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RISsW tWMW "d v) S"'Vi A'S't'".vVfy'v4 -tc - ETTJV73 ftp. "T!'WB!"f''pv" iM-,.,.- vFz$wj?mvi "' M B 1U EVENING TUBLICr . LEDGER PHILADELPHIA; MONDAY, OCTOBER 101922 TO isa in l TJie Jealous Wife Makes 7: By WINNIFREI) OVT, I nsk you," begnn tlic mull- I er'sitsslstnnt, confidentially, while ,cjiccks, "If you think n wife line ju iiuiiK il win" ii. !. i n ri1it tn kick mi hnll when he Ul . ' fiwfnri rn iln un i mm, r. ..,.. i lilm?" we u a k c d ! cautiously. I ll'..ll ..-.. ....' K .1.1 -.. 1 .IL": .'"'n" r.; i n . . I w , eh i eelal n-ij . f.., 'fl uv trv I tenmv""lt fair nni . moil and weiiiph i ww . . SWtNNIfltiSt) iqulil. and the men have been very de- ' lent about the fifty-fifty Idea. .Seme ftX Xe cban'ced ' M the president was a man and the Hec president wns u woman. . the offices hn-f, V... ..f ., lethlnc te de with personal relation tWM , Ul VUIII I. Slips or married couples. Felks were Uccted according te their merits. Mr. p. I'lnade a line president, lie i n talm, well behaved and attractive man Inil every one like him. The Wee (resident was a woman of dignity. Mr. I.. nnd no one ever would aectte her if being lie leait bit flirtation. She U t bandsJtiie woman, n widow, but 1 lever saw her tvj te attr.ict a ln.irrieit nan. KrpilEY had worked hard all the sea- (en, in their appointed taK. and hen the member were nil ready te I'inte the bannuet room the commit - pe told the president be must en-ort (sen te evcit her. nnywii no one wiis laving her out In the cold. -But would jeu believe it. she made scene and raised n row. and was sj jellsh that every one was terribly un- Dinfertnble. and her peer husband dl 1 et knew what en earth te de. It Ut lillii In a dieadful pcsltien. He Imply had te go en in with the vice resident, and he tried te be very kind Can Yeu Tell? By It J. and .1 U". ttwmrr Tew Animals. Birds and Inserts Fore tell Wet Weather The approach of rain can easily be toted by a study of animal, bird end iscct life about us. They knew when ret weather is coming nnd act accord- fegiy. j Horses nnd rattle, for Instance, sniff he air with outstretched necks, because I he damp air eenvejs the odors of the lowers mere readily, and the nil- I eavy with their fragrance. Swallows, ylng low, nre a sure n nf wet wealli lr, because the insects which the swnl- . lows are following are also Hying low In order te escape the nv Isture In the tipper strnte of the atmosphere. Spi- ers break off and remove their web- i Bp'en the nppreacn of rnln, te keep them Jrem belnc damaged by the storm. Sea julls, instead of looking for fish, lly vcr the land in their search for feed because the fish 20 te the bottom when ' rnln is coming. Seng birds are de pressed mid at the approach of rain remain quiet. er bodies. Almest nil domestic animals become restless when a ehnnse of Kejither is approaching because their ' Iklns arc sensitive te atmospheric In- , Puenccs which Irritate and enpre" them. ; Many people foretell the weather te i Ihilr satisfaction by observing' the jmeke nii'lng from n locomotive or fhdnney. If it rises straight into the II; It will be clear weather; if the smoke Cejiiinn spreads out and remains clne te' the ground, it Is nn indention of np np prencbing wet weatlier. onierrow- -What Il.i.ipens When .1 Bee Stings? f , The Weman's Exchange c , Fer Seme One's Birthday (n, (lie t'rf.'ter of Weman's 1'cae: Should that be terved? table be set? , WOULD LIKE TO KNOW. Ttes-ldes the Ice cream and birthday enke you could sirve small c-iUfs, nuts tandy and coffee These may be sercd cl. about 10 i or It o'cie. k Il.