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The Washington herald. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, May 15, 1910, Fourth Part, Image 20

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OLLOWING the example of the thetrees thetrees
FOLLOWING trees and shrubs we havo havochosen
1 chosen this spring to dross in inall Inall
all possible shades of green greengreen greengreen greengreen
green from the murky golden green of ofabsinth otabsinth ofabslnth
absinth to the fresh cool green of the thelettuce thelettuce thelettuce
lettuceGreen lettuce lettuceGreen lettuceGroen
Green however is difficult to to wear wearWo W08rWo wearWe
Wo must be well and strong In body to todon todon todon
don this charming nuance True Hkp
HAT HATthe HATthe XATthe
the Parislennes we can rouge up to It Itbut Ltbut itbut
but that is another story storyMy storyy storyMy
My y advice is for a a sallow woman to tolet tolet tolet
let green costumes co tume severely alone but butthe butthe butthe
the rosy ro y cheeked blond with pink pinkcheeks pinkcheeks pinkcheeks
cheeks looks her beet in the livery of ofspring otspring ofspring
v vIn lIn
spring springIn
In foulard and voile olle green is a de delightful dellgh delightful ¬
lightful llgh ttul color scheme to select and andthese andtheM andthew
these materials breathe the perfume of ofsimplicity otsimplicityto ofsimplicityto
simplicity simplicityto to the uninitiated Alas Alashow Alashow Ala8how
how deceptive are outward appear appearances appearanc8ll appearances ¬
ances The Th truth is h we have compli complicated complicated oomphcated ¬
cated everything nowadays dress in included Included included ¬
cluded Our smart foulard gowns be beflowered beflowered beflowered
flowered and fanciful are veiled in a amist amist amist
mist of mousseilne de sole which enhances en enhances enhaneM ¬
hances their charm and their price for forwe torwe forwe
we have two dresses dr to buy Instead of ofone otone ofone
one But foulard lends itself to simple simpleeffect slmploeftecbl simpleeffects
effect delightfully and altogether a1to ether it itIs ItIs Itis
Is one of the most serviceable gowns a awoman awoman awoman
woman can own for summer wear It Itis ItI
I is cool it does not crease it can be beworn beworn beworn
worn by young oung and old What more morewould moreWould morewould
would you ou have readers mine mineTo mineTo mineTo
To continue the story of foulard its itssuppleness ftssupplen Itssuppleness
suppleness supplen allows for all the new newmodes newmod newmodes
modes mod of trimming It can be fash fashioned fuhIODed fashioned ¬
ioned into quailing frilling ruches ruch4 and andflounces andOouncetl andflouncea
flounces all allot of which are re indispensable indispensableadornments IDdlspen Indispensableadornments able ableadornment
adornments for our sheathlike skirt skirtWe skirts sklrttlWe skirtsWe
We have forgotten the ways wa of the stiff stiffold aUffold stiffold
old foulard Those we e wear now have havethe havethe havethe
the suppleness suppleD of satin and they are areDeflowered arebenowered arebeflowered
Deflowered or show dots in all sixes sixesand lIiZMand sizesand
and checks galore which latter designs designsin de iCn iCnIn
in black and white hlte make up into smart smarttailored smarttailored smarttailored
tailored frocks enlivened by a touch touchof touchof touchof
of the chanticleer red
I Even our tussore silks Uks seek relief relieffrom rellettrom relieffrom
I from the monotony of their sand col colored colored colored ¬
I ored schemes in gay printed borders bordersof
of o rosebuds or poppy flowers And as asyou asyou asyou
you know bordered fabrics aro very verychic verychic cry crychic
chic this season and the borders are arobeing arebeing arebeing
being used anywhere but whore they theyare the thearo theyare
are entitled to be They appear as asbrotolles asbrotollea asbrotolles
brotolles they edge flchus they are aresotn aretilon areseen
seen In the gulso of coat rcvorsIn rovers in
fact they make the most original and andinexpensive andInexpen andInexpensive
inexpensive Inexpen fe of trimmings One of the thegowns thegOWM thegowns
