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I 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY MO MAY 30 1910
MUCH DISCUSSION DlSGUSSIONOF
OF LAST PUZZLE PUZZLEControversy PUZZLEControversy PUZZLEControversy
Controversy as to Whether WhetherWashington WhetherWashington WhetherWashington
Washington or Lincoln LincolnWasNoblest LincolnWas LincolnWasNoblest
WasNoblest WasNoblestAUTHORS Was WasNoblestAUTHORS uN oblestH oblestHAUTHORS
AUTHORS OWN OWNLIST OWNLISTGIVEN OWNLISTGIVEN LIST LISTGIVEN
GIVEN AS CORRECT CORRECTBig
Big Jump Taken From Countrys CountrysGreat CountrysGreat CountrysGreat
Great Men to Latest in inAutos inAutos inAutos
Autos AutosPRIZES AutosPRIZES AutosPRIZES
PRIZES OFFERED OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE OFFEREDPUZZLE
PUZZLE SOLVERS SOLVERSWeekly
Weekly prizes of five three andtwo and andtvro nndtwo
two dollar respectively are given givento
to the contestant for the puzzle puzzleprinted puzdeprloted puzzleprinted
printed on the AVoinans OlUon Fnjce of otthe ofthe ofilie
the Sunday evening edition of The TheTlmeit TheTime TheT1me
Time each week for the three threeolutlonn threesolutloo threeolutIou
olutlonn adjudged worthy worthyTbe worthyThe worthyThe
The contest which closes nt 3 p ptn pm pn
tn n on Friday of each week Is 1 open opento opento opento
to nil who ho care nre to solve the puzzle puzzleThe puzxJCJlThe puzzlczThe
The award arc bailed primarily primarilyan
an 10 correctncftn timeliness and andneatness andneatnelll endnea1necN
neatness Originality In prenentn prenentntlun prescntatlon preientnlion
lion alMa receive consideration In Inawarding 111Dward inawarding
awarding Dward oA the prizes prizesJust prizesJust prizeaJust
Just as a I expected there has been a agreat aJTEat agreat
great deal of discussion anent No 28 28in 2 2in I Iin
in last weeks puzzle as to whether or ornot or1tt orrrnt
not George Washington Wuhln on or Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln was the noblest of o them all alland alland alland
and one of the puzzlers in substantla substantlatic
tic n of the stand he took quoted Rich Richard Richard RIchard ¬
ard Henry Lee who it seems so deelg designated deelg1atcd deelgflatd ¬
nated George Washington WashingtonSirs
Sirs Bailey flilp however bad chosen chosenAbraham chOimAbraham chocflAbraham
Abraham Lincoln and of course the theawards theawards theawards
awards were made on this list H t though thoughIt
It would take a very cr acute personage to tostipulate totpulate tortlpulate
stipulate just which one of these men menshiuld men8h menehiuld
shiuld 8h uld claim the title since each fitted fittedInto fittedinto fittedInto
Into a critical crltle l juncture in the destinies destiniesof deetinleof
of the > people of the great republic republicTo r pubUcTo
To turn from the consideration of the themen theIDn themen
men who were ere potent factors In the theformation theformation theformation
formation and development of the coun country country COUfltry ¬
try to the consideration of the latest latestand Iatestand lateetand
and best In the automobile Industry Industryseems Industr IndustrJfms Industryseems
seems a pretty big drop but then it evi evidences eIdences evideuces ¬
dences the versatility of o the puzzlers puzzlerswho puzzlerswho puzzlerswho
who seem undismayed no matter what whatproblem whatJlroblem whatproblem
problem i Is presented pre ented A few easy con contests con1ESts contests ¬
tests after our period of strenuous dig digging dlglng digging ¬
ging lng will doubtless be appreciated al alThouRh althou although
though thou h I must confess that the difficult difficultmzzlps difficultpuzzles difficultpuzzle
puzzles mzzlps in the t e main seem most likely likelyto likelyto
to to hit the spot
spotFRANCES spotFRA
FRANCES FRA CES CARROLL
I IThe
S IDaf > ail Horoscope HoroscopeThe
The tars Incline bat do not notcompel DotcompeL notcompeL
compel compelTnendar compeLTlleJj compeLTuesday
Tuesday TlleJj IlY Slay laY 3 3J 1010 1010Over 1010Ov 1010Over
Over Ov r tho earth a kindly Impulse reigns nlgnsAnd rrlgnsAnd I IAnd
And prowls pro lleea Its laborers rich gains gainskN gainsON gainsO
kN N this 161st 1st day of the year the theMoon theoon thegoon
ON O
Moon oon In the last quarter has Sa Saturn Saturn Saturn ¬
turn in beneflc aspect and holds a afavoring afavoring afavoring
favoring portion Jo t10l1 In relation to the Sun Sunand Sunant Sunand
and ant Murcury MurcuryThere MurcuryThere urcury urcuryThere
There is a bright sign of fortune over overthings overthln overthings
things thln concerning the earth and its pro products products produts ¬
ducts ductsFarmers ductsFanners dutsFarmers
Farmers florets gardeners rdeners rural la laborers labore a aborer ¬
borers bore stock breeders lumbermen min miners miners ruinerg ¬
ers surveyors railroad workers road roadmakers roadmakers roadroakers
makers and all concerned In any way waywith waywith waywith
with these trades should benefit In this thisperiod thisptrlod thisperIod
period periodReal ptrlodReal perIodReal
Real estate and building houses are areunder areunder areunder
under good signs signsThere sllI1sThere signsThere
There Is an aspect that favors the theaged theaged theaged
aged and endows their lips Up with wig wisdom wigdom Wlsomo ¬
dom domAdvertising domAlvertlstng omo omoAtlvertltdn
Advertising Is under un cr excellent augury auguryTVrltlnsrs auguryWrltlns auguryWrlt1ns
TVrltlnsrs of all kinds are likely to be bewell bewen bewell
well sent sentCanvassers sentamassers sentCanvassers
Canvassers amassers salespeople Ml 0fiP 00 pI e agents pro promoters promotpr prornoters ¬
moters and representatives repre entat1vo should push pushtheir pUtihthIr pushtheir
their affairs this day dayMagistrate daJllaJdstrales dayMagistrate
Magistrate and others In authority authorityrtll authoritywill authoritywill
will do wisely wJ ely and well If they show showrnorcy showmfrC showmercy
mercy and generosity generosityThe JcneroltyThe generoeltyThe
The day will probably prove excellent excellentfor excellenttor excellentfor
for those seeking eekln employment em oJJlent Those Those5ilrnc Thoeenlrn Thosei1rng
5ilrnc i1rng men or women or benefiting their theiremployes theirreplons theirnloyes
employes by advancement or Increase InclCa e In Inwases InvaJEs Inwages
wages will do so 0 under exceptionally exceptionallypond exceptionallyhond copUonallygcnd
pond signs signsThe sigQ8The signsThe
The day Is lucky for all who ho are con connoct conn connctd
noct n nctd tf > d In any ny way with the business of ofpreserving otJresen1nJ ofpreserving
preserving or bottling bottlln liquids brewing brewingdistilllnir brewingdi brewingdItIllInz
distilllnir di < tmln and preserving preservingIn