-.ve JLV ''l1;'1""1' CJ i11 "iVl,", "i1""', '','',"" SS tedo0rnht!neerm,nt!,nn- K', 'tt'.l, cut and cuts the first plece of cake After thnt the rest of It Is cu .m.l fiassed with the rest of the things te he guests. Thev may simply sit around Informally In living room and dining room, nnd the dining room table inn Pn used as a service table. It should liave it pretty bowl of II m-ers ,n ihe center The Ice cream run In- serted in sherbet glasses cr In brick form. WHATS WHAT lly Helen f)ccie At all but the most quiet waddings thn bride Is dressed tn the conventional white with veil and orange blossoms, nnd the bridegroom wears a cutaway coat suit, with 11 silk bat. Hut this Is net traveling uttlre, and the bridegroom as well as the bride must change, clothes ter the train. t,Se It Is the best man who packs the bridegroom's trHVelliig outfit In a suit case and Htnds It te the bride's house before the wedding. It Is customary far the parents of the brldn te have a dressing-room ready for thelr new son-In-law. SAfter the wedding the young wife. In hr old Klrlhoed room, doffs her bridal ftwn te put en her gelne-awny costume, , wjhlle the new husband Is In the tern ary dressing-room exchanging hla y ter a sacit suit te be worn witli hat. When dressed, he stands ut ,of the stalra waiting- for hi ' I WLm iBKVv TM B WWB fcrf vice ..resident Inte ,, nnd te th .'.That Is se. and hew -hert-Mghled , " ?..l!'C ,Ixs1' ?' ."'r:,., ","" pti e. lie letnurrcd a Pit ana ncieu jn i.PP , civi. lirrMf nvav' If sh,. i, "" "", ,'. ' i " ... .. ., Inihnf-micnn' Tlmv Inslvteil nnlpl , , , , 1 1"-'- '' '" ' liver IliCIt 1111(1 wllCll yeil retUl'll .VOU K thnt hi' wife v-,s I ,eh- ntimilly JnileiK she ..uel.r te Itm.w f l, WP wi.re-yilU MVe been. I Lnln Si I n t,i, ,1 t , lnclV ner Id.' ?" h'1 'l'"t Yw" j'u, ,i?llt ," n,'"' I If have done nothing te be ashnmcl Erin.. H.n ivnel. M.rm.'uli the rj '" .c0"-' ll,.r rtrMK. In her ! llf ,,,, , ,., UIl(ier.stnnd why yev ' ermg lliill l.e would go tlireui.li the lcart Hln e;vs tmt i,p i n g01),i malli , . .. . . ,. tereinenv ami then return nnd take her lmt tllU it- sh0 sl,j(-cts him te su, 1, .., .' ..' The words came In h hte the table. There were plent of i,.,li!.MiiieQ 1,.. mnr mn. tn .,.,;.,t ..,.1. ,aut' llt "or" c'"nc '" '. J jpuek.s and eese wade Inte the water rljenia rnln is cemin up and dash (rater ever their backs. I'.v wetting the eiijer' coat of feathers thej prevent f the rain drops from penetrating te their :i. ;u,;.'."'" Z..V. '.' ,V.. .T. .':'.': or mi even course. The .llagennl trend, puuis i uie cemer. mm m ere ,Mi inrt. two spoonfuls of the prepared 1 ""te yourself n T,.n l.n. nM .lll,n. ...... 1.1 . .1.. ... .. .. rr. . -I.I.. I -1 -. J .l.- - ..V... ., , - , M w arc liet Belr. te ihc u surnw? et style ,s in.lleated in mnny of the cjr- earned down tne siceves, tee, in a 1 ,lf.asami mil,roeins en the plate. Car- you'll begin te dei And when? ,', u"''-s wiiieu nre eiien iippneii n. . ...... nK ".., . ,. m..-.. ,.. .. u u.i .....1 nis, ,,)p ,, aml lnnhIOems with thin sires ns seen ns y -As we are going te have n l.lrthdav "''' " 'h-eided slp(. Seme of the tin 11 arr g-ithered in nt the wrist by ,lilV e hnr(, belc(l CB ,iusted with pn- conjugal certificate eake. I would ask you t0 kindly tell tunics, tee, nre cut -Inntlnijly. te sv tight embroidery bedecked cuffs. nrlka, mid serve with the baked no- Heaven. rK 1tni an nm almiilit t V.i ndli.it llf lth I llf nf t,iili nnnnlu find ilrn tint ii 1 !.. . 1 I "Vr"..Z'.r ...';.' .,... t ir.u....f., ' "V, ..L .'."'.:... 1 ceicbiaw ier a meai. Copvrieht. tttt. bv ft h 1 1 ?? "-U tt m reuble in the Business HARPER COULKY nml considerate mid gentle with hl M'euse. . ""' I'll tell the world llinl if 1 " . . w"e n man. wlie was decent mm nccr a row nnd make pve n wire nn.v cause for werrj nnu , ,0 (hjnk ahmt ,., Jl( ,, scene Just because hrnrtnehe, and flic acted like a feel., te teender about her secret. They re her husband cfcei it. '.'I ';""-' " pntlrnee and let her suffer I turn hemc ,, 0 ccrta(n occasion another woman al she wanted te. Of course. It was, An)ie ,jj(,;,nir,, and says nothing Inte the bnnmiet ! 