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Puzzle Pronounced the Most MostDifficult MostQifficult Mosttifficu1
Difficult tifficu1 Problem of ofSeries ofSeries ofSeries
Series SeriesKIDDIES SeriesKbbIES SeriesKIDDIES
Opportunity Promised to Young YoungFolks YoungFol YoungFolks
Folks Fol After fter School Closes in inShape inShapeof inShape
Shape Shapeof of New Contests ContestsWhen ContestsWhen ContestsWhen
When 3 1 oclock strikes this afternoon afternoon2vo arternoonIve afternoonIve
Ive a notion a very rJ select little com company compan cornany ¬
pany pan any of puzzlers will stand in line for forthe Corth forthe
the th inspection of the judges judgesYou judgesYou judgesYou
You have given me the most difficult difficulttask dlt dtfflculttask cult culttask
task puzzledom has heretofore afford afforded affordd afforded ¬
ed d remarks one ne contestant and I Iam Iam Iam
am sending this list in not because I Iam Iam Inra
am proud of it t but because J am taking takingyour takingour thk1fl thk1flyour
your our advice and refusing to quit until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the end Nothing wll surprise me methis methis e ethis
this week except a mention of the kid kiddice kiddlee kiddice
dice The klddy that has the tbenene tbeneneto nerve nerveto nerveto
to undertake tho solution of Major MajorStevens M MajorStevens Jor JorStevens
Stevens puzzle is a wonder wonderI
hI I might like to see him just for curl curiositys curl05Its curlositys ¬
ositys sake but rd much prefer he was wassomebodys was wasFornebodys w s sfomebodjs
somebodys else els sister or brother brotberthat brotberthatout that thatyouth
youth out outh I am sure ure would give he me a most mostuncomfortable mostncomfortable mostbncomfortable
uncomfortable feeling of being be Ins too smart smartitgr smartf
itgr f words let alone for earth earthWell earthVeU earthVeU
VeU I must say the kiddies did fall fallout tallout fallouL
out Not ot one put in his apearance so sofar sofar sorar
far which hleh is a pity for I am personally personallymuch personallymuch personallymuch
much attached to the boys and girls who
have been such good fighters In the themerry themerry thenIerry
merry cause causaHowever causeBowever causeflowever
However I expect when school is over overwe overWe overve
we ve will I1l have a areturn return of the boys and andgirls andglris andgirls
girls and I for one propose to help helpalong hel helalong helpalong
along by giving them em some problems problemswhich problemswhIch problemswhich
which will appeal to them and afford affordthem atYor110em affordthem
them an opportunity totake to take their old oldtime oldtJme oldtIme
time place in the circle circleJ cIrcleyf circleGIRDLE
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Liking of Tailors for Veiled Effects EffectsThought
Thought to Be Responsible Responsiblefor
for Craze CrazeThe CrazeThe
The lining of the gown and Its gir girdle sIrdIe ¬
dIe are being beln emphasized nowadays to tothe tothe
the overshadowing of the rest of the thetoilet thetoilet
toilet The Tbellklng liking of the best dress dressrtakers dressnakcrs dressrrakers
rtakers for veiled effects Is responsi responsiVle
Vle 11 > for this craze for today toda nothing nothingmust nothingntUsl
must be garish 3ri h and flaunting but butvlille butwhile butwhile
while rich tic color is suggested it must mustbe
be softened by a misty film of one onekind onekind
kind or another So even the trim trimmings trimmings ¬
mings KO o under the gauze and lace laceand laceand
and it must be admitted as a rule to totheir totheir
their Improvement ImprovementAnd
And the girdle is a pronounced fea featue featUl featue
tue of the best gowns It sometimes sometimesbecomes sometimesbfeomeg sometimesbfconles
becomes so wide below tile waist an anll anls l lto
to s 1 large a part of the bodice above the thewaistline thetaalstllnc
waistline that its original character is isncJlnlgii Iscllnlh
ncJlnlgii 1 lost The skirt of a swag swagger ¬
ger gown was of satin covered with withchiffon withchltron withchiffon
chiffon of the same shade shirred into intopuff Intopurf
4 puff blov the knees and dragging
the 111 fabric close to the feet at the hem hemAl hemAP hemAP
Al AP the trimming consisted of em em1oldorv
1oldorv trold rv done in shades of selftone selftoneenriched selrtonopnrlched
enriched by b gold old threads This made madea i
a short panel at the front and com comprised comJrised coinl3rised ¬
prised a large part of the waist which whichwas whichwas whichwas I
was covered In both oth skirt and waist waistvih
vih ith the chiffon A touch of bright brightcolor briShtolor brightcolor
color was Introduced Into the gown at
the top of the square neck against tho thoshirred thoshirred theshirred
shirred tulle chiffon yoke and under the thearms theanm theann
arms The girdle Irdle In this case was like
the foundation satin satinVISITOR satinVISITOR satinVISITOR
The rnlted States Is certainly not notflattered nottlattered notflattered
flattered by b Signor Antonio Scarfogllo Scarfoglloin
in a remarkable book which he has just justcompleted justompleted justompieted
completed completedI