gowns illustrated is I of natural colored coloredtussore coloredtuaore coloredtuasore
tussore with Uh a Persian border which whichis whichi whichis
is i used for the trimming scheme schemeThere KhemeThere schemeThere
There is I a tendency to discard the theplaited theplaited theplaited
plaited skirts and to do away with all allbut aUbut allbut
but the back and side plaits and very verylovely verylovely er erlovely
lovely are art the Greek tunics of silk silkmuslin silkmuslin Uk UkmusUn
muslin with kimono tops which veil veilsome YenlIO veilsome
some lIO 1e of the short satin Un frocks Tallslim Tall Tallslim TansUm
slim women are affecting the threetiered three threetiered threetiered
tiered skirt and those of less Ie Juno Junolike Junolike Junolike
like proportions are content with mere merely merely merely ¬
ly two flounces In thin materials materialsquilled matel1alquilled materialsquilled
quilled headings are used to finish finishthese RnSahthe
these the e flounced gowns with Ith roeettes of ofthe otthe ofthe
the silk satin Un or whatever the trim trimming trlmmine trimming ¬
ming used to trim the side or fronts frontsThese trontThOlle frontsThese
These rosettes illustrate Ulu trate the passion
HERE ERE is good news for the artistic artisticgirl artisticrl artisticgirl
girl rl Let her got out her paint painttubes painttubM painttubes
tubes and set to work on painting kid kidslippers kidsUppers kidslippers
slippers to match her summer frocks frocksThe frocksThe frocksThe
The Illustration shows a white kid slip slipper sUpper slipper ¬
per ef the latest vogue adorned with withpainted ith
I Ipainted ipainted
painted forgetmenots Naturally small smallblossoms smallblonoms smallblossoms
blossoms are tho best to select for re reproduction reproduction reproduction ¬
production but some of the larger largerflowers largerflower largerflowers
flowers might be conventionalized and andworked andworked andworked
worked up into good slipper subjects subjectsVery subjectsVery subjectsVery
Very artistic too are the slippers of ofbrocada otbrocndQ ofbrocade
brocade outlined with lull ull cold t r ld or ail slli ¬
i X <
I ver threads The cloth of steel slip slippers slippers slippers ¬
pers are equally pretty pretl and may Ina bo boworn boorn beworn
worn orn with a gown of almost any color colorBlack color13lack colorBlack
Black velvet pumps are one of the nov novelties novelties novolties ¬
elties of the summer for wear with lin lingerie lingerIe lingerie ¬
gerie gowns By the way the new newpumps nowpumps newpumps
pumps pumps have ankle straps which make makethem maltethem makethem
them much more more comfortable than the theold theold theold
old models which kept slipping off oftdresa offLaced ortLacod
Laced sandals will be used for torareS8 dress dressshoes
shoes They are fascinating and have havea
a a tendency to decrease the size sl e oi tbfoot tixQ tixQfoot tb
foot becauFA becnuf be tho coax am than
for ribbons just now We wear end endless endless endless ¬
less yards of ribbon on our hats on onour onour onour
our neck ruches and on our dresses dressesSometimes drcssesSometimes dressesSometimes
Sometimes a black ribbon is used In Intho Intho inthe
tho guise of a 0 stock There Is a stiff stifftie stitttie stifftie
tie bow In tho front front with long 10n onds endsthat ondsthat ondsthat
that roach down to tho knees This Thisis ThisIs Thisis
is an extremely new stock and has the theParisian theParisian theParisian
Parisian approval of the momentWhen moment momentWhon momentWbon
When black Is not becoming or advisa ¬
his to use about the th neck of a frock frockthe trocktho frockthe
the new Egyptian blues which savor savorof savorot savorof
of metallic green are much in favor favorand fvorand favorand
and a bright chanticleer or cherry red redhas redhu redhas
has captured Paris For the nonce it itis ItI itseen
is seen in straw hats or the broad rib ribbons ribbon ribbons ¬
bons bon worn under the chiffon veiling veilingblouse velUngbloule veilingblouse
blouse But to speak o oh hats the Na Napoleon Xapoleon Napoleon ¬
poleon chapeau is I having things thJn s all allits allIts 11 11Ita
its own way W this season sea on and a 1910 hat hatthat hatthat hatthat