'he talis of the evening, nml I said! (,0, tr,m. she An been. Finally nKi. mat i tueiisni uie was u-, IfinlcnltiAil ii Mil nstM tntfitit I Mi liltf trt Iflf i irntrAtncil Incd and contemptible, but, te my , in, some of the women said tliej surprl thought she was quite right T Tirfc"f T .l.t.,1, fal. jt..i1if a KntA I "'' l mini nr "uf,... .u J- been n geed fipert." "f" de I. Even If l.r lNrt.l It with lilni afterward. lie had no bul- "- " l"""nte hm I., public. Why. he was perfect- Innnceiit! .,"' ''!!'k '" ", "W01, '? . w"r", l?- rin,,' '" " .. n.,.i pln t,, "n lub - , ,f t.ii e!! il, niite, 1 that a.seriat!en of mlx-d Mtw nnet uten and afik who i, married te &$.'" b? gltti? ' regard te e.tch one's lltue.-i for holding ' veme efiiee or lining mine neclul weik. , She'd better leek mound her nnd -ee the many f.eniUe combinations that have iietitinc te de witn MMiUineiitulity uud .e::. Tin sienngra'iherx and tiling clerki were ) liiter"ted that ihey stepped work fur u few mliiiiles. nnd net eiis rai'eil a veb e in h-l ait nf l he ifi . ..... . . - ..-i. . t . "Ml . eem-r s.,v uer .guiiizuig rer ?nra r rr-nrrtw '-. iVpAS 'iiiirv i expect hers te feel any fondness for her ' :.fter humiliating him mid making a; f I fll.. . IUUI 'U Illlll. ,pic iiis patience won't Maud anv llmri. sh- surel will lese him. U'U mark mv words, iiml she deserve te!" - A S U '' 1,av'' 'li'1 ma"-v u:w' Jenl "i; N n tv.ntdged sword nni cut deep! the wleldei- of It. Te h modern in the highest Mne Is tn ii bread-minded, deep-hearted, synipa- ihetle ard understanding. Are Brakes, Applied te Our Deivn Hill Draperies lly COKINNK LOWK mere Is nn geci.l-bllls te tills theme of lnegiiluritv. If ion leek al 1110 t of ledui's models veu' i-nn't help feeliii" Uiat'tbe lending designer of the. d.iv is 1 . . . 11 goon strong nor easier bent en taking hems nun mines 1111.1 deielletuses out il I Should the's.ttln illustrate 1 teduv has nn eversklrt fisiilene.l along theae lines, iind the two points of Its opening are echoed In the delightful little cape drapery. As nre a number of the nfternoen frocks, t! I model is sleeveless. The front D ,.rfe t'i plain. With this costume is rt"r" lark blown lint of nanne with -nini. In, y.f .tan geese feathers, which ",p "''I,Pl1 wl"' brown cn1- Adventures With a Purse THIS Is just te be another one of the eases where the litr.e things count. Seme of us who nre busy dtir. , ing the day ln various efij.es go home at nifht tlnr weary nnd in need of iiomfert. And if veur bedroom, that place m which we nil vpi -., uf, nmch tune. Is net cozy and inviting, jeu should set nbeut making it se. Dainty ' , lamps te shed n soft glow ever the i room nre such a help, and a little bit 'of dexterity will make for j 011 a very 1 attractive shade. There can he had a frame about a Toe1- high, fashioned after the lady of colonial dnvs. a drcs- , den-like creature with Mende or bru- i.en. nun 1.111.11K 10 .-.ins ever ner shoulder, I ler skirt is a wire frame, for which the silk shade is made. The 'huh -lump can he had for Si! .",0. Net much silk Is required, nnd there wm me just a little thing, but it means n nnnel of the hue ilnun il... r-,.. . ' ' , SO UlUcIl. t'i. tirnileetinn nf the most itorgeeiis ' Pgseicr woven. They reached their 1 ',, '-,.,. 0, ,,,,. I Te wear with sweaters. or suits ' 1 '-'best degree of perfection early In the ! ' fZ'nnZ' of cJeves 'when jeu nre net going te take off n.xfMith icntury. Many of these rugs aullitmewiTZer I I jour cenl. tl.e.e ,nn he hnd 1. verv m still in existence, though they are '7; "m A W emJm nice net blouse. Mde with a Peter ' " w'''" new P"1 in, niltIe,")1 "" Tess t" hlend w-ell I I'rm en inr wnicli is trliinru., ,...!. i net nun in 11 lew iirivuin LinieciieiiB. 