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EVENING' PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922
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CATERING
' Parties, Weddings'
and- Receptions
Pest of Quality. Under Personal
'Supervision. Estimates Given
Fancy Cakes, Ice Cream
Phenei Brrn Miwr 7-58 and 7-59
22 BRYN MAWR AVE.
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WATCHES
DIAMONDS
JEWELRY
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II fc 13 8. ClKhth St.
, Z7ie oernuntewn At ,
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Yeu Can
Be Well
it you have tried everything
else without results, try
Mrs. Wilsen Plans
Christmas Menus
Any One of Six She Gives
Would Carry Out the Fes
tive Spirit en Christmas
Day
ny urns. m. a. wilsen
CoDVrieM, iMt.bu Mrs. M. A. tfilien. AM
rtents ratrvea
rnilB crowning glory te Chrlstmus
Day Is the Christmas dinner, and
this rural should be just ns elegant as
you can possibly afford, making every
effort, aye, straining a pelht te make It
Just as elaborate iih you possibly can
en this clay. Thin should be the one
time In the whole year when you sheild
let caution and economy fly out this
window for the day. The world ever
realizes that le crown this fcnBt djy the
Christ inns dinner should be an bountiful
rs the family purse will stand.
Suggcbtlvc menus for Christmas din
tier:
MENU NO. 1
(Helly and mlntlctec table decera
tlens.
Ited candles In Colonial glass sticks.
Little seasonable 'place cards tied
with piece of holly and red ribbon.)
Celery Olives
Salted Nuts
Preserved Oitiffer
Spiced nml Pickled Melen Rind
Grapefruit Cechin II
Brown Onion Soup Creutans
naked Fresh Salmen, Ilellandalse Sauce
Petate ltall, served with Salmen
Iteast Turkey Gihlet Sauce
Cranberry Jelly
Hothouse Tomate Salad
Kr.i.en Orange Punch
Candled Sweet Potatoes
Asparagus en Toast
Christmas Cup
Het Mince Pie Coffee
Cheese and Toasted Crackers
. Nuts Itaisins Honbens
MENU NO. 2
(Mistletoe and holly table decora
tions, red and white candles In Ce'nnlnl
ghths sticks, place cards of Christmas'
bough tied with holly ribbon.)
Clcnr Tomate Soup
Dinner Biscuits
Celery Olives Salted Nuts
Hemcmadc Pickles
Oysters en Half Shell
Itenst Geese Sage Dressing
.Itrewn Gravy Apple Sauce
linked Sweet Potatoes
Stewed Tomatoes Asparagus Salad
Cranberry Pie Coffee
rf Cheese nnd Crackers
Nuts llalslns Candles
MENU NO. 3 '
(Christmas Wreath for table decora
tions. Names written en large holly
leaves for place cards. Narrow stream
ers of holly ribbon from center te sides
of table.)
Crabraent Cocktail
Celery Salted Nuts Itndlshcs
Heme-mndc Pickles
Drelled White Fish with Putter Sauce
Heest Capen Game Filling
Celery nnd Timate Salad
Mashed White Potatoes Cauliflower
Mashed Turnips
Plum Pudding Vanilla Sauce
Coffee Cheese and Crackers
llalslns Nuts Mints
MENU NO. 4
(Mistletoe nnd mess table decorations;
This Freck Wern by
the Famous "Katinka"
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HJ Breat-grnndchildrcn of our customers 01 iej.
A Few Suggestion Frem Our btecH
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lTdNR ANn HIIINKT RINOS
Your Christmas shopping will be a pleasure 1 you visxi
C7 Smith & een eighteenth st.
Blnre erwn evenlnti until lrmbrr 2!ld
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Pearls Re-strung
rrlf IewmI In thn cltr. Kxitf work
All kinds of nfrklncen r.triin. hneltlm
n nclltr. CJtikk nerrlce. Werk muran
en.. riiip. finlhed.
Ideal Pearl Ce., JKT'rB5fi,n,i.
THE TRAINED NURSE
INFANT SHOP
1807 Chestnut Street
METC nrriicii. Illha. Hrk. lUmt
I ill 1 J ln. Klnmnnii. Hllk llesr.
Special ThU Wtmh
Silk Socks 7Se
Bunny Bedroom Slippers.. 2.001
Eiderdown Bathrobes, in
dainty colors Size 2 years 3.50
Spruce 2193
Chiropractic and get well. ' niistmnn imugh anil holly p uce cards;
Come te the Chiropractic, Candelabra lth Christinus candles)
Clinic Mendav. TuPrlnvJ .. r11'1 .-"k,nl-
TImrHnv VriA i.Qn - eiery ftniieu .Mils lives
f.M .'. T,i7 fli ! Ilen U"?" Uiwn Gravy
Zt30. 8 te 9 P. M. Clinic' ilr..,,.. .,,..
