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< lBy By The Social Soc al Arbiter Arliitetl
NOTEThe Arbiter Arbiter wM iit be begtad gtefi to toanswer toaDSWer toanswer
answer any Question ef a social na nature Dt1Ke mature ¬
ture that may be submitted Such Stncltquoetions Sechquestions Suchque
questions tjoQs should si + oedd be addressed a to The TheArbiter TheArSlter TheArMter
Arbiter care The WasWnston Herald HeraldDear HeraJdDeer Heralde
e e e i iDear
Dear Arbiter Ar Will wmOft you not devote your yournext yourext yourpert
next ext paper to advising the young men menwho 1I1n 1I1nWho a awho
who are about to graduate gra Kte from the themilitary th thmilitary
military academies regarding correct so social so socfaJ soetal ¬
cial usages You could not do a kinder kinderact kiDder1iCt kinderact
act for I tall yea that there are some S me of ofus ofus ofus
us who have never bad on a dress suit suitmyself swt swtmyself suitmyself
myself for instance some who have havenever havenenr havenever
never sat down to a course dinner some somewho somewoo somewho
who are absolutely ignorant I as to table tablemanners table1D8DDerS tablemanners
manners and a man may b be a man for fora fora r ra
a that but Untie Sam wants his offi officers officers officers ¬
cers to bold their own socially with any anyofficers myofficers anyofficers
officers in the world Now what does doesfanner s stalDer afarmer
farmer from Texas or the son of a 3 miner minerfrom minEfrom minerfrom
from Colorado know ka w about court custrms cus custrras cus custCms
trras You will win the gratitude of ofmany ofmany ofmany
many a cadet at West Point and many manya
a midshipman at Annapolis if you will wlHonly W1HonJy willonly
only advise them what to wear and whento whento when whento
to wear the different kinds of dress dress how howto howto howto
to dispose of formal invitations give givesome givesome givesome
some hints as to correct table mannersetiq manners mannersetiquette mannersetl
etiquette etl etiq ette as to calling fix gacThis cThla fixThis
This doubtless sounds very childish to toyou t8you toyou
you who have been In society soee all your yourlife yourl1fe yourlife
life and seem seem from your writings at atleast ateast atlast
least east as though you would be as much muchat muchat muchat
at home in court circles as in Washing Washington Wsshlngtnn Washtngton ¬
ton but there is maay a greenhorn greenhornamong greeDhornamong greenhornamong
among us who will never forget forgetkindness your yourkindness yourkindness
kindness and if some of the saver s2veyones saverones savey saveyones
ones do sneer because yeN have ve tried to totell totell totell
tell them something they already knowwhy know knowwhy knowwhy
why dont you careA care careA cereCADm
May II KOI heaeThe KOIThe JD JDThe
The above letter causes ORe to reflect reflectIt reftectIt reflectIt
It is true that there e are many among amongboth IIIOIIlboth a aboth
both the graduates of West Point and andAnnapolis aDdnnapolJs andAnnapolls
Annapolis who have e come from t farms farmsand frmfand faresand
and provincial pr Yiaclal districts Some of aleshad them thembad tItehad
had never been a days Journey from fromiuuS fromh fronthors
h iuuS perhaps until they went to An Annapolis Annapo1s Annapolls ¬
napolis or Weet Point to take their theirexaminations theirexamlDatS0n6 theirexaminations
examinations ad some have never had hada
a glimpse of the society into which a acommission Bcommls5ioft acommission
commission in Uncle Sams military militaryservice mtlltaryservice militaryservice
service wilt w I launch them which is moth nothing n0thIng mothlug ¬
ing to their discredit hut much to their theirdiscomfort theirdiscomfort theirdiscomfort
discomfort for 0 it is n dUffloutt dt to teach a aman aman aman
man the little niceties of etiquette aDd aadthe aDdthe andthe
the unexnlainabie unex4lanabie ways of society after afterfce altere attarsae
fce e has reached his majority Unhappily Unhappilythere UDbappUythere Unhappilythere
there are many maD army and naval officerswho officers officerswho omcerswbo
who never learn and one is shocked now nowand now1nd nowand
and then by certain social omissions and andcoinrnisetoBs 2Dclcomms6loBs andcomet
coinrnisetoBs comet by handsome and gallant gallantofficers gallantofcerg lut lutofiicels
officers for while the technical tedmlcalBnd training trainingand trningand
and discipline at Annapolis and West WestPoint WestPoint WestPoint
Point are beyond criticism save ve teaching teachingthe teacblngthe teachingto
the young men to dance there is no noattempt DOlttempt noattempt
attempt to instruct them In social eti etiquette et1 et1ytuette etitnaette ¬
quette This they must pick up as best bestthey bestthey bestthey
they can through association with their theirsocial tbeiriOCJal theirsocial
social superiors through contact with withthe withthe withthe
the outside world and dose observationSome observation observationSome observtioASome
Some have a social knack aDd learn learneasily learnearly earn earntaslly
easily while others scorn the social socialamenities sodamenities sodaamenities
amenities until it is too fete to acquire acquirethem acQuirehem acquirethem
them A lad at Annapolis for instancewas instance instancewas mstaDCewas
was mildly hazed by his companions for forShoveling torihoellDg forBhoveung
Shoveling his food into his mouth with a anlfe 8knife aanife
anife knife nlfe which he bitterly resented saying sayingthat sayngthat sayingthat
that his father had used his knife all allhis anhIs allhis
his life life and what w 8t was good enough for forhis forhis forhis
his father fath r was good enough for him himaad him himlnd himand
and it was was but be bad the privilege of ofsnjoytag ofnjo7IDs ofenjoyIng
enjoyIng the custom far away way from toe toeNaval tbeNaval theNava
Naval Academy Aca as his chessmen made madeIt madeIt madeIt
It so uncomfortable for him there e that thati thatie
i ie e was forced to resignS resign resignBut resignBut
S s s sBut
But to answer the questions of my eec eecrespoudeatas correspondent ¬
respondent respoudent5 as to dress dress it differs nat naturally Dtnrally taturally ¬
urally with the season aDd the environ environthat envronnent
Jnent nent bat there r8 a few general gneIalthat rules rulesthat
that caa be given The morning cos costume costume ¬
tume for a man is sack ache suit Cutaways Cutawaysare Cuta 3s 3sare
are no longer worn WCKJI except now and aaflthen andthen sailthen
then by elderly men The tie should be bea bea
a fourtaoand crocheted by hand If pos possible possibl possible ¬
sible sibl of some becoming color and with withIt withIt withIt
It should ha worn a suitable pin that is ispin 15 15So Isa
So pin consistent with the wearers Werersposition age ageposition ageposition
position and means It is inebnguFous inebnguFousto la
to see a man an la the bra wearing we nng < a afrippery afrippery afrippery
frippery little pin that might with fan fanlege im impunity apunity
punity be worn by a freshman at col elIege college
lege As to the color of the tie tie if ifIs De DeIs oneIs <
Is not gifted with good taste tam he shouto shoutolimit sbMIalimit shonialimit
limit his choice to a few shades Thereis There Thereis T ere ereis
is a dark blue blue for instance instance that is be becoming be beO becoming ¬
O coming to almost every one a deep red redthat redthat redthat
that eta be worn with any complexion complexionand complexionnd complexionand
and nd hunters s green will go with almost ahnoetany aIIDOiitany almostany
any color and is rarely unbecoming unbecomingIn
In summer of course both in town townand townaKl townand
and at the seashore flannels are worn is isthe inthe d n nthe
the morning and generally an day forfrock for forfrock torfrock
frock coats and silk bats are out outplace ofplace of ofplace
place in torrid heat h t Outside of ftaaael ftaaaelthe ftaImeIthe flannelthe
the most popular materials for sack antisare suits suitsare saltsare
are cheviot cheviot tweed and homespun The Theloosely Theloosely
loosely woven varieties of the hitter are arethe arethe arethe
the best for summer aad cooler even eventhan even ftDthan eventhan
than flannel Those who go in for theEportS the thesports I
sports who hunt and ash and tide send sendbrown SeDdto sendto
to Austria for a sort of cl66ely woven wovenbrown I Ibrown
brown flannel that Is called laden It is isalmost isalmost isalmost
almost like homespun except that it is ismore Ismore s smore
more closely woven and is practically peaoOcallyindestructible practicallyfie ly lylndestruetIbJe
indestructible indestructibleA
A Derby is no longer the only correct correctheagear correctheatJg correctheallgear
heagear heatJg r for the morning Its reign isdesputed is isdespuied isdespued
despuied by many other otb shapes and andstyles aDdstyJes andstyles
styles the most popular of which is a amodified amodified amodified
modified Alpine hat hat green in color very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much like the bets worn by the pagers pagersin jRgersIn jagersin
in the Tyrol and in Switzerland Theyare They Theyare