1.1 i i. , , I leek like n lace vest, and with short I Having learned the art of hand rug sleeves edged with a narrow frill nf weaving from peoples with whom they lace, the blouse Is priced nt SI. n,,d Is ''a,no "' 'entFt' ll 1" net HtirprlsliiB really excellent value. ' ' "that the Persians perfected it. We ' have but te consider the natural re- rr nitmrt of nhnna nddrr.. Verrin' par, ' sources of the country. Silk and cot cet cot fi..eVrl!i'ur,'rln,L:'i0i,) or Maln i ten are abundant, and the hillsides and iKtwctii ihe iieum of 0 amt s. j vnllcv.s funiWi splendid piirtiimgc for ., I sheep and goats, se thnt the weavers Mitch Plumose hl malerlula of excellent quality at ,,. . , , , , '""&- j ll(jf T, fUity of the nutriment e find ostrich doing duly en sev- found In Southern Persia mid sonie of iral notable elct gowns for evening. ' the ether Fnstcru countries produces heiiietiiiicH bright flowers nnd clusters a pnrtlculnrlv fine quality of wool, and of feathers are Intermingled for girdle up te dute chemistry him been unable or swaying panel. Indeed, many mil- j t(, devise if wool-making equivalent. llfinPV flftir irtnu iii.iw.i. .... il. a "" sr.iy.-. i.j.nui en uie season h offerings of frocks, mining which nre te be included ceenrdes and cheiu, mil liner s folds nml brilliant dress trim mings of lcnves ind fruits uiij seep. The Superior Sex By HAZEL DEVO BATCHKLOR Jehn Steele marries Anne Temple knetcinii that she has " secret in her past which she refuses te dlrnlftc. lie knows, tee, that she does net love him, but he is drtermlnctl te irln her love, and en their honeymoon trip they ate jitiI irresistibly legctncr. ,, -. ifJ1.;,10 ,. ,.er hear, Sln.ic ,,. 0)u. ,, slic calh Slcclc up en the . t . . JI 1. .... rc;r;,(0f ,,i ,aVs jer lwe (i,lllp sue iciu ut; iikuk 7 Can't Tell Yeu!" ("'VOt' iierUt in refusing te tell me JL whrr? you have. beet5' "I can't tell you. Dear, won't you tru ' ust me?" Anne 8 voice wns pleading. It isn't a question of trust; lt'n n question of my right te knew." "Then waive that right. Surely you don't M.eve that I have done anything wrong." s,wl(, ag 8pntt IIc wns ln nn iny of dot nnd .u.plrkA.. Ann. Meed befete him in the library, blie in,l hren unltlnc for him when he n,turm,(1 ,,,, nn, nt Msi,t e( her hls . .n. utviiml .,., tirt impulse lint! been te sweep her' Inte lits .-huh. out ne nan eniMieu u Lack. lie would net touch her. net until l,e knew eu'i-.Mhing: but hli questioning ' . l her lin.l I n futile; sh,. would net snenk. s. r, She could net. she had said It ..,- ,., slili ,. st,M. then z lxA c 1,is ,ev' for her 3;,ruhllIcve tha, d0 ..j, , . , Your nttltude N "" . .?." ' l" ,i.L. V. i ,..., tl'H Uililh'i 1" ?U, ItH' IVUrL , HUM i vn '"lheu ou force me te believe the .ersi." lie Hung the words ut her. I i.- dark eyes blazing, but instead of 1 ringing tefnre him, tln drew herself i tn her slim height and ilfti t,"""r head nreuill "Veu must believe whatever ou will 1 i.iuiiei preM'iit thnt. I have lnn nothing wieng. ni.thlng te be nsiianieii t. 1 lme till eii that ever mid ever .mil if ou c.iniiet 1 elieve me, then I p-iiis,. this 1 the end !" Sh" spoke slowly ns though weighins ev. rj word, and the import of what iie 1 1 I stmeU Steele like n sudden blew I nekiiig at h'T as she ste id there be in 1 lilm. he knew thnt she would net ed. She meant exneth what she ild The materia! i.dvnnlages In. lunl ' -In-ed her meant liethiTig ln the fi i-e j in' tlus thris that m 'lia 'e.l their lnxe. She veu'd gi our nf hit life ns suddenly a .In- had come int.. it. and he would ' u. leuei:.- te no anything about it. ; t.ni. he re peered Inr w shea and askei I 1... frrher questions. ! Suddenh'l ast his nrlde te the winds and instead of demanding things a his ritfht h. plended with her Ann l.m't ou sec thnt this thing. wn;s;ie.. i whatever it is. i .i.mii.g between iw!K '.' " ,H,Bl ""-"""""- Can't jeu see that? I can't get nwav 1 ,,", ., mi. vii 'That's w!' 1 didn't want te love Jul, and if I had known when I mar r.ed jeu that I would grew te care, I never w.ui'.l have come br.cl; Her words struck a new thought In I . his mind. ! "Hut j.m did mnrrv me. why'-" ' She shrank away from him as If he ' 1 ad struck