that has its inception from the French Frenchperiod Frenchperiod Frenchperiod
period at tho time of the Little Cor Corporal Corporal Corporal ¬ I
poral is reproduced in the shape pic pictured pictured pictured ¬
tured It is an exact copy of the head
Are AreYoti You Taking Care of Babys Skin
PHYSICIAN who makes the care careof careot careA
tHYSICIAN of children a special study studyhas studyhas studyhas
A has remarked that there isnothing Is Isnothing Isnothing
nothing of more Importance Importanceto
to the well being of a child than the thecare thecare thecare
care which Is bestowed on their skinsThere skins skinsThere skinsThere
There can be no doubt that from the thevery thevery
I very earliest start of an Infants life lifej
j I the mother ought to pay 1JB particular p rtlcular at attention
I tentlon to the condition of her childs childsskin childsskin childsskin
skin so that it may ma not become irrltat irrltated irritate
I e ed for irritation of any sort Is a a great greatsource greatsource greatsource
source of discomfort One of tho most mostusual m09tusual mostusual
usual causes of this irritation Is lack lackof lacItof lackof
of absolute cleanliness which is perhags per perhaps perI
haps quite a different matter from fromi fromwhat fromwhat
i what Is ordinarily regarded as cleanll cleanllness eleftnllness eleanliness =
ness The skin of children Is peculiar peculiarly
i ly sensitive especially that of very veryyoung veryyoung veryyoung
young ones and should be washed washedwith washodwith washedwith
with the softest water obtainable and Rndwith andwith
1 with good pure soap soapWater soapWater soapWater
Water for a n babys bath can be bosoftened besottened besoftened
softened by putting into it a handful of ofcoarse ofcoarse ofcoarse
coarse oatmeal but It Is an Inconvon inconvenient Inconvonlent inconvonient ¬
ient way of using it I its and it is much muchbettor muchbettor muchbettor
bettor to put tho moal Into small mus muslin musUn muslin ¬
lin bags Boiling water Is poured over overthem overthorn overthem
them and allowed to stand until al almost almost almost ¬
most cool then the bag is squeezed squeezedand squeezedand squeezedand
and the liquid added to the regular regularbath regularbath regularbath
bath water waterAmmonia 13torAmmonia waterAmmonia
Ammonia Is used for softening the thewat thewat thewater
wat water r in baths for older children but butIt butIt butit
It should be used sparingly for ammo ammonia ammonia ammonia ¬
nia will take away too much of the thenatural thenatural thenatural
natural grease of the skin and leave it ithard Ithard ithard
hard and dry Dont treat tho childs childsskin childsskin childsskin
skin as a 0 scrubbing board One ex extreme extreme extreme ¬
treme Is as harmful as the other otherThere otherThere otherThere
There Is a a popular belief that when whenchildren whenchildren whenchildren
children are not feeling well it is a bad badthing badthing badthing
thing to wash ash them As a matter of offact ottact offact
fact the best thing for a a child under undergnrh underuchclrs i iJiUch
gnrh uchclrs clrMimPtnnrpH c1ram2tnnce t > tancpa Jg JWa 1rtnaa tQ BftAthnJLthA ShaLthe
gear worn by the officers of Napo Napoleons Napoleons Napoleons ¬
leons army In the modern instancethe Instance Instancethe Instancetho
the hat is of taupe hemp straw with withheron withheron withheron
heron feathers To say that it is a aGeorgette 0 0Georgotte aGeorgotte
Georgotte model stamps it as tho last lastwofd lastwotd lastword
word of fashion fashionMillinery fashionMillinery
Millinery gets more and more festive festiveand festiveand
and some of tho hats are perfect flow flower flowor ¬
or gardens All the flowarettes that thatone thatono thatone
one could gather on a country walk
are grouped together t ethr with bits of ofmoss ormOllli ofmoss
moss ferns and aspara asparagjus para < < us plant plantthrown plaDtthro plantthrown
thrown thro in Black velvet elvet flowers con continue c continue > > n ntlnue ¬
tinue fashionable The strangest stran < < Mt shapes shapesare llbapesare shapesare
are seen and it is said that low 10 crowns crownsare ccownaaro crownsare
are coming in but most mo t eccentric of ofall ofall ofail