In the household the day Is good for forhlrinjr forbtrin forhIring
hIring btrin maids and for doing anything anything1connected anythingconnted anythingconnected
connected with oUh fowls or with baking bakingPersons baldn baldnPersons bakingPersons
Persons with this birth date are like likely likely ¬
ly 1 to hear good ood and unexpected U1eCpc < ted news newsdurlncr nowsdurin newsduring
during durin the twelvemonth twelvemonthChildren twelvelI1QnthChildren twelvemonthhildren
Children l horn > orn today are under stars starstbat starsthat starsthat
that promise hospitality and success successthrough SUCC08Sthrough successthrough
through publicspirited efforts effortsDAINTY etrortsDAINTY effortsDAINTY
DAINTY COOKERY COOKERYALSO COOKERALSO COOKERYALSO
ALSO NOURISHING NOURISHINGMany
Many dishes which are dainty and andat andat andat
at the same time nutritious are find finding findIng findIng ¬
ing theIr way Into the household householdmenu householdmnu householdmenu
menu The are certainly more ap appreciated appreciated appredated ¬
preciated tl an the results of hasty hastydives hastydlv hastydives
dives dlv Into the mysteries of cookery cookerywhich cookerywhich cookerywhich
which only a chef can unravel unravelFor unravolFor unravelFor
For Instance consider con lder 0 this risotto risottomade risottomade risottomade
made as follows followsFry tollowsFr foUowsFry
Fry Fr a small spring carrot asmall asmallonion a small smallonion smallonion
onion a piece of celery and two shal shallots shallots shallots ¬
lots minced fine in about three tabl tablIcspoonfuls tablItspoonruls tabllespoonfuls
Icspoonfuls of good olive oil till tillbrowned tillbrowned tillbrowned
browned Add a quarter of a pound poundof
of Patna rice which has been well wellwashed w wellwashed ll llwashed
washed cooked In salted water for forabout forabout forabout
about eight minutes and strained strainedAfter strainedAfter strainedAfter
After adding the rice cook a few fewminutes fe feminutes fewminutes
minutes longer then add threequar threequarters ¬
ters of a pint of good stock season seasonIt 5oasonit
It well with salt and pepn peppor or and boll bollfor bollfor boilor
for or ten minutes stirring frequently frequentlyAdd frequentlyAdd frequentlyAdd
Add two fresh tomatoes peeled and andcut andut andcut
cut ut In small slices boll again for forflvo forfive forfive
five minutes and then sprinkle In Intwo Intwo Intwo
two ounces of grated cheose Stir Stirall SUrnIl Stirall
all the Ingredients together put the thelid theId thelid
lid Id on the pan and drew dra It away awa from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the fire After standing two or three threeminutes threeminutes threeminutes
minutes pour the ilsotto Into a hot hotdish hotdish hotdish
dish and serve A couple of anchovies anchovieswashed alJghovleswashed anc4iovioswashed
washed and boned bonedand and rubbed rub bod through througha th ough ougha
a sievewith sieve with an ounce of butter butt r are araan ar aran arean
an Improvement but when hen anchovies anchoviesare
are addod less salt Isrequired Is required
i
r SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE SUMMER FROCK FROCK 1
Daily Fashion Talk TalkI T lk lkBy
I By FRANCES CARROLL CARROLLTN CARROLLIN
IN TN TN response to several requests for a asimple asimple
1 simple and effective model for the thecombination thecombination theCombination
combination of two materials I am amoffering amofCcrlng amoffering
offering the pattern illustrated By the themedium themedium themedium
medium of this pattern a particularly particularlyattractive particularlyattraotlve particularlyattractive
attractive frock might be effected using usingplain ualngplain usingplain
plain blue foulard combined with coin coindotted colndotted coindotted
dotted foulard the figured silk to bo boused boused beused
used for the deep dee band which practical practically ¬
ly forms the bodice and borders the thetunic thatunic
tunic oversklrt If desired a pretty prettytouch t prettytouch > rot rottouch
touch would be 1 > 0 given the garment thus thusevolved thusevolved thusevolved
evolved by laving the narrow front frontvestlike frontyeetlIke frontvestlike
vestlike portion of the bodice made madeof madeor madeof
of tucked or soutached net the not be being beIng being ¬
ing also used for the forearm portion portionof
of the sleeve In the event of ones not notfancying nottanc notfancying
fancying tanc ing an elbow sleeve sleeveDeveloped sleeveDeveloped tleeveDeveloped
Developed In pongee with a Persian Persianborder Persianborder Persianborder
border the frock would be no less 1 at attractive attr attrictive ¬
tractive tr cUve Again as a mourning frock frockthe frOckthe frockthe
the pattern would b be successfully work worked workod Worked ¬
ed out in any of the soft mourning silks silkswith silkswlU silkswith
with the bodice portion and the border borderof borderof
of the tunic made of heavy heav Brussels Brusselsnet Bru860lanet Brusselsnet
net soutached in a flowing design No Noless Noloss
less successfully does the model appeal appealto
to the woman who is looking for a aim simple slmpIc aimplc ¬
ple and effective lingerie gown White Whitebatiste Whitebatisto
batiste with laco and erabrclery embrC I t any anyof an anof anyof
of the popular bordered ginghams or orplain orplain orplain
plain and flowered organdies with lth not netIn notIn notin
In conjunction with lace or embroideries embroiderieswould embroiderieswould mhroldcrleswould
would make a very serviceable and andsmart andsmart andsmart
smart summer outfit sufficiently simple simplein
in construction to be readily reed II under undertaken unlertaken undertaken ¬
taken by b the average home dressmaker dressmakerThe dre smakor smakorThe
The Standard patterns Nos 4813 and and4i30
4630 required may be hd ha l at Smoot SmootCoffer SmootCorter SmootCoffer
Coffer Companys 1216 F sitreet north northwest northwe5t northwest ¬
west westCOLLEGE we5tCOLLEGE westCOLLEGE
COLLEGE WOMAN WOMANHAILED WOMANHAILED WOMANHAILED
HAILED AS BOON BOONAchieves BOONAchieves BOONAchieves
Achieves Success in Business by byDemonstrating byDemonstrating byDemonstrating
Demonstrating Her Re Resourcefulness Resourcefulness Resourcefulness ¬
sourcefulness sourcefulnessFrom
From an attitude of skeptical indiffer indifference IndHTercnco Indifference ¬
ence toward her presence the American Americanbusiness Americanbu Americanbusiness
business bu lncs man has come to regard the thecollege thecollege thecollege
college woman in business as a real realboon realboon realboon
boon In an age ihat hat Is calling every day daymore daymore daymore
more and more Insistently inel tently for reliabil
