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Witeiher; ae$ ; ,.p 7 wr or U Vegetables is, sueanen, dp $ cause Accompaniment for '$ Each tsDiffttentr ,, n. amN.M. WILSON' ' 3 rfWE salau wwtnt come re,aiay, V l&nd the hafiistwtfe who, pwVldei tf Mfcjn't variety With tasty, apee- 5 fimllf', complaining - aueui me " ' '?ntnilrf.8lng netted with the aalail . S-Brtflrlnf and blendllit tucttaiful A iiaWJ"ln la truly .an art. anaueM P. Vx.,inU that' anV diets nn 111 de ".'ftWflnd.th" fmlly tire fit the. salad jfiflWr im'Mrtkht.polnt'.tee con- J-) .f.i..-.ivi.lil!ii. tMft't mix. and blend: 1 the reen and Teietaeie Baiaauniii you . W:Wndy te.temi Thle is often - rte reawn that ae many jeeetable salads P ire oft and' sew. If tha Tegetable ? "alad U wrmUted te,tand, tt loses Ite 1 dainty erUpness And becomes heavy. . i TheCblendlnr of apices In the salad , jJ&um ii an art Indeed.' and one seen ; benWhes familiar with, the-trite "secret of $ !w?m In making;. hsa dreaslnts.. I Pawlkft a liunfanan awcec rru eeiffrr, mildly aromatic arid jlljhtly ?.i2ffiinn ) and ';tvhen- blended with 'thtep!ee(ve-rAlJteitt te the dress .' tafSwIlliea t ' speiUntV-the'i nv6r 'or i istWff .theidresslnjt, o.T.r.aeaiened. The I plcM ami ;.avered'.:Tjl r a lend . An tr' of rtaHilliilinctlen Hexthefreaalnis , .3 'has. en -hand .special flavored ' rlnriars, ' Wwjdlna; . tM;e. .and- sometimes , three dtiUncrflaferat vlrlejara .wh4n miKns tM sb aa, j.nn ic .".- i ! Mil of a'.pWfect-en.' MayennaJi.e,and Us 1 .itua . aiiaaRai vat -.nnvn inpir HHViiiPfK. "hfle.those'wjie 'dislike 'the ta'ate.'.ef U . hWeked dresi fere:-:nfannlnit -ib' make the .differ enf dressings 'I would "like te sty a word about some combinations that.are : ,IaSett out..of Vdletetlc! baK '... H'int n-A have the fruit salads, ' and.my experience In the last few years; In .Having mnny nruiicum iirit aialnst the serving of oil dressings led me te Investigate, and I new can tell you 'some interesting facts. The, fruits ireioeollng. cleansing, supplying Berne , roughage te the intestinal tract and , ettluv the palate with 'their delicious, delicate flavor. The process of dlges tinncnf these fruits is, extremely sim ple; ami does net fas'-the 'ditestlTe or--gins. If a dainty fruit dressing Is used en the salads theyunen oeceme vsiuaeie aad.i pleasing te the taste, supplying needed vitamins and mineral salts. On the Other hand, If they are coated :and covered with un oily dressing, the oil , snd, seasonings create a . disturbing effect, and many will tell you that some of these effects are in the form of Indl Indl geitlen. The oil coats the fruit; hid Ing the very elements that, you are se anxious te bring te the body, while the spicy, content ever-stimulates the gastric Juices. Combinations such as cheese and pineapple create the same condition, and many cases .of acute in digestion can- be traced te this combi nation. Cheese, n protein feed, is di grited in the stomach, the various juices of the stomach handling the protein as It does the protein content of-meat. The, pineapple contains a vegetable sub tan,f that has the power to-ceeltrate the J. digest Ien of feed. This. when dressed with ellj dressings, creates' a disturbance and faulty digestioneccurs.- Serv r.u fruit salads with fruit juices or special fruit salad dressings' thut'de net contain either oil or, butter. flerve all vegetable salads with either French, mayonnaise or cepked dress- lC? De, net combine fruits and vegetables. De net combine protein feeds with either fruits or vegetables- This means that cheese, meats or chicken heulil net be combined with either the fruits or vegetables. jv Spice Vinegar Ijjice In piece of cheesecloth 7'ice blades of mace, ' Owe pfece of Hick cinnomen, . Ticelce cloves, Twelve allspice, . Oii pfece of gliieer reef!" " " One piece of cadmu$ root or one 'half tntpoen of cadamen $eed, Owe cfove of garlic, One teatpoen of muitard teed. Tie securely nd place In saucepan. iBtn add two cups of malt vinegar or the plain old-fashioned . apple .elder vinegar. Heat slowly te boiling point snd then turn In .fruit jar. Let stand until cool and seal. RJInt Vinegar Use the