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I 10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY KAY 23 1110 1 10
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way1HalleyEdmund 1 1HalleyEdmund Halley Edmund Halley born at atShoredltch atShoreditch atShoredltch
Shoredltch London November 8 81S6 8
1S6 died at Greenwich January 14
1742 A celebrated English astron astronomer astronomer astronorner ¬
omer orner2EdlsonTlomas
omerEdlsonThomas 2 EdlsonThomas Edison Tfcomas Alva Edison Edisonborn Edisonborn Edisonborn
born at Milan Ohio February 11 U1E4i
1 1E4i 14 47 still alive and rrorklng = on many manyelectrical manyelectrical manyelectrical
electrical Inventions The most cele celebrated celebrated celebrate4 ¬
brated electrical electrlcallnveutor Inventor in America America3AgasslzAlexalder America3AgamizAlexader
3 3AgasslzAlexalder Agasslz Alexander Agassiz Ag piz born bornIn bornIn bornIn
In Switzerland December 17 1886 1886died 1 1died 135died
died March 27 1910 on steamer com coming comIng cornIng ¬
ing home from Europe urope An American Americanfor
for so he he always called himself himselfzoologist himselfzoologist elO elOzoologist
zoologist and geologist geologist4Kropat1dr geologist4Kropatkir
4 Kropatkir Prince Peter Kropat KropatWn Kropgtkin Kropotkin
kin born in Moscow in 1S42 still liv living 1fv11I livIng ¬
ing 11I A Russian socialist anarchist anarohbtjrcolceifit anarohlstolcgbt anarchistgeolCglft
jrcolceifit olcgbt and litterateur litterateurAppdles litterateurAppe11es litteratcurAppelles
Appdles AppdlesHonored Appe11esHonored AppellesHonored
Honored As Painter Painter6Appelle Painter6AppellesApeUes
5 6Appelle 6AppellesApeUes Appellee Apellea lived in the thetime thetime thetime
time of Alexander the Great who whohonored whohonored whohonored
honored him 50 o much he forbade any anyother nYother anyother
other to paint his picture Three Threacities Thr Threecities e ecUIEs
cities claimed his birth Colophon ColophonEphesus ColophonEpbesu ColophonEphesus
Ephesus and Cos Co Co6KewtonSlr Cos6IewtonS1r
6 6KewtonSlr lCewton Sir Isaac Newton born bornon bornon bornChristmas
on Christmas Day 1642 died at King Kingston KingIIton Kingston ¬
ston Enlan En lant < March 20 1727 A fa famous famous Ialnous ¬
mous English mathematician and andnatural andnatural andnatural
natural philosopher philosopher7DarwinCharles philosopher7DarwinCharles
7 7DarwinCharles Darwin Charles Robert Darwin Darwinbom D Darwinborn rmnborn
born at Shrewsbury England Feb FbEnglanfl Febroar February
roar U 1 1f9 died t Down Kent KentEnglan KentEnglanEl
Englanfl April A Tll 19 82 82 An English Englishnturalist En Englishnturallt U5b U5bn1turalht
nturalist and founder of the biolog biological bIoIObleal blological ¬
ical theory of evolution evolutionS cyllionsGrcenBernard evluUon8OrcenBernard
S sGrcenBernard Green Bernard R Green Be Bellevlnir BeUevinl Beliesing
llevlnir in the encouragement of our ourhome ourhome ourhome
home industries I am assigning No Nog
8 to our great reat American engineer engineerBernard engineerEfrnard engineerBernard
Bernard R R Green who was the man manmost manmost manmost
most closely assocated with the thebuilding thebulldlng
building of our majrnlflcerit Congres Congressional CongreJiislona1 CongresEona ¬ I
sional Eona Library Being a man going goinsrir
ir and out among us each day I Ihave Ihave
have refrained from touching upon uponthat uponthat uponthat
that tender subject the date of his hisbirth hisbirth hisbirth
birth and it is to ba b hoped he may
be with us many years more to togive togle togive
give us the benefit of his great t sn sngineering < n nclneerins nneerln
clneerins neerln skill skillEuclid skillEuclid skillEuclid
Euclid EuclidThe f fThe I
The Geometrician Geomctiidan9EuclldEucti GeometftclanSEuc1IdEucd
9 9EuclldEucti Euclid Euclid lived UvCd at Alexan Alexandria Alexandra Alexandra ¬
dra abcnt 300 f B B C A Greek geo geometrician geomctrilan geeuietr1lan ¬
metrician and the head of the first flrstmathematical firstmathematical firstmathematical
mathematical school soh 001 ever instituted institutedat
at Alexandria
10 Scarlatti ScarlattiAlessandro Alessandro Scar Scarlatti Scarlatti Scarlatti ¬
latti born in Trapanl Sicily in
1659 155 died at Naples Italy Italy Octo October October Octoher ¬
ber 24 1725 A famous Italian mu musician musician musiclan ¬
sician known as the father of ofmodern ofmodern ofmodern
modern opera
11 Hippocrates Hipp Hip H I p P ocrates ocrateswas ocrateswas ocrateswas
was born 460 B B C In the Island of ofCos otCoso ofCos
Cos There IB i ft a difference of opin opinion opinion opinIon ¬
ion as to the th date of his death but butone butone butone
one of the best authorities tells us ushe U8he ushe
he knew how to moderate his own ownlife ownUte ownlife
life as well as to prescribe for others othersand othersand othersand
and died at the ago of ninetynine ninetynineyears ninetynineyears ninetynineyears
years 361 B B C free from all die disorders dJaorders dieorders ¬
orders of the mind and body known knownas kno knoas
as the father of medlolne
12 Audubon udubonJohn John James Au Audubon Audubon Audubon
dubon born May 4 1780 1 80 died Jan January January Jannary ¬
uary 27 7 1851 A noted American AmericanOrnithologist AmerIcanOrnithologist Americanornithologist
Ornithologist of French descent
13 Llebig LiebigBaron Baron Justus von vonEOS vonLiebIg ronLteb1g
LiebIg born Darmstadt May 8 8IS03
IS03 EOS died at Munich April Apr111S 181S73 181S73L 18 183 183A 1S3celebrated
A L celebrated German chemist
14 LIhnaeus LlhnaeusCaroluB Carolus Linnaeus Linnaeusor
or Karl von on I IJlnll inn i born at Rash Rashuet R3sbuet Bashnet15
uet net15 net15Smaland SmcJand Sweden May 13 18 1817O
1707 101 17O died at TJpsrla Sweden Jan
I SUNPLEATED EFFECTS AGAIN IN FAVOR I
I
Cost of This Garment GarmentIn
In Two T cwo Materials MaterialsFOULARD MaterialsFOULARD MaterialsFOULARD
FOULARD FOULARDlit
lit 14 yards of foulard tou d M 4 Inches Incheswide InchesIc1e incheswide
wide Ic1e 110 e yard J S792 S792yard
yard plain color for trimming trimming4Bc