hI I do not like the Americans he hewrit heWtlte heivrite
writ Just as I do not like the cheese cheesemonger cheesemonser cheesemonger
monger whom a prize In a lottery or u asudden usudden usudden
sudden rise rls In the price of potatoes has hasmade hasmade hasrnade
made wealthy There Is too much of ofthe orthe olthe
the herdsmen about them and their theirclothes theirclothes
clothes are still permeated by the smell smellof smellof smellof L
of the soiL Riches alone do not justify justifyeverything juslltyevery justifyeverything
everything every thins The opulence of others Is Isalways Isalways Isalways
always irritating but that of the Ameri Americans Americans Amerlcans ¬
cans Is particularly so because It Is Isparaded Ispa1adeti IsparadeI
paraded thrown In your our face and andshown ands110wn andslown
shown about as the only true sign of ofgreavnees olgrean 01greaLness
greavnees grean sf For these reasons our souls soulsare soulsare soulsare
are revolted by b these people Their Theircoarseness Th Theircoarseness tr trcoarsenees
coarseness irritates and an wounds us Our Ourphysical Ourphysical Ousphysical
physical and intellectual habits are of ofiended oftended oftended
tended by contact with all this coarse coarseness coarsen coarseness ¬
ness n s and their strange idea of progress progressif progresIf
if progress consists in fast trains and andpounding andpounding andpounding
pounding madly along the streets in a afurious afurious a aiurlous
furious hurry hurryWEDDING hurryWEDDING hurryWEDDING
To buy the wedding ring oa Monday Mondaymeans Mondaymeans Mondaymeans
means a bustling life full of excite excitement exclteJ11ent excItesnent ¬
ment mentOn J11entOn
On Tuesday an easy life contented contentedand contentedand contentedand I
and free freeOn fre freOn
On Wednesday a partner gay and andfond andfond an I
fond of pleasure pleasureOn I IOn
On Thursday you will gain what whatever whatever whatever ¬
ever you wishOn wIshOn wish wishOn
On Friday you will sow with toll toilJ tollut tollut
J > ut reap a good harvest harvestAnd harvestAnd harvestAnd
And If purchased on Saturday you youwill yotlwin I Iwifl
will always > have cause to rejoice i
r liERB is 1 no no use denying the fact facti factth
THERE i I that th tthe the average womans ward wardI Wdrdrote
I I rote Is becoming ht > coD1ln more and moe morecomplicated moecompll moecomplleatea
complicated compll atfd To dress well eU Is a aproblem aproblem aproblem
problem to mot girls iris since the tb 1ttle 1ttlefaddy ltttlefaddy
things thln which hlcb go Jo o Klye Ie the touoh touohof tQuOhof tpuohof
of smartness are no longer Jon or confined to tobelts tobelts
belts and buckles to shirt studs s uds and andell andyIl
ell pins tns but to collars and neck fixings fixingsand fiXlnpand fixingsflnd
and and all sorts of sartorial incidentals our ourmothprs ourgrandmothers
grandmothers mothprs > rs never dreamed of ofThe orThe ofThe
The various Blouses shirt waists and andbodices andbodlies andbodices
bodices each calls for come special sort
The Bedtime BedtimePnbllBfeed Story StoryPabUllhe4
PnbllBfeed for toe thoBKMfol mother who wish to read real to t the e little llttlfolk nttlfolk littlefolk
folk while they tlaC hCT are being belnrTHE tuck tucked d Into their b bedi d I for the n1Ekt n1EktTHE nlgktTHE
4ffJ I1YOW I wonder what that is is6aJd isPl 1sii
Pl 6aJd E8I little Blllie Bubble to him himself hlm5e1l himself ¬
self as heNspIed h pIed a bright blue object objectIn
In the bottom bottonio of the brook brookHello broo brooHello brookHello
Hello down theret ther Pwhat vwhat > are you youand youtand youand
and what are you OU doing doth in the thelarook thebrook thebrook
brook larookI brook1l1I
1l1I I answered the bright blue ob object object ohject ¬
ject I am a babys shoe I used ta tacover tocover t tcover
cover the dearest little foot In the thoworld theworld theworld
world If it hadnt been for that dog doffTowser dogTowser dogTowser
Towser I would not br b here hereHows herehHo hereHows
hHo Hows s that askel Billie Bubble BubbleWhat BubbleVhat BubbleVhat
Vhat has Towser to do with It ItWell ItVeU itWell
Well It was Just this way began beganthe beganthe beganthe
the little blue shoe HI I wa was lying l g on ontho ontho onthe
tho floor of the nursery nurs > ry yesterday yesterdayquite yesterdayquite yesterdayquite
quite calm and contented My little littlemaster littlemaster littlenaster
master was asleep and his mother motherpulled motherpulled motherpulled
pulled me off and dropped me down downon downon
on n the floor beside the cradle All of ofa ora ofa I
a sudden I felt something grab hold holdf
of me Then I was carried < I through
the air so quickly I lost my breath
When I came to I found myself lying
beside this little brook and Towser
the dog was chewing me all to
pieces Pretty soon he picked me up
and swam Into the he brook with wJ b me
Jyst Jst JJ it ho t to the mldtffo mid a cat catan catan
ran an along the bank Tows Ir r dropped droppedme
me and here I am amYou nmYou am4You
You are very ver pn prQ6 + v J said little
Blllie Bubble BubbleOh BubbleOh Bubble0h
Oh yes I know that said ald the
blue shoe but I wont lat long
