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engagement when she saw the duke
and has never yet married. That was
five years a.go. But Johnson well,
the last I heard of him he was still in
the insurance business."
NO "PARIS HINTS" AT THIS
ffirs. iSttvyve sa.tC
New York. "Who sets the fash
Ion?" asks women of fashion.
"I set the fashion," says Mrs. Stuy
vesant Fish, "with my little fashion
fete; I set the fashion."
Mrs. Fish's Fashion Fete will be
held early in November at the Hotel
Ritz-Carlton. Leaders of society will
serve as patronesses, and needless to
say they will be attired for the occa
sion in gowns designed in America, as
the purpose of the fete is to prove
to Paris that America can take care
Qf itself in the matter Of dress,
By Dr. W. C. Rucker, United States
1. Mother's milk is most import
ant and should be continued for the
first year, if possible.
2. If the baby cannot be nursed,
modified cow's mDk is the best sub
stitute. The formula should be de
vised by a doctor who understands
infant feeding, and changed from
time to time to meet the increased
food requirements of the child.
3. Keep the baby cool and clean
during hot weather, especially by
proper clothing and frequent bathing
in tepid water. Outdoor life is of
4. Give plenty of boiled water. Re
duce the rich milk formula food dur
ing very hot weather.
5. Keep the flies away from the
baby, its milk, nursing bottles, and
nipples, and all utensils used in pre
paring its food.
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It costs more to keep the cookie
jar full these days than it did a year
ago, but now that the school days
are beginning, an empty cookie jar
would be a calamity.
Here's a very good recipe for egg
less cookies it will make five dozen,
and you'll never miss the eggs.
Take one large cup of butter and
lard, mixed; one cup of sugar, one
cup of molasses, one-half cup of wat
er, one tablespoon of ginger, one of
cinnamon, one teaspoon of cloves,
one teaspoon of soda and flour for
stiff dough. Pour over the soda a
little boiling water before using it.
Mix the ingredients thoroughly, for
if the dough is not properly mixed
the cookies lose in flavor, and they
will not be shiny and spicy when
done. These cookies should be rolled
thinner than sugar cookies.
Some real progressive people in
Ohio are having a hard time finding
some excuse for voting for Jimmy
Garfield for governor.