490 yard yardyard ard 32 32yard 321fs
1fs yard ard allover laoe for yoke and andsie4ves andsle andsIeves
sie4ves sle sIeves ves JL60 LiO yard yardTotal 332 332Total 132Total
Total 9K 9KCHIFFON
CHIFFON TAFFETA TAFFETLis
16 yards of chilQm taffeta 19 19inches 19Inc 19Inches
inches Inc e wide 4c yard yudf1S1 yudf1S11i 731 731yara
1i yara allover lace lacoi IS Inches IncheswWe Incheslde incheswide
wide lde 100 IW yarflv yard S 88
3 yards ard8 banding b bandln ootng for trimming trimmingc
Me c yard 117 117Total 117Total 117Total
Total 989 9S9Daily 989Daily 989Daily
Daily Fashion Talk TalkBy
By FRANCES CARROLL CARROLLTHE CARROLLTHE CARROLLHE
THE HE fashionable foulard in all Its Itsvariations Itsvariations ItsJ
J variations comes in no J1Ore n > oro fetch fetchins fetchIng fetchlog
ins guise than in the sunpleated of effects off offect5s ¬
fects f ts which have just now returned to tofavor tofavor tofavor
favor These sun pleated garments are areat areat areat
at once becoming and practical indeed indeedfor Indeedfor indeedfor
for the th traveler nothing nore conven convenient convenlent ¬
lent could be devised de i8ed since it is almost almostimpossible almostImpoutble almostimpossible
impossible to pack the garment ent in such sucha
a way wa that it does not come forth show showing showIng showlog ¬
ing littie UttJ effects of iU 11 indifferent han handling handUng bandUng ¬
dUng In addition the sunpleated suftt leated gar garment garment garmeat ¬
ment Is smart and attractive and moat moattimes mOettlmes m1ttimes
times berjmlng bto mllng to a degree Discre Discretion DiscretIon Disoretion ¬
tion must be used in the evolution of ofplisse otpUuemateria1 ofPl1se
plisse pUuemateria1 materials and with this in vlow I Iamottering Iam
amottering am offering you a model which I am amsure amsure
sure you ou will 111 find charming for many manyoccasions m manyoccaslons ny nyoccasions
occasions throughout the summer and andfall andfall andfall
fall Thereis There Is little work required in inthe Inthe Inthe
the making of the garment gr which wl whichbe lch may
be successfully evolved either in plain plainor ln lnor
or figured materials The May Manten MantenPatterns ManteRPatterns MantenPatterns
Patterns No 0 I1t37 S7 and MR required may
bo had al Goldenbergs Goldenbergsuary GokleaDergLuary
uary 10 177R 17 Celebrated Swedish Swedishbotanist Swedishbotanist Swedishbotanist
botanist and ad naturalist natur1atFranklin naturalistFranklin naturalistFranklin
Franklin FranklinAmerican FranklinAmcrican FranklinAmerican
American Genius Geniusa
a freedman of Athens Ath Ath1i
15 Franklin FrankUnBenJamln Benjamin Frank Franklin Franklin Frankun ¬
lin born at Boston Bo ton Mas M January
17 1 Iff bitt if died at Philadelphia April
17 179 178 An American philosopher philosopherstatesman pbll0 philosopherstatesman 0pher 0pherstatuman
statesman inventor and diplomat diplomatist ¬
ist istIS IS Caecilius Caecilius Epicus Epicusa Epi us usa
a freedman of Athens about aboutli aboutiO
109 li B C He opened a school > at atHome atRome atRome
Rome and was the first person to toteach toteach toteach
teach reading to the great reat Virgil Virgil1i
17 Napiei Napl61John John Napier born at atManchester atManchester atManchester
Manchester near Edinburgh 1SSO 1SSOdied 115 115dlecl IUOdied
died April 4 117 A Scottish Scottishmathematician SeottIshmathemaUcfan Scottishmathematician
mathematician famous as the in inventor inven Inventor ¬
ventor ven tor of logarithms lo ri thm
18 1 S Diderot DlderotDenla Denis Diderot born bornOctober bornOctober bornOctober
October 5 1713 died July 31 1784 1784A 1184A 1784A
A celebrated French philosopher philosopherand pbll phliooopkerand pker pkerand
and writer writerfails wrIterJlI1s writerM5iss
fails M5iss Johnson went astray on ontiers num nqmdols ¬
bers tiers 1 3 8 14 and IS 1 nevertheless neverthelessher neYertbel neYertbelher neverthelessher
her comments on the men who are arewell arewell arewell
well worth orth knowing about are none nonethe nonetl1e nonethe
the less l 8 interesting interestingI
I knoW by the collection of solutions solutionsat
at hand that the puzzlers in the main mainrelish m1nrelish meAnrelish
relish an easy ane problem and andr 1 am amlooking alllooklng amlooking
looking forward to a very spirited spiritedcontest spiritedconteat spiritedcontest
contest with all sorts of original orlglnalldeas orlglnalldeasand ideas ideasand Ideasand
and conceits to make it memorable memorableFRANCES memorableFRANCES memorableFRANCES
FRANCES CARROLL CARROLLCHERRIES CARROLLCHERRIES CARROLLCHERRIES
CHERRIES CHEAPER CHEAPERAS
AS CROP COMES IN INWeekEnd INWeekEnd INWeekEnd
WeekEnd Demand Forces For es Up UpWholesale UpWhol UpWhoksale
Wholesale Whol ale Price on onAsparagus on onAsparagus onAsparagus
Asparagus AsparagusThe
The arrival of cherries in th the markets marketsin
in larger quantities was v the signal for fora
a drop in prices this th morning Dealer Dealertf Dealertfare Dealeeare Dealerare
are receiving shipments blpmenUlof of the early earlycrops earlycrops earlycrops
crops from farms to Maryland and Vir Virginia VIrgraia VirEIriia ¬
ginia The fruit is of excellent exe ll nt quality qualityand qualityand qualityand
and up to the present time has been beenbringing benbrinKtng beenbringing
bringing prices higher bl b < than straw strawberries strawberries strawberrlea ¬
berries berriesThere berriesThere berrleaThere
There was only one other change in inthe Inthe Inthe
the wholesale produce list today and andthat andthat andthat
that was on asparagus which because becauseof
of a weekend demand was under suf sufficient sufcient ¬
ficient pressure to force the price up upranging uprattging upranging
ranging from UI LSO to 125 per p dozen dozenbunches dozeDbunches dozenbjznches
bunches bunchesThe bunchesThe S SThe
The Ma May slump in the egg maket has hasrun hasrun ha harun
run its course and 21 cents a dozen dozenwholesale dozenwhole6ale dozenwholesale
wholesale is I the prevailing figure From Fromnow Fromnow Fromnow