are disttnctive distlnctiventeresting distlnct1oe9tnter hteresting stiDg and and as a rulebecoming rule rulebecoming rulebecomln
becoming becomln and their adoption adoption is a pleasant pleasantinnovation J easantirnoatJou peasantinnovation
innovation Straw hats are reo of Q course coursem j jmuch imuch
much m h worn in summer although thougJ1 the light lightfelt ltghtftlt lightfelt
felt ha4are re much more becoming and andpicture5qUe andpicturesque i ipicturesque
picturesque and quite as coo cooThe coolThe I IThe
The sack suit is worn for all morning mornSnsfunctions morn1ngfuncti0n5 morningfunctions
functions such as breakfast luncheon luncheonor l cheon cheonor
or recitals which are B popular Iar form of orentertainment ofentertainment j
entertainment at the summer resorts resorts and andvt andJ andat >
vt the th letter places they are worn through thro throbhthe h hthe I Ithe
the afternoon except at some of the thevery thevery j jBeverly
very fashionable places like Newport and andBevErly andBeverly
Beverly wnere where hereNme some of the oldfashioned oldfashionedpeople oIdfashtonedpeople ed edpeople
people still insist on the longtailed coat coatfor coattor coatfor
for calling and for afternoon receptions receptionsIt
It Is hardly needful to discuss the prop proper proper proper ¬
er attire for the city cif daring the heated heatedterm heatedterm heatedterm
term term for the towns are generally deserted desertedby desenedby desertedby
by the fashionables and tbe t e entertain entertaining entertaininb entertainlag ¬
lag is of the most informal character characterbut obaracterbut oharacterrbut
but In winter the frock is dl rigenr for all al1affairs allaffairs alla1aIrs
affairs that take place after 4 oclock is isthe b11e inthe
the afternoon The coat should be black blackor black blackor i ior
or black dusted with with white whiteExtremest wiulteExtremest I
Extremest in style affect colored froekj froekjcoats frock frockcoats I IcOts
coats and the past winter a gorgeous pur parpie I i ipie
pie frock coat was worn by one of the theyoung j jyoung j jroung
young dandles about town but It will be j I
e B long time before this Innovation will willbe wIUbe willhe
be generally accepted if it ever is is Cot Colored CotI CotIIred Cotred ¬
ored red waistcoats are frequently worn with withthe witht withtie
the t e afternoon frock anti are a pleasing pleasingriiange pleasingnange pleasingmange
mange In summer these garments garIn 11ts are aremade aremade aremade
made of linen linen duck duck or pique in winter winterf 1ntlrrep
f rep silk It Is considered co1S1 ered very smart smartt
t ij have the tie and the hose nratch m the thewaistcoats thewa15tcoats thec
waistcoats c A silk hat should be worn wornvith wornith worn1th
vith ith the frock coat and It is also per permissible perxisslble permissible ¬
missible to wear it with a cutaway but batnever butever butever
ever = with a sack suit suitS i iEvening
S s s sEvening
Evening clothes in all civilized com cornrnunrties comuntde comunitieo
rnunrties untde are worn by gentlemen after 6 6iciock 6ck 6cock
iciock ck ck In winter But In summer there thereis
is s much lattltcde In this regard At Atsome Atome Atsome
some of the e summer settlements they are areibsolately areolute1y arebsoluteiy
ibsolately olute1y tabooed by the cottagers who whogo whogn whogo
go go away to rest and lead the simple life lifeand uteand lifeand
and so eschew all formality At these theseplaces theseplac theseplaces
places the tha men wear flannels all day for forcomfort torcomfort forcomfort
comfort and because in the evening after afterdinner atteLcllnner afterdinner
dinner there is apt to be some outdoor outdoorexcursion outdoorexcursion outdoorexcursion
excursion such as rowing or walking in inthe Inth8moonllght inthemoonlight
the th8moonllght moonlight when evening clothes clothesr
would be ridiculous rl kltIous But at Newport NewportMagnolia N6WP9ltMagnolia NewportMagaolla
Magnolia Beverly BeedyaRd and other ot such places placesmany placesmany placesmany
many of the cottagers observe the same sameform meform sameform
form they do in the city and den evening eveningclothes MMlDgciothes eveningclothes
clothes every night for dinner dinner For in informal Informal informal ¬
formal dinners at home the dinner jacket jacketis jacketJ
is allowed but it is never good form to towear towear towear
wear this neglige outside of ones OD S own ownhome 0 ownhome D Dbome
J home except to mens affairs and to the thehouses thehCMl5e5 theI
houses of Intimate friends when the thewearer tIMweuer thewearer
I wearer knows that the affair is informal informalBy iatormatBy informaLBy
By the way never call a dinner jacket a aTuxedo aTuxedo aTuxedo
Tuxedo or a frock coat a Prince e Al AIDert Albert Albert
bert bert both of these terms savor of pro provinctUam provlndaUsm provfndallaian
vinctUam though the use o of these ex expressions expressions oxpressiaus ¬
pressions are not as objectionable as asspeaking asspeak asspeaking
speaking of a waistcoat as a Ves vest and andof andof andof
of trousers as pentsWJth pants pealsWith pantsWith
With evening clothes a white tie and andwhite Iwhite andwhite
white or black waistcoat are essential essentialThe sS6DdaLThe essentiaLThe
The waistcoat can be of silk or satin and andelaborately aDdelaborately andelaborately
elaborately embroidered if the wearer wearerfancies wearerfancies wearerfancies
fancies Last winter an English nabob nabobwho Owho nabobwho
who had amassed a large fortune in the theOrient theOrJeut theOrient
Orient wore to one of the smart functions func functions runetions ¬
tions given here a heavy eavy white sttta stttawaistcoat StS1waistcoat satinwaistcoat
waistcoat richly embroidered to colors colorsWith colorsWith colorsWith
With his evening clothes this worthy in invariably 1nvuiably invariably ¬
variably wore wo a dozen or so of the deco decorations deoorntlons decorations ¬
rations that bad been bestowed upon him himby himby himby
by Eastern v potentates and as be was wastall wastall wastall
tall and slender with keen dark eyes and anda anda anda
a mass of white hair hairhair hair as thick and andheavy andhecvy andheavy
heavy and white as that which adorns adornsthe aGorasthe adornsthe
the head of Mark Twain Twanthe the effect of his hispresence hispre6eDce hispiesace
presence was d1WI d1WIPatent dazzlingPatent dazzling dazzlingPatent
Patent leather pumps and black SIlk SIlkhose hilkhose ilk ilkhose
hose are the proper dressing 3resstag for the feet feetnever feetneve feetnever
never colored hose in the evening The Thegloves l1teSoves Thegloves
gloves should should of course course be white and andthey adthey andthey
they should be worn worn especially ly when whenthere wbenthere whenthere
there is dancing and < not carried in theband the thehand theband
band A crush silk hat completes the thecostume tbecostume thecostume
costume with which should bS worn wornwhea wonwhe1 wornwhen
when the season requires an Inverness InvernessOn Invente8SOn InvernessOn
On formal occasions the men a wear starched starchedshirts starcited5I starchedshirts
shirts with cuffs attached attachedtbat that is i5 sewed sewednet sewedt sewednet
net t buttoned on The bosoms should be beof beof beof
of fine linen and unpolished unpoifabedHandkerchiefs t1po1tMedEJmdkercblefs unpolishedHandkerchiefs
Handkerchiefs should be of as fine and andas aacIas andas
as sheer s linen as the owner can afford affordaad donanG affordand
and i bis h his 5 monogxain or crest should be beembroMared beembr beeared
embr embroMared eared in the corner Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefswith Handk Handkwtth Handkerchiefswith
with colored borders are bad form even eeaJa evenIn
Ja the day time It does very well f fscla for forscboolboys <
schoolboys scla YS to wear handkerchiefs bor bordered bordered bordered ¬
dered to match their socks and they ties tiesbut tiesbut tiesbut
but nom of the world era at1lMftr never guilty of ofthfe oftt ofthis
this affectation affectation5Cy aifeGtaUooMy
S e f e eMy
My correspondent asks how w to dispose disposeof
of invitations All Invitations should be beanswered beaaswered beanswered
answered promptly dinner invitations hmedlotely ha immediately j jmediately
mediately within the hour if possible possibleIf 086IbIeIt
If there is any doubt in your mind as to towhether towDeth6r towhether
whether you should accept or refuse ret1Ise re refuse re refuse refuse ¬
fuse at once There is no social crime so sounpardonable soUD sounpardonable
UD unpardonable bIe as to keep a hostess in sus suspease suspense suspe0ee
pease pe0ee regarding her beidiDDerlIIIt dinner list To ac accept ac accept accept ¬
cept a dinner invitation and then to with withdraw wtthdrw withdraw ¬
draw your acceptance at the Jut moment mo moment m0 m0ment ¬
ment save for death or absence from fromtown tramtown fromtown
town is a crime for which a lingering lingeringdeath 1IDgedagdeath lingeringdeath
death such as boiling oil is too feeble a apunishment apunishment apunishment