white wine or malt vinegar for making this vinegar. Place in pint fruit jar, One cup of vintgar. One cup of finely chopped mint mitt, taking care te pick the leaves irem the ttem before chopping. Bland in sunny window for three days ana then seal, strain the vinegar in ten days and seal. It Is then ready te Te use the above vinegars, add One teaspoon of the vinegar te both dressing and te the vegetable or ws when preparing. The vinegars are nise delicious when added te meat while cooking te give real flavor. Heney Dreulnc This Is n natural nil-fruit i- im nnd 11 very palatable. In small bowl ' salai! l'lucc Ont.half cup of Uenty, ii.c ej one lemon, Juiec of one orange, Pinch of nutmeg, , ' uke lablttpebni of nirup from the Xirnchtne cherry hettfe. ' Hea te blend and. serve. MRS. WILSON'S ANSWERS f g"nBereTI,1CnM '" rCC'P,! 'mAIUK FLEMING. Ginger Ale I' nee In large preserving kettle 4 ' iiJm",""0" t '. ,. "' minutes anil add itnf'4i"n,ct of Petederti ginger, tied v tnure ihwkneMtei of cheesecloth, Una ,,n pet 0j d i ( the if.,,'.' Flnt!er .ln ',mn, n:eci "'Id then iJ?r ,hii:t)' 'plnutcsandlet cool, crumhu ' ""'' add one yenst cake and let ,,i'i,,,iUe1 1'artleles; stir well lhreen, ",,cr.,,ne ,he f dander with ever i' rn,rni?L,kln,H ?na ft l,c blander week sn in WM n ,lire bowl all and f Lpei!f ,,('-Vnrt ! ! ekfs-hrf nL ' t0,n,1,"r threiifh'rlils iMthd ale sparkling and clear: an?.?iriV Fl,n"-Are apples in u.-.i.ir "'. i nve n iiny. l m U W iMWa li tee moeV. ' ' It' i, 1 , ' i 'F.IIUITV of Qptiinism By HICKMAN- j, 8T1CH The Hiihtit Order ' "l"': "f Abit. rather than heritage, p It is for Verification observe the neat, baby .you, see eating, Geed breeding Is first impressed, then expressed ' If. i an , acquisition mere7 than It la a, birthright. . JF Progenitor of one of our haught iest aristocrats was' n Ghclt6 pawn broker. , One of the most stiff- necked grandees of the old wer d was sired (by a second hand skin dealer, The founders of Burepe'a 'leading dynasties were red-haired, ruthless vandals who manhandled opposing pee plea before their descendants handled imp6lng papers: they wielded Incen diary torches before tlialr great-grand-progeny flaunted monarchal scepters. It Is only a short flight backward "nee Genghis Khnn nnd Attlln and Olaf denned stone clubs and palm leaves which their modern Ilk have doffed for kld,gauntlets,and geld braid. Elisabeth; Victeria, Clfepatrn. Ma rie Antoinette, Leuis XIV LordChes LerdChes ter field, Napeleon Bonaparte. Alexan der and Cyrus the Great all the kings, princes, dukes, marquises, earls, vis vis ceuflts, barons; . counts .and -knights all; the Swells; aristocrats, bluebloeds and-, teuch-me-nets of account or no account were born in simplest na' ture'a garb and -fussy-wuery crown llke.all the rest of us. True nobility, and stalwarthess are a process of acquirement, net endow ment, , -' i . Scions of most, unpretentious ances try can be' sympathetic, tactful, can re frain from hurting the feelings of ethers. t i Men and 'women of, humblest sire can play fair add square, be courteous, courageous, loyal and honest. Generations of cultured antecedents de 'net t guarantee nor does lowly Un cage;.preclude reversnee of woman, deference and respect for. old age, honor of fatner ami metner, upright man -J i All ,,of .which. being after all the real! minrnnn siiiiviiiinrii tvr nnnuitran. bqdycan'jbeia tltleholder.ef Us hlg'h- esii eraer km n in a iauy or a' gentle- man. ', i III JSjOj5 l V t IJ " ' iltAKlIaSr C 3MB ' H ATTIC. ISTAKIKII lVOLTS . I AMPtRE 3 VOLTS I AM PER t. 1.. VOLTS 3 AMPERES Te ike left tte jricttire lllustrales hew we .can multiply amperage (quantitr) withefet laereaalng volts (prtaaira or force)., Te the right we retersetlie preceu and increase volts (pressura or farce), without, increasing aiaperea (emaatlty). 