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New Problem Is Difficult DifficultPuzzle DifficultPuzzle DifficultPuzzle
Puzzle Family Works Hards
HE postlenten J081I nten puzzle evidently evidentlyhas evidentlyhas
T I has proven a a real one and or else elsethe elsethe elsethe
the puzzlers spent a rainy Sun Sonday Sunday Sunday
day doing something besides besidespuzzlesolvhig besideSuzzlosolvtng besidesnuzzlesolving
puzzlesolvhig nuzzlesolvingAtall puzzlesolvhigAtall uzzlosolvtngI
I Atall events the usual flock of earlybirds early earlyWrds eerbbirds
birds has not yet arrived upon the thescene thei thescene
i scene One of ray telephonic friends friendscalled frlondscalled friondscalled
called meup me up to ask some questions as asto asto asto
to whether the puzzle was set down ex exactly exactly exactly ¬
actly right but asAle asl e from this an un unusually unusually unusually ¬
usually dense silence has been main maintained malnWned maintained ¬
tained by the family familyPersonally familyPersonally familyPersonally
Personally I think Miss Spaulding isentitled is isinallty Is6l1tItied
entitled to congratulations for the ori > I Ifinality
finality she has displayed dlspla ed in working workingout
out the problem and I am pretty sure surethat surethat surethat
that even the average well informed informedperson Informedperson informedperson
person will have to think a bit before beforehe beforehe beforehe
he will be able to bring these famous famousold famousOld famousold
old writers and religious rel1 lous teachers from fromtheir tromtheir fromtheir
their disguise disguiseI
I feel that those who whoh have ve been beenlooking been100klnS beenlooking
looking for a hard proposition will willfind willfind willfind
find what they have sought in this thisweeks thisweeks thisweeks
weeks puzzle and my regret is that Miss MissSpaulding MissSpaulding Il s sSpauldlns
Spaulding herself is out of the race raceOf raceOf raceOf
Of all the puzzle solvers Mire llH Spaulding Spauldinghas
has been the most Insistent pleader for fora
a difficult problem and it does seem too toobad toobad toobad
bad now that we have one that sh shshould she sheshould sheshould
should be able to sit back and watch watchthe watchthe watchthe
the struggles of the others However Howeverthat Howeverthat Howeverthat
that Is the way wa things g < o In this world worldsometimes worldsometimes rld rldsometimes
sometimes so I suppose suppo o I must be roeondled rec reconciled reconcIled ¬
onciled though thou h I trust that the future futurewill futurewl1l futurewill
will hold a downright stumper for forthe torthe forthe
the author of the trials and nd tribulations tribulationsof
of the family at large and the Joy and andsatisfaction andsatisfaction andsatisfaction
satisfaction of the trio who will be ad adjudged a ajud adjudged ¬
judged jud ed worthy wortJ1 of the weeks trophies trophiesAnd trophiesAnd trophiesAnd
And speaking of winners here is a anote a anote anote
note from one of the recently successful successfulWashington flUcce successfulWashington tul tulYuhlnJton
Washington D C March Z 30 3 > 110 110My lilGMy 1916My
My dear Miss Miss UBS Carroll Your r charm charming channing the a ¬
o ocorrect
ing courtesy in n the matter m of the in incorrect incorrect ¬
correct list I sent you Ou last week Is tedeserving Isde isdeserving
deserving de ervlng a much more prompt acknowledgment ac acknowledgment acknowledgment ¬
knowledgment and I beg you ou to topardon topardon topardon
pardon my m delay However being beingyourself beingYOUnM1t being beingyourself
yourself a very ery busy bU5 person you yousurely will willsurely In InsurelY
surely be considerate of a sister who whohas whohas Whohas
has not many spare moments momentsGUEST momentsGUEST
4 GUEST OWES OWESHOST OWESHOST OWESHOST
HOST DEBT DEBTShould DEBTShould DEBTShould
Should Show Tact and andOverlook andOverlook andOverlook
Overlook Small SmallAnnoyances SmallAnnoyances Smalliinnoyances
Annoyances AnnoyancesGUEST AnnoyancesA iinnoyancesA
GUEST should not burden host hostI hostor hostor
A I or hostess hoste e needlessly should at attimes attImes attimes
times court his own society and andshould andshould andshould
should never forget that tact tactis tactIs tactis
is golden when hen one is visiting and that thatthanks thatthanks thatthanks
thanks should not be grudging when whenone whenone
one goes goe away awaySurely a awaySurely wa waSurely I
Surely it need not be said that the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true lady and the true gentleman never neverobserve neverobserve neverobserve
observe anything amiss in the deport deportment deportment deportment ¬
ment of the people whom they the are arevisiting arevisiting arevisiting
visiting and never feel any temptation temptationto tem taUon taUonto
to comment on little things that go gowrong gowrong gowrong
wrong while they the are guests gueUSmall guetsSmall guestsSmall
Small frictions and irriations hasty hastywords h8t h8tword hastywords
words and illconsidered acts may ruf ruffle rutfie ruflie ¬
fie the he usual smoothness of family famil life lifeat Ureat lifeat
at times but It W the part of courtesy courtesyto courtes courtesto
to be unobservant and of real nobility nobilityto noblllt nobllltto
to forget whatever was amiss and to tomake tomake tomake
make no mention of it at a later period periodA
A beautiful indefinable sacredness en enfolds enfolds enfolds ¬
folds hospitality and nd only uncultured unculturedand unculturedand
and unrefined people ignore this factI fact factI
I say gentle inand lady Jad with intention intentionI
I like the fine oldfashioned words wordsPardon wordPardon wordsPardon
Pardon a last caution An engage engagement engagement engagement ¬
ment made on either side by host ho t or orguest orguest orguest
guest should becompulsory be unless unle a there thereis
is excellent reason r n for breaking it it If Ifwe Itwe Ifwe
we Invite guest eats to t come to us at a adesignated adesignated adesignated
