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HE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. MARCH 4: 1912. 6 x W THE BUSY CORNER T ; j T T WISH TO BE MADE ' OF ABILITY Wy ULLA WHCELBR WILCOX. In an interesting article on "Wishing." H. W. Percival tells of the "magic go loshes" a fairy save to mortals once on a time Every one who wore these goloshes and made a wish received an immediate an swer, and without exception regretted Eetyns the coveted boon. One man wanted to travel in Switzer land, but found eo much discomfort that he at once asked to go to the other side of the mountain. There lie found it too hot, and there were insects and beggars. And ho found no satisfaction until he wished himself back at home. One w lshcd to go back 300 S'ears. but was utterly wretched in the conditions he found existing streets filled with mud, and mean. fll-!meIUng lamps, and comfortless houies Finally, Eeeing how unhappy the magic goloshes made ever one who wore them, the fairy took them anas with her And we hae not heard of ih i" use B'nce. "Wl.liliic -Not Lnvtl.e But wifciilng Is not alwajs unwiie and ts. persistent wis'i, tent forth into space by a direct, well-poised mind, is sure of ai answtj in time A d'rect. well poised mind dots not inako screlesa wishes or inrcatonabje wtslic" Therefore oota.iio what it asks for, while toe intent vr of an unbalanced and lilogica' maid vculd bring no re sponse Tiers - a wish wliic s sensible and vrise for eac! Immcn being to -ncki' bit down in a quiet -o m m take deep all pen adin breathfc for "" w mornrnb Then think of the W onderf ul C"-eattv c Tower which made the universe The ttars which move ho majestipallj jKn their orbits the tides of the oefcan which ihe and full with such rcgul irltv th" Injects with their marvelous constructive knowledge like tlie ants and bees and all the miracles to be found In the floral wo'-ld. showing the omnipotence of the Intelligercc which sr"irxl t'ic worlds. Then realize that jou are the highest expression of that intelligence and that you hae not begun tj u. the poncra ,ou possess Tour wish should be as follow f "Help me, O Glorious Creator, to de velop to the utmost m ilHinc --elf liclp me to Ubc all ir v ricntal and spiritual powers to the greatest and highest de gree Keep rie conscious of in abillt to achieve whatever 1 wish Let ire be ever independent of cvt- thing save Youi Glorious Self which I must e pit, in myself This wish will Include evcrv oilier wl 1 Jou might feel Inclined to give utterance to at various times l'erhnp jou are a Btudi.it wmting to jjass examinations, hut instead of asking o pass thoc examinations repeat that sentence 'Make me e-onsciou of mj abilty to achieve whatever 1 wish If jou are v real estate agnt, or a merchant, or l pott or a peddler, or a sandwich man, or an nnemploj 1 " sit ting on the binch of the park, waiting fo- the hour 'of free coffee and rolls, this wish is the best ou can make "Will (ion Urine Result. If joj send that wish out of jour deepest heart and un through space with persistent insistence, day after dav. you will not long be ool'ged to ask char it, or to worrj over snail matters Thoughts of Independence breed Inde pendent actions and jou will be led Into wavs where vour wish will find ful fillment There m.jst be spirit of reverence In A POEM THAT Kdiior'n "oe. Every woman ! Invited to send me a copy of the poem nearest and dearest lo her bear! (be little irrir that baa jrlven her fresh cournse In omc dark hour, renewed her hope, and uplifted her spirit. It doea not matter bow ob.cure tbe imn, o lone as the thoncht contained In them l uplifting. The beart-tbrob poema aent me for tbla aerlea will be published aa fast n apace permits, and will furnish every noman who clip, and saves tbera a collection abe could obtain under no one book coer. In copying yonr favorite poem for the series, slease write only on one aide of tbe paper. JUST FOR TO-DAY. PnUuhcd at th request cf II w ) lord. for to-morrow and Its need3 I do not praj , Keep me from stain of sin and wrong Just for to-daj. Let rile both diligently work, And dulj p-aj , Let me be kind in word and deed Just