Water always fades f d s out blue shoes
I will be a dirty white before I am
here ere very long
Oh dont say that said BillIe
Bubble anyway I will always alaysrc re ¬
member you as being bright and
beatiful beatifulWell beatltulWeU beatlfulWell
Well that makes me feel some
better smiled the little shoe shoeI
of t nock finish and indeed thf thrj loe 1oe their theirdlftttrtctlon tbelrdlttt theirtliitttction
dlftttrtctlon dlttt ctlon unles unless in Ie th the wearer carries trrles r f s out outto outto outto
to the slightest detail the requirements requirementsof
of the several garments nnontM While the thebusiness thehl1slne thebusiness
business hl1slne s woman must depend de eft upoa the thei thebnps theshops
hops i > th woman oman of leisure may supple supplement supplErment supphment ¬
ment her stock IIt k with very er 7tUe ttJe outlay outiayand outJa outJaanI outlayand
and anI not no a great deal of time For Forsuch ForsuCb Forsuch
such as these I am showing boWlnJthe the very veryfaddy veryfadd veryfaddi
faddy fadd little neckwear trifles f1es Illustrated IllustratedFlRure IllustratedFIJUre illustratedFigure
Figure J Xo o 1 which may be made in ina Inn inn
a n jltTy by the skillful needle worker fc
either C The matter of your getting to tothe
the he parly is altogether alto ether your own af affair a1fall afair ¬ I
fair air Your hostess h08t however usually usuallysees usuallyses
sees pes to It that you are escorted to toyour toour
your our home Especially is I this the case casein caeeIn casen
in n the suburb suburbAs suhurkAs
As to the proper way a to flat > at an anorange anolanEe airange
orange you may peel el and quarter th thfruitand the theCrult Utruit
fruitand Crult Rd eat It that war wa I agree agrreewith agreewith
with you that biting btt l Into the half of offor oCat
at a LII oranfe orane Is rertdRly a mssy way wayfor waYor
for or a grown ppren treen l u < > < pe JHNIoe of It ItL
Usually L u811y the fruit I If served in the theskin
skin kin and eut In hair kI io o that getting gettingthe ettiAgthe
the he juice and ad loose mlp J nip with a spoon spoonIs
Is I an easy matter matterFw matterI
Fw I perform per on nowadays offer their theirWail theiraih j jSail I
Sail aih Horoscope HoroscopeThe M roscope I
I The tara J Incline but do not notcompel I
compel compelSaturday compeLSaturday
Saturday Soturda May Jlo 21 I10 I10Who 110Tho IP1OWho
Who Clutch with greedy greed bands at sold
Shall S all dad that ashes StY they tje stall hold holdthe holdEARLY holdEA
EARLY EA this mornl mornInx n Le e SunenlerS Sun enters
the zodiacal sign of Genilnll Genl In II The Thosign Thesign
sign rules the United States Belgium BelgiumLondon BelgiumLondon BelgiumLondon
London Plymouth Versatile Lower LowerEgypt LowtrEg LowerEgypt
Egypt Eg Pt and Sardinia The approaching approachingeclipse aPJM08eh aPJM08ehecJlpse approachingeclipse
eclipse of the Moon indleates theft theftrapine tt ttrapine I Irapine
rapine military mlUlar unrest political and andfinancial andflnancial
i financial scandals and uncommon uncommonweather uncommonweather useommonweatherS
weather In thoeeiande according to tothe tothe tothe
the astrological rules governing such such1aspects suchnspects suchaspects
aspects aspectsThe nspectsThc aspectsThe
The Moon Is an apogee on this 141st 141stday lUstda 141stday
day da and has Saturn in a highly unfor unfortunate unfortunate unfortuliate ¬
tunate position auguring ill during duringthese durlnsthese duringth5Ze
these twentyfour hours for specula ¬
tors to stock brokers moneylenders and
those who strive to CI exaot inordinate inordinateprofits inordinatepronts inordinateprofits
profits or undue gains
Oppression Oppre lon avarice deceit and slan ¬
der are under malignant signs signs1ranus
1ranus Is In a position today toda favor
Ing pr pfiiccable dceable methods arbitration con concession concesslca concess1t
cession and reason The time espe ¬
emily before noon should be highly
beneficial for accountants
In the afternoon the sign is good for
trips for rest or pleasure visits to
museums and art a ar gallerleu and any anyThe
thln thing connected with study or research
The domains of art mus musc c and song
are under good ood Influences InfluencesMarried In uences uenceslfarried
Married people will do T ell to avoid avoidquarrels avoidQuarreIs I Iquarrels
quarrels quarrelsKnjployes I
Knjployes nJplo s must be on their guard I I
against olnst doing their tasks in careless carelessThere carele I I I
haste particularly In the miming I
There is a powerful spiritual Atmos ¬
phere indicating mdlcatln great satisfaction and I
pleasure to come from acts of friend ¬
ship and benevolence benevolenceromen
Women romen and men with Ilh this birthdate
are likely lIk > l to benefit durin during the twelve ¬
month from helping othen oth > 1
Children hildren born today toda are under stars I
that usually usuall Inculcate intensity nten8lt of af ¬
fection and great tenderness
a tailored tie of loulstae with jtll rods Cds cds of ofPersian ofPfrHut ofPersian
Persian silk The Th color of eOU eours our f v is a amatter amatter amatter
matter of o choice cholceFhrur8 choiceFtsrurfS choiceFtgure