now on according to the poultry men menthere mentbece menthere
there will be a tendency to an increase increaseCHAMOIS IncreaseCHAMOIS increaseCHAMOIS
CHAMOIS AND SUEDE SUEDEPOPULAR SUEDEPOPULAR SUEDEPOPULAR
POPULAR FOR BELTS BELTSChamois BELTSChamois BELTSChamois
Chamois and undressed suede are aremuch aremuch aremuch
much used for belting in natural colors colorswith calorawith colorsWith
with plain gold buckles and in the ems elastic o1lUtic emstic ¬
tic ribbons bead trimming is also used usedTaffeta usedTaffetrJbbon usedTaffeta
Taffeta TaffetrJbbon ribbon belie to match the tie tieare tieare tieare
are also perennial favorites and are arewave al always alwaYS ¬
ways in good taste with the linen suit ult
A woman requires several belts for forsummer forwmmer forejmmer
summer if she wears tailored suitsat suitsatall suits at ataU atall
all She should have one to match the theeuit theeuit theault
euit and one elaborate jeweled or hand handsome b bandsome nd ndsome ¬
some silver ceinture ceintureFor cetntureFor ceintureFor
For her white linen suits and ging ginghams 81nghamtf 1nghamd ¬
hams she may add as a many more as asher asber asher
her pocketbook can stand standThe standThe standThe
The short 8hortwaI shortwaisted walsted frock has by no nomeans nomoans nomeans
means done away awa with the need for a abelt nbelt abelt
belt or girdle Its position po is shifted up upward up upward upward ¬
ward but wide wI e belts or girdles of satin satinribbon satmribbon satinribbon
ribbon with large buckles are a feat feature footure feature ¬
ure of o many of the tit modified empire empiremodes empireniodes empiremodes
modes
r The Bedtime Beclt me Story StoryPublished StOf StOfPublished
I Published for the thoughtful mothers who bo wish to rend to tothe J the th little littlefolfc lItt lIttJ lIttfolk littleL
folk while they theynre are being tucked Intotheir lato their beds for the night nightTHE RightTHE nightTHE
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THE FLY HOOK HOOKBy HOOKBy HOOKBy
By FARMER SMITH
IISPLASH QPLASHl PLASHl sonjethlns bright and andsparkling andsparklIng andsparklIng
sparkling swooped down into the thelittle thel1tt1e thelittle
little brook right beside Billie Bubble BubbleIt
It carps e so quick that Billie bounced bouncedway boun bouncedway ed eday
way ay up out of the water waterNow waterNow waterNow
Now i wonder onder what that was hethought he 11ethought bethought
thought to himself as he settled back backinto Mckinto backinto
into the brook again againThere againlhere againThere
There comes comes a little flsh fu h Ill ask him himxrtmt himWhat himwhat
What that Is IsHello isHello isHello
Hello little Fish said Billie Bubble Bubblecan Bubb Bubbcan Bubblcan
can you teU me what that bright little littlething littlething littlething
thing Is l that is floating fto t1ng around in the therater theater7 e eWnter7
Wnter7 rater ater7Where
raterWhere
Where asked the little fish flshRight fishnpJght fishBight
Right there besldo you said little littleBillie UttleBUlle littleBillie
Billie Bubble BubbleThe BubbleThe BubbleThe
The little fish sh turned around and andecoot ande andecooti
ecoot e ooU he had vanished out of sight so soquickly So Soquickly soquickly
< quickly that little Billie Bubble began beganto
to think Irik ho hadnt even been there thereThat there thereThat
That was as ayunnjay alunni v forthafcjQsbto iorthatftth to toJ 1
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act saki little Billie Bubble as he h went wenton wenton wenton
on his way wayWay wayWay wayWay
Way down the brook Billie Bubble Bubblefound Bubblefound Bubblefound
found the little lItuo fish hiding behind a a big bigatone bIg bIgstone bigstone
stone atoneWhat
What made you go so quickly asked askedBOlle askedBnlte askedBillie
Billie Bubble BubbleI
I dklnft go any an too fast to suit me mesaid mesaid met metsaid
said the little Ash with a shiver If Ifthat Ithat Ifthat
that bright little thing you saw MW had got gotten gotten gotton ¬
ten hold of me I would not be nere nerenow 1le 1lenov e enow
now S SVhat
nowWhat What was it it asked little BillIe filled filledwith filledwith5
with curiosity curiosityThats curiosityThats curiosityThats
Thats what hat Is called a flyhook flyhooksnidthe flYhooksnfd flybooksaid
snidthe said the little fish its very pretty
but it is not for little fish I had n i little
brother who went too close to one of
those things and he was pulled right up
out of the water and I have hav never seen s n
him since Whenever we fish h see one of
those things we scoot I can toll you ou
Well rm glad you got away awa In time timesaid
said little Billie So am I gladl tlmet sa satd
thji thItUefisb little e flsh
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SWEET POTATOES POTATOESSCARCE POTATOESSCARCE POTATOESSCARCE
SCARCE IN MARKET MARKETEnd
End of Season Near at Hand and andDemand andDemand andDemandfor
Demand Demandfor for Them Not NotGresr NotGre NotGrer
Gresr GresrThe Gre GrerThe r rThe
The sweet potato alike the Irish Irishvariety Irbhrletr IrishvaTiSty
variety rletr is not an alltii aJlth6er allteyearvetable allteyearvetableIt year vegetable vegetableIt Vt etable etableIt
It bae h its season in ii e e fall and winter wintermonths vlntermonttNI wintermonths
months and during the summer te i not notlooked DOtlooked notlooked
looked upon with particular favor ta r The Theend Tbeend Theend
end of the season fo b sweets is fast fastapproaching tutapproacbtnl fa t tapprochlng
approaching approacbtnl and there are few of them themon themon them themon
on the market nor are re they in great greatdemand greatdemand greatdemand
demand demandYams demandYams demandYams
Yams which are ikwcly J akin to the thesweet thepeet theweet
sweet potato thougl coarser are ar usual usually u usually uaJ uaJly ¬
ly cheaper but one of the big bI cora coramfeeion comr cernnIselon
mfeeion dealers said this morning morntngthat that thatgood thatgood i
good yams will bring 118 much ae sweets sweetsat I
at the present pre ent time timeSpring timeSprt timeSpring
Spring Sprt chickens are a cent lower in intodays Intodays Intods