for to-day. Let me be swift to do thy will, .Prompt tt obej Help me to sacrifice mjself Just for to-daj Let me no wrong or 'die word Unthinking saj , Set thou a seal upon mj lips Just for to-daj bo for to-morrow and its need I do not praj . Tut keep me. guide me. hold me. Lord, Just for to-daj WUli there crses came the following !r'tr- I s Mrs. Mans I'm inclosing a poem a ' r To-daj,' which has helped me vely many dajs of hard work i stenographer, and as the v erse baiss right by mj dresser I read It each rooming while I dress for work So won't you publish it in jour column of poems that It may help others Slncerelj-, "31. W." M ELOROSE fc. pnvfV. 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Ifclorost nsprores tt complexion and irotcets the tlda trca best, cold. wind. dost. &c. is wooM s eds veu. pirtlrnlirlT when dusted on tbe ftca orrr Twin ynonnt ex ateloroso crean. remorinc the WILL ARD WHITE CO.'S VAUCAIRE SBfigfVK 79c Hecommended bv Health and Beauty Authorities as a Bust Developer Fleiu Builder, and Tonic, bold by Lanaburgh Bros, and Palais RoyoL CONSCIOUS TO ACHIEVE ENDS If You Are Persistent Day After Day in Your Desire You Are Sure to Be Answered. jour heart, and a spirit of love toward the Invisible worlds and, toward all worlds as you send out jour wish. Love Is the great transmitter. Anger, doubt, intolerance, resentment, all hinder J our wish from setting Its vibrations Into action. They divert It from its path AVhatcv er j our condition may be, what ever jou have suffered at the hands of others, try and remember that all wrong doing, all evil, all Injustice, is -the result of Ignorance No one in the world who really under stands life can do an unkind or a cruel act. 'Tather, forgive them; they know not what tliey do ' VronciloFrs "ot Ilnpiir. And not one of them is bappj. how ev er thej mav seem is J ou look upon them The grafting politicians, the men who brio Juries and judges, the mer- icenary trust magnates, not cne of then' is Uipj It not diflicult to feci puj fo- then if jou think It over So rid jour heart of all bitterness, and speak peac to tho world, and enlightenment, ard brotherly love nd then put forth jour wish Vnd 'seep putting It fort1, day after It i ail b-irg resul' pyri gated 1 MAN-TAILORED SHIET WAIST POPULAR SPRING FASHION Tli man-tailored' shirt waist to wear with tlie spring suit will be one of the most popular fash ons for the coming months, the sensible lines of these smart wash silk blouses and their general bc romlngncss making them an excellent mode! Thev are, however, one of the most diflicult waists for the home dressmaker. There is no chance to drape the goods to lend an artistic finish and no chance J to gain an eliborate effect with trim ming, fo- the cut and the finish are what gives to these tailored waists thel charm In the fim place buj good silk Thin and c'uap silks never look well after thev arc washed, and seldom set well heconalv. bu a good pattern, and be sure it is the right size Iont be afraid to baste vour waist, and alter it two or thre- lime. '.' nece'sarj, for the fitting is very important The sUcves should be without fullness, and set into the sl'chtlv elongated jshoulder with two rows of stitching, the istme as a man 6 shirt, while the collar hand should ho cut with care and fitted w ell so that no fullness need be given to the front of the bloote Collar and ctn should be interlined with heavj muslin, and buttons with shank, ard rlnps should be used since these blouses wash better and iron more mcKthi If no buttons are left on. Straight, four-ln-hand tl s should be wo-n with these shirt waists, as frills Or fussj bows of anv kind are not in keep ing with the general appearance of such a waist HAS HELPED LITTLE REMINDERS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS To clarify sugar put sugar and water on to boil v Mix the white of ah egg with a little cold water, add to the boil ing slrt-p. bring to the boiling point, Ekini. 