her, and into her white face ! there wept 1 burning wave of color. : j "Win diil ou marry me, Anne?" j "I!e-tiiic I Inn! te have money; Hut 1 ' .'en't jeu ee." she went en wildly, "that 1 didn't love von then? We i Miide a largnin. and you slid veu 1 wanted me .m anv ternis. If I Iia.j , Nn i ii ion. 1 leuiiin t have married jeu. ' 1 I would have cone uwnv out of our IKe, forever. Jnt as J im-Mil te d . new I don't blame jeu, please don't think thnt. I realize our rn: it te iknew evertliing. and because I can-; net tell you, it would be better for me te go nwnj. Things can't go en like tlm. we both knew thnt. nut I nm sorry, sorry for coining into veur 1 if e and making neu unhappy. Will jeu believe that.- Tomorrow "The Power of Leve.' Are Yeu Making a Blouse? ' Seme one whom one always admires for her distinctive, carefully groomed .mpearaine wears nn attractive blouse I v lth ll('r ll"rU rKC MlU- " ls of ('t'pl ''anren rrepe nnd the round neck Is pven a tmleied touch by a little block .1,1.... .. V. r. . I .l,,nu 1 van.l nml l.liir, "' iu"ii ;""",''" lcu. "' "' ".' " """--""" "- '"-s-'i i.a- THE HOME IN GOOD TASTE By Hat old Donaldsen Eberleln 0 QggS 3sT 1& rzzzr& sjr ?e-rTr3 Origin of Oriental Rugs In order te appreciate fully the true mine mid uijstcrieus charm of Oriental rugs. It is necessary te Knew something nbeut I lie countries from which they 'runic and the nature of the people who ucnvn them, Persia hits, for many centuries, been mobilized us the lending country In 11111! the arc worth fabulous hlllllK. 'I'l.u is nn imnertunt factor, for ion line wool for the nap is indlbpensuble in weaving these knot fabrics. Tomorrow "Method of Weaving" J HM:"'U "I 'II 1'iJW KuBliiBB iiip mmmBB iiiiiiVKi'"fc3i?LJ 'S'K iHcVI vwlgRcafv iiiH9I,:I7iTimH& ifts ' PT. QvS9 lji:m:aiaaa-c'v:emfi3ii A Man Sends Favorite Recipes te Mrs. Wilsen for Her Readers The Members of a Club Like These Dishes Better Than Any Others Which the Chef Serves Them By MRS. M. A. WILSON Copineht. tett. tv Mr. ,V. A. U'llien. AH rlan" ""' 'T'HE men folks seem te take n real X ivr interest in the feed column-., I1(i hnnllv a week nees bv that I de net ! r,.-,,VP ,,. suecestlens. rcuuests for .,..,;... riM ,., "- .. ..,,,,. r ...,.,: fro, son e ban w-h . nn rMie. I nllv .V""''10 t.L ". .. .. Tt. !. , . ......., ... . . px. , ..1. .,,:.. i,,i, l...,.t ;.. .1... 1, ,,!,,,. u 1 ,,,., ,lf , ' ',r,111ilu it,.,.,. i ,i', ' : B I cing that eme reeiiies, , I 11111 wondering If ou can find I space for sorue of mine. I cater te a small but very exclusive club, and I have unlimited funds te supply our members with anything they may de sire. Most folks would think that these members would vant terrapin, duck nnd ether fancy' gnnie, but the most popular dishes arc the ones 1 have appended here. ALFRED R. n. Minute Steaks Open n can nf mushrooms and one can of peas, drain both the mushrooms and the pens, and place In saucepan with live tablespoons of butter te lienr, 1 I'lace large mealy potatoes te bake, cut- I . ting n tiny nick from both ends. Have butcher cut steak nbeut one Inch thick. ' Divide steak ln nnrtiens .suitable for serving, place in dish, rub meat with lent clove of gnrlic. nnd baste two or ! three times in half hour with well sea- ! sened French dressing. Breil the steaks in the uuiiil mnnner, and while 1 the steaks are cooking, place ln beup . ,)Int(. tour taotespeans or euiter, Tire tablespoons of finely minced partlcy, 1 r"' olenpeons of very finely minced preen pepper, One tablespoon of finely minced whit? or Spenhh onion, One tenwoen of salt. One-half teaspoon of tchtte pepper, One-quarter teaspoon of muttarJ. Wnrk smooth with flexible knife, nnd sprca. ever the steaks just as thev come ,rem . . ,rnller: t) nee en het 11 atti r We have nn annual event called a Saner Kraut Supper, and the menu is 1 as fellows ; I Tuttlefen Club Sauer Kraut Supper ' Dill Pickles Sour Pickles Chow-chew Celery Olives