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8 THE WASHINGTON TDTES MONDAY MARCH 28 1910 j 4
Puzzle Pllz le Rules Set Forth ForthSuccinctly ForthSuccinctly Fortht ForthSuccinctly
t Succinctly Once More
EFORS tho contestants get too toofar toofar toofar
B far ahead with the problem fpr fprI Cprthis
I this week I am going to give giveyou giveyou giveyou
you an RJ opportunity to read Miss MissHlckeys MISS1ckeys 11M 11Mialckeys
Hlckeys 1ckeys letter in n which she he essayed essayedto eay ed edto
to answer the th puzzle of last week weekHero weekH616 weekalere
Hero is 1 the th way wa it goes goesThe SOeThe goesThe
The Astoria A8 orla 3d and G streets streetsWashington treetsYashlnfton treet treetWashington
Washington D C c March MarchDear larcbDear 22 22Dear
Dear Miss M1 Carroll Even The TheDeserted TheDeperted Theteerted
Deserted Village to ono who whoheld whoheld ho hobeld
held the sentiments expressed so sobeautifully sobeautifully sobeautifully
beautifully in Thanatopsis Thanatopsiswould Thanatopslswotikl is iswouJd
would be Home Sweet Home Homeif
if one might have Aurora Leigh Leighap
ap a a companion Here with her heriid herPJ1d hereiid
PJ1d iid a copy of Canterbury
Tales one might forget the thoworld theworld theworld
world entirely entire and that without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the orrow that drove Lucille ooLudlieto Lucilleto Lucilleto
to the cloister or the th childish childishfear chlltli8hfear chlklishfear
fear of Little Orphan Annie AnnieIt AnnlIt AnnieJ
It wouH rather be the book of ofverses ofVCnC6 ofveret
J verses underneath the boughetc boughetcdescribed boughelcdescribed boughetcdescribed
described in tne immortal Ru Rubaiyat RubaJyat Rubalyat
baiyat as the ideal of content contentment contentment contentmoot ¬
ment mentIn mentIn mootIn
In this solitude one would not notnerd notn notfld
nerd n j even The One HOES Shay Shayas Shavas
as they wandered < l about without withoutgiving withoutslnng withoutgl7ng
giving thought to The Raven Ravenlike RavenJlk Ravenlike
like Jlk croaklngs of the inhabited inhabitedplaces InhabItedplaces inhabitedpiace
places where floats the silken silkenfolds silkenfolds silkenfolds
folds of The StarSpangled Ban Banner Bannor Bannor ¬
nor which though it is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed to stand for freedom trcedo freedom3et freedom3etwae yet yetold yetW I
W wae 05 above man many a ChiJde Rar Rarold flarold
old old laboring in an Inferno Infernothat InCernothat Infernothat
that turns the Psalms of Life LifeInto LiCeInto LifeInto
Into an existence of pain painTo pIllnTo painTo
To the more sober minded how however powever ow owvt ¬
ever vt > r having a wish for heavier heavierthings heavl hvIrthings > r rthings
things a pocket edition of The ooTheOdyssey TheOdyssey TheOdyssey
Odyssey might appeal or if on onmartial onmartial onmartial
martial music mu lc bent the fortunes fortunesof
of brave Marmlon are match matchless matehle matchless ¬
less le 8 Mayhap in dreaming mong mongthe mongthe mongthe
the silent streets he might ml ht hear hearthe htarthe hearthe
the footsteps of some wandering wanderingEvangellne wan wanlieringEvangellne erfn erfnEangeIlne
Evangellne Intent upon an er errand errand orrand ¬
rand of comfort comfortto to ease the th heart heartwound heartWound heertwound
wound of a man like Enoch EnochArden En EnochArden h hArden
Arden one who ho had dreamed too toolong toolong toolong
long and thon had found his hisParadise hisParadl hisParadlse
Paradise e Lost LostThe 8tThe LostThe
The Cotters Saturday Night Nightwould Nightwould Ighl Ighlwould
would hold more charm for him himthan himthan himthan
than would The Iliad a at like likethe JfkeHIe likethe
the hero of Locksley Han be hewandered bewandertd bewandere4
wandered mong mon the things thln s that thatwere thAttVerp thatwere
were and listened to the mur murrourings murmurfngs murmurings
rourings of the Faerie Queen QueenAGXB5 QueenAGXES QueenAGNES
AGNES B HICKEY HICKETAnd HICKEYAnd HICKElAnd
And by the way W somebody m body called me mejip methis
jip this morning and asked again ag1 n about 1 1
I
I Fashionable Shades of the Season SeasonAre SeasonAre SeasonAre
Are Numerous But All Soft in n Tone
HE colors for the spring and sum sumI summer
T I I mer must be decided d ldod upon by the theartists therUsts
I artists who make the gowns OWD5 not notentirely notentlrelybr
entirely entlrelybr by the manufacturers manurl turers so sofrom sorom sofrom
from Paris the first authentic nsws must mustbe musttaken
be taken takenPerhaps takenPorhap takenPerhaps
Perhaps because be < u o all of the most t beau beautiful beautIful beautiful ¬
tiful fabrics fab arc Iridescent and are aretherefore aretherefore aretherefore
therefore of no one shade it would be bedifficult belrrtcult bedifficult
difficult to state exactly what color colortvIU colorWill colorwIU
Will be most popular but it may be betaken betaken 1 1taken
taken for granted that all the seasons seasonsBhadPH seasonsEhadea sons sonsehadps
BhadPH are soft in tone Nothing glar glarfug glarins giarfng
fug save only cerise and chantecler red redBeed redl1eed reded
Beed ed be considered consideredBlue consideredBlue consideredBlue
Blue in all shades has during th nUt past pastrear pastar pastar
rear ar attained wonderful success and andJjou andX1 andiow
Jjou iow X1 a few new n w shades have been n added addedto addedto addedto
to the th already long on list Aero blue is isthe Isth
the th latest of all and to as the name namesuggests nameuggeEts namesuggests i
suggests that transparent tnmsp rent blue of the theicther thelether theether
ether or the mist Cadet blue verges vergeson vergeson
on th thE gray gya and the rest re8lgendanne re8lgendanneIIe restgendarmeeacock gendarme gendarmepeacock
peacock IIe eacock CO < k Copenhagen and marine mannare mannaredeeper marinearedeeper are aredeeper
deeper in tone toneGreen toneGrttn toneGreen
Green has been much talked of for forthe forthe forthe
the past two years and at the begin beginIjilng bglnJ11ng beginTileg
Ijilng oft oreth each season it has been cn heralded heraldedBS
BS the favorite As amatter a matter of fact facticreen fapt faptIteen faitgreen
green is a color that can never be really reallypopular reallyplJular reallypopular