'x VOLTS I AMPtRE. B6- FLOOR (a filn 'm- small tnMnf ne' tr4ter-Wheel. ' Thia'.)i( due te .what 'w' call the neae." ei tne water in emer. werui. inp nrifiii.. irem which it iinin. n head of; W) feet will Hove a' great deal mere, force than a head Of -" feet, and a head of or "2feet will have very llttle power behind lti This head .of water is similar te volt age .! electricity. Veitnge Is the power behind the current, -we measure It' in. terms ef'l volt'Or0':velta or '100 or 1000 volts, .an the case may be, just a weimeastire'the bead of. water In feet. !The ether aspect of 61eetrlclty, art perage, might he likened' te)the also of tne stream weicn new irem me inn. V ,r5W- , FLOOR 6 VOLTS , AMPERE. k CELLAR The i'Sterage' and the "B" Batteries. ' 1.1. -1. - .i '.. . . '..,,. . . . ;' . The stumbling block of most, ama teurs who contemplate installing 'an audlen bulb set is the. high' price of the storage battery and the trouble of keeping it constantly charged and ln geed condlilen. "Vfhy caVt wc use dry cells?" they ask. "Dry cells will light the, nudlen bulb and make It work,!' Well, dry cells can be used but, It there were net a very serious objection te them, storage batteries would 'net be se universally recommended. , "But electricity is electricity," you might say.' ' . . T That alie. Is true, but there' are dif ferent kinds of electricity, just aa there are different kinda'ef beans 'and pota toes and' ether things In this world. The storage battery la built for one kind of service and the dry cell or the little 'cell "from the pocket flash lamp is mint Jer snowier Kind V e have te consider In current which this nrohlem. ' T m nnt mnlnw 1n h come technical beyond the knowledge of tne average novice se it Is only neces sary ite say that these two nspects'are known as "volts" and "amtferes." ' New roughly, the difference' between these two can very well be Illustrated by eir old friend, thc tank of water In the attic nnd the pipe-line leading from the attic down' through the house. If you have a spigot en. the pipe, just where it comes out from the tank, and you open' this aplget, the water will flew out but will net have' a great deal of force te It. i . Ge downstairs te the fleer. below and open a spigot there' and you will find that the water will 'flew with greater force than It did in the attic This-is because you have 'an added 'drop of 8 te 10 feet from the tank and the force of gravity always adds'' force te a falling body the farther that body falls. ' ".'v. Ge down two floors below the attic and open a spigot there and you will U'-inch pine leading down' through the house and open the It you have down threiisti spigot In, the cellar the water will flew with tne regular, speed of water at tnat helftht. -but' veti will riot get se much of It in a given time' as If you used a' nine II, InehPM ln illameler.' The rilatne ter of the pipe" governs Ih'e quantify of water and the., head geverna the force at which It'flows.'.er'the'pressure be hind it. ' While the comparison is .net. strictly accurate, ItMs 'sufficient, for ear pur pose, te knew that amperage is, te elec tricity' very 'much what1' the. diameter of the nine Is te water that Is. mere or Mess' roughly,! an Indication of the quantity.' ,, s , ?V "! CttvrieM, lift, tv JnIe rfr Ctmiem There are two aspects of electrical! find that thc water will.spurt out, with. A LuchyNbrse The reported engagement of Princess Telande ami the Belgian. Crown Prince serves te recall hew the nurse who attended Mhc Italian "princess nt her birth and In early Infancy was pre sented with $2000 with1 the reynl baby's first teeth, another $'2000 when1 the child was able te. i-peak nnd a similar sum when the little urincew walked unsupported. In addition te these gifts the 'nurse received., a. liberal salary and a lite pension. Wedding Customs In Bohemia the bridal wreath Is usually made of rosemary. It Is the custom for engaged girls ln Denmark te wear n plain geld ring' en the third finger of the left hand. Whtt they get married the ring is moved te the third finger of the right hand. announce M' A -Re-Building Sale ! i - i at 127 . Seuth " Thirteeeth Street Comm,6ira(bfegMeedaJenieTwel1Ftlhi Women 's and Misses ' Apparel "At Drastic Reductions" Entire Stock Included Without Reservations This shop must be in the hands of the builder July first. Rather than risk the depreciation even ruination of stock inevitable in the dirt, dust and chaos v of re-building we offer you . - At the Very Height of the Season the Newest and Most Exclusive Merchandise for Emphatically Less 1 ; than August Clearance Sale Prices Fer Example Values $19 J5 $25 $39.75 $59.75 $85 $125 Dresses At $5-W-m-$25-m-$45 and $55 Coats, Wraps and Capes Values $39. 