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i i 10 THE TVARHIXGTOX WA HLGTnx TDrEP TUESDAY DEmiBEK Dl rEmER 7 1909
Times Puzzle Has ReadersSailing ReadersSailin Readers ReadersSailing
Sailing Sailin Up Many Rivers
r O JUDGE by the evidence on my m mk myI
To I I desk k almost every other person personin per on onin
I in Washington raehin < < ton must have en enjoyed enjoYed enjoyed ¬
joyed a sail AL 1 on one one Oi or more not notable notIbl notbIo ¬
Ibl able bIo rivers yesterday Anyway several severalBcoroc severall3CorOll severalcoros
Bcoroc coros of o communications have reached reachedpie reachedJDe rechodme
pie and every evur one hi h something IIOmethln to say saypf ay ayr y ypt
pf r the Interesting scenes they have uwe wtt witnessed wttnM wttfleBed ¬
nessed nM ed as they whirled along on swiftly swiftlymoving n1ftlymovlnJ swiftlymovin
moving movin tides tidesAt tideAt tidesAt
At the same mp time some were suffi sufficiently sufficLentiy uCft uCftclenUy ¬
ciently observant oh ervant tp t challenge Mrs Wal W Wsilaces Wallaces l llaces ¬
laces method < of spelling ltelllo Nos 11 and andu
13 3 Ive loriced kK tteel up authorities and nd I Ifind Innd Iflnd
find that Mrs Wallaces spelling of thetame the theramee therames
tame of the two rivers in question questiondoes que quesUondoes Uon UonJloe
does not exactly coincide with the more moreaccepted moref1cccpted moretcccpted
accepted methods However Mrs Mr tts Wal Wallace Wallace Wallace ¬
lace may have ba good and sufficient argue arguments arguements amguVhen ¬
ments ° when Vhen hen she is j heard from for you youknow youJ yousometimes
J know < now sometimes rovers and places and andpersona andpersons nd ndper80IY
persona change their name nam as the days daysEO daysGO daysby
EO by byFrom byFrom byI
I From what I have seen of the lists I
hasten to say T that most of the pus puxfclers PUKlers
0 fclers simply accepted the handicap with withp 1th 1thP
I p smile and cheerily noting noUn the differ difference dltrercnce differez ¬
ence ez of opinion u to spelling put the theDumber thebumber theIjumber
Dumber down as they thought proper properMany proper
7 Many of my traveling friends have
pleasant J1 lea ant little 1lttI trick of sending tend1n ending me word wordas wordns
as they pass on I cannot ten you how howFor bowI howI
I For Chr Christmas ChristmasBusier stmas I IBasler
Basler Icckarll LeckeritOne k8rIIone One pound of honey honeythe honeyLhe honeythe
the same of sugar eight ounces cat e al altnonds almonds atInonds
tnonds eight of citron four of orange orangepeel oran orangepeel 8 8peel
peel one wineglassful of brandy brand one oneteaspoon ontLupoonrul oneteaspoonful >
teaspoon teaspoonful ful of ground ouncl cinnamon one onefourth onefourth oneourth
fourth of cloves one small nutmeg two twopjid twornd twopnd
pjid a half pounds of flour Heat the thehoney theoney thehoney
honey oney add brandy and nd fruit then the thepnlccB theJDlccs thepices
pnlccB pices and sugar Add the Hour gradu gradually graduUy graduFLUy ¬
ally Uy keeping the mixture Seated e ted stir stirWell stirwen stirvelt
Well roll out and cut into small 8I118113qur08 8I118113qur08e squares squarese aquaree3nte
3nte e In floured tins in a a moderate oven ovenand ovenind i ind
and nd while still hot ico with onehalf onehalfpound onehalrpound onehalfpound
pound of sugar boiled with a little wa water waer waer ¬
ter er to a thick sirup sirupZwelbach sirupzwelbach strupZwelbach
Zwelbach Torte TorteTwehe Twelve ounces of ofpowdered orowdored ofpowdered
powdered owdored sugar eight ounces of grated gratedand gratedflnd gratednd
and nd sifted toast t ast six ounces of grated gratedalmonds gratcinlmonds grathdalmonds
almonds fifteen eggs the grated rind rindand rindJlnd rindnd
and nd juice of one lemon one teaspoonful teaapoonfulpnch teaspoonfulacb
0 pnch acb of cloves and cinnamon Stir the theyolks theol1tS theolks
yolks ol1tS sugar lemon and spices half an anhour anour anhour
hour our add stiff whites then toast and andalmonds andlmonds andlmonds
lmonds Bake in moderate oven ovenRolled ovenRollod yen yenRoUod
Rolled Oats Macaroons ltacaroonaOne One and nd a afourth atourth arourth
fourth cupfuls of rolled oats one egg eggtwo eggto eggtwo
two tablespoonfuls of cream two of ofmilk orb1tlk ofhulk
milk and nl two of water Let stand till tillh tillth j jFhQ
FhQ th h oats have soaked up tho moisture moisturejthen mOlllturehtn moisturehen
jthen hen add one cupful of powdered pow Jered sugar sugarbne sugarbne sugarDuo
bne teaspoonful of ground cinnamon cinnamonand clnnmonJind cinnamonnd
and nd one tablespoonful table poonful of melted button buttonAdd buttorjAdd butterAdd
Add enough whole wheat flour our to make makeEtiff maJeeI nak nakand
I Etiff > utr and two teaspoonfuls of o bakingpowder bakIngpowder baking bakingpowder
powder Make into balls b lt as large as a i iwalnuts
walnuts and flatten slightly Bake In InModerate In1oorate Innoderate L j
Moderate 1oorate oven
l > i The C3e Bedtime time StoryPabllHlicd Story
PabllHlicd for the thoughtal tllou ttal mothers who vrlnh Ilih to read to the little littlefolk littlefolk littlefolk
1 folk while lIlIe they nrc being tucked Into their beds II for the theTHE lBht I1lghtTHE lBhtTHE
THE SNAIL AND THE ROSE TREE
A ROUXD JUL D th the gatten U ea ran a a hedge of oCbeYond ofI i ifields
A I hseI beYond this hedge lay layfitIda layfields
cows cowsand cowand COWSand
meadows wherein were
fields and Ad
and sheep but in the midst of the gar garden garden gerden ¬
blooming Roe Tree and andunder aadunder andunder
den stood 04 a blc Onllng
under this tb Rose RO E Tree Tr lived a Snail nil who whohad Ibohad ho hoad
shell abeilnlUtlely abeilnlUtlelylolmMit 5lInaiuelylimseif namely namelyMmself
had ad a joood deal IK i his
Mmself MmselfWatt lolmMitwatt limseifWalt
Watt tin my m time comes he said saidI lei
I shall do sometninjr more than pro produce 110duce produes ¬
