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tfWW- WWif im Rice in saucepan Twe tftartj 0 stemmed and stashed ttrsubemts, One and one-half pound of young iftfli of rhubarb out m small piece,, TAr peundt of sugar, Juice of ttce eranget, t OM'half cup of candied ginger cut in tiny 6it, Ontha cup of candied citron out in ((up sift, Oite.half cup of candied cherries cut m ny bilj, ,0 eup of almonds cut in small pitess. New tie He following piceu in a fine pure of cheesecloth and add te mixture, coekinj in the preserve kettle: One teaspoon of cinnamon, Je teaspoons of ginger. me-half teaspoon of allspice. One-quarter teaspoon of cloves, One-quartcr teaspoon of aniseed. i securely before addinr te pre hCteketVei Cott "tu until thick 2rt 2S?tadei laukln carc that u does Ki!? . ; nnd th.en tutn sterilized i1.iV2j iKI' and cover the tP with te Ivf .P"a.ffin flnd Mnl wlth P 1? 8uaLmann?r' "wwtmeat lldeus with cold boiled or baked ham. Strawberry and Raisin Conserve Wice in preserrlng- kettle One package of seeded raisins, Om package of seedless raisins, rtute'jKsr cup et candied citron Jnta,'?up of cHl Singer, Mce of four oranges, ' iiee pounds of sugar. z we quarts of crushed strawberries Jce trade of mace, . K" of candied aineer " in itaianiner as for marmQlade,. Either WckiherV, raRb',''. blackberries "My te de up 6emc of eath. Apritet and Strawberry Conserve euVnd0n.PL8Uind of faney dr,ed Prf- Kri In morn n-add ' the Mr en? CnuV .f 8Ufar for ach C"P tuw . ' nml strnw "rrv nuree- re. S,eW,J"t Uml M H ,''" Poe e mace, S-'ffl li.l ..."-; ''V" J"'?; in boiling sirup made of one-half cup 01 sugar Three tablespoons of tenter. . Stir te dissolve the sugar and cook for three minutes, and then dip the Eaner in the simp while it is boiling et and place en the conserve. De net cover tbe conserves until cold; the Persian housewife alwa.vH nieces these conserves in n sunny window for one neur Dcrerc sealing,, then seals se ctirelv. If you de net have metal covers for the tops of the glasses or Jars, then tie sccureiy wun neavy wnite paper and din, after tying en the" glasses, in het melted paraffin. Thte will provide an airtight top covering. Stere where mice or rats cannot attack. DREAMLAND ADVENTURES Mr. Bear's New Jeb I By DADDY fi7..4 VJ lilllfl loveirt Irian ffS. VVWSWt ucw jwvw.s wiu.s ue en Makg of Geed Conserves and Jams K strawberries May Be Combined With Tart Currants, .With Raisins or W lll trica piww i iiviv a isvuvieua mm rwn If Turkisn reurri, 100 py MRS. M. A. WLSON rS Cnv"'' "rights rtttrvti f ttriTH the canning season Just in tne ufrneVrrollrctlenof deitcTSui WLSC Persian Kitchen. The i JrV.l housewife Is truly n past mis l 22.7'n theart of preparing rtd con; P 'ttimr the fruits in season, and many Ship methods are very simple ana qu.ic J'v te folio"'. They will add real a Ji te the preserve closet. in s'ceny California town en the 'J,'rSl had the pleasure of vislt vislt teVfhehSme of Madame Tassacjehne, ihe ii a real Persian? a dainty, sloe slee !iSl b'lUtT, who hart a wealth of Orl.nt.1 cllnsry lore tucked away In hfThw?pyreydllttlr youngsters, playing . ihided and screened perch, tell the .Tery of iWb motherhood, and In rnretty HHInj: voice she remarked that she wis quite anxious te learn modern taieT the best feeds. TeVthe man of the family, the hus hind and father, she still cooks the f"ds he likes best, and at each meal Sere Is a jar of delicious sweetmeat rlced en the table. The conserves are Brlental, but are made with our native fruits, w I hasten te bring the recipes Je you, se that ?ou, tee, may add them te your prcscrrc closet. Conserve of Strawberries Plice In preserving kettle Twe penrf ef granulated svgar. One and one-half cups of hetting Wttr. Heat slowly te dissolve the sugar, ind then cook for three luinucs. Select line strawberries, wash with the stems ea and turn en a ciotn-cevcred tray te dry; remove the sterns and drop in the boiling flrup. Cook until soft, then lift with skimmer nnd place In half pint 1 Jar. As seen as you have a layer about