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10 THE WASHINGTON TDiES TI TUESDAY EfiD F APRIL 4 PRIL 19 1910
LITERARY COURTSHIP COURTSHIPIS
IS A ACLEVERPUZZLE ACLEVERPUZZLEIts CLEVfR PUZZlE PUZZlEfIts
fIts Solution Makes a Most MostInteresting IvlostInteresting MostInteresting
Interesting Little Story Storyof Storyof
of Life LifeHARD LifeHARD LifeHARD
HARD TO SUBSTITUTE SUBSTITUTEANY SUBSTITUTEANY i
ANY OTHER BOOK BOOKIVbur BOOKYour BOOKYour
Your Preference as to the Form Formof Formof I IGf
of Puzzle Most Desired Is IsRequested IsRequested I IRequested
Requested RequestedMfcs
Mss McE 3oBnery ery the anther of this thisPeeks tadsRveeets I Ie
Peeks e pezste pB2 Ie efcaucteg to be in the city ettywrkes citywrites j jWrites
Writes me to left me that through t a aitypograpftical atypegrapJric81 atypegrapiticea
itypograpftical error the bridesmaids bridesmaidsjgowns rkk bridesmaidsgown laWsgOWBS
jgowns gown in the literary courtship puz puzjtie pYze puzwIe
jtie e printed ta Sunday evenings eyel edition editionof oR oRt
of t the tlteTiaes Times were curtailed by byThat byTIlat byThat
That Is te say till seateace s ce should akouldrend shouldread
read as foitowe foitoweHer fOIJewHer foilewsHer I
Her maids kif were who wore woregowne worejO1JNJ woregowns
gowns of ofThe ofThe
The corrections Corr ectiens were n swede > nde ht Mon Mondays JlteRdays to todays ¬
days edition of The Th Times es and as It Itstands ItDeW itstands I
stands now the puzzle p zzle iree reads as the
iauthor intended it should shouldProblem shouldPrebiem
Problem Pre em Is Clever CleverWith Cleverw Cl ver verwith I
With w the solution before Del e me e I am antnroch ammuck amsuch
muck such impressed pr with the t e cleverness of ofSthe ofxhe
the problem Property solved the thecourtship theO theeourtslfip I
O eourtslfip courtship makes a delightful little mtleEtory littleIEtoT littlestory
story logical J icI in its treatment t and SGm suuf1ciently i icleotJy
xdently interesting in S to be read on its itsown itsPWn itsown
PWn own account accountHazarding I IHaaldlDg
Hazarding an opinion at this early earlyStage earlYIE earlyttage
Stage IE of t the contest COft I should say too toothat tootat
that the puzzlers have ha ve been pretty well wellput wellput wellsut
put sut to their wits to work the problem problemlout IemOUt problemout
OUt loutJence At aDy rate t is a strange s silence si silence
Jence and a scarcity lty of aohttioRe so far far3iaybe farMaybe farMaybe
Maybe a little later when everybody everybodyhas everybodyhas
has had 4 time te balance his wits kg and andtake andtake andtake
take a good long look at the literary literarycourtship literarycourtsb6p llterarycourtship
courtship things will come along with withthe withthe I
the usual smoothness and celerity C y I Ifeel Ir Iigel
feel r sure you will all 11 find great e pleasure pleasureandprofit pleasureaBd pleasureandd
aBd andprofit profit In following out this story storyhave i ior iof
or true Jove and I rath rather think you will willhae 1 i
have difficulty in substituting JlUb any book bookother bookother bookother
other than that chosen by Miss iss Me McEnery MeEnery f fEnery
Enery as the most loglcar r selection selectionlo i
lo 0 be used in expressing expre eing her thought thoughtWrite thoughtWrite
Write Year Preference PrefereaceAlong PrefereBCeLet I I
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Let me hear from you each as s you go goalong goi goalong
Along and tell me what you think of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this new form of puzzle Also If you youhave youhave youbave
have a preference for pussies of an another aaother another ¬
other sort Ht let n me e hear h ar about H It that thatJ thatmay thatI
J may count noses and put before you youthe youthe youthe
the special sort of problem likely J y to toplease topleue toplease
please the greatest number of conies contestants ceRtesunts coniesteats ¬
teats tantsMOTH
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ao tieLJL tieLJLMOTH u uJlOTH I
MOTH PREVENTIVE PREVENTIVEIN
IN SACHET SACHETPOVDER SACHETPOVDERWbat POWDER POWDERWhat
What omar does not like the delicate delicateJrsraace delicatee delicatefragrance
fragrance e that a sachet hung hu in thecieset the thecloset thecl
closet cl et Imparts to clothes > When the theKacbet theet themet
met et has the added virtue of o keeping keepingaway keepinGaway keepingaway
away maths there is added reason for forits forits i iits
its presence Jre5ellCeOne presenceOne j jOne
One housewife takes three ounces 011 of oforris oforrls oforris
orris root and mixes It well with half haltan halfan Hl Hlan
an ounce of each k of cloves caraway carawayee carawayseeds
ee E seeds de tk and chtnamott clMI lIIOIL This mixture she sheput sfteut sheput
