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12 EVENING fUBLIC LEDGEft-l'HILADELPHIA, THUBSDAY, vSEPTESIBEK 25, 1919 tt . - I i if i.r. .' m it. t .; i- '"vj j- m If IP 3' THE IMPORTANCE OF A WELL-SET k MRS. WILSON TALKS ON AN ATTRACTIVE BREAKFAST Holy to Set the Tabic in the Most Tempting Fashion and at the Same Time i'ot Make Extra Jr oil The Importance of Good Coffee and the Standard Morning Dishes My dcai Mrs. Vilon - I have read with much pleasuie ami "profit jour splendid articles on jhomc cookinjr in the paper. I am tVritinp to nsk your help, and 1 trust thnt I am not ns.Kinpr too nuch. I have si -mall child! en and do my own work, ami 1 wish you would toll me jut how to la the tabic and serve the thiee meals in a simple but collect way, with no unnecessary woi K for just plain, everyday living. My supply of silver i- very lim ited, but I wish to know and to teach my children to spive a meal corrects in simple style. Koi breakfast I have usually ceieal, hot cakes, opfrs and coffee; for din ner, meats of some kind, soup only occasionally, two vegetable and a simple dessert, pudding, pie or jjelatin. with iced tra oi coffee. For supper, canned or lu'sh fruit, cold meat sometimes r ilteesp, fieanut buttei or something- simi ar, and sometimes hot biscuits, sometimes cold bread. Now, the silver bolheis me: ju-t how much should one have tor oi flinaiy senice? I have only the one set of knives and forks, soup spoons, the oidinaiy teaspoons and, of course, the tablespoons for servinp the vegetables. If you will Rive me explicit di rections for setting the table and serving three meals foi eveiv day I shall be very jrratifu!. and I am urc others will be helm-d too. MKS. P. Making Breakfast Foi the mother of a family, it is quite easy to arrange the breakfast 80 that she will have ample time tn oversee the other vanous duties that are constantly demanding her atten- "Dn' i double boiler on the back of the Bos and girls todav, thanks tllanf,u, vvheie it will keep hot all the scout organizations, are anxious ,lfcrhti amj hpn .n th? morninB to learn cooking in anticipation of vvill be icadv to serve. the camping trips. 11ns i- a splen did opportunity to not only setuie their actual and willing co-operation. Greasing the kettle prevents the but to relieve the housekeeper of cneal sticking to the bottom. Re some of her duties. move all leftover ceieal at once from Breakfast is a liieal th.it is moie the kettle and place it in jelly glasses or less in a set form that i-, we i or in a bowl to mold, usually plan to have fruit and a A good cup of coffee will turn the cereal and one other dish and coffee, plainest bieakfast into a banquet, and perhaps lolls or bread. .When am lt lp vol.y easy ,mj sjmpie to each moment must be counted in the , make, and yet'how few of us have it. morning it is the wisest plan to ar- c of te coffM pQt h the mmt roiiKi: ii".- uiuiv m.l- ...k..l .,w... the table tho night before. Two methods are accepted, and in good form, for the arrangement of the breakfast table. First, tho use of doilies on the pol ished tabic and, second, the use of the white damask cloth, which covers i the whole table. To use the first method, eithei tho individual doilies or table runners may be used. The table must ho in good condition, free from blemishes, and maiks caused by hot dithes. Place a small bowl or vase in the cen ter of the table, with a few (lowers in it, or, lacking these, .some simple growing green. No family is so poor that it cannot set an attrac tive tabic. A small bowl of parsley. r chive or tarragon may be used; then these greens may be cut in small portions and used for .seasoning. Setting the Table Now to arrange or la the table. Place a plate foi each scixice about thrce-quaiters inch in from the edge of the table, then