designated period we should not write writetwo writetwo writetwo
two or three days before the time to toput toput toput
put off of their coming If I we promise to tospend tospend tospend
spend a weekend week nd or a fortnight with 1th a afriend afriend afriend
friend and before her date a second secondinvitation secondInvitation cond condInvitation
invitation that is alluring we cannot cannotin
in decency withdraw our acceptance acceptanceNeither acceptnceNeither acceptanceNeither
Neither party has the privilege of caus causing causing causing ¬
ing inconvenience for a selfish reason reasonSURPRISE rdtUlOnSURPRISE reasonSURPRISE
SURPRISE CAKE CAKEAT CAKEAT CAKEAT
AT LINEN SHOWER SHOWERA
A surprise cake was as the feature of a alinen aJlnen alinen
linen shower showerDuring showerDuring showerDuring
During the repast repe t the prospective prospectivebride prospectivebrile prospectivebride
bride was s aeked to cut a large cake cakethat cakethat cakethat
that adorned the center of the table tableShe tableShe tableShe
She did so and what was as her surprise surpriseto
to find it i filled with dainty da1nt handker handkerchiefs handkercohlers handkerchiefs ¬
chiefs and collars collarsThe collarsThe collarsThe
The cake in reality was a large paste pasteboard pasteboard pasteboard ¬
board box which under the care of a askillful askillful askillful
skillful baker had been arranged with withthick a athick athick
thick coating of frosting fro UI1Ig
Each article was accompanied by b a asuitable asultable asuitable
suitable piece of poetry P06 o written by the the4onor
donor
c I WISH you OU would toll me me more moreabout moreabout
I
about Mr Ir and Mrs City Mouse Mousesaid MoUtosaid Mousesaid
said Ethel to her father one night n ht and andso andso andso
so he told her the following story storyYou storyYou storyYou
You remember how Tom the cat in inthe Inthe inthe
the big b office building bUUdl In New York city cityalmost cityalmost cityalmost
almost captured Mr and Mrs City CityMouse CityIou CityMouse
Mouse Iou e and little Maudie Mouse MouseThey MusaThey IoUl o oThey
They had to wait it t until the next morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing Before they could move out of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building because Tom stood on guard guardand guardand guardand
and would not let them get out Finally Finallythey Finallythoy Finallythey
they managed to scurry down d wn the stairs stairswhen stairshen stairswhen
when hen no one was looking and into the thenext thenert thenext
next building bundln which was lUll empty emptyThere empt emptThere emptyThere
There they the had a lovely time because becauseno
no onu was there and they managed to tofind tofind tofind
find a piece of cheese which some one onehad onebad onehad
had left from lunch lunchMaudie lunchlaOOle lunchMaudie
Maudie Mouse Iou e was 8 so hungry that she sheate Bheate sheate
ate the piece of cheese ch e all up at once onceand onceand onceand
and almost made herself sick sickBy sickB sickBy
By B the time night came they the thought thoughtit
it would be a good idea to start for the thecountry thecountIJ thecountry
country where they were going to visit visitMr visitMr I5lt I5ltfr
Mr fr and Mrs Counry Mouse so when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the lights began to blink andthe and the cor corners corners corners ¬
ners got very ery darkVMr and MrMs City CityMouse CityIouse CityMouse
Mouse and little Maudie aOOle Mouse scurried scurriedout scurrlNlout scurriedout
out of the dark building and across thestreet the tliestreet thestreet
street as fast as they could There they theywaited theywaited theywaited
waited in a dark d rk corner to see if any anycats anycats anycats
cats were around and not seeing they theyscurried theycurried theyscurried
scurried across to a vacant lot where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they kept very elJ still until Mr City Mouse Mousecould Mousecould Mousecould
could see what was going on He did didnot didnot didnot
not go very far away awlyfor for fear some
1
PRIZES OFFERED OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE
PUZZLE SOLVERS SOLVERSWeekly
Weekly rNkl prize A of five n three nnd nndtvro nndtwo andtwo
two dollar respectively rellpecth b arc given Rivento Ih givento n nto
to the contestant for the puzzle puzzleprinted purr puzzleprinted ef
printed on the AVomnnn Vomnn Pace 1ngthe or orthe 0 0tbe
the Sunday Suudn evening edition of The TheTime TileTlmcII TheTimes
Time each week 1Te k for the threesolutions three threeolutlonK threeolutlons
solutions adjudged worthy worthyThe worthyThe worthyThe
The content which Idch clones at 3 p pto pm pIn
m on FrIda Friday of each ach week 1Te k III opento open opento
to all who 110 care to ole the puzzles puzzlesThe puzzlcThe puzzlesThe
The awards arc ba balled ed primarily primarilyon
on In correctness tlmellneita and andnentnetiB nndneatness andneatness
neatness Originality in presentation presenta presentation prellrntatJOD ¬
tion also receive consideration In Inawarding Innwarding inawarding
awarding the the prize prizeIt prizesIt
It was lovely of you Ou to award me methe methe methe
the third prize which I appreciate appreciatevery
very much as it was absolutely the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first prize of any sort I ever ob obtained obtained obtained ¬
tained in my life In the parlance parlanceof
of the time I was as tickled tickledthe to death deathAlso deathAlso deathAlso
Also I was about overwhelmed by bythe bythe bythe
the publication of my letter and andwish andwish andwish
wish to thank you for the honor done doneme doneme doneme
me Had I known the letter was to tobe tobe tobe
be published I think I should have havetaken havetaken havetaken
taken a little more pains with it itI ItI itI
I I am not trying this weeks puzzle puzzleas
as I think some of the quotations quotationshave quotationshlie quotationshave