todays wholesale price list ll list t but aside asidefrom asldotrom asidefrom
from that cnange nnt the tracing tra4 today todaywas todywu todaywas
was generally at the quotations quot oD that thatWASHING thatI thatprevailed
prev prevailed ed during last week weekWASHING weekWASHING
I
WASHING RUGS RUGSWITHOUT RUGSWTHOUT RUGSWITHOUTSHRINKING
WITHOUT WITHOUTSHRINKING WITHOUTSHRINKINGTack SHRINKING SHRINKINGI
I Tack the rag rd on a Wt of bare floor floorthe fioorthe floorthe
the back piazza being as good 8 Pace pteceas paceas
as any anyScrub anyScrub anyScrub
Scrub thoroughly ili rouJhlY with warm ammonia ammoniaaude ammenlal ammoniasuds
suds mtd and rinse with many clean waters Vwter3until watersuntil atereuntil
until the soap Is removed removedLet removedLet removedLet
Let the rug dry en the floor r without withoutremoving v1tb09tremovlrw wlthostremoving
removing the tacks theA take it up and andH andI
I I H t will not shrink roll or pull pullout out outshape of ofshape 08bape
shape shapeA
A preparation for washing rugs and andcarpets andcarpets andcarpets
carpets is made of four ounces of any anyJood anygood j jgood
good white soao dissolved in four ounces ouncesot
3 ot boilIng water wh whJ1 n cold add five fiveounces fiveounces I Iounces
II ounces of ammonia aftJ1 ae nmouIa a 4 wo and onehalf onehalfounces onehalfounces I
ounces of alcohol two and onehalf onehalfounces onebalrouncefII oneMitounces
ounces of glycerine and two and one onehalf onehalf I Ibalf
half ounces ounc of chloroform bottle and andcork andcork
cork tightly tightlyTo tldttlyTo tightlyTo II
To clean < a cnrpet add a teaspoon of oftjw oft
tjw t preparation to a pail of tepid water wateran waterant ateranl I
an ant i wring wrtn the soap > ap from thl thlThe thltl thltlThe thlThe
The same preparation n te also useful usefulfor usefulfor usefulfor
for cleaning mens clothing c1othln Two table tablespoons tab1e8OO0n8 tablespoons ¬
spoons to a pint of water will remove removethe
the most obstinate stains stainsBEWARE WnBEWARE i iBEWARE
BEWARE OF FRUITS FRUITSWHICH FRUITSWHICH FRUITSWHICH
WHICH ARE STALE STALEIn
In choosing fruits and vegetables vegetablesovery vesetablesovery vegetablesevery
overy care should be taken to insure insureperfect insureperfect Insureperfect
perfect freshness and ripeness s Vegeta Vegetables Vegetables Vegetables ¬
bles should be fresh to the eye crisp to tothe tothe tothe
the touch and have a cool refreshing i iodor i
odor withered or decayed deca vegetables vegetablesarn I IarfJ
are extremely unwholesome unwholesomeStale unwholesomeSt1e unwholesomeStale
Stale vegetables as well as fruit are arequite arequIte arequite
quite as injurious to health as tainted taintedmeat talnteclmeat taintedmeat
meat but but because the smell of stale stalevegetables stal stalvegetable stalevegetables
vegetables is not so disagreeable di as that thatof thatof thatof
of meat and fish people are not so par particular partlcular particular ¬
ticular
GARDENS POSSIBLE POSSIBLEEYEN POSSIBLEEIEN
ffllNTBITY1 ffllNTBITY1Narrow EYEN IN THE CITY CliiNarrow CITYN
Narrow N arrow Shady Strip I Be Between Between Between ¬
tween Houses Will Sup Support Support Support ¬
port Ferns FernsTher FernsTher FernsTimer
Ther is nothing like a garden gar en for di diverting diverting diverting ¬
verting your mind from the petty pet wor worries worrIes worries
ries of daily existence Therefore get geta
a garden cardanYou gardenYou gardenYou
You may have no more planting space spacethan spacethan spacethan
than a a narrow shaded strip between betweentwo etweentwo betweentwo
two city houses yet > et you can have a adeal adeal adeal
deal of satisfaction out of your ouradon ouradonture adven adventure advonture ¬
ture One of the most successful wild wildgardens wildgardens wildgardens
gardens imaginable is in Juet such suchlocation a alocation alocation
location locationThe locationThe locationThe
The owner has planted It full of ferns fernswild ternswilf fernswild
wild azaleas violets Jacklntbepalplt Jacklntbepalpltandother JaokinthepnlpitI
andother I end nd other hardy hardy plants that grow in inshaded Inshaded inshaded
shaded woods He adds leaf mold and andstones andstones andstonos
stones to give a a more homelike soil soUand soiland j jand
and keepsthe keeps the ground well watered tered in infall Intall Infall
fall ho puts on decaying leaves for an anenrich anenricher anenricher
enrich enricher enricherFerns enricherFerns or orFerns
Ferns FernsWill FernsWill i iWill
Will Grow In Shade ShadeIf Shadeour
If r your our yard is very shady perhaps perhapsyou pechPY perhapsYOU
you Y U can grow nothing but ferns along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the fence trailing morning stories over overIt overit j jit
it It These vines will grow anywhere anywhereindeed anywhereIndeed
indeed the thing is to keep them from fromgrowing fromgrowing
growing Day lilies can be mixed in inantong Inamong
among the ferns and you might try an aaedging anedging
edging of o sedum which doesnt mind mindshade mindshad mindshade
shade shadeAs shadeAs
As the native ferns transplant easily easilyto
to the garden they will WI be an incentive incentivefor JncenUeI
for you and your our family to ramble in inthe inthe
the woods on half holidays and Sun Sundays Bunda Sundays ¬
days da Take plenty of soil around roots roeteand roetsand rootsand
and wrap in wet paper if you nave no nobasket nobasket
basket to protect from heat ori Othomeward your yourhomeward
homeward bom oard walk walkProtection walkProtection aIk aIkProtection
Protection ProtectionFrom ProtectionFrom ProtectionFrom
From Wind Needed NeededOstrich NeedPdOstrich NeededOstrich
Ostrich and cinnamon ferns will prob probably probably ¬
ably abl do best but all varieties should b u1d be beexperimented beexperlmentod beexpeHmant
experimented with Put in spots pro protected proteded protected ¬
tected from winds or they th y will shrivel shrivelProtect shrlvolPrntect shrivelProtect
Protect from hot sun give plenty of ofwater otwater ofwater