Fhrur8 Xos X 2 and 3 show 8 OW a a Dutch JDutchcellar Dutchellar utth utthcollar
cellar with Its inevitable Jabet thn hl col collar collar cotlar ¬
lar belt beig worked out ou in Persian silk silkmounted silkmounld silkm4unted
mounted on an under collar of net netedged netedltfd ne needaesl
edged with Cluny lace lacePtcurec laceFtur laceFtrures
Ptcurec Ftur Nos 05 1 i and comprise a afrilled afrilled a afrilled
frilled collar and cUff c tr set t of heavy net neted nettf1 nett4ed
ed t4ed ed edJUt with Cluny lace to which has hasbees bAsbeeD hasbeen
bees added a narrow roll of Persian Persiansilk Persiansilk Persiaszllk
I Answers G Given Ven it2 jllq Inquiries r es Made by Readers o of The Times I
Answering A Invitations InvitationsEtiquette InvitationsEtlquetteAn InvitationsEtiquetteAn
Ad Etiquette EtlquetteAn An invitation to a wed wedding wedding weding ¬
ding d ing reception rece tton reading readln Mr and Mrs Mrsfones Mrsones rr5 rr5fones
fones ones request the honor of your our pres presence presnce pre3ence ¬
ence o nce at the wedding reception of oftheir oCtheir ofheir
their t daughter etc necessitates a areply areply aeply
reply r in the third person that is isMiss Isn8 IsMiss
Miss n8 White accepts with pleasure pleasureMr
Mr M Ir r and Mrs Jones kind Ind Invitation to tothe tohe
the t he wedding reception of their theirdaughter theirda theiraughter
daughter da d ughlor etc etcTeas etcTeas etcTeas
Teas Informal athomes and recep receprtions receptions recepions
l tions only may be recognized d by bysending byfl6ndlng byending
sending s ones t > ncs cards If you ou attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the reception nothing is necessary necessarybut neces necessarYut ary arybut
but b ut to leave your cards as you enter enterthe enterthe enterhe
the t he door If your our cards are sent they theyshould theyhould
should s arrive upon the day of the thereception thereception theeception
reception r and their arrival signifies signifiesthat signifiesthat signifieshat
that t you ou will 111 not attend In person personThe personThe personThe
The only onl acknowledgment necessary necssaryupon nectsar nectsarupon necessaryupon
upon the receipt of athome cards cardswith cardswith cardswith
with the announcement of a wedding weddingIs
Is I s a call upon the bride at your yourarliest
j earliest e opportunity oppor tUlltY or It dctr dftr are arespecified ar arspecl aIcspecified
specified specl ed upon one of the athome athomedays athomada3s athomedays
days named nama If you ou arc Ina ifferent lffferentcity ifferentt
t city clt forward cards so sothat that they will willreach willeach
reach r the bride upon her first athome athomeday athomei
day d ay
dayAn ayAn
An Invitation to a church wedding weddingdoes weddingdoes
does not call for either a formal ac acknowledgment acknowledgment acknowledgment ¬
knowledgment or a gift Itt If you OU are arcasked areasked areasked
asked to the reception following the theservice theservice ho hosCrvice
service or to a home wedding and andaccept andaccept andaccept
accept a present is generally pro provided prodded provided ¬
vided Of if course it may be a simple simplegift simpleSIft simplegift
gift but It Is s difficult to see liow xow o one onemay onemay onemay
may accept and offer no acknowledg acknowledsment acknowledgmeat
ment of the courtesy courtes However Howeverwhether Howecrwbether Howeverwhether
whether or not you attend you must mustin mustIn mustin
in politeness accept or decline and do doso doso doso
so promptly this regardless 01 olwhether 01whether 01whether
whether you send a gift giftAlways rlttAlways giftAlways
Always bear in mind that an invi invitation Inltatlon Invitation ¬
tation especially one where your yourpresence yourpresence our ourpresence
presence must bo taken into account accountwith accountw1th accountwith
with the caterer is Isa a courtesy whichmust whichmust which whichmust
must be acknowledged unless you youwish youwish youwish
wish to appear rude and to put your yourhostess yourhostess yourhostess
hostess to unnecessary Inconvenience Inconvenienceand
and annoyance annoyanceThe annoQnceThe annoyanceThe
The acceptance or regrets r grets muB muet be besent besent besent
sent in the third person p rson and In no nosuch nosuch nosuch
such event will te simple forwarding forwardingof
of 0 your card avail availYou availYou availYou
You assuredly should not take your yourvisiting yourvisiting our ourvlsltlns
visiting friend t > a formal breakfast breakfastor breakfasor t
or a luncheon without wit hout a ppecial Invi Invitation Invitation invitation ¬
tation from your hostess It seems to tomo toma totao
mo that question Is answered on the theface thetace th thface e
face of It for few fa persons per ons who send sendout sendout sendout
out Invltaotlons for a specified date dateare dateare dateare
are prepared for chance guests guestsAt guestsAt guestsAt
At a a tea or reception the case is isquite Isquite I Iquite s
quite different and at a dance It Itmight Itml i imight t
might ml ht be permissible for you to take takeyour takeyour tak takyour e
your friend with you providing you youand youand youand