have been used so long and frequent frequently ¬
ly IT that their origin is somewhat con conjectural conj conjectural ¬
jectural j cturaL Number 15 which seems to tobe tobe tobe
be the easiest will I consider be bethe bethe bethe
the one most generally JIlI missed as asthe 8Sthe asthe
the inspired ones of old will fallheir fall fallheir faUheir
heir to the credit due Laurence LaurenceSterne LaurenceSterno LaurenceSterne
Sterne SterneAgain SternoAgain SterneAgain
Again thanking you for your kindnees kind kindness klndnOH ¬
ness I am yours most sincerely sincerelyAGNES sincerelyAG sincerelyAGNES
AGNES AG ES B HICKEY HICKSYThe HICKEYThe HICKEYThe
The Astoria Third and G streets streetsN
N 1 W WNow V VNow
Now 10 I wonder what hat Miss 1 HIckey HIckeythought Hickeythought Hickeythought
thought when she discovered yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat yesterdaythat
that after all not one O f of the quotations quotationsgiven quotationsgiven quotationsgiven
given had a doubtful or conjectural conjecturalorigin conjecturalorigin conjecturalorigin
origin originIDa
originjLest jLest G46 G46at
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Dail IDa at l > Horoscope HoroscopeThe orosco e eThe
The stirs Incline but do not notTncOay notcompel notcompel
compel compelToeda compelTuesday
Toeda Tuesday April 5 1010 1010Say 1010SaY 1910Say
Say what Mt thou bas Jo e Mil Milany sellMany it itMany
Many any shall like it well wenN wellO wellthis
O N this ninetyfifth day da the planet planetIercury planetMercury j jMercury
Mercury enters a superior conjunc conjunction conjunction eoajunction ¬
tion with the Sun and should exercise exerciseimportant exerciseImportant exerciseimportant
important and beneficial effects Mars Marsand Marsand Jarsand
and Jupiter also al o are in favorable poeltlons poel positions poelHons ¬
tions tlonsThe tionsThe HonsThe
The power I > Ocr of the Sun is exerted for forhonor forhonor forhonor
honor courage and principle They who whoare whoare 00 00are
are frank and straightforward atral htorward will 111 suc succeed succeed uc ucceed ¬
ceed best t An evil and malignant sign signrises algnrl signrises
rises rl es over the dishonest t the false the thecruel thecruel thecruel
cruel and the treacherous treacherousPublicity treacherousPublicity treacherousPublicity
Publicity is under a bright star and andwritings andoritings andwritings
writings or printing for the purpose pu of ofintroducing ofIntroduclns ofIntroducing
introducing merchandise or selling is islikely isIIkeb islikely
likely to be fortunate fortunateIt
It Is a good time also a1 o under such suchaspects suchaspects uchupects
aspects of o Mercury to send letters or orsign orsign orsign
sign papers papersNew papersSew papersNew
New places of business and new undertaking un undertaking IndertakIng ¬
dertaking should prosper prosperMars prosperIars prosperMars
Mars is favorable for those who are areill arem
ill and indicates indl te that they should find findhelp findhelp findhelp
help from physicians ph 8lclans or surgeons or orfrom orfrom orfrom
from traveling travelingDealings travelingDealings travelingDealings
Dealings with superiors and seeking seekingfor seeklnJfor
for employment are under promising promisingconditions promletagconditions pretnisiagconditions
conditions They who grant favors this thisday thbI thisday
day will do so under the best aspects aspectsand apeetsand aspectsand
I and are likely to find their kindness kindnesswell klDdn klDdnwell kindnesswell
well bestowed bestowedThere be bestowedThere toed toedThere
There is danger in illtemper and andhasty amIha8ty andhasty
hasty words It is especially Iany advisable advisablefor
for impetuous or choleric persons to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid disputes as they are likely to togo togo togo
go too far farEndive farI
I Endive carrots savory a vory licorice fennel fen fennel fennel ¬
nel dill mulberry parsley and carra carraway carra1Ia carraway
way 1Ia are good under Mercury according accordingto
to herbalists herbalistsHire herbahstsIDre herbalistsHire
Hire men this day for any work workPersons workPersons workPersons
Persons with Ith their birthdate today todaywill todayI
I will make a mistake If they are quick quickto
to resent Imaginary slights or refuse to toforgive toforgive toforgive
forgive Injuries Women must guard guardagainst guardagainst guardagainst
against jealousy jealousyChildren jealousChildren jealousyChildren
Children are areborn born today under aspects aspectsthat aspectsthat apeetsthat
that often make their subjects bound boundto
to lead and give great talent for management man management management ¬
agement
VIOLET HOLDER
I
The violet holder is is second cousin tothe to tothe U Uthe >
the new flower pot and threatens to tomake tomake tomake
make the oldfashioned fern dish take takea
a lone vacation It is a round shallow shallowdish shanowhh shallowdish
dish hh into which the water is poured pouredwith pouredwith pouredwith
with a perforated top through the aper apertures apetures apertures ¬
tures of which pass the violet stems stemsThe stemsThe stemsThe
The dish is fitted with handles deco decorated decorated decorated ¬
rated with violets
The bedtime C edt e Ime me Story StoryPublished
Published PnbIl hed for the thoughtful tho htful mothers who ho wish to read to < o the littlefolk little littlefolk Uttlfolk
folk while they the are being beln tucked into their bed for the night nightTHE nJhtTHE nightTHE
THE CITY MICES JOURNEY
one would get hold of his dear wife and andchild an anchild andchild
child childFinally childFinaUy childIt
Finally when he came back he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It is nearly 1 oclock now and I do donot donot donot
not see any anyone one around so let us hurry hurrydown hurrydo hurrydown
down do and perhaps when no one is look looking lookIng looking ¬
ing we can skip on to a ferryboat and andgo andgo andgo