popular for it is unbecoming tj t the themajority t1emajority themajority
majority It is I however need as trim trimming trlmmln trimxning ¬
ming mln and it may now be found In lovely lovelytoft lovelyEoft lovelysoft
soft shades mignonette onette lichen ivy the thoPica thei theof
i Pica of of1oo Too Much Work WorkIs VlorkIs WorkL
L Is Doing Extra Duty DutyThere DatyThere DutyThere
There Is a brazen frequency about the thephrase thephr thephraseI
phr phraseI phrase J am terribly tembl overworked overworkedPeople overworkedPeople
People get a tremendous amount of ofsympathy orsympathy ofsympathy
sympathy after a fter such a declaration par particularly ¬
ticularly from nOl themselves them eh S They The say sa it itwith 11rlth
with a martyred mAr + yred roll of the eye and andon andODOI andone
on one wonder if the crushing burden burdenought burdenought burdenought
ought not to h be removed from their theirjehoulders theirShoulders theirhouIders
Shoulders houIders But what the shameless shamelesscreatures shamelesscreatures a aicreatures
creatures mean te S I play about so somuch somuch sonucb
much that when I find a moment in inwhich Inhich InwhIch
which hich to do O my work it to I extra labor laborvrhich laborwhich laborhich
which hich I am quite unequal to I have haveuat hAveiU8t haveu8t
iU8t uat strength andtime and time to amuse my myself myeelf myself ¬
self and nd if there was some way of ofeliminating ofleUmlnatlnt of11rn1naUng
eliminating my work I dont believe my myplay m3iplaY rn rntIay
play tIay would make me feel BO overwork overworked ¬
edIt ed
It s S4ems ms a little treacherous to make makeicuch makelcuch makekgucb
icuch a disclosure but it I is as well that thatvre th thetwe t tWe
We know ourselves as we are and it itIt Itit ItIt
It to be hoped that other people will willcontinue willcontinue willcontinue
continue to bellevo us oven sympathiz sympathizing l5ympnthlztog eympnthIzfng ¬
tog heartily with our complaint of 001 001Bm I IBin Iam
Bin BO terribly overworked overworkedWHITE overworkedWHITE oorworkocLWHITE
WHITE CAKE CAKEHere CAKEHere CAKEEere
Here is I an oldfashioned recipe recl for forpvrhlte forrwh1to forrbIte
pvrhlte cake Three cupfuls of flour one onejtaaspoonful oneaspoonul oneaspoonful
jtaaspoonful of bakingpowder half a aCupful aCUpful atjpful i
Cupful of butter one cupful of milk one oneIteaspoonful on ontiteaspoonful I
Iteaspoonful of vanilla and 00 the whites whitesf I Iof I
Of f four eggs well beaten mix all to together togither toglUier
gether and bake in three thr square layers layersPOO layersloc I
POO loc with 1th chocolate or any an other icing 1
TPubflsbed The Bedtime Story StoryPublished i
I Ifor
Published f for forfolk tliethoughtful bO l motherswbo bO I
wish o rend to
tothe be IIrtle III IIItolk
t folk while they arc being bc1n tucked Into their
beds for the theTHE nljjfat nljjfatTHE nllhtTHE
THE FROGS AIRSHIPS
ETHEL E THEL was so sleepy last night that thather thatheor thather
her father told her short
a story so sothat sothat SOthat
that he could get et t through before the thesandman thendman thesandman
sandman ndman came Here is the story storyOne atolTOnt storyOne
One morning mornl ll early oarl Jack Tac Frog woke up upJill upJIt upJill
Jill Fro Fro < by kicking Jdckln him in the ribs ribsI ribsI
I 1 say theiie tM thee he said why hy woutdnt wouldntit oukintit j
It be a good ood idea for UK to have air alrfhips airships I Ichips
chips I saw the Lady LIuI Bus Du flying fl1n around aroundon
on a butterfly and I thought t ht we might mightbe mightbe
be able ble to get hold of something that thatwould thAt1ould thatwould
would carry us up in the sky skySure skySe skySure
Sure enough enuug nuul i aid Id Jill Frog Fro I tell teltyou tellfU tellyou
you fU that we w are R not going to hAve an aneasy IlRa aseasy
easy a time getting anything that will willhold willwld willlie4d
hold big peoplo like us The Lady La3 Bug Bugle BuSIs BugIi
le Ii very veT light and she ho h can fly around cn ena cna cna
a butterfly very pry rasv4Vhy rlt1YiWhY rasv essv4W
iWhY 4W 4Vhy wouldnt it do ta t see l < If we cant cantge cantt cantge
ge t > h ld of some < > bats baf < 7 said Jack TackThe Jackrhe 1 1They
The They orJv lr O1V 4ly y at ntght igh saW aH Jill JillXLat 1 1t JifiI1at
XLat t Is all right said Jack Jacks he be
I
PRIZES OFFERED OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE
PUZZLE SOLVERS SOLVERSWeekly
Weekly eekl prizes prix of flve fiy n three t and nndtwo andtwo noddollars
two dollars respectively are given plvenlo hen hento
lo 0 the contestant for the puzzle puzzleprinted pultdnprfntell puzzleprinied
printed on the Womans omans Pane of ofthe ofthe offlue
the Sunday Suncln evening edition of Tho ThoTime ThoThnt TheTixues
Time each week etk for the IJe three threesolution threelIoluHoo threesolullons
solution adjudged ItdJud Cd worthy
The content which hleh close nt 3 p pm pm pen
m on Krldny lirldn of eneh week in I open opento opento
to nil ivlio lao care to solve the iiurxleM iiurxleMThe luPoPoleTIle iuzzleThe
The award are baaed primarily primarilyon
on corrcctitcMH corre hleH8 I llmellncfl and andncntncis Dndneatne andncntness
ncntncis Originality In prenenta prenentatiitn lrtfcnadun irecntation
dun nlo receive consideration In Inawarding IDawordlDI InavnrdIug
awarding the prize prlzeiitho prizetho prizesthe
tho rules Answering ae succinctly as aspossible aspossible aspossible
possible I may say sayAnybody MYAnYborl sayAnybody
Anybody who cares to enter the con contest conlest contest ¬
test may come in inEach InE inEach
Each E ch member of a family may m y send sendhis sendhill Sendhis
his list In if he chooses chooeosTho choososTho choosesThe
Tho list may be worked out by b one or ora ora ora
a dozen but it must must be sent 8 nt in under underone underone
one name nameThe namoThe
The first correct answer other things thingsboing thingsbeing
being eQual wins the first prize prizeNeatneae prizeNeatness
Neatness 8 timeliness 6 correctness 5 and andoriginality andorldnaJUy andoriginality
originality presentation In Jlre cntatlon all I are taken takeninto takenInto takenInto
into consideration in adjudging the theprizes theprlzes theprizes
prizes prizesThe prlzesThe prizesThe
The prizes are ts 53 3 and 52 52The 1Tho 2 2The