'train, and let cook To scald milk put the milk in a pan or double boiler, stand in pan of boiling wat r over the Are When the milk be gins to steam it is scalded. To made a jelly bag take a jard of all wool flannel, heavj -weight, fold to gether two opposite sides, stitch the edgc3 together, bind the top with tape and fasten on the upper side strong loops by which It may be swung To brown dishes that cannot be placed in the oven, heat a &lamander or round I-on plate with a handle attached until red hot and pass over the top of the d sh, being careful not to scorch. Most houcwlve3 use the broom dish c'oth, made of cord attached to a han dle, which Is vastlj more convenient than I the old method of Immersing the arms I to the elbows It Is a good plan to keep the oven door open part of the time when not In Iure so that all traces of gas or orders of food may escape. Uic the knife as little as possible. DAINTY M d . I tf. I.T1 VHBMaaaaftaV "(bine" npoo tbe tUn thit mikes the belt crocnud womtn loci mitt- it Eliht; it ctns a delicate and almost transpatent teltetj appefraDce to the atin;tt does cot blow oil. acd is so 9ne that It doea cot stow. His a diintr. flowrr-ltte color and is tintsd pnfectb to suit asT canrtedoo. Mdraoee gtna tmirenal satisfaction to people who appreciate arti cles of merit; it does cot chap. sole. bars, or smart the face, aod is very wwm.t to aa Irritated skis. A oo fcox cJc. Melorose Nail Polish Is the latest tad best. Polishes tb calls almost instantly; at tie. tarn time string tbe nail a per fect, lastim tint. EasOj apfttei Price, 3c WHERE WOMEN ARE HEADS OF FAMILIES The District of SMma Under Feminine Rule. Along the sunny coast of Japan washed by the Pacific, there is a colony whero women are the heads nnd supporters of families, while men abide by the order of women. It Is in the district of 8hlma, where the colony of sea-girls is located. "Sea-girls" they are called, as the occupation of the women Is diving into the sea for pearls and other gems of the deep ocean. And it Is different from other colonies, as the women not only are the heads of families, but work, while tho male pop ulation is practically Idle. The colony, the unique and Interesting village. Is not new. The sea-girls have been swim ming in tho bay of Shima and taking the responsibility of supporting large families for over ten centuries. Their work is most strenuous. They stay In water from eight to twelve hours a daj'. They arc skillful divers and swimmers. At each dlvo thej' remain under water from one to two minutes. But their task does not end there, and they do all cooking, cleaning, sweeping, and marketing for their families, and tho male members of the family do noth ing except give occasional helps to the w omen. FoTrer of the Village. Women are the power of the village. When a girl baby appears the parent and relatives celebrate and feast. When girls are four or five jears old they are taught to swlra and dive. Ey tho time they reach the ago of thirteenth or fourteen they 'are sea-girls, and remain so until there are enough grandsons to be taken care of and this task falls upon the hands of grandmas Thus women work and control their families and men remain as onlj assist ants to their wives, mothers, and daugh ters Among sea-girls the best divers suc ceed In getting husbands of good family and fortune, and the skill of girls as divers is more Important than personal appearance In the matrimonial question. Tho marrjing age of the sea-girls Is from sixteen to twenty, a little earlier than that of the ordinary Japanese wo men The sea-girls save their earnings for bridal wardrobes and often accumu late a small fortune before thej marry. Marriage, however, does not stop the work of the women, and they keep on diving. DESIGN FOR RACQUET COVER o A very useful gift for the friend who plays tennla Is a racquet cover made of linen or cloth with this design embroldcrded on it and the initials under neath. The crossed racquets should bo worked in shades of brown with the strings In light yellow and the balls in white. The balls and rims of the racquets are embroidered solid and the strings In the outline stitch. Use mer cerized cotton No. IS or twisted silk for the work. WOMEN OPPOSED TO THE FRANCHISE Send News Notes of Their Work Against It. The National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage has been collecting a table of statistics from all parts of the country In order to ptve the fallacy In the urgument of the suffragists that the bal ot in the hands of women will In crease the wages of working women. Tlie reports show that New York City pajs a maximum salary of JLS3) to school-teachers, whose work Is done in 192 days. Cleveland. Ohio, pays a max imum of n.000 for ISO dajs' service. St. Louis pays tt.300 for 200 days. Washing ton pays $LK0 for 180 days. "If the fcjffraglst leaders really believe that the ballot can affect the wages of women, aa they constantly preach out side tbe suffrage States." said Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president of the Na tional Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, "perhaps some of them will -explain why It Is that In Hoboken, where women do not vote, and with a population of 70,003, the maximum pay of school-teachers for 200 days work per year Is 1,C00, while in Bait Lake City, where women have been voting for fif teen years, the city having a copulation of $2,000, the maximum pay of school teachers for 200 days' work is 8,020." If the ballot affects wages, what Is wrong with the woman vote In Utah? Between March 1 and March 7. Mrs. William Forse Scott and Miss Martin will lecture against woman suffrage in Milwaukee, W1&, and Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. Scott has always been prominent in educational work. Miss Emily BIssell and Miss Minnie Bronson will sneale aratnat wrnnnn suffrage on March IS at a public meetlns A STUDY IN STRIPES. JET H-viC Jit.' MlfhltyyzKrM IJcHKV'jftlTM1 For late winter or earlj spring days here is an Ideal frock, made from deep purple chiffon broadcloth striped with pale violet. Our. sketch shows how artis tically the stripes were arranged and on either side of wide front plait was an Inset piece of black satin. The girdle was al-o made of black satin and satin was used for the narrow trimming bands on bodice and sleeves o of the District Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. Both Miss BIssell and Mls Bronson are well worth heating. Miss BIssell la prominent In the flght against tuberculosis In Delaware. Miss Ethel Arnold, an eminent British suffragist of the nonmllltant type, now in this country, declares that In her opin ion the result of the present status of the woman suffrage question in England will be either the complete shipwreck of the cabinet or another delay of fifty years In giving the vote to women. She is not optimistic as to a victory for the suf fragists. CAUSES OF CONVULSIONS IN YOUNG CHHDIIEN Every mother should know that con vulsions are more likely to occur during the flrst j ear of Ufe than at any other tune. Every mother should know that d! gesUve disturbances are the most fre quent cause of convulsions In children. Every mother should know" that every time a child has convulsions It la easier to have them the next' time.. Every mother should know that teeth ing rarely or never eana Mnmiiiifina , If the baby has convulsions when It Is ' lllilni, ImV .,- .... . -., ... I ... ....o, , , crcry oincr possiDie cause before you deckle that the con vulsions ore due to -the teething. A itlmnlA tet 9t 1i,m... i.-,... the carriage of a child Is correct Is! to pass tne nana over Its back when it happens to be J standing naturally and easily. Hn Tav if IyibUh- -.. . h.V w .. - .. IU, BOTC;lUfEa "I1A calls for chopped celery and olives In! equal parts. Tnese ingredients are mixed with the sweetbreads and a rich French dressing. Beet or mutton should be'a deep rose color, and the fat a rich cream. Tbe choicest cuts for roasting are the sixth, I seventh and eighth ribs, the sirloin and! porterhouse cuts. Sirloin and abort cut! portcrhouso steaks are best, although! many prefer tho plnbone steak; I NEWS NOTES OF EQUAL SUFFRAGE! Prominent Women Are Actively Engaged in Cause. For the purpose of raising funds for the woman suffrage campaign in Wis consin, the allied suffrage societies of New Tork held a great mass meeting at the Hotel Astor February IS. Itev. Anna Howard Shaw presided, and the speakers Included Mrs. Crystal Eastman