ity power to reason and initiative in insubordinate Insubordinate insubordinate
subordinate positions positionsIt po ltlons ltlonsIt
It is now not merely the person who whocan whocan whocan
can take orders ordt > rll Intelligently who 1s 1swanted hianted iswanted
wanted but the person who can take takeorders takeorders takeorders
orders progressively who can see the
business purposes who can follow the
leader k > ader like a good soldier and develop
her end of the th business bu tne like a wise part partner partner partnor ¬
ner nerAnd
And not only onl In routine positions has ha
the college girl proved her ability to totackle totackle totackle
tackle live problems but In the Holds or
independent enterprises enterprl es as well she has hasachieved basachieved hasachieved
achieved a success that disposes dl8po e once
for all of the old idea that she had no
initiative or daring
and tactfully mothers him and andcoaxes andcoaxes
coaxes him from irritability to good goodtemper goodtemper goodtemper
temper the visitor unconsciously u sly longs longsfor 1OD88tor lOflsfor
for similar ministrations mlnl traUou and he be begins beglns beginsto ¬
gins ginsto to Imagine what his home would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be like with that 0 particular woman rul ruling rulIng mlinginit ¬
ing inginit inginitAnd In It ItAnd It
And when he sees ee a girl capable an and andresourceful < 5 1resourceul 5resourceful
resourceful in the home and Quietly Quietlyhelpful quietlYhelpful quietlyhelpful
helpful to her mother he te I unconscious unconsciously une tNlCloW5 tNlCloW5Iy
ly drawn toward her and each time he heleaves heleav98 holeaves
leaves the house bou his admiration for her herhas berhas herhas
has increased increasedThis IncrouThis IncreasedThis
This question quc Uon of a mothers encour encouragement enCour enCouragement enouragoment ¬
agement of her young daughters ad admirers admlrers adp ¬
mlrers too t gives her opportunities of ofstudyingthe ofstudying
p
studyingthe studying the young men herself She Sheknows Sbekno8 Sheknows
knows quite well that in ninecases nine c cases out outof outof outof
I
of ten the man who has anything to tohide tohide tohide
hide of which he is ashamed a hamed will 111 not notbring
bring himself very vet frequently under underthe underthe underthe
the older peoples notice If he does doescome ooe doescome
I come he is palpably ill at ease and andafter nd
after a time when be steadily refuses refusesto reruseto
to visit the girls home where he heknows heknows hoknows
knows he is sure of a welcome so long
HOPE TO WED HURTS HURTSBUSINESS HURTSBUSINESSWOMEN
BUSINESS BUSINESSWOMEN BUSINESSWOMENThey WOMEN WOMENThey
They Look Upon Employ Employment Employment Employment ¬
ment as a Temporary TemporaryMeasure TemporaryMeasure TemporaryMeasure
Measure Only OnlyBusiness OnlyBu OnlyBusinoas
Business Bu inoss women have to admit a4lmlt one onehandicap ORehandicap onehandloap
handicap In an independent business ooIneMlife businesslife
life and that is business bu lneM wears only onl a atemporary atemporary atemporary
temporary aspect to most girls For if ifshe Ifshe I Ishe
she is normally normall constituted every girl girlhopes girlhopes girlhopes
hopes that some day da she ahcwlll will be happily happilymarried happilymarrIed happilymarried
married marriedThis marrIedThis marriedThis
This Ides being firmly established e in ineveryones Ineveryones ineveryones
everyones head It is harder ba der for a awoman awoman awoman
woman to get capital to start In buM business Du buMness I Ine ¬
ness ne and more difficult for her to throw throwhorsolf throWhesoU throwherself
herself with the necessary intensity Inten Uy In Into Into into ¬
to what she undertakes undertakesShe undertakoShe
She has the brains but she lacks the thedaring thedaring thedaring
daring the willingness to risk I1 k the thechances thechances thechances
chances necessary nece ary to a a successful succe tul bust busljness bu bustness l li
jness i ness career partly because becau e in so doing doingshe doingshe doingshe
she IP 1 fighting all the sex traditions traditionsthat tra traditionsthat ttlou ttlouthat
that have taught her that it was wa for forher forter forer
her ter er to reserve to hold back to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the level of security upon which the thefamily thefamily thefamliy
family life best flourishes and partly partlybecause partlybeca partlybecause
because beca there Is 1 little Inspiration In plratJon to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build up only to give up upTime upTlmo upTime
Time is modifying one of o these con conditions condUIoM conditions ¬
ditions and the fact that more and andmore andmore nd ndmore
more women are going Into Independ Independent Indepeftd Indepeftdent ¬
ent business bu bUsnO ln0 8 Is 1 bringing the other to tothe totbe tothe
the point whtre wh re the women may sell sellout sellout sellout
out a wellrun establishment e with dig dignity dignity dignity ¬
nity and profit pcofttnot not simply shut up shop shopLOVABLE abopLOVABLE shopLOVABLE
LOVABLE WOMAN WOMANWHO WOMANWHO WOMANWHO
WHO SEES THE GOOD GOODShe GOODS GOODSie
She S e May Be Prosy and Not Witty WittyBut WittyBut VittyBut
But Is Full of ofSympathy ofSympathy ofSympathy
Sympathy SympathyVery
Very lovable is I the wowa who h hcultivated has 1tucalttvat hascultivated
cultivated calttvat the disposition to see the thegood thegood thegood
good and not the evil side of human humannature hUIftRnature humannature
nature who can be severe with her herown hero herown
own o n failings and excuse the faults of oftW o oother ofothers
other otherw othersWe °
tW w We 8kre are told that she is a dull unin uninteresting unlntere uninteresting ¬
teresting tere Ung creature and If we take takethe takethe takethe
the trouble to look into the matter matterwe matterwe
we find that she does doe not laugh at her herneighbors herneIghbor herneighbors
neighbors pet weakness 8 she does not notenjoy notenjoY notenjoy
enjoy hitting hlttin out right and left at atthV atthe atthe
thV the world orld at large and is always alwaysready alwaysready 1waysreadY
ready with a plea for unseen reasons reasonswhich rea reasonswhich ons onswhich
which If they the could be revealed revealedwould revealedwould revealedwould
would so 0 a long way toward modify modlfyInsr modifyIng modifylag
lag harsh judgment judgmentwitty judgmentOur JudgmentOur
Our lovable woman may Dot be bewitty bewitty
witty she may be a little prosy but butshe buthe butshe
she he It is to whom we go when In Introuble IntrouDle introuble
trouble for sympathy and confide conndewith confideUk confidewith
with Uk a feeling that our secret will not notbe notbe notbe