put ut in small bags to be placed among amongher amoftSher amongher
her clothes in closets or r ta her pack packing packIng packing ¬
ing trunks It te a good moth preven preventive Keveatle preventive ¬
tive
HOW TO BRING TOGETHER TOGETHERLONELY TOGETIIERLONEL TOGETHERLONELY
LONELY Y MEN AND WOMEN WOMENYoung
Young Bachelor a Stranger In Washington Suggests SuggestsThat SuggestsThat SuggestsThat
That All Meetings Need Not Be Wholly Conven Conventional ConventionalVoman ConventionalWoman ¬
tional tionalVoman Woman Proposes Welfare Work
I AtThe The Ticklemottse Ticklemottseand
i and his SIeep7land Adventures AdventuresByrRoy
Byxopxutcrtorasatey ByrRoy Rutherford Bailey With Davy and andLarfy Dorfy DorfyCopyright f t tCoGB
Copyright CoGB ght i UWt 1B br Roy Ratfeerfard RUheTf Bailey BaIlSFIn BaileyIn BaU F FIn >
In Honor of April First
Ebl BSTZY the twins ns watched watchedthe aa3chedthe
YSSTERDSCS Y the sky aS day long wondering wonderingIf edi
If March would really go out outllfca outlike outlike
like a lion When midnight midnightcamo mi4nlghtcame midnightcame
came and the Moose tickled themawake them themawake I
awake they saw > he wore his onepiece onepiecebearskin onepiecebearskin I Ik1n
bearskin k1n polar suit 8Ult and the were very veryhPPr veryhappy i ihsJW
happy far er ever since e their edreatare d tnre on onGomdrop onGmndrop onGnmdrap
Gomdrop mountain they had wanted to toT1Sit tovlsdt
Tisit the North Pole again les againes
Tea = es es there were the other two anita anitaos suitson suitecII
os the rug bcTora the dying grate fire fireHurrallr tireTurra
EurrabT Turra zr cried Davy D aril Dory and andbegan andbegan
began to climb Into the tar clothes The TheTlckleraoaae TheT1ckIemouae TheTirletaoase
Tlckleraoaae watched them with misclslef mis mischief m1ab1et ¬
chief < in his eyes but he Just poked up upthefire upthe upthefire
thefire the ftre and said nothing nothingIbe nothingThe
The twins peeped through the window windowforthealrsbip windowtarthealrship windowfor
forthealrsbip for the airsbip that had carried them to tothje totheopole toamipole
thje theopole poJe before bet bt t it was nowhere nowb e to tobe tobe tobe
be sees Theytried They trtol to be patient till tfllthe tnIthe tillthebfouse
the thebfouse Mouse was ready but he gave no nofgn no8fgn nostsncf
8fgn stsncf fgn of starting S He stood looking tip tipcta upttapkitura opatapictuze
ttapkitura cta pieture of ofin a German castle p sin sinInrrW bind bindingto
InrrW in to himself himselfTin b1tmelf4rmz himselff
4rmz Tin f I thtokof thlnk the Bishop of BIngen Bingenis
In his is Monaetower on the Rhine RhineHe Rblnen RblnenHe RhineHe
He threw back his fur hood Did I Iever Iever Iever
ever tell you chilluns about my great greateraadfather greatan4tatber greatgrandfather
grandfather who lived across at Toss the ocean oceanin ocean1n ovensin
in Saznelin Towenr TowenrO
0 no sir The twins sighed and nndthrew andtnresck i
threw tnresck Ih jadc ck thdrfur thelr Iur hoods tooThe too tooTbe tooThe
The Moose gazed Into the fire He Hetoo He Hewas Hewsstou
wsstou was > too food of music my greatgrand greatgrandfaiherwaa greatgnmdtath greatgratsdiatht
faiherwaa tath waaandit andit 1t cos cost him bIB libertyEe liberty libertyEe 1tbertJHe
Ee > was laying In his fall supply of ofchees orcl1 ofcheestoNone
cheestoNone cl1 chees cne e day when he heard h ard the sound eorradof I01mdor soundof
of UKisJo nas1GB masioaweird a weird rippling catchy little littletrine UtUettm littletime
trine be had never beard hea before The TbeEonnd The0011D4 ThesoundL
Eonnd came nearer and ie saw his hisneighbors hisD hisneighbors
neighbors D rats and mice both run out outof outof outof
of their doorways into the street and andin aIdIn andin
in piteof himself be ran along too tooHe tooHe tooHe
He saw 19Wwht what do you think my mydears mydears7a mydearsa
dears dears7a a wandering minstrel prancing prancingalong nLndngaJoog prandagalonga
along playing as be went aDd behind bebJDdbbn behindt behindhim
t him loiunsli sH tie tlckJeraice and Ucklerats in inoldfHaineMnxTown inoJdtB inoldamelineTown
oldfHaineMnxTown oJdtB aCerrlly 3e erlIy rMy they trooped troopedthroagh troopedi troopedthrough
i through thro the town towa over the bias and far faraway farADd faraway
away And my dear greatgraadfatber greatgraadfatberwas graadtther graadttherwas
was never De s seeK ea agate agateDid gIuDid ngaluDid
Did Did all his family go with aba himaekd abaThey T Ta
a DerAT 88 bne sadlyThey
They ne would have answered < the theTlckfezaeuse UteTcki therlckjemane
Tcki Tlckfezaeuse e for there t Se was w setsetbteg setsetbtegabaet semedalRga sesnedsbigafoot
afoot a the pipers JItIme tune ao n ewe could oouIdbut oouibit couldtesSsts
> tesSsts but raygreatcj 7g gnat oatg idincther had hadI