I lriilltA flaiMii
unacr airccnen et Jehn Kaiteii l'otntecs
UeuRhty, D. C, and J. C.
Marsh. D. C. Registration
fee, 2, covers charge for
16 adjustments.
The Marchand
College of
Chiropractic
4201 .WALNUT ST.
PHILADELPHIA
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UP ONE FLIGHT
Special Sale
OF
FURS
$25,000
Werth Must Be Disposed
of by a Reduction of
FORMAN FURS
U3 Seuth 13th St
ik
HnillUi'll Km? flnrnlah
llot-heiiso Tellinfn Stnlml
Pumpkin Custard Pie Coffee
Cheese and Crackers
Nuts Itaisins
MENU NO. 5
(Christmas table decorations of choice
candles In Colonial sticks)
Cream Onion Soup
Cabbage Itellsh Pickles
Celery
Beast Guinea liens, Bacen Garnish
Brown Grmy Cranberry Jelly
Mnraceni an Gratia Pens
Artichoke Salad
French Dressing
MIiicp Tarts
anllla Sauce With Whipped ,Cream
UOMCP
Cheese ami Crackers
Nuts Itaisins
MENU NO. 6
(Tabic decorations of choice)
Bouillon Toasted Crackers
lomate and Cucumber Belish
Celery
Beast Suckling Pig Brown Gravy
1, 1 , c Cranberry Sauce
linked Sweet Potatoes Krussel Sprouts
Mashed Turnips
Endive Salad
Mince Pie With Ice Cream and Het
Chocolate Sauce
Coffee Crackers and Cheese
"Nuts Balslns
Ream out
Orange Sauce
The Finest
Butter in
America !
It Is net the name
that made this butter
jnmeus; it is the butter
that made the name
famous.
The juice 0 four ernnnci.
Grate
The rind of one orange,
Juice of one lemon.
Place in saucepan
One anil onc-helf cups of cold tenter.
Four tablespoon of breirn ugar,
Jnrec tablespoons of cornstarch.
Stir te. blend nnd hrlm. tn 1,1 n
1 point, cook for Ave minute, then odd
the fruit juices, the p-ited rind e!
ernnze and timmcr sleulv f r at.
icinutes.
The entire success of th Cbristmsa
dinner will depend upan the advnnce
prepurntnns. r0 for your own peace
of mind start things in plenty of Unie.
MRS. WILSON'S ANSWERS
My dear Mrs. WilNen Please give
recipe for home-made rcrnpplr.
MItS. W. S.
Scrapple
Hate butcher split pls head, scrape,
cleanse and wash well. Place a plcs
head In the preserving kettle nnd add
siillicient cold water te Just ceer the
he.id.
One eunrn 0 ei(p herb,
Thiec-vuuiters cup of finily chopped
OIIKfll",
Our can at, cut in dice.
Cook slew I) until the ment ulll lenve
the hones casll. Then lift 0,.. head
Inte large Imiw nnd pick all the meat
from hones; chop meat fine. Strain
the stock In which the head was
coked. Measure this stock nnd there
dienlil be three iiimls. Heiuin te the
prescrlng kettle and add
By COBINNE IXJWE
This holiday season the Christmas
belle Is going te enter Inte a lively
rivalry with the Christmas tree, and
only the most penetrating jury will be
able te decide wlch of the two wears
mere geld or sliver.
The charming frock shown today Is
one of the nil-geld creation se often j
seen nowadays. Especial interest at
taches te it because It weh the gown
worn nt n private party by the Russian
actress who has made such a nation
wide impression by her singing of
"Kntlnkn" In the cnutive seuris.
The foundation of this costume is j
cloth of geld, and ever a petticoat of
geld lace extends a saucy little gath
ered pcplum of the Bld tissue. As
arc se many of the new evening gowns,
this model presents a contrast between
front and bnck neck lines. Fer In
the back the rounded front sweeps
down Inte an exceedingly deep "V."
Can Yeu Tell?
Bu R. J. and A. W. Hedmer
Where the Clrcns Get Its Name
Th nnn.c "circus" In Its original
meaning wns the name of the but'ding In
which the show, fleht or ether spectacle
wns presented. It wns lirst used In
Reme, nnd the exhibitions given con
sisted of games or chariot races.
The chief of these buildings was the
Circus Maximus. which was rebuilt
under Caesar. It was 1875 feet, or
about nine city blocks, leng: 02." feet
wide and mere than 300 feet high.
There were seats for IfiO.OOO people.