The contest t closes at 3 oclock Friday Fridayafternoon Frld8YUCornoon FridayaCtomo4m
afternoon and the names of the winners winnerstogether winnorstOliother wInjorstogether
together with the correct solution and andthe andthe andthe
the now puzalo puzaloproblem problem always appear appearin
in the Sunday Sundo evening edition of The TheTimes TheTimes TheTimes
Times TimesFormer TimesFormer TimesFormer
Former prize winners are not ruled ruledout ruledout ruiedout
out indeed more than one person has hascome hascorne hn hncome
come to victory vlcto several times in the thehistory thehlstOlj thebistor
history bistor of the th contests contestsAnybody con contestsAnybody teals tealsAnybody
Anybody who cares to may send in ina Ina Ina
a puzzle form always remembering to toenclose toenclose toencloee
enclose postage po t o if he wishes the puzzle puzzlereturned puzzleroturned puzzlereturned
returned returnedXow roturnedNow returnedNow
Now does everybody everywhere EW f3Whcre un ¬ I
derstand the conditions clearly If not not
ask a k further furtheryA
yA tc9 A i
color c of the first green shoots willow willowa wiilQwdrearity
a a dreamy green reseda re ed a bold shade shadereminiscent shaderfmlnlecent shadeeminiscent
reminiscent r of the shamrock moss mossolive mosslive
olive o live bordering on the gray gra bottle bottlegreen bottleSTeen
green sometimes called Robin Hood Hoodand Howland Hoednd
and a nd apple gre greenS n the clear true green groanof greenot greenof
of the unripe fruit fruitPurple trul1Purple fruItPurple
Purple unlike green may be worn by byalmost b balmost byalmost
almost anyone and this year ear amethyst amethystand amethystau4
and wistaria show promise e of great gre t pop popularity popularft ¬
ularity Verging on the purpose come comethe comethe
the shades of red bats de rose rose a dull dulldead dulldead dulldead
dead old rose catawba that eeems to toreflect torefieet toreflect
reflect the Insolous blush of the grape grapebordeaux grapebordeaux grapebordoaux
bordeaux and burgundy both deep with withthe mththe withthe
the sparkle of th the wine and most im important important Important ¬
portant chantcclcr the brilliant red of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cocks comb sometimes called Brit British BritIsh ¬ i
ish red becuasc it is also the lobster red redof redf 1
of o f the early British colonial uniforms uniformsCream uniformsCream I
Cream or tan Is always a useful color colorat colorat colorat
at all times of the year but particularly particularlyn i
In i n summer for It is cool and harmonizes harmonizeswith harmonJzeswith harmonizeswith
with russet shoes This season Paris Parissays Parissavs Parissays
says blonde the th yellow of rich cream creambiscuit creambiscuit I IbIScuit
biscuit bIScuit a deeper tone and wood brown brownwill brownwill i
will ill all 11 be extensively etten lvely used Besides Besidesthese Besidesthese Besidesthese
these there is a new amber shade an anold anold I Iold
old sold d and an apricot which in car certain cartam ¬
tain tam lights U hts show a faint suggestion of ofroBe orrose ofrose
rose roBeAnd roseAnd roseAnd
And lustily there if cerise the color of offlame orftame offlame
flame difficult to classify classtt as no cherry cherrywas cherryWRtJ cherrywa
was wa ever halt SK so > bright brightIt
It is brilliant dazzling but adorable adorableHats adol1ableHats adoobleHats
Hats in Extreme Style StyleRetain StyleRetain I IR
Retain R tain Their Popularity PopularityFats PopularityI PopularityIFats I IFgts
Fats In extreme style will be particu particuarly ¬
larly l evident this season For instance
the deep mushroom shapes arc becom becomng ¬
ing Ih i ng popular avraJnand n and are made ma e with witheghorn
leghorn l crowns and brims of lao ac In dif
furent colors These brims consist of
from one width ldth of heavy hM black laco to tomany tomany tomany
many rows of dainty daJn Val ValBrocaded Valllroeadoo ValBrocaded
Brocaded satin bonnets ornamented ornamentedwith ornamentedwith ornamentedwith
with plumes will be seen and there will willundoubtedly willundoubtedl willundoubtedly
undoubtedly be many copies or two mod models modtls models ¬
els that have just ust reached here from
Paris one a large In e white chip with no
decoration except a great black bird of
paradise perched on the edge of the thecrown thecrown thecrown
crown tho other oth a tan hemp hat with a
single black plume thirtysix Inches nch long
that sweeps backward bck ard
over overthe the crown crownAN crownAN crownAN
AN EVENING COAT COATFOR COATFOR I
FOR GREEN GOWN GOWNA I
A pale green satin gown hag ha an even
Ins coat that is the apotheosis apot 1eoslB of airi airiness alrlness airiness ¬
ness It Is made of chiffon in the
same sameshade sameshade sameshade
shade of green een and is lIned with tth pale palepink palepink palepink
pink chiffon cloth and agcJn a tn with silver silvernet sUernet silvernet
net It has a big square collar of ofcreamcolored ofcreamcolored
creamcolored mechlin lace oer the thepink thepink
pink gauze and Is outlined with tiny
pale pink Banksla roses and foliage thS the tii
SKwers flowers and foliage folia e being made ofsoft of soft
ribbon Similar coats have been seen
at the opera in silks shot with silver
or gold
cause cau e we e could got ot fire fli fliVer flies and glow low
worms
so that
we
would not
each other otherWhat otherWhat run n1O
What will 111 ne do about Utile Willie
Treetoad Mid Jill TIULets JillLots
Lets ron Over ° Ver and tell him
abo about t It
and see If we w cant get three bats and
that will make It all the more fun when
our three airships
go sailing around in
the sky 8k I
am getting
so I like Ifttl little
Willie Treetoad said Jack
So am I 1 said Till I
tell II
yoil yo we e
will have to look out for him because
with those little
suckers on the bottom
of ohl6 his feet he stick
can on a bat much mucheasier muchcasler
easier than we can I thing we had
better put on our rompers
Come on then and lets go over and
see little Wllhe Treetoad and tell hl hIp
about the batE batfSo batESo hatsCo
So the th Frog Fro Boys hopped over to see
little Willie Treetoad as fast t as aath they
could
II I
2ail IDa ait2 I Q > Horoscope HoroscopeThe
The stars Incline bat do not notcomi notcomtlel notMonday
comi comtlel comtlelondDY el elMonday
Monday ondDY Mnrcb 2S S 1810 1810Ponder unoPonder 1910Ponder