Tencdlct, Wisconsin campaign manager; Flnlcy Peter Dunne (Dooley), "Samuel. Untcrmyer, Dorothy Dlx, Max Eastman, ! and many other celebrated people. j The Oregon Federation of Labor and the State grange at their recent conven tions declared overwhelmingly in favori of woman suffrage The three candidates for IlepublicanJ nomination for governor of Minnesota, have all come out publicly In favor Qfi woman suffrage. . I Tbe San Francisco Call sajs: "The time has come when It Is no longer a political sin 6 believe In the cxtcntlon of the franchise to women ' A debate between college presidents on the question of woman suffrage, whjch is scheduled to take place at Carnegie Hall, New York Citj some time in March, is exciting much Interest throughout the country, and It Is expected that many prominent educators will take part. Frauleln Gertrude Wocker. of Berne, thirty-three jears old. has just taken up her post as professor of natural philoso phy at tho University of Leipzig. Ger many, hiving been called there bj the German government. She Is the joung cst accredited professor at a university such a place. Itecent estimates oi tne icsi scning books of the day, based on figures for Ull, ihow that books by women headed the list for seven months out of the twelve The celebrated Dr Johnson stout lj maintained that It was against the whole order of nature for a woman to attempt to write a book The same gen tleman warned women that taking an Interest In politics would spoil their com plexions. Miss Mary Johnston and MIss Ellen Glasgow, of Virginia, and Miss Sarah Barnwell Elliott, of Tennessee, are among the well-known Houthern authors who are actively engaged In promoting the cause of woman suffrage In the South. Ninety women are studjlng to be farmers in tho college of agriculture at Cornell Unlversitj They are taking n four-jcar course in all tho branches of agriculture, dairy industry, poultrj". hor ticulture, and home economics. In Colorado, there is a constantly In creasing demand for a woman to act as secretarj of state, and Mrs. Dora Phelps Bucll has been named for the office MIs Elizabeth McFadden. whose play. "The Product of tho - ills." won the Harvard-RadcIIffo prize for 1911-12, was formerly connected with the Juvenile Court in Cincinnati as probation officer Her sympathy with the child worker led her to write the plaj. the plot having j been evolved from actual experiences. Miss Amy K. Williams Is the flrst woman to be elected president of the London Teachers' Association As a result of women's enfranchise ment In California, churches, school houses, and libraries arc being utilized as polling places at election time. Marseilles, France, lias a sllk-splnnins 1H.IUIJ 1VU1IUCV1 lUiU Mlttl.AfetU .'J . I woman and run on modern lines x- cluslvely by women. It is one of the most important industrial concerns in the communltj". Mme. Gamier, the owner, emplojs 1.000 women and only fifty men In the factorj" The men are stokers, or do other work not suitable to women Perfect economy of produc-! tlon enables Mme. Gamier to pay her hands more than the average wages and to compete successfully with her riva,s. For the benefit of her people she lias established an Infirmary and a creche. There has never been a strike in her factory. Mrs. Fannie Fern Andrews, secretary of the American School Peace League, has gone to Japan for the purpose of forming peace soc'etles. In England. Hungary. Switzerland. German j. Aus tria, and France Mrs. Andrews has suc ceeded in having the American peace Idea taught In the schools. She asserts that In her opinion the schools of Japan are ripe for the work of the Peace School League. TAFFETA COATS WITH. LINGERIE FE0CKS The vogue of colored chiffon tunics over lingerie gowns has given place this season to quaint l'ltle hlgh-wai'ted coats cf changeable taffeta which are worn vlth white frocks, touches of the taffeta often fnlshlng the grwns about the hem. For this Is to be n season of taffetas, tne changeable ones helng the most pop ular, and nothing could really be more qua'ntly lovely than these little coats, cut Jauntily high In back with gathered or flat "skirts." ld revers of lace