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j,lA) V "i'1' "rVtv5T .i "'CtT:tT MWiTOWl rfijU-fW" 10 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29', 1910 DO WOMEN PAY THEIR BILLS? WHAT TO DO WITH FATS A SPRING FASHION EXCHANGE ryy'i t ' -': '., iin, fc M :'. . -k y WH A3 MRS. WILSON EXPLAINS METHODS I OF FRYING FOODS; HOW TO SERVE The Difference Between Sautcing and Deep-Far Frying and the Disadvantages of the Former How to Clarify Various Kinds of Fats and the Vses for Them Cooking With Vegetable Oils ! A CHARMING PROPHET OF SPRINGTIME ' Hy MRS. M. A. WILSON tConrtght, lilt, u ,Vr. it. A. Wll'o . , .III rlffhlj rflfrlerf ) TAT is a heat or fuel producing " food which is very valuable in ,co!d weather for supplying the body with heat and energy. Often foods that are cooked in fat arc termed .indigestible; this means that the food is not utilized in the body and. owing to somo digestive disturb ances, it becomes part of the waste. Recent experiments tend to "how that animal fats are assimilated 'fairly welt; undoubtedly it is the .misuse of fat that is Used for fry ing purposes that has given many fried foods their bad reputation. 'Every normal person requires a certain amount of fat. Make it ;i rule when serving fried food to hae an acid food, either a vegetable or a garnish, accompany the dish. On Making Soup A stiatiillig lint plate of good soup W suielj a boon when i copies tu fording .i liutigrj man up i htld. Hut neither of them will r.it it if it Nit l good It Should lie Good I?ecauo soup Is nmii Mimg anil 111 filthy .ilil ii vprri.il I'ffmt should In- made tu line the f.itnlh tu tiki it lirpiituinii Tomorrow Willi .i view to unlitig the lions, wife who has not et m.istctcd the ,it t of unking delicious soups, Mrs Umiii will tun a series nf articles i oncoming tlu making nf the nl om kind". trying to do deep frying with these ' fats. They not only will not hold the temperature for successful fry- ing without scorching, but they frc- I qucntly soak into the food and make it unlit to eat. , This present war has brought many good vegetable oils upon the market that arc ideal for cooking ' purposes and are preferable to the animal fats for all cooking. They not only hold a high temperature without burning, but alto they may be used repeatedly if they nio strained each time after using. Food cooked in vegetable oil docs not ab sorb the fat and it is more digestible and really more economical. I'r.ving There ate two methods of frying: l'irst. Sautcing cooking food in the pan with just hullicicnt fat to Chicken fat mnv be used to replace prevent scorching. This method i Here arc iust u few things to butter for seasoning vegetables and is commonly used, but has nothing 'keep in mind when planning to mashed potatoes. Tins is n pure to ically recommend it, as the food servo fried foods. Use very small fnt f,T0 w'om moistuio and season- absoibs quantities of grease; this .quantities of foods that arc cooked in an(1 "m to farther than butter, makes it difficult to digest. in fat for neonlo occupying seden- Generally in speaking of the term Sccoiut, Deep-fat frying it is . tarv position, while thoc who are drippings, tins is taken to mean all usual to dip the food to be fried in OO9""00"""0ft'i'O,"066""9is0""4""9VO""444": 6 bbbbbbW ''--mbbbbbH o BBBBBBBBBBBBbV ' fvKAAJB bbbbbbH ' &;j?$$Ibmbbbbb t iH mmBM f 1 bbbbbK . A WF " 4al Xr.'itvtTCaBBBaH o X Baaaaaaaaaaaj ,. 