75 $45 $50 $89. 75 $125 At $7.5e.$i9.75.$25-$40-$55 and $65 Blouses At 50c-n.00-$2M-$5.00-H2.50 Values $2.00 $2.95 $4.50 $5.00 $10.00 $22.50 'i Sports Skirts Sports Suits and Three-Piece Costumes MillineryrFrench and American Medels ' Many. Medels at Less than Cost 1127 Seyth TlhSrteemitlhi Street Owing te'the enormous increase in our volume of business during the past gear, we must enlarge the Thirteenth Street Shep. The re-building operations include an ENTIRE 'NEW, FRONT, AND ENTRANCE A NEW ELEVATOR SYSTEM A GREATLY IMPROVED SEALING FLOOR AND FITTING ROOMS AND NEW f,i' takalilii, i.ua "..T "" "I'l'Mv""" hu:i,.7 " "I'l'rn win hoi rauu anv W:SKf 'Ul'eu sm' imiiS."..!,:': IjllwMllLMlw'AlVU V CiWiiLiAMI IXt SYXl'KM. u Down Stairs Stere MM .Jti& if.it ,-'.r . -m mm s- m v, . A Coel, Well- Venti lated Shopping Place en One Fleer Jil .! Glistening Sports Satin for Summer Skirts $2 Brocaded fiber silk sports satin comes in nil the leVely colorings that women like te wear with Summer sweaters wistaria, flame, Pekin blue; pink, Copenhagen, turquoise, geld, sand, tan, black and white. , 39 inches wide, ' ' , (Central)- ' . ', Women's White Canvas Pumps at $5 ; ' Mary Jane pumps, with, -a buckled strap, have low heels and the leather sole has a white welt 'in it. Other canvas pumps, with a buttbnqd instep strap', have, covered heels and white leather soles. Oxfords at $5.75 ,' ..White canvas sports oxfords with corrugated SQles?and flat heels of flexible white,, fiber have ' white calfskin wing tips, waistbands arid back 'pieces."' -a Black-and-white oxfords combine shiny black patent .leather and snowy canvas admirably. 'The wing, tips, cut-out waistbands, and back pieces are ail of patent leather. Lew heels are also black. (Chestnut) Beads Like Ice , . . Clear, glittering beads like drops of mountain spring water; frosted beads that make one think of' the Windows en the coldest day in January; hanging clusters of clear beads like icicles; glisten ing white beads like quartz crystals in a cool, damp cave necklaces of coolness for the het days of Summer! 50c te $1.50. (Central) Women's Knitted Weel Bathing Suits In Large Sizes $8.75 Well-cut suits en generous proportions make the swim doubly enjoyable. Sizes 38 te 48 in black, brown, tan and navy with contrasting bindings. Swimming Slippers Entirely of Rubber are new this season. They fit like a glove and stay en in the water and arc se light that one scarcely knows that they are there. In rose, blue and' black; $1.35 a pair. , (Sert Ster. Marks!) RATINE The Most Popular Summer Cotten is making some of the smartest sports skirts, slip-en dresses, cape dresses and kiddies' frocks. Imported ratine in plain bright colors is $1 a. yard, or in stripes, checks and plaids of many colors at $1.50 a yard. 36 inches. Demestic ratine in plain gray, blue, butter cup, lavender, brown, rose, etc., 50c yard. 36 inches wide. Imported Check Gingham 38c Yard Twe sizes of checks in fine, silky looking gingham, 32 inches wide. Black, navy, light' blue, pink, green, red and lavender with white. (Central) Hew Little a Pretty Freck Costs $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 i '.ii' when one buys it in the Wanamaker Down Stairs Stere! Scores of models are of practical ging ham in pretty styles, trimmed with pique, organdie, dotted voile and se en. Coel Dresses of Imported Gingham $6.50 The gingham is se soft and fine that it is a joy te touch, te wear nnd te leek at. Many of the dresses are trimmed with cluster bands of sheer white organdie, as refreshing as a cool breeze. Seme of the bodices are of gingham combined with organdie and trimmed with gingham bands. Brown, green, violet and Copenhagen checks among them. Refreshingly Smart and different are frocks of cotton crash in linen color at $6.50. The skirts and cellars show stripes of green or Copenhagen. (Marktt) . $21.50 Means Something Particularly!.; Fine in Men's All-Weel Suits JustiNew . . ', It: weans one of the "beat values we have offered in a long while. The all-wool fabrics are cheviets, fine herringbones, indefinite . checks, etc., and some plain gray or brown, mixtures. They are se much finer, se much mere closely woven, se much mere durable than anything obtainable at anywhere near the price last season. These are before-the-. war value and then some. ' k All are conservative and semi-censerva-. tive suits that business men of geed stand- -ing wear. 