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j 1 HE H strightforward se 5eaWefrankJetterfrOmtheyoungglrIWhosent 5eaWefrankJetterfrOmtheyoungglrIWhosentJJI setibiey We frank letter from the young girl who sent sentma sentis
T JJI ma a protest agaiast ag1 BSt coB c0B4tt condiUtnrs ittoas which k kept t bar 6r from enjoying every everywomans eeoWODI8RS everywomans
womans right to to1llt meet eet ceapaaionaWe a aH d rftgiWe men has aroused arouseddisc arouseddiscltSsioIl arouseddiscnilsioa
discltSsioIl disc ssio along aI B many lies liaesAs 1i liesAs es esAs
As a matter of fact tile question fl11 is vital alike to iaea s Me ea and woman nor norIs norIs noris
Is the t e interest entirely coBaed topersons ofwhat of wbat te generally g neral1y known as asiarriagaable asm asmarriageable
m rriag marriageable ble age ageFrom ageFrom U
From Fro the letters at my hand < I take at random ranoontt1o two which go to show showthe showthe
the diSereat diff great viewpoints vi from which w k the matter HlY ay bs besurtey besurteyinstance surveyed ed For Forinstance Forinstance
instance take this manly n a Iy statement from a newcoasr neWCOMer i ill tile alt citjfA altA cityA
A FRANK STATEMENT STATEMENTWashington STATEMENTVashlngtoR STATEMENTWashington
Washington D C c April 15 1910 1910Miss 1910hiss
Miss Frances Carroll Washington ras iBgton Times Wasbia Washington toa D C CThe c cTIle CThe
The open letter regarding a girls quandry as to finding agreeable agr eable and andworthy andwort andworthy
worthy wort y associates in the opposite opposltesex sex has awakened a kindred and res reslfon reslfonsive bn bnslve n nshe
she sentiment within myself It is the opinion of most people that the stan standards standards standards ¬
dards of conventionality erect barriers for only the gentler sex I believe believethere beHevet believethere
there t l are ar hundreds of young roea in Washington WUh D that know this to be an anerroneous anerroneous
erroneous > idea ideaThe i4ieaThe IdeaThe
The young o lag woman states in her er letter that t Tew Ie few modern industrial con conditions conitiotts condidots ¬
ditions ia I Washington Wuhi n tend to develop any social life from ones business businesslife bu businesslife ln s
life This statement is as applicable appl to the position of the young man as aste asto astoo
te that of the young woman I am twentyseven years of age a e presentable presentableand
and I hope of good character I came to Washington last fall and I am amknown amkBown amknown
known to no unmarried unmarri woman near my own age that I would be willing willingto
to introduce to my sister sltt r or mother if either were in this city The young youngwoman youngwonsaa
woman states that when w ea she S e is greeted byaman by bya a man unknown to her that she sheis sheis
is afraid to reciprocate even though t she admires his obvious gentility gentilityAnd gentilityAnd
And so it is with ith the lone young man Though he e may approach the lone loneyoung loneyoung
young woman prompted only by tbe most chivalrous and honorable im impulses fmpulses impulses ¬
pulses his nature actually starving for the companionship of virtuous Y virtuouswomanhood rtuou6 rtuou6womanhood
womanhood yet ishe repulsed all OH account of the narrowminded inded cus customs cuetoms
toms of convention cOBventionThe conventionThe
The girl is not to blame the man is not to blame Yet it seems to m mif me meif meif
if I were the lone young woman and the t e right man approached me in a ageatleeanly ageotlemanly agentlemanly
gentlemanly way I would take a chance would let aim know kno at the outset outsetjtwt outsetjut outsetjust
jut how I felt and at the first attempt he made Jo take advantage of my mygoodfellowship mygoodfellowship mygoodfellowship
goodfellowship I would quit him cold No material harm could come comeof cQmeof comeof
of this course of procedure for it would take more than the slight rosin insinuatioa ins rosinnation In InuatioR =
nation on his part if Insinuation he made to stain the character c of the lone loneyoung loneyotlng loneyoung
young woman womanAnd womanAnd womanAnd
And so o I say sa respond to the smile of the t t e lODe young man if he appeals appealsto
to you trust your womans intuition in picking the t e man take a firm stand standwith standwIth standwith
with your position clearly defined and I assure you CMI if his 1 intentions are areNOT areNOT areNOT
NOT honorable he will drop you youqtlick quick OB the other ot er band if his intentions intentionsARE int9RtloDsARE intentionsARE
ARE honorable your course of action a will not deteriorate from your YOtirwomaD yourwonaakood
womaahood oOd ia his eyes I am THE THELONE ALONE YOUNG MAN MANSUGGESTS MASUGGESTS MANSUGGESTS
SUGGESTS WELFARE WORKHere WORK WORKHere WORKHere
Here is Ute secoad letter
April li 1910 1910To 1910To
