The Squars Deftly -si I rrl ICT 5211 AND I.OCUST BTKEETilT; "4u LjjJk1 i. uio 3:3n. 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