and your hostess were on terms of In Intimacy Intimacy Intimacy ¬
timacy timacyOtherwise timacyOtherwise timacyOtherwise
Otherwise it is better to acquaint acquainther tLCQualnther acquainher t
her in some way with the fact that thatyou thatOU thayou t tt tf
you OU have a visiting friend Then If Ifshe Ifshe I Ishe f
she cares to Include your guest well welIand welland welland
and good otherwise the inference Is Isthat Isthat isthat
that her list is closed and you your yourself yourseIt yourself ¬
self without Impolitenseas to your yourguest yourguest yourguest
guest may accept or decline Just as asyou asou asYOU
you ou see fit You have no right to In Invite InIte Invito ¬
vite Ite an escort to your friends house
ga gueo guests g ts such a perplexing proposition propositionas prop ltlon ltlona I
as a s a whole orange preferring to have havethe ba ve vethe
tb the t he fruit shredded and served in slier ¬
bet b et glasses or prepared J that it my 7 be beeaten
eaten e with Itb a spoon speenGoed
G oed Fudge Recipe SecipeI
I ana xm Indebted ebted to one of C my y corre correspondent eeneap ¬
ap s spondent hdeata for this th formula ton ula which she
tells tel t me make an excellent fudge
Have at hand four cups of sugar sugarrown
brown b rown preferred a cup of C nneJy pow poweeI ¬
tiered d db eeI chocolate eh eolate a cup of n silk Hk or cream createutter
butter b utter the th
size tze
of an
egg sp a tea teaspoonful teaIfPOODtul t
spoonful s of vanilla Boll the sugar sugarchocolate
chocolate c and mil milk Uk together tttg lb until the tb
mixture fl hardens when dropped Into cold
Wat wAter t I6 Then beat in the > butter tt r and an anau1l t
vanilla v au1l before pouri pouring into buttered
PIM 10 l4 COOl COOlVaseline coolVasellne I
Vaseline V lIeIine for Eyebrows EyebrowsI j jH II
H I A K C H HI I know of nothing DOthtn bet bPt1 betr j
ter b r for
thickening the eyebrows than thanvactt thanyueHne thanyaselisie
vactt yueHne e Rub a portion in nightly as lt USeg j jINg
J INg l eg g Uo ttos tlp of the HrKers lgers and having
the vaseline slightly warm war Vaseline
applied to the eyelashes Is helpful bt
care must be ueed to prevent the mix ¬
lUre reaching the eye eyeTo eeTo eyeTo
To Preserve Strawberries StrawberriesRecently StrawberriesItoeenll StrawberriesItecently
Recently Itoeenll one of my m readers r rs asked for fora torr
a r recipe for preserving strawberries tra berrfea in n
the raw state stt Unfortunately I had no norecipe norecipe
recipe at band and in response r aponse to my
call for help one of my readers hag h for ¬
warded me what I am s sure re is excellent
formula formulaVIII formulaYilt
Will Constant Reader
tla thanks Mk < accept my myboth m
fOr Or her courtesy a aai good will
both of which are much appreciated
The communication follows followsWashington tollowsWashington followsWashington
Washington D C CDear
May Iay 14 1910
Dear Miss 156 Carroll
I am a steady stead reader of The Times
fJ and Ji6 we Always delight in reading
the Womans v Omans Page
Some time this week w ek you asked for
aid In putting up strawberries in the
raw r state The following follo ln Is K t good goodTake
way wayTake WayTake
Take one quart of nke b brrlc rrle
cleanse thoroughly and place In a
quart Jar which has first been bec thor ¬
oughly scalded Put the top loosely loosel
on the jar and let It stand until ready
to cover with syrup s rup or you may
have the syrup prepared and ready read
to pour over the fruit as soon as you OU
put It in the jar JejFor jarFor jarFor
For the syrup the following Is
what I use useTo useTo useTo
To a quart of water take a pint pInto
of o > t sugar and boil until the sugar is
dissolved Pour over the tb berries
while hUe still lot l ot Seal the Jars
Ightly and aix place In crocks or 0 r any
earthen dish large la e enough to hold the thoQuart thequart
quart jar ar together to ethCt with sufficient sufficientwater sufficientwater sufficieptwater
water to cover the jar then eov eor eorwltb eovorwith r rwith
with boiling water Place a tight tightcover thhtcover tightcover
cover and P weight elsht over the earthen
dish and leave until the Jar of ber berries berries berrica ¬
ries has cooled oolf < 1 then store awaY in ina Ina Ina
a dark place placeIf
If you should happen to have a asteamer asteamt a asteamer
steamer > l place the full jars In the It
for about fifteen minutes mrnut s From a aCONSTANT aCO aCONSTANT
The Favorite Month MonthFor MonthFor MonthI
I For Weddings WeddingsJuneis
June Juneis is the favorite month It Itwill Itwill Itwill
will soon be here The young peo people peopIe peapie ¬
pIe who are to be married are al already alreadyplanning
S ready readyplanning planning their home and its itsfurnishings itsfurnishings itsfurnishings
furnishings furnishingsWe
We want these young couples to tocome tocome tocome
come to our o r store and d see ee e how easy easywe easywe easywe
we make it for them to start mar married mared mare
e ned ed life with the home surroundings surroundingscomfortable surroundingscomfortable surroundingscomfortable
comfortable and attractive attracti ve f fLet 1Let i iLet
Let us show you the theronvenience theronvenienceof convenience convenienceof