To the Editor of Womans Page P se Washington Was Times TimesBear Tisr
Bear r Madam M m Ive just read witk interest in The Times of April li a aletter aJetter aletter
letter under the heading How to Meet Mea is a Girls Problem I should shouldlike sBouldlike shouldlike
like to suggest an idea ide Ive thought of before namely that t at managers of oflarge otlarge oflarge
large department stores might find it mutually beneficial to maintain maintainapartment maintainapartment maintainapartment
apartment houses where their young women employes might have simple simplebut simplebut simplebitt
but comfortable cOlBforUl le board and accommodations at a moderate rate expense expenseThe expenseThe expenseThe
The apartments could afford small but well lighted U ted and ventilated ventilatedrooms ventilatedrooms ventilatedrooms
rooms with bath b 1 and toilet toIettcllitle6 facilities to each one > two four or six rooms ac according according according ¬
cording to the price of the rooms The rooms could be simply furnished furnishedwith furnishedwith furnishedwith
with bed bureau a couple of chairs and a washstand This fast probably probablyI
is not necessary where sufficient toilet facilities were otherwise provided providedI providedcafe
A cafe in the building could provide pro simple but wholesome food at a minimum min nainimum minImum
imum price A laundry room where the girls might mig t save on their laundry laundrybiUs laundrybills
bills by doing some of it themselves might mi bt be maintained without loss to toproprietors toproprietors
proprietors Also recreation rooms where the young women could receive receivetheir receivetheir
their friends of both sexes meet one anothers friends and hold various variousWads variouskiDds variouskinds
Wads of small social affairs such as musicales concerts small dances dancesetc daRcesetc dancesetc
etc at reasonable hours under the wild chaperonage c aper e of the matrons of the theestablishment tlteestablishment theestablishment
establishment establishmentAs
As these apartments could be furnished from the companys own ownstores ownstoles ownstores
stores it seems reasonable to suppose that suck apartments p could be main maintained majRtalnecl maintained ¬
tained at a profit to the company at the same time providing mucfemore mucfemoresatisfactory m muchinoresatisfactory c oiJROIe oiJROIesatH
satisfactory satH f ctory living conditions for their young women employes at no nogreater DOgreeter nogreater
greater than their present expenditure Respectfully RespectfullyMRS
MRS C C B BREWER Hyattsville Hya iUe Md MdMrs MdMrs MdMrs
Mrs Brewers idea is a See ORe and I Imagine it might readily re be beworked beWorked beworked
worked out with profit to the firms catering upon an undertaking which whichin
in its altruistic phase might readily rM Uy bring satisfaction sa to the hearts of itspromoters its itspromoters
promoters FRANCES FRo1 CES CARROLL
her foot caught fast ta t in the pantry door doorI doorjust
I Just then and her babies were too little littlej littleto littleto
j to walk yet BO they the escaped They werethe were werethe werethe I
the only tlcklemlce t kJemlce left in Hamelin HamelinTownall j jTown
Town T Townall an n the rest are wandering wande ing = over I
k
the wide e world limping along after the thePied thePied
Pied Piper PiperBe PS1 PiperHe er
He sighed again and slipped out of ofhte ofbls ofbin
bin hot far salt Davy and Deny were wereglad wereglad wereglad I
glad to do likewise Hk e for the s eceat eat was wasstanding wasstDding wasstanding
standing out on their HttTe foreheads foreheadsDo j jDo IDo
Do you mean to say asked Davy in j ja ia
a low voice that theyre wandering wanderingyetr waOOerlD waOOerlDyetT wanderingyetr
yetr i iWhy
yetTWbY
Why they ia must st st be said O Ute Tickle Ticklenwuee Ticklemouse Ticklemouse
mouse with a return or f his old twinkle twinklefor twinklefor twinklefor
for every now and then I can bear bearfaint hearfaint ear earfaJDt
faint strains of the Pied Pipers music musicall musicaU musicall
all OUr folks can canHe canHe canHe
He seemed to have ha forgotten all about abouttbe euttlte aboutthe
the polar trip he hetaJked talked on and oa OR tell teMi telllog tellJag
i log g them one interesting story after a aother aR aRot another
other till the dawn began to paint the tbeeast theeut theeast
east with pink Then all of a sodden suddenbe soddenb
b 1 Japed wp Well ctaflhras I most mostbeoCl moatDe mustIi
beoCl De of Ii See you again tomorrow t to orrbw II rr Btgf BtgfTeiaerrow might mightTomorrow
sAaII IT ITr
Tomorrow r rr alghtr night zsaoud Dodd
4 Woe areas we e goThg thenT
thenTf f J
Going ay dear Going where r
To Io Totoshy towby to the North orth Pole said
the little girL Else what are the polar
suits for forTbe forThe i iThe
The Mouse pretended ed t to be puzzled i