one Inch deep, sprinkle very lightly with dusting of nutmeg, mace and allspice. Rtpcat until the jar is full apd then fill te oerflewing with some of the het ulrup, adjust lubber nnd seal securely. New place in deep taucepan, se that the uatcr will cecr the jar at least tne inches, and cover with warm water; bring te boil. Bell for twelve minutes, remove the jar and store in usual place. Strawberry and Currant Conserve Plsce in preserving kettle Twe quarts of mashed and stemmed ttrtwberries, One quart of eunants stemmed Twe pounds of sugar. Juice of one orange, Juice of one lemon. Heat err slowly until the sugar melts and then cook until the mixture In thick like marmalade. Kill Inte ater lllted glasses and store in the usual manner. Madatne Tassaejehne always places a spire bag In this mixture while cooking, and if you like the spice flavor you may add it, tee. Place in small iquare of cheesecloth One blade of mace, Three clex.es, Thrce pieces of candied ginger, Tite allspice, One-half of a nutmeg. Tie closely ahd keep in the preserving kettle r,hile the conserve Is cooking. Turkish Peurrl .. . - . . . - "- f . ' . . T' ' I' ' . .'. l...J . - n .i .fiii t.. 11 1 rWf. EM mm$u - HftirdreMing new Ti Marcel (Real JENNY 2fl Chestnut RMI1 244 Phrae Wit. 1H7 Ons Flight Ve irk'a i;t(t Blyls 1 Motifs. Special I r 8MeBleR) IS. SO Bl. I SELTZER'S SALON I WJSTLI88 STEM. KNIVES It K.My w,!i!- ji jmI I M SSsllSSSS'itiei''' rT!l 1 I) 'WGewrilfifr I Perminent Hair Wa?mf 25 CtJRLS. 115 Eitire Bobbed Heads, $25.00 BpmU! preeetafer tray he Den by Mt Bprtt MME. I. L. HEOKER 25 SOUTH S2ND ST. .Opt Evpr. ex. Wed. Bl. 10-170. Perky Squirrel and the birds urge Jack and Janet te free Celd Xese, the bear, from a magician who has made him a slave. When Jack opens the deer of the cage, the bear, refusing te come out, grabs him. CHAPTER m The Matfclan's Charm JACK wag in the grip of Celd Nese, the bear. The big animal hugged him close ; bis face was burled in worm fur. .Tack remembered what 'he once bad heard, that a bear'-j hug is werne than his bile; that he could crack a man's ribs ns easily as a boy cracks an Easter egg. Jack wenrercd if Celd Nose would crack bta ribs. .Tust a little harder squeese would de it. Janet wasn't going te let Jack be bugged te death if ahe could help it. She seised Jack's waist and tried te pull him away from the bear. She might just as well have tried te pull a beef steak away from n bulldog. Up nbove the birds were circling in great excitement. "Don't hurt Jack!" they screamed at the bear. "He Is your friend, lie h trying te break the spell of the cruel magician who has made you a slave!" These words seemed te put the bear In a fury. "He shall net break the spell," he reared fiercely, "I'll fix him se he can't 1" Jack felt the bear's hug tighten. The breath was squeezed out of him; his ribs hurt. He couldn't stand that smothering crushing another minute. Things began te grew dark, Then suddenly a sharp voice rang out. 'Dinner!" cried the voice. "Din ner!" lt That cry had an Instant effect upon the bear. His hug loosened; he let Jack go, and turned with an eager whine te the deer of the cage. There steed the magician. In his hands he bore a large covered pan. The magician put the pan en the ground and took off the cover. Celd Nese, grunting with joy, buried his nose in the pan. "Who are you?" the magician called w Jack and Janet In a shrill voice. "De you own this bear?" This question surprised the children. They thought the magician would claim Celd rsose os his slave, 'N-n-neS" 'stammered Jack. "Then why did he hur you when you came?" asked the magician as if a bit jealous. "He hugged me because he was go ing te cat me," answered Jack. The magician stared at him with surprised eyes. "Hew silly you talk," he cried in his shrill voice. "This isn't a bey-cating bear. He is a nice tome bear." Jack couldn't answer that, se Janet spoke up, "He Is tame because you hae made him a slave with a magic charm." The magician looked astonished. "Magic charm!" lie shrilled. "Beheld