1 1 " """ , iHM PV ' v-x-""" i T'2?sBaaaaaaj I 0 BBP.id'" MMttftn 'ITBf .' '' Elites. O yr iBlaBBBBBBMBBBBMfcii mi li GETTING YOUR FA VORITE NEIGHBOR TO PAY A BILL There's Only Twenty Cents Due on the Coffee Cake and You Arc GoinS Out and Have No Change Hut Is the Monvv Err r Paid Hack? QUIZ was a Huffy sort of a vvomnn Dear me. how we ilo iilss moncj Rood- O nntl she was running to tnnl.o the ' I'J' on some oecisionsi car nnd ns she lived on the corner Then ng.iln do mi i ciiiembcr tnni 'every one. standing there couldn't lee i ream1' Much desired It was. too. help hearing the riving good by to her becaiir- every one In the chin oieti 'neM-door neighbor. that the evening would he du 1 Willi- ' "There'll bo twenty cents due on the out Ico eieatn And they loolc up a Icoffco cak-e. Mind p.iJlng If.' Line rolleelion then and there nn".01"1" It to you when I get back." voti to do the ordering ana 10 m- I wonder If she ever did glvo buck care of the money. To this day ou tho twenty cents for that cofleo cake, are hostess to four peryons who on. That was four weeks ago. The comer Jo.vcd themelvei that evening, in" lias had a. strange attraction for me, ' Ice cream bill had to ho paid Htia ever since. I should llko to step up on there ou nre. Korty cents, gone nut tho porch of the house next door and not forgotten. . ask the lady If she ever got back hei- moncv. Because If alio did she was A.VI) then, while we are busy doln luckv' With many women It Is a case ithls little ium In arithmetic nt th of "In ngln, out agin," with small epene of our friends It is well to debts. tin n the microscope In our own dlree- 1 It has been claimed men havo a Hon. Thero are many things that higher sense of honor than w omen, j might hear a little close looking Into. vwin smaii uems l no reany uencve 'The times we. too. navo una imhi iu this Is true. Just look into your own Marge to change nnd had to call for experience and sen bow much money help In the corner grocery store, Th vou would havo if you could cash In dajH we, too. perhaps, lost our chang on all the little "pay you later" ptom- purse and had lo boirow a quarter to Ises that havo Intruded themselves I BCn us safely home. Oh, cs. It Is a into your dally life. I poor falling indeed that doesn't work T.. both wavs. HnriK was tho time you loaned that tn this little close-up of ourselves, twenty-six cents for a telegram, i It Is well to include club due. Here when Mrs. C. had no change In the I too. Is a small point of honor on which railroad station. (women stumble vvhcio u will llnd Thero was tho dav they took up the I that men In nine cases out of ten collection In tho ofllco for flowers for come through "paid up." If we do ,tho manager who had been called to t not Intend to pay dues In the clubs mo main omce. One of tho girls ; to which we nelong, turn ine wise ann wasn't around and u paid her share, honorable thing to do Is resign. k......o. 0 )-. 4Q4"&s)su-,s0mi.sssV,O"4n'iss"iQ" employed in active or laborious fats rendered from meats used by n mixture to coat it and then to . work may cat a larger propoition. lnc hO'eiioiii. tins is a mmaKcn ion it in line nrcau mi mo a anu men Persons' who arc working at hard , i(lca- Tno woru "drippings" is t-ook in sufficient fat to cover. This manual labor, out of doors, will be mnt to include fats that cook out forms mi airtight cover that pre- ablc to assimilate dailv portions of fro, roai,t ,)Ccf' Pot ronft' aoup' venth l,1G K'"Ci,5C from taking frle,i fnnA Mithm.t . nnv nVivsienl ,11s. and corn beef. This fnt is cliuilii-l thiougli. A few essential uU'nsils anu men iit-cu lor sauienm. il chii- arc necessary 10 piunucc succcssiui 'Hie pctidulimi of fj'liion lias undoubtedly 6unK from ibinps utilitarian to ibinps lovely a well, One lu? only lu look at tlie tpriiiR hats to learn this. The one in the pit lure is in a cream straw tb.it doc not MiERCst war work, and ibe dainty wreath of potics on tbc cron docs not cvaclly remind one of war, cither Today's Beauty Hint turbanccs. l'or digestion's sake, learn to serve: luico of lemon with fried full. Apple i-aucr with polk or goov i. Cranberry or currant jellv with poultry, lamb or mutton The poisons left In the MKtem In the Inllurnz.i frcni to have l.iu"ci1 loss of hair villi many of the ii.itlents The not be used with good icsults for irMilts; liivt, a licavy kettle that i reiiieil l first build up the l.e,,lth. , , , , ..,..,,. nnd tlrM, list ami all the time, m.i-s.me making pastry and cakes. will not tilt, and s-ccond, a frying tiie mnip ti.