duce roses r rose bear nuts IIU uut or give p milk milklike milklIke milklike
Tree the nawl bUlk and andthe andthe andthe
like lite be Rose ao
the cows cowsWhen cowsWbea cowsWhoa
When the th next ext year tl came the Snail Snaillay SnaIlla
in the theunshtoe tb tb1unllblae theunshIne
lay la y almost in the same spot
unshtoe under the Rose OP5 Tree which whichagates wblchl whichagatn
buds that bloomed into intoroses Intornaetl IptorseL
agates l tn bore
roses vntll the SHOW v fell and ad the theweather theweather theweather
weather became raw and d cold then thenthe theftthe thenthe
and lid the theSnail theSnait theinaII
the Rose Tree bowed its U head
Snail crept into the ground groundA ound oundA
A new year began and the roses rosescame IOIIecame reesenine
came nine out and the Snail came out also alsoYoure alaoYoure alsoYoure
Youre an old Rose oe Tree Tr now said saidIn aidtill 1d 1dthe
till In Snail tou must make haste and andfeme anetme andme
feme me to an end n4 for Or you have id given dyen1Le yen yenthe
the world all that was in you whether whetherit
it j t was of any aD use to a question that I Iliave I11ave IiaVe
liave iaVe had md no time to consider but so somuch 80mucb somuch
much is clear and plain that you have havedono hlLvedono havedone
dono nothing nothM at alt It for your own de development develepmeat develepment ¬
velopment or you 7 would have ve produced producedBometitiHg producedsomething producedsomething
something else NM How can you ou answer answerfor answerfor Dflwerfor
for that 1 I 1A a MtUa time Urn you will be benothing be110Udag benothing
nothing at all but a stick Do you un undersJesMl unde Underd
dersJesMl de what I say sayTom aayT aayTYo yT yTyoti
Tom Yo alarm me replied r pU the Rose RoseTre ROMTr BoseTree
Tree Tr e I never thought of that at all allNo allNo allNo
No you have not taken the trouble troubletn
tn consider anything ytI Havt > you ever everKlven everK1ven
given an nopaunt asujut to you yourself reel t why everL you youbloomed youbloomed youbloomed L
bloomed ai AJJiI how to it that your bloom bloomIng bloomIng bloomIng
Ing comes com aboutwhy s It to thus and andnot andnot andnot
not otherwise otherwiseNo otberwlHuNo
uNo No answered me e Rose Trco ee J 1
very much Iappreclate ppreclate my puzzle cor correspondence corrNpondence correspondence ¬
respondence indeed any letter that thatcomes thatcomes thatcomes
comes to this desk de k is worth while no nomatter nomatter nofltter
matter upoil what subject it is con concerned 001Icenled concerned ¬
cerned When I have men women Omen and andsmall andama11 andsmall
small children good enough to sit down downand donand downand
and give mo the benefit of their ideas ideasI
I feel like returning the compliment in a apersonal apersonal apersonal
personal letter Many times I do but butin butIn butIn
in the th main I find when I discuss af affairs sffairs r rfairlll ¬
fairs through the the medium or ofthe the my mypage mya mypse
page a < < e I reach rea h a a wider Ider and still wider cir circle circle cirdo ¬
cle and the temptation to talk to toeverybody toeverybody toeverybody
everybody who talks to me is l great greatenough greatenough groatenough
enough to inspire a a heart to heart every everyonccln eryo everyoncln
onccln o ln a while whileMeantime whileMeantime whileMeantime
Meantime I ant moved to inquire what whathas whAthas whathas
has become of the contestants who whousually whousually whousually
usually exercised some little bit in in ingenuity Ingenuity Ingenulty ¬
genuity in working workln out their solutions solutionsmain JIOluUonsl
l or r a little time past I have had the themain themain
main body of my answers come in very veryprosaic veryproaalc veryprosaic
prosaic fdrm r nn Wake up I say to you youwho youho youwho
who ho have tplent IP lent with your pen en and andpaint andpaint andpaint
paint box boxwhat what is the matter with lth your yourimagination yourIrnqlnatlon your1mainaUon
imagination anyway knyl > It seems to me mothat methAt methat
that a series of adventures such as the thepuxslers thepuult thepuiders
puxslers puult > rs have been undergoing for the thepast thep8t thepast
past month ought to work out in some somestunning BOmestunning somestunning
stunning pen and ink sketches or some someillustrated BOmeIllustrated someIllustrated
illustrated booklets worth considering consideringAnyway oonalderlngAnyway consideringAnyway
Anyway think about it wont you youAnimals youI youL
I L An Animals mals Popular PopularIn I IIn
In fact animals of all sorts aro run running running runnlng ¬
ning riot in the swagger s gger Jewelers shops shopsbut ahopsbut shopsbut
but fortunately fortunRtel they are of gold plati platinum plaUnum plstInum ¬
num and precious stones stonesFirst 8ton08FIrst stonesFirst
First there is the Teddy boar in the theform theform theform
form of o a small gold pendant with dia diamond dIamond diamood ¬
mond eyes and movable arms and lega legasecond le lesecond 1og 1ogsecond
second Is h his fellow favorite the Bllli Bllliken Billiken BUllken
ken in the same me proejous preeojis metal and andwith andwith andwith
with eyes of rubies j i quite another anothershop anothcrshop anothershop
shop is a stealthy wild cat with a lithe lithebody lIlhobody lithebody
body of solid diamonds fiery eyes and anda
a long nervous tail With an an eye on onthis onthi6 ontitle
this untamed beat be t is a a wellformed wellformedFrench weBCormedFrenoh wellformedFrench
French bulldog with an intelligent Intelllg nt face faceand faceand faceand
and alert platinum ears studded with withdiamonds v1thdiamonds withdiamonds
diamonds His body too is of die diamonds dl dlmond diemonds ¬
monds and he has a a gold collar and andruby andruby andruby
ruby eyes The peculiarities of an aba abalone aalone abalone
lone pearl rl have been Ingenlou ingeniously ly em employed emploYed employed ¬