all are the models with jockey crowns crownsof crownsof crownsof
of finely nol plaited silk muslin and black blackand blaekand blackand
and white w te straw brims Cinnamon col colored colored colored ¬
ored straws are very e smart and there thereis thereIs
is a new De shade called raisin de car carnith carnith
nith which is 1 really a reddish shade shadeof 8hacl shadeof
of plum color And apropos of the new newcolors newcolors newcolors
colors women this season will have to
THIS problem is I soon solved It is isbecause Isbecau isbecause
because becau o women of the present presentday prfMHmtda presentday
day da are are too extravagant and nd the rea reason rea50n reason ¬
son of this thl is I that so many man girls arc arcnever aronever arenever
never brought into contact with the theexperiences theexporlonces theexperiences
experiences of home life lifeIf llteIf lifeIf
If mothers would teach their daugh daughters daughters daughters ¬
ters how to be economical wives wh and andallow andn110w andallow
allow them to take their part in the thehousehold thehousehold thehousehold
household duties and teach them how howto howto howto
to cook and go through household ac acI accounts accounts
I counts much unhapplnoss might be beprevented beprcvonted beprevented
prevented preventedFor prcvontedFor preventedFor
For Instance a girl leaves her homo homowhere homowhere homewhere
where she has been accustomed to ev every every evcry ¬
ery luxury and comfort and marries marriesa marrlon
a man In receipt of a small income and andexpeots andeq andexpects
expects eq > eots to live in the same style as asbefore asbetore asbefore
before forgetting that her husbands husbandsIncome husbandsIncome husbandsincome
Income will not allow It ItIn ItIn 1tIn
In many mnn cases the husband lunches lunchesout lunchesout lunchesout
out and the wife might prepare a adainty ftdo1nty adainty
dainty little meal that he could take takewith takewith takewith
with him which would be a great sav saving IfL IfLIng saving ¬
ing ingThe
The wife too If sho is clever with withher withher withher
her needle can make a number of
i I pretty things to wear so that she can canlook canI canlook
look her beat at all times It is a great greatmistake greatmltake greatmistake
mistake for a woman to think that be because because because ¬
cause she has married she need not nottrouble notI nottrouble
I trouble about her personal appearance appearanceany appearanceI appearanceany
any longer longerShe longerShe longerShe
She should recognize that if her petty pottytroubles pettytroubles pettytroubles
troubles of home life are serious how howmuch ho homuch howmuch
much more serious are her husbands husbandsbusiness huabndbuslncu husbandsbusiness
business worries and am anxieties and andshe andshe andshe
she should endeavor to brighten his hislife hialite hislife
life with her love and womanly sym sympathy sympath sympathy ¬
pathy pathyIt path pathIt pathyIt
It Is possible for a young oung couple to tobo tobe
I be happy hIlPP though poor when each tries triesto triMI triesto
I to make the home a place of cheerful cheerfulness cbeorru cbeorrunoss cheerfulHass ¬
ness but the great trouble now is 1 that thatyoung thatyoung thatyoung
young people want to begin where wheretheir wheretheir wheretheir
their parents left offA off offA oftA
A most acceptable gift for a bride is isa Isa Isa
a detachable parasol handle in silver silveror sliveror salvoror
or some other attractive form It Itcomes Itcomes Itcomes
comes In a handsome leather case caseabout caseabout casoabout
about a foot long lined with white whitesatin whltosatin whitesatin
skin Is absolutely clean for dirt even evenwhen evenI evenwhen
when It Is not visible sometimes makes makesJ makesthe makesthe
J the little ones feel very Ill 111Many IllI illMany
Many affections of the skin are duo duoto dueto duoto
to a disordered stomach and andwhon when this thisis thisIs thisis
is the case It is useless to do anything anythingto
to affect the skin primarily The cause causeof enuseot causeof
of the trouble must be removed Chil Children Chlldron Children ¬
dren having ringworms must be rigor rigorously rigorously ¬