j Saute Lein of Perk ln Chop Stvle I Mashed Potateer. Sauer Kraut 1 Het and Onion Salad Strudcl Coffee ! Nuts Raisins Cigars I P. S Mrs. "Wilsen you will have te supply the strude) recipe, ns I buy j this delleney from an old Ocrmai. I wemnn who lives near our clubhouse I nnd often accommodates me with like I delicacies. ! Stmdrl A renl Oermnn recipe from Mrs. iiUFtnve KUwanger, who makes the pas 1 tr for thiH club. Place In mixing bowl One cup of seedless ralslnt, Onn cup of seeded raisins, '1'hrcc-guarters cup of finely chopped citron, Cltnted rind of one large lemon and orange, One cup of finely chopped nuts, One cup of prunes, cut tn tiny bits (removing the alenes first). O110 mid one-half cups of bretcn' 1 1 ice 111 111111111: oewi Black Spots Before Your Eyes? If They Are INK SPOTS en Fingers, Clothing, Carpet or Furniture GARTSIDE'S IRON RUST SOAP (On the move slnce 1801) WILL REMOVE THEM INSTANTLY WILL NOT INJURE THE FABRIC 10c Sold by all Drug, 25c Tubes Grocery and Dry Goods Stores Tubes Heme dressmakers, take notice! Plain material is pieced out with plaid in both suits and dresses. Here is one plain silk top vith plaid skirt and coat. Anether plain coat is matched with a plaid skirt and lining for its scarf cellar. tA TIT Four rupt of rifled flour, One Uasnoeu of salt, Tire level tablespoons of baking note note de, One tablespoon of sugar. Sift twice. New ndd three-quartern '"P i mi. i-lei.ing nn 1 vi.) uus snericii- cup of shortening nnd rub this shorten' ing ime me none unin. line ; ncm tnree- MUarters cup of cold water and form ileuuli . divide In two and roll out en well floured pa stry beard, sprend with iiiie-iiiui ui me iruu mixture, iwiu us f'"- Jelly roll, fastening ln the ends se- 1 lll-nlv l.lf, tn lifiL'Mirf linn n,l LiifAnil ........ ..... . u...,. ,.u. a,,..... i.iu nver the top n coating of melted butter; hake in slew even for one hour. Then ...:.i .... , ,.. ..... ,-,; I flices nnd serve. ' L, '"' ' "'" '' '"."' VUL " '"" '"tu My Dear Mr. II. We are delighted with the snnppy recipes nnd hope you will favor us with some mere quite seen. I knew our readers will enjoy this unusual collection, nnd feel assured that these who ere anxious te find out hew the club chef seasons his feed will prize these recipes. 1 thank you agdMi for this nnd hope te hear from you real seen. LOVE NOTS Uy KAY KKAN "PPy Though Married. Knew you before It is tee late that ,........ I"mam01' bargain counter is net n credit ic.sk jer tne redeeming of wees: (Marriage Is net an Inoculation; It's an ncute nttnek. It docs net chnnce ' anything but veur name, If jeu nlreadv have straight hair, false tet,tll nml peer PyCsBht at the time et mnrnnge, uninrttiuntcly you II continue te keen them In suite of n husband nnd that "Ilnppy Ever After" stuff. Knew nlse that the same holds true of selfishness, fits of temper and a sen- eiiiye eje ter llirtable men. Count net en innrrlnse te remake your disposition. If you are lucky enough te be happy, though married. It wi'l be in spite of it. Yeu won't find yourself crewlne hlue- blrd wings just because ou have taken soul mute. Rather relep migratory de- 011 realize that the isn't a passport Inte PuMIe Ledger Company Fer Pep 5c everywhere Little red boxes for 5c everywhere you c full of luscious little raisins. 75 fruit sugar 1560 calories of energizing nutri ment per pound in practically predigested form se it gees te work almost immediately. Alse rich in feed-iron taste geed when you're hun gryprevent 3 o'clock fa tigue provides real pep. Try and see. Little Sun-Maids "Between-Meal" Raisins Had Your Iren Today T Please Tell Me What te De By CYNTHIA Letters te CvntMa's celtnni must t' leriitm en one tide el the ceper onto nnd tiitut be Khncd trlth lie wrlftr J name nml nifdrrw. The niinie tclll net be published If dm UTltir rfefs el inlh If. linl!iiri! ."cirrri mid I'IItj iiirlll'U en both stilts et the tiniier tclll nel be