ployed in the nufi rnfling infr in of an exquisite exquisiteswan exquisiteswan exquLitesaan
swan swanA swanA I IA
A A lively horse of diamonds has ruby rubyeyes rubyeyeI rubyeyes
eyes and gay ga prancing legs For the thelover thelover thelover
lover of motor cars is a a small sm 11 skeleton skeletonautomobile skeletonutomoblle skeotonautomobile
automobile with its parts p rts outlined in indiamonds Indlamomls Indiamonds
diamonds and with the spokes of the thewheels theW thevchoels
W wheels h eJs in platinum platinumTO Ilatln platinumTO Unt UntTO
TO SAVE GREASE GREASETo
To save grease when frying doughnuts doughnutsput doughnutsput doughnutsput
put onehalf teaspoonful of ginger into intothe Intothe Intothe
the grease when hot To class clea e grease greaseafter gro greaseafter se searter
after frying doughnuts place kettle of ofgrease ofgreaae ofgrease
grease out of floors doors and pour in a tea teato teaspoonful
spoonful of coin colfl water or 8 enough Cugh water
to make it boll up into it while hot jot ot
This yj will take out ut all burnt taste ta te in ini
i the grease groa so it can be usedagain used again
Easy to Acquire Candy Habit HabitBut HabitBut HabitBtt
But difficult to Overcome It
The candy habit is I easily acquired acquiredand acquiredand acquiredand
and with Uh difficulty restrained re tralned among amongchilSron amongchU amongcbilhron
chilSron chilSronThey chU cbilhronThey lron lronTh6Y
They fcave a avo a natural craving for it itbetween Itbetwn itbetween
between the years of four and twelve twelveSomo twelveSomo twelveSome
Somo physicians say y the craving Is I not notan ootan notan
an abnormal one 0 during duri g the period of ofrapid orrapid ofrapid
rapid growth and less injurious Injurlo to tochildren tochUdron tocblldron
children than to grown rown people peopleOn peopleOn peopleOn
On the other hand not a few diseases diseaseshave tlllt88Mhae diseaseshave
have been traced tr ced to the excessive ex ie con consumption consutnpUon conuipt1Ofl ¬
sumption uipt1Ofl of candy and the careful care ul and andsolicitous and60UcltoU8 andsolicitous
solicitous mother will not only onl limit the thecandy 1hecandy thecandy
candy indulgence among her children childrenbut cblldrenbut childrenbut
but will see to it that they do not in invest 10cst Invest ¬
vest cst In the stale impure and often in injurious InjUriU8 Injurlcus ¬
jurious candies which always attract attractby attractby attractby
by the amount to be had for a penny pennyBesides peoll peollBllIld8ll pennYBesides
Besides she can make a weeks week supply supplyfor supplytor supplyfor
for them far more cheaply than byj byjhanding by byhanding byhanding
handing out every stray penny and let letting letting letting ¬
ting them choose choo e for themselves themselvesShe
She may vary the candy menu by bygiving byv1ng bygiving
giving v1ng them cocoanut coco nut molasses mol and put puttaffy putUtry puttaffy
taffy or chocolate caramels in the win winter winI winIt wintot ¬
ter t tot and buttd butterscotch cotch pougat and a pea peaunt peaunt peamit
unt brittle in the summer all allot of which whichcan whichcan whichcan
can be made at home with little ex expense expenee cxpence ¬
pence or undue waste of time and andon anc1nrgy andenergy
on energy energyThe nrgyThe rgy rgyThe
The following rolloVr1t is the ntct mc > > t reliable reliablerwlpe reliablerCftpe reliableyeeipe
rwlpe for making < < oldfashioned butter butterfimirh butterfNlch butterroteh
fimirh roteh Confectioners fctioners sugar suar three threex threeOu04 threerounds
rounds x Ou04 > unds cream of tartar one teaspoon teaspoonful ¬
ful dissolved cUe dIISO1 lved In one cupful of cider
vinegar molasses half a pint butter b tter i
two ounces water one and a quarter
pints After the sugar molasses mol and nd
water have come to a a boll add the
cream of tartar vinegar and butter
and keep on boiling until It begins to
crisp Pour into a buttered pan and
mn1 mark Into squares squaresHAIRDRESSING MIuaresHAIRDRESSING squaresHAIRDRESSINGSALON
HAIRDRESSING HAIRDRESSINGSALON HAIRDRESSINGSALONIs SALON SALONIS
IS POPULAR PLACE PLACEA
A hairdressing hlrdre slng salon in Paris is one of
the most m t amusing of conv contzlone sazlone
Each is the center of a little clique or
clientele whoso who o members know each e ch
other and nd whose affairs
are re perfectly
well known to the
coiffeur He at all 11
times is a favored individual with Ith
something of the doctors privilege To
the Parislenne Parl lenne he is I perfectly Indispen Indispensable Indlpenable Indispensable ¬
sable she knows kno that about M per cent
of her charm depends
on the
arrange arrangement arrangement arrangemont ¬
ment of her tresses tre e and she therefore thereforeregards thereforeregads thereforeregtds
regards him as a most valued collabo collaborator collaborator cohlaborater ¬
rator ratorIf ratorIt raterIf
If a large lar number of women prefer to
have h ve tholr coiffour come to them
each eachmorning oachmorning eac eacmorning
morning many more rather enjoy the ij
little trip to his salon lH
on where they
can canInspect canl canInspect
Inspect l all his novelties and profit by
his handy Installation and hTsinox hit In lnex x
hausUble hau Uble fund of gossip and lore of the 1
fashionable world I
bloomed In gladness Txcaese iJ < oCUe I could coW I
not do anything else The sun shone shornand
and warmed me and the air ir refreshed refreshedme I Ime
me I drank the th pure dew and the
fresh rain and I lived I breathed bro tb8d Out ju t
of the earth
there arose a power pow within Uhln I
me In from above there
came lme down downstrength a
strength I pereelved pereelv a new everIn ¬
creasing creaaln < < happiness bppln and d consequently CO lleqU8nU I
was obliged to bloom
over and
over overagain overapln ovasjfltln
again that was my lit life I could not do dl dlotherwiae
otherwise otherwiseYou otherwleeYou otherwiaeI
I You have had a very pleasant pl t life
