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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 14

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white hair. It is not so pretty on the
gray haired woman.
Of course, for the street one may
not make themselves too conspic
uous, but it is a good rule to follow
that one should never wear black ex
cept as a last resorts -
It is a matter of individual taste,
but I do not believe in publishing your
private grief by public mourning. So
in my case black is eliminated from
my wardrobe except when plentifully
trimmed with jet or with the intro
duction of a touch of color near the
face.
At 40 one must not follow fash
ion too slavishly. Make it conform
to your individuality and you need
never fear results.
FAMOUS BEAUTY TO BE BRIDE
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- WAE6A2ET BEYMS
Miss Margaret Bryan, the daugh
ter of Navy Pay Inspector and Mrs.
Samuel Bryan of Annapolis, Md., is
soon to marry Wm. C. Rogers of
Phoenix, Ariz. Miss Bryan is a fa
mous beauty of the naval academy
town and her wedding, which will
take place this winter, is expected to
be a brilliant affair.
WASTE
This little word "waste" spreads a
mantle over a multitude of evil and
suffering.
The fact that crime costs the
United States one-third of the cost
of our government; that we are pay
ing more per capita for crime than
for education; that we are soling our
farms by the bushel and the ton,
taking the fertility out of the soil and
not replenishing it; that we spend
two-thirds of our time in hesitation
and another in repenting; that a large
per. cent of our school taxes and pri
mary money is spent in schools
where the environments are unsani
tary breeders of bad health, bad
civics; an inadequate school unit;
schools with bad, ventilation, tubercu
losis-germ dust; that nurse typhoid
fever through bad water and worse
milk; that encourage smallpox epi
demics rather than enforce vaccin
ation; that maintain fly-breeding
nuisances, unclean and unscreened
garbage can, dump heaps, manure
piles many of which occupy the
ground where they were first placed
or months and years, wasting their
fertilizing property while sterile
aelds cry for it and often times the
nortgage takes them, mullen stocks
and bull thistles.
All these are crime-making, hunger-creating,
humanity weakening
vastes, declares Dr. R. L. Dixon in
Michigan's Health Bulletin.
Then there is the health-destroy-
ng hurry and worry, fret and frus
rate wastes that sap energy,
trength; that drive many men and
7omen to the scrap-heap, to divorce,
suicide, the insane asylum.
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BAKED APPLES AND SAUSAGE
Remove stem end from large tart
apples and take out the" core and a
little of the flesh of the apple. Pill
the space with 2 tablespoons highly
seasoned sausage meat and bake in
the oven until apples are tender, but
not soft enough to lose their shape.
Serve hot Fine for luncheon.
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