I ously kept away from brothers sis sisters s19I sisters ¬
ters and other companions No doubt doubtit
I it is hard on the child to be denied Its Itsplaymates Itsplaymates itsplaymates
playmates but until the disease is iscured Iscured iscured
cured there Is always the danger of ofone ofone ofone
one child infecting another One cause causeof causeot causeof
of infection from this disease is the thereprehensible thoreprehensible thereprehensible
reprehensible habit of children wear wearing wcarIng wearing ¬
ing one anothers hats It is a trivial trivialmatter triialmatter trivialmatter
matter but it Is a 0 point on which too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much insistence cannot be laid laidThe laidThe laidThe
The idea of hardening children by ex exposure QXpomre oxposure ¬
posure of the skin is one one ne which la re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for not a little suffering and anddiscomfort anddlscomtort anddiscomfort
discomfort Sending children out in inthe Inthe inthe
the cold with their arms and legs legsbared legsbared legsbared
bared in the spring when the weather weatherdoes weatherdoes weatherdoes
does not warrant such exposure is very verybad velJbad verybad
bad It looks pretty but a moments momentsgood momentsgood momentsgood
good looks are often the cause of much muchlater muchInter muchlater
later loss of beauty beautyThe bcaut bcautThc beautyThe
The practice of letting JetUn childrens hair hairgrow hairgrow hairgrow
grow long is not to be commended for forseveral forseernl forseveral
several reasons but specially on the thescore thescore thescore
score of cleanliness Girls hair should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be kept short until they are ton or oreleven oreleven oreleven
eleven years old There Is a n general generalbelief generalbelle generalbelief
belief that by doing this the hair be becomes becomcs becomes ¬
comes longer stronger and thicker thickerbut thickerbut thickerbut
but whether wh whether ther this Is so or not Is a 0 moot mooted mooted mooted ¬
ed point At all events It can do no noharm noharm noharm
harm to the hair of the future woman womanand womanand womanand
and it may mo do good while at the same sametime Bametime sametime
time It Insures that cleanliness which whichafter whichatter whichafter
after all is one of the greatest charms charmsfi charmsdhaoiL charmsdhood
fi widhooA dhaoiL DAPHNE J2BAK
bo very careful of their complexions complexionsfor
for some of the shades worn are very verytrying verytrying ery erytrying
trying such as vivid rod that borders borderson borderson borderson
on purple or the whole gamut of yel yellows yellows yellows ¬
lows which are not flattering to all allwomen allwomen allwomen
women Some of the shot materials if ifill ifill
ill chosen show bow up the lines of age ageStill ageStill ageStill
Still the materials and colorings of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the season are so fascinating that a awoman awoman awoman
woman is almost tempted to risk tho
display of a few facial lines U to don donthem GoDthem donthem
them Indeed never was dress more moreluxurious moreluxu moreluxurious
luxurious luxu and more seductive The Theonly Theonly Theonly
only crucial point is What are women womento womento womento
to do to whom money is a considera consideration coulderaUon conaideration ¬
tion 7 It is not only dress clr itself but butall butall
all 11 the accessories cc rtes it is made up of ofthat otthat ofthat
that run away with money But if ItWOI1UUt a awoman awoman
woman has the instinct of dress in her hercomposition hercompoettion hercomposition
composition the sartorial situation is isrobbed Ierobbed isrobbed
robbed of much of its seriousness seriousnessCATHERINE JlerlouaneuCATHERINE seriousnessCATHERINE
> r v c c
r 4LLflOUT1 4LLflOUT1y
a o of oA
A HOtJSEKEEPER who Is noted for forher
her neatness says tt ttfloor that a wood woodfloor woodfloor I
floor Is as much care as a baby This Thisis TblsIs Thisis
is no nodoubt doubt true and yet et a little atten attention attention attention ¬
tion given systematically to the floor flooreach tlooreach flooreach
each day is productive of splendid re results results results ¬