niutrtrfd. H'rlfrr ioie ti'lsli ofrseiitil nimccr that eon tie nlucii in tits relunin u-lll iilfa.10 took there, as rr rr enal fritrrj nre eiilu U'rlllrti wncn ubneliitrlu titecijnru. "Bright Eyes Ne. 22" Such a cnml ivnlst eucht te knew hew te punctuate and write. Cynthia thinks you bail better drop the gin anu the letter, tee. Admires Sentimental Temmy Dear Cynthia 'Sentimental Temmy" Is rntber ridiculous lin't be, Cynthia? although nt times I find him Interesting nnd original. I have never te my recol lection met another llke lilm. I hope he writes seen again. I wonder If he li really llke thnt In real life? What think you? BltUiNKTTE. Ask Him What Is Wrong Dear Cynthia About five months age I met a fcllcw whom 1 went crany ever, and he nlse liked me, as he often told me se. We went steady together until about two weeks age, when suddenly he just Mopped coming te kc-j me or dance with me when 1 .saw him nt n dance. Oh. I feel se blue, for I love him. His boy friend told me that my friend told him I said henintlilng about lilm, which I did m-t Hew can I ni.ike lilm come bnck te me without making my self feel cheap? MARY R. Slnce you have been close friends for several months, you certainly have every right te ask him what Is wrong nnd whv he In trentlnc veu this wnv. De net speak In tin aggrieved way, but , be dignified about It. Thcre Is probably some misunderstanding that will be I cleared up by n talk. , Is She Overweight? Dear Cynthia As you have given nd ilce te ethers, I thought perhapj I, tee, 1 may receive some help from you. , 1 am a girl twenty-four yenrs of age. . During the summer I met n fellow nt ' n dance about inv ace te whom I ten't in. great liking. I have been out with mm a number or times, but lately he hasn't been celling I knew thnt he cares ter me. as he ted teveral friends of mine he did, but he thinks that I de net care ter lilm. Won't you please ad vise me what te de. ns I certainly would nppreclate If De you think one loeki out of place with bobbed hair while wearing long skirts? I have blonde ha'r. dark skin and blue eyes. What am I? Mv height Is f feet 1 '2 Inches and weight 120 pounds. He you think I mil propor tioned well? Hoping te see my answer seen. "i-OVRStCIv DOT." Why net telephone and nslt htm why he has net been around nnd tell him you'd like te see him some evening? If he says when II will show- that be wants te cad, se flv a date with him. It would be n geed plan te exercise and 1 educe a little, ns you are nearly ten pounds overweight. Halloween Pnrty for grown-ups A ITnll-nf Fame affair in which nil the celebri ties of all the ages may take part in stunts and dancing. Halloween Party for children A (Jiirilcn Pnrty nt which every girl Is n flower and every boy is a vegetable, and they play nil kinds of funny games that they've never played before. Halloween Costumes for nil types. And you can get them nil or any one of them by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope te the editor of the woman's pnge of the Kvcnine Pi'rltc Ledger, repenting your request se that you will surely get the one you want. Wives Manage te Endure Husbands That Other Women Think Impossible j It Is Just Because They Have and Content in Spite "T DON'T sec hew she stands thnt man I" exclaimed the friends of n married woman ns her sullen-looking husband pulled hrr off early from n tea. "He's the nastiest thing. Never wants te go anywhere or see anybody, nnd If he does he get grouchy. Loek nt thnt, hurrying her off home, when this Is the only clinnee sbe gets, with nil these children te take care of, te see any of her old friends. Oh, I wouldn't stand him for two seconds!" She probably would, though. The tilings that some women ceuldn'i stand nt nil seem like nothing unusual te ethers. That is, they come te moon that. If everv wife wrote n book of her real feelings, the first chapters would held ninnv revelations of the character of Ln,. bnvh'itnl