water and mulch with 1th leaf mold in the thefall thefaU thefail
fall and your fernery will be a delight delightour delightIt
It you have unsightly clothes poles In Inyour inyour
your our garden train them with Japanese Japaneseop Japanesehop
bop op nasturtiums n gourds or flowering o enDg
bean it will be too Jate te to start them
from seed save perhaps s nasturtiums nasturtluma1It I
Hut 1It the started vines are not expensive expensiveand expensiveand ve
and transplant tran plant easily
If you have a low iron fence trial trialal0At trialalon i ialone
alone al0At alon the top of it the flowering bean beanwhich benal beanwhIch
which alrows STOWS quickly and is very orna ornaBails ornaIDa emnamental
mental al
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Bails aiI2 Horoscope HoroscopeThe
The stars Incline fRcUne but do not notTneaday DotcompeL notcompel
compeL compeLTuesdny compelTuesday
Tuesday Mar 24t Z4 1910 1910In 1910In
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A A FIERY sign arises this day Jupiter Jupl r
boWe a favorable poeiUon but the thesun tkesun thesun
sun and Moroury are antagonistic antagonisticDifficulty antagonisticDltnculty antagooigtcDifilculty
Difficulty in money matters matt era te indi indicated Sodlcated Iadlcated ¬
cated by these aspects Loss by b specu ¬
lation te in the sign signIntercourse signIntercourse signIntercourse
Intercourse with persons whe wh lack lackstrict JIlekstrIet lackstrict
strict honor must be avoided They Theyare Th9Yare Tbyare
are almost t certain to be imbued today todaywith todaywith
with the overwhelming desire to cheat cbeatand < cheatand eat eatand
and betray betrayAll betrayAll betrayAll
All who have weak weaj characters or are areeasily areeuUy areeasily
easily led and tempted d must exercise exereteetheir uerel exercisetheir loP loPtbelr
their utmost force MCe of mind and morals aioralstoday mOCa mOCatGday moralstoday
today to keep away from snares and andpitfalls aDC1Pitfalls andpitfalls
pitfalls There Is a sign of imprison imprisonment 1m1rSeomenta Impriseamont ¬
mont mentaPenIOns montPeronn mentPersons
Persons who incline to speak IHpf IHpfothers III pf pfothers c cothers
others and especially e witty people with withsharp withshrp withsharp
sharp tongues will suffer if they do not notabstain nOt nOtab notabstain
abstain ab ta1n entirely from criticism or gossip gossipIn
In these coming forty fortylght ight hours hoursEnergetic hoursEnergaUc hoursEnergetic
Energetic and domineering people will willbe wUlbe willbe
be under evil Influences that incline iDclin8them Inclinethem inclinethem
them to oeractlvity and to Jmpetu0 impetuousattempts impetuous impetuousattempts 6 6attempts
attempts to do more than is possible possibleEmployers pos IbleEmploY81S possibleEmploynre
Employers should cultivate forbear forbearance forbearance orbearaC6 ¬
ance toward towa employes in such periods periodsEmployes periods1mployes periodspmployos
Employes on their part must bend bandtheir bend1helr bendtheir
their best efforts tothe accomplishment accomplishmentof
of tasks tasksConcentration tasksConcentration tasksConcentration
Concentration andpatlence are ar the two twoqualities twoQuaJltl twoqualities
qualities QuaJltl that will prove most success successful suocesful successful ¬
ful in these twentyfoar hours hoursJupiters hoursJupiters hoursJupiters
Jupiters favor shines for business and andfavors andfavors aidsavors
favors workers especially salespeople salespeopleand sale peop16 peop16and
and clerks clerksThe clerksThe clerksThe
The day should be excellent for hiring hiringmen hiringmen hiringmen
men or women for or any work workIt workIt
It should be a lucky day for all con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned in any trade that handles food foodstuffs t tstuUs foodstuffs ¬
stuffs liquids woolen materials a arid aridmlneiaJs andminerals xid xidminerals
minerals mineralsWomen mlneiaJsWomen mineralsWomen
Women and men with this birth date dateare dateare datearc
are under signs that promise good hap happenings happenfngs happenings ¬
penings during the twelvemonth They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are under Venus and Mercury MercuryChildren MercurChildren MercuryChildrenborn
Children Childrenborn born today are ruled by stars starsi sinisthat
i that make for eloquence talent for art artand artand artand
and great pride
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PRESSURE OF CORSETS CORSETSMADE CORSETSlVlADE CORSETSMADE
MADE TO BEAR BEARONHIPS BEARONHIPSBy ON HIPS HIPSBy
By Modern Device Orgaps of Abdomen Abdo en Are Supported Supportedand
and Indigestion Often Caused By Tight Cloth Cl Qdthing Clothing th thing ¬
A
ing Is Averted
r 7ITH ITS ti the e aid of perfect t roe roei mecnlnlcal
WITH 1 i I chnnloal adaptation the pros proswire preIIsuce prosV
V V wire of correct corsets now nowadays nowadays nowadays ¬
adays has been taken off the thesoft thesoft thesoft
soft organs of the body and put UpoA uponsolid UpoAGlkl upoaId
solid Id flesh The hips and the flesh por portion portion pertiori ¬
tion of the back bear the t e side and back backpressure backpressure I
pressure and by a cither device the theconcentration UteconcentratJon theconcentration
concentration of the prosre preer proareon on the ab abdomen abdoin6n abdoinen ¬ I
domen le centered on tke lower abdo abdomen Momen abdoinca ¬
men and is made to bear upward u ward brac bracinir bracIng braclug
lug up the abdomen and giving
sap sapport 11port support >
port to all the abdominal organs organsAs 01g1lDAs organsAs
As a consequence a little higher up upover UPover upover
over the stomach section t1on theN te no nopressure nopresehre nopreesure
pressure no distress after a full ilL 1 meal mealthe me1the mealthe
the stomach betas free to do o Ha work workundisturbed 1OrkundlstvrbM workundIsturb
undisturbed In the same manner the thesection thesection
section below the diaphragm may de descend de decend doscend ¬
scend for f9 a deep breath without distress
Also the heart heart1 is guarded and left free