be torn to shreds shre as soon as our back backItt backIt
Itt It turned
I MOTHERS SHOULD PLAY IN MATCHMAKING MA 1 I
Mothers by rights should be match matchmakers matchmakers matchmakers ¬
makers but not husband hunters who whoonly whoOnly
only seek to see their daughters married marriedto I
to wealth elth and position with no thought thoughtfor
for their ultimate happiness happinessThe happln happlnssThern S6 1
The Thernmother mother of a family of grown up updaughters updaughters updaughters
daughters is sometimes afraid of being beingdubbed beingdubbed beingdubbed
dubbed a husband husb nd catcher though thoughnaturally thoughnaturally thoughnaturally
naturally she wants to see e her girls girlshappily gIrlshnpl girlshappily
happily hnpl > lly married There Is nothing wrong wrongin
in this And after all how ho Is the aver average aerage average ¬ I
age man of moderate n derate means to culti cultivate cultivate ¬ I Ivate
vate an acquaintance with a girl he ad admires admires admires ¬
mires unless he has oportunltles of see seeIng seelug
InS her from rom time to time He cannot cannotafford cannotafford cannotafford
afford to be constantly taking her out outnor outnor outnor
nor would he be allowed to do so soThe soThe sOThe
The very typo t1 > o of mother who cries criesNo crlesNo criesNo
No one can ever accuse me of en encouraging encouraging encouraging ¬
couraging my daughters admirers Is Isalso Isalso isalso
also the first to exclaim against her hergirls hergirls hergirls
girls spending any length of time un unchaperoned unchaperoned unchaperoned
chaperoned with men to whom they are arenot arenot arenot
not formally engaged engagedWhen engaged1Vhen engagedWhen
When father comes home tired and andworried andworried andworried
worried and one of the girls quietly
Answers to Queries QueriesFrom QjteriesFrom QueriesFrom
From Times Readers ReadersTo Rea ers ersTo
To Can Strawberries StrawberriesA
A J D DI I am giving you a reliable reliablemethod rellablomethod reliablemethod
method of canning strawberries and andalso andalso andalso
also a good recipe for preserving them themHull themHull themHull
Hull some fine ripe berries put the thefruit thofruit thefruit
fruit in a colander rinse with cold coldwater coldwater
water after draining thoroughly place placethe plaeothe placethe
the fruit in pint glass Jars shaking well wellto wollto wellto
to have as many man berries as the Jar will willhold willhold willhold
hold For two pint jarsof jars of berries boll bollone bollone boilone
one cupful of water or strawberry strawberryJuice strawberryjuice strawberryJuice
Juice If I you have It with two cupfuls cupfulsof
of o sugar su r add a small quantity of pink pinkcoloring pinkcoloring I
coloring matter to the sirup and then thennil thentill thenfill
nil the Jars to overflowing Close tight tightly tIghtly tightly ¬
ly and cook in a to canner or boiler for forfive torfive forfive
five minutes After removing place the theJars thejas thejars
Jars upside down until cold and then thenstore thenstore thenstore
store away awa In a cool dark place placeSunday plaeeSunday placeSunday
Sunday Work Barred BarredRichard BarredRichard BarredRicbard
Richard Newman NewmanThcre There are statutes statutesprohibiting statutesprohibiting statutesprohibiting
prohibiting Sunday work of certain certainkinds certainkinds certainkinds
kinds In Maryland and these you may mayascertain mayascertain mayascertain
ascertain by applying for Information Informationto
to the prothonotary of any Maryland Marylandcourt 1Irarylandcourt Marylandcourt
court courtTo courtTo courtTo
To Preserve Strawberries StrawberriesA
A simple method of preserving pr servlng straw strawberries strawberries strawberrles ¬
berries follows Remove the hulls from fromfour tramtour fromfour
four pounds oundJ of flne largo berries berrieathoroughly berriesthorQlChly berriesthorQighly
thoroughly ripened and put them In a acolander acolander acolander
colander rinsing thoroughly with cold coldwater coldwater coldwater
water Drain and place the fruit ruttwith ruttwithone with withone withone
one pint of o sugar In 11 a preserving ket kettle kettle kettie ¬
tle allowing ahalf a hal half cupful of sugar for foreach toreacb foreach
each pound of fruit Placethe Jlace the kettle kottleover kettleover kettleover
over the flo fife and boll for five minutes minutescounting minutescountlng minutescounting
counting from the time the fruit reaches reachesthe reachesthe reachesthe
the boiling stage Fill into Jars close closeat cloSEat closeat
at once and keep turning the Jars trp trpslde Ul Ulside upside >
side down every cveI few minutes till cold coldThe coldrhe coldthe
The berries berrl will soak up the syrup > and andpresent andpresoot andpresent
present a firm appearance If It Is de desired desired desired ¬
sired that they should retain their tholrnatural theirnatural theirnatural
natural color a small quantity of pink pinkcoloring pinkcoloring pInkcoloring
coloring may ma be added addedTo addedTo addedTo
To Remove Chewing Gum GumJoseph Gumo GumJoseph
o Joseph D M MTo To remove chewing gum gumfrom gumfrom gumfrom
from woolen or cottoncloth cotton cloth rub lightly lightlywith lightlywIth lightlywith
with a cloth saturated satur1todwith with gasolene gasoleneusing gasoleneusing gasoleneusing
using every precaution to keep the gaso gasolene gasolene gasoieee ¬
lene remote from a flame or an ember emberof emberof
of fire Sponge repeatedly with 1th the gas gas1oleno gasolene gasolene
olene and an you will 111 find the gun guth will willevaporate willevaporate willevaporate
evaporate with the gasolene
as 8 he behaves In aa upright and honest booestmanner bOne8tmanner honestmanner
manner that girl rl will If she be of the theright therlrht theright
right sort have nothing more to do with withhim withhim ith ithhim
him himGirls
Girls whoso wbo o mothers and fathers are areacquainted areaefluaJntOO areacquainted
acquainted with their friends male or orfemale orre orfemale
female are re not n generally the kind to toned ton toneed
ned n ed stern restrictions ro trloUoDII aDd command commandfrom commandsfrom maa4c maa4cfrom
from their elders before they arrive am e at ata ata ata
a right Judgment of character They Tbe are areuualiy lreu re reusually
usually u uoUy honest and open In their own ac actions a atioDB actions ¬
tions and d quite capable of forming a aclearsighted ae aclearsighted
e clearsighted ghted estimate of the characters charactersof
of others othersSo othersSo othersSo
So that the matchmaking mother of ofthe orthe ofthe
the right kind kID kinda a cheerful hostess boste and a atrue 8tru atrue
true tru friend frlendorten often succeeds In making makingher makingbel makingher