punishment In answering an invitation invitationone IavItaUonODe invitationone
one should be guided by the wording of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the invitation If Mrs Smith requests requeststhe requeststhe
I the pleasure of Mr Jones company companythen company companythen companythen
then Mr Jones should accept with pleas pleasure pleasure pleasare ¬
ure the kind t Invitation ftc c But if Mrs MrsSmith sSmtth MrsSmith
Smith writes to My dear Mr Mr Jones Jonesthen JOBeSthen Jonesthen
then Mr Jones should reply to My dear dearMrs dearMrs dearMrs
Mrs Smith In a word word when an t Invi Invitation invitation avl avltation ¬
tation is written in the third person the thereply iliereply thereply
reply should be written ia the third per person Ison person ¬
son son and so when it is written in the first firstit ftrstlit firstit
lit it calls for x a reply in the first Be care careful careful careinI ¬
ful in replying to a bid for a dinner to torepeat torepeat torepeat
repeat the exact wording of the ravita ravitattoa 1avStatl lovitaUsa
Usa as to day and hour for instance instanceMr taDceir InstanceMr
Mr Jones accepts with much pleasure pleasureMrs sureI pleasureMrs
Mrs Smiths kind Invitation for dinner dinneron dlooeron dinneron
on Saturday March 1 1 at 8 oclock oclockThe ocieckThe
I The same etiquette etiQD < te prevails for break breakfasts breakfasts ¬
fasts and luncheons as for dinners ad aadfollowing andfollowing
following any ny y of o these functions a return returncall returncan returncall
I call should be made within the week weekThis weekThIs weekThis
This visit visif is necessary n necesserv Y whether the t Invi Invitation avi avitation ¬
tation is accepted or not Breakfasts and andluncheons Delluncheons andluncheons
luncheons are naturally much tees formal formalaffairs formalaffairs
affairs than dinners and greater latitude latitudeis
is allowed in dress A frock coat c t Is oat oatof outof
of o place at these affairs urdeee they have havean haYe8Jl havean
an oScial character characterASWEHSTO chanicterANSWEBS characterANSWERS
L Quashes Whsa WJsa a peer 5s 5swHe isrite8 to a awtideUog
wtideUog wHe Ie IDa o > + arrh CSCZ ill felisaedhp MIDwe4 MIDwe41Ir
1Ir 1 r iatea at tile JMme iIIM11 t pe JIIIII JIIIIIis > va wio wioh
is eslp iImt te tile eiIIIrIk and a aA pssmt pssmtA1
Answer ADsw8lThat That is simply a matter of in individual mI indtvldusl ¬
dividual dtvldusl preference In inviting you to only onlythe Dalythe 1y 1yI
I the church there was probably no inten intention bitenttin ¬
tion to slight you and your not receiving receivinga rec tviu tviua
a bid to die house m7 bYe been Ail
almost erdnshre erdnshreexploited cclas1ve1 cclas1ve1ofThrol aclcslvelexploited
exploited ofThrol Tfarojig Tfarojiga Thro Throa
a series serIeS of living livingpicture livingpicieres IVlng
picture picieres the wholeworld wholeworld whole wholeTrorld
world is n spread is ishistoric inj in inHistoric
historic j toric and andica1 typ ¬
ical replica before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the ga gaze e of ofan s san
an admiring admiringmulti admiringmultitude A Amultitude <
multitude multi multitudeboth tude tudeboth T Tthe
both sides 0 othe
the earth are aredisplayed U8displayed aredisplayed
displayed in
the e some arena Tribes anoes ana and poop poopof people peopleof
of two hemispheres take their places placesia placesin
ia in geographical groupes and typical typicalreviews typIcalreVIews typicalreviews
reVIews reviews reSeotiag vistas of the vari various TaJ1ous ran ranoils ¬
ous countries which they ilieyrepresent theyrepresent
ss ssrepresent
represent Striking contrasts contrastssbooad cooUastsRd contrastsabognd
sbooad abognd Rd and the comparison comparisonof conpL comparison comparisonof n nor
of tribes sad races are made madeeasy Jmdeeasy madersy
easy for or in one arena are areof areshown areshown
shown the nooDle > of nations
The native nati o of ot ancient ancie it t Egypt Jtgyptoriginal t brush bnanehooldea brushmouIdetS briskshoulders
shoulders with the original originalarm Ameri Ameriit AmenC3D American
can in in his groundearth ground arm war ai paint paintof paintand paintand
and feathers the little yellow man manof manof
of Japaa JapanYankees Yankees of the Far East Eastend Eastand II IIADd
end their vanquished foe foe the Russian Hussionsaddle
their saddle methods
are are brought into dose comparison conpsKson with the therftsfripg thedashing
dashing cowboy of our own Wild West WestTo WestTo WestTo
To both the student of ethnology and to tothe totbe tothe
the seeker after amusement unusement the comprehen comprehensive comprehensive ¬
8 sive ve character of the exhition exh bi on makes strong strogappeal strongap strongappmt
appeal ap Every Everyscene scene is worked out with withabsolute withabsolute urithabsolute
absolute eorreehem eprrectaes eorrect e of detail every ev feature featureis fe 1ture 1tureis =
is Is authentic Every horseman bc is the hero he bedepicts hedepits hedepicts
depicts the garb be wears is the uniform ormof cnHonaof
of the tribe Or or nation which gave ga him birth birtiuThe birthThe birthTire
The arybridr very bridle that curbs the neck of a prang prangsteed prancing prancingsteed
steed is u of regulation ret 4tion make and pattern ttern and a w wstand w1JIstand wfl J
stand the closest closest scrutiny hie The leader cf this
host of horsemen bo en the director of this ethnologi ethnologiBaffalp ethnolo ethnolocal
31 mirror iror of the earth is is the original and only old it
Baffalp Buffalo B BH BiHhe he he stands alone in a das unto
himself for ia in his class there is but ONE and
that a is Cot Wm F E COdy Eeis the last of the thet theI
oversight or It may be that the hOUse housowas hOUsewas housewas
was too small to Include every one I Iwould IOUId Iwould
would not let my sensitiveness stand In Inthe inthe inthe
the way of my mysendlng sending the young couple couplea
a gift If IiI I had the inclination to do so soQcftlon soQcestlon
2 Qecstton How aaoold oa1d an invitation + cnjnred cnjnredfe ued uedfa
fe cafes oa a largs la s card to larlldpsto p1te in the theopeasg tleof theoperas
operas crrencafes of the AUata AImYnkIm Yoioa Erin ErpositJOB Erintree
tJOB tree be aassOTd anssssedl b7 BT rrr nt a trill typewriting typewritingsvScot trDexritinFralScuf
Answer ADswerBy By longhand
3 3 Qatgioa If a younj nan knowing another sootherat anotherau anotherauk
at au to tie series in a potoctorr way fromIrigaeat from fromi frcmft8QIRIIt
ft8QIRIIt edsgs i bat bat hiring nothing notrlI Ia ntB n conuaonl conuaonlmafeM eonrzenimeabee
mafeM fan the sec man an annoanccBuat of
his ham aid be always tespocd wishing him fefmfee 1Cnit2ie himthe
fee asgBlfeikiass7 se + ai falkitr3iotssl 7 E ENSIGN ENSIGNAnswsr 6IGN SIGiAnswerMost 6IGNADSW
Answsr ADSW AnswerMost Most ost certainly A courtesy courtesyno courtesyalways courtesyeboukl
eboukl no ld always be mat m t with a courtesy courtesyJ
J QMrtfcw I met and and entertained Kd lire Taft 3ftwhea Di Diwas Taftwhen
when she e WM to the West West and I would lite very rerySrweac Ter1te veryas
as te r her sgata while I U1 in Washirngtba Washirngtbaca Wa WaCIa
CIa Tau WI me the best n3 to apprise i her cr of mr mrJI86eIIC8 mypeseace
Srweac ia tows tswah DENVSE DENVSEAnswer DE DENV3EAnswerMrs VER VERYrs
Answer AnswerMrs Mrs Taft Is at present as you youwill youwill youwill
will see by the daily papers too 111 to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive formally and It would be J Inson Insonshterato ncon nconsiderata on onSS
shterato SS to ask for an Interview just now nowbut nowbut nowbut
but when she S has quite recovered If you youwill youwill
will writs her a note recalling your meet meeting meetmg meetlag
lag ia the West West she will doubtless reply
by inviting you to one one of her he informalreceptions Informal Informalrecaptions InformalrocePtloDs
5 5 QBestton QaeeWrrI I am ea essayed In some rAther taper 1mIUtut im er ertint
tint t at w etfa Washington Wa2 ± tar ted a K New w York paper paperhts paperhas pe1 pe1as
has wriucd efez me to send them a sketch of my
I life W UJ > vise t V VF39b r studied m irafeskn Jro n and ande a photo photog
g F39b h M e asjeeU WbuH yea do this thisWATER Jrls1 Jrls1WATER thisWATIm
Answer AnswerIt If I wanted to advertise my myself myHlC myself ¬
self yes There Is no possible objection objectionto
to U Ui It Itt
i t QwstiMWhftt Cie sWhat WMt te to die of the fools fool dfe dfesat dbtaeeer
taeeer taeeerAnswerTo sat satAnswer r
Answ8loor Answer T die of the foqls f 1s dis disease dlseue disease ¬
ease eue is to ale of too much mu h thought The Theexpression TheexpreeeIoft Theexpression
expression Is to be found in the works worksof worksor worksof
of a noted Spanish philosopher pbUOS pher who whosays whosays
says 75 Th The wise generally die after they
have lost tn t Ir reason fools before they
have foetid It It To die of the tools dis disease cDse disease ¬
ease is to die of too much thought Some Somedie Someme Somedie
die became they think and feel too toomuch toomach toomuch
much others live because bec use they do think thinkand thJRkaDCl thinkand