place the silver in position; place the knife and two teaspoons on the right-hand side, three-quarters inch in from the edge of the table, with the bowls of the spoons up and the blade edge of the knife turned toward the plate. At the edge of the knife place a watei glass filled about. three-quarters full . , of chilled water and the butter plate. Years ago, when it was consideied the correct thing to have the butter plate and later the biead-and-butter plate at the left nand, the Prince of Wales, afterward Kdwaid VII of England, declaied that this method originated in cosmopolitan hotels and that the butter plate was shifted to make room for the individual service and its use, in the airange - ment of the elegant table, was en- tirely wrong. The butter plate be - longs at the right-hand position on the table; this eliminates the soiling pf the sleeves by reaching. Near the butter plate sot the cruets containing the pepper and salt, if individual service is used for1, these seasonings. To the left of the platter place the fork with the tines turned upward, three-quarters inch in from the edge of the table and about one inch from the service plate. Fold the napkin and place it along - side of tho fork or, if individual rings are u&ed, at the top of the plate, ncarl the individual salt and pepper hold ?ra. I v Preparation Night IJefore Prepare the fruit the night before, $o that it may be lifted on a small tray and carried at once to the din ing room in the morning. When it is a, matter of economy the raw qereal, that can bo prepared over-1 night, should be used, as it will be J found to be the most economical, i Although it is wise to frequently make a change for the sake of va rlety. nnd serve a ready-to-eat cereal once in n .while. Cereals' requite long and slow cooking to doxterize the starchy con- tvilfc and to soften tho cellulose, and K -ii fpt- this reason the flreless cooker is ,'a twj'' lJeol. "way to prepare it Hood -' nfAnVprxTSaii lio mnile at homp If rip. I R.v MRS. M. A. WILSON "fli Vl'l. !' bu ln. W 4. ltiOH. Ill ,' (JM Cfl.il r,l. II liorc Cooking Movies Ire Shown This If eel; Hllli; ( iiokuit; mm'ii's in vvliiili Mi. J- M WiKuii sliouo how tn linki tiKt.v ilelh in ie ale kIimv n us f,i low (In witU Cliail.illc Kii..o Si fur twnitv livi ivnlii 'l"linr.ila I'riiinv ami Saturdiii. I'liiriniMiiil. Tvvi'titv -iith Mn-cl anil tiiriird avenue. I.i'liaiuin Ci iiinli Cnlie 'IV MTVillR-. fill IWI'lltV (I'llf-I i tin' Craml in Cmiiiii-u nil vvn'K (lueeii Viifini.i iimj;i Cnlti 'iliui'diiv. 1'inl.n auil Satmd.iv. I ll'ldln I'llllV Dllllll '-ttfl't ,im uiiill itnl ;n i'iiiii1 'sued, although a good fiieless lookei will amplv lepay the housewife foi the moii. spent foi it, and it will -av e its own cost in Irs than six month-, for you know that food can neithei bum nor evapoiate while in a fireless. To make the cetcal foi the aver- ( age family when you are ready to start the actual pieparation grease I the bottom of the cereal kettle thor- ,. ... , , ,oughly with n good shortening and then add One quart , wale,. One atid oni-luilf tt usmoid) ul salt. UiKig to a boil and add three- quarters cup of ceieal. Stir to pre - vent lumniiiL' and boil ranidlv for ten minutes, Stirling frequently. 