sults A flannel bag made to slip over overthe overthe overthe
the bristles of the broom makes an excellent ex excellent excellent ¬
cellent and d convenient polisher The Thewood Thewood Thewood
wood floor should be swept each morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing with this flannel covered broom broomand broomand broomand
and twice a week it should be carefully carefullyoiled carefullyoiled
oiled If the floor is of bard wood use uselinseed uselIn uselinseed
linseed lIn eed oil while if I It is I stained or orpainted orpainted orpainted
painted the Inexpensive Inexpen lve crude oil will willanswer wUlsnswor willanswer
answer just ju t as II well ell It should be be rub rubbed rubbed rubbed ¬
bed upon the floor oor with cheesecloth cheeseclothrather clIH8Clothmther cheeseclothrather
rather than flannel to avoid the lint lintscattering lintscttering lintscattering
scattering over the floor oor Deep stain stained staIned stained ¬
ed or varnished floors oors should be wiped wipedlightly wipedlightly wipedlightly
lightly and nd frequently with a s solution solutionof
of milk and water watera waterA
fP fPA s n nA
It is often difficult in a small room to toknow toknow toknow
know how to dispose of soiled 0U linen linenA linenA
A basket is expensive often in the theway theway theway
way and is 1 not ornamental while abag a abag abag
bag swinging on the door oor is unsightly unsightlyBoth unsightlyBoth
Both outlay and unslghtliness may maybe maybe mayAbe I
Abe be avoided by procuring a cheap cor corner corner ¬
ner bracket with a shelf enameling it itand i iand iand
and fixing dng it from thirty inches to thir thirtysix thlrtsix thirtysix
tysix inches from rom the floor floorNext oot ootNext I Ij
j Next make a clothes bag the bottom bottombelm bottombeing j +
being stiffened out by means of a three
I L LIKE T 1KB Halleys comet the rhubarb rhubarbseason
season is at hand and the occa occasion OCC OCCslon occasion ¬ I
sion serves to prove that there are arepessimists arepeMmia arepessimists
pessimists and alarmists in every walkor walkof walk walkof
of life and thought While one school schoolof schoolof schoolof
of astronomers is busy bu y hinting at all allj allkinds allkinds
j kinds of deadly dangers we are to face facei facewhen facewhen
i when our earth passes through the thefiery thefiery thefiery
fiery tail of our Illustrious visitormedical visitor visitorI
I medical men are re to be heard lifting up uptheir uptheir
their voices in a similar minor key keyand keyI keyand I
and uttering utt rlng the warning that rhu rhubarb rhuberb rhubarb ¬
I barb the tart filling tUl for pie is noth nothing nothing ¬ I IIng
ing better than ban poison We are told toldthat toldthat toldthat
that there can be no possible doubt of ofthe otthe ofthe
the injurious effects of eating eatln rhubarb rhubarbThe rhubarbTbe rhubarbThe
The harm is due by the abundance of ofoxalate ofoxalate ofoxalate
oxalate of o lime in the vegetable vecetabl4r vecetabl4rdare vegetableordare or ordare
dare it be called fruit This is I in the theform theform theform
form of oxalic crystals which are arehidden arehidden arehidden
hidden away in the center of the bun bundie bunI bundie bundle I
die of cells ceU that make up the heart of ofthe oCI ofthe
the stalk If any still t111 doubt let him himknow himknow + > Iknow
know that these th crystals cry taJs are known knownas
I as raphides and being practically In Insoluble Inoluble insoluble ¬
soluble set up irritation in the atom i
ANTS it A NTS may be driven from closet closetsink closetsink closetsink
sink and pantry by painting the theinfested theInfested theinfested
infested places with a strong stron < < solution solutionof
of o alum Potash ani an l sugar in equal equalparts equalpara equalparts
parts dissolved in water also make an anefficient aDetUclent anefficient
efficient ant exterminator exterminatorA exterminatormnple
A simple plan is to paint a bit of oflath otlath oflath
lath or thick cardboard with Jelly Jellyhoney jellyboney jellyhoney
honey or sirup That The ants are attract attracted attracted attracted ¬