but his eyes twinkled 1 1Polar Polar suits
What polar suits The wins pointed polnt d
to the fur clothes on the rug The
Ticklenaonse laughed softly softl softlWhy
hT Tbose OEFe Why those ose arent peter
suits Those are e justApril just April Fool Salts Setter r
He snatched them up and started for fD
the window windowDavy windoDvy windowDavy
Davy and Dorfy winked hard but
tried their best to smile HBII The kInd
hearted Tteklenxrese I
came back and put
his arms around them Tomorrow
this morning I mean meanIs Is April i i iour
did start out with the idea or taki taking
our polar trip b but t my motor wasnt wasntJust
working right aDd I tho thoght ght It safer
Just to have a frolic with yon here at I
home for once But I brought you
something to celebrate with withHe winsHe i
He handed b each twin a box of candy I
Promise Prom e not to open them till after
breakfast bre breakfastDavy kfSt r rDavy r rDaVYDd II
Davy DaVYDd and Dorfy promised pro mlted and went
to sleep with the I
candy under their pil ¬
lows lo PIII
text morning after breakfast brekf
when they crept up to the nursery and I I Iop
opened op ned the boxer box they r Lqnd nnd a cunning
little chocolate
Tteklemousw on top of i
the chocolates in It each one
And the candy underneath the choco ¬
late mice was NOT April Fool candyI I
candy candyPROVIDES candyPROVIDES candyPROVIDES
PROVIDES PENSIONS PENSIONSFOR S
FOR SINGLE WOMEN WOMENNo
No penniless pennlleoId old maids will be b found
in Copenhagen hereafter if the girls
take advantage of the company c mpany organ ¬
ized I there by Frau TVIehe Bereny Frau
Bereny filled with a laudable desire
to reass reassure re women who are worrying worryingroaeiMe
about n not t getttn getting husbands has made it
roaeiMe for any girl to take takeout out a policy
which If at forty sha sh remains un
wanted will insure her
an annual
pen pension pension ¬
sion from that age a e until she dies Of
course e her potter costs her an annual
assessment aseessment from the time she sb takes it itout itout
out jmtfl it lajiees or is paid off if she
marries before forty
the pension ceases <
Fran F Bereny fa is enthusiastic etlt usta ic about her
l 3 and J there is s16 S4 scare me wondering
about Do the to e pottcyhotdars who marry bust hus
bands ds that dent after at aH an support thenil them
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iKAHiES 1 KA L1 ES CARROLL I
THE HE wonan wo an who hap = a fancy for forproviding torproviding forproviding
providing herself h lr with something somethingdifferent Nmethfngdltt somethingdlfferent
different dltt rnt In the line of dress acces accesj ac es eslrie
j 5 Fortes Aiee will be interested in tb the faddy faddylittle faddyIttt faddylittle
little Ittt monchoir bag presented today todayA todayA
A distinct dl8tt t novelty th t the bag is one ofthe of ofthe oftbt
the conceits ctt the > summer girl JI may addto add addte addto
to hr h r wardrobe rdro for wear with HRgerte HRgertefrecks Hngariks Hngerefrocks
frocks ks or the modish m dl b lare 1 gowns which
BUNGALOWS OFFSET OFFSETSK1SCRAPER OFFSETSKISCRAPER
SK1SCRAPER CRAZE CRAZELowly CRAZELowly
Lowly Type of Dwelling DwellingMakes DwellingMakes DwellingMakes
Makes Surprising Gain Gainin
in Popular Favor FavorThere FavorThere FavorThere
There baa ha ben nothing i score re re remarkabta remarkaWoe remarkablo
markabta in th the history hlto of o house con construction censtrvetlon constructien ¬
struction during tn UM pa past ten or Mteen fif fifteen AttM1t ¬
teen years yea than the rapid development developmentof
of a popular r 1r taste for th the bungalowThe bungalow bungalowTb ngahn ngahnTW
TW Tb ln IrtltTt inevitable rf M teadeD tendency to th the skyscrapr skyj skyjacrmp sky j
acrmp scrapr tr ta our crowded cities has beenmore been beenr beenmore
more r than matched by the uprising of ofand oftbe ofthe
the lowly educe IAce all along our 8bor shores shoresand 8 I Iand
and in almost every picturesque f for forcot or ore r reet
cot stretch A man work orD to exist inthe in InUte i ithe
the tall Wtldi biidtagand gaMd aa he 4 dMeiAIi e ad from tromIt j jit
it to enjoy life with his family or orfrftewte orfde orfriends
friends fde te th the hom homelike like cabin stoueCure strae straeture strueI
Cure CureHe strueII I
H He finds compensatory economy inthis In tothis Inthis
this also and health In th Ue outer air airThe airThe j jThe
The rocky woods of Xew England Englandthe Englandthe
the waste places along the upper upper upperHudson j jHudson i iHudEeD
Hudson hi the Catskills the Adiroa ilacks i idacka idaek
lacks or among the pines of New New1er New1er5ey Jer Icrsoy j jsey
soy have been adorned with comfort oonnfortable i iable I Iable
able and 8 d inexpensive bungalows or orcabins
cabins wherein th the professional man t j jthe I rthe