observed oerved the Snail SnailCertainly SnailCertalnly 8na11Certainly
Certainly Everything r have was wasgiven wegiven Wlt WltVeA
given VeA to m me said the Hose Tree But Butmore Bumore
more still was given
to you You are areone Jll6one a aone
one of those deep thoughtful charmc
I term ten one of those tho highly bi < < hly gifted spirits spiritswhich ritJJ ritJJwblch I Iwhich
which will cause the world to marvel marvelve
Ive ve no intention of doing
anything anyt anythInof 1lnc
of the kind cried the Snail The Theworld Theworld Th Thworld
world to nothing to me What have I
to do with the world Orld I have enough enoughof Ii Iiof
of myself and In myself myselfThat m7selfThat myselfThat
That Is very sad said Id the Rose
Tree I cannot creep Into myself even eve
If I wish th it ItI I must continue to
produce produceroses produceroIH producropes
roses roIH They drep their
leaves
and are areblown ar arblown
blown away by the wind But I saw how howa howrotte hioi hioia
a a rose was laid la the matrons hymn
book and one of my roses IOItM had a place placeon p1ccon
on the bosom of a fair young girl 111 and andanother andanother an ananother
another was kissed by the lips Up of a child childin childIn chil chilIn
in the full Joy of life That did didgood me megood megood
good It was WIt a real blessing Thats That my myremembrance my myremembrancemy iii iiiremembrancemy
remembrance remembrancemy my life lifeBut liCeBut lifeBut
But must we not all here on earth earthgive earthIve eartigive
give Ive to others the best that we have haveattd ha haslid Ia Iaand
and offer what hat lies II in our power pewerAnd powerAnd ewer ewernd
And nd the Rose Tree went on blooming bloomingIn bloomlR bloomlR1ft < <
In Innocence while the Snaillay Snail Jay and andidled andIdled an anidled
idled away his time In his houso bouothe bouotheworJddJd houseUiworld the theworld
world worJddJd did not concern him
4
I PRACTICAL PRACTICALGARMENT GARMENT FOR THE KIDDIES I
Cost of This Dress DressIn DressIn DressItz
In Two Materials MaterialsCIIAMDRAY MaterialsCIIAlnnA Materials0114tUIrnAY
CIIAMDRAY 0114tUIrnAYyards Y Yyn1s
2 yards 27inch chambray at at13Kc at1c
13Kc 1 yard yardS JM JMS i ii
S i buttons at lOc dosen CS
4 4GALATEA 4GALATEA
GALATEA GALATEAyarde GALATEAzi
2 zi yards 37inch plate at 3 1ic 1icyard 1kyard c cyard
yard 11 41
9 buttons butto at t lie dosen dosenDaily M MoW S SDaily
oW oWDaily
Daily Fashion Talk TalkBy
By FRANCES CARROLL CARROLLA CARROLLA CARROLLA
A A SIMPLE design de ltrn for a small boys boyssuit boyssuit boyssuit
suit Is much appreciated by busy busywomen bUIilYwomon busywomon
womon who in addition to looking af after aCtel sfter ¬
ter her household in many cases has hasto hallto hasto >
to evolve the thethlldrens childrens garments by her herown heron herown
own hand handThe handThe handThe
The suit pictured Is I practical and not notdevoid notdevoid notdevoId
devoid of style All the year around the thekiddies theklddlcs thekiddies
kiddies may wear ear cotton outfits and It ifpreferred Itpreferred itpreferred
preferred galatea or chambray may maytake mRYtake maytake
take the place of serge or any an of the thelightweight tholIghtwelgbt thelightweight
lightweight woolen which nowadays nowadaysprove nowadaysprovo nowadaysprove
prove alluring to tho mother of children childrenranging childrenranging childrenranging
ranging from two to six years yearsThe yearsTho yearsThe
The attractive design de lgn has a Russian Russiancoat Ru1ancoat Russiancoat
coat fastened down Own one side and finished finishedwith ftnlshedwith finishedwith
with a belt and trousers which come comeJust comltjust comejust
Just a trifle below b Jow the upper garment garmentThis garmentThis garmentThis
This is ButterlcI pattern No aCTg 71 and andmay andmay andmay
may be had at Woodward Lotlirops
Answers to Queries QueriesFrom II IIFrom
From Times Readers ReadersPenal ReadersPenal I IPenal
Penal Institutions InstitutionsConstant InstitutionsConstant InstitutionsConstant
Constant Reader ReaderNo No penal penalln8tltuUone penalln8tltuUoneare institutions institutionsare
are contemplated to be opened here herewithin hereIthln herewithin
within Ithln the th near future The District Districtjail DlatrlctjaU DistrictjaU
jaU antI workhouse are always open opento oponto opento
to the city also the prisons at Tren Trenton Trenton Tronton ¬
ton N J and Atianta to Federal Federalprisoners FederalprillOners
prisoners and Fort Lcavenworth Kans Kansto Kansto
to military mlUtar prisoners prisonersLaundry prisonersLaundry
Laundry Plants PlantsX
X Y YThe The United States runs laundry laundryplants 1aundryplants
plants in many of its public buildings buildingsthroughout buildingsthroughout
throughout the country Qawlone en engines 80lneB ¬
glues lneB are used on the canal zone in inthe Inth
th theconduot the conduct of some of the machinery machineryApply machineryApI
Apply ApI > y to tho head he d ef the Canal Com Commission ComIn ¬
mission In on at Seventeenth street and andPennsylvania andPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue avenueCorporation avenueCorporation
Corporation Tax TaxAnthony TaxAnthony
Anthony J Gallner GallnerMalte Make a request requestupon reQue t tupon
upon your Reorosentative R6nre entUve in Congress Congressfor s sfor
for the information you desire on the theconstitutionality thecon
constitutionality con Ulutlonallty of the Federal F eral corpora corporation corporation ¬
tion Tax a WI included in the theOongre theOongreslonal Congres Congressional ongres ¬
slonal Record He can furnish the therecords therecords
records to you by making m klncr application aprneatlonat
at the Capitol CapitolNo CapitolNo
No Premium PremiumH
H Hayman HaymanThen There to no premium M lum on onthe onthe onthe
the coin you indicate IndleateEnglish j jEnglish
English Pound PoundB
B G GAn An English EAgUl pound is J worth worthiS6
iS6 and a traction fractionSir tractionSir
