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military melodrama, "The Story of
the Rosary." It is a thriller for fair,
and splendidly staged.
The Hippodrome's new show is
called "The Wars of the World." The
history of war is unfolded in a series
of wonderful spectacles. The Hippo
drome standard is fully maintained.
Chas. Frohman presents "The
Beautiful Adventure," a charming
comedy from the French, with Mrs.
Thos. Whiffen carrying off the honors
in a grandmother's part.
"Cordelia Blossom," an American
comedy, by Georg Randolph Chester
and Lillian Chester, is distinguished
principally by the excellent work of
Burr Mcintosh in a Kentucky colonel
IDEAL FOOD FOR SCHOOL KIDS
Milk is an ideal food f or children.
It is a great misfortune when a child
develops a distaste for milk. Do
everything passible to continue) milk
as a basis for the child's diet. 'Vary
the food with which milk and dream
may be used; e. g., bread, crackers,
cereals, cocoa, etc.
Additional fat is supplied by but
ter, but the fat of meats should not
be all removed. Cook it so that it is
not smoked or burned and therefore
Bread is indeed the '"staff of life."
Bread ,must be chewed. Chewing
takes time. Dry hard bread or toast
is a better food.
TRICK WORTH TRYING
Sew a small piece of muslin inside
the shirt to the collar band and
shoulder seam, leaving front loose so
that it will not interfere with launder
ing. This protects the negligee shirts
from the wear of stiff collar against
the collar bone.
Colors are flying
All over the flat
Father is dyeing
His old straw hat.
Grand Rapids Press.
PEACE-LOVING MAIDS WEARING
Niii itoy HATS
ti - - a
Whetin sue sympathizes with the
king or kaiser every girl who can
becomingly wear a Tommy Atkins
turban is wearing one. But the prim
little cap-like headpiece is rather try
ing unless the features it tops are
classic in their regularity.
The new Tommy Atkins hats are
made of black taffeta and the usual
trimming is a fuzzy white feather,
though some daring ones wear a
plume of scarlet