Later it was enlarsed te accommodate
2.10.000 spectators, and In the fourth
century A. D. It was nnln nltered and
Improved se that UTi.OOO people could
see the snectncles presented. Such 11
number of neenlc nt one show Is almost
Incomprehensible te us. when n stadium
sentlng 100,000 Is considered remark
able. The circus of Nere wns celebrated
or the cruelties perpetrated by that
Emperor ngainbt the Christians. The
circus of Constnntlnep'e'wns another
famous circus, the scene of n.nny bloody
combats between the two political fac
tions of the time, the Blues and the
Greens.
When we think of a circus today we
think of the exhibition Itself ns the' cir
cus, nnd that Is correct, as the new
mennlng has rcp'necd the original one.
The circus ns we knew it originated
nbeut the year 18.10. and In twenty
j ears grew Inte an Immense nmusemen't
enterprise. It wns alwavs n traveling
show until mere recently, when the
establishment of circuses nnd hippo
dromes, or permanent places for exhibi
tions, became established.
TomerrowWhy Is a Deg Entitled
te One Bite?
iOPEN EVENINGS-
Mm m m m. t m M saas. w m mm
jfiAJtj is me muucrii aim
different Flower Shep
IT nims te suggest the atmosphere in which
the flowers ere te bu used, alsb aids your
selection by its immensely large nnd varied
stock, promptly delivered te any destination.
In our four stores, the wlndewsnre Kay with
colorful Xmns wrenths. Shelves and counters
arc leaded with decorations for the tree anil
tnhle. And plants, ferns nnd cut flowers are In
endless profusion nt pleasing prices.
THE
FLORIST
'Delightful Xmas candle
iieceraica umn arllfl
1 rfni holly, fern, pine
rrt.tr- etc
7JYTO
1327 West G'rard Ave.
212 "a't Girard Ave.
13 S. 60th St.
136 S. S2d St.
In Silver
or Geld
There's
Ne Such
thing as having tee
many Evening Slippers
any woman would
be delighted with such
a gift.
ieiaeru)att
Buy Health ScaU
. s j
lioet Shoe
1420 CJittsinut St,
H m
iKQErJ
35HJIHs5a52ESlS
A Small Dspeiit Will
Renrre Year
PnrchM
?VfaV3miPeMaTiY
1 1 t2J5Cit&friutStreeh 1
Chadren's Furs for Gifts
Manufacturing direct and eliminating all
middlemen's profits means extraordinary low
prices for you. Any one of these specials would
make a youngster rerjr happy en Christmas morn.
Brown Ceney Sets. $4-50
Beaver Ceney Sets. 8.5
Fawn Ceney Sets . . 950
White Ceney Sets.. 10.50
Squirrel Ceney Sets. 12.50
9
$
t,&
Prepare for
Yttina Parties
f Wee year hair, skin and stalp
I0OJV in.r va. .... v.. -
lererf. Pricn mediratt.
Permnnent wsyUiir nd mtrcetllnr.
TrmtmTiti for thf ktn and icalp. Hlr
ilred 1T expert!, any (hiide. Ineote
Kapld
uia
, 44S1 CERMANTOWN AVE. ,
Oppeilt Warns Junction Butten I
Wy',m""C "76 '
Marmet Coati .... $29-50
Squirrel Leck Coats 39.50
White Ceney Coats 39.50
Nat. Ceney Coats. 39-50
Marmet Coats. . . . 54.50
fiWKirniiii
DIPLOMAS FOR SCOUTS
Members of the Philadelphia Scout
Lenders' Training Course will receive
diplomas tonight nt a special exercise
in the Temple nilrcrsitv gymnasium.
A number of speakers will be heard.
4 THE HOME .
IN GOOD TASTE
II U Hareld Denaldtan Kberlein
lit.
Butter
63c
If i
1 A I' J
- sn ''' m
' r-fe-'- . O
Ask Veur
Qtvcet
ReaLShristmas Cheer
Atmore's Mince Meat, with
its old-time flavor makes
wonderful mince pies the
kind that give real Christ
mas cheer. And it makes
them quickly and easily
only the crust is needed.
Atmefes
Mince Meat
VBth all the old-time flavor
Fer Women
Hand Bags
Sewing Baskets
Felding Clocks
Writing Cases
Game Sets
Hat Bexes, Round and
Square
Suit Cases, Plain and
Fitted
Fer Men
Kit Bags
Suit Cases
Toilet Cases
Belts and Buckles
Game Sets
Brief Cases
Bill Felds, plain and mounted.
Gifts for All,
Moderately Priced
MTN0J
Next te Keith' Theatre
Mall Order Filled
use which by their exquisite beauty,
permanence and their usefulness,
is a constant reminder of the gen-,
. 1 . a. 1 aL..2aB
ereus thought wnicn prempiea ic
giving. Kayser fit Allman are eltenng a most
unusual assortment of "ideal Gifts" at remark
ably moderate prices.