and f feel el these are fools because they do donot doBOt donot
not die of sorrow the others because bocausthey becausetbe7 becausethey
they do A Afoot fool is he that dies of too tooorach tooIII1IC welunch
lunch knowledge thus some die because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they ar are too knowing others because becausethey becau5etIaeT becausethey
they are not knowing enough Yet Yetthough YettIIoegIa Yetthough
though Many die like fools foots few die dfefoots diet dieDry diefools
foots t
Dry Cleaning CleaningDry
Dry cteaatos at hone is almost regard regarded ragarded regarded
ed in the light of a hobby by many maR wom women womelL women ¬
en elL A word of warning is however howevernecessary h howevernecessary wever wevernecSlMt17
necessary at the outset before dry dean deantog clenlog cleanlag
tog by means of gasoline Is commenced commencedsays commen commenJS commencedsoya
says JS the Baltimore e Sun SunFew SunFew SunFew
Few choiads ch > miciln Is which are within the therange theot therange
range of the amateur are more explosive explosivetergft expJosivett explosiveaiyid
tt a large Jaq quantity of f the gasoHne gasoHnenever gL gaaobaeshould IIee IIeeshouJd
should never be kept In the house if ifposefefe Ipos IfposeibM
pos lble nor should the th cleaning process proceoeba processbe rGC 8be
be carried on where there is artificial artificiallight artiftdRl1IgJat artlf3da1light
light lightUntil 1IgJatUatJI lightUntil
Until the garments cleaned are thor thoroughly tboougbiy thoroughly ¬
oughly dry they should not be placed placeddose placedclose placeddose
dose to an open stove or fireplace When Wheapossible W1i Whenpossible n npo
possible the whole process should begin beginand beginaDd beginand
and end in daylight daylightTo dayllgbtTo daylightTo
To dean blouses of silk stlk crepe de chine chineor chine chineOr chineor
or other other nice materials an eartbernware eartbernwareor
or aa enameled Jar or pan with a cover covershould coversboukl covershould
should H e used and kept k pt strictly for that tfeatpurpose tiaatpwpoee thatpusDoea
purpose purposeThe pwpoeeThe pusDoeaThe
The article to be cleaned should be beplaced DepIKed beplaced
placed at the bottom and covered coveredSlisoUae with withgasoline withgasoline
gasoline and the th lid put on on After Aftertwentyfour AftertWfmbfOUt Aftertwentyfour
twentyfour hours the jar may ba openedand opened openedand oppnedand
and the blouse gently squeezed with the thefingers theAngers hefingers
fingers until all the dirt Is removed removedThe removedThe removedThe
The gasoline should then be poured off offinto oftmto offInto
into a bottle and placed with the rest of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the spirit and after twentyfour hours hoursmay hoursmay hoursmay
may be used again the liquid hem hempoured being beingpou beingpoured
poured pou off slowly without shaking while whilethe wbUethe whilethe
the dirt remains in the form of a sodt sodtnteat sedfmeat sedtment
meat at the bottom of the bottle bottleTo I ITo ITo
To Keep Ivory White Whitern Whitehi VfctteIvory
rn hi reaa tin IV t 3I1lIiaD t es esIftIT TsmcsIvory
Ivory knife handles may be whitened whitenedand W ItenedaacI whitenedand
and kept white If they are occasionally occasIonaJIysoaked occasionallysoaked
soaked in alum water The alum water watermust waterJBU8t watermust
must boil first and be then allowed to toecoL toeaoI tocool
cool After the knives kDl S have remained in inthe Inthe Inthe
the water an hour remove them and aadbrash aOO1InI andbrash
brash with a nail brush and then allow allowthen aUowthem allowthem
them to dry slowly in a wet linen toweL toweLTo towelTo towelTo
To Clean Without lthout DustFa Dust DastTo DustFm
Fm u Ph ddphs Jrk Dmes DmesTo L LTo
To deaa furniture without dusting up upeverything upwerytldag upeverything
everything in the t e room rocmIy cover CO l the uphol upbelstaring upholstering up1telste ¬
staring R with a wet cloths and then beat U Urenewing It ItreDewiDr Itrenewing
renewing the cloth several veal times The Theduet Theda Thedust
duet will not rise in the room room
rTRE rombil13tion combination of BO Bo5afo sIO Bnfs Wad
TI West with Pawnee BiDs B ls Far Ei EaM beereseed bee beereaoked
reseed in in the formatioa of the biggest biggestetbnoloricel b bethaolo
etbnoloricel e icel exhibition ever bro bcoaght gat t mao urtopabfic maopub
pub pabfic view view In In no other areaa is in no otherolhes other otherofine
ofine caa the equal of these these allied forces be
feud For more than a quarter of a century
these two exhibitions have been separately t y
before the amusementseeking people of two twoopatteente twoOOD twoaoatinentapioneers
8eDfsp opatteente OOD pioaeers of pioneer pioneer eshibitkxia oas
they 1 are BOW united into one bold dashing
aad typical exkibitioa exhi itjoc The Wild WC5tr West pre prevscaasly
TiousIy speciafued br b Cot Cody the onJ orhgganal orhgganaland
and oDIy Ba a1o 132l B l 3 now into
sharp ooatrast ooatrastwith oontrastwith ooetraastwith
with the Far FarEast FarEast FarEast
East which whichMajor whichYaiorIillie whichw
w Major YaiorIillie YaiorIilliePwnee MajorLilhePawnee Lillie LilliePawnee
Pawnee Pawneeu PwneeBill PawneeBill
u Bill has hass hasheretofore hasheretofore
s heretofore
great scouts the last of the ptucsmeccraiw ptucsmeccraiwriora pWnsm pWnsmr
nose riora r Ol3 w s o redeocaed rede lled < the Western wilds for tbs theonward tbaonward tbsODward
onward march of commerce And civiizatioo civduzataonIiis civiizatiooHis cidim eD eDHis
His great eat exhibition M is a truthful representa representation teprtSentaof representation ¬
tion of the days when history was made from fromsunrise fromsunrise
sunrise sunrise to sunset when brave deeds d were weremultiplied re remul weremultiplied
multiplied mul plied by the arithmetic of privation privationand pnva privationand oo ooad
and valorcloaked horsemen rode in in the saddle saddleof saddleof saddleof
of uodviog uad fame Contrasted with these thesescenes theseKeneS thesescenes
scenes scenesvalue hiMoric interest and rm imperishable imperishableTalue pexrshable pexrshablevalue
value the sands of Sahara with with its star slowyrauing starwiauine sJowwiGtling
wiauine wiGtling cavalcade ca 3kade of desert ships ship hi looms into intoview intoview
view the denizens of the Orient Orientstrrkehands Orientstrrkehandswins strike bands bandswith handswith
with men and women of the Occident and two twosides twosides twosides
sides of the world are brought t into strong relief reliefEvery reliefEvery reliefEvery
Every element that enters into the programs programsdiversity programsdiersity programsdiversity
diversity is is brought out in truthful array with tvitbfidelity withfidelity withfidelity
fidelity to historic and racial fact Jlea Ien of many many manynotinno
notinno nations mAm men of f Tn many v4riK tribes a horses Tinrc a arHanimaa arHanimaaof awl firvl animas anin1usof animasof Qnimif
of two bemispberes hemispheres hexes pass in review re review ew savagery sa aett and
barbaric warfare are are depicted in in centers of Ares Areseatdaycivilization presentday IreSentikycmIiz3tion ¬
entday entikycmIiz3tion civilization The Thepleallre3md pleasures and pasuraes pasuraesof ea eaof esof
of the nomadic Oriental are reproduced in contrsdistinctionto con contradistinctioaio a1tndist
tradistinctioaio tndist to the pleasures obtained ob ed through i
modem raei raeiand i iand
and Occidental Occidentalinspiration Occidentalns Occidentalinspiration
inspiration inspirationMen ns pi rl tio tio1Ien
Men of two half halfworlds hiliworlds halfworlds
worlds vie with iritheach witheach witheach
each other in infeats infents infeats
feats of skill and andequi1ibrstic andequiibrstic i iequbristic
equbristic dexterity dex dexterity ¬
terity The Theg 1
k varyng varying g and andfo j a
fo various styles stylesof stylesof
of horse
1 1manahip
maaship of earths ea 8 foremcetcaucus foremcet foremostnations foremcetnzuons
nations are shown ia in boldand bold boldfe boldand
fe and dashing t csbibi csbibiy hibi hibitfonsaf ibi ibitionsor
y tions tionsor of saddle daring daringnd daringrd
nd rd d expertness expertnesaThe exp expertnessThe tl ess essTh
The Th most inter intera <
+ d f t
a angsrdmrest it f
delega delegations de1e ¬ R 1 V i < i JI JIODs
tions of ofearths t lJ lJI I t
I earths earthspeople t > < s N I
I people peoplelue peopleare
1 are shown in the same arena customs and andcostumes andCOtumes andcetumes
lue costumes of picturesque pi tribes and types typesare typesI typesare
are shown add by bysrde side in in animated a1 1Mted scenes scenesaad scenesand
I and stirring incidents There is correctness correctnessi correctnessand
i and authenticity on every hand and in db dbpby dieplay
by on the loc long and varied program and aadin muitn andin
in no other exhibition can be found such suchstrenuous suchstenuocs suchstreauots
strenuous and engaging e examples of his historic hs histone ¬
tone reproduction repod reproduction on Men Ien of ancient races racesaad racessurd
and tribes tai unite with th representatives repr ntlthes of ofmodmi ofmodem ofmodern