'Now place in a tireless tookei oi Care of Coffee I'ot ilrlnol.t!ln. lhi Tn tj,rn.,),i.. cleanse it it should be filled with cold water and one tablespoon of baking ' soda added. Bring to a boil slowly and then let cool. Wash well in plenty of clear soapy water and 'rinse under cold tunning water for about ten minutes, then diain and wipe dry with a clean cloth. The dish towel that has been used Mrs. Wilson Answers Queries - No. Ilii7 My dear Mrs. Wilson Would jou kindly explain to me just how to make boiled salad dressing? I try every recipe I come across for tin-, yet never have success. It either curdles, gets too thick or not thick enough, or doesn't taste good. I am commencing to think I ne.er will be able to make it right. Also what is cream salad dressing, the same thing with ci cam substituted for the milk? It is impossible for me tp explain how much I apprecia'e this infor mation. L. L. To be successful 'in making thee dressings it is most important to be accurate in measuring. So for this reason use level measurements onlv. This, I suspect, is one of your troubles. Boiled Salad Dressing Place in a saucepan One-lialj nt) of tratcr. One-half cup of rinegui. Four level tablespoons of ftour. Stir to thoroughly dissolve and , I then bring to a boil, and cook for I ! thiee minutes. Now place in a small bowl 1 qiip (gyt ' Two tablespoons of vinegar, One teaspoon of salt, Tlvo tcaspoons of sugar, Three-quarters teaspoon of prilca, a One-half teaspoon of mustard, Four tablespoons of salad oil. , Beat to thoroughly mix and then ' i add to the cooked vinegar. Mix, beatingvery hard to blend. Remove ' J the mixture from the fire at once i and cool. If you desire the dressing 1 to be thin add a little evaporated milk to thin to the desired con- sistency. To make cream salad dressing add one-half cup of thick, sour cream to the above dressing. No. 123o My dear Mrs. Wilson Pleate publish your recipes for a covering for a French app!e cake orprune cake. Also a recipe for French crullers. Thanking you in ad vance, G. M. H. Use a cream puff mixture for the French crullers. Make the French apple cake like peach shortcake. To prepare the apples pare and cut in thin slices, and then place One cup of sugar, Four tablespoons of water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. J Add ine quart of apples nnd shake iho pan. and cook slowly until the nnnle nro Clear. Ihen cool flnrl nsp SER VING foi the bieukfast dishes will not do. Use a clean cloth, kept especially, for this pin pose, and then place the pot in a sunny window for a few hours. You know all metals aie porous and that the heat evpands and opens, as it were, the pores in the metal. The volatile and essential oils of the coffee penetrate into these pules and, unless the pot has eaieful attention, it is impossible to have a dependable cup of coffee for every day. l-'icnch toast, waffles, fried sciap plo or mush or creamed dried beef or fish, hot cakes with bacon, sau sage and eggs occasionally aie usu ally the standard breakfast dishes. Next week: Teaching sonny to pie pare the bieakfast. Instructions on othei meals will be given latei. The Woman's Exchange To Rernove GreaseSpot '" r. i,ior nl w0Kau , race ' 'er Madam Would you kindly nrint n the question box the best way "' "1h,(;', " Krca??, Hpot ay be rc- linoinl from a white rnnvns shoe? I , , JnrH OI1 it tlen ashpil it ,,.., snap, hut neither 1ir;ped. So I would lil" "' hr ", soon n" W"- '' -' " 'ii -liouliln'i have put the laid ou and peiliaii-. it will bi u little difficult 1 1" iriiiovi. the -tain. Ti.v nibbing ether """ Tlii- is iullainmable. so be eaie- i ml Mourning Etiquette .. '. I ihioi nt 11 ni.imi'j 1'auf Iie.ir Mndaui N it puqicr to wciu n platinum vvii-t watih on a silver band ' while in miiiuning or should it be worn mi a bl.ii k band? And how ubout a' il in in. .ml sit in onjv'- S. I.. T. It. The -ihir band is limui-sibli", but! the blink hand would look better. Anyilhe eye of eai h conspn amis iewelrv is not good form ' win n line is in mom mug. The Question Corner Toilaj's Inquiries I What is meant bj the "coibedle ile manage"? - In sending regiets in tcply to a foimal invitation is it uecessary to give a reason for declining? "! Do letters of i (indolence lequilC an answer? I Describe n veij new tjpe of silk shade used ou a floor lamp. .". Mow is an egg shampoo given? Ii