'As for the tailoring, we need only say that 'it lives up te the quality -of the fabrics. (Oallerr, Market ( ,, 1000 Extra-Fine , New Neckties, 65c By far the best we've had in a long, long time for such a price. Mugaders rich heavy silks seldom found in any but expensive ties. Taffetas in a fine assortment. Stripes of every width and color com bination usually en dark grounds. All open-end four-in-hands. (Oalltri, Slarkrt) Coel Barred Marquisette 25c a Yard "I'll take a whole belt of it!" said one man. He happened te be a man who knew the value '' nf trnnA fltrtmn material This i' in wKia tdanvif and ecru with large cresa bars and wide taptt borders. It makes very dainty half-sash curtains for bungalows and Summer cottages. 36 inchca wide. Plain marquisette, in white or cream, is 36 inches wide at 20c a yard. Cretonne, 20c a Yard -C Fer people, who.'.'want te make their Summer. homes livable and pretty, this is exactly right, for it is in charming patterns and costs very little. Average 85 inches wide. (Chestnut) Women Are Learning What Real Corset Comfert Is Five, years age any one showing corsets like , these would have been thought demented. But new women are refusing te wear the heavy, un comfortable harnesses of former years and are adopting lightly boned, comfortable girdles that allow freedom of movement. Especially for slender women is this cool little hip cenflner. The bones in the front are just 7 inches Jeng and the back is only 9. It lace3 in back and has four hose supporters. $1.50. New Things at $3 These corsets are cut longer in back, but are comfortably short in front. One has 7 strips of clastic across the back; the ether laces in back and has clastic inserts. Beth of pink batiste and perfect for any kind of outdoor activity. (Central) Light-Weight Mohair Sweaters Only $2.50 Smeeth, loosely knitted slip-evers in the pre vailing style which all young women are wear ing. These have a drepstitch stripe and a bound V neck. In French blue, buff, orchid and jade green all with sashes. (Central) Coel Frecks for Little Girls, $2 Of airy veiles or batistes with printed stripes or dainty patterns en white grounds. Seme are trimmed with crisp white organdie. Sizes 7 te 14 years. (Marktt) - Sale of Women's Muslin Underwear, 50c and $1 Fresh new undermuslins bought as a first of June special but late , coming in. All of the underthiners are cool, fresh and most inexttensivp. M S0c White nainsoek corset covers are trimmed with lace and embroidery. Step-in sets are of cress-bar pink voile imagine hew cool and airy that is! Vests and step-in drawers, each 50c. Step-in drawers of pink batiste are tailored or trimmed with colored hand-embroidery. Bleemers arc of white pajama check or of pink or white batiste touched with embroidery. ft Ten different styles in nightgowns -ei flesh, orchid, light blue or white batiste with a lacy square neck. Of nlain white batiste or with lavender or blue stitching or lace. ,8.51,for two-piece pajamas 3n orchid, flesh, light blue or white. ? ' Other Lingerie Specials A tailored white muslin nitrhteewn comes in sizes 15 te 20 regular and extra sizes. Envelope Chemises, $1 , Of orchid, light blue or hdneydew batlstav' with a tailored hemstitched top, vit t 'J ,&. 75c ,t i iron; panel H'tntrni) .1. '. ".I.. ...---., rer wmta sateen netticcata with vimiiiiv and ..tucked fl.unce. ffef ii 'mi tSJmnaTW A' I 'ae-1. i L&a'fi m m v '3- . T ft. i: ?m mm - m M 4 " I fc te .t r tt v Vff !-.-'i'Ji t'TS 1 ,i& 'i sr. U M m , -P.j i :m ! -. ' . I M tf 1 tt r ii ii I f Vffa i A 1 if. 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