go across the river riverIt rIverIt riverIt
It made a very vel funny sight to see Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Sirs Mouse skipping down the side sidestreets sidestreets sidestreets
streets and dark places Mrs Irs Mouse Mousewith Mousewith Mousewith
with her little bonnet tied tightly on onher cmher onher
her head h d Mr Mouse carrying as big a abundle abundle abundle
bundle as he could of the things thatthey that thatthey thatthe
they the wished to take away from theirhome their theirhome theirhome
home while little IIttle1Iaude Maude Mouse carried carrieda
a little doll which she held tightly Ughtl inher in inj Inher
j her arms and quieted every cvOt time the thedolly thedolly II
dolly woke oke up upFinally upFinally upFinally
Finally they the could see the great big bigriver bigriver bigriver
river in front of them tit em and hear the theToot theToot theToot
Toot toot of the steamboats ateamb ats and andsee andsee andsee
see the thebllnkin blinking lights going up and anddown anddown anddown
down the river riverThey rIcrThe ricerThey
They The stepped into a doorwoy to see seewhat seewhat seewhat
what was going tng on when all of a sud sudden sudden sudden ¬
den behind them Mr City Mouse saw a agreat agreat agreat
great big bh pair of shiny eyes eyesRun eYesRun eyesRun
Run Run he said Hurry under underthe u underthe er erthe
the sidewalk for here comes c mes a great gre t big bigcat bigcat bigcat
cat and sure sur enough just as dir Ir City CityMouse Cityllouse CityMouse
Mouse and his wife and little girl slip slipped sllpptd slipped ¬
ped under the sidewalk a big cat sprang sprangMouse sprangwhere sprangwhere
where th they had been and little lIaudie lIaudieIOUH MaudfeMouse
Mouse saw dd to ter er Idhly There therenow there therenow therenow
now dont you be frightened We Ve will willsoon wfltsoon willsoon
soon be over in the country where wherethere wherethere
1 there are not cats
I SOME LATE IDEAS IN THE SEPARATE COAT II
Daily Fashion on TalkT Talk TalkBy
T I I IBy 1By
By FRANCES CARROLL CARROLLI
I T IM M 1 presenting for your considerationtoday consideration considerationtoday onederatlontoday
today two very smart things which whichth whichthE whichthe
thE th young OUng girl or her debutante sister sistermay sletermay sistermay
may find interesting Int3re Jnt t Nowadays no noWardrobe noJardrobe noQaardrobe
Wardrobe Is complete without a separate separ separate separate ¬
ate coat of some sort and these two twodrawings tw twdrawlngs twodrawings
drawings from exclusive modes mod em emhody emhody embody
hody some of the very ory latest l test ideas in inthe Inthe inthe
the setmrato coat domain domahiIt
It IB If all a matter of choice which whichyou whlohou whichyou
you ou take a 8 half length coat or a coat coatto co coatto t tto
to the hem of your our frock One is a agood aa aagood asgood
good form and 00 as a fashionable as the theother thether theother
other so the points pol t you ou have to con consider consider consider ¬
sider are which will most nearly meet meetyour meetour meetyour
your our requirements and which will 1U be bemore bemore bemore
more becoming to you OO personally personallyNo p rson8nyNo
No 1 is a full ull length garment g8nne t made madein madeIn madein
in a faddy belted design Of black aDd aadwhite aDdwhite andwhite
white check the belt and collar and andcuffs andculls lnduNs
cuffs uNs are of deep p red silk with an over overlay Oerlay overlay ¬
lay of white whiteFigure whiteFl whiteFigure
Figure Fl nre No No2 2 Is a hip length l ogUa coat offine of offine atfine
fine French flannel in a rich tone of red redThe redThe redThe
The cuffs t tts and collar are of of black peau peaude pesude peauo
de role rol Erase buttons are a aturthM aturthMomba1Uflhment further furtherembellishment furtherembellishment
embellishmentWAR embellishment embellishmentWAR
WAR 1 AR ONILLITERACY ONILLITERACYThree ON ILLITERACY ILLITERACYThree
Three years y rs ago ago o the Kentucky State StateFederation stateFederation StateFederation
Federation of Womens W rneRs Club < start 8 started Lr1ed d a amovement amovement amovement
movement to stamp out Illiteracy among amongchikiren amoDgehlktren amongchildren
children Its first step wag w to toronn toronnschool form formschool farmschool
school improvement improv ent leagues < aguee in the dif different dlretent diffetent ¬
ferent counties o Then a prize JX Ze of orwa t H Wwas Hwas
was wa offered to the rural school that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made th the greatest t advance toward be becoming becomln becoming ¬
coming comln a model public school seho L This Thisprize Thillprize Thisprise
prize has been awarded to th the Buck Buckhorn Buckhorn Buckhorn
horn School Owsl Owy y county countyHAS countyHAS OURtyHAS
HAS OWN RECORD RECORDThe
The truth id w tI always practical It al always alway always ¬
ways works out in results even though thoughat t k kat
at times it is difficult to trace the theprocess theprOCeM theprocess
process
Answers Given Inquiries lnqur es Made by Readers of of The Times T mes I
For Rough Skin SkinA SkinA
A J H HFor For rough skin dn such as you youdescribe youdetKrlbe youdescribe
describe try a mixture made from half halfa
a dram of sublimed sulphur three drops dropsof
of oil of eucalyptus and half an ounce ounceof ounceot ounceof
of ointment of oxide of zinc and rose rosewater IM IMwater rosewater
water Rub this into the skin once a aday adB aday
day dB and twice a week wash aSh with 1th green greensoap greensoap greensoap
soap tincture immediately renewing rene1 tp the theBrides thegreaae thegrease
grease greaaeB greaseBrides
Brides B des Parents Pay for Carriages CarriagesM
M H M MThe The brides father pays for forthe fortM forthe
the bridesmaids DrideM lds carriage oarria < < e the only Oftlyoar Oftlyoarrla oar oarriages oarrsges
riages rla e for which the bridegroom pays paysare pYJIue paysare
are his own that of his best man and andone andone andone