-e iiu. if imhsihie 'ihc To clarify fat: Put the fat in a basket, m, tli.it the food may be re- hii :j,,,.,i,j l, ;l femientl t,.. saucepan ami auu one cupiui 01 oiu nuiveu tiuicuiy vvnen rooi;ca. out ,ii i.i.n wiihiiim; water to every pound of fat. Add Oiir-fuurlb Irntiinniifiil nf biatr- f; totiuft' of xorta Please Tell Me What to Do By CYNTHIA n Answrr to "Ilioiipbtlcs'." rlillrtrcu me ppenilliic t"0 trinjf to run lllllt.ru , l.r... .. !.,.... .I...... ...I.l IMl. 11 .- a pity that r,u did i.n. vrl.e a. rV'VZum'T'nnmto i I the II is impossible "in n to the Iiojh In question to plaln pro i'ss I h.iy wilhoilt tin III .irtvlsfdb. an fer "omen to try to make a Home fier tiiislnesH hours is nunc fn," itinrt 1 1 irv In run their i..u r-- -.... fr.,..u ,,,.1, u n.nlloe I coin v.itcr are ery nnieneiai, iro. m i icrv 1101115 01 uiai iinn 01 iiioik uiai i i.iisinehs ueing away irom II most ui ' - ' .. Mi novcil quicuiv neii iuvivlii, oui ,u r.nn wiihiiniK n is lmpnssmie imii n mi me ihi.h ill rjucFilon 10 iiiini proi es? I t,.iv Tho correct fmpornlurc for deep ;,,l,irnbbi;;Vi:n,,?li,ip V" ,J:","r "' ero to kp tt.. e. fir "at fring i !!.0 degrees Kabrcn- during the slnnip.'., nnd the hoi and f-ic-incnt when tliev .ailed It Is the ,, Slllnc) ,1H f0 Adventures With a Purse T0 rLAY us a nice danco piece, to - that we can havo Just ono dance," plead jour, friends. And you rack your brains In vain for a really good piece and probably cannot think of .. . .. - i 11 O U.Sl t'.1 ' I I Htru runi'iv . a tiling, well now, I tan across n rcu- ,, .!,-, nn,i I, urn them ocr ac.i'n largem of a fox-trot todaj- one of those A ,,,n,,l0p0 nt this tan tu bought for nttrnt live prooiatle sorts of pieces that ,, crm, j,.B ,, tl tr,,,i ,ou know fairly tet jou swaying, and tnako jou1 reel as If u could dance to them evel tlmlst has nothing to do with my original subject which Is n. coal saver It I'! i preparation you sprlnMo cm ollr coal, which makes It burn much longer th- ono stipulation being that vou keep th drafts almost closed Sprinkling some on tho ashes will nlfo enable jou to saic a Iforsrr-inish with beef -. , t,. : , t t. ,' ,. " . --" , iMBt the tiiiniites', mawago iilgnt and makes jou los-o jour friends If jou Jlir time. Jlunnlng even a modest Home ttorscraaisil wun pcci. One-half ttaapoonftd of tnl'. tish. fritters, potatoes, etc. I'or morning is rrqulnn ' 1.'' 'be thiitnbs ,..... ,, In a nuccesaful way is a business enter- It is a curious thing that nature R.ing to a boil and then let Mm- cooked dW.es and oBtcr.. cheese- Kt'nr'M demands these combinations to mcr hlowly for ten minutes. Tour balls, ck, ;!70 degrees l'nhrciihcit. back and forward ioth.it n is loose, and n,;'rl -ny ,,' , ci, jou the reputation I bo poor lml,'c'1 vvithout. .equalize the fatty content of the through a strainer lined with chec-o- Do not attempt to cook large $,' tX Xh'i "l o) tf rV''X .!? I -e'T Xolr&Wft'ZS. imeal. have and classify the van- , cloth and allow to harden, tlieil cut quantities at olio time. IlllS will; ortv-llvf grains of r.nor.ln one oumo i,r,iv lt ,,nniio cngagnm-nt. If"the I.omi h,mdn In lotiscuuenre and feel that their a. i . . i . . i I . . .. . 1 .. .. of irl cor in niiil ciiouuh or fit lilt rn itito i. .1. . . . .. . . ... . i ... itiiuhnniu ,. . uhmi.i n.. A nnafuiinrl .oils lath, iiiki uiiu.e cacn paruciiiac into nieces. Keieat anil pour into pause n siidi en iron in the temper i ... on , k. i.,.i -. t "" ' '"'m ". n io.er-. out jou :v.'-:''-"j:."'" r.V'1""..' "'". "'.?:"". i , ' . - . ..v. '" - - ,.,., I hi ep niP word If thev do not keep lI" niooern iipiur nuni'iiiriii j nev iiu- .kind so that there need be no waste, jut.