the weary school te t88CbM cher the author authorartist authorartist uUlorartist
artist or Invalid are finding annual annualrest annualIf5t annualIrest
Irest rest and renewed vitality vitalityOf
Of course the tb millionaire can eaR spend spendmany I rmany Imany
many thousands of dollars in thebuilding the i ibuilding iuUdinl
building of an elaborate and ornate ornateonestory j jonestory ione5tory
onestory dwelling But he is not j i ithe jthe
the true bungalow dweller he does doesnot dOeBHot doesmot
not seek seclusion for any a period of oftime ortime I Itime
time He sees 8 his pretentious build buildlog buildIng i ilug
log not as a home but as a social socialBtopfap socialfltDPai socialstripsap >
Btopfap > for a weekend or perhaps perhapsnot I Inut
not at at all in the course cor of a season seasoni seasoniThe i iThe iTbe
The real service of the bungalow I
i is isfor to for tired men and women of moder moderate moderate moherate
ate means who need recreation and andloire andlove i ilove
love to live in the open openBLACK openBLACK i iBLACK
I
BLACK HATS POPULAR POPULARAH
I Itbis
AH black hats will be worn much muchthis muchthis
this spring Whether they y are re of strawof straw strawof str strof
of lace or of mallne makes little dif difference difference difference ¬
ference seemingly Feathers and maline tnaiineare malineare malineare
are equally popular for trimmingIor trimming trimmingWEDDING
7
WEDDING GIFTS GIFTSFor I Ifor
For the t he April Bride BridePurchased BridePurchased I IPurcbased
Purchased here hereQualib Quality may be bedepended
depended upon as the best con consistent conslsts ¬ I
slsts sistent nt > nt with the moderate price priceR pnceR priceR
R HARRIS CO COTM COJEWELEltS COTHE
THE TM i JEWELEltS JEWELEltSSeventh 3Ew j j tti irrTTgyi irrTTgyiSeventh LxBsSeventh
Seventh and D Street StreetTHE streetTHE StreetsTITIEJULIET
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of the year for the here and prices pricesnot priceswould priceswould
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April eggs are sold to the cold storage storagehouses torgehoulIes storagehouses
houses forpacking for packing The commtestoB commtestoBdealers COllI COllIteeJers oonunielondealers
dealers say however that if JJB m were werenot were werenet
not packed p now when winter comes they theywould UteyWould theywould I
would be so i ithat fAr out 0 reed hi price pricethat
that an egg I omelet would be a dish prleel for fora fora
a millionaire millionaireCreamery JDitlJooajreCreunery millionaireCreamery
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market including almost die entire entireEastern 8IIUreEstem entireSastera
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The spring product of the cheese fan fantones faetonee factone I
tone is beginning < to arrive ve te the mar markets arkets markets ¬
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poor and the th theer r is not much of a sale salefor SJefor salefor
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meats with a butterfly She S e can always alwaystcl1 alwaysteat
teat her handkerchiefs by the particular particularbutterfly partJeul8buttetily particularbutterfly
butterfly at one ride never in th the corner cor corner
ner TT TTcorset The butterfly also poises on b bco her hercorset
co corset t covers and on the niffl ruftM of her feerskirts berkirts herskirts
skirts In fact on all her h r belonging belongingAnother belongingsAnother lODgiagaAnoth
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this Uftth day of the year Mercury MercuryI
r I r in benefic aspect with the leon and andNeptune aD41ptu3e andNeptune
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r ns n those t who are faithioes to women or ori oraltreat
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jTious f ° l rioU8 ous quarrels to come me from petty pettycaUFeft pettyc pettycauses
causes caUFeftTVomea c causesWoanea a UJ
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against a I wtHdineee tldln fM work fork er r earetaes earetaesness e eareioesness riJIeM riJIeMness
ness nessi nessDrtftktng nessDrinking
i Drinking and aNd9stpatin dissipation generally are areunder areunder areunder
under a most evil sign signI slGRSbarp signSharp
I Sharp and fluent persons are likely to totake totake totame
take advantage of r others In this period periodWriting periodWrittraJl periodwriting
Writing and printing are under exeellent ex exj exenent
j cellent ssn signs The period is good for foreducation forfdtJcatJoR fordncatlon
education and laying foundations for forcareers fprcareers 9r 9ra
careers a en This indicates that the time Is isrxcelent
1 xcfdlent < xc leAt for dealing de JID with teachers taadtersending tsdtersndlng teachersending
= ending children to school booI selecting selectingtrades