In the front, and with elbow sleeves ending In a wide turnback cuff. For the girl who has one or two white frocks left from hu summer these coats offer a charming suggestion for a theater costume for these coming weeks, for the coats are easily made at home. They are unllned. and are about hip length, coming only a little ways across the front of the bidlce. leaving all the lacy loveliness of the frock showing. Revers and collars may bo of lace or of the silk, with a braiding design, or they may be omitted altogether, the little trat being finished simply with braid or embroidery. A narrow band ot the taffeta should be sewed about the bottom of the skirt, mora like a piping thin an actual finish, while a. chic little theater, cap of the taffeta, with lace frills, might also be made to finish out a charming and par ticularly modish costume- Without Gloves. Gloves are no longer considered an Indispensable adjunct for the evening toilette In London. This la partly due to the fact that latest fashion In Jew elry Is large rings heavily gemmed. Then the rew evening muffs are ex quisite creations and do away with any necessity for further hand coverings. Some of the new muffs have arrange men's In their linings where toilet ac cessories In the way ot powder and such things are concealed, and others have on one side a sp.ay ot flowers, which when lifted disclose a looking glass large enough to bo of use. Moleskin. "Which may be worked in so many ways and which the furriers love because It gives them a chance to how their cleverness in setting the lit tle" sk'n together makes fascinating' scarfs oft and clinging" as satin, and this fur is frequently combined with ermine or with seal, the latter being not used only as border fur.but often la stripes alter nating with the mole. It's a "Featherin Our Cap" to be Able to Offer Now ?5c DIPPONETTE SILKS, The Popular Silk and Cotton Fabric, At 15c Yd. Not all silk no, we acknowledge this fact but the cotton contained is just enough to give stability and to make it wash able. Right weight and right color for the making of spring frocks. Real silk finish. All fresh goods just reached Washing ton Saturday in time for us to tell to-day's Herald readers of the great bargain treat in store for them. Choice of all colors, such as WHITE. CORN, TAN, BROWN. LIGHT BLUE, VIOLET, PINK. SEA FOAM GREEN, ROSE, DUTCH BLUE, WINE, NAVY. GRAY, BLACK, ROYAL, JASPER, PEACH, CREAM. THOSE WHO LEAD SIMPLE LIFE COMMAND BEST OF EVERYTHING The tendency of the Umes for all to think alike, look alike, dress alike, and adopt like amusements will, we are warned, end in the production of a standard woman who may live to bate her llkenes to every other woman. What we ought to strive for is differ ence, no matter how small a beginning wa make. But Uiose who advocate this safeguard against "likeness" never can have experienced the burden that even the tiniest attempt to strike out in the direction ot originality now brings It is to be feared that already we have become so much of one pattern that re volt means nothing short of a plunge into eccentricity Ridicule and science are killing tho emoUons. Each generation, we are told, becomes les emotional than that preceding It. and fiftj years hence dls r'aj of feeling will be as obsolete as "vapors." and fainting are at present. If we want to realize how devoid of obvious emotions we have already be come we have onlj to study that form of fiction In which the average young person is still represented as gasping, thrilling, weeping, gaztng with scorn, passionate denouncing, flashing, and turning brcathlessl j . In everyday cir cumstances. She is. of course, a superfluous survival from the past. Time will kill her. and then futurlty will smile at the current heroine earn ing on the traditions of emotions we have diluted, chilled, and reduced to order. Those who are wise are beginning to follow the advocates of the simple things In life. Not, perhaps, because thej have any strong conviction that bv so doing thej- will defeat the process of time or lessen the annovance of existence. It is rather that tho who lead the simple life also command tbe best of everything that their doctrine prescribes. The frill on the cutlet and HOW THE JAPANESE ALWAYS REMAIN SLENDER PROMINET SCIENTIST AND TltAV. CLER DISCOVERS, LONG SOUGHT ' SECRET REDtCEO HIS On V -WEIGHT 100 rOUXDS. 