her daughters not only charming easy eASYnatural easynatural
natural and ad entertaining but also alsobrings alsobrings alsobrings
brings into play their own judgment and andselfreliance andelrreUance andselfreliance
selfreliance selfrelianceAnd > > elrreUanceAnd
And the girl who possesses posees es all these thesegood thesegood thesegood
good qualities quaUtleecharm charm ease of manner mannerselfreliance mannereltroUance mannerselfreliance
selfreliance > > and a wellbalanced mind mindwill mtndwill mindwill
will not have to seek for a husband husbandHer bu husbanHer bnd bndHer
Her mother need sed never fear that the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young men will begin to think they are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being run after
The Bedtime Story StoryPabllnned
Published for the thoughtful mothers who Trtmh to read to th thta ItttlP ItttlPfolk UttloI littlefolk
folk fc while they are being beingMR clng tacked Into their beds for the night nightMR nightMR
I
MR CITY MOUSES MO USES IDEA IDEABy IDEABy IDEABy
By FARMER F R SMITH
THELS father tucked her in bed bedlast bedlast bedlast
ETHELS E
last night and then sat down bo boslde boside beside
side her herNow herNow herNow
Now my dear ho said to Ethel HI HIwill I Iwill Iwill
will tell you how the City Mice got gotstarted gotstarted gotstarted
started on their way at last to see seeand seeand Mr Mrand
and Mrs Country Mouse and little littleMattle llttleMattIe littleMattie
MattIe Mouse who Is Maudle Mouses Mousescousin Mousescousin Iousescousin
cousin cousinMr cousin1lr cousinMr
Mr and Mrs City House and little littleMaudie l1ttleIaudle littleMaudie
Maudie Mouse lived for many weeks weeksunder weeksunder weeksunder
under the floor of the milk house and andoh andoh andoh
oh how fat they did get getThe getThe getThe
The good good things that they the did didhave didhave didhave
have to eat nice fresh milkto milk to drink drinkand drinkand drinkand
and lots of nice cheese and cakes cakesOne cakesOne cakesOne
One day Mr City Mouse came back backthrough backthrough backthrough
through the Tiol bole in the floor very verymuch verymuch verymuch
much excited excitedSly ecit6dIy excitedMy
Sly Iy dear said he to Mrs City Clt CltMouse
Mouse 1my my dear ear I think we have a agreat 0great agreat
great chance to go south southOMELET southOMELET southOMELET
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OF FAMOUS CHEF CHEFJules CHEFJulc8 CHEIJules
Jules Gouffe the once famous chef to toroyalty toroyalty toroyalty
royalty In his cook book now out of ofprint ofPrint ofprint
print Rives os the following rule for a aflaming aflaming aflaming
flaming apricot omelet Beat six eggs eggawith eggs1th eggswith
with 1th a fork and add two pinches Dlnoh a of ofsugar otsusar ofsugar
sugar and a small pinch of salt Fry Frythe Frythe Frythe
the omelet In the usual way wa and before beforefolding beorofoldlnJ beforefolding
folding it spread It with three table tablespoonfuls tablesPoonfuls tablespoonfuls
spoonfuls of apricot Jam Fold the thosides thesides thesides
sides of the omelet over the Jam and andput andput andput
put It on a dish Sprinkle fine sugar sugarover SUJ3rover sugarover
over the omelet and glaze It with a asalamander asalamander asalamander
salamander Placeon the dish In which whichIt
It Is to bo served and pour over 0Or it a aKill agill agill
gill of hot Jamaica Jamal rum Set the rum rumon rnmon runton
on fire and serve the omelet burning burningModern b burningModern rnlng rnlngJfodem
Modern cooks haye modified or orchansred orchnnsed orchanged
changed this rule to suit themselves J5s J5scoffler Escomer Becorner
comer uses mince meat instead of the thejam thejam theJam
jam and calls It Christmas omelet In Inmaking InmakinJ Inmaldng
making the omelet he adds for six eggs eggstwo eggstwo eggstwo
two tablespoonfuls of cream cream a pinch of ofeither o oeither ofolther
either orange rind or lemon rind and andone andone andone
one tablespoonful of o rum rumAny rumny rumAny
Any ny kind of Jam or preserves may ma be beused beused beused
used or the filling may be b omitted al altogether eJtogether 1 1to ¬
together to ether the rum being belnJpoured poured over overplain a aplain aplain
plain sweet omelet glazed with sugar
In order to make the omelet especially
delicate the yolks and whites are some ¬
times beaten separately sel > arate1y and folded to together toather together ¬
gether
t4 t4r r
cOho Oh how asked his good wife her herface herface herface
face rather beaming with delight deUghI delight
1 I heard the farmer tell his wife wifethat w1ethat wifethat
that he was going to send a box of ofthings ofthings ofthings
things south by freight Now it we wecan wec wecan
can c n get in that box we will land landsouth landsouth landsouth
south too tooJust tooJust tooJust
Just then they heard a a loud tramp
Ing and pounding In the milt house houseover housoover houseover
over their heads headsMr headsllr headsMr
Mr and Mrs Irs Mouse crept silently ailent ailentup
up to the little hole and listened very
eagerly eagerlyThat eagerlyThat eagerlyThat
That must be the box they are go KOthe
Ingto ing to send whispered Yr City
Mouse as he saw a big box sitting on
the floor oor 1 I never saw it before
It surely must be said Sirs Irs City
House but wont It be too hot for forus forus
us T
TOb
Oh no said Mr Mouse because
If there Isnt a knot hole In It I will willcertainly w111certainly willcertainly
certainly gnaw a hole so that we can canget canget
I get some air airREFRIGERATOR airREFRIGERATOR II IIREFRIGERATOR
REFRIGERATOR PUT PUTHIGH PUTHIGH PUTHIGHFROM
HIGH HIGHFROM FROM FLOOR FLOORIn
In building our pantry we w had our ourrefrigerator ourrerrlgerator ourrefrigerator
refrigerator put up two feet from the
floor against the north wall of the
house says sa s a housewife This brings
the refrigerator shelves where they are
easy to reach and clean and makes ms tes an
excellent dry cool lockup below for forraIsins
raisins nuts loaf sugar chocolate etc
A window at the back admits the ice
In Bummer leaving It open In winter
makes Ice unnecess unnecessIceman unnecessary There are sep
arate steps to this window 50 that the
Iceman Is not obliged to track either
kitchen or porch porchCant porchCant porcitCant
Cant afford affordHandicaps affordI affordhandicaps
I HandicapsChange Handicaps
il 1 Change pn iosm from roST coffee to toYoull L M1 M1YouIl M MYoull
Youll know knowTheres 1owTIores knowTheres
Theres a non
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SUGGESTIONS OFFERED OFFEREDFOR OFFEREDFOR I IFOR
FOR FRUIT OMELETS OMELETSWith
o
0
With Eggs At Reduced Prices and Delicious Berries BerriesPlentiful BerriesPlentiful BerriesPlentiful