-. Hacon, sausages and ham fats ature of the t'nt, allowing it to per- i-'"" "' '" r"ii " 'is up for ou 1 altlirul. thelry'do not make another rngigrmrnt nltim-t all ardent admln-m of the writ- IChop all bits of suet line and place may be blended with beef diippings ' p,eate tlv food, winch is cooking. !', tM" ,r,',,,,ncnl '" "ri " I "J";, 'nl.e''inV'h'tt-JW& wieiJr l ??Z,$ on" 'in u double boiler and then lender, foi I'r.ving purposes. and thus give a gi easy product. ' should he xeut to those hen m wuli a plain jniiit ot the in.Hiimoni.il gioueli that Chicken and poik fat rendcied in this way. may be .Mutton or lamb fat mut be clar- Now for a wnid of piotoction. ilicd and thru blended with hum Vo not use too lai ge 'a kettle. Keep 1,1'linm lips 1 Hut do not sav Hut jou thought tliev about In .111 ltoit In icstoro the r High loiffutin hue reeentlv hern re-ldld not Intend to go That would be amour piopre thev make futllo llltlo . ......... . ....... ... .. ifrl . n,. nv, im v...,i,.l. u i v v,.,i ui,, Ii, t ' ll.n I" ITS .11 e ei I .III W 111 W OOIll 11C1 All excellent shortening mat may ami liacon or sausage int. rat u bucket ot sand lianily in the 1h ,iUrokcn silhouette seems to have, and that ou brother' thought jou I bave business comiihI, magnifying every be used to replace butter in cooking from baion, ham and sausages may , kitchen, ami if for any reason the vanished would not be home . small courttsy into a personal interest and baking may bo made fiom bo Used for llnvormg vegetables in fat catches fire, throw' sand on it; mliIoV.10 ""n0W ""' " "". . .. .' .. , ... ! businels'm.nTod.":.' 'h, eve?? .nVc'of Vn" chicken fat, of which there is place of butter, for cooking omelets, do not attempt to lcinovc It from Uenvv siikm fringes retain all their .1. (,. w rites to I . (.. w. dustry where women tongregato has to popularity evldfnie 'vleWH of her nrnhlerii t ncree wilh - - I the answer jirinlnl i.tanuary -Ii slunid i ntmi 11 yw.i i,,,,,,,, -v 'Twenty-one' Ir every point, and A HLV1C II 001. I l.I.OUti"0"" I"", to add my views to It VIII' I'HI! lirv.Fr ? V WliriUtl rl lUUHH usually three or more ounces in one potato cakes, mush nnd sciapple. It the stove serious burns arc apt to! downs', ut en Urcek lme arc again lnnLai 5'mi,i uitlP.JSC',! nv!- mv ttat bird. Kcniovu tno tat trotn the is a splendid seasoning to use for result. Just tin ri out the ltqlit and bird and place in cold salt water for macaroni, baked beans with tomato throw sand on the Inc. Keep the one hour and then drain and ml sauce, dried bcaiis, and peas in oup.- fact in mind that watei spreads the into small pieces. Homier in a and when cooking dried lima bean.-. Haines; if tin sand is at baud tire double boiler. Tour into a jar and There 1-. really no need to allow salt or Hour. allow to harden. Now, when using j spoonful of these faUs to be Many leftover foods may be this fat, use one-third less than the waited. Kat that are not available turned into palntablo products and amount called for in tho recipe. To for table u. e should be collected and thus help lo extend tho food budget, make pastry, allow four tablespoon- made into soap. requiring only a minimum cost and fuls of this fat to each cup of flour. Do not bo falsely economical in labor to prepare them. be rsprelallv on bis guard against there morbid c-votlr blooms that In tho proper soil would riirlili a largely sick wotld Kor joung Rhls to bo getting Into thrlr heads that personal housekeeping and home. making Is beneath their uignltv .mil wintti Is going to wreck If sou do not know u blessed dame step. It Is an Oriental sort of tnelodv, and the swing of It Is most Irresistible. 1 am quite BUro that jou will llko it im-menselj-. The price of It is thirty cents. How many times have j-ou looked hopelessly at your skin and thought how secoy you looked, how dull and sallow . It seems that every onre and so often one's skin needs a kind nf renovating 1 Well, there Is a skill tonic which has been prepared bv well-known beaiitv specialists, and which In said will do the skin a world of good. H tone.s it up, .vou know, and Imparts a good, healthy look The price of a bottle Is flfiv cum 1 vc found a waj" lo kerp the limine fires burning without consuming too great a quantify of oal To bo sure, i as I write this i am more Inb rested In a spring suit and summer dresses, but that ks because It Just happens to be i warm But I doubt not that by the time I jou read this