I trades or professions s or apprenticing apprenticingyoung appreatidRgmft apprentidugyoung
young mft persons personsTravel pert0ft8Travel personsTravel
Travel is wider favorable signs signsThere aibJILThere signsThere
There is a sign foretelling that in inI infmt innmirt3
I mining fmt days da a a hunter will appear in inthe inthe
the he councils of a nation nationPersons aatloRPetlOlW nationPersons
Persons born between now and the the3tth Uteb
3tth i th b day are dominated by the cusp of ofAriesTaurus orArieTnIIi ofAriesTaurus
AriesTaurus a figure 6g re giving head beadIItro headvblent headstrong ¬
strong IItro viol vIoIeDt ant nature needing needta only onlyelfcontrol fMllylcontret onlyselfcontrol
elfcontrol and a a keen sense eae of Justice Justiceti
ti 1 J become great and tine characters charactersThe cbaractenThe charactersThe
The governing ag planets of these persons personsir
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the th hf > most harmonious color as a rule raleind rulend rulend
ind nd te known as the astral color of ofthese orth ofthese
these th subjects The birthstones are are gar garnet garn garnet
net n t and bloodstone bIGod one I IPfno
Persons s whose h05e birthdate birth date this is are arelikely arelikely arelikely
likely ta have a successful suec tuI twelve twelvemonth twelv8month twelvemonth
month nOTe will 111 probably pro ably be an Im Important 2mportaat Itnpettant ¬
portant communication made te them themthat U1emthat thembeat
that will have ave an immense effect on onth onthdr
their th ir views and habits habitsCbtWrOA habitsChildren
Children are bona today under stars starsthat sianthat starsthat
that promise generosity broadness and anddetermination anddftenaht anddetermination
determination on but they may lack warm warmsympathise warmaympathl warmsympathies
sympathies sympathiseTELEPHONE aympathlTELEPHONE sympathiesTELEPHONE
TELEPHONE ETHICS ETHICSTO ETHICSTO ETHICSTO
TO BE OBSERVED OBSERVEDDont
Dont Listen to Others Dont DontMonopolize Dont1Ylonopolize DontMonopolize
Monopolize the Line LineDont LineDont LineDont
Dont Gossip GossipDo
Do not monopolize a telephone for fortrifling fortrifling
trifling conversation o versatt particularly if ifyou i i79U ifyou
you are OK a party line Some S e one onemay enemay suemay
may want to lodeUver deliver an important importantnt im importantmesesge rtaat rtaatg
nt mesesge e Se g while you are just passing
Ute th time u talking to a friend friendDo fri8D4LDo friendDo
Do not tell gossip ever the tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone or any secret e ret which concerns concernsJmr concernsyour oncerJtSJllVUr
your friend which she would not want wantrepeated wantrepeated wantrepeated
repeated repeatedDo repeatedDo
Do not listen to the conversations cone ations of ofother ofother
other ot er y persons rsons Many a woman who whowould whowould whowould
would think herself ber elr disgraced for life
if caught listening at the keyhole will
listen to a telephone conversation not
intended for her ears
I Do > o not make a practice of ordering orderinggrocerles
groceries lid meats over a telephone
It may be convenient and save a walk
to thestore but you will save money
by a personal visit and inspection of orthe ofthe
the display of vegetables and foods foodsand foodsand
and you will be able able to plan more in intelligently Inte1Jl Intel ¬
telligently telligentlyDo te1Jl tel Ilgently IlgentlyDo genU y
Do not n t call a business bU8ln friend during duringwork duringwork duringwork
work hours Your friend will want to tobe
be polite but your telephone call may maymean maymeAn maymean
mean a serious Joss of time and some sometimes
times of money Besides it Is always alwaysan
i ian an annoying Interruption to a busy I
j I person
GRACEFUL CARRIAGE CARRIAGESETS CARRIAGESErS
QCTQ otloUrr SETS fin OFF PI bLulnwWhy CLOTHES CLOTHESWhy fiTUCO
Why Not Give Same Care CaretoPlain Careto
toPlain to Plain As to Elabo Elaborate El Elaborate bo borate ¬
rate Gowns Gownsbeautiful GownsA
A Jl graosf ttllp tIia itgwiSed carris e 1111 1111Hubtedb tnadeubtedly
Hubtedb slt oft on beautiful clothes clothesThere dethesThere clothesThere
There te little use ta having tag these if ifwe ifwe ifwe
we cannot set them off In I that way wayBut wayBut wayBut
But the old clothes th the statute plaineveryday plain plaineveryday I1 I1erel7day
everyday clothe cJotbeltWJa7 why not give ve themthat them themthat themthat
that same benefit Better the sim simplest empiest m mplest ¬
plest clothes clot u with a beautiful ear carriage earI1age earrlage ¬
riage than the most elaborate clothes clotheswith clotheswith S Swith
with an awkward carriage ear e Ou One for forgets forgets forgets ¬
gets that the clothes are plain and andold andkl andold