Sir Casper Clark ClarkG
G c S Barbour BrboYrSk Sir Casper Pardon PardonClark PltrdonClark PardonClark
Clark can be addressed addre etl at tb Ute Metro MetroI MetroDOmn Metropolitan
I politan Museum of Art New T Ynek rk k City CityCourt CityCourt
Court of Claims Claimsw s sW 1
W v EL Donaldson DonalcJeonThe The proceedings of ofpresenting otpre ofpresenting
presenting pre ntlng a a claim at the Court of Claims Claimsare Claimare
are the same me as before any other othMcourt othercourt i icourt
court You must retain a lawyer lawyerStone lwYerStone lawyerStone
Stone fag ug cMay Wa Tay Replace ReplaceRubber I IRubber
Rubber Hot Water Bag BagEvery BagEveryone BagEvery I
Every Everyone onewho who has had any experience experiencewith experloncetth
with tth hotwater bags knows kno that the best bestof bestof bestof
of them have a knack of springing springinga
a leak very unexpectedly unexpectedlyWhen unexpectedlyVhen unexpectedlyWhen
When they are In use night after night nightthey nl nightthey ht htthoy
they begin to stretch and this in time timecauses tlmecaUSC8 timecauses
causes little holes to appear in the rub rubber rubbor rubher ¬
her which allow tiny streams of water waterto
to percolate through Then the stopples stoppleshave 8tOppJehILV8 stoppleshave
have a way of loosening which is often oftenvery ottcnvery I Ivery
very annoying I now use a Jug and andthe andhe andthe
the he following instructions In trudlo 8 about filling fillingIt
It I pass on onSet onSet onset
Set the tb Jug on the back or i the he stove stovewhere stovewhere tOV8here
where here it will jJI heat gradually so that it itvrtll Itwill
will 111 not cool the water Use e e a funnel funnelfor funnelfor funnelfor
for filling IUn and have the water very hot hotInsert hotlMert hotInsert
Insert the stopple tightly and nd then turn turnthe turnIhe turnthe
the jug j upside up lde down for a few seconds secondsso ondll ondlls
so s that the hot water will swell the theatoppfo th thestopplo
and prevent leaking leakingA le klnK klnKA
A i stone Jug will retain heat he < < t until untilmorning untilmornIng untilmorning
morning and nd will never leak le k after the thestopple theatoPDle theitopple
stopple is once swollen with the heat heatTO heatTO heatTO
TO COLOR LACE LACEPut
x xPut
Put into a box or pan 6 eente worth worthof worthor L
of yellow oehre mix Into this enough enoughrice onou enogtrice h hrice L
rice powder to make the desired shade shadethe shedsthe
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a DEEM UEE ALEXANDRA of Eng England England ¬
Q land has long been the wonder wonderof w5rnder w5rnderof
of tho world because of her h r re remarkable remarkable remnarkablo
markable appearance appe rance of youth youthShe youthShe youthShe
She has lived nearly sixtysix years yearsexperienced yearsexperienced yearsxperienced
experienced e much sorrow and suffering sufferingand sutrerIngand sufferingnd
and a nd taken active part in an exacting exactingpublic 6xact1n 6xact1npublic exactingublic
public p ublic life yet et sho looks younger than thanher thnher thaner
her h er youngest daughter and is besides besidesa
a radiantly beautiful woman Of course courseeverybody courseeverbody courseverybody
everybody e wonders how she accom accomplishes acccmlIsbes accemushes ¬
plishes p it how she preserves that bloom bloomand bloomand
and a nd grace and charm that brightness brightnessof
of o f eye and an roundness of throat and andoheek andcheek
cheek c It is not a matter of chance chancehowever chancehowever chanceowever
however h owever but tho result of o careful reful study studyand studyand studynd
and a nd attention by which a system of ofhabits ofbablts ofabits
habits h have been established that are arenow arenow
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now n ow Instinctive I so that the beautiful beautifulViking be beautifulIkIng uUful uUfulViking
Viking V IkIng princess haa taken on an im imperishable Imperishable ¬
perishable p erishable habit of youth outh she win never nevergrow nevergrow neverrow
grow g row old This royal lady has always alwaysbelieved alwayselieved
believed b It Itto ItSb to be part of her duty to toward toward toard ¬
ward w ard the people of her adopted land landto Indto lando
to t o keep her beauty and grace intact intactfor intactfor Intactor
for f or them for ever since she landed landedat
at a t Gravosend that early March day in inVSSt inS6Z
1 VSSt I exquisitely lovely in lilac silk llk and amiradiant 8J1trad andadlant
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radiant rad r ant in her girlhood and rare beauty beautythe beautythe beautyhe
the t he Sngllsh people have worshiped her herunwaveringly herun herwtwaverlngly
unwaveringly un lverfngl Never a hjnt of dislike dislikeor
or o r a < L word of criticism has ever been beenheard be9nbeard beenheard
heard in regard to her from her adopted adoptedpeople adoptedpeople adoptedpooDle
people For she proved as sweet as asshe ashe 8 8sho
she s he was beautiful beautifulTo beautifuLTo
To begin with the e Queen has never neverpermitted neyerpennlUed neverermitted
permitted p herself the evil luxury or oranger ofnger ocnger
nger a or any show of bad temper temperNothing temperNothing temperNothing
Nothing will so quickly age a person as asanger asanger a aangr
anger nothing so quickly dissipate dls lpte the thelook thelook theook
la look l of youth as vexation and irritation irritationand Irritationnd
and a nd the th Queen has never been known knownto
to t o lose her temper consequently the thewicked thewIcked thewicked
wicked wrinkles that tell the tale of ofwasted ofwasted ofwasted
wasted forces aro not written upon the thesmooth thesmooth themooth
smooth s skin Then this wise wl e royal lady ladyrealizes ldyreallzos ladyrealizes
realizes the wisdom of studying how howJulianas howI howJullanas
I Julianas lul anas B Birthday BirthdayWhen rth ay I IVhon