It will havo biroino cold I again Being an optimist, t hope and believe It. Hr.vscver, my being an op-t Tor the uamei or '-hops where ar tlelea mentioned In "Adventures With a I'urse ' can bo purchased, address Hditor of Woman's Page, nvENnvo Pubuo lajDOEn. or phone the Woman's Department, Walnut SUOO. Sapmik Infants d Invalid IJrffteOS Bifl9 THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Rich milk, malted pain, in powder form. For infanti, invalids ingrowing children. Pure nutrition. upbuilding ibtwholebody. Invigorate nursing mothers ui) the aged. More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc Instantly prepared. Require no cooking. Substitutes Cost YOU Same Pric I'ltnCW S' C.li ACWTU 'nrltv b.iv Ik the betd spender It all I mole lm than even the terrible world . ..,w. -. ..... ........ . . . nopfrfls on ibe per.-ons Individuality. war tnrougli w lilch we have Just passed Mrs. Wilson Answers Questions Jly dear Mrs. Wilson Will you please print a lecipo for cooking fresh pork which litis been in a brine'.' I tiied boiling it with --auei -kraut, but it was haul ntnl t cstc less. Mis. 1). II. I . To I ncik rit-klt d Pork MRS. H. H. D. Wash the pork in Of-lnlf riififul of F'iflar Il a' to thru might nn ami tlmi, pour ititn the pn I in "s'piinkli tlie top of lll w ilh on. p ipt'nl ni rm ni n i Mv ,. vou vi r Mi. much ' on Ih.ink im rci'ipi , mi brief. I bad my patient out of bed and feeling very lit and oh, my, how s.i-sv mm lolling jou thU because ! 1et vou are doing splendid woik; don't mind 1 1' jour patient kicks, i ou know In alvvajs fools no thuugli ou icnllj tnistri.it linn: that's good plenty of cold water. Place in a i.erf !th Hm ,t.(.- (.0. ,) ro1' """ l0 J""1 "'is way it helps saucepan and cover with boilinf.- al.-o voui kind offer of your help recovery. Keep it stout heart and water. Cook, allowing one-half hour to provitlo variety in liquid diet i follow the directions of your physi-1 'uiijm-u i.y u. iniyMiuni. uo'i, ni ciait very cioseiv. ponslst of coroals of any kind. To Cook Cereals hoft-boih'd eggs, poarlmd or raw ,. , , . . , ' . eggs, tnstuht postum, milk or t-oreals lcqtiire long, blow cooking cocoit for limakfast; one cupful of t0 dexterize them and their starchy beef tea and crackers and butter, content'". Tho firclesa cooker is 10:30 a. m. and 1 p tn. also. , ial for this purpose. To make ' 1 p. m.. consomme ot beef or ,,,v, ,im i -i i i lamb ur chicken bioth. with rice ' "nuK "f "'lo!1.b, h(ulev nml P10 or harlej in ii. Bread and butter. ollt' 'I1""' "' boiling water in the top ' Two sofl-boili 1 orgs, or poached "f the doubl" boiler and add one or law. .lunket. pust.inl. con, half cupful of oatmeal, cream of iatnd:,,Be,i:;;';,lp::;iU;::1';l,)l!!;:ali,'i: - . - -c-quarter cpi .ii.'Iiip. m. milk toa-t. two f.,ft- "f we-tt'hr. nee. barley or boiled otgs, poaelii'd or law. musli ; nomuiy. took tduwly for thrcn and milk or nutmeal gmd, breutj i houn and then rult through a line and butter, desserts us above, siovc and add What does the nhv.sieian inran bv .-,... .., , , . miuh and milk ancf oatmeal cruM? ""c W"' oom"0 '""'. to each pound. Kcmovo and then cut in thick slices. Brown quickly snd then, when tho kraut is ready, lay the pork on top of it sind serve. This pork may bo baked with ppas, lima beans, lentils and navy beans 'with splendid results. A. M. Menu for toast turkey or loast pig: ' Ojstrr t'licktatl Celery Olive- Roast Turkey Candied iJvveet Potatoes. Cuulillower Horseradish Tomato Satud P.oquefort DiciniT Charlotte Ituse Coffer Nuts JUiuins Are they not the same a.-, any terfal ? Make beef tea every day in tho nnr.lwtf tcaapom'ful of fait. This may be placed in a fruit jar meat with this menu. It will be equally good with either, herve cold wat. r and a littlo salt. Place cranberry jelly with tuikey r roast vessel on gas uinge with flame at lowest, so meat jm. (. ui-t smoked, until disk was heated (fifteen mm pig. c beer ten piurv ilnv in tho nnd Van ,., i, ... v.... r. . , Do not henitate to ehonC? ; you rl &5?!