of an open account here herearrange herearrangefor arrange arrangefor f ff
f for f r terms that will suit your income incomedo income incomedo I Ij
do this t is at once and have it off offyour offyour oilN
your yourmind yourmindPeter mind mmdP
j N P Peter e t er G Grogan GroganI rogan 81723 md Sons 7th Co St StI
I It
II IIt t
Caprices of f Fashion Es Especially EsiaIlyln EsciaIlyIn ¬
pecially iaIlyln In Matter of Color Colorr ColorArc Co1orAre
r Are Wonder Wonderful WonderfulIt ul ulJt
It will I besotge be setijo timo tt lJ e before Cc eMtom eMtomwftl e ceMomwfI tom tomvfJl
wftl stale the appearance 8t Pet ace of the conttge conttgeapparently eoreJea coreageapparently
a apparently rently intended bat edr for the th evating evb but butworn ltUtWID bittwarti
worn In the daytime which whl h ta one of ofthe DCtlBn ofthe
the tlBn mow 1K noticeable vagaries e of f fashIon faoMonThoee fubionrJtoeewhoe fashIonhoee
Thoee rJtoeewhoe hoee who are not applauding appIa cltJS the col colhuieai colJarfes cclIsrleast
huieai corsage ar are adding to a bodice bodicecut bodkec bodl e eCut
cut c t very 01 tow it a transparent trsasia rrnt ehetnfeeUd ehetnfeeUdfttfod ehemIostloI4totI hem aette aetteAttQa
fttfod to totlte the n ne neck dc and shoulder without withouta
a wrinkle When V eR seen se n at at a distance dwtan e fe febae kbas Ithis
bas precisely pr y the aged of o a decollete decolleterobe d deoliterobe on te terelic
robe and the illusion IU Io to It > enhanced by bythe bythe bythe
the short hrtsleires si eeven e that are worn worniSorae wornofDe wornSo1ne
iSorae ofDe of them are e cwt C1It8bove above the eI cibitw eIbo4t 1 1bewat
bewat and s d are of tbenimatest the ftimalest descrip description deScrlplien dederipties ¬
lien Y Yet t they ha 1ulve e their thektuelnaUoR thektuelnaUoRUMlfetJlliiag their fascination fascinationUMrte feetnatlontltde
UMrte UMlfetJlliiag trilling sfeevee S M one of the pret prettiest prettI prettiedt ¬
tI tiest t examples of which bich te i made in three threetfers threeurs threera
tfers ra the tb U top p one the material of ta tabodtee the theb theb
b b bodtee dkte the second a ptece plt > ce of embroid embroidery ¬
ery clasping the arms closely and the thethird thetJllrd thethird
third a shower of 0 little frill frillWonderful frlllWonderful friiiWonderful
Wonderful are the caprices of fashion fashionColor faShionCmor fathionC4lor
Color abounds on every side yet even eventhe eventhe eventhe
the most variegated or frocks has an anto anaLterthought anafterthought
afterthought of extra brilliancy added addedte ad4edto
to it Supposing a dress ta made of blue bluento bluemou6ellne bluentguhooflne
nto mou6ellne S eHne de sole over heliotrope tat taffetas talreia tatfetas ¬
fetas a length of dark Bordeaux red redribbon redribbon redribbon
ribbon will be run runurrder under the rooussellne rooussellnepeeping moussellnepeeping mouseelinepeeping
peeping out at the Hides of the corsage corsagewith corsewith corsagewith
with r a huge ri1 rosette tJ as a finish
This ls arrangement arrft arrtnement emlnt is far fa more effective effectivetha eftectiveth effectivethtL
tha th an entire weJetbelt of the ribbon ribbonand ribbonatJd ribbonatd
and is in keeping with fashions liking
fQr veiled feoiortng rlng Lovers I oers of lace are arenot arenot arent
not likely to obey the new edict for forwearing forrlns forwearing
wearing rlns dyed lace But those tbo e who have havene haven haveno
ne n scruples upon u on the the8UbJlct subject will accept acceptcherrycolored a aoceptcherrycolored ept eptcherrlcolored
cherrycolored lace buttercup yellow yellowlace yellowlace
lace green purple and even blue lace
The lace will be In some instances instancesconfined ln8ta instancescontinqd e econfined
confined to the underdrese which will
be veiled ven d with wk mousBeline Dark blue blueover b1ueover blueover
over cherry color and rose pink over 0111auttereup
buttercup is not deemed deem d too startling a aunion aunloR aunion
union in Paris ParisPARKER P ParisPARKER rls rlsPARKERHOUSE
Sift sl together tos ther One one and a onequarter n e uaner cups cupsof cupso cupsof
of o White k1te flour threequarters cup of ofcornmeal orCOIBmoal ofcornmeal
cornmeal twe teaspoons of baking bakingpowder baklagpowder
powder p onehalf teaspoon of alt t and andone aDdORe andtaeepo L
one taMaepom ta taeepo n of sugar chop in two twotablespoon twotaWosPOen tweahIespoons
t tablespoon of butter bttU add a d cue ue beaten beatenegg ten tenef
egg ef e gg to onehalf It cup ef milk and turn turninto turninto turtinto I
into I thedry hedl7 ingredients redJents making 1JtQkln a soft softdough 50ftdouSk I Iough
dough s that can be handled add more moremilk merea morslilk
milk a i a11k if I neecnsary Tarn T ra on floured I Ioard
board b toes lightly U y and roll rollout out onehalf onehallnch
Ip inch I thick Cut with a awcult btecuJt cutter cutterput CIItterput csttrut
put p ut bits W blt of batter in the center of each eachround eac eacIOI I Iound
round IOI r MI awi 8 feW Brush Bru k top wttts wtt milk milkmd DlUkaM mIDlid
md s lid bake tn a qt quick ck oven over fifteen fifteenminutes Alteentf I