When the New Year Ye r dawns Princess PrincessJuliana PrlnceJuliana PrincessJuliana
Juliana of the Netherlands will be eight eightmonths eightmonths eightmonths
months old and eight times as pre precious lreclotaJ Preclous ¬
cious as on April SO because ons onsprtnsesje onsprlnaesje oneprinseejo
prtnsesje our princess as she is to her herloyal herloyal herloyal
loyal subjects has proved her tenacity tenacityto
to life life Every little unconscious unco 8cloWi infant infantbrings Infantbrings infantbrings
brings work to the household it enters entersraid entonfnd entersraid
raid assuredly this twig g1 of o tho Orange Orangetree Orangetree Orangetree
tree is no exception ex ptlon to the rule ruleShe ruloShe ruleShe
She han h 8 a group of people to whom whomher whombor whomher
her welfare will be special charge for forsome forItOme forsomo
some time to come comeFirst comeFlnlt comeFirst
First and foremost t there Is the theQueen th thQueen theQueen
Queen proud to nurse her own child childand cblldand childand
and keeping in her own hand tho thoknowledge thoknowledge theknowledge
knowledge and direction of her care careTwo careTwo careTwo
Two nurses there are As they stood at atthe atthe t tthe
the door of the church on the christen christening chrl8tening christenIng ¬
ing day looking up the aisle al le toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the front when the baby received her herfivefold herftvefoJd herfivefold
fivefold name they looked worn orn and andexhausted andoxhawrtod andexhausted
exhausted as though their office was wasno wa wano wasno
no sinecure although undoubtedly they theyare theyare theyare
are relieved of menial duties dutiesTIES dutiesTIES dutiesTIES
TIES THAT BIND BINDMany BIND1ran BINDrany
Many 1ran a bride would go home to mam mamma ¬
ma if It wasnt w snt for all the pretty thing tilingsshe Ullnpshe thingshe roamI I
she has her house hu furnished with
to t o preserve pre ervo her health and strength in inspite Inspite inpite
spite s of the exacting exactln nerveracking
duties that fall to the lot of a royal royalpersonage royalper8Onage royalpersonage
personage She has never taken any anychances ny nychances
chances with her health but at the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first sign of incipient illness tllne relaxes and andkeept andkeepf andkeept
keept her bed for to a few hours and andwardii andwardt andwarmii
wardii off attacks of disease diseaseThe dieaseThe diseaseThe
The Queen has always prepared her herself herseJ herelf ¬
self seJ s elf for all great court functions withthe with withthe I
the most studied care she 8h is massaged massagedand ms88 < < ed edand 1
and bathed in stimulating lotions and andoils andoils andils
o oils ils and nd is properly nourished brfore the theevent theeent
event e and immediately Jmmedltelyatter after any a 1Y func function fUDetlon funclon ¬
tion t lon she returns and is again rubbed rubbedand rubbedand rubbedand I
and fed fedAt fedAt fedAt
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At all 11 times her majesty maje ty is careful carefulabout caretulabout carefulabout
about her diet dle di for upon this she counts countsto
t to o keep her figure and the beauty and andfreshness andtreahne andfreshness
freshness e of her skin which even now nowis nowis nows
is I s like that of a young girl withcleUcate with a adelicate adelicate
delicate bloom In the cheeks She iiever iievereats ever evereat
eats eat heartily but depends rather upon uponsmall uponsman uponsmall
small meals mea taken more frequently than thanis thanJa thanis
is the usual custom Whenever she has hasthe baathe hasthe
the least hint of fatigue she refreshes refreshesherself retreshesherMit refreshesherself
herself with a glass r1a s of warm milk and anda anda
a few little hard biscuits bl cult Invariably Invariablybefore InvarlablybeCore InvariablyS
before she 8h is to receive at a drawing drawingroom drawingroom drawingroom S
room she sips a a glass la of warm milk milkTHREEPIECE milkTIIREEPIECE milkTHREEPIECE
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the most beautiful handkerchief linen linenwith linenkh linesL
with kh no end of C fine hard work and I1d real realbaby realbaby rea L
baby Irish Irl b lace and Valenciennes as astrimming a 8 8trlmmlng I
trimming make nice presents I erAs to tl dream dreamover droPlOver drewover t
over One Onetet On set has these exquisite laces lacescombined lacesmblned 3aeecombined
combined mblned with one great medallion m > dllton of ofneedlework ofneedlework o oneedlework
needlework so intricate and delicate delicatethat delicatelhat deflcatthat
that it is I like a cobweb This comes at atthe atth e ethe
the th bust in the chemis and petticoat petticoatand pet petticoatand COt COtand
and on either ther side of C the drawers The TheIra Tbtdesign Thqdesign
design is empire Ira and a wide ide ribbon runs runsCharacter nmsthrough runthrough
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Character games are always enjoy enjoyable enjoya enjoyalie ¬
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enough en l1 to know kn < w one anothers foibles foiblesand tolblesand foiblesand
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guest gue t Below the initials are the usual usualquestions UBUa1Que usualquostlons
questions Que tlons in this case eight in number numberon
on the usual topics topicsage age residence oc occupation 00cUJ occupatlon ¬
cupation cUJ > tlon tastes etc The requirement requirementis
is for each e ch one to fill In the answers answersto JUlB JUlBto
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with the initials at the top of the ou C d dFor dFor dFor
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tale How old are you ou > Many Manyearnest X Manyearnest ny nyerne
earnest erne t summers What bt is l your yourchief yourchlof yourchief