0 ONE -lEED REM It FAT CW. now to Reduce Fat One Pound a Day and Then Always Remain Slim. o Drugs. Medicine. Starvation Diet, ExercUlajr, or pparatoa Used. Finds Simple Home Treat ment A orka W ondera. , Arrangements Mow Blade to Rave all I Stoat Readers of This Paper Receive a Free Copy' of Dr. Tnrner'a Won derful Book. "How I Reduced My Weight 100 Pounds." On rctnmiiis from a recent trip Dr. F. Tnroer. tbe rHjaidan. aciratiit. and trawler, who baa wto fame and vorld wide renown through hi wriUnss ard adeotttc researches, accorded an tnterrieir to rreis represcntatlrea who were astounded bj hia Joss cf more than 2G0 poondi of excrete fat auice tber tut saw him. They found it difficult. Indeed, to recrcnue In the tlender, muscular, and rerfertij rnxnrtloned tonn of Dr. Turner to-daj tho aim man whom only a few months ago they knew aa a aemi-UTalid, enonnoui!j fit that b could hardly wan. tThen questioned concernlns hia health and the re martabto chanja in his appearance. Dr. Tomer said that neither Ulncaa, rcedicum. etanatlon dieting. ncr atrcnuous exerrfco had caused him to lose ao orach eiraj wtifht. In fact, ha laid that fatty detenentlos had eaten into his vital carina to such an extent that it would hare been foolhardy to eren attempt tho usual methods of redaction, and ha was forced to seek other means of cacare from hla former terrible jconiltlon. v On Ulnf questioned further the Doctor said: "When I bejan to feti tha stuffy, cramped feelta Inside, which, as a rbyaldan. I recexnuxd aa the arat telMila aymKcma cf fatty drsneratko, and whan my heart pumded and throbbedyt timet ao it shook my whots body and seemed about to bunt, I knew from theae waminra that tha end was ap proachiic Tery rapidly, although the cxamtninf thy aidaa of a large Life Insurance Compter, when re fusing point blank to accept me aa a riak. had al ready told ma I was likely to drop dead any mlnuta. I tried erety means of reduction known to medical science, but without the slightest relief. I then be came dcrperats and began to viae an the advertised trutmraU I bad erer baard cf. These not only failed to help tne. but they did ccnalderable harm, one nearly earning my death on account of the powerful drugs it contained. Although a physician. 1 am strongly opposed to the nso cf drags in treat lag obesity. I hare uiu known a case where they did anything but harm when used for thia purtoae. There ara also treatments put on tho market by per sons who are without a phyalcian'a training, and 1 firmly beuere that if I bad continued one or two cf tho methods recommended by these ignorant, so called adreribis: tprcUlilU I would now be ia my stare. the icing on the cake are guiles which cannot be Imposed upon the enthusiasts to whom simple things become suspicious under decoration TO-MORROWS MEND; HOI TO PREPARE IT UCEAKFAST Eausasa Delmonico Potatoes Gems Coffee U1NNEK. ' Clear Soup Steamed Chicken Oj-ster Sauce Mashed Potatoes Peas Tomato Jelly Salad Wafers Cheese Banana Ice Cream . Coffee SUPPER. Venetian Eggs (Chafing Dish) Lettuce Salad Cake Coffee bteamed Chicken Clean as usual for raosting. to tbe bread stuffing add about two dozen halved ojsters. stuff and truss. Wrap tho prepared fowl in a piece or cheese cloth and fasten it snugly Steam steadily until It seems tender when the Joints are pressed, this will take from two to four hours according to the age o the bird. Should a brown finish be pre ferred rub the flesh all over with soft butter, dredge with flour, place in a drip ping pan In a verj- hot oven Just Ions enough to color. Venetian Eggs In the blazer of the chafing dish melt one tablespoontul of butter, add one tablespoonful of chop ped onion and stir often until b-own-ed Add on-balf of a cat of tomatoes (previously rubbed through a colander), salt to taste and a quarter of a tea spoonful of paprika. Stir and when boil ing turn in a scant half cupful of grated cheese and three slighUj baten egg SIIp the hot