How din an uninviting-looking hall be made to look inoie nt- II in live ami in-j ? Yesterdaj's Answers 1 The ioi ti ait social is one m whuh all the games are based on por tiaits (ne amusing stunt is tn make each guest draw a picture of him in her self and have the others --guess who." Another is In Lmi Ii 1 u huge wooden cardboard name covered with gilt paper and In e.iih guest pose inside this. The others must try to make the "piitiirp" laugh. Then foifeits ii I e paid. ' 2. When the hair has to be sham pooed frequently a little oil should be nibbed in the night before washing in prevent drjiug out. (live nil nr vaseline vvill do :'. (innsj wallpaper can be freshened b) dusting freely with Trenih i hulk nr powdered magnesia and allnwiug this tn remain on. A pirre of ait gum will remove the more glniiug spots. 1. In cutting down men's lollies -ave the worn parts to be used as interlining for children's cents, etc. ."i. Old newspapers torn into small picies and put into vases and bottles with water will make them dear and clean. Shake w ell (!. A little pamphlet issued bv the government will help to rid a house of rats and miie It can be had free bv writing to the Bureau of Biological Survey, Washington, P. C III i' , "i ' ; . (it$aWS?(l) . .' ; ;''"'"'" .".' .-. "SfSSSfSSfSmlSBSieLr-' 7 v,, , ,, . 4 i y rTrT"-ivj . v- .-, , v j i" . 1 rmHXMgr is -i.-is irassgaaragw f : - XXsT v--- -VXX " mmm!Xm&Zr SSOmmagstK djenuyer ;; ; fm informal shoeing m a- ' 1214 Walnut Street V jfff 0F . VIS ;'- fe ' ill Fashionable Furs n hi 7 -.'' ar- ' hi uidhi. imvai DistinCtlVC S-x " f I Iffl 3Ir- Wenger has assembled, to gratify the jMJ 'tV jilt'- 4) V; Wm most exacting desires of his clientele, the most :" Afternoon L -i HI m luxudous presentation of M " ' v, ivl .JtEt " Wm, 'broadtail-sablks Mmi z1 t i zrm?i?d V isiv rucMUA.x caracul and &W 7 JfrOCKS X $Mtt&m t Wk DYED MARTEN NATURAL mM I , ffPllff '' ' DAUK RUSSIAN SABLE yjfiiftm '-; Benguyer presents Mg i T-.' JBJflr I many unusual and orig- ffBSMjf S'ip-311 inal modes in afternoon ( KfeflH "' -' ''0' , , ' 7T They are .fashioned in IRr ' ' T T f YT i ' 4 the exquisite fabrics PflBf j llOUSe OT W QXXQ.QV - such as silk duvetyn lr t'f : . ' UV, and other soft textile. iT'? 179Q Y-U..4- Ct ' III I 4 ' 1 I'hone Walnut 1308 ' Furriers and Milliners TABLELITTLE GIRL'S A PRETTY DRESS . FOR A LITTLE GIRL W: W:i A dress thai (oiihl lie made from remnants or left-over pieces. The sash and buttons are a feature. 'lorenie Hose: A n.iil.v Fn-hion Talk bv TKAl t A- T( Iti: suir. at this time of the vrar.";"""'""'"1 ' ,ll,,il' company, as do , . , other chaps also, tin tn lietwcrn sra-on. one ni'ver sie I .. ... . . , , , a gicit nitinbi r of wcll-dre-spil women, but oiliei jenis theie have bei n mote, it so.Miis tn inc. tlii.ii ttiis one It takes only nimnioii sens to leal ie what is (lie tioilble just at pie-cut. We have, nio-t of u. fur the time being, lost our sen-c of stjle, due to th fact thnt for two jears we have made over the old duds and made things (0. until individual' has bei nine an nstoiucd tn the impel feet. The iihunge will come in ntliie nulv a- 'women wake up to this situation ' Clothes inn be made over si, g. tn ie itain their -fvle jiift about s lnng The 'length of time must be discerned by the woman hei-elf. Anyway it is good for us to leniemher that nothing will Iat forever in this world. i A frock for the young miss i- shown I today. It seemed to me that, where 'one had pieies left over, thej might1 . be utilised in this way. The upper pait , of the frock is made of moire and the! lower pint and the belt of velours. The, dress buttons down the bat k with ve- i i lour buttons. The (ollnr is nf lai e. ' ' The hat is of beaver, dimmed with a ribbon which ties in the back. This I is one of the lir -t