Plentiful Preparation of Dainty Summer Dishes DishesBecomes DishesBecomes I
Becomes Easy for Cooks I
At this seasea of tho year when eggs eggseaa eggssan
eaa be found in market at a a reasonable reasonableprice reasenableprice reasonableree I
price ree and deHofeue berrte ber berries and other otherfruits otherrrvlu otherfruits
fruits are plentiful fruit omelets should shouldbe shoeldbe houklbe
be served sometimer fr o r dessert dessertFrench d dessertFrench t tFrench
French cooks know cooW I N to prepare preparesome pretreNm prereseine
some epicurean desserts d ts of this sort sortFor sortFor sortFor
For strawberry omelet a la 1 FiMppinl FiMppinlput Ftllpplalput Fuippintput
put a pint of very ripe fresh fre h beries Into Intoa
a bowl with ith two ounces of powdered su sugar sugar engar ¬
gar half a teaspoonful of vanilla es essence esence essence ¬
sence a teaspoonful toa poonCul of mm and two twotableapoonfuls twotablespoonruls twotablespoonfuls
tablespoonfuls of water Mix the flavor flavoring ftAorIRe flavorlag ¬
IRe well JI with ith the sweetened fruit and andlet andlet andlet
let the two stand for fifteen minutes minutesBreak mlautesBreak minutesBrek
Break eight fresh eggs into a bowl add adda
a gill of cream two saltspoonfute of ofsalt orsalt ofsalt
salt and two tabiespoonfuis of o sugar sugarand sugarnd sugarand
and nd beat briskly Orl kly for two minutes Heat Heathalf HeathaIr Heathalf
half an ounce of butter in a frying pan panand panand panand
and turn the egg egge Into It It Beat them tbemwith tJemwith themwith
with a fork rk for about two minutes chen chenlet wenlet thenlet
let them rest half a minute ml ute Put one
fourth of O the berries In the center of the theomelet theomeMt theomelet
omelet Fold up the two opposite sides sidesto sidesto sidesto
to join in the center Let it stand for forjust forjust forjust
just hall a minute and turn it out on ona OIla ona
a hot fifsh Sprinkle two tablespoonfuls tabiespoonfuteof
of sugar over the omelet and glaze the thesurface theaurlue theSurface
surface with a salamander A sala salamander salamander aa aamander ¬
mander it may be necessary to explain explainf
I it circular Iron plate wIth a long
f handle K attached 5hed When rhen ne needed d d it Is
heated bed hot nd na i ill used u ed to apply in ¬
tense heat to the surface of any dish dishRECIPES dishRECIPES dishRECIPES
RECIPES SUGGESTED SUGGESTEDTO
TO CLEAN PEWTER PEWTERSoda
Soda Wood Ashes and Armful of ofHay ofHay ofHay
Hay Among the In Ingredients Ingredients Ingredients ¬
gredients gredientsIf
If your old pewter has been very much muchneglected muchDetJleetecl muchnskleeted
neglected try the following treatment
Threeparts fill a large kettle with withwater withWater it itwater
water add to this a good armful of bay
two pounds of soda and quarter of a
peck of wood aches a now lay in the
pewter wter and Dd boll it Ill for f > r two or three
hours Lift out each pkce singly and
eUan cI well with a wisp of hay and Del oil
v ver r sand When clean rinse well in
plenty of cold water it te on this rinsing
that the subsequent brilliancy depends depeD =
and let it dry in the sun
For keeping pewter in condition the
best thing is powdered rottenstone
worked to a stiff paste with soft soap oap
then into each half bal a pound of this
paste work two fluid ounces of oil of
turpentine till thoroughly blended make
this paste up Into balls covering each
with tin foil When ben wanted for use usewash 11Mwuh usewash
wash the th pewter then moisten a on ODe of
these t balls with water and rub It well wellall wellaU weilall
all over the pewter let it stand for a I
few minutes then rub It off sharply 1 1a
with a soft clean cloth and poIl Polish with w1tha
a leather leatherTo leaIterTo leatherTo
To remove tarnish the best thing is
half a lemon or an 11 onion dipped in very
fine ft sand or ashes a bee Theee T recipes are for forcleaning forcleaning forcleaning
cleaning old pure pewter pewterRIBBONS pewterRIBBONS wter wterRIBBONS
RIBBONS FOR USE USEON USEON USEON
ON DINNER TABLES TABLESMay TABLESi1ay TABLESMay
May Be Attached to Bunches of ofFlowers ofFlowers ofFlowers
Flowers or to Little LittleWhile LittJeGifts LittleGifts
Gifts GiftsWhlle GiftsWhile
While the fussy perked p < < 1 od of table deco decoration decomtJon decoraion ¬
ration came to an end some years ago agond agoand agoand
and nd we do net Bet ot now serve salad lad In Infinger InfiDger Infinger
finger rolls tied with pink ribbon yet It Itis ItIs itis
is sometimes possible po tble to use ribbons ribeenswith rlb ribbonswith en enwith
with good effect effectIt effectIt tractIt
It is J always in orr r to have nave bunches bunchesof
of flowers tied wth ribbon at the thewomens thewomens thewomens
womens places at a formal luncheon luncheonor
or dinner and nothing Is prettier for a achilds achilds achilds
childs party or gives more pleasure pleasurethan plMaurethan pleasurethan
than a huge paper rose ro e whose who e petals petalsconceal petalsconceal petalsconceal
conceal little gifts with a ribbon stream streamer ¬
er connecting each with the place for
Its future owner ownerAt own ownAt ownerAt < <
At a luncheon for only one guest the thecenterpiece thecenterpiece thecenterpiece
centerpiece has a low age green basket basketwith basketwith basketwith
with a handle at or < end filled with withpale withpale withpale
pale pink roses A wide sash ribbon in ina Ina rua
a blurred floral pattern in pastel colors colorsblue colorsblue colorsblue
blue pink 1 fnk and green was knotted into intothe Intothe intothe
the handle with a cleverly tied bow one oneof oneot oneof
of the ends crossing the table and hang Viangloose umg
tag over the table cloth at one corner in
loose loops oops and ends endsHOW endsHOW endsHOW
HOW TO COOK BACON BACONHave BACONHave BACONHave
Have yo yor O1r > r butcher slice your bacon baconon
on his dri drku < i beef slicer and then crisp
In the oven This bacon will be the theright
right degree of thickness or thinness thinnessfor
for wrapping oysters for pigs In Inblankets
blankets
It is held over the artfel wfcbottt tutu tutuallowed MIlle
allowed tn touch toae It ttAnother ItAnother itAnother
Another Flttppte recipe r is I for fer0ftMI hwMUW hwMUWomelet bsasnaomelet
omelet 0ftMI Add d half a gIW Hf of cream or to toeight toeight toeight
eight eggs Season with dI half a tea teaspoonful t tBPOOnful teaspoonful
spoonful of oJ f salt aad Bel two twoot saKspoonfuls saKspoonfulsof
of white pepper 8f INr Beat with a fork for
two minutes Fry two peeled and sliced > >
bananas in Jlllted melt d butter butt r for Ave min minutes mlnute5 rainutes ¬
utes Toss To1Ie the he pan frequently while whilethe wblletbe
the bananas are u frying then turn the theeggs Uteeggs theeggs