one for his h father tath r and mother should shouldhis Mouldhis shouldhis
his parents paren be bp present presentGift pleMntGift presentGift
Gift to Friend FriendA FriendA
A S SWhy Why not give Jlv your young friend frienda
a book or 0 a small piece of silver to towear 10wecu towear
wear on a chatelaine The only onl articles articlesnot artJcJenot articlesnot
not suitable for you 00 to present are
jewelry and wearing weerln apparelFor apparel apparelFor apparelFor
For Mildewed Linen LinenMrs Linenr5 LinenMrs
Mrs r5 J C D DFor For mildewed linen linenwet lIfteDwet linenwet
wet it with boiling water ter and rub lit litall 1han innall
all the cream of tartar it will take up
Then stretch the stained spot tightly tightlyStick tightlySUck tlghUTI
I Stick for Veil VeilA Ve l I IA
A new accessory acce ocy to the wardrobe is isthe 1sthe If Ifthe
the veil ell stick and like a great many manyother manyother n nother
other things after being once tried one onete oneis oneis
is never without it itThe ItThe itThe
The veil stick is a perfectly smooth smoothround smoothround smoothround
round stick s ck about an inch in diameter diameterAround dtmetecAround diameterAround
Around it to wound a thin layer of cot cotton eotton cotton ¬
ton filled with sachet powder and Ad the thewhole thewhole be bewhole
whole is covered with a piece of Dres Dresden Dredcu Dresden ¬
den ribbon ribbonRibbon ribbonRibbon ribbonRibbon
Ribbon the width the length of the thestick thestick thestick
stick te most satisfactory satisfactoryThe
The veil is carefully smoothed out outthen outthen outthen
then then rolled snugly around the stick stickand stJckand stickand
and laid away a in ones bureau bureauIt
It is a great deal deal better to roll a veil veilthan veilthan veilthan
than to fold it for or rolling the danger dangerof d ager agerot
of wrinkling Is done away with and andthe anclthe andthe
the veil is kept fresh fre h a a much longer longertime lon longertime er ertI
time timeTO tI timeTO e eTO
TO KEEP MOUTH CLOSED CLOSEDNo
No longer lon er need any woman spend spendsleepless spenf spenfsleeplON spendsleepless
sleepless nights wondering how she igoing 14 14going 1 1goln
going goln to avoid a double chin A clever cleverindividual cleverIndividual cleverIndividual
individual hag h s invented a device to be beworn beworn beworn
worn at night which not only keeps keepsthe k keepsthe ps psthe
the muscles about the chin inn and andclastic andelastic andelastic
elastic but prevents the unhealthful unhealthfulhabit unhealthfulhabit unhealthfulhabit
habit of sleeping with the mouth open
over the top of a boiling botl teakettle and andlet aMlet andlet
let the steam pour through for five min minutes minutes minutes ¬
utes rubbing In more cream of tartar tartarthree tartarthree tartarthree
three times Lastlr wet with lemon lemonjuke lemonjuice lemonjuice
juice and lay In the sunshine an day daywetting daywetti daywetting
wetting wetti hourly with lemon juice If Ifthere Uthere Itthere
there remain some trace of the stain stainsoak Mabsoak stabssoak
soak all night In kippered opper milk or in inbuttermilk Inbuttenn inbuttermilk
buttermilk k Next day wash in the theusual tbeUMlI theusual
usual way wayWashing wayWashing wayWashing
Washing a Boa BoaMyrtle BoaI BoaMyrtleYou
Myrtle MyrtleYou I rtJeYou You may wash the boa bo in ingasolene IIIhUOIene Isgasolene
gasolene by b sonata sousing it ep and down downuntil downtmtll downvatic
until the grime me settles He at the bottom bottomof H UoIK UoIKof
of the liquid liquidOr liquidOr liquidOr
Or you may dip it In coM starch veryslightly very veryslightly veryslightly
slightly blued aDd hang it to dry where wherethe wheretM wherethe
the air can got at it from all aides aidesL IIIdeaLea8 sidesLeave
L Leave > eavevjt thus for twentyfour hour hourThen houThen hoursThen
Then shake and brush gently tly to die dieted dislodge ¬
ted lodge ge the powder Curt itly by holding aoId la lathe Inthe lathe
the steam of a boiling bollia < < k kettle kett e then over overthe oerthe overthe
the redhot plate lat of a stove stoveDont atoYeDont storeDont
Dont try to dye d e it t at home unlessyet unless unlessyou ualeayou
you have some experience ex in that busi business bI bIJMM btstness ¬
ness You will ruin H HTo ItTo It ItTo
To Remove CaDdie Gre Grease GreueXTo GreaseMrs e eMrs
Mrs X XTo To take candle grease oat of ofwoolen ofwoolen ofwoolen
woolen goods lay la a piece IIee4 of heavy heavyFerns heaVYFerns heavyFerns
Ferns Should Have Rest RestTo RestTo RestTo
To Bring Best B st Results Resultstains
There is an Idea that once s lena at attIB8 attales
tales a large iare growth It should remain remaino rematafor
so o for the afloted life of tbs the fern f fly This Thisleads TtaI TtaItbe Thisleads
leads the owner to give the plant no norest DOrMt norest
rest sad consequently ueDtI7 it will degener degenerate de ener enerate ¬
ate for mere lack adt of strength o Ferns Fernsmust Femamnet Fernsmust
must have ve rest If you 7C have h ve summer summerferns summerterns summerferns
ferns they thO must rest m winter the re reverse reveIM reverse ¬
verse for winter plant
The ferns you IOU have kept growing an anwinter anotnter aUwinter
winter should be removed from the thecrocks thecrocks thecrocks
crocks and placed in a shady tlUd place inthe in inthe Inthe
the garden and D4 every frond cut to the theground thebro theground
ground bro The earth need not be rich richbut r1cbbUt richbut
but it must be cool and airy airyFerns airyFeme airyFerns
Ferns as a rule do not grow row rapidly rapidlybut rapidlybut rapidlybut
but when ben they do there te noneed to todiscourage todllM todisoouratfe
discourage dllM > ourqe the tb growth hut keep each eachfrond eachfrond eachfrond
frond protected protectedLate protectedLate protectedLate
Late in the fall repot them t in the therichest therkhe therichest
richest rkhe t of earth give tve them plenty of ofsunshine otsUI ofsunshine
sunshine sUI hlne water and plantfood and andduring andduring andduring