Ponder thing with peaeefvl PMCefllTbUB mlna mlnaThus nisdThus
Thus the beet course Shalt k the thee find findEPTUNE A ANEPTUNE a4 a4N
EPTUNE Is stationary In the zodiac zodiacScorpio 3Od1acScorpio sodlacScorpio
NEPTUNE N
Scorpio rules as a sign irR The TheIs 3to 3tois 2ioostis
is In apogee apogeeThis apogeeThis apogeeThis
This Is a configuration that makes for formysterious torm formysterious
mysterious m sterlouc difficulties la affair and re relations relations relations ¬
lations that usually u are simple 8 In Insome Insome Insome
some natures the influence cause ac actions aeUons sotions ¬
tions or statements > tatcmon that are quite at atvariance atvariance atvarlance
variance with the real Inner spirit spiritUncongenial ZptrIL1ncongenial rit ritUncongenial
Uncongenial environment has an a ex extremely xtremeb extremoly ¬
tremely decided effect at times There Therei
i I < also a s likelihood to great and unrea unreasonable 1MWeIIsonaNt sweasonable ¬
sonable unrest unrt > L LFor 7 7For y yFor
For persons per ons bar > on a Sunday or ruled ruledby ruledby ruledby
by Jupiter there is a promise prom of an un unexpected Uftexpeetcl usexpected ¬
expected arrival or of some mooey moneyThe mooeyThe mooeyThe
The aspects are ar better bett for or makiag makiagI makfalplaM ntakI ntakIpana
I plans and preparations pr tlonll tha than for execu execution execution xeeu150n ¬
tion in these twentyfour hours It will willbo wUlwltse willb
bo b wise in all important things to listen listento lhlttnto listento
to the advice and suggestions of subord subordinate JmbordIrAtfS subordicates ¬
inate and to consider < them carefully carefullybefore carefullybefore carerullybolero
before rejecting them however decided decidedones decidedo 4OCI4Mones
ones o s own ideas may to a as to the best bestcourse beatcourSf bestcourse
course to pursue pursuePersona pUlttuePtlson pursuePcrsons
Persona with today for birth date are areoften areotten areoften
often enabled nab to gain loA In great gT things by bytheir bytheir bytheIr
their combInI combln 1 powers lI N of mental and andphysical ndXhYetcal andihelcal
physical attraction and expression expressionChildren uPft88lonChildren expressionChildren
Children born bftween lMt een now and the theend 1Mend theend
end of the month art subjects of Aries Ariesi AriesThc rtea rteahc
i The hc nature 11a ture of these theespeople people to generally generallydistinguished 1eDera1lydlstlnUMbed generallydistinguished
distinguished by great retentiveness retentivenessliterary retentiveness1Uerar retentIvenessliterary
literary 1Uerar or oratorical ability and a keen keensense keMSen8e keensense
sense of the beautiful beautifulTH beautifulTtleln beautifulTheadny
TH Ttleln Theadny en tiny > Inreh 29 m D 1910 1910Thte unoThis 1510This
This day crowd net lay brother br in U tJM MM raeBtat ieee ieeeBat
But run him fairly fairlyand and show blue h thy grace graceHEPTUNE araceEPTlNE grace1I
1I HEPTUNE rules favorably for lovers loversThere lov loversJ tl
1 J 4 There may be a tendency today toclaytoward todaytoward
toward involved vague va UfI statements aim aimless aJml aimless ¬
less l efforts and misdirected plans It Itwill It111I Itwill
will be wise to avoid entanglement eta t with withschemes withchem08 wIthschemes
schemes that are not clearly outlined outlinedDo outll outllDo outlinedDo
Do not agree ree to anything that involves involvesunknown Jnvotveaunknown
unknown factors faet or future uncertain uncertainliabilities UDC tain tainliabIltUe8
liabilities liabilitiesIntrigue liabIltUe8IntrlKue
Intrigue plots attack on others ef efforts eftorts ¬
forts to destroy de tro the credit or chances chancesNew I II
II I
I New Open Veils I
There IK a a new veil I in which the themeshes themChe themeshes
meshes areso are 80 large that the satirists satiristshave JIt1rtatshavc
have called it the teaandtoast t andtoa t veil veilEvery et1 et1Every
Every one knows that women who ao take takea
a long time to adjust their veil and go goto goo
to t o fashionable te tell arrange the present presentopenings pI presentopenings t topenings
openings in ne veils vI3 II to come over the themouth tbemouth themouth
mouth so that tney may drink tea with without witbout without ¬
out trouble troubleShocking troubleShocking
Shocking as it may sound it has huadmttt been beenadmitted beenadmitted
admitted admttt d by b girls that th t they drink tea teathrough teathrou teahrough
through throu t h the veils whether the opening openings <
is i s there or not In these days YS of veil veilectonce YetIpc veilscience
science pc nce it would not be possible po for a awoman awoman awoman
woman who had well arranged anD her face facecovering fcecoverln facecovering
covering coverln to lift Iltt1t it for refreshments retre hJJMnt She Shewould 8Mwould Shewould
would have to go to the dressing d room roomto roJItto rmto
to fake it off So she drinks t tthrough tea teathrough a athrough
through it itNow itNoW itNow
Now the new ones may have been beenmanufactured beenmanufactured beenmanufactured
manufactured to meet this demand At Atany Atan Alany
any an rate rat they the have large diamond dlamondshaped diamondshaped J mondshaJled
shaped openings that are not ugly uglycause be because because ¬
cause the th > entire veil to merely a web of ofcoarse otC06rst ofcoarse
coarse silk thread Uar Any Anyone one of these theseopenings theeopenings theseopenings
openings may be stretched to leave the themouth themouth themouth
mouth entirely enUrel free and one may see seethe JIeo8the seethe
the women in the smart restaurants ta in inthe Inthe hithe
the afternoon drinking tea and nibbling ntbtllngto8t idb4iIn idb4iIntoast nibblingtoast
toast through the new veil without die discomfort dqcomfort diecomfort ¬
comfort comfortLOVE
LOVE LOVEAND AND TROUBLE TROUBLELove
Love feels no burden thinks nothing nothingof BoUdn BoUdnof
of trouble attempts what Is above its itsstrength itsstrength it itstrength
strength pleads no excuse of impossibil impossibility ¬
ity It for It thinks all things thln lawful for forItself torIt Ce r ritself
Itself It 1C and all things possible It Ittherefore Ittherefore to totherefore
therefore able to undertake all things thingsand th thand thingsand
and it completes many man things and war warrants warrants warrants ¬