eggs into the pan Beat them for two twominutes twominutes twominutes
minutes and then let them rest half halfa
a minute Fold up the sides to meet in inthe Inthe Inthe
the center Let the omelet stand for fora
a moment and then turn out on to a ahot abot ahot
hot dish di h and serve This omelet may
be used uS as an entree at luncheon luncheonFor luncheonFor luncheonFor I
For an orange omelet use two tw tea teaspoonfuta tea3JOOftful tea3pOOnful
spoonfuta of sugar three taWespoonfuis taWespoonfuisof
of orange and a half cut in slices to toan toan toan
an omelet of three eggs Mix the sugar sugarand sugarand sugarand
and Juice with the eggs and try the theomelet theomelet theomelet
omelet in the usual u ual way When it te tealmost kalmost isalmost
almost cooked fold In half of the orange orangeslices oraagea1lces orangeslices
slices When Ben ready to serve garnish garnishthe garntahthe garnishthe
the top > with the remaining slices When Whenpeaohe Whenpeaohe Yen Yenpeachw
peaohe and apples are in season some somehousewives somehou somehousewives
housewives hou ewYe like to use them In this way
A jelly omelet easy to prepare mere merely merely merelv ¬
ly calls for a plain omelet spread be before before before ¬
fore folding with currant Jelly or some something 8OIDething something ¬
thing of the kind such as IS raspberry rupberryjam
Jam or strawberry marmalade Quince QuinceJelly Qul Quljelly Quincejelly
Jelly or apricot Jam also be used The TheJelly Thejelly ThaJelly
Jelly omelets should be sweetened ao aopepper DOpeppet nopepper
pepper should be used and Del only onehalf onehalfthe o onehalfthe ehalt ehaltthe
the salt necessary n in the ordinary ordinaryomelet onUryo ordinaryomelet
omelet o t When sprinkled with sugar and andglazed andglazed andglazed
glazed with a salamander they the become becomevery becomevery becomevery
very attractive according to French Frenchstandards Fre Frenchstandards eh ehstandardB
standards standardsMIDSUMMER standardB1lIDSUMMER standardsMIDSUMMER
MIDSUMMER PRICE PRICEPLACED PRICEPLACED PRICEPLACED
PLACED ON BERRIES BERRIESSupply BERRIESSupply BERRIESSupply
Supply With Few Days of Warm WarmWeather WannWeather WarmWeather
Weather Expected to Equal EqualDemand EqualDemand EqualDemand
Demand DemandBerries DemandBerrIes
I IBerries
Berries of C all kinds are becoming becomingmere beeoID1IHtre becomingmare I
mere plentiful in the local markets marketseaeh marketseach rkets rketseek
each day This is especially e true of ofblackberries oCblaekberrie ofblackberries
blackberries and lid strawberries IItra wberrie which wblehare whichare whichare
are now selling at midsummer prices pricesA
A large consignment of Carolina Carolinablackberries C8roUnablackherrte Carolinablackberries
blackberries was received today They Theyare Theyare Theyare
I Iper
are being sold at from 1 iS to 124 1 1j cents centsper centsper 1
per quart This Th is S a a reduction re hlet of orcents 2 2cents 2cents
cents over Saturdays price and the theindications the114at1oM thein
indications 114at1oM in catinss are that this thl price will be bereduced Dere bereuced
reduced re ucK during dude the next few days daysStrawberries daysStrawberrlH daysStrawberries
Strawberries showed a slight In Increase Inereaee Increase ¬
crease In price today to a due to the great greatdemand greatdemand greatdemand
demand for them but it i fa expected expectedthat expectedthat expectedthat
that with a few more days of warm warmweather war warweather warmweather
weather the supply will t1I be fully equal equalto
to the demand and the prices X1ce will willagain willgain willagain
again decrease decreaseCherries decreaseCherries e eCherries
Cherries are also selling at mid midseason mldaeaon midseason
season prices with wit a a supply folly follyequal tullyequal fullyequal
equal to the demand demandSUMMER demandSUMMER demandSUMMER
SUMMER FURNISffiNGS FURNISHINGSVARY FURNISFFINGSVARY
VARY WITH SEASONS SEASONSBreakfast SEASONSBreakfast SEASONSBreakfast
Breakfast Sets and Bedroom BedroomServices BedroomServices BedroomServices
Services Chosen to Match MatchWall MatchWall MatchWall
Wall Paper PaperSummer PaperSummer
I
Summer furnishings have 18 a charm charmtbat cIIumtltet chartthat
that Is quite foreign to the mere ere pre pretentious pretentlotM pretentione ¬
tentious appointments of winter and andevery andevery
every season they t ey seem te grew more moreattractive moreattracUe morcattractive
attractive attractiveThe attracUeThe attractiveThe
The new toilet china c h shown s owa In the theshops th theshops I Ishops
shops Is extremely decorative The Thequaintly j jquaintly iquaintly
quaintly shaped little bowls W18 are areadorned areadoraed areadorned
adorned with equally quaint conven conventional COItVentlonal conventional ¬
tional designs and there are U lovely lovelyforeign lovelyforeign
foreign looking copper Jugs gs with withwicker withwicker withwicker
wicker handles for carrying the themorning themorning themorning
morning hot water waterColored waterCoior64i waterColored
Colored and white tiles or squares squaresof Iquareat
of glass mounted on a flowered 1Io ered ma material JII JIIterlal material ¬
terial matching the room hangings hangingsare
are provided to set t the pitcher of ice icewa icewater i iwater
water wa ter upon and If a room is to have havetwo ha havetwo e etwo
two occupants all theee the e fittings are to tobe tobe tobe
be duplicated For fasteningback fastening back the thewindow thewmdow thewindow
window hangings the oldfashioned oldfashionedbrass oldaeblonedbr3S oldfashionedbrass
brass rosette has been revived revivedSpeaking revlve4Speaking revivedSpeaking
Speaking of bedrooms suggests suggestsbreakfast suggeetabreakfast suggestsbreakfast
breakfast for it Is becoming more and aadmore andmore andmore
more the custom to have the first firstmeal firstmeal firstmeal
meal of the day In ones Own room roomand roomand roomand
and thoughtful hoeteeeee boete5t 8 always pro provide proride ¬ I IIde
vide Ide one of the charming little break breakfast breakfASt breakfast ¬
fast sets which are now so common commonin
in the shops for the guest room along alongwith alon alonIth alongwith
with Ith a tray of wicker wlck r brass D = a56 or 0 wood woodDUTY wOOdDUTY woodDUTY
DUTY TO SELF SELFo
00 > o what thy manhood bids thee do dofrom dofrom dofrom
from none but self expect applause
he noblest lives and noblest dies who whomakes whomakes whomakes
makes and keeps his selfmade laws
The Kasldab
C OI S Ersff
1 1I 1lines
I 1rO secure the bsh bshionable
ionable sculptured sculpturedlines
lines every large largewoman largewoman
woman should sbouldwear sbouldwearthe wear wearthe
the REDUSO REDUSOThey REDUSOThey
They comfortablymd comfortably and ef effectively effectlvely