minutes tf 8
A cup of mashed potatoes mixed with witha I IteaspoonfuL
a teaspoon teaspoonfuL ful of sugar at night will wlllighten wfltIIchten willighten
lighten l the Ih hatter in the morning and aadthe andthe I
the t he expensive eXJn te egg f J will not be missed
4 4X
VashingtoriT9iostess X sh ng t fl J lOSi ss Describes Descr bes Decorations Decorai ns of Table T Ie aad aadRooms aadRoomsJ andROoms
Rooms and the PrizeXpntest Prize Contest By ByGuests ATOfcb ATOfcbu Jiib Jiibr <
u r < Guests Gu sts Are Amused
JTB N of my raaders Oae ha baa very verybMgingly veQebHgtnsly veryebulgingly
O bMgingly sent nto the f tw twIns feilonbig 4tew 4tewing
Ins clover tWer account of a recent recenthineh receattu reconthIocios
hineh tu hIocios iOft on she gave Me I am sere sereprospective e eprospective
prospective Pr pccttve hestesiMs h st win W t drfve e egood seem gomogood seemgood
good Ideas from the descriptfcm of the theaffair dtea iboaffair
affair a alt which I am prtoting Just jI t as it itcame itcame itcame
came to me meAt meAt meAt
At a spring luncheon given ven by a awere IiWuhtngtOft aWashington
Washington hostesS the decorathes decoratheswere decoratheswere
were a profusion proCu Ion of oC9priug spring MonsonM t bloesoemLarge Iot Iotiarse
Large vases and Jardinieres were wereJMIed wereflIl
lulled with fruit blossoms andon the diesmall themaU thesmall
small tables where w e the luncheon wasHlVed wasserved was wasserved
served were tiny baskets and IWI va vaof y yof YPo YPoof
of arbutus violets biuets and other oUMr3Rtall othersmall othersmall
small wild flowers SowersThe flowersThe owen
The place cards were oMan oblong cards cardseach eardaeach cardstech
each end folded to the middle beT tovI beTlag y yIDg
I lag a space 6 ace In the middle for the thename theDame thename
name One O folded end wa was Yo hand handpainted haIadpalted bisdpaisted
painted with strawberries and the theother tileother theother
other with strawberry bIo btoeeoms eoms
The menu consisted of grape ape fruit fruitwith fnaltwith fruitwith
with pineapple plne ppte strawberries and andcherries aDflcherries andcherries
cherries added to the pulp chicken chickensalad chickensalad ehlekenJalad chickensalad
salad oil oIh olhis vs and hot biscuit fresh freshcherries freshstrawberry fre frestrawberry freshstrawberry
strawberry Ice cream with whole w
One Is Game Warden Another i iPromoter iI
Promoter While VhiJ Others OthersSucceed OthersSucceed OthersSucceed
Succeed In Ii Politics PoliticsMany PoliticsMany PoliticsMany
Many unusual positions la the b heel IMIMJIK e4 e4Rfeas
Rfeas world are e ftlled AJ 1led ci by wonen A AWestern AI AWestern
Western woman Mrs r Charles Peyton Peytonhas peytgghas Peytonhas
I has feeen ai pointed game warden war4 u te teMontana talIontana hiMontana
Montana at a salary arT of t 12i 1 a month monthfor monthfor
for four years yearsOne yearsOne yearsOne I
One of the most nH st successful street streetlallway streetIatlway streetrailway
railway promoters nelRo r la the central centralWest centralWe centralWest
West We t Is Mrs lra r8 Alice A1Ic M BaUer whose whosesuccess whoseRUCC8SS whosesuccess
success m fn putt putting las through railroads railroadsin raUroa a alu
in Cleveland Ohio Das M Mela Mainpo ine Iowa Iowaand IowaaDd Iowaand
and St Joseph Mo stamps her as a afinancier a1inaReler afinancier
financier and promotter of the first firstorder firstorder tt ttorder
order orderMarquette orderMarquetteMicb I
Marquette MarquetteMicb ilicb has a newly found founded foaacSeel Zouadoil ¬ I
ed mlirtn miRing company with a capital capitalstock ea capItalsleek ltl ltlsteek
stock of p JM eeee compos co cous apo ed d entirely entirelrof eDtkeloC entirelyof
of women its purpose pu being to carry carryon carryn carryon
on n exploratory work for Iron on a atract atr atract
tract tr t six miles mn south th of M MrClaMtte MrClaMtteSo MeruettaSo r nette netteSo
So rapid r phl has been e n the domination cl iaatlor of ofthe ofthe c cthe
the industrial and political situation situationby
by D women that hundreds hundre s of political politicalpositions pol poiQicalpositions tleal tlealJ
positions J iUona are now 1M held by D them When WhenFrancis WhenFrancis I
Francis Pra nels E Leupp commissioner coamts loner of ofIndian erIndian efIndian
Indian affairs looked for Ute best bestman bestman I Iman
man in the service to send t > ad to Call California Cliforate Callfumata ¬
fornia as Indian agei atePt t he picked a awoman a1Iomaa awoosas
woman Miss Jill Clara True T who bad badbeen badbeoe badin
been beoe In charge of mission m n reserva reservations reMCVaUons reservalions ¬
lions in the JJorthweet JJorthweetBOILING NortIIwetBOILING 1orthwestBOILING
Fre Freeb fa meats should be belied be e treat treateighteen k kghteeR frs frseighteen I
eighteen to twenty minutes to t tnc tncpound uecpound
pound und salt meats longer 10D t > Slow boUni boUniInsures 1toUnIntlue boUrig
Insures tenderness l fast boiling make makejreat makestreat I
treat dark and hard
i T0 securethefash securethefashLonable I
lonaole sculptured sculpturedlines I Ilines
lines every large larges V Vwoman
s E should i
woman wear weart