ed by the smell and will settle upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the stick They The cannot get away and andmay andmay andmay
may easily be destroyed de troyed together t < < ether with withthe wtUathe withthe
the bit of wood woodAn woodAn woodAn
An excellent do exterminator ext rmllNltor for forants toraJlU forants
ants roaches centipedes etc is made madeby madeby madeby
by mixing mixtn borax flour and powdered powderedsugar powderedsupr powderedsugar
sugar in equal parts and sprinkling sprinklingthe
the infested regions very el thickly with withthe withthe withthe
the powder powderFew powderF powderFew
Few F < < W moth preventives aro as good
as the old fashioned white whlt pepper pepperfreshly pepperfreshl pepperfreshly
freshly freshl ground or pounded in a mortar mortarjust mortarjust mortarjust
just before using usln Applied by means meansof meansot meansof
of an insect In ect gun it will render ren er fur furcoats furcoat furcoats
coats coat coats cloaks and skirts which have havebeen haypbeen havebeen
been thoroughly brushed and aired airedimmune airedImmua airedimmune
immune from the pests pestsAn IUNItsAn pestsAn
An excellent exc lI > nt liquid spray for furni furniture turnlture furniture
ture and carpets as well as for treat treating treatIng treating
ing closet shelves and ncl corners te k made madeas + i ias
as 8 follows For a pint of alcohol use usesix UNsix usesix
six red r peppers and two ounces of ofgum orgum ofgum
gum camphor With your Our scissors cut cutthe cutthe cutthe
the peppers into shreds and together togetherwith togetherwith ether etherwith
with the camphor put into the bottle bottleof bottleoC bottleof
of alcohol Let the mixture stand well wellcorkod wencorkod wellcorked
corkod for thirtysix hours strain strainthrough strainthrough strainthrough
through a piece of muslin and apply applyfrom applyfrom applyfrom
from an atomizer or or with Ith a brush brushKep brushKeep i iKeep
Keep this mixture away away from tire and andlight andJlght andlight
light as it is very OlJ inflammable In mable
I Photograph copyright by Underwood Un < lerwood Underwood
JN N one of the most congested districts districtsof districtsof districtsof
of New York city clt there has recent recently recentI recently ¬
ly I been established a penny savings savingsbank SAvingsbank savingsbank
bank for working girls girtS gir This Institu Institution Institution Institution ¬
tion is run in connection with a set settlement settlement settlement ¬
tlement house which is doing splendid splendidwork splendidwork splendidwork
work along seinicharity lines There isgreat is isgreat Isgreat
great need all over the country for in institutions InI Institutions ¬
stitutions of this sort that encourage encouragesaving encouragesaving encouragesaving
I saving in a B very small way Lots of ofgirls ofgirls ofgirls
girls say Whats the use thinking thinkingabout thinkingabout thinkingabout
about putting away money Its all wo wocan wecan e eI
I can do to make ends meet So it Is In Ina ina ina
a number of cases c s but bu it is the excep excepp ¬
tional girl who could not save a penny pennya
a day from her salary Groat oaks oaksfrom oaksfrom I
from rom little acorns grow Andrew Andre Car Carnegies Carnegies ¬
negies fabulous wealth was begun begunfrom begunfrom
from rom very small savings Indeed there thereis thereIs thereis
is no more important thing for a wage wageearning wageearning wageearning
earning girl to bear in mind than the thenecessity thenecessity
necessity necesslt of putting aside a a certain certainpart certainpart certainpart I
part of her Incqmo in view of a possi possible possible possiblo ¬
ble rainy rain dayIt day dayIt da I IIt
It Is hard to depend upon charity charitybut charitybut charitybut
but it Is harder still when out of work workor workor workor
or ill to accept things from relatives or orfriends orfriends l
friends Most girls argue that they
cornered piece of cardboard Into the thoupper theupper theupper
upper hem run a piece of stout wire wirebending wirebending wirebending
bending It so as to fit Into the corner cornerof cornerof
of the wall aU to keep the bag open openScrew openScrew openScrew J
Screw a hook under each corner of the thebracket thebracket thebracket