rants them to take effect where here he who whodoes whodocs whtdoes
does not love would faint and lie liedown liedOWDThom1 I IdownTbernaa
dOWDThom1 down Thomas aKempto aKemptoFIGURED aKempleFIGURED aICempleFIGURED
FIGURED BEDSPREADS BEDSPREADSIn
In fancy figured bedspreads bedspl there t e are arebeautiful arebeautftul arebeautiful
beautiful patterns in colors coloaptnk pink blue bluegreon blutSTeOD bluegreen
green lavender or yellow yelloon on a white whitebackground w t41 t41background I Ibackground
background These lh colored spreads do donot donot ci cinot
not soil n as a readily as white and nd a color colorcan eolOlcan colotcan
can always be secured that t will willrespond CIr correspond CIrrespond ¬
respond with the color scneme I neme of the
bedroom
I FROCK FOR FORYOUNG YOUNG GIR GIRL I
ef rivals and competitors are alt iI under undermalignant uMermaHpaaat
malignant signs signsBhey tdrnaJhesr signsThey
They will fare best today to y who w hold to todiscretion tocU8eret1on tediscretion
discretion slowness of steoch and im impartiality iMpartlaUty hapartiality ¬
partiality of thought thoughtIt
It will be particularly necessary to toavoid toavoid
avoid overestImation of f values or pos possibilities PMbUltlt PCIsibilitles ¬
sibilities today It to an ill time for forspeculation forspeculat1on 101speculation
speculation speculat1onPtnoll8 speculationPersons
Persons with their birth date c1atetOliay c1atetOliayare today todayare to4a to4aare P
are Aries rjes subjects subjectsknown known astrologioal astrologioally nJgksJ nJgksJP
ly as the rulers of the earth They Theypossess Tiie Tiiepossess P
possess immense possibilities po as organ organizers OIJranIzen ¬
orgsnI
leers and nd leaders Je although the qualities qualitiesoften qusiltisioften I
often lie dormant and nd unsuspected by byhe brM b r rlie
he II possessors T 1 toll r tfll n late lt in Ke KeChiltlrea nfeChildren life
Children are born today under starthat star Marlthat I
that t grant rant quickness qul kJIeStI of perception p p in intuition IDtuition intuition ¬
tuition and talent for reading character characterSeason eharaeterSeason characterSeason
Season Still Too Early EarlyFor EarJFor EarlyFor
For the Best Asparagus I ITb
Thft Tb asparagus which baa arived In InI ii 1
I the Washington wholesale markets has ha haa S
not the delicacy of the lh tender Eastern EasternShore a I
EasterC
Shore grass It to too early in the theseason th thseason C I
season for the tb Eastern erl Shore variety varietyThe yadet71 varlet
The prices on the produce now in the themarkets tb a
markets l runs from J2 to 44 4 per dosen dosenbunches dosenbu dosebunches tbe e I
bunches bunchesAs bu I
As the season advances ad the th string stringbean at atrIn atrInbeen i
bean crop from Florida enlarges M and andthe an
the price to the consumers con umera m In the North Northgoes Noethgoes NOrt anh h I
goes down The drop this morning < on ontop 0 0top 1 I
top grades was oO ht cents a basket basketFor baaketI basketFor
I For EmbroideryAa Embroidery
Aa embroidered piece should not be beput beput b bd a
put in with the regular r 1r wa WIWdI h but should shouldbe d
shoutt
be washed by itself in an earthen bowl bow t i ito
to avoid the posstbtttty of o rust or other otherstain other1ItAht 1
stain Take fairly hot water and make makelight mlLklIrht e
rashit
light suds of some pure soap Wash Washquickly Wuhquickly WP WPquickly it
quickly If the linen to soiled rub that thatportion thatportion tis
portion between the t e hands but bu avoid a ageneral I IaeD4lal
general rubbing ru Rinse thoroughly in inclean Inclean I It S
clean water and lay the piece flat be between betweea b t ¬
tween two dry towels towe or thick linen linencloths lineaeloths line a
cloths Roll up these so that no part partof partot ps rt
of the embroidery can touch any II ether etherpart etberPart ethI a
part Part of the same linen and wring er ertwist ort e a
twist t so that the dry Un liMn n will absorb absorbthe abMrbthe abserthe els ls I
the moisture moistureLeave moistureLeave
Leave in this tb condition until the silk silkto all It
to absolutely abeMut ly dry Lay the piece fa fee feedoWJl fee u e edown
feeI
down upon a weUl84Wed weUlk wellwadded dded ironing board boardspread bonil I
spread l a clean white cloth over the em embroidery embroidery enbroldery I ¬
broidery and iron quickly and Itefctty Ilhttywith y 1 1with
with a hot iron being careful not to topress topre t 0
tii
press too heavily upon the embroidered embroideredportions embrotderedpOrtIcmL embroidersportIon ii
portions portionsA pOrtIcmLhot
A hot iron placed upon embroideries embroideriesin embr S I
in which the silk Is wet will produce producesteam a ai I Isteam
steam which will 1 take the life from the thesilk thesilk thesilk
silk and ruin the embroidery embrotd y If the thelinen i ilinen IliMn
linen center ha by become too dry use a adampened adampened adampened
dampened cloth to run the iron tver tverThis lVOCTh8 ivermethod
This method will 11I leave the linen a Mat Matficitntlv eatllcientlv < tf tfficientlv
ficientlv damp for pressing and It will willh willhj
h hj < > M its If natural stiffness
J B
yygasg yygasgto
i lQESIGNEDto D ESIGNEDto gieth c7 c7effected j
effected sl s1nderness nderncss tfi j
to eshywomen fleshy women They Theyaccomplish Theyaccomplish i iaccomplish
accomplish a reduc rednction
I t
fp r11 n tion of one to five fiveinches fiveinch fiveinchis
inches inch s in hips and andy andabdomen andbands
y abdomen abdomenunaidedby abdomenunaidedbytachmentsedanysort unaided by byentsof bybands
bands straps or at < It Ittachmentsot
tachmentsot tachmentsedanysort tachmentsedanysortREDUSO entsof any ysort sort 1 1REDUSO 1 rfJ
5 REDUSO Style 770 As Aspictured h 1 Z Zictured I IpiciuredForwelldevel
pictured piciuredForwelldevel piciuredForwelldevelI Fonvelldevcl Fonvelldevcloped Fonvelldeve1oped
I oped figures Medi Medicm m high highbust highbust
1 bust incarved < waist long over overhips overhips
I hips and abdomen Durable coutil coutilor
I or batiste 3 pairs poirshose hose supporters supportersSizes supportersSizes supportersI
I Sizes 19 i9to to 36 Price 300 300REDUSO 300REDU50 300REDUSO
REDUSO Style 774 Similar to toStyle toStyle toStyle
Style 770 Superb II Diamond DiamondCloth DiamondCloth DiamondCloth