Hnklers
H u mtders,
C i K aretta
Bexes and
Stands e f
0 v r y
description.
A
mm
$3.00
Handsome Sterk Cliar
tte Bex from Japan. At
the touch of a button,
tha little silver stork
steeps the lids of the
beautifully d e c e r atsd
Itcqusr Bex automat
ically open ailfarette
U pellUly effertd.
Finished in
M a hegany
Wr ought ought
Iren. PiaT-
skin, Morocco
Leather, etc $5.00
up.
$H
Mirrers
of tmntnul
char acter.
decorat
ed and da
signed. Frames of
rare weeds.
Plain and
riarAratarf
WroughMren. All
sues and shas-tt,
I17J0 up.
ODD CHAIRS
and occasional lurnhura In
cluding small tables, sewing
stands, tea wagons, book
shelves, feet rests, telephone
stands, high-boys, low-boys,
fern stands, etc.
LAMPS AND
SHADES
Beautifully hand - decorated.
Famous for their beauty of
line and colorings. Unques
tionable in their value. Reeding,
Fleer, Table and Boudoir
Lamps many as low as $5.00.
KAYSERflALLMAN
Furniture.
Painting.
iperhar
ntJ
iff a.
1622 CHESTNUT
In all our Stores
lOiiMVU
The City Yard
It has riivntl) been demonstrated te
the writer that the ordinary "hack
jnrd" of a clt house may be inxc-tul
villi an Old World chnrm. A geed re re re
piodiictien of an old Maine; a pine tree
or even the ubliiilteus poplar or linden;
a stone or cement bench : 11 bird Imih ;
and, in the summer, a IV u lluirs In
decided nrrnugemeut and one has a
lin plncf of peace.
The ihspNed "baek-ard" can be
treated een miiry ferm.illj with ihmKcil
or bricked li.itlis nnd Utile box ,,r privet
borders. One 11110 lti that It is a
sunken g.mlui ninl ilnu It se nil in
miniature). Or one 111. ij decide te
fellow initiire nml have a few shrubs
and llewei's and snnie simple airaiikie.
ini'iil of natiir.il pal lis and ,1 grass lawn
In miniature.
We should rememlier that ludlvldii
nlil can be as ilmrl.v shown in a
One iiuif enr.mf ,... ' i ".,i.. ,""":. lm" ,r. .7". 'V "." "'
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tent in injur. iiii,i11vu r ....,, .1,,,, ,,ii,iu 11. .,......, 1
The fintlu cheiwed meat tn ih. ' . "1 -;":""- " .,' .V"",,'.
1 rrI 1 ' 1, "" ",r nun a si"-rmi Mmiiiiciiucc,
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.. ....-I,- i. in,. piiitM' 01 ii-.iiiij in mass
On!-mirrr cup 0 suit,
Thcc tiihlcspiium of hhiel; pepper
One tablespoon of poultry lemening.
Tire (raspoens of thpmi.
Tire eiipn of iiiinmidl,
Tun 1 up of bmlwhtat flour
meal In t 110. Ll. il... 11,,J L ,f""K "" , J"'r 'onsci-e.sm-s ,. would rcalUe .n
1 lac 1.1 asH-l is mt "...I .. ' "r" U " "'' ' refri-8liiiii.ii mid
ketl nd I tip im i 1 mt I tf ?' ,,,,w ",M', '"" hi-nliliful llie Inte,, ..
Kvifivvriet'llIH III IIM'hC iiHi'fls
J pr rT -r-
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spoon unrlcht. neur In mum Unit lmvl
beell llHMllwltll iyi,,u iMlttr l;ud s,-t
away ever night tumehl, VA t
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Twnerrnw "f'MU'' y Cn 'drill
Their Tr at .i."ii'-."
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$330 te $7
NEW FRENCH MULES
What Mere Pleasing Choice for Xmas?
An intimate gift that will delight everv
tcmmine heart. These exquisite bou beu bou
(ieir .slippers in colored satins, bright
I aisleys and choice brocades, showing
the new flat heels and rounded tees.
sit
fflinkelman
Stifle in Qiuilitu Foetwuir
1130 Chestnut St.
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All for $1
te make 24 Kiddies Happy
Christmas Day
A special Christmas Pries en Li tl: Sur.
Maids, luscious little seedless raisins Z five
cent packages in one carton for $1 1
Put one package in each Christmas stocking
for your little folks.
Then let them give the ethers te their little
friends, as little presents tokens of youthful
goodwill.
See hew delrghtcd all will be.
Take $1 te the nearest store and get two
dozen little bright red boxes newfull of
healthful seedless fruit-meats that arc both
geed and geed for them any day.
Little Sun-Maids
(
Christmas Raisins"
5c Everywhere
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