J They coaf comfortablyan ortably and ef effectively ¬ I I
l fectively reduce measure measurements measurei ¬
i meats o of hips and abdomen abdomenfrom abimnenfrom
from one t to towithout five inches incheswithout I
without the aidofattach aidofattachmeats
z l 7W meats of any kind kindff I IREDUSO I
ff REDUSO Style 770 As i
1 pictured Medium high highover I
bust incurred waist long longover
over hips and abdomen abdomenMade abdomenW i
W Ill Made of datable coutfl or orbatiste ort
t If batiste tastefdlr trimmed trimmedThree trimmedii
ii LV Three pairs of hose supporters supportersSizes supportersiLiiffiI
iLiiffiI Sizes 19 to 36 Price 300 300REOUSO I
z REOUSO Style 774 For tall j J I
1 1 large Sgsres Construction Constructionsaperb fl jeduso jedusof i
f 1J j simiar to Style 770 Made of ofI
I 1 1 lILl saperb superbDiamondClothdain Diamond Cloth dain daintily ¬ I
I ft j 4M1 thy trimmed Three pairs of hose supporters supportersSizes
I ii i 5d1 Sizes 19 to 36 Price 500I 500 500W I
I II I W B NUFORM are popular priced corsets modeled oa oalines I
I I ii ii1 lines of alicring grace Varied styles styleaevery every figure gnre fitted fittedNUFORM tted ttedI I
I ii NUFORM Style 478 As pictured For average figures figuresattached
Li I Medium bust incarved waist extra skirt length Made I
Tr i I of durable coul ana batiste lace trimmed Supporters
r attached Sizes 18 to 30 Price LOO LOOMany 100Many
Many other AUFORM models from fltf LLV to Sjt SjtSold I ISold
Sold by all stores storesWEIKGARTEN
WEIKGARTEN BROS Makers 34 St Bw Bwar r N NT T TStrictly I
1 Strictly Reliable Qualities QualitiesExclusive I
Exclusive Ladies Cloak Suit Furnishing House HouseL
1 L 933 Pennsylvania Avenue AvenueUnusual AvenueUnusual I IUnusual
Unusual Bargains in inFine inFiine inFine
Fine Tailored TailoredIf Suits SuitsIf
If you desire to add a Fine Tailored Suit to your summer summerwardrobe summerwardrobe summerwardrobe
wardrobe this is your YO r opportunity to secure one at a amerely nom nominal nommal ¬
inal price We Ve are offering some of the classiest suits in our lines linesat linesat linesat I
at these greatly reduced prices
25 Tailored Suits Bargain Bargainprice c
price v 91J
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mi miSmall r AA I
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Small SmallLQt Lot of Wash Suits Half E if Price Ptice1O
510 10 Wash Suits S6 5 I 51X60 l35O Wash Suits
12 oTtrto W Wash h Suits 56 6 I I 51500 1500 Wash Suits SuitsWM SuitsWM i
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Th The su11Iag sM wfc berry game fUBe fUBeaM paus u uchlbflity d dasach
asach aM amUsement HmeIIt and IId psentO
chlbflity d ii iiit 1ti Each guest gJI gsO t had Iadto a ato n MtJ5n MtJ5npinned
pinned to her so that ererybody erer bad badto JIiri JIiriw he1O
to o t Ic everybody tee for her ItftSW hOeswOre an answer ¬
swer SW swOre IL Each answer is the aante em of ofa ela ofa
a berry
1 That which shows which Tfsjr ay y the thewind tileWInd thewind
wind Wows ws 2 a barnyard fowl X to tograte 10grate tograte
grate harshly Unitl 4 a satetiy tody mew f ftbe rtile 1the
tile cborch 5 rhymes wWi wIt wItpart tkechatty the thechaffypart
chatty chaffypart part of grain ft a en old maids maWsey
beverage ey 7 7p a game f tee c twe with
kmsi and queens 8 8p a sorry W < < r7 mead meadnet
I net a piece for or teetotalers Mt a
kind of fabric ll author oC f Xadeaa
VIolet 12 l rhea rMeS with 1 l pert t 9t
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lag M 4 a necessary adjunct to > M sew ew r
tog K J a bird H 1 the tII best IT ITa 1 1a 1a
a very KIow w person penoaI peis
1 strawberry wMrry 2 geoseberry 2 2raspberry 2MI
raspberry MI TifT errr 4 Co elderberry e rberry 5 aaa ra raberry
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berry 11 Maekberrr 1 huckle e ¬
berry 13 dewberry 14 tlllAabl tbfeablefcerry ltanY
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pokeberry pokeben
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gift < a hemol 8CHll sf The jrfeacant excitement AreUem Dt
18 I s her he > right and cards are are less Ie8 Nkdy Ilk btoly to togo togo togo
go astray astrayIf
If I no card accompanies a present presentwrite presentwrite t twrite
write at oaee aee to the u store from which it itwa Itwas Itwas
wa was seat When that is rnkxtrwa 1 uks kJt C own WB onecan one enecan e eeaa
can only wait unto inquiries are made II8 II8Wltea ede edeWhen
When ne acknowledgement ae wWgeRteAt has been beenmade beenmade
made de of t a sift tt within six weeks the thecumulate theeuW theponder
ponder should euW write te ask It it W8 re meeved
cef9ed cef9edDo eved evedDo
Do Bet Ie your eur DOtes of tMab ac acCltlftulate accumulate
cumulate Write each evening acknowl ¬
edging he gifts of that t at day ThIs will wi
be impossible just st at the last but you
wilt not spend 9tte d y ye4Ir r booeymeVn heGey hooeymo Mke ke a
bard wock weckIId d secretary
Check off each note notein in yew gift book
as it is 1 written and before sending out outee
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effects eJrectsFenthet3 effectsFeathers
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