water pan underneath and stir until the mixture is creamy, then put out the light and serve immediately on toast. "JXy ehscoeery came about during my trip and fcs thia way- When aeeUng data for some literary wvxk. I found a reference to the manner in which tho Japanew were said to easily cnercome any ten dency to take on superfluous flesh. It was easily apparent bum obierration that the Japs are cem paraUrehr heary eaters and that their dirt coetsbta largely of rice, the moat starchy and therefore tho meet fat forming of all grains. I had often woo dered why. In spite of these facts, the natlrcm of Japan, both men and women, alwaya present such a slender, trim, neat appearance. Although corseta are rare In that country, the women there hire beauti ful flgurra that any tmencan woman might well enry, and the Japanese men hare strength and pow-e-s of endurance that are prorertaaL After dfligeut inquiry about the cause of thia. I became mere than erer coirrinced that they were nsln thera in Japan methods cf fat reduction and tat rrerenticn fir ia adTance cf anything known to medical sdcnra in this country. As the flndltic of men a method was a matter cf life or death to me at that time. I consulted numerous authorities and art about aikirc questions of those who would be likely to know any infos about it. I am glad to sty that my untiring effnu were Anally rewarded by the ducorery of a new means ot fit reduction that I determined to giro a tbort trill immediately I was fairly startled to behold the wocderful change it made in my ap pearance ami the impnrrement in my health that was noticeable from tbe eery tint. My fat began to Tinish aUIhe rite of oca pound a diy. sometimes more I knew I had U last duemrred the secret that had been Tainly sought foe years, and I con tinued tho treatment until I had lost more than 100 pounds in weight. I became itronser with ewry pound, I lost, and aeon retained all my oM-tlmo tiger of Loth body and mind. It marie m feel twenty ycara younger to be rid of all the tat that had firmed Inside and outside cf my body. After dbconiiouirg the treatment and keeping a careful record of my weight for more than two months. I was daUghtrd to find that reduction was perma nent ncr baa my fat shewn the slightest tendency to return store then. , "Can you hnagi my ecstasies cf Joy and Inex pressible relief, the tremendous load that waa lifted from my mind, when after all my suffering I dls cOTtrrd almcet by accident this wonderful secret metbed that enabled me to rid myself of 1C0 pounds cf fat. and which transformed me from a hopeleaa. helpless wreck into a perfect specimen of phyaleal mankind againt, I hare now been gladly accepted by the same Urge insurance company that previously Dr. Turner then went in to explain the treatmeet he fUacoeered. and while any one must admit that it la a highly logical method and undoubtedly ef fective to a wonderful degree, yet It is so simple that eren a cbQd can understand it and obtain most satisfactory results. Surely no stout person nnd any longer feel that be or she, must remain fat sow. Lack of space rrercnta a full description of the en tire method here, but Dr. Turner has described it in a handsomely bound and extremely Interrsttcg little booklet, entitled "How I Beduced Mr Weight K0 rounds," and by special arrangement with the Doctor we are able to announce that these vamabl booklets, while they Uit, ara to be distributed ahao lntety fiee to those of our stout readers who are suA flcieutly interested to send a ¢ stamp fee postage. The books are sent In plain wrapping and are told that there are about US) left. When these are gece. the Doctor may not hare any mors printed for some time, aa be U planning another long trip, and will probably hare no time to gtr tbe matter attention again until fee rcturna. The Doctor's address is T. Turner. M. D.. Suit taiB. Clark Induing. Syracuse. N T.. and any requests sent then during the next few days will bs gtrsn rrompt attention. We urgently aortas an cf our stout readers to obtain this wonderful book and be gia reducing weight ircmediatcly. aa such an oppor tuxity as this may Etrer present tUcif lain.