&Jg . Use a demitasse cup for serving and butcher, covered bv one pint of "-''son vvnn a clash of nutmeg. lo Make Corn-Meal Gruel Place one quint of boiling water in a double boiler and udd si. table-spoonful- of com meal Cook slowly for four hours and then stmin and season. Servo with whipped cream. Adding two well-beaten eggs to the corn meal gruel or cereals increases their food value. Corn-meal mush is just well-cooked corn meal cooked to the consistency of a ceical. Parisian Squares Dip soda crackers in hot water A-J.t nrfVv ' !iii&v4 1 -- It miisl In, ., tt". "low .Mow n" nerson Nothlmr is more wnrlhv of n unmans who will not return a kindness or even 'best lion iluu to ireale ,md m-ilntaiu show an appreciation of It: tlietefore, If a than and cninfortablr Utile lorner I wire vou I woulil drop tni nov s w iiere souis may gruw lowanl tlie ocsl lnw My dear Mr-. Wilson l- n-t, will you please print n n- ipe in your "column for crulb'is, the short, crisp kind made of cake dough? I am going to tiy your tloughntit-, which sound awfully good, but my family profen. crullers. Second, nlso kindly tell me how to hteam pudding, etc., in n tin can. Is the can set in another pan of wntor, and how far up should tho water come around the can? Third, is theio a baked brown bread or is it alwuy steampd? i K. M. II. I E. M. 11. -Vou will llnd the doughnut lecipe a rich, crispy cruller, riate the pudding in n greased mold and then set in a cleep kettle, having tho wntor two-. the sick diet it is most important utos), then nluced it in cooker for one hour. Was this right? ANo madi one pint of beef hi nth fiom one pound of round oi neck, small pirco of carrot, eelurv uud parsley, with tapioca, split pta- or beans of egg beaten up and added. Aro these correct pro portions of meat? Phvsician does not permit any fruit, fresh or dried, nor vegetables. My patient k,. ulnmn,.ti !it!.1n ran, I la r-ntflt- .. r,V"u. t, ..wi..'... ..,,,. ,.-, s.vii'l, I , (rtrt !, j . , ... ery tired or tnis limited diet. """ !""' imiiininieiy upon n nnKing Could you kindlv help me provide , sheet and bake for six minutes in a morevnnoty? Pardon this lengthy hot oven. Place in dish and cover letter, but thought if J explained Wlth ,oup iutar(i. more fullv you could u--ist mo ,,., ' , , , ta-trp. Thanking you in advance n" poking chicken, tiy this and f. r en enrlv renlv NL'RSE. of serving it. Place on a NL'RSE In prepaung food for , baking dish a small mound of cooked 'I his frock I- praiefullv novel. It is navy blue wool velour with bandi of the same in siallop effect. The lollar i vOiite silk A Daily fashion 1'alK by lorcnce Hose 0M-: of th lmidist problems of the designer in to provide the women who buy clothes with something oufrt cltntly different each season to satisfy their cravlnG for variety and something at the same time that Is not so novol or original as to frighten them Tor most women espei tally AnierlLan women are dreartfullv tltnld. They want some thing that thev rcgird hi exclusive" Irlenrlnhln anclnllv. as thero ale iimnj hitler ones In the world who would be onlv too glad foi a chance. .1. ' Hood advice, J. i. To Dlue Kves Blu Kves Send In stamped ad ' riietsrd envrlopr and'game.s villi be for warded to jou Ilolli re Wroiif r.far ''vnili i. -1 am onl.v elglili en and n Mranger li.'re I am ponsldrrnl puttv bv lir,th -i ." and was verv pnpultir in my bom' Iomi I lie otbei il.n I v i. inii'.ilui nl lo i Miildin lb -.