modem times in presenting preselrti vistas of the
historic and heroic past uniting both sides sidesof sidesof
of the earth in a panorama of surpassingsplendors surpassing surpassingsplendors surpassicgs
splendors s endors chn richness a and grandeur
Social Hour Spent by Members Mem Membels
bers bels of Covenant So3ie So3ieON Society SocietyPIOBIG SocietyBY
Contest In Ninth Street Christian CltrlstianChurch ChristianChurch C rllltlnn rllltlnnChurch
Church Ends with vitb Plan for Deco Decoration Decoration Decoration ¬
ration Day Dt Picnic PJcmle3lnny Jinny Sul SulJllcrlp SulJllcrlptlonll Subscriptions crlp crlptlons
tlons to the Builders allder5 Union Are ArcComing AreComing AreComing
Coming In InGonteat Context by Eastern EasternOn EosternOn EasternOn
On the invitation of the social committee commit committee commlt1ee ¬
tee of the Covenant Christian Endeavor EndeavorSociety EndeaorSodety EndeavorSociety
Society a oontpaay o p8DY of more than fifty fiftygathered fiftygaU lIftygathered
gathered gaU red about the dinner table in one oneof oneof oneof
of toe Sunday SUDda school rooms on the night nightof nightof nightof
of May 14 14 and spent an enjoyable hour hourThe hourTIle hourThe
The Rev James M M Henry H mY pastor of ofPeck o oPeek ofPeck
Peck Chapel served as toastmaster an anoffice anofilce anoffice
office which he fiNed to the amusement amusementand amusementand amusementand
j and satisfaction of all al present He re responded responded responded ¬
sponded to the first toast to to the president presidentof
of the society Irving Irv1 g Paul Taylor Taylor1tLhe Taylor1tLhenext The Thenext he henext
next toast was to the wife of o the pastor pastorto pastorto pastorto
to which Miss Mabel Del responded with withan withan withan
an original ori tal verse To the toast DrWoOd Dr DrWood DrWood
WoOd Wood Miss Barney replied with a coup cojiplet 0 couplet 1 1let
let let expressing the pleasure of the so society s0 s0ciety soclety ¬
ciety in claiming him as Its ItspaStor pastor and andfriend and andfriend andtriend
friend Dr Wood answered to Our so society 50cety soadety ¬
ciety with remarks wise and witty witt Mr MrTaylor MrTztJor MrTaylor
Taylor created merriment t by his response responseto
to The The assistant minister min star Mr Dennett Dennettand DennettaOO Dennettand
and Mr r Dennett D OAett in turn turn gave Mr MrHenry MrBeary MrHenry
Henry HenryMrs BearyMrs HenryMrs
Mrs Hesotar a guest gave ga e two recita recitations recltatkNIs recitalions ¬
lions lionsThe tionsThe
The Society of Washington Was Heights HeightsPresbyterian HeightsPresb HeightsPre
Presbyterian Presb Pre byterlan ertan Chan Church reports the follow following followIng following ¬
ing officers for the term beginning with withMay withMay withMay
May President Pres1 entMiss Mtee Katherine William WilMamson WUHamSOIl Williamson
son vice president Woodson Houghton Houghtonsecretary BoughwRe Houghtonseoretary
secretary e Miss Virginia Mayfleld treats treasurer troo5urer treatsurer ¬
urer Robert ert Moran superintendent Mrs MrsClaude MrsthaudeHelper Irs IrsCIutde
Claude thaudeHelper Helper chairman of lookout com commtttee commtttee cominlttee
mtttee Mtes Helen Monroe missionary missionaryMiss mlsatdtUYMiss missldnaryMiss
Miss Jeeefe Bobtson prayer t meeting meetingMtes meetingMIss meetingMiss
MIss Phoebe Berrkt social Miss VirMayfield Vir Virginia VJrJIId ¬
ginia Mayfield attendance Miss MaudBiases Maud MaudThe MaudHlReOIL
Biases HlReOILTIle BiasesThe
The EadeeVOrers of GantoaTeraple So Society So Society Soelety ¬
ciety are planning for a picnic on May MayX lIay11Ie7 MaypE
X They cxpe xpect < to leave e for Great Falls Fallson FaDsGB Failsea
on the 9 octoek car carMfee carO carMiss
Miss lembetta Maynard recently enter entertained entertataed entertamed ¬
tamed the laMS ha and social meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Ninth Street Intermediate Society of ofCBrtatiaa orCIId ofChristian
Christian tIaa Endeavor Eade at her hone boMeSIxtIt CS CSSixth 151 151Sixth
Sixth street northeast northeastThe DOrtbesstTIM northeastThe
The contact coat In the Ninth Street Chris Christian rlsdIut Chrisdax ¬
tian Society ended Sunday May S and andthe adUN andthe
the loafing side Is making arrangements arrangementsfor arrmgemeats1 arrmgemeats1tor arrangementsfora
for fora a mammoth Iftftth lunch for their annual annualDecoration avall annualDeoorition
Decoration Decor Day 1 picnic which will be held heldat heldat heldat
at Forest Glean Arrangements are In hicharge inchatgo I Iof
charge of William A Dieotse DieotseThe DisqueThe e i iThe
The Society of West Street Presbyterian PresbyterianChvrch PresbyrerknCJuarc Presbyterianchurch
church with the cooperation of a cent centjntttee oemmittee
III IIItttee
jntttee irma the Sunday school has ar arof arfor arranged
ranged for a lawn fet fete en the grou grounds groundsof 1ds I
of the old Damsel mansion n It win con conttave C4 condune n ntin
dune tin for three evenings June S So S and andIn andJIl andm
In Special music wilt be a feature featureLast ftItreLa9t featureLast
Last Saturday evening the Eastern EastornPreebyteriaa Easler1Preebrtedan EasternPresbyterian
Presbyterian Endevorers EDde oreca inaugurated a acontest aeontest acontest
contest which WIll probably run for a adoz a aSlmMys adorm
doz dorm n Sundays Rexford Holmes ROlm and andCbazies andCbarIes andCharles
Charles Deed Will captain the two sides sidesPoints sldePotDts sidesPoints
Points may be won On by either Bide by byenlisting byactive byenlisdag
enlisting active and associate members membersby memb membersby s s8T
by prompt attendance ance OB the Endeavor Endeavorservice Eooeewrernce Endearservice
service > by bringing visitors by ooHec ooHecttaBS coUe coUettoDs collections
ttaBS ttoDs and by attendance tt8D on the evening eveningchurch evenlagdaurda eveningchurch
church services The contest began wNk wNkthe WIthe a lba lbathe
the term of toe following officers omcers omcerswtslt who whowish whowish
wish to awaken new interest In the Ba Badeavor Ba BadeYOr Badeavor
deavor work President WeDt Miss Leah B TaEtwood BEl 1iElwood
El Elwood wood vice president Mrs C C L LNMbel L LNfIbeI LNelbel
NMbel second vice president presk1 t Charles CharlesReed ChadesReed CharlesRecd
Reed COCTe corresponding secretary Edward EdwardBotecher EdwanisecretarY EdwardButeebec
Botecher recording secretary Miss ts Lute LuteLee L LLee LuteLee
Lee treasurer Mr Loraine Clements ClementsJunior ClementsJuntor ClementsJunior
Junior superintendent Miss Janie Smith SmithThe SmithThe SmithThe
The chairmen of the committees oomml ees are areLookout areLookout areLookout
Lookout Mrs E E T Gayle missionary missionaryMrs missionaryMrs j
Mrs EQe Perkins prayer meeting Miss MtsaBilla MissRBIa ts6 ts6RIUa
RBIa Hawke music Miss Florence FlorenceTrainham Flor FlorTraIIabaJQ FlorenceTrainhaaq
Trainham social Roy Sommers and aaddower Mi1ilAoww andSowce
dower Mice Lucy English The Th social socialwas Ietwu sodawas
was heM as a reception to these leaders leadersThe JeadersT1ae leadersThe
The Junior department t of the t e Temple TempleBaptist T TmpleBaptist AIjIe AIjIeBepUst
Baptist society will join with tha Scalars Sentocsm SetIkKsID ScalarsIn
m ID a Service M vice of apodal interest tenlgtat tenlgtatax
at 7 oclock Aneeaotes lItes suggested s sted stedpr by bypressed oy oypraaeed
praaeed flowers from the Holy Land sad sadprecedteg adICfIe andmedic
medic ICfIe an attractive object lesson will wJHovNtenee wille willevidence
evidence e the enthusiasm with which tits titsJtmlor theJuubr I IJatdor
Jtmlor work is s progressing proeresstagMetropotttaa progressingMetropohttan es IXetropoltt1U
Metropotttaa Presbyterian Y Y P S CL C B Bgubgciibed Eo EoI Ei
subscribed for ten shares in the Builders BuildersUnion BulkIerI
I I Union l nlon nut week Subscriptions SUb made by byother byother I
f other oth r societies s are betas eta paid In frost fronttime
time to time The president pre i ent of the First Firstt FfrstCo FirstCow
t Congregational Co Christian Un Endeavor S SIciety s So Society
Iciety cWty has annotated H T Richards and aadMiss andMiss
Miss S S E E Dfcvteon to work up interest interestI
in the Builders Union UnionMr U 1
Mr OMham a prominent jXOID member of o the thesociety thesociety
society of the Central Christian Church Churchof Cimr CimrC1
of Lexington Ky was a visitor at the theSunday
Sunday meeting of the society of the Vermoat Ver Vermoat
moat Avenue A ftJ1ue Christian Church Church and andmad andmade
mad made a snort taRt tafiLAa taWAs
Aa intermediate lD te society Iety of Christian ChrlstlauED ChristianEnvoi
Endeavor ED of sixteen members has been been01Pllbed beenoraanbed
organized at Faith Chapel in M r street streeti streetA
A N Dewey is superintending the move movement m07eJDeIIt mo e emeat
meat TIle young people chose c Miss Its Viola VlofeHudson VIQaHuelson ViolaHudson
Hudson as president presidentPaul presWentPaul presidentPaul
Paul Taylor Jcr president ptelG t of tie society societyof fo eocletsof leti letiof
of the tJt Church of the e Covenant C enaHtled led the themeeting themeetmg themeeting