Cloth material materialSizes mate materialSizes a1 a1Sizes
Sizes 19 to to36 36 Price P ce 500 500W 500W 500w
W B NUFORM Style 478 As Aspictured Asiciured Aspictured
pictured For average figures figuresMedium fioauresMedium figuresMedium
Medium bust incurved waist waistextra waistextra waistextra
extra skirt length Durable coutil coatiland coutilI
I I and batiscs Supporters attached attachedSizes
I Sizes 18 l to 30 Price P ce 100 100I t
t I Numerous attractive NUFORM NUFORMIn
1 models from j 1 1Sold
In 100 to 500
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Daily Fashion Talk TalkBy
By FRANCES FRANC CARROLL CARROLLYH1S CARROLLTHIS CARROLLrFIlS
THIS rFIlS young oun girls rfs frock to just the
J
thing thl for
the daughter who te won
to leave college col
e while the
younger YOU er ala
ter who ho te
just now
punmin Pursuing th t the junior i < mior miorfa
curriculum could wear it with 1th 110 tUC
girlish rll h grace t and chic that It might
lOt
be amiss am fa to choose c
such h
a model for her hercotftumes
or course e It is very I much a drenp dressup
frocksomething roektIOmethln
to be Worn when hen aU
the big brother and cousins
aDd
young
and
altractlvt une uncles
find it
convenle t
to appear at the
coUel e doings Iad 3ade I
of tucked net and lace
the
ties hi trimmed UP upper et per
with net ne banda The
two deep
The flounces are re or Imported lace I
faddy little
sash h 18 an attractive
addition to a JOUDr g1rl rl8 atttr1tOOft
costumes and andand It may be
used
very elT au
ceeocfully to vary tilt th color echetftt
T Th design < n Ja essentially Partran Parjp and
any frock rnodt modeisj on Ita I lines will M
1O good fI xtyl throughout t
the
and early fall fallRUGS fallRUGS L crme
RUGS ARE SHOWN SHOWNIN
x IN MANY COLORS COLORSThe
The Th colonial ru russ s for or spring and MIR
mer us use Are re close rivals to the KUMT I
millinery for they cca CCJ e in such dainty daintyand dtnt
colorings and con combination bnUoos
of tones tonesgrays
that
every woman DeedID needing JIoor over
IDC will want to buy them Deicate I
grays Y8 bordered red with bands of d di dhU deep sink I
cr pretty blues come in all sizes front rom I
nEat The at a 5 centa to a a Ix1Z rug co costing tlng U L I
pale greene ns are COOl looklsg 100kbt < Uk and
are seen en In hU hUl rulne nwners I
poid
pore rug rugM rugs
aM i
small l
mat mata a well M fullshied fullshiedViewing
ru ruVitwlng I
Viewing such beautiful uttcul
t effects eet It
f19 s eeing s aeaT scarcely y P poestbl ° ble there < e rugs can u uI I
be b e an evolution of the old rag carpet carpetCIRCULAR carpet
I CIRCULAR SKIRT SKIRTTHE SKIRTTHE K R RTHE
THE VERY NEWEST NEWESTThe
The most correct suit skirt is pleated
from fon 11b band d to hem This style yl is es ¬
pecially aIiy lIy adapted as an n accompaniment accompanimentsmartest
to tM rasnuish h suit coat The VT I
newest and smartest models however ver I
show tb the circular skirt though the I
pleated d models are still popular Some 8 me I
suits show skirts with tunic adapta a apta ¬
lions but there is an indication that
the tunic styles will figure more sue
ressfully in dresses dr4 lI fancy separate te
skirts and the fancier of the twoplee two p piece
suits Designers are still bent en keep keeptallared
leg to straight unbroken lines ita the I Itall8lid
tailored garments garmentsBlack garment8I garmentsL
I L Black Chiffon ChiffonBlack I Imack IBlack
Black chiffon < tunics tu over blue or orpreen orgreen I
preen or orange satin tta foundations are areamong areaJQOD arethe
among aJQOD the more favored style styleLace stylesLace ylell ylellLke
Lace to more and more claiming the theattention tileattnUoa theattention
attention for trimming hate ha hagoWIUI and andgowns andBlack
gowns gownswhen
goWIUIk
Black k and w white ke an anhen seast used and andwhen
when whenIn hen decorating 8kb1a k is 1WtJaMed adatedin
In flounces Aou nunces or ae a tunic tunicOld tuakOld tunicOld
Old gold silk k for tt afternoon DOOla and even evenIns eftDan evenbig
Ins an wear Is being combined with chan chantilly IMttUl1 elmstUly
tilly lacfe lacfeCloth lac lacCloth lectCloth
Cloth of gold and sliver tissue comes comesajeain comesa comesagain
again a to a supple and glistening rescue rescuewhen rescuewhen ue uewlMn
when the dull rose and mahogany mahoganyshades 1ftI mahoganyshades
shades cry for a contrasting touch tOUChTanis touchYards
Yards and yar yards ot shaded or change changeable
able bIe ribbon will b he devoted to the theetIOlIIIOUiS bate ham hamIn i ifs
In etIOlIIIOUiS loupe bows aM 8Car scarfs scarfsFigured fs 8Flpred fsFhrnred
Figured silks sIJIt are e vieto tletag with wtt two twotoned
toned effects for street and house ouIIecir hossedresaes housedresses
dresses cir dresaesWoolen
Woolen materials JllterIa are a of the Utecoalt very verycoarsest verycoarsest
coarsest at weaves WftLV WftLVLarge weavsLarge
Large flat bats have nave appeared ecl with whhIowen within
flowers in < wreaths endrclina 1iD8 the low lowcrowns loscrowns
crowns ero This ThIsI4 style to becoming to nine nineout nineout
out of ten women for it te undeniable
that the lone sweeping lines of e hat hatwill hatswill
will add to the charm eta of the face ta be be beneath
neath and they are re rarely trying Uyinj to
the wearer on account of stfT att or orstraight ortn orstraight
straight tn 1ht effects effectsHeavy etrectLHey effectsHeavy I
Heavy lace incrusted with genw shows j
that the styles so popular in the winter1 winter1have winter
have ha y been recognized ts worthy of repe repetition ropetitios ¬
tition for spring evening en enGASOLENE gowns gownsGASOLENE gownsGASOLENE
GASOLENE AND CORNMEAL CORNMEALSome CORNMEALpeople
Some ome people pie have very little faith In Incleaning incleaning j jcleaning
cleaning with gasolene f Gasolene alone alonewill alonewill alonewill
will < not ot remove spots and dirt Tke Trkegasolene TkeIene Tkeansolene
gasolene Iene and cornmeal First use i irough 1routm arough
rough cloth of some kind dip it in I the thegasolene thelane j jgasolene
gasolene ° lane nibbing vigorously then use usethe 11Mtbf usecornmenl
the cornmeal rubbing rubb also You will find findthis Andthis findthis
this will clean d n the dirtiest fabric or orO orstoves
eiov stoves O of f any kind
Adds to List of Quaint QuaintWedding QuaintWedding Quaintk