(ineil to lilo tin and looli me out H'eril I tut p Tin n b.tur, In- lift tori. imp In tilnl I" l.isi me and I slapped mm and naid If Ik did It again Id stop going with him Thin in his letter lie said 'I send many kisses" I was ancry nnd did not write for a week. When I did write 1 said I would stop altogether It ho said i such things again. I thought I had mailed It, but I found it in my coat I pocket some tlmo afterward So I tent lit with all explanation and apology, but l.c never answered It , I llko this soldier vcrj1 well, but Im r.ot engaged or In love. I don t want to ' Irse hl3 friendship, however. What shall I do? The other day a friend of nihio said I that ono dav she "treated" her friend to a sundae, and her friend said. "I'll re member this v.lu n I gel my salary." ."he was angiv and H.ild that was not true friendship, io flu e arc ' mad " Who was wrong." .V LOAN i It. If jou have net vet beard fiom this soldier jou bad belter forget hhn. He I did not behave well when with jou nor I in hli letters There are plenty of good fish In the sea. mv near, so mm jour attention to jour nllur friends. Tho friendship doea not peem worth work ing for. Both jour friends are wrong to get mad about nirh a littlo thing. Condemns Ruth and Scott Pear Cynthia The letters from young peoplo answered by jourself with such kindly vvlrdom and tut afford constant Interest and amusement to our circle, chiclly becuuse hum m love must ever remain tho most absorbing of all topics Ve-xt In nolnt of intenst to me on the 'Woman's Page Is the brief dilhhle of In human endeavor The finest thine about It all im that the real jojs of life are tho'o that pomo to us through per sonal sacrifice. how to ni: n.M'i'T though maix mi:n I'erhans other readers will express their opinion on I'.uth and fcott l.one Trail The mountain ' purple afierglorv fled. And night fell Milfilv, pupped will in the hills I he while, sun furnace heated sands wi ro dead ; II.. desert Ixiiiblnl to a thou Hid thrlli't To" I. inly trad tint trickled through I ho sage To vi hid, al lat, about a bouldercd spilng. Was blotted like tlm hopeless eyes of age, h'o closed tl c landscape, llko a lidded thing. Tho hot, wild wind, with r.ob and whim pering sigh, Slept quivering on tho lono pajched mesa's breast Trom rocky dcu uud coulee umo the erv Of savage, prowling creatures, hunger prest. Then, timid raj-.s frr-in out tho darkness eamo And floated wide, like thistle-woven hair A frosted buhl le with .1 silver flame -liod'M sphndiil lantern swung above JIlNNir.' II Minis OI.lVHll In fontcin poiaiv .is. Wilder Parasols A man describing a. smart feminine costume, noted on the street, tor his w ite'a bineflt the other day, eomplettd his list of furs and ioat and bat and boots by saying "And tho carried a green ullk parasol " . "A parasol In Januarj," protested one ' of his hearers, doubtfully. Hut It really w.ih u parasol A winter parasol, or. In other words, ono of tho new umbrellas that ar s pretty and so dainty that thev iiiasipiarade us sunshades: on stormj' winter dajs They have long, decorative handles, with bracelet loons of eord or rings of pvroxjlln, smart, stubby ferrule w?fi0rJerJ 1624 Walnut Street Final Clearance Sale Monday, January 27th, and Thereafter Entire Stock of Millinery, Coats, Suits Evening Gowns Blouses, Dresses, Etc. melodrama termed And So They Wen ends and sllmly folding silk covers lu gay I Married" not be. ausn of the usual hues reasons for following -ueh paiiuium, nut - b, cause, being an nnti suirraglst lor tlie last ten years inverted from a auffraslst nnd feminist propaganda. This llttla bit of cainiiutlaged feminism, ao Insidiously tendered to the unformid mind of the embrjo woman villi more than offset all the priceless virtues that you are laboring to Instill. Your health, giving virus will not take In tho young while Doctor Bachelor Is on tho job at j'our side. To a woman happily married for many, many yearn, who knows that she ALICE G. PEARLMAN Children '8 Rcady-to-Wear Shop 129 South 16th Street thirds of the depth of tho mold Cover the kettle closely. To dry off the brown bread, reinovo tho top of mold and place in a slow oven for thirty minutes. Mv dear Mrs. Wilson Please publish a recipe for n good-shod rocoauut pie. Thanking you for nn early reply. I am Mbs A. R. C. Cnro.tnnt Pi' that the cook bo very particular as to the method of cooking and serv ing. Do not relax for one dav. I rice and on top of this, a piece of chicken, removing all the bones. Cover with cream sauce and fine bread crumbs. Hnke in a hot oven would like to tell you a littlo ex- for fifteen minutes. Prepare a slice penence of mine when I first came of toast, butter it and then cut in to Pennsylvania. Just starting out, ' inch squares and place together. I worked under one of Philadelphia', i Place on top of the toast nicely most famous physicians. He gave ci earned chicken, adding one well mo a case vvheic the fond was both beaten egg to the cream sauce, curative and restorative and very L'.