during the winter you ou will have ferns fernssuch fernssuch
such as you ou have always desired and andlikely andlikely andlikely
likely never nv r had
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4 pictured Medium high highbust highbust highbust
bust incurved waist longover long Tongover longover
over hips and abdomen abdomenMade abdomenMade s sMade
Made of durable coutil or orbatiste orbatiste I Ib
batiste b tis e7 tastefully trimmed trimmedTLree trimmedThree trimmedThree
Three pairs of hose supporters supportersSizes supportersSizes I i I j jSizes
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REDUSO Style 774 For tall talllarge If Iflarge
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similar to tooStyle 6tyle 770 Made ofsuperb of ofsuperb I Isuperb
superb DiamondCloth Diamond Cloth daintily dain daintily daintily ¬
tily trimmed Three pairs of hose supporters supportersSizes supportersSizes supportersSizes
Sizes 19 to 36 Price 500 500W 500W 500W
W B NUFORM are popular priced corsets modeled on onlines onlines onlines
lines of alluring grace Varied styles stylesevery every figure fitted fittedNUFORM fittedNUFORltl fittedNUFORM
NUFORM Style 478 As pictured For average figures figuresMedium fipresMedium figuresMedium
Medium bust incurved waist extra skirt length len Made Madeof Madof Madeof
of durable coutil and batiste lace trimmed Supporters Supportersattached Supportersattached Supportersattached
attached Sizes 18 to 30 Price P ce 100 100Many 100Vany 100Many
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Dressmaker Dr DressmakerGo kerGo Go over Of yowr yo r yoke k with withboracic withboraclc withboracic
boracic talcum or with a mixture of ofpowdered orpowdered ofpowdered
powdered starch and borax rubbing it itwell Itwell itwell
well into the lace with a tooth brush brushor Dru h hor
or nail brush Dru h When heR you have treated treatedthe trea treatedthe ed edthe
the right side thus th repeat the process processon ptOeeeem
on the wroncade wrong side Cover with powder pow powder powder ¬
der when you OU have done brushing it in inthrow intJtrow inthrow
throw a cloth over it to keep out the thedust th thduat theduet
dust and leave h for two days cia Then Thenuncover Then1IftCOVer Thenuncover
uncover the t e yoke Ok shake lay it on a aboard abonI aboard
board right side we down aDd cover with witha
a very damp cloth Press Pr with a hot hotiron hotIron hotIron
iron through the cloth clothP clothPli clothPolish
Pli Polish P lisk far Furniture FurnitureAnxious FumihtreAnxloTo FurnitureAnxiousTo
Anxious AnxloTo To remove a dull spot from fromyour fromyour fromyour
your table try this thf furniture furnt lre polish poitehMix p polishXix It h hXIx
XIx together two parts pe U of crude linseed linseedoil ltnae linseedoil d doU
oil and ad one of turpentine adding a ta taMespoonful tabIeIpoonhd tablespoonful
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with soft flannel rub In faithfully faithfullydust falthunytlarow faithfullythrow
throw a cloth over it 80 as 3 to exclude exducld1a8t excludedust
dust and Del three hours later ter polish poIi k with withclean withclean 1th 1thdeaa
clean chamois skin skinPuffs IIIdnI aideLPuffs
I LPuffs Puffs Back ac Aga Again AgainThe n I IThe
The little shirred puffs that tba t were so somuch 310mucb somuch
much used a few t seasons ago a are back backtin beckcain
asa cain tin and the fabric cover covered cords cordawhich
which Ich prevailed last year are again be t e ¬
ing In used 1 ed In n braid patterns Bands of
knife PMtlngof plaiting of the t gown wn fabric fa stitch ¬
ed at both sides are also seen n
For daytime daJti wear gowns IIS are uni unilon
versally rsally of norma waist line but for
the evenng v nng there Is s still ill a liking for a
lon lo long line between the bust and the feet
and the waists al8tll are consequently con conshort sequently often
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of decorated table china in our stockp stock stockRegardless stocki
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to choice ON ONE E DOLLAR DO LLAR Almost any chinaneed china chinaneed chinaneed
need for the city or country home can be besupplied besuppli besupplied
supplied suppli d from this collection collectionA
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a Values up to 5300 300 each eachMeat eachMeat achMeat
= Meat Dishes DishesValues fistesI
i a Values up to 450 each eachSalad
K i Salad Bowls BovlsValues BowJsValues BowlsValues
Values up u to 350 each eacfeChop ead eadChop eachChop
Chop Dishes DishesValues Disheseo
eo a Values up to 225 22 25 eachDialler each eachDinner eachDinner
Dinner Plates set of sixValues six sixValues sixValues
Values up to 350 dozen dozenPudding dozenPudding
Q Pudding Dishes DishesFireproof Fireproof in inside inside inside ¬
side dish and platesX platesXValues plates platesValues hates hatesa
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Wave a e of O Orientalism SweepsOver SweepsOver Sweeps SweepsOver
Over Seasons Dress Styles
HAT there is more then ever a aI atendency
THAT I tendency to Ueek seek la the native nativefashions Btfvefubloae nativefashions al
fashions of tho east inspiration inspirationfor Ja iasp pIrtioa pIrtioafor radon radonfor
for the smart wails of the West Westno Wetno Westno
no student of dress can fait to notice aotieat DOttceat
at the present time says a a writer in inthe Inthe dothe
the London MalLThe MalL MalLThe MallThe
The spring modes abound ia references referencessubtle reCeceRCessubtle referencessubtle
subtle or patent to the wave of Oriental OrioBtalism 0r1eataIJam Orientalinns
ism that is sweeping over dress ctr and andthat aadtltat andthat
that is asserted in Paris Par to have a sueceseful sue successful suecee ¬
cessful cee ful future before it itIntroduced 1tIntroduced itIntroduced
Introduced according to one author authority aatttorfty authority ¬
ity as a counterblast to the little girl girlfashions sidfultlons Eelfashions