meeting of the West Street society last lhtSunday lastSunday 1a3tSund8y
Sunday evening 6VealDgThe eveningThe
The twentyfourth International Chrls Chrlstin Christian
tin Endeavor convention opens or July JulyIt JulyIt
It is known that a number of Edeav Edeavorers E Edearorers eav eavorers
orers will 111 go from from here on the excursion excursiontrip excursiontrip excursiontrip
trip planned by Edward Tarring trans transportation transPOrtation transportaiioa ¬
portation manager for the Distlcc A Anumber An Anumber
number n mber of societies have Indicated theirintention their theirintention
intention of sending delegates at the ex expeaseot expense
pease peaseot of the society 5Ocl ty The trip as planned plannedby plannedby
by Mr Tarring covers two weeks we wep kfrom from fromstart frontstart
start to finish one being at St St Paul Pauland Pauland Pauland
and the other sightseeing en route Ex Expenses Expenses Expenses ¬
penses for the trip including the stay stayat staYat stayat
at St Paul Puwl wSl l be onlv onlyabout on about 80 80I SSOHai 80 80Her
I Hai Her H Answer AnswerFrom AnswerFrom
FrosatheAicWscQGtofcs FrosatheAicWscQGtofcsAn From Ute kIt5GR GIebe GlelrAn I IAn
An Atchison girl had a proposal of mar marriage marriage ¬
riage Sunday night and asked a week marI to tothink tothink tothink
think It over She went to all of her mar married married married ¬
ried sisters One One who used to be a belle bellehad bene benehad bellehad
had three children did all her own work workand work workand workand
and hadnt been to a theater or out rid riding rJding riding ¬
ing since she was married Another Anotherwhose Anotherwhose Anotherwhose
whose husband was w a a promising young youngman youngman youngnnan
man at the time she was married wassupporting was wassupporting wassupporting
supporting him A third didnt dare say sayher sa saher sawher
her life was her own when her husband husbandwas busbandwas husbandwas
was around around and a fourth was divorced divorcedAfter divorcedAfter divorcedAfter
After visiting them and hearing their theirwoes theirwoes theirwoes
woes the heroine of this little tale went wenthome wentbome wenthome
home got pen and Ink and paper and andwote andwote andwote
wote an answer to the young man You Yoamay Youmat Youmay
may think It was refusing reusln him hIm but It Itwasnt itwasnt itwasnt
wasnt Sh She said she would be ready in ina Ina ina
a month th
Sleep for the the Nervous Xervtmaul SerT SerTrcm NervousFrom
From l rcm oca the Pfcflideiphla P1Uad lpJrlATbIes lpJrlATbIesTha Times IteesLThe TimesThe
The nervous patient should have either eithereight eithere1Jht eithereight
eight or nine hours of sleep sII1
Miladys M il dy s Coiffure CoiffUreFrom
From the Philadelphia Bulletin BaHctoMany Bdeti1Many BulletinMany
Many new and pretty prett styles tyles of hair hairdiesslng hairdressing hairdressing
dressing have been introduced during thelast the thelast thelast
last few weeks weeksOne weeksOne weeksOne
One of the daintiest employs broadbands broadbands broad broadbands
bands of colored ribbon te give the fin finishing 1lnisblng finishing ¬
ishing touches touphesThe tou touchesThe 1es 1esThe
The hair is looped and coHefi 1tp p in back backin backIn backIn
in the form of a chignon chignon the ribbon ar arranged uranged arranged ¬
ranged in a formal fillet across the front frontof frontot frontof
of the head then takes to the back and andlooped aJI4looped andlooped
looped around the chignon ending with a asmart asmart asmart
smart little bow bowIn bowIn bonIn
In order or e to look weH it is necessary that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the arrangement of the hair should har harmonize armonle harmonize ¬
monize with the style of the sown sownShould gwaShould gownShould
Should the Louis I Uis XVI XYImodes modes retWD retemwto retemwtofavor retenTto retenTtofavor to totaor
favor it Is likely that the high coiffure coiffurewill Coltr1Koill coiffurewill
will be revived with the th hair brushed off offthe ofthe oftthe
the forehead the many puffs and coils coilsand coilsnnd coilsand
and even the side ringlets of the period periodSome periodSome periodSome
Some of the present styles snow 8 actual actualbunches actualbunches actualbunches
bunches of curls and ringlets at the side sideof sideor sideof
of the bead hea but these are extreme extteAle and andbecoming aDCfbecoming andbecoming
becoming to very few fewTo tewTo fewTo
To The Point PointFred PointFrsm PointPYs
PYs Fred = the ChtagB CbIa leas XevsPluck leasPluck en enPluck
Pluck loses no time ttnl OB acccat et < rf bard bardluck IMudluck hardluck
luck luckBlessings luckBlessings luckBlessings
Blessings of poverty pove may ay look good g od odthe te tethe tothe
the millionaire mttHonaireA
A price mark holds all right on almostanything almost almostanything dmostanyt
anyt anything mg except a men menIt mea meaIt muIt
It is easier er to dodge responsibility r thanit than thanit thanIt
it is to dodge the tonsil reovUA reewtA
A legal light naturally feefe bcib put out if ifthe itthe ffthe
the judge turns him own dowaSome ownSome downSome
Some people are always looking for a anew 2new anew
new kind of mistake to make makeIts MkeIts makeICs
Its difficult to convince a loafer that thathe athe thathe
he Isnt smarter than men who work workNever VrWkNeYer workNever
Never borrow trouble troubleand and never lead leadIt JeAC1it lendIt
It to a man who has a strenuous tS dis disposition dis disposition dleposhIon ¬
position positionThe positionThe poshIonThe
The manly art 8t of f selfdefense NItdet ase IB apt aptto aptto
to go lame whan wane S It encounters a womans womanseyes Vr1OIIIAseyes I
eyesA eyes eyesA eyesA
A mans last silver s V8l dollar 4eUr looks as big bfeas bigag bigas
as a cart wheel heel just before It 3fcteppoars dlahppostsaround < 3fcteppoarsaround n naround
around the bendin the pike nfleeTraveling like likeTraveling pikeTraveling
Traveling Tips TipsFnm TipstJte Tipst TipsFree t
Free OK PMfcuMpM Star StarWhen srWRea StarWhen
When ODe is tire eed and It is ineea ineeavoalent kIeA kIeAvODleat
voalent to wash wlS an excellent lotion to tonav toJtn tohave
have nav IB S cents ts worth of beradc add adddissolved addtcelnd adddissolved
dissolved ia 1 M canes ceau worth of alcohol alcoboLThis boLTIlls alcoholThis
This is perfectly barmteee and by rub rubbIa j rub rubbing b bbfag
bfag bIa the skin Ja welt eM with this applied with witha j ja
a haadkercWef every veq pore will be bedeaosed beoieaased becleansed
cleansed and yo 3 will look and feel as asfit asAt as1tEt
fit as if ityou you had used se the H best soap and andwater lidwater andwater
water TIlts te almost tedtopenieMe 11 allia when whentraveling wilentra whentraveiisg
traveling travelingWhen tra traveiisgWhen
When haggard front fatigue try the theIf tGevaNe thevalue
vaNe or a hot bath IS a IIIcIttlp If a aNttie 2little alittle
little vinegar or cologne be added the therefreshing dierelresidng therefreshing
refreshing refreshing qu qveJttiee Btfa e are strengthened strengthenedWhen 8tr 8trWhen strengthenedWhen
When overdone e ether from work w k or orpleasure orvleASUre orpleasure
pleasure try how w different rite lit will look looki JoekatteC lookafter
after a day oil IA i bed There fe little Bttiedanger JktJed81ger littledanger
danger of bad breakdowns Break ewas flor the person penORwBo personwho j jwho
who makes it a habit to have lIav occasional oomslooalletups CICILcteaalJetups occasionalletups
letups I ITiny
Tiny Watch ntch Pendant PendantFK PendantFNa PendantsBlom
FK the FMtodefcihU Tines TinesPendants TtatJLPendents TkMsPeooms
Pendants most elaborate tat workman wwrkmanEbip wckmaaSWp workmanship ¬
ship have as their chief d 8l ornament a tiny tinywatch tJgywatch tinywatch
watch not larger than a Xeeat 1feeetlee eeet piece In Infact rnact Isfact
fact so small are these watches that It kaH ItaM italt
aH hot requires a magnifying glass to toread toread toreed
read the t e itfaae dma U y than them
British Premiers Policy Palieyof of f Taxation Most Unpopular UnpopularWith UnpopularI
< With Capitalists
Mention the name of the Right Hon HonHerbert HonHerbert HonHerbert
Herbert Henry Asquith In the general generalneighborhood generalneJghb9r generalneighborhood
neJghb9r neighborhood d of an English capitalist capitalistand capitalistand capitalistand
and then t en sit back bpck and observe the mar marvellous marvenous marvellous ¬
vellous effect etrecto of cif light and shade e as theychase they theychase UIeScMS6
chase each other over said capitalists capitalistsruddy CRpltalistsddy capitalistsruddy
ruddy ddy map Erbert Enry has hasprec precisely preciselythe ely elythe
the the same effect upon the rich Briton that thatsquills thatsqultls thatsquills
squills has upon the poor one No doubt doubtsquills doubtserulDs doubtMolts
Molts is grand for theCOnsUtutIonbut theCOnsUtutIonbutit tIIetcnnstUutlon the cu stitutlon but butit butit
it certainly does play hob with the tum tummy tumWhen tummy ¬
my When Erbert Erays name comes comesas comesZp comesup