-o macaroni and barley cooked limited in varietj, and 1 often think like rice. Serve liMi boiled with egg ' ,t ,oii.ir of win... Ottoman silk jet they are deadly afraid of wearing i has made good in her joh of being a wife .....Mnv .lint is not helne worn." nnv. anit mother, and who has bail oppor- ihlng that vull ir'ike thrm miking or I tunltv to observe the feminist In her !.nnV.i..i.n.is '0'n habitat, the gos p. I pnaiheil so ar- consplrtom. demly hy Miss n.iehelor is lying, cheap The designer does not even have the .nastv !t her go hack for liistruc- HuvaiuaK" "i "' "? tion to file vviso lore oi in" ijm lesiu- great extent, for though this jrar we ment Iet her read In tho Proverbs are going In for tolors rutin r more than iiuch things In refereiu'e to tho ideal wife 'n the last few seasons, vet when It nnd mother as "She rises while It Is et eotneH to the . veryday frock, the frock I dawn and glveth bread unto her house ..TL Jelimis. the smartly attired hold And let. her reflect on the sure woman still clingH to navy blue rer knsonr of the hardest things, then, that the designer has to do Is to produce a navy blue frock that w 111 bo at onco rein servatlve and different. Poesn't It seem to ou as If Just that had been u hlmd in tha model hero s-ketehed .domesticity unil home-making and at It Is made up in navy nine wool tl)( (,(inle (me remain m.essary to poor, velour wilh bauds of tho same put on ttmpl human beings lo whom thev had In ., allopeil cff.ii There Is u hand- hern rendering MTvh which are price- made glnlle of lilue ami wnne suit ami less. proposition that every wife Is a po. tentiai momer, Tho writer has come Into closo per sonal relationship with many women who had tho bee In their bonnets that thev tould havo their cake and eat It; in other words, could be Indlvlduallsta In tent only on self-eultlvatlnn or on foi lowing a chosen line of work foreign lo our STORE ORDERS BUY ANYTIIINn-ANYWHERH OurcuMomfrs.trnntrnnf!nttnthtoflt of any ono stora but may dltdj their pur en o ah to et the vry tt valuta. VehavetfntnhuMlnfsrnrovr27 veara and Invite th cloMMt acrutlnyof ourbutl npn mMhngw hv rKpnniilbU hnu"krfnra MARRIOTT DROS.,1118 Chestnut I PARIS NEW y0RK 1 (Ktpjlffl -T422 WALNUT SI PHILADELPHIA. it 5th Ave., at 16th St. Nciv York West of Bellevue-Stratford NAi Again let nie quoin. from the font of Miss A. R. CI.ine a pie tin with now of the way I pestered that doc sauce or broiled with plain butter , " '": 'T'I":i.!lT'T,'L',l.I,' I shall lose It. and he who loseth his life ..!. .mi iiiri, niiii.!. raw nml nun. to. An old I touch master chef sauce on toast. Lse a lanrer nro. I ri ... .. ..i.'.i.. ,..i ,.rinin.iu.. uin,.,, . for "5' k? "" " ", " in.. J ...,M .,,- ,.... ".-. - -- . . ..... fn H I .III. '."'I ..' .. J "IIIWL VT pastry and then place one anil one- to. .vn oni j m-iicii master cuei sauce on co..si. i.sU u larger pro-1 ,,, ,ih,llirtin and originality half cupfuls of milk in a bowl vvho taught me cooKing otten toiu poition ot none to meat in making making for cnnspicuouencss and udd Two eggt, Ithout i ti,o husinesa world Is topheavy today with misplaced energy Ilh tho energy me that theio wcro at least forty I beef broth. Follow the directions I (inquiries " solicited and may bo'of '""ried worneu who are ageing ways to fccrvo certain foods. To bo ' given you last week, ' "rJ.", "im. Z rtowic. bm. a week the whllo their husbands ana INTER IVIlLLINE-RV NONA 5- SQ.OO Sg.OO ALSO FURS AND WINTER APPAREL AT VERY UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS department itoret. s J.. -I. -- ... && ' MtlR t lot! V- L!iijy '