fashions that certainly do not t suit suiteveryone suiteveryone t teveryone
everyone the Oriental ones will bo as aslittle aatittle aslittle
little adapted to the use of the defeo defeottne debatano debnlane
lane and will will therefore be U the meansin means meansIH mea meaIn
In air likelihood of apportioning to t each eachcoterie eaekcoterie sackcoterie
coterie the style that is most JIIO t suitable suitablefor Suitablefor ta tatal
for 1C 1CWe It ItWe 1tWe
We notice the influence of the Feet Bastin JiistIn FeetIn
in the tightened skirts that are now nowGO nowso
GO fashions skirts with the drap draperies draperies draperies ¬
eries caught cauJ t under restraining bands bandsand 1Iadaand beadsand
and sashes below the knees so that the thelanguorous the1fInguorous thelanguorous
languorous gait of the Oriental womanmust woman womanmust WGIIInmust
must be copied co in order that the wearermay wearer wearermay wearermay
may walk at all allSo allSO allSo
So slavishly sl v1 hI have some of the bolderand bolder bolderand boWernd
and nd more audacious couturiers adhered adheredto
to the effect of closely swathed rainiestthat rainiest raimencthat ralmeatthat
that they have copied the trousers of ofTurkish OfTurkish ofTurkish
Turkish ladies and and nd have made seinewonderful some somewonderful Omewonderful
wonderful robes dinterteur with divided dividedskirts dIYidedskirt dividedskirts
skirts So cunningly ea ly are the skirts cat catthat cutthat artthat
that the Turkish TuritI It pattern is disguised disguisedthough d disguisedthough d el elthough
though the effect eII remainsThe remainsThe remains
f fThe
The furore for all shades a of sold now nowapparent BOWapparent nowapparent
apparent is borrowed from the Orient Orientand 0I1eDtand Orientand
and has achieved a firm footing tootin < < already alreadyby
by havipg been made the chosen color colorfor colorfor colorfor
for some me of the superb dresses dre es seen atthe at atthe attho
the first court and made for the sec second seeend ¬
end Tones of gold upon a gold g W back backWomen backWomen
1
Women Will WearFeathers Wear WearFeathers W ar arF
Feathers F tfzers on Hats HatsEvery HatsEvery HatsEvery
Every smartly dressed dr llMd woman te go going geIng god ¬
ing to wear a feather in her cap capthtB capthis j jthis
this spring In honor OIIOr of Chanteder ChantederIt Chaat < ecJer ecJerIt
It seed not be a Chanteder featherhoweveranything feather teadterMwever j jhoweveraythtaf
howeveraythtaf Mwever th from fro a straight suatg t tto quill quillto quillto
to a whole bird birdEvery j
Every kind and ad sort of pluMage will willbe wmDe willbe
be worn including iacl that of the spar sparrow 1IpUrow sparrow ¬
row and IIcI the guinea hen Though a ashimmering ashtmIDedDg ashimmering
shimmering blue green is 1 the color eotorusually coI coIU8V1ly colorusually < <
usually associated a odated with the cock he heappears heappe heappears
appe appears rs in whtte and gray feathers tt en enwell M aswell Mwell
well but his iII comb te 1 always of the thenew t thenew e eDeW
new bright pink color that is tfIfor namedfor named namedfor
for him and a4 NT per perhaps his crowning crowningStory crOWDbllgtocy crowningglory
Story StoryAmong gtocyA gloryAmong
Among A the latest test importations thathave that thathave thath
have h ve been received at one of the promlneat proml prominent promlJMDt ¬
neat Fifth avenue millinery shops abopBa te tea Isa
a bonnet carre carnea a sort I rt of foursided foursidedtowernke four fouraidedtoweriike dcled dcledtowerlike
towernke turban with an D aigrette at ette stuck stuckup Ruckup stuckup
up in the turret at each comer Next Nextto Nextto Nextto
to It te 1 a 8 large feghotu k OII u mushroom musbr OlR batcovered hat hatcovered t tCOYered
covered COYered with black net that looks for forall forall forall
all the world like a lamp shade A bitof bit bitof bitof
of blue satin till ribbon in a bow at one oneside ODeside oneside
side constitutes ail the theTJteIte trimming trimmingThese trimmingThese
These two moods Ja deIB are not what onemight one onelight onem
light m sht call artistic or beautiful b but i as asthey asthey asthey
they represent the t e newest JIe phases of ofhat oCI ofhat
hat fashionsthat fashions that te t the t e turban all allupturned allupturDell allupturned
I upturned and the Ms hat all down downcast downcutthey dowauathoy ¬
cutthey cast the are interesting interestingThe blter blterThe
The Louts XVI hat however ho r which whichIs
is Just as new te much more pleas pleasing pleagIDJ piees pieesinc ¬
inc IDJ with its upturned back and andtrimming its itstrimming tt5of
trimming of feathers t tbenl and ribbon rt piled piledon piledon
on the crown behind Under raderthe The brim brimte brimIii brimIs
te a chou of taffeta ribbon with a aplcot apicot apicot
picot edge ThIs ribbon te the latest latestthing late latetbJD latestthing < <
thing tbJD in Paris millinery m lbter1 out lIt here in inrelics IneW inNew
New eW York It I is still burled among therelics the thereUes
relics of another day cIa7NeW JCew York T Trtb TrtbSTONE TrthSTONE Tribune
une
STONE IN COFFEEKeep COFFEE COFFEEKep COFFEEK
Keep K a clean c1 n white stone one a as lars a aa u ua asa
a a walnut in a convenient ronvenl nt place in your yourkitchtn you youldtchn yourkitchen
kitchen an and < when hen you are ready to topour topour topour
pour your coffee off ot drop it into the potand pot potand pntand
and It will carrr th the > grounds to thebottom the thebottom thebottom
bottom leaving the coffee cotr clear
Cake Plates PlatesValues PlatesValues PlatesValues
Values up to 3300 300 each eachSoup eachSoup eachSoup
Soup PlatesValues Plates PlatesValues Pat PatValues
Values up to 5350 350 dozenChocolate dozen doienChocolate dolenChocolate
Chocolate Cups and Saucers SaucersValues SaucersValues SaucersValues
Values up to S35O 350 dozen dozenA
A D Cups and Saucers SaucersValues SaucersValues SaucersValues
