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WAR CALLS ARTIST-NURSE TO FIRING LINE TQ CARE-FOR NATION'S WOUNDED HEROES Miss Hazel Gibson. Oakland, Cal. Miss Hazel. Gibson of this city wants to go to war as "a Red Cross nurse. " She is the grand daughter of Countess d'Apery, better known as Olive Harper, playright and magazine writer. Miss Gibson is a student nurse of the Trinity Hospital in San Francisco. Previous to entering the hospital' she went to New York and studied' pen and ink sketching under Nell Brink ley. She is also a clever dancer,- hav ing studied under a noted master in the" East, but she prefers nursing or sketching to a stage career.' "I want to go to Mexico so mubh'l said Miss Gibson yesterday, "it, -is the only way a woman qvercan da anything worth while for her coun try. It would be such a privilege, to be allowed to care for the nation's wounded heroes." YES, HOW IS IT? The Patron Say, how is it I never, can get that good old home cooking! in a restaurant? Waitress Home cooking is it? Say, how is it guys that want home cooking never seem to eat at home? o o When oven is too hot -at first," a crust will form on the cake and pre vents its raising. It is best to have the oven a little slow at first, then in crease, the heat after ten minutes. , v! iilifliflVliit"