models this fall for the girls. Hopvrphr mill i riorenct Ho-. Fix Your Ribbons Spie.id the ribbon flat on a smooth, I hard surfm e like a table top or a nim ble slab and sponge or brush with hike warm water in which a little mild soap , ha.' been dissolved. Itlnse by holding 'the ribbon stretched between the hands loud passing it through a bowl of ilmr I wafer of the same temperature. Pry , bv spreading it out straight und flat 1 tn a smooth, hard surface. Draw the I hand gently over it to press out air .bubbles vvhidi may have formed undei I the libhon mid would make it look . "blistered" when dry. IF YOU LOVE- Floicers you should be interested in THE CENTURY FLOWER SHOP "" Below Chestnut St, ti " t vllaS Please Tell Me What to Do IJy CYNTHIA Why They Like "JJo'lls" Urnr Cinthln You vv llloveilook my 'Intrusion into voitr jireelnct, 1 hope, (ns have been riiKiiginK in a lather Inteicsting tete-a-trte with jour next door lieighhor. Miss 1 - Don't -Know -Iler-Nimio, tliotiRh she docs offer splen did ndvire and praiticnl too 1 shall try to sntlsfj "Ilusiness (JirlV curiosity, "lie ihiims "Hint most boys seem Ithej do m,t rmt to prefer painted 'dolls. J'H tell you and ;ict 1 won't, ion must answer this jnur-elf. 1 ask: hy do most, if not all. girls piefer painted dulls to-,aK dolls'? C,v the point? I ,ini refeniiiK, of course, to pie-iuldWpnt mnliN. ;'hv iln tliev prefer the satin to the giiiKhiim : the "UK in ine (otton. too? Xow. look into yourselves, niJ. sni,ct ,(.li,.i,,S , ,.,. pare and consider. I)oe any one blame you for wanting the iwW fnd the nfee to the old iiinl tli .,,..i;,,. , v I tninly not. Then eonsliler us. .vou , girls. 1 am (oniins bnik at .vou now. . Helert the l)(;st looking, host dressed, best dancers and best spenders from mining us. Whj ? As, jumselves: ic-vei-si. tho tabic and thno j(M1 n,.c MUs "liiislnesg (;ii." A chap wants l he iimisunl and viwieious; the prosaic ami mediocre he ignore when he can have the former A nifrlj (lre-si.,1 gii I is a pleasure to look at. Tsn t shi now jn dnintv white skirts and streamline highly -((-nreil sweater with smooth, glistening hair and the fine touched up a bit. I I think dress makes thP num. But jou sa,v how about the girl with brains? ! I ask, what person under twpntv.fi gives a rap about brains? Tho beau tiful ignoramus educated in subtle win ning wiles and ways overcomes the adoring male; her divinely beautiful mental sister. Ignoring outvVard ap pearance", is left to herself nml in cIks- iprrntlon asks "Whv do boys prefer the i painted dolls?" I personally detest iiiem nnu vvouai never want one for a leal friend but I lind nleasure and i mi win nun1 nil-, i Know, inr say ing that all our nlip fall-haek-ons are all nonsense us .Miss l-IMu't-Knovv- Hcr-Nnnip said, usunllv the ones tone est in virtue are shortest in claims, finis, for coodness' sake tiv to ilrcs- 'well, no matter where. Pnn't be lav lish. but be neat, clean and try to pre- ' ness. it is originality anil the unusual stc uiai .unnuu.v -inorniuc irisn new thnt impress us fellows: jou can't inipiess u stranger with jour beautiful mind, but jou can witli jour clothes. Then again, "Business (Sii-i," jou IIIIIIIPliMlllllllllllllllMllMiilliilllillllillllllll!! JRSk II ftir fmr jlHlJiwiHi y V OTirlRliPiuJ fflfiffllimriiiffiffla iLmlj l " itflftl w '-' -' - - - II f If il if i rf"' ' - IfWIfgr' filn.oTf Iff UBIHP .iC ( rflfftinllOTf tl&i&f fJSxflM'1' lUlfln R ill ' &mwBi III J II Nl kl SMIL FifflBW I Af BW MljH I School Days are Klein Days , Mothers, give the children Klein's! Let them have it every day for their recess lunch teach them' to enjoy it. Aside from being a most deliciously tasteful chocolate candy, Klein's has real nutritive value. Every bar the children eat is equivalent to drinking a tumblerful -of sweet, creamy milk. Klein's is always twenty-four hours fresh. On pale at all candy and grocery "Lots of Milk Smooth as J&wsddTEw. (glbumf a. 127 N. 13th Jufl-ft-lV i'i I'm' V ' ' MWU DRESS IN may hove been unfortunate in jour ee lert'on; there are the right Bort that I know positively. 