Zp at a plutocratic divinerand hiner d It comes comesas comesas
as soon as the plates are mellow onoogn 8nouguto onoognto nougnto
to loosen 1 up with the true word wordIt it Is Isgreeted IssreetM isgreeted
greeted with silent cheers Very silent sHentcheers silentdaears silentcheers
cheers Perhaps the most silent cheers cheersnow cheerslIOW cheersnow
now extant extantAH extantAH extantAll
AH that the moated bloaopely of Brit British BritIsh Britlab ¬
ish hopes is that Premier PreRl er Asquith shall shallspend shallspend shallspend
spend the remainder of Ws Ute In dying dyingas
as many painful and lingering deaths as aspossible asPOSSible aspossible
possible Meanwhile the proletariat pn letarlat belag be being beIng ¬
ing deprived of the t e Inestimable privilege privilegeof
of paying taxes direct direCt and not caring caringIf
If It never gets that privilege Is splitting splittingits
its humble throat in loud outcries for forErbert forEroort forErbert
Erbert Enry and publicly referring to tohim tohim tohim
him as the finest little Briton who would wouldnever wouldD9ver wouldnever
never never be a slave says the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Globe For Premier Asquith AsqZl slipped slippedover sUppedover slippedover
over on the English nation a Ilnanr financial ftnanclalbudget al albudget
budget that has set the court circle dr to toputting toputting
putting the coronet in the wifes name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The big men in the city are taking tnkiPg a aoay aday aday
day off so they can slip out to their little littleplace littleplace littleplace
place at MosslogbeanontheBlink Y05StDgb ontheBlink and andbury andbury andbury
bury a bundle of securities under the theeat thegreat
great eat oak Englands proudest pr Udest tribes tribesdont tribesHat tribesdont
dont dare turn the pigs In the park any anymore anymore anymore
more for fear they root up the family familyjewels familyjewels 811tUyjew
jewels jewelsAnd jew
jewAnd S e f fAnd
And no one even pretends to think thatPrenlef that thatPromIet
PromIet Premier Herbert Henry Asquith worries worrIes4me worriesone
one fatet faint infinitesimal inconsequential inconsequentialworry inconsequentialW4 inconsequentialworry
worry He did it it Thats reason r cen enough enoughr
or r Mr r Ascjulth A Ith He has the pride of oftoteilact otkateilect ofintellect
intellect developed to a point where he heregards heICb8X4I heregards
regards the rest of Great Britain mereay mereayi mere mereyas y yas
as a i stage setting for Herbert Henry HenryHe HenryHe HenryHe
He k so superior that he is irritatingly irritatragtysmug IrrltaunglysmIIgbut irritatinglytangbet
smug smIIgbut but no common sort of smug smugness smugDes6Ute smugnessthe ¬
ness Des6Ute tile kind of smugness that comes comesin comesIn comesIn
in a can His is a vintage smugness smusn with withseeJs withgum
gum seals on the t e top and all covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with cobwebs ce W6Ds Every Ev ry now and then he hepossesses hepoS6S5eS hepossesses
possesses himself of the lobe of his coun countrys countrYs countrys ¬
trys ear and leads it it squealing and pro protesting pro protest1ng protestingsia ¬
testing testingsia Ja the way foreordained for It to toso togo togo
go soTheres
Theres no me resisting for Herbert HerbertHenry HerbertBeary HerbertHenry
Henry has willed it so And the dickens dickensof dlckeasor dickensof
of it Is that the country always goes that thatway thtway thatway
way for so far Mr Asqutth has been beensupported beengppone4 beenepporteid
supported by a majority There are In Indications Inetl Ind ¬
d dications as that there will he a violent pro protest protest protest ¬
test at the poDs against the Asquithministry Asquith Asqokhariafctry Asquithndaistty
ministry but if that prove to be the case caseIt caseIt caseIt
It will be the first stumble le tint Asquith Asquithhas S4IIt1thas Asquithhas
has ever made madeFor madeFor madeFor
For his progress has been one monoto monotonous monotoDODS rnomotonoms ¬
nous uninterrupted persistent succession successionof S
of triumphs s He began AS s a sort of a boy boywonder boyWOA boywonder
wonder and kept it us Born in York Yorkshire Yorkshira Yorkshire ¬
shire in a 154 be took charge of the destinies des destinies dest ¬
tinies t of the country as seen as he begained hegIdoed hegained
gained his B B A degree Always there therewith therewtUa therewith
with the castiron cooateaaace CQIIm aDd the thebooMtos tilelDSt1ICUtm thebobbling
bobbling instruction he laewss was the sort of a ayouag ayouDg ayoung
young man who would e M have earned the
274 274BOYS r4 r4130Y5
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The blouse or tunic tunic of this model which Is developed d ve1oped In heavy he1 white pique plqaeIs piqueIs piqueis
Is made with a tuck at either side o of the front front stitched a few Inches belowhe belowhenatural below belowthenatural he henatura1
natural waist line 11ne the back having the fullness supplIed by an Inverted 1nve ed box boxplait boxp1a1t boxplait
plait also stitched to the waist mUst1ne line The closing is at the right side of thefront the thefront thefront
front under the tuck tuck and the centerfront Is embroidered with mercerized me ed cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton ton in either white or colors The sleeves s are plaited Into cuff depth or fin finished finshed finIshed ¬
ished with wristbands according to taste The f full ull knickerbockers are gathered gatheredInto gatheredinto gatheredinto
Into the knees 1me by elastic run through the hemcasing The pattern Is In 5 sizes sl2s sl2sto e ei
2 i to 6 years For For1 a boy of 4 years the suit requires 3 Z3 yards of material matenal71nches matenal71ncheswide materlalZI 21 Inches Incheswide Incheswide
wide wide 2 yards 36 Inches wide or IjJ i3 yards y 54 Inches wld wldWashington wide wldaashirgtort wideti
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r fir firS
Infatuated dislike of every one around f
him It he hadnt been so confoundedly
intellectual intellectualof InteUeetuIBut intellectualBut
But Jae made few mistakes and DOGe DOGeor noneof
of consequence co Be became a sort of
human glacter glad COM and steady and Irresistible ir irresistible trre ¬
resistible re istiWe For a time he was Glad Gladstonesright Gladatonesright tooes tooesright
right baud man and then became be ae secre ¬
tary ta9 of state for hone affairs atf4n and in due
time became premier Tbrs TMr s none of the
hail fellow welt met about him He is
just as chatty and companionable as a
kitchen range Bat BuJ ail the time be has
been enforcing npoc ppon England J4 hi h his own ownconviction ownconviction
conviction > a that fee is perhaps Perhaps the only
Briton now OB the job r
who has full pos possession pos possession s ssession ¬
session of his senses To The other other1eUows other1eUowssimply fellows Tedowssimply fellowsslrAII
simply n shrivel and curl up beneath be his hischilly hischlU hischilly
chilly chlU contempt contemptAble COIKemptAblethats caniemptS
S e t f fAblethats
Able Ablethats thats the word wonlble able The sort sortj sortof sortof
of a orator who doesnt
ftndlt find It neces necessary accessary
j sary te unfurl the flag or burn fireworks fireworks1m
1m In tee House H use of Commons He just jostshoots justshoots justshoots
shoots facts at the opposition He ia iaepigrammatic 1sepl isepfsrainmadc
epigrammatic epl e and incisive In speech but butno butno butno
no glow of human fUl warmth nee r c fliami fliaminateg mumi muminates muminates
nates his delivery He
rarely It ever everspeaks eyerspeaks everspeaks
speaks extemporaneously exteM Bat give him hima
Iliac to prepare a speech all he Is just
as kind t t8 his antag antagold antagonist t ad a as a fouryear
old wildcat might be beHe kHe beHe
He rooted r Joseph Chamberlain horse
and foot foot when Chasnebrtate rtaJa
I was con considered considered ¬
sidered Englands s greatest narUainenU narUainenUrian parilstnentarisa
mil He doesat d win
any one te his sup sup
T portbut > orti t be has plenty of supporters supporterswho JIappOrterswho supporterswho
who dont dare be on the t e other side sideabout
Theres no daring or da or brilliancy t tabout
about hfeahe e has an old maidisi maidisiprunes majdihprunes
i upruRes prunes and prisms air when he isnt isnt4a isnt4n
4a action actloDaacl aad he e te e continually accrued accruedof acc aed aedof
of selfishness selasbnep seifishn and an absorbing a ambition
But be dethrers ers the goods The appar apparent appareRt appareat ¬
eat finality o of his utterances Is perhaps
the most irritating thing about him One Oneof Oneof Oneof
I of Englands household
treasures sares is a ayarn ayarn ayarn
j yarn that illustrates tins trait It was
during the South Mic African war and he hewas heW31 hewas
j was paying pIa golf one d day y A friend ap ap ¬
proached himHello Mm MmHeHo hbnHeile
Hello Heile Herbert said the friend The TIltwar Thewar Thewar
war new newWhat 1I news ws Ieat t YerT verb verbWhat letOQ
What t war wan Mr Amkb is
repre represented repreSeAted reproseated ¬