chief occupation occup Uon 1 Making endless endlessstitches endleaUtebes endlessstitches
stitches What are your reeves recreations rcreation reevestiona ¬
tions Z Murder eating aDd slander slanderetc slanderetc
etc etcWhen
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tions the cards are collected and redis redistributed redl redltrlbuted redistributed ¬
tributed each person receiving his own owncharacter owncharacter owncharacter
character which hlch he is obliged to read readatoud readaloud
loud sometimes with an n embarrass embarrassment embarrassinent ¬
ment enjoyed enjo ed greatly by the rest of the theparty theputy theparty
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Fullness in the Waist WaistShown WaistL WaistI
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It la true sheath RJae th skirts with extreme extremeBcantnoss extremeantnoac extremeecanthoss
Bcantnoss o of material aro no longer longerconsidered longerconsldorod longerconsidered
considered smart but among the now nowest nowest neweat
est styles are to be scon skirts that thatwltllo thatbUe thatahlIo
wltllo bUe considerably wider around the thehipa thehips thehips
hips are so narrow around the theankles theankle
ankles that they make walking almost almostimpossible almostlmpo
impossible impossibleMost lmpo ImnitoesibleMoot slble slblellost
Most of tho skirts show nwbh m bh mora znorofullness morafull morefullness
fullness full fI tJ around the waist wt t Some are aregathered aregathered aregathered
gathered Just a R little at the sides at almost atmOt atmost ¬
most all are gathered or laid in several severalside severalside everalstdo
side pleats at the back b ck and there are arefew arefew arefew
few if any made quite plain plainOverskirts plainOveraldrts plainOverskirts
Overskirts and draped skirts leIrt ruffled ruffledand rut ruffledand ed edand
and flounced skirts an an4 skirts with withwide withwide withwide
wide bias bands of some contrasting contrastingmaterial oontr8tlnsmaterial contrastingmaterial
material arc re all to be noted among the thelatest tbeltest thelatest
latest models modelsAll moodsAll modelsAll
All the fashionable skirts rtll shown shownamong shownamong shownamong
among the latest importations display displayeccentricity dt displayeccentricity play playeccentrlclty
eccentricity in some > > direction One of ofthe otthe ofthe
the features is their length len th They are aremade attImade aremade
made so o as to tcueh the ground all allaround altaround U Uaround
around and street morning afternoon afternoonand afternoonand afternoonand
and evening gowns are made in that thatstyle tbalstyle thatstyle
style styleThe styleThe styleThe
The designs are in most mo t cases ca e quite quiteintricate quiteIlItrlcate quiteIntricate
intricate and full Ill of odd and eccentric eccentricAffects eecentriefttfect occesarleeffects
Affects But there are r8 also a few de delightfully delightfully 4 4hghtfully ¬
lightfully simple Im e models with th lines linescharmingly UnOlfcharmIngly linescharmingly
charmingly xraoeful xraoefulThe graoetulThe lul lulThe
The skirt fits as II close clo o as ever at the theside theskle thekIe
side kIe and in front but is I made long longenough long8DOuth longenough
enough for the e upper part of the skirt skirtto
to be draped up unto the waist at the theback theback theback
back a box b x plait or a plaited Inch Inchbreadth Inchbre Inchbreadth
breadth bre dth hangs to the hem ot the skirt skirtThis skirtThis
This is a a compromise between the thedrapedprincess thedrape thedraped
drapedprincess drape < t princess and the hlghwalsted hlghwalstedsKirt
sKirt sKirtSome S szurtSomchcw lrt lrtSomEhow
Some SomEhow hew or other all 11 waists seem to tobe tobe tobe
be larger laI r At least Jea t they the look larger largerwbt largerheth largerwbsth
wbt heth > u or not there are more Inches Inchesaddfl Inchead inchesadde4
ad addfl t > to their i size The fact that hips hipsmust hipsmust hipsmust
must be smaller than ever under the thefull therull thefull
full skirts and that the belt has gone goneback goneback goneback
back to its normal position po ttlon on the waist waJstmsy waistme waistmay
may me have something to do with the theextra theertra theextra
extra number of Inches that apparently
have been gained Then the broad satin satinbelt satinb satinbelt
belt b lt that Is so much a a feature of al almos a1most atmoef
mos most every gown adds to the effect of ofwidth otwidth ofwidth
width for It Is not worn perfectly flat flatand fiatand flatand
and tight to the figure fi re but is in soft softdraped softdraped softdraped
draped folds and is J not at exactly the thenormal thenorIrtai thenormal I
normal waist t line but a a little above aboveadding aboeadding aboveadding
adding to the rather thick and short shortwalsted shortwaJsted shortwaisted
walsted effect effectAmong etrectAmong effectAmong
Among the seasons novelties is the thedouble thedouble
double skirt and the underskirt unde k1rt of one onematerial onematerial
material and the overskirt of some thin thintransparent thinransparent
transparent tran t parent fabric recalls the days gone goneby goneby goneby
by when all 11 scarfs and Dd draped effects effectswere etrectsere effectswere
were ere fashionable and when ladles were weretaught wereaught
taught t how to wear scarfs and shawls shawlsHacintlz shawlsHyacinth i iHyacinth
Hyacinth Window Garden GardenCan GardenCan GardenCan
Can Be Easily Arranged ArrangedA
A window garden of hyacinths allin allinbloom an In Inbloom Inbloom
bloom is a bit of spring that any IIY one onemay onemay ne nemay
may have during du the cold weather for fora tora fora
a very small outlay of trouble troubleChoose troubleChoose
Choose bulbs of as U a nearly one mae sfaeas maea I
as a s possible and nt them into the tops topsof topsof topsof
of bottles of o water Preserve Jars are areexcellent areexcellent areexcellent