k Wedding Day Superstitions Superstttnsj
HROOGH the courtesy of ODe of otI
THROUGH I I my readers r ets I am enabled to toprint
1 print the following foUowls additional additionaldata additionaldata
data eoacerfteg CODCe wedding day su superstitions Mlet8titJelts suerstitloan ¬
perstitions p perstitionsJune erstitloanJuno
June the be month th of sunshine bhte the themonth t theonth o
month m onth of graduates po 1IduaE aduszss the time of roses rosesi rosebaa
i has 15 5 become becoeng the month of wedd1nahough weddings weddingsi
i Though T May to the loveliest time of the theyear theyear theser
year y ser It to regarded as unlucky Jane Janewith T Tth Juneith
with w ith th her magic wand make the whole wholeworld wholeorld
world w oriel passing fair with a profusion loR of ofroses of1OMf ofoses
roses r and roses roe are loves own om omhleb flower flowerwhich fiowerbhich
which w hleb makes JDak June a month of goed goedomens Ooii Ooiimens
omens cme e for brides bridesvery 1NideAfter bridesAfter
After the day y Is Pet set It Is 8IIIIIItIeIeaI 8IIIIIItIeIeaIV6C
very V6C v ery unlucky to te change k It t Happy Happythe to tothe ise
the th e bride that the sun IIUftquote shines en we wequote weuote
quote q uote almost involuntarily when the theweddincday 1MweddlD theeddingday
weddlD w weddincday ay to bright and dear and andall aJNIall andll
all a ll brides rejoice when the weather Is tofair IsWr Isair
fair f It the bride call squeeze a few fewtears fewun fewears
ft
fv tears t ears whether they be of the ti crocodile crocodilevariety croco4tloy crocodileariety
variety y y or those of genuine abM sorrow > at atleaving atId ataying
leaving Id fr the oM home It Is saM to in insure lit litMire Isure ¬
frs
sure s her future happiness happinessBut MpptaeMBut happinessBut
But before the joyful jo u1 day dawns there thereto
to i s usually a Urns or short coart8tupHappy courtship courtshipHappy coswtahipHappy
Happy to the wooing that ts not long longadoing longadelft longdoing
adoing a doing says n the old proverb PI b and andwhen aacIwDea andwhen
when a p courtship extends over a year yearbefore 7eartfore yearbefore
before it culminates in marriage marrta e those thosewho tbodewho thosewho
who are versed ed in the knowledge Jmow e of the theomens theOmeJMJ themens
omens o affecting < brides shake e their heads headswith beadewith
with apprehension hftlllioa Considerate Cn rate brides bride8ar bridesear
wear a ar as many pairs of garters en enthe during duringthe duringhe
the t he ceremony eeremoai as they have urhJiamsiaa urhJiamsiaato bctl f fIt
a It Is ex exceedingly y lucky foe OC a a ao w wto
to t o receive e as a gift a carter art that was wasworn wailworn waswet
worn by a bride brideCare brideCare brideCare
Care Necessary Necessaryla NecessaryMatter
la 1 Matter t f Dr Drhappiness DrA Dress DressA
A bride who has aa e eye 30 her f1lt1lre futurlht
happiness ha in the wedded state will willdrem not notdress DOtdFe88
dress herself entirely until the time timefor tiIIMJfor Unitor
for f or the ceremony QIOftY and above an anhe things thingsshe thingsI
she s he will not allow a maid to assist in inpinning IIIpinning Ispinning I
pinning on her heryet1thtli veil veilthin tUa office must be beperformed bi biI
performed by a wife and mother In Inilnsslni Iadr Is Isdrin I
dr ilnsslni herself for her wedding she shemust ibiL
must m ftIftfID remember to put on her right rightshoe righishoe t tIIboe L
shoe first antIt unless UJ she wishes to be ruled ruledwit ruledwit
rulsir
wit ha roO of iron m In the hands of her herfuture Iterfuture heifuture r
future lord The right t glove OPe must muston go goon g
on first if she 8h wishes to always alwa be Bret Bretin tin flr L
flrL
in her husbands affections She mut mutremember mu L
remember rem mber also that she must not allow a1oi w r
Value of Attention to Silhouette SilhouetteAppreciated SilhouetteApprecIatedby
Appreciated Apprec ated by Women of France
r liE correctness lec of the silhouettte trlibouetttmaIteB slihouettteI
T 1 makes the til fashionable woman womanThere WOlftIUlTbere womanI
I There was a a timeSrhen time Iwtwn sh she h was wasall w wall wasan
all bunches at t the hip and small smallat
at the top at another era when the theeiKHiRoue tk0U5 theenormous
enormous 0U5 putt uft sleeves sleev were in iaerY vogue vogueshe vogueshe
she was very lame lnr acrc acrees < the tIoul shoulder shoulderand shoulderSand tr traad
and mail above and below But today todayshe t tender teda tedaibe
she to slender all the way down save saveittle BaTeperbap eaveperhaps
perhaps for a a bI hat at the top and It Itlittle alittle
little puSlnK JIIU ffIng of ths th skirt below the then theOne thtOne theOne
n
One reason why some women w never nevervalue DeVerme nevermaisase
me maisase to look stylish 71 DO ratter what whatUey whatthey
they c a is that they neglect te COD CODthe conder
der the eCteet fIlt of s dmsstta a aotbft Another
other is that ue dO bet eprsclate III 1te the tJleIue thevalue
value Iue of detail detailThe detaQaThe detilsrho
The French WOWM theorh she nay naynot ma mayDot 1 1JIOt
not always pay as ranch attention to toAmerican togvooising i
gvooising and Dd personal WtdeDe as the thtA1MI1caD theMearlcan
American manages nina a to took better betterwomen boeJtUrwIa bettergroomed
groomed said better reised than most
othei women wIa wom because she newer DeVerPl forget forgetseither forgeteither
either Pl kI the ootoute e detail of her toilet toiKor to6 i ior
or their total effect e d Not a hair to eat entof eatof 111 I IftI
of vteee laee net a pta obtrusmv Its nf nfpresence ugh ughpresence >
presence e anywhere and stoves veils v vedsneckwear I j jneckwear
neckwear and footgear toot are te faultless faultlesscondition fuJtJeacoadttion faultlessIn
condition conditionIn
In larger matters she to not so fault fuhless faDJt1 faultlois >
less For neatness and order in a aroom a u sU sUroom
I
room she t M M6beener to unsurpassed writeone writeoneobserver wrItes one oneobserver
observer and in the art rt of stowing stowingagga stowingbaggage I Iand
baggage > > agga and traveling tla things way away > in a arailway al arailway
railway tram she to a pest mistress Yet Yetin i iin iIn
in her house we should uld find dust m Iscorners t t e j jcorners Icornen
corners and rooms unaired and unven 1IItYellWated miventubed j jtilated