SeAted as replying The The Sea South tb African Africanwar MrlC2nwar Airtcanwar
war Why I thought tb that was over on e
the Kith I fixed the date dalePHYSICAL datePHYSIOAL
J JHow
How Sir Roosevelt Ro eTe1t5 Order Work WorkHardship WorkHardlihip WorkaHardship
Hardship In JTaTy XavyFrosa JTaTyFiwa aT aTFnRtIMt
Fiwa FnRtIMt the RfekMd N NewsLeeds NewsLeedsJack J JJack r rJack
Jack afloat is a picturesque effective effectiveand effectiveand ctle ctleand
and dignified ed force te the worlds com commerce commerce conneerce ¬
merce and warfare a hero of romance romanceMM romanceIdol romanceIdol
Idol of Ids nation so loved of women womenkiad wOnnkind womenkind
kind as proverbially b to nave a sweet sweetheart sweethWt sweetheist ¬
heart te every port Jack Tckattide astride is an anawkward 31awkwa a t tawkward
awkward anomaly a joaUta jostling joke justly justlythe justlythe just justthe
the object of derision since the time timewhen tim43When timewhen
when skips and horses ftrst i rst began to be beaad bEaDd beand
aDd the difference te the service required requiredof
of them It the spItes npherec of their re respective re respective respective ¬
spective activities was test recognized ized izedIt 1
jit It is l no wonder therefore that the theof thajofficers thQomcea
jofficers omcea of cos of tife navy continue to beseech f fj
j President Taft to revoke Mr Roosevelts Rooseveltsfamous RooIeeltsfamo Roneveltsfamous
famous s order rem r them to tadaphysical te tephysical t e ephysIea
physical endurance endurance tests once a year yearThis y yearThis 81 81This
This order names as the exercises tc tcJa tche tcbe
he engaged IB a walk of afq fty miles milesthree Ja n nthree
1 three consectrtf consecutive ve dare day a horseback Mal L ride rideof rideor rideof
of ninety miles te three eonsecuttve days daysor daysI daysor
or a bicycle tide of m miles In three threeconsecutive threeconsOO8 threeconsecutive
consecutive consOO8 ve days aJSWe dayslie daysWe
We are Inched to think that the order orderoriginally orderorlginaRy orderoriginally
originally was the result of a mistake of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Roosevelt who is not D ODe of those thesewho thosewile thosewho
who go down to the sea in ships Iregitently Ire frequently fr frquently ¬
quently Possibly on one of his nautical nauticalexpeditions nauticaloxpedttiOB nauticaexpeditious
expeditions be heard some allusion to tothe tot tothe
the t e haY eC aad concluded CODcl1I ll that it was wasa wasa
a cavalryman and that making fast a ahawser a I Z ZMwser 3 3hawser
hawser meant the exercising ex of a marine marinehorsesMts marinf1IorsemD marinehorseman >
horseman Or be may have gathered the theidea theIdee theIdea
idea that a marine is a warrior who whohabitaattv wtobtbIt whohabitually
habitually btbIt goes to battle aboard a mare mareIf mareIf mareIf
If however President Taft declines to totake t ttake totake
take this view Del insists that the order orderof lrd lrdfJ ordereK
of his predecessor be obeyed we sug suggest s sgest suggest ¬
gest that tile nary seek i iMr sweet revenge reyelgeMr revengeMr
Mr Roosevelt is under strong suspicion suspicionof vspictO1el
of suffering from awl de mer When a ageatiezaaa dgeatJeDum agentleman
geatiezaaa as was recorded of orMr Mr Rooseveit Roose Roosevelt RooSfeIt ¬
velt daring his recent voyage e avoids avoidsluncheon avoidsluncheon 01d3 01d31aac
luncheon aad betakes himself to literature literatureaad Ilterat literatureaad ITe ITead <
aad solitude 6 within Uhln his own cabin cape especially e eeIIJIy capedaily ¬
daily if he be usually a gentleman n ex exceedingly excee excee ¬
ceedingly cee cee dlogly 9trea1lOUS strenuous the circumstances circumstancesraest drcumstancesmttS a amust
must be accounted against the Integrity Integrityof Int ty tyJJf a ap1
of his internal l a apparatus iparatue Therefore we wesuggest Vieto wesuggest
suggest to the navy to insist that if its itsendur Itsmeers j jefficets
meers are required to undergo endur endurraqtrtred endurmce endurance
mce tests ashore every male ettben be berequired berequired
required to undergo a maldemer test test In Inetefaolt Indefault
default of it to be debarred forever from fromaM romall fretsall
all possibility of holding position in the thearray thearmy
array Ia any circumstances or capacity capacityfrom capacityfrom
commander C mD lnder te chief down downImagine cJowaImagin downImagine
Imagine a much tossed mariner under undergoing undergoing undergoing ¬
going the horseback test test trying to do his histhirty histltlrty histhirty
thirty miles a day With cables slipped slippedne sUppedhe slippedlie
he ne rises and falls and pounds furiously furiouslyAfore funousl funouslAtore 1 1More
Afore lies the dreadful pommel asternthe astern asternthe asterntho
the cruel cantle beneath a saddle of bit bitter bItter bitter ¬
ter granite At each lift aad crash he heshudders h hshOOders hashudders
shudders from rom top to keelson keebo and it itseems 1tseems itseems
seems that t at the next be must fall into intofragments 1nt 1nttragments lawfragments
fragments strewn far along the road to toWarreatoa tlWlITent4 toWarrenton
Warreatoa Va Even B yea at such a moment momentof momentr
of agony with the clanging of the re relentless re relentless relentless ¬
lentless hoofs and the grinding of his hisown hisown
own bones sounding te his ears eers and with withthe withthe withthe
the lower legs of his trousers ever crawl crawling crawlIng crawllag ¬
ing crawling era wllng toward his knees shaken to topieces topieces topieces
pieces amidsbip quivering qulved aloft aJoCt and with withthe withtlte withhe
the rising all ia a raffie n te all thetumult the thetunratt thetumult
tumult and agony T a sweet thought might mightpossess mightvogsess mightpossess
possess him He might think of Theodote Theo Theodore Theodore ¬
dore Roosevelt doing Ids endurance test testsay t9Stsay test testsay
say In a copper built schooner of 90 tons tonsand tomand
and a gale of wind off Cape Hatteras He Hecatrfd Heid Hecaahd J
catrfd id consider eoa l er the pitching end the th rn rnIng r rInS rolllag
InS the mounting up to the crests the thelong tMlong thelong
long and horrible sUdia sliding down into th thtrough t ttre the thetrough
trough tre h with deep roDs alternating to toPresident tot toport
port t an starboard and ot the former formerPresldeat formerPresident
President green and yellow eUow and ghastly ghastlyof ghastlyor
of countenance that countenance wearing wear wearlog wearIng
Ing an expression of utter despair pro projected projected projected ¬
jected over a bulwark for a bitter and andhated andhated andhated
hated purpose He H could dwell with withsomething withsomething withsomething
something like rapture on the picture l othose f fthose lt >
those eyes languid and glued not with withglass with1ass withglass
glass 1ass gathering new despair and new newnausea newnausea newnausea
nausea from the ceaseless sliding s1I and andheaving andh andhutving
heaving h vig water waterIf waterIf waterIf
If the President maids oa testing the thenaval themval thenaval
naval men ashore ace let him test our fore foremost foremost foremost ¬
most theoretical l and controversial war warrior WrrioI warrior ¬
rior afloat That That at least IeuC would be an aaallcvatiott anallelti9R analteration
alteration for the sufffcfess sur ufaags of the inperiled Ira Iraperiled Imperileti
periled sailors saHorsFrea sailorsPast
Past Hb Knowledge KnottItdgeFren KnowledgeFran
Fran Use pMUiJUhk PaMte Lifra LifraHaving IMIcHsvmg Ln > Ra RaHaving
Having decreed that a woman must be bepolite bpolite bepolite
polite to her husuand a leaned judge judgeimmediately judgeImmedlateq judgeimmediately
immediately was accosted by ay one of the thesex thesex thesex
sex sexYour
Your decision aright ndt t at some cases casesshe casesshe easesshe
she admitted bet when the husband has hasforgotten hasforgotten hasforgotten
forgotten to HMfl her letters speaks un unseemly u useemlY unseemly ¬
seemly of her er mother moth and without warn warning warnIng warning ¬
ing brings a friend home to dinner dinnerThe dIImerThe J JThe
The Judge bete beams a teamed judge JD In Indeed in indt Indeed ¬
deed ei1 had had the presence of mind to ad adjourn adjourn ¬
court willie the questions were be being bt btIn being ¬
ing In formulated formulatedMadam formaktecldam formulatedMadam
Madam Madam dam he rejoined meekly meekl 1 I am amnotf Inno erano
notf no but a humble 1s1Jmbledthen citizen and not entitled entitledto entitTe1t entitledtQ
to t aa opinionCocoanut opinion opinionCocoannt opinionCocoanut
Cocoanut In Pudding PntidlngrFrag PaiIUngoFr8m Puddinglse
Frag t the > a P PMh PillleIillM aIit ill Jfcin ik Tines TinesThe IimeThe Tine ea eaThe
The simplest of puddings pu s ueh + as a cot cottage cottage cottage
tage pudding a bread br d pudding or a rice ricepudding rcepU ricepuddtng
pudding pU < can be made most tasty t Oty by add adding < 3d 3ding r rfug
ing a little coccanut nut a few chopped cQP d nuts nutsor nuts nutsor nutsor
or some chopped figs

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