excellent for the purpose purpoe and Im the effect effectis effectis
is better It the Jars sure rc alike alikeThe aUkeThe alikeThe
The bulb should nt so that the lower lowerhalf lowerhal lowerhale
half hal of it is in the water Set them away awayin awa awain awayin
in a a dark rather warm place for a aweek aweek a aS aweek S
week or until the e tiny < green < reen leaves IeeY be begin begin ¬
gin to show showThen abo aboThen showThen
Then bring them to the light ht and andwatch anawatch andwatch I
watch the dally growth They should shouldbloom shouldbloom shouldbloom
bloom in three weeks Renew the water wateras wateras
as it evaporates evaporatesA
A drop or t two o of o ammonia every eve two twoor twoor twoor
or three days may be added to the thewater thewater thewater
water whch should not be turned out outbut outbut outbut
but only kept up to the right level levelSTENCILED levelSTENCILED levelSTENCILED
STENCILED TABLE COVERS COVERSThe
The arts and crafts are showing hand handsome hOOBOme handsome ¬
some table covers made up In dark In Intense Intenee intense ¬
tense tones of burlap with a heavy de design deatn ¬
sign stenciled over the surface In
an op opposing oppaeln opposing ¬ 5
posing tone These The e are excellent for the thelibrary thelibrary I Ilibrary
library and the stttinjr lttiD room
A white satin gown completely hid ¬
den under a a transparent
heliotrope or ormauve
mauve voilo shows the fashion to per ¬
fection fectionThe fectionThe fectionThe
The satin is plain most mo < < carefully hung
and fitted From the belt to which it its
Is I s gathered with only a little lItt1 fullness fullnessn
in i n front and at the ski sides OH but with con conI
aiderable at the back hang the breadths
I of the voile which are cut up and ftd turn ¬
ed over aDd then again tfc0 ti end is
caught up under the belt at the side
Another peculiar novelty BOYlt is to have
half of o the skirt of one oa material mat81s th the
other half of some different kind of
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fabric Dark blue serge tte cad ad black
satin Un are thus combined com biDed while singu ¬
larly effective is another gown with
the lower part of the skirt ktrt of imita Jm1 ta ¬
tion sealskin or velvet het and lid the upper upperand upperJHLrt upperpart
part ot the skirt JIO as 8 to give e as long
and unbroken a line as 8 possible for
this combining of two materials has basa
a a tendency to cut the
Agars pre unbe unbecomingly Unbecomingly ¬
comingly cominglyLess cominglyLen cominglyLees
Less trying to th the Jl ngure < < ure is the lne linewith lnewith lnewith
with a decided cleelcI bias b effect e < < ecto ene e aide of
the skirt in cloth or velvet and the theotheE theother
other in silk silkFor sUkior silkVor
For evening enlng wear the flounced
skirts are aot yot very popular but butmore butmore butmore
more of them are coming in as the theseason theseaon theseason
season progresses pr and the costumes cotJtumesot
of 18 1818 are
evidently destined
once oncemore oncemore oncemore
more to gain a a place for them themselves elves
These wide full skirts
suggest 8ugge8tcrinoline suggestcrinollno
crinoline and the materials and
trimmings are most mo t suggestive of the
fashions of the time just after the
American civil war warPleated warPleated warPleated
Pleated and gathered skirts of tulle tulleaad tuUDd tulleand
and Dd mousseiine mou ellue with narrow nrn w ruffles or orounce
flounces ounce headed with pipings of satin satinand satinand
and knots of ribbon certainly remind remindone remindone emlndone
one of the gowns OWJNI la old family por portraits portraJ ¬
traits traitsA traJ traitsA ts
A more elaborate rendering of th thsame the thllsame thesame
same fashion is also to be noted in the thesuperb thesuperb timesuperb
superb brocaded silks with flounces flouncesedged fiounceedged ilouneesedged
edged with narrow fringe But these theseare theseare theseare
are by no means the only models mod worn wornand wornand wornand
and besides that that there is such a a large largevariety Jargearfety largevariety
variety of the most beautiful materials
to chose chO e from fromBands
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Bands of fur and bands of embrold embroidery embroldcry ¬
ery are extremely fashionable fa bJonable as trim trimming trimming ¬
ming on the new skirts skirtsOne skirtOne skirtsOne
One of the newest models for a a street streetcostume 8 streetcostume t tcostume
costume Is or rough rou h serge the Jacket
of medium length Ien th and the skirt trkonael trkonaelwith trimmelwith trimme4with
with a broad band of bear fur
The collar and sleeves are finished
with the same fur It is a a smart model modelcome
and the Hnesare simple and be becoming ing
to slender figures 80 that It may bl b
come a a popular design later la tb t
seasonHOusewjes season seasonHousewives n
Housewives Housewi es Must Find FindSubstitute FindSubstitute FindSubstItute
Substitute for Tomato TomatoOne
One of the delicacies of the dinner dinnerand and
a mainstay of salads the th tomato has
practically disappeared dl appeared from tromthe the mar ¬
kets hem in Its fresh variety Southern farms
have been sending f < them in ail II fall but
they are gone now and the housewife
must find a substitute In the kind that
come in cans Clfn ClfnAs cansAs
As predicted 1 last = t week rxrea t the u e fCKC price CJce Or Or
fancy creamery butter has ba taken takenalibht en a
slight upward course Half a cent on
the lower loweraide side lde of pie hs e quotation quo un is J iaaU all 1l th thichange
change but lt ttsIaows shows the tB teadeacy t eae cy of o
the market marketThe mark6tThe marketThe
The rise isdue Is due to Scarcity scuc tY of butter
The demand < < is abowt stationary white
the price Is high and Dtl it wo weuid M ap a apreclalgy ¬
preciably fall off 0 = = were figures to g i
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