to beat regularly and steadily without mtAoutJ18IIIIU18 withoutpressure withoutpressure
pressure or crowdIng crowdlneThe cro1dlnrThe crowdIngThe
The perfect waistline for 11 a woman i ithe Is
the circle although it may sound pecu ¬
liar to her to hear it classed as snob snobThe seeeliThe
The more nearly round a waist is the themore themore themore
more nearly n arJ7 perfect it A
appears wo woman woman weman ¬
man who to i flattened from befosi < to toward to towarn toward ¬
ward the back looks rather peculiar peculiarAnswers eCUllalAnswers peculiarAnswers
Answers to Queries QueriesFrom QueriesFroJfl QuerIesFropi
From Times Thn Readers ReadersTo
To Make Rose Jar JarL
L 1 T N NTbece There are many different differentways differentways
ways 8 of making mak1 g a rose roe jtr j In a recent recentseuo
issue seuo of The Times Womans VOiJta Page I Ipublished Ipubllsbed Ipublished
published an excellent rxmda In re response re reIiPOIIIH rssponee ¬
sponse to your request am publishing pttMttrinsa
a recipe somewhat different from tr that thatalrpady thtalreadY thatalrpudy I
alreadY printed in the th these column columnGather oolWDU columnsGather
Gather the rose petals when bell the Woe btoaeoaw WoeBOlDS biossome
BOlDS are in their richest rtcbe bloom aDd be becareful ecareful becareful
careful that th the leave lea are nei damp dampwith dampwith
with ate or dew Pack IA a a 18 Jar in inlayers iDlayen inlayers
layers two t1 inches deep sprinkling bout ibouttwo bouttwo bouttwo
two tablespOOnfuls tabl of fine AiM dry sal over overeach 0 0e oereach
each e layer lqerConURue layerContinue layerContinue
Continue thus tlw until the jar is Ailed flUedadding Aileda4d1nS filledadding
adding fresh petals and salt dally Sly Pat Patby rutby Putby
by in a cool dry place and about a aweek aw aweek
week w k after the aaal naI layer 17 of o salt sad aadrose aacIroee sadroses
rose as lies been added turn out upon a abroad abro abread
broad shallow dish or platter sad mix mixand mixamid
and lose until the leaves ar are freed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the mass they will be IB when flwt flwtturned ftnttturned flrtturned
turned out of the lb Jar JarWhen r rWhen
When quite free tr add onehalf ounce ounceof ouaceor ounceof
of violet powder ODe ounce vlTie n root rootonehalf rootOIaACe rootonehalf
onehalf ounce rose powder po w er onehalf onehalfeuace seehalfounce
ounce euneeheUotrope heliotrope powder onehalf OIMbatt os hslf tea teaspoonful teaspoonful
spoonful of mace onefourth taaeooon taaeooonful teaspoonful t
ful of cinnamon onehalf teaspoonful of ofdoves ofelov ofdoves
doves elov four drop of oil of roses ten tendrops teadrops tendrops
drops oil chirta l twenty drops eps oft oe oellssao melease
lease 1 twenty drops oft of enealyptu enealyptuten 61C81ptuIIten
ten drops bergamot be amOt and two drachms dracb of ofalcohol ataJco ofalcohol
alcohol alcoholAfter oIAtter
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After tossing until UI Ute leaves ar arthoroughly ar arthoroughty amthoroughly
thoroughly impregnated 1m with the comb combination combDation coenbination ¬
nation of drugs dre s pack into a dean jar jarcover jarcoyer jarcover
cover and put by for a fortnight to toripen toripeR torin
ripen ripenUNIQUE ripeRUNIQUE
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UNIQUE UNIQUE TRIMMING TRIMMINGFOR TRIMMINGFOR I
FOR CHILDS DRESS DRESSBlue
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Blue and white India Del print cut into intobtae Intobias
bias stripe of varying width makes an anexcellent anexcellent i iexcellent
excellent trimming trl for f a childs chad dress dressHere d dressHsre 1 1Here
Here is something somet bing unique and yet yetbeautiful 7ftbeuUfat yetbeauUful
beautiful that will not fade and Is by byno byno byno
no means mea too oldlookup eldlookin for a little littlegirL lIttlegirL I
girL girLIndia girLIndia
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India print is an altogether aU gther desirable desirableand eslrsbleand fabI I IaDd
and durable stuff ia color and quality qualityand qualityand i
and can be used on fine or coarse white whitelinen wWtelnen whitelinen
linen without wtt t the least danger ager of the thecolors thecolors thecolors
colors spreading rate the white surfaces surfacesButtons wrraee1 surfacesButtons
Buttons covered with the print will wul4d willa4d willa4d
a4d 4d style and then toe the end of ma material materisi ¬ I
terial you have left wil w1 J do for forrouoo a band bandround
i round the dark blue or white strawUL strawhat straw strawhat
hat
CRACKER PUDDING PUDDINGFor
For cracker pudding taka six or eight eightsoda eightIMIda eightsods
soda crackers onehalf dozen eggs onehalf one ODebel onehsJf
half bel cup of sugar one quart milk milk one onehalf onibal onehalf
half bal grated nutmeg Roll the crackers crackersoat crackerstlat crackerswit
oat Cottoo Dot hot too thin Mix Ux with half the cus custard tustard US UStard ¬
tard thea pour the other half over the thetop thetop thetop
top with one or two small pieces plEC of but butter lmtter ¬
ter paced p aced on it t Bake in a qtu Qullk k v n
Her Ne waist wafotost t a reU sad 1 1th 1 1thonsh
th It mei be U fl It is esiiapy
Jr Most ost IE ftgwea are mchned IadtDed170ftt a rass the thefront thefront
front of the Ui waist but corsets eenetaday aowa aowadays aewodays
days are so constructed coatra ted that they do doaway 60away doaway
away with this flatness and they are arearranged areed arearranged
arranged ed to give the most ease at Just Justthis Jimathis
this part It to at the wsJstttae where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the fumes t1I to most encouraged but butwhen batwbea butwhen
when the corset to properly adjusted adjustedthis juated
this ugly flatness and fuloess disap IeapJexw dlesppealu disappears ¬
pears end I Instead there is a beautiful beutlt1dWOIIMIl beautifulcurve beautifuleurve
curve curveWomen
Women who are inclined to have trou trouble troable trOitble ¬
ble with the stomach should ah remember rememberwhat rememberwhat rememberwhat