tilated The German woman en the thectntrary thecontrary i icontrary
contrary keeps k her house in a a state of ofct ofeet j jperfect
perfect ct order and is herself the per perfectioa perfCtiOD perfection
fectioa of dowdiness dowdraessThe dowdmeTb dowdinessThe
The Tb Tnerian woman of co coarse r9 j j
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I I Eddlv Eddy Ref Hgerators HgeratorsGive tors torsFor
Give Perfect Satisfaction SatisfactionFor
For a Life Time Timend TimeI Timei
i And nd the Eddy E dy is not only a adurable adurable adurable
durable and economical refrig refrigerator remgerator refligeralor ¬
I I erator for the family its use is isa isa isWOOD
a valuable safeguard safe against againstdisease againstdiseL
disease Food kept in a refrig refrigerator refrigerator ¬
erator where germs lurk in the thecement thecement
cement joints or in a porous porousWOOD porousVOOD
WOOD lining endangers the thelives thelives thep
lives of all who eat it it Fad or orfancy orfancy
p i Ii fancy should not enter into the they thepurchase thesurance
y purchase of a refrigerator when whenLr wbenhuman
Lr human lives depend on sanitary sanitaryconditions
1 conditions The Eddy is the theSAFE
p SAFE refrigerator and its use I Iis
r is in large measure health m msurance i1
surance suranceAny suranceII suranceAny
I II Any refrigerator ref gerator IK no > matter what it is lined with withwill withwill i iwIll
will be dirty if it is not properly cleaned And the thesame thesame i isame
same amount of time required to clean a oorcefain oorcefainor
or glass refrigerator will keep an Eddy zinclined zinc zkicIinedreS 1inedre re ¬ I Ifrigerator
S frigerator free from all dirt dirtBy dirtBy dirtBy
By the Eddy system the ire ic melts just fast fastenough itstenough fastenough
enough to obtain the full benefit benet t of every particle of ofcold ofcokI ofcold
cold that is ia it it Nothing is wasted wastedceCapidty45bs wastedl wastedIce
l Ice ceCapidty45bs fapcity apij ty 45 lbs 60is 60 lbs 8515s 85 lbs hs 1001k 100 lbs 1251k 1251kPrice 125 I Is IsPrice s sK
K I Price 1540 I54 1950 iiii 2290 2775 3338 3338Pottery 3338Dulin 3338Dulin
Dulin Martin Co CoPaJffy I IPa
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Pottery Pa 2Y Porcelain China Glass Silver Etc It
1215 F Str Street et and an 121418 G Street Streets StreetI
s
a a I i
her pro IrMhantf c to tosee toseehe ee fesf fesfher sss sssher
her bridal attire ttl until die meets him btebefore mbefore himbefore
before the altar as to t do sois so soto fiuppeead fiuppeeadto
to invite aU sorts of bad lock lockAnd lackADd luckAnd
And no girl can safely eIr promise her bersetw herehr herseiw
setw that she win be a a happy bride tIn unless tinless ¬
less 1 eh abs shall nave assisted Is at least leastsome Jeut2IOme Icastacme
some little particular in the making of ofher ofher ofbet
her trousseau or in the mixing of bar barwedding bwedding herwedding
wedding cake Few brides care to go to tothe toUK tothe
the altar who have not in alt particulars particularscompiled prtJouIrcomplied particularscomplied
complied with the old proverb about aboutwearing aboutwn aboutwearing
wearing wn something bi old something new newsomething Dew8OI1t8th1nl iewsomething
something borrowed and something somethingblue 1MMDeth1llgblue somethingblue
blue The Theomethla something ew new ew te always in inevidence 11evkJeaee 1ievidence
evidence in tIM brides fresh attire the thesomething the8OIDetbIBS thesomething
something old is ramaHy T the v veil B wnfcn wnfcnte whknoften
te often an heirloom in 1 the fuinttr mII7 the t2Msomething t1aeIIOMethIag theomethbng >
something borrowed to easily osmpllcd osmpllcdThe oepIkdwith oomplkdwith
with and may I be a rIDs or a pta The ThesonetMb TheOIIMUd Thesomething
sonetMb something blue mr be a a bins silk gar garknot peter gartea
tea or 8 knot of blue rlMwa hidden Mddeaaway Wddeaaway hiddenaway
away awayOld awayOld awayOld
Old Rhyme Tests TestsOf TtlisOf Tim TimOf
Of Proper Attire AttireTo AttireTo AttireTo
To Insure success suCI for r iMTMtf the e1M1de e1M1deIIItIIt bride bridemaids bridemust
IIItIIt throW thr DOT bQ a Me brides Kiciethe bridesmaids
maids and the OM wfco catches it wfll wfllbe wfllbe willbe
be the the am OB ODe of 0 the tIi g g1Ic UCIt5 e to toget toJIIUtW toget
get married The Tb wedding wMdIDgnot ring BUSK BUSKnot niCItnot
not be tried on before the ceremony nor nortaken DOltakea nOrtken
taken off s afterward The TheNOllP8CUfi TheNOllP8CUfibride prospective prospectivebrido prospoCttVObride
bride must not accept a gift of a knife knifefrom kDUeor
or a air Of sc4sso or anything 8 LP LPfrom shapfrom
from her lover without giving a pillor pill pinor
or some article in exchange lest l their theirlove thoklove
love be cut asunder asunderAs
As to what the bride steH be attired attiredhi
hi there is an old rhyme rhymeMarried rh rhKAnied rhymeMarried
Married to white whiteYou wi taYeti whiteYou
You have chosen all right rightMarried right4arrled t tXarrW
Married in cray crayYou cDYYu grayY
You Y u will go far away awayMarried a1llqlar11Ed awayMarried
Married fc Is Mae MaeTou bIaek bIaekYou blackYou
You wt1l will wish wishMarried yourself c kJlarriecf b ok okMaiTiadinred
Married MaiTiadinred MaiTiadinredYoud in red redTovd t tYoud
Youd better be beMarried dead deadMarried deadMayrledingrees
Married Mayrledingrees MayrledingreesAshamed in InAshamed green greenAshamed
Ashamed to be sees seesMarried 88MManVel seesiarried
Married in blueYou1I blueYoull blue blueYoull
Youll always be tine tnwMarried tnIeIIIarded tineMarriedinpea1
Married Marriedinpea1 Marriedinpea1Youll in pearl pearlYoull
Youll live li e in a whirl whirlMarried whkihiarsied 4 4ItietI
Married ItietI in yellow yellowAshamed yeUowfJl yellowAmed
Ashamed fJl < Ute f ettew feUew feUewMarri feiiowMarried ettewMarried
Married Marri in brows browsYoull browYou1I brawnYoull
Youll live out of town townMarried tle11lfarrled towntarrted
Married In pink pinkYour pIJJkYour c cYour
Your spirits will WinFRANCES stoic stoicFRANCES sinkPRANCES
FRANCES CARROLL
wants to to t combine these extremes and andmany aDdmaA andmany
many maA of them do doHANGING doHANGING doHANGING
HANGING UP GARMENTS GARMENTSWhen GARMEN1JIOt
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