nml the difficult' of ad justing It te hers, nnd hers te it. She does most et ine nujimnm, -cidentiilly, for both of them. But thnt would nil be forgotten and overlooked nn the book went en ; the wife would have either rurttl her miH bmid's greuche or besslness or moodi ness or whatever he nflllcteil her Willi, or else she would have get se used te It thnt she accepted It ns n matter of course, IT DOKSN'T take long for these things te show, nml It takes n eorrcpond eerrcpond eorrcpend ingly short time for the wife who Is wise and clever te cheese her way out of the difficulty. Sometimes she gives him a dose of his own medicine; If he Is the enn't-bc-poamit-tlll-nftcr-brcakfest type, she indulges In n few sulks of her own, nnd informs him that there nre times when she can't be pleasant cither. On the ether hnml. she'inny humor lilm : If he happens te be the must-iinve-menls-en-tlme - hut - is-never-rendy-fer-them type, she tells him thnt dinner Is ready ns seen 11s he opens the deer In the eveiilng. nnd then puts the finnl touches en it. while be is finishing that article in the paper that he started en the train, washing his hands, chang ing lils necktie mid generally delaying tilings. Or very often she finds any method he tries te be uselesp, nnd se she blinds herself te the faults of the mail sic has sworn te love nnd honor, reselvintr In see only bis geed side nnd Ills genlul moments. f Yeu can't buy better W tea than Tetley's I Orange Pekoe. Ece- nemical, tee, be- I 1 cause less is needed 1 for the strength you X. like. y Makes geed TEA a certainty i ft1 1' il in " Often you find it necessary te serve an attractive and substantial meal Ife? CedSsh emergency arises turn te Beardslcy's Shred- Within ten minutes, from one package, you can prepare enough for five people. Dainty, light cedhsh balls-crisp and Wn-will set the appetite of anyone en edge, and then satisfy it. TLnnSSt d!sh ,Bearfsley uSrMt Codfish is unequalled. KS women have found that it also can be served in delight- dSS nnrR ' vUrteen m P"' cac different, practical and delicious. Your grocer will gladlv give you a copy. Statf him f; Beards,cy's SMdd J. W. Beard. ley'. Sens, Newark, N. J. berdsleyS Shredded CODFISH v Found a Way te Get Happiness of "His" Shortcomings CJIIE has decided upon her life Rnd has O found n wny te live It ft, cemrV,,?! nblv ns r,n,IM" ""wert- f ! Am -.. . w 1 Hhe In content, Where ether women see a disarm. '' able, moody, erratic jclf-centcred Tthlnr she ires her husband, who will b ., ' t tremely nice nnd lovable ns seen . h. is ready te be. u" Or else she Just sees her liusbard ' ""' ,ct ke nt that: if he is Imp's, sdhlc, she has her compensations At one of these confidential gather, lugs In. which young wives semctlmis discuss their husbands and their dim. cuties. the one whose husband Is subject of the- greatest amount of crit I? ', (Ism from ether young men's wives gavs her formula for ease and content. "If I had three or four lives te live she said serenely, "I could cnelly spina one of them in worrying ever JEd"! Idlesyncrnelcs. But ns I linve only en! ' T am certainly net going te spend it thnt way.'' u " WHAT n blessing It Is when n wemsn can mnke un her mind te h philosophical ns that! be " This w-ife Is thoroughly contented nnd satisfied with her let; she Wei her husband and Is perfectly linppy with lilm, while ether women wonder hew in the world she can stand him. And, Incidentally, when he gets te queer, she puts her feet down hard, ami the young man realizes that he has gene tee far. ph. there's an art about It, no m's tnke! Shut-in Exchange Ufful and Fancy ArtleUs Delh and Dell Furniturt 205 S. 16th Street Jenes Arch Support Shoes 2752 Germantemt At. Ladles' Finest Viel Kid Comfert Shee; with Steel Arch Support. Rubber HeeU Attached. REAL NATURE'S COMFORT r Of All ilzes 1 Frem 2 C,fla All widths 2 te 10, at KM EYS 1 "Vj J jfi, e ,t.T?y .,') - V ill1! . .i ti"'