the only magic cbann I have used!" He pointed at the pan. Celd Xese raised his head for 11 moment, te catch his breath, and they teuld leek within. There they saw scraps of feed. As they looked Celd Xese lowered his snout again, and greedily culned down the re maining scraps, cmpting the psn. 80 this was hew the maslcian had cast his spell ever Celd XeRe, "Come. Celd Xese!" sang the birds. "Come te the freedom of the great weeds. Come and hunt for grubs and honey." Celd Nese licked the pan and smacked his lips. "I like this feed better than grubs, or even honey, and it Isn't se muth work finding it." "Lazy bear! Lasy bear!" creamed the birds. "Yeu are foolish te sell jour liberty for a pan of scraps." Celd Xese frowned when they called him a laxy bear. "But I have a Jeb. tee," he pro tested. "I have n Jeb I like much mere than idly reaming the forest. Come with me and see!" (In tomorrow's rhaptar .lack and Janet learn what the bear's new job Is, and they find it most surprising.) Uptown's Fr?r"' Millinery Sttra Newer and still Smarter Miles WiM Tli SUrp. Where Year HtM? does the Farthest The Old Original MVLDOON'S ' 1187 COLUMBIA AVE. EUbUhed 80 Teare .. "If lF New We Hjve It" .OPEN EVKY EVENINO Frankly De ypu net ewe it te your relatives and friends, and te yourself, te have a Charaplain Portrait? Then what better occasion than your birthday this year? Surprise them. During this month, we make the unusual offer of three of our large 7x11 por traits with folders, for only $3.00. This ad must accom pany your erdpr. CHAMPLAIN STUDIO J311 WALNUT ST. rhene Walnut 1210 Bay Ben-Gay at any drag stare and you will set m tube erf the original French Banme Bcageei (Analftf sique), then apply as fellows t rub the painful part with the Baume until the seething, comforting warmth gives complete relief. Keep a tube handy for Neuralgia. THOS. UBHTNO & CO.. NEW YORK B shorter Miles & Minutes by "The Reading" seashore service is unexcelled AtUatlP CnV. Oceei Cttr. Stan Her ter. Wlldwoed, cape M17 TtcktU. Chestnut Bt renv: Keeelas Tenaiul; dt Ticket Off., 1S41 Cteetaat. FEXLADZLPBZA, Si SUDim 8T8TZJI AUaaUe Cltr Btilmd K RE3TRUNC, 2U t tOc O fe lis sjSmsmsm v-rfK (3R?ENTM.ltimS C'rantna., Rtialrta. Itertss H.TERZIAN ".Ve. IStfc'ana Wafael'SU. WANAMAKER'S rvmarrwvsvwswmF'i s.;'?? "fwnnniwr i'lwi. rciB.WK'j'wsriMi".1.j .:'' ' ywwn t- er ih4r. .fa it t-j-wt w.iw - -'i it imMi.1 j - ( - j i "t ',fr! 1 mi T"i '1 T , m. nmW HaMMMMaaMaaeMMBi v , :. ... MAY 3, 1J2 WANAMAKE1 Permanent Waving by the Nestle System "JNKCTO" nepld Heir D)-lnc. All Kinds of Italr Wnrlc hv Mrtn Kxpecla N. W. THEE Jyl St 8a. Olh . (Wal. 8111) Wanamakers Down Stairs Ste 1 'i Par r-KNITTING W001- t.l415i BEADS AH Kinds, All Shapes, All Sizes At Ettremrlr Iw Prices Novelty Embroidery Ce. 15 N. 10th St. Grsstd Fleer Stera 1007 Filbert St, THE TRAINED NURSE 1NFANTSH0P 1810 Chestnut St. Special This Week Infants' Haad-Made Slips, $1.50 TJiraexul Tslae. Fiie SUk-ud-Woel Shirts, $1.10 Phene, Spruce 2193 Permanent Waving by Oil Our new OIL method in n ires your hair against breaking or losing its lustre. OIL steaming only takes 10 te 12 minutes and we fully guarantee every wave. Henna Tinting Th" only safe method. I-lBlit, medium and dar brown shades. Hair previously spoiled by dye3 will be restored te proper color. Phene, lecuet Special for Men! All -Weel Spring Suits, $25 ae?7 BBBBBBSBBBBBBBBSBBBslLaV I Refreshing and P I I invigorating n asce J Teas I pkg 1U i rlb pkg 23c; lb-pkg 45c Orange Pckec Mixed Old Country Style S India Ceylon Plain Black 1 , At all our Stores I ' I PUT I twmmHsBSfBBsVal W ni . iimww msmMMmmmmwmmm Little Benny's Notebook By Lee Pepe when cold nfr wi.i, " ,?' """ " ..j . ." 'in urn linrnlliii "jkcaiw ih ri,K.- . . . .. :"" "Vl "'"J "el et jnr t'licrrj- Conscne """ m piesrrvlng Kettle lf Wndi of thcr,ics after tte. tnfTpclrudntdapri- uice el Uce eranne. n..