what properly constructed corsets of ofcertain otertaJn Ofcertain
certain makes do for the stomach Al Almost Almoet Almost ¬
most every case of delicate stomaehas stomach stomachhas
has a tends spot over it It in the center oeaterp centerjust
just t below be1o the ribs ribsThe ribsTb
The Tb pressure of an ordinary corset on onthis
this tender place aggravates the stone stomach wmeh stoneacli ¬
ach trouble and may cause e grave din disorders ctfaorders dinorders ¬
orders After After a full meal we have all
felt the shrinkage from a blow some someone OIIMODe someone
one playfully tries to ten JaI1 over the thestomach thestomach
stomach stomachIt tomacbIt
It is natures recoil Constant pre pressure presure prossure ¬
sure here In the same me way te distress ¬
lug and many women WIth delicate delicatestomachs delicateatoneacha
stomachs who were > badly d1y fitted Itteciare tted corsets corsetsare corsetaare
are in miserable discomfort ort after dinner dinneruntil dinaerunW dinneruntil
until they can remove them The atom stomerly 1Itomach atomach
ach Ja cramped II that It cannot prop
erly carry out its movements so im ¬
portant to digestion and the constant constantpressure constantpressure
pressure = 18 and discomfort 4U will bring in ¬
digestion uon which may finally result i Sa
organic disease of this organ organI orpaI organI
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I DRESS SUGGESTIONS SUGGESTIONSVery I IVery Iare
Very striking are the long Jonof evening eveningglove evenIngglove
glove of white suede with the back backstitching bukatttchfag bsckstItching
stitching oC tn the seanw done in black blackSome blackSOnic
Some of the handsome 1 new MWa waters swuaternare watersare
are a of white with large aHr collar collarand collarand otlarand
and cnC Jn color colorThe eoIarThe colorThe
The ehanteder ebaa cbantsd belt plo nay be in gilt gUtor gOtor giltor
or sliver with tile t rooster r 3Md ssd in gold goldand Oldred goldand
and red redi redRough
i Rough redRDqb straws are L decidedly smart this thisseason tbiaeuon thisseason
season and the rougher the straw aw the theExceedingly tMJDOre themore
more costly the hat JI be
Exceedingly E y effective are the theeveAiD oae onepiece onepieceevening piece pieceevening
evening < coats of broadcloth trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with Persian bandtes or a border of ofeffective
effective metal embroidery embr idel7
Ls Large > rg flat buttons covered eo eveu with silk silkor aUkor silkor
or velvet are used for trinuntes t on
some of tne tailored coats and coetnnes
Linen cretonnes are being used for
blouses to wear with tailored suits this thisyear thisyear
year They are strictly tailored of t
course courseDUSTING COUrMDUSTING courseDUSTING
DUSTING CAP MADE MADEFROM MADEFROM MADEFROM
FROM HANDKERCHIEF HANDKERCHIEFVisit
Visit to Any DcpartmeatStore Department ore Will VHIProvide Willp WillProvile
Provide p Material for Neat NeatAdornment NeatAdornment NeatAdornment
AdornmentJJleU7 Adornment AdornmentA
A pretty and practical destiny 4 cap caphandkerchiefs capmar capmay
mar be made from ODe Of o tile fa
handkerchiefs nc which CM be few hi fa1moet Incost
i almost cost any denrtmeat d store The mob mobcap bcap mebcap
cap pattern is a good od one to use M it itis itis itis
is attractive and covers the hair wett wettTo wdiTo
To make this cap the handkerchief handkerchiefshould
should be folded in half straight across acrossped acrossand
aaad th the two baI halves 0 tI th border wtaIp
peel together 10 at one end en4 for the top of ofthe
the th cap This Is then laid In firebox fireboxplaits fire box boxplaitS
plaits wJdch are featherstitched Itclaed Itclaedto acres acresto
to bold them in inand 3n1ace 3n1aceThe DIaee I
T The e peaked aI III 1bea tbe tt he heand
and fattened to the crown The cap
is ntt fitted d at the back by two box MsIIIa Dtatts Dtattsat jilotlaat
at the edjre held 14 down by b feather featherstttching featherstitching
stttching i iAIDING Th beOblU points at a tM sI4e are areturned areao
ao turned back OIl the caP c5a and fasten fastens
6 down OOW1LAIDING downAIDING
AIDING AN INVALID INVALIDTO INV ALID ALIDTO
TO HELP HIMSELF HIMSELFInstead
Instead of putting two or three pd pdtows pitlows
lows in an invalids chair Ir which will willkeep wfIlkeep willkeep
keep you busy shaking them up all the thetime thetime thetime
time t t7 7 this Take a cotton comfort comfortthose comfortuHl1 comfortthose
those u uHl1 1 as 1 coven tOV tack on seat and andmore aD41IIIdt andheck
heck of the chair You will 1IDd nd this thI8JDOIe thismore
more comfortable Then get two small smallboards smaI1boarM emailboards
boards and Jd tack these on both sides sidesOn stdeOn sidesOn
On oix > side books and papers can be bekept bekept bekept
kept on the other a glass of water waterand at ataDd waistand
and medlclae medlclaeAnother me41cIDeADOtber medidneAnother
Another board can be placed p across acrossthe acIOMthe acrossthe
the two and this win fun the tame tameTit taMeTN tableThe
Tit TN invalid isval caB wait on himself a great greatdeal greatdeal at atdeal
deal this way which will save ssy ssymany Ye Yemn7 you youi
i many steps
stepsCAFE
CAFE MOUSSE MOUSSEBeat
Beat the yolks of three eggs add one onecup ODecup onecup
cup T nf > f hot strong coffee and cook one oneminute ODeminu oneminute
minute minu cool ool add one pint of orcnam whipped whippedcream whippedcream
cream and one cup up of sugar Pack m ID infrzer a afreezer 8rri
freezer rri e and let t > t stand without stirring sttrrtocsY
sY Ti or r oi fight ght ht hour
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to toSeshywornen fi nywom n They Theyb 1 1accomplish
b accomplish a reduc reduclion reducC
C lion of one to five fiveinches j jiflChCS
inches in lfl hips and andabdomen andabdomiiznaidedby
abdomen abdomiiznaidedby unaided by bybands S Sbands
bands strlpS or at attachments e etachmentsoEnnysrt
tachments tachmentsoEnnysrt of any s m mREDUSO S SREDUSO
I IS Iiciured
As Asictured
REDUSO Style TIQ