old kl if the figure Inside them t te earriM earriMwith earri earrte4with rt rtwith
with grace dignity and poise One Onecan Onecan Onecan
can even forget a figure that is far farfrom farfrom farfrom
from perfect in proportion N rtl and a face facethat Of OfUat i ithat
that has ne no claiM to beauty lteaut To carry carryoneself earryoneself earnoneself
oneself well morning noon ROO ad night nightindoors J nighIndoors
indoors and outdoors is to make ke the themost themost themost
most of all the beauty lte one poos l poeeeeses poeeeesesto O oca ML9 ML9to c 9 9to
to make others forget the beauty ty that thatdocs thatdoes thatdoes
does not exist and to make the best bestImpression bltIIWlprCiion bestimpression
Impression possible everywhere everywhereLooked ev everyswhereLooked wbe = e eLooked
Looked at from fr a physical phr 1cal stand standpoint Jitandpoint standpoint
point the erect position positi with ehe ch r t texpanded texpanded texpanded
expanded shoulders up and back and andabdomen anddemen andabdomen
abdomen demen indrawn stands Bt for in increased increased increased ¬
creased lung power more oxygen oxygenbetter oxygenbetter oxygenbetter
better blood all the organs m fa place pUcinstead pJacft8tead placeinstead
instead of pressing upon one another anotherand anotherand lM therand
and a consequent condition of health healthvitality elthYlta1lty healthvitality
vitality and the beauty 1teaut of health healthWe 1te1thVe healthWe
We can even freshen o our r complexion complexionand
and brighten our eyes bjr b standing standingcorrectly staJi4tngcorrectly standingcorrectly
correctly while the effect open upon R the
development of the figure te selfevident self selfevident eltevIdent
evident evidentPEROXIDE evIdentPEROXIDE evidentPEROXIDE
PEROXIDE FOR USE USEON USEON USEON
ON TOOTH BRUSHES BRUSHESGetting BRUSHESGetting BRUSHESGetting
Getting on All Fours and Cough Coughing Coughing Coughing ¬
ing Advised for forChoking fOChoking foiChoking
Choking ChokingIn f fA
A new tooth brush should 1te WasQed
In dilated peroxide before it is isFor usedFor used usedFor
For slight burns pour on the t e burn burncold burncold
cold water waterIf watocIt waterIf
If choked go upon all fours 9tH5 and aadcough aBdCOUgh andcough
cough coughPowdered COUghPow coughPowdered
Powdered Pow ered unslaked lime forced Into Intorat intIrat Intorat
rat holes with a bellows will drive the therodents therodents therodents
rodents away The entrance of the holes holesshould holessbouJd bolesshould
should then be painted paIut with ttouid tar tarWash tarWash tarWash
Wash the leaves 1 ves of palms and rubber rubberplants rubberplants tubberplants
plants with tepid crater and milk once oncea ODCea
a week then stand the pots in water waterfor waterfor waterfor
for two hours The water must cover coverthe eeverthe averthe
the top of the pot potHEALTH potHEALTH
HEALTH AND BEAUTY BEAUTYIN t
IN HOUSEHOLD WORK WORKTo
To keep your hands soft Mt wash th thdishes the th4dishes thedishes
dishes for mother betas careful not notte nott8 notto
te use VS Injurious soaps or too hot waterTo water waterTo waterTo
To keep k p your waist trim and wenround wenrounded ¬
ed ed sweep the floors for mother There Therete TberIs
Is ao other exercise that will give the thebody th thbody thebody
body better grace and poise than th thuse th1I1E th4 th4use
use of a broom To develop your chest chestand CM8taDd chestand
and to give your throat a rounded con contour contour contour ¬
tour try washing b tae windows iothin Nothing NothingIs iothinte
te better And If you put love lets your yourwork yourwork our ourwork +
work it wilt give a brightness bngh to your yourface yourfACe yourface
face which only comes me to the counte countenance eountftDZ1ee countenance ¬
nance of a girl who is doing doI her best bestIn best2n bestIn
In a cheerful c eerfut spirit spiritMANY spiritlANY nri nriMANY
MANY NEW DESIGNS DESIGNSSHOWN DESIGNSSHOWN DESIGNSSHOWN
SHOWN IN BRAIDS BRAIDSFeather BRAIDSFeather BRAIDSFeather
Feather stitch braids come In new newdesigns newdeflgns newdesigns
designs and a very ery pretty trimming trimmingfor trtmin trtminfor
for gingham chambray and percai percaischool pereaischool perenischool
school dresses or house dresses ar arthe arthe arthe
the new wash Sh braids brl s from oneha oaeha1Inch onehalfinch f finch
inch to one and onehalf inches wide widein wIdeIn widein
in all colorings and shades witi witiwhite w1tjhite witiwhite
white hite or colored figures in coarentional conven conventional coaVe11Uonal ¬
tional or floral designs Tweinc Tweincwidths Twoinche Twoinchewidths 11 11wIdths
widths of similar mercerized braids braidsmake braidsmake braidsmake
make fine wash belts for the pret pretcolored prttcoored pretcolored
colored wash dresses drHs s
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