- "4P f Ornpa juic. W) X !,. U hour. uiie.ouerfw i-i.'ZL'. B, 'i'"i or mact. hfan,fP very slew, fnp A. -,-r'i root ifn. i'"' ."" nuur. Wlld iIssms. r iaa' and XarQ " r. . GWfruH ,1am .WK&'lnWTW in W "d Wr this pu lp n iV-i Die?r,p pi "' - W nd add ' ,Ue Pe"!na( Thuts inreurugiiis, jpnisf, ' 'V'tll thick like 111. ' Olere ll Klusta an fn ii. itVA.'iW.: 'K.fil&MiS The reports was auve out In skoel today, mlnp being exter bum, and after MippJr I wan wemlnltiK hew te biake tlm news gentle te pep en iitreunt of me belli sippescd te give him nil my reports te j.1110. and I wntchnd hlni looking nt the jeaks In the pappr till he utiirted te leek ns If it weuldent of took mutch mere te make hliu miiIIe, mid then I fted, liny pep. our repeits mib khm) out in bkoel tedaj. rs.' Hcd pep. Mpening tpi they, J ana i hen, ies Mr, i get. uunc, tee. Hew Ia it? eci pep. Me thinking, Heck. And T Fed, Tts about the aame tu Pude Hlmkluwu uud Sam Cresses. That diizzent tell me a hole let, fed pep. Slecning Imw did he knew hew theirs wus, and I scd, Well, for thut mutter it wafc better than Skiuny Jlur Una report, ler thnt mutter. '1'hnts all very ell. uh far its that matter gees, but uat Im tr.ing te ar ar rie at In my patient but fe far un suveesHfill nay is weather your irpert is n geed one, sen pep. be worse. It teu rt ml. scd lien, lct.s hiive n ioeu nt it, Sir.' Yei fir. I nod. And I hnndpil It t him nnd he looked let it wailng, Vell, pii j en remaik that It leuid Iip weriiP Iheie may be teineiulng in wnt jeu Miy, but wen you miv it teuld be mutch cdq I nm iuUincd te think you ere Uaggcratlng. And he slfned It with his fountain pen and aide me go te bfd a hour tee stir sad told no net te ask for ear Fer a Short Time We Oiler te Cut and Fit Slip Cevers or Draperies FREE With tivery Purchase Ne Less Than 20 Yards CRETONNESHalf Price Imported nnd rtamretlt 40e te S3 reiltlxeli Werth Deuble Furniture Made te Order Fer a Bher Time Only a Cretonne Slip Cever Given Free with ecl pleea of rpheUtered I-lTlnc nA..m nr Hull Kurnltnre Slade Ia flnUr We b&v a large aetertment of frame te aelrct from, alue it larf line et fur nltur ceerlns. Frl7ltM. Veleurii Tapestries anil flllt Damaak. We uarant tenstructinii anil material lined. Our f icter la ejn ter Inspection at all times. Furniture Rcuphehtered and Refinished KEYSTONE UPHOLSTERY CO. SMSCS: r-n MAn-ru rn-k An c-r uith Prices, - IOAO IWIVin envnw Ji. mARTIN A. WEISS. M-- Children's Barefoot Sandals Heavy soles that are flexible. Perfectly smooth inside. Sis 5 te 8 $2.75 Sizes 81a te 10i2 $3,15 $3.50 Sizes 11 te 2. The finest we have ever seen! CLAFLIN, 1107 Chestnut Savings of $5 te $7 Materials will catch a man's eyes, for they are the best of the seasen: pin stripes in black, blue and brown'; firm herringbones in various grays, and mixtures se fine that they are almost plain colors. The tailoring is right. The way the suits fit new is the way they'll fit until they are worn out which is looking a long way ahead. Try one of the coats en ! See the way the cellar fits, the smooth line ever the shoulders, the way4he sleeves hang. That's satisfaction. There is hand-work in many of the suits and almost all have hand-made buttonholes. Geed conservative and semi-conservative suits that business men wear day in and day out! 100 All-Weel Suits With Twe Pair of Trousers Special at $32.50 Substantial savings en every one of these suits and a two-trouser suit gives almost as much service as two suits ! The materials are closely woven herringbones in rich mixed colors of the type usually found only in much higher priced suits. Fine mixed cloths of a well-known kind are here, tee. Altogether, these materials are well out of the ordi nary and the tailoring lives up te the materials. (Gallery, Market) yOji I SVEBSB aBHraBBSBBBBBBBBSlaw rSw3lBiB3e9B9BSBH $6 " 7t,im BBBBBBBk(kSlSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBLslBBS t 'i4fj Men's Geed Pajamas, $1.50 and that's the price many a man has in mind ! Yes, they are made ever the usual comfortable pattern of all our sleeping garments. In pink blue, lavender and tan cotton, fastening with loops and buttons. (Gallery, Market) Larg $6 $6 ;e Hats