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bast incurved waist Jong over overhips overhips
hips and abdomen Durable conti contior
or ba batiste ste 3 pairs hose supporters foupportersSJzes supportersSizes
Sizes 19 l9to to 36 PM 310 310REDUSO 300 S SREDUSO
REDUSO Style 774 Similar t tStyle ti tiStyle
Style 170 Superb Diamond DiamondCloth DiamondCloth
Cloth material materialSizes materialSizes
Sizes 19 to 36 Price 500 500w 500 S
w B NUFO NUFORM rf Style 478 As Asdured Aspictured
pictured dured For31erage For erage igures iguresMedium gures guresMedium
Medium bust in inurved rved waist waistxtra S SI
I xtra skirt length arable > coutU coutUand I Iaudbatiste
and audbatiste batiste Supportes attached attachedSizes attachedSizes
Sizes 18 to 30 Price 100 100Numerous iooNumeroI1
Numerous attractive NUFORM NUFORMmodels
models om 100 to 500 500Sold
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WORK WORKBY BY INVALIDS INVALIDSAN
AN INSPiRING SIGHT SIGHTArticles SIGHTArticles
Articles Exhibited Show ShowGood ShowGood ShowGood
Good Result of Keeping KeepingAfflicted K KepingAfflicted eping epingAfflicted
Afflicted Employed EmployedOLD EmployedOLD EmployedOLD
OLD MEN INDUCED INDUCEDTO INDUCEDTORUN INDUCEDRUN
TO TORUN RUN A JIGSAW JIGSAWi JIGSAWManual JIGSAWJanutd JIG SAW SAWManual
i S
Manual Labor Helps the e Insane Insaneand Insaneandt11e Insaneand
and andt11e the Incurables in State StateI StateIastitutions StateIasttutions
I Institutions InstitutionsArtleles IastitutionsArtIdM IasttutionsArddes
Artleles made ay invalids formed an ansajbt aDOr an1a
Or 1 sajbt a at the exhibit recently recentlythe y
heM s New Yo c M cenneetlen cenneetlenthe eeUenwtth eeUenwttht
the convention of the tb Americas AaerIe Society Societyof
e f Superintendents deat of o Training Schools Schoolsfor sChoolsfOr Schoolsfor
for Norse NorseArticles NaneIr NursesArticles
Articles made by onehanded persons personsweekminded perMOSweekmlDded personsWeekminded
weekminded lid toy b paralytics even evenby evenDT evenby
by tiny dB invalid invalid5 of kindergarten age ageall ar agenIl
all these and nd many others are ares80WD ares80WDSMws shown shewnSIwws shownSbews
SIwws BeaeStial Hearts HeartsIf
If Florence Nightingale Np 1e who w has ba done dOcsBauch doneso
so much 0 fOr invalids bad witnessed wItJMM the thebat theJMUtbI theresults
results abs doubtless would have ve felt teltamply feltamply
amply rewarded for her early J
bat Miss Xfehtiagafe N 6ot1 is a 2 feeble te women womanof
of fnteoty ninety and her nor home is in Jar r off offLondon ohThe 4 4Loadoa
London LoadoaThe LondonThe
The oThihttton A is i meant eaat to show the theI
beneficial I results of occupation ttoa OH many
larsen of invalidism Statistic tistIc from fromthe romtJao fromthe
the board of health demonstrated how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much good had been done by iatroduo
ins manual labor into the city fatatKu fatatKuinvauos Institulions
lions for the th insane Dd tAe Incurable
invauos Invalidsbow now the th live of the inmates tes
brighten brIh by having something to do doexhmtelrom
Lean exhmtelrom exhibits from the th handicraft shops shopsLroS
at Xarb liarbiebead 1IIa where the nerv erv
ouI7 > LroS broken 2 o1D 3 3 ° to seek r re tora ra
lion by quiet work under
Bedlcal TOUC suid 50 > Q QQueer
DOe ne were also displayed dtapteyedTOUC displayed1neer 7ed 7edQtteer
Queer Things T Shown Shownof ShownIa
Ia the collection
of tools
a sort 1Ortof sortof
of knitting Jag rake invented e ted bjr b a a atoe n nurse nursefor rse rsefor
for the use of cripples strapped to a
hoard hoardDoll bes
bOenlDoll besthlrs S
Doll chairs zaa4e mdetom from the theof wfefafeoaeL wfefafeoaeLof
of ducks was a device of f tJris same eamonnrpe MmODUIM samenurse
nurse nnrpePatehwork nursePatchwork
DUIMPatchwoc1t
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IQp aDd stenetMugs g told oC souls res reecued
cued front despair 1 by T useful Work Be Bebind Behind
hind some jlpaw gamw p a3Je t ec from aa old oldfclka oldklka oldf1ka
fclka home lurks th the story of some old oldmen oldBmt oldmen
men sunk in
laztaeas The nurse nursecoddnt JtUrieco nurseco
co coddnt 1IdJat rouse them to use the jigsaw jigsawmufl jigsawuntil w w111II8
until she bethought her to attar these thesemagic tltuawonta thesemagic
magic words wordsTh wontarIM wordsThe
rIM Th women want this now w They Theycan TheyeaJI Theycan
can make money with it itThat It ItTIIat ItThat
That was enough The old men made madethe madethe madethe
the Jigsaw hum and their side of the theborne thehome theborne
borne became a sunnier place placeThe placeThe
The exhibit will remain at Teachers T TCOIIe
College New York city until Jeae 1 1CREOSOTE L jnd
aacl nd may be Mea every week day from froma
t a a JD until i a aCREOSOTE p ne neCREOSOTE
CREOSOTE IS USED USEDTO USEDTO USEDTO
TO CURE BUNIONS BUNIONSWhen
6 6When
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When properly used creosote te said saidto saidto saidto
to be aa infallible remedy foe boatans boatansGet 1MmIonsGet bunInnsGet
Get S cents worth of creosote aadan aadanaoiac and an anbe anssSnc
aoiac ia be hunkm ion wtth a earners hair hairbruah heirkaIIIa baitbr
bruah br or feather at night when yon re remove re re180ft ismove ¬
move your hose and a agate in the morn morning morn1tefOle mornlag ¬
lag before putting puttii them an eu beto care carefvl earef111 care1st
fvl not to Touch laY part of the tileexcept foot footexcept footexcept
except tbebenioB tbebenioBContinue the bunion bcDioDCoDUDue bunionContinue
Continue this daily until the sate is isentirely isentirely
entirely relieved Thi This w will l not reduce reducethe reducethe redurethe
jmdre17 the bone if already enlarged but b will willcertainly willcertainly
certainly cure If persteted ed in aad d pm pmI nre nrevat
vat att enlargement t of bone boneWHOLE boDeWHOLE boneWHOLE
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WHOLE WHEAT PUFFS PUFFSBeat
Beat together until perfectly smooth
the yolk of one egg a cupful aDd a a half halfof halfof
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