Values up to 300 doien doienHot doienHot dozenHot
Hot Muffin Mu Jin Dishes DishesValues DishesV DishesValues
Values V lues up to 350 each eachFancy eachFancy eachFancy
Fancy Plates PlatesValues PlatesValues PlatesValues ¬
Values up to to5oo 500 each
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ground are introduced by means 1WI DS et em embroideries embroId embroiderlea ¬
broideries broId < < ies Long Longuwl and handsome M fringes fringesare
are added a ed to the model and give hre a atoilette atoUette atoiletie
toilette in which the figure Is swathed swathedas
as in a sheet a truly Eastern aspect aspectWith asp set setWith ct ctWith
With such ueh dresses d are won round roundthe JOUndthe roundthe
the neck and on the corsage m in the theears tbeerS theears
ears and threaded through the coif coiffure coiffure coiffare ¬
fure magnincent Enstera P jewels jeweIthat Those Thosethat Thosethat
that are made mad entirety of gold g kl arebeing are arebeing areYtebIg
being liked now boeauso they an s more morecharacteristic JaQreaatl moresheracteristic
characteristic and uncommon 1I1 Cun than the themeats theeRI8IIIeI1IIItM thegemencrusted
eRI8IIIeI1IIItM pi plaques aM ether urns eraameM urnsmeats
meats that have been want far r some sometime somehost ometiMe
time timeCurious tiMeCurious hostCurious
Curious combs fot ot the hair with withChinese withChinese WithChtaeee
Chinese ivory JYOIy and gold pendants coronets cor coronate eor0DI ¬
onate covered with filigree 1IUcr said W andlooped and andlooped andlooped
looped with ehatoe to match and won wonderful wondertul wonderlnl ¬
derful pins from the East are Jewelsas Jewels ls
as 8 indicative e of the Oriental nlament as aste asidR asIs
te golden idR brown brownAnother brownDOther brownAnother
Another Eastern touch that te beta betamade betnK betnKmade betnxmade
made apparent by the dressmakers and andmilliners andm andmllinery
milliners m 1tDers te I that of Persian trimming trimmingadapted trtDamlna trimmingadapted
adapted a aptefl to various u uses es Seen aDd ad admired adDIIred admired ¬
mired the other day y at a show of lash fashionable tahIoaabIe lashlosable ¬
losable millinery was a picturesque pIe hat hatcovered hateoed hatcovered
covered with Persian P silk tIk fa a shade cf cfgrar cfaT c f fgray
gray aT and green ec upon a da mkkWH dak k Mae background back background beokouDCl ¬
ground ouDCl It was aotieeatle e that t at upon uponthis apontb uponthis
this tb hat and others of the th MMe eeese caliber caliberno
no gold and silver laee Jae figured e4 but butonly butOftly batonly
only an Jt iaeign insignificant Meant twist of setfeetored setfeetoredribbon selfcoloredribbon tteeJoroedrtW
ribbon rtW oa encircling the crown with a abunch abuDeh abunch
bunch of O feathers feathersPersian feathenPendan feathersPersian
Persian silk hat trimmings trllaml p and far facings tactnp fartags ¬
tags of the material have we usurped the theplace th thplaee theplace
place of the gold Id and sjiver s ver tissueadornments tissue tlauea tissueadornments
adornments a ontmeDta once a noticeable item ofmillinery of ofmillinery ormllUIMIT
millinery Persian Per taD shoulder euIder scarfs wllabeaad willabound will willabound
abound aDd there are already to beseen be beseen
seen the damtest of sMppera cowered coweredwith ceeredwith coveredwith
with Persian silk silkShad silkShad me meSfzacf
Shad Roe Should B BCooked Be BeCooked BeCooked
Cooked Ten Minutes MinutesCook
Cook the JOe in salted boiling water waterfof waterfor
for about out tea minutes to which has hasbeen hUbeen hasbeen
been added one tablespoonful of e vine vinegar viner vinegar ¬
gar r dram roll It in beaten r e egg jg and andthen andtlMn andthen
then in crumbs season with salt ani anipepper an1fPpM anipepper
pepper fPpM and Ad fry untfi nicely browned brownedTh browaedTIlt brownedThis
This Th sauce te Just Ju < < the thing thia for shad shadCream JIhadCreaa shadCrean
Cream together to etIMr a spoonful each of butter but hutthe butter
ter and bur and adr tr It into a capful capfulof cu tul tulOC
OC thicken stock or hot water hen TeAthe hentile
the sauce boils add the yolks of twaeggs twq twqeggs tWQIIcl
eggs and IIcl a quarter of a cupful of cream creamseason Creamwhich creantwhich
which have ve beeR beaten tosetber toce Mr and andmason nq nqMUOft
season with salt and lid pepper The tatter lat latter latte ¬
ter te > r part of the process should I be 1 e doneover done doneiover doneoer
over hot water waterIf waterf waterIf
If f there t ece te danger of lumps strata the thesauce theuce thesauce
sauce uce and reheat it before befo usmg Care Caremust Careau Caremust
must au t be taken or it will curdle CtI I6 The Thesauce Theuee Thesauce
sauce uee may 7 be seasoned with minced mincedparsley mincedparsley meed meedpar
parsley par ley and chopped mushrooms muahroemeMADE mu mushroomsMADE hroo hrooMADE
MADE PRETTY BY WATER WATEROne
One woman whose wDo e skin Is the admira admiration a4arratIoB adniiratba ¬
tion of all washes wash her face with luke lukewarm lukewarm lukewarm ¬
warm water the best toilet soap and andpiece ad a apIeee apiece
piece of soft unmet each eae night upon rthin ro rothing r rttrt ¬
thin ttrt thing and rubs rut it very gently JItIy upwardh upward upwardwith ward wardYitb
with h an old linen towelThen towel towelIn to toTbfta
Then she 81 sips a capful of 0 hot water watfrIn waterIn
In the morning she dashes d bes coldwater coldwaterover cold water watpOYer waterover
over her face and Dd seek and Dd pats it drr drrwith d dTtth drrwith
with a Turkish Turl 8h towel and ad sips sIp a cupfuof cuPfu cupfulof cuPfuof
of hot water againShe again againvShe
She has never used u ed a cosmetic arid aridattributes andattribUtes atdattributes
I attributes the beauty of her skin to the thegenerous tr trIeneroua tregenerous
generous use of water both internal hiternalvand tnternalYand internalland
land and externally externallyIron externallyI
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