Small Hats Flower-Laden or Tailored, $6 A Summery breeze has swept through the Millinery Salens, brinRinp, in itH wake, a most charming collection of lexely new hats. Leghorn hats are in frrcat variety and are flower trimmed or combined with silk. The one sketched has a crown and facing of Trench blue taffeta with a nosegay of forget-me-notb and wee laven der flewerb at the side. Then there are wider brimmed hats that make one think of gingham frocks and warmer days. Hair-braid hats are airy and cool and pleasant te wear, since they weigh almost nothing. Plenty of the soft beige tones te harmentee with fashionable capes and flecks of this smart color. (Uurkrt) Women's 16-Butten Length Chamois-Lisle Gloves, $1 Unusual indeed, for gloves of this length, quality and finish arc bcldem within reach of a single dollar bill! They hae spcarpeint backs and are in covert, gray, ecru and white. Strap-wrist gloves of excellent quality chamois-lisle, im ported, hac heavily embroidered backs. $1 a pair. The same quality in two-clasp gloves with plain backs is 75c. (Central) MAY WHITE SALE Is a Revelation in Value Dellar nightgowns are back te their old- time quality. Geed ones of white nainsoek are $ trimmed with excellent laces and embroideries. Pink crepes are printed with blue butterflies. Pretty envelope chemises Can be had for as little as 75c and 83c Dainty matched sets of a straight chemise and step-in drawers are of sheer pink batiste, with lace insertion, edging and embroidered 5 organdie medallions. $1 garment. $1 for Billie Burke pajamas of pink batiste trimmed with blue stitching. Crepe bloomers in three colors are only 65c in pink, orchid and light blue. Deuble-Panel Silk Petticoats, $2.25 That's the lowest price in years. One style of white tub silk with a scalloped hem and three styles in white or flesh-pink wash satin with hemstitched or scalloped hems. Beth the back and front panels are double. These Shew the Scale of Value that one u te expect from this May White Sale. Best of all, qualities are right and service and satis faction are assured. (Central) SBSV -h W5 Sit; 7srJ j& . is Yeung Women's Dresses of Jersey or Tweed Special at $7.50, $8.75 and $15 Seme Have Capes $1.50 $1.50 Gingham Heuse Dresses As Fresh as a May Morning $1.50 As. charmingly fresh as they ai e practical dresses that women ically like te wear. It is worth while te have several at this low price. Twe styles arc pictured. The long-waist style has white poplin trimmings and comes in Wack, blue, pink, In'.cnder or giccn cheeked gingham or of two-teno (hocked percale, trimmed with organdie. The "Billie Hurko" dress of striped gingham comes in gray, green, lavender, pink or blue with white scalloped cellar, cufTs and pocket tops. Beth regular and extra sizes up te 2 at $1.50. Catrsl) Jersey frocks with pleated skirts arc in henna, brown, reindeer and navy blue and are eer se youthful and practical. 58.73. Jersey frocks with nlcated capes and pleated skirts arc in vesc, Copenhagen, tan, lavender and henna at $1C. Slip-en frocks of tweed with capes te match can be had in teveral styles m shades of tan at ?7.50. The c-ipe fieck sketched is of tweed trimmed with buttons and braid and 13 $13. All of thc&e arc excellent acatien frocks piactical and comfortable for seashore, mountains or camp. Wide Cheesing Among Silk Dresses at $16.50 te $25 Delightful taffeta dresses plain or beaded Can Can eon crepes and ucpes dc chine arc m lovely blues, cafe au bit, flame and rose, as well as the mere practical black, brown and nay. The taffctu dicss that is sketched at $21 50 has a cstce and puffed undcraleevcs of Georgette crepe. In navy with henna, brown with tan and black with Copenhagen. Sires 14 te 18. yBBV S& "V1 $16.50f $21.50 J& ) i jj (Market) lVt Ts1 1fii !? w -? T r. I ""v --ice unu stress jxTeras of Shiny Patent Leather at $6.50 -and no wonder! They. (Sizes for Women and fiirUI Twe of the most nenulnr low linn c ti, .,-...... nmhnrlv ,.r..-f( ...1 ' L V. 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