bracket and sew se a loop of tape at each eachcorner eachcorner eachcorner
corner of the bag to hang it by allow allowing allowlag 11ow 11owInc ¬
Inc space between the top of the bag bagand bagand bagand
and the shelf to drop in the linen lineneasily UneneutIy lineneasily
easilyWHEN easily
When drops have to be measured out outof outot outof
of a medicine bottle cut a small notch notchat notchat notchat
at the edge of the cork just big enough enoughfor enoughfor enoughfor
for one drop to come through throu at a atime atime atime
time timeThis timeTbls timeThis
This answers the same purpose rpGH as a alip aUp alip
lip The cork should be pushed well In Inwhen Inwben Inwhen
when not in use to keep in the strength strengthof
of the contents of the bottl bottlE bottlGIFT bottle DottIep
A useful gift for the traveler is I a acushion ncushion acushion
cushion covered with heavy crash and anddecorated anddecorated anddecorated
decorated with rams in a simple de design del design ¬
sign l J1 This pillow is made from eight eighteen eighteen eighteen ¬
een to twenty Inches long 1011 and Del sixteen sixteento
to eighteen inches in width will be a adesirable a adesirable J Jdeatrable
desirable size Diamonds squares qure or orany orany orany
any other geometrical design eitp should be beworked 00Worked beworked
worked on both sides using uatD strands of ofraflla ofratBa ofraffia
raffia In harmonizing harmonti aha4esThe shadesThe shades shadesThe
The bottom of the pillow may be fin flnIshed finished 11nIshed ¬
ished with a fringe rl e of the raffla ram and andthe andthe andthe
the top fitted with Ith handles male from fromthe fronthe fromthe
the raffia ram braided into strands This Is Isfor Istor isfor
for convenience when carrying the pil pillow 1 p11low > 11 11low ¬
low from place to place
ach and intestines and finally in the thekidneys tbekidneys ho hokidneys
kidneys Generous DeIOUB consumption ofrhubarb of ofrhubarb It Itrhubarb
rhubarb easily can be responsible reeponet for forgravel lorravel forgravel
gravel ravel gallstones pl1ton and similar trou troubles troubles troubles ¬
bles and the crisper the rhubarb the themore themore themore
more dangerous it Its is according to tosome tosome tosome
some physicians Halleys Halley comet after afterall aiterII afterall
all II will not have to shoulder the blame blameof blameor blameof
of all the troubles troubJ that may afflict afflictmankind a1I11ctmankind aictmankind
mankind mankindAn mankindAn mankindAn
An Adjustable Petticoat
THE THE petticoat with an adjustable adjustableflounce adjustab1eftunce adjustableflounce
flounce is s one of the most useful usefulgarments u5ttulpnntnts usefulgarments
garments a girl can add to her summer summeroutfit summtroutnt summeroutfit
outfit The skirt may be made of silk silkand silkand JUkand
and the t flounces may ma be attached by bymeans bymean bymeans
means of a series en of buttonholes in the theflounce thetIounee l1 l1flounce
flounce and buttons on the skirt lrt or orwhen orwhen orwhen
when the skirt material is not washable washa washable washable ¬
ble glove loTfI snappers are excellent for forthis forthis forthis
this purpose purposeThe purpo purposeThe e eThe
The skirt illustrated is of white silk silkand silkand nk nkand
and the flounce of embroidered chiffon
will marry Possibly so but all dont dontThen dontThen dontThen
Then again it is hard to save when whenthere whfnthere whenthere
there are so many pleasures to be had hadlor badtor hadfor
for the spending of a a little money mono and andso andso andso
so many man pretty things in the shops to totempt totempt totempt
tempt one Yes thats true but dont dontlet dontlet dontlet
let the temptation get the bettor of ofyour o oyour ofyour
your judgment If there is no penny pennysavings pennyvlngs pennysavings
savings vlngs bank near your home buy buylittle a alittle 0little
little savings bank and put all your yourspare I fspare Ispare
spare pennies in It It and some day y you youwill youwill ou ouw111
will find that you ou have accumulated 5 5and 5and 5and
and you can then open a real bank cccount to tocount O Ocount

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