fectively reduce measure measurements measuremente
ments of hips and abdomen abdomenfrom abdomenfrom
from one to five inches inchcawithout incheswithoutthe
without withoutthe the 1idofattach aidofattachI 1idofattachments
I ments uientsof of any kind kindREDU50 kindv
v REDU50 Style 170 As Aspitur Aspictured
pitur pictured Medium high highbust highxZ
xZ bust in curved waist long longover
c over hips and abdomen abdomenMade abdomenI jj
I f Made of durable contn or orbatiste orbatiste orbatiste
batiste tastefully trimmed trimmedThree j I IThree
Three pairs of hose supporters support supportersI rs rsS j
Sizes S es 19 to 36 Price 300 300REDUSO 300I 1 1REDUSO
I
I REDUSO Style 774 For tan talllarge I Ilarge J
large figures Construction jj jjsimilar ifZZ5O ifZZ5Oaimilar euUSO euUSOsimllar
similar to Style 770 Made of ofsuperb ofsuperb nl nlsuperb
superb Diamond DiondCoth Cloth dain daintily daintHy dam damtily ¬
tily trimmed t mmed Three pairs of hose supporters supportersSizes supportusS supportarsSizes
Sizes S es 19 to 36 Price P ce 500 500W 500W 500w
W B NUFORM arc popular priced p ced corsets corsetsmodeied modeled on onlines onlines onlines
lines of ofailuringgrace alluring allu ng grace Varied V Varietylesevery a e styles lesevery every figure gure fitted fittedNUFORM fittedNUFORM5rylc fittedflJFORM1Style
NUFORM NUFORM5rylc Style 478 As Asftictured pictured For average figures figuresMedium figuresMedium figuresI
I Medium bust incurved waist extra skirt length Made Madeof Madeof
1 of durable coutil and andbatiste batiste lace trimmedl t mmed Supporters Supportersattached Supportersattached Supportersattached
attached Sizes 18 to 30 Price P cc 100 100Matty 100Many 100S
S Many other 9er tfUFORAT models mo < els from SIj 140 to iL iLi I fSJff fSJffSold SSooSold
i Sold by all 11 stores storesI storesWEIHGARTEN stores1L
I WEDJGARTEN WEmGARTENBROS BROS Makers AStB y K T
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PREffllWOlES PREffllWOlESTHROIIPH PRETTY PRETTYNECKCOPiiESTHROUGHEXERCISE NECK GOMES L LTHROUGH
THROUGH THROUGHEXERCISE THROUGHEXERCISEMuscles EXERCISE FXFRPKFMuscles EXERCISEMuscles
Muscles of Throat Should ShouldBe ShouldBe ShouldBe
Be Carefully Watched to
Avoid Stringiness StringinessTIGHT Stringine8sTIGHT StringinessTIGHT
TIGHT COLLARS COLLARSSTARVE COLLARSSTARVE COLLARSSTARVE
STARVE TISSUES TISSUESApply TISSUESApply TISSUESAppy
Apply a Building Cream IB li Mas Massaging Massaging Masseging ¬
saging the Flesh and Musctee Muscteeto Musceto
to Get Good Results ResultsThe RestfltsTIle
The Tb careful carel rfj WOMM wfc wile WMM g grow 5HWoW growold w wold
old gracefully and an JIod tardily stoirtd hoop
her throat young both front fn la the t e stand standpoint Mudpoint MoMpoint ¬
point of vote voice and appearance appearanceTo appenrancTo ppea ppeaTo
To most mo t women the t e second MCOIIdwith appeals appealswith apposiswith
with more emphasis and Del to them fee feelongs 1I belongs e elongs
longs the advice avoid high cottars cottarsIn oeIIMsIn cetlessIn
In view of the Mason and its Jt fasMon fasMonThere tuWoRtbl faa lon lonthis
tbl this advice BiIotaW shonI De essity t4llewocL t4llewocLThere fdii wed wedThere
There is really no reason r ren why a wo wemans WOmaas womans ¬
mans throat should become stringy for foraging torauch forsuch
such a condition s is tar too homety and andaging ad adagIag
aging in effect one to permit it to tobut toarrlYe toarrive
arrive before JIbe boo JlUMcI JlUMcIbut mIddl age agebut
but it te I not uncommon U N > > Ia now t to Me a awoman a aWODUU1 awoman
woman of thirtyare y ynr rs whose waNet waNetJIbow throat throatshows throatshows
shows signs of age from tJCt I wearing tight tighthigh tiglat1IJgb tighthigh
high collars collarsKeck eoUaraNeck collarsNeck
Neck Pieces Starve Tissues TissuesThese TieMtesThe TissoesThese
These The e high neck pieces hoped circu circulation etrcuatlo drculatioji ¬
lation atlo so the timsuec starve ThJ T This k fact fctsfeo taetlea factalso
also lea account for many y severe MYeIeaehM head headaches heedaches ¬
aches achesNervousness aehMXecvoueDeM achesNervousness
Nervousness tee noceotnates ec palliates this thisstrtegy daistrlDgy thisstringy
stringy condition coadt hat t neither of f these thesetwo UteeetwG thesetwo
two contributing onuses wttt he fatal fa l to tobeauty tobeaty tobeauty
beauty if one to wining wfilt g te t message ge and andexercise aBdexerd andexercise
exercise exerd e the muscles and leek of the theneck theDeck theneck
neck every cry day dayIncidentally dayladdeistaily yo yolDeIdeataU
Incidentally lDeIdeataU the matter of collars coUansboaki collarsshould
should receive eeaeidermitoB cen tder ell 55 NG NGmaker 4reaa 4reaamaker deommaker
maker should be permitted peraatttetltbea te mak makthem maktbent
them so tight tt at that they Mop MopelreuJatloa a natural naturalcirculation naturalcirculation
circulation of blood bloodNor blOOdor bleedNor
Nor or to there th need of neck dreaatags dreaatagsbeing dreidugsbeing IIS IISbelli
being belli too closely clo ely fitting for If properly properlyshaped pesporlyshaped
shaped and Del smoothly boned they wfM w8Iperfect b bperfect be beperfect < >
perfect in fit and yet 7 not DOtElereI constricting conotrlcdngercfses
Exercises ElereI ercfses es to keep the throat In condi condition eoDditlon condi1km ¬
tion are of the simplest They consist consistmerely eoastsmecely eIstmerely
merely in stretching the throat cords cordsworking cordsworking s swolJdng
working to keep them elastic eIa de and andstrong andlDstead andstrong
strong instead of becoming becoJDID flabby and andweak a1iweak adweak
weak Bare the neck when exercising exercisingHew ex exHew exercIagHow
Hew te t Exercise ExerC 8e Threat ThreatBegin TJKNtBegin ThroatBegin
Begin by bending the head down until untilthe wattlthe tit titthe
the chin touches the cheat and DIll then thenputting dtnputUag thenputting
putting It back aa far as the threat may aayhe maybe
be pulled There most DUI t be a sensation tWa of ofpulling ofpalltDg ofpulling
pulling from the cords under the chin chinfor c chinfor 1n 1nfor
for without wtt out It the muscles will not be beused beu beNext
used usedNext u ecL
Next the bead should be twisted from fromone frontone
one side to the other always with a lift lifttor ltft1Dr liftlug
lug motion while the chin to heM high highBeyond blghBeyond
Beyond kyODdhe these e movements there are annone areDOD arenone
none which hleh will really strengthen the thethroat thethroat thethroat
throat cords cordsFinally cordaFinally cordsFinally
Finally massage applying a flesh fteshbunding AuhbuDC fleshbuilding
building buDC Dg cream The latter need not be berubbed berubbed berubbed
rubbed under the chin but the from