1 would like to in chide myself In that category, but I piefer to hnvc others place mc there. Don't save your Sunday clothes for one day when only a dozen people sec you ! wear them to work where many, many people see you mid ate impressed by jou but take good caie of your np purel. (Jlct tho idea? In regard to jour conclusion 1 can sav I never yet demanded a kiss on taking a girl home. I Jind pleasure enough in escorting Iut However, if the ghl desires to In- asked and en courages, I don't see such great harm done In kissing her However, tho girl should ba careful lest her encourage ments be mlsinterpieteil. Don't forget, youth is youth, and if jou desire some one not to look deep into your eyes nnd not to blush nml not to hold jour band and not to some times nsk for a kiss why, get your grand, grand, giand fad infinitum) daddy! I was once veiv. veiy idealistic but now, as Miss (the next door neighbor) said: "This is a practical world so we must llvo accordingly," I should love to meet you. Miss "B. Ci.," but jou know Cynthia is hard down oil that "ehancc acquaintance ' stuff. 1. too, am nineteen but I've learned a bit. Here's luck to you, "Business Girl." I hope you meet the i-Jdit sort. UOMANCK. T. S. l!y Miss I-Don't-lCuow;-ncr. Nome I mean the person who writes on the extreme right o jour column. Cyn thia. An idea just lame why doesn't bht assume a title? I havp been talkiug to Miss Next-Poor-Neighbor and she says she is soi r.v to have been responsible for the plunge into the frivolous practicality. It wasn't at all what the meant to do. Adventures With a Purse L PL WIUTING this Adventure, I am taking quite a chance, for the pins are so pretty, nnd arc so well liked, that they are going fast. But if you I look sharp, there may be a few of them left. They arc made of a new platinum ; finish, which comes nearest to looking i like real platinum than any I have ever seen. The design of each pin is un- douhtedly copied from very expensive models. The tiny brilliants are exeep- 'tionnllj well cut, and the entire ap- I iiearance of the pin is lovely. These ... , i ;.. j mns "'-" 'l'c now ran ge Ir"m ? "" lo '' One shop has nn unusually smoit collection of jet combs and barrettes. ,ri Bar in the Gretn Wrap. per Mores, druggists and newsstands. Silk Eat One Every Day" St., lhila. MMMMM ...... J THE SHOPS CYNTHIA DEFINITE WAYS TO TELL WHEN A MANS IN LOVE Otherwise Yon Needn't Bother' Believing Him,, No Matter What He Says Tin: time dUcussloui we have had from me to time in this column record. lag the cheap protestations of love so glibly passed nbout among many o our young pcoplo have led n reader. M. A., to ask the following question : "What are (he real signs of love on a man's part?" ' Of course, a mere woman waiter is not infallible, Jr. A., but she can give you (he benefit of much itudy of the Bubjeet. When.n man begins to take. the atti tude of a sweetheart, father and friend all rolled into one, I should say he is on the rond to being really "serious." teihaps you wonder that I sav father." Hut that Js a salient fea ture of love the element of wnnting to protect that enters into it. The man who truly carei for a girl, for in stance, is as solicitous for her health and her well-being as her parents are. Like those at home who love her, he too wants his girl always to do the right thing. This deshe for goodness is a subconscious aiming to look up (o the woman n man loves. TWo ,.. u. element OI , --..... VULWa II1C where love renllv is "Mine nome uere are some of them: T,, , ' ',, A ""ly aud weekly plan for housework. "ie man who leally cares for a girl I reducing the hours of working dav is uot dependent on KenHm.tu(.. .. ...i,.. i...u.i i... . "'" oay SeTisr "P T iD "Pr "W- : savins (hnT by simX , ,V-,..i 1 dTn4ent 0n nniiouiby convenient workrooms, by effic en entertainment. ,Tu9f to be in her pre., utensils and working c ulen t. I Some are in the bright finish while others arc of dull jet. The combs arc those narrow-topped combs with the long teeth that look so well when jou wear your hair in a French twist. Some of the barrettes are fashioned like tiny uus in omcK riDuon nnd are most ef fective. You will find quite a range of i prices, too 1.15 up. I T saw an exceptionally well designed pencil to go with your brass desk set. It consists of Rix- round columns of brass hollow and just pencil thickness. The I pencils stand vertically and the center column is square, holding an eraser. Thig is quite n novel addition to the desk set. The price is 1.75, . j 1'or names f Shops, addrw.. Woman's rase Editor. I'hone Walnut 3000. sv,.rjw,vr: Autumn Brown Kid Special $10 illnstratrd with fab ric top; also with Itlsrli XV c o t e r e d heels. 9 are belorr vvliolesale present cost. Further evidence that there are no extravagant prices in these two big shops. Cf Fall footwear fashions were never smarter. Here now the moderate prices will surprise and please you. Jhe Harper Shoe Go. WALK-OVER SHOPS m etvMy Babv Was 1022 CHESTNUT ST. 1228 MARKET ST. ef ' ' I 1 . J V . T SHALL never forget that dreadful day X when x wondered f anvthincr ever agre'e with mvbaby. Of course, I had tried to nurse him, as every 'mother should. And wc had tried almost everything, it seemed but he wouldn't gain weight or L-..tvc me pint cuccks i prayea tor. And then our old doctor said 'Let's try Nestle's Milk Food Vou know that it is made out of milk it's the nearest thing in tho woria to mother's milk. They add cereal and sugar to it just the right amount and the tough milk curds are broken up and easier to digest." As I write,' a sturdy, two year old plods gravely up to me and the dreadful day seems far away for my baby is well. Nestle's is very easy to prepare Nestle's is pure milk in powder form that is already modified and does not require the further addition of milk. Always pure and safe, always uniform and free from the dangers of home modification, Nestle's has stood the test of three generations and hai ttday tht larzut salt tf any baby ftid in tht nutria". FREE! Enough Nestle's for 12 feedings, Send the coupon ! MCHTMS'rt ItlOI) COMIWJW, Inr, Unit, SS. 130 Wllllnni M,, N, Y, Clt rlciK lend hi Ine em bock niil picnic NUiS......M,...H.MM.H..M.......HM..W.M... X&MM.b.... Stilt ence is happiness and divcrsjon for hiin. A lull in conversation, for instance, does not bring on boredom. It rather enriches being the silence that comes between perfect friends, rich in mutual and sympathetic understanding. UTHAT I have b on j-ou in nil been trying to imprcs-i this definition so far in that love has absolutely nothing to do with the cheap, tawdry exchange of sentimentality advanced in its name. But the most practical and substantial proof of all that points this out I have snved for last. When a man loves a girl he goes seriously into the business of working hard to provide a home for her. The love-making of Borneo him self can never take the place of this. If this symptom is missing, you don't have to look any further to know whether he is serious or not. As Regards Time There nie many ways to save time in sharing work among members of family. Ladies' Silk Hose Special Value I ..'i'Sl!4 "i"1 Colors IJHST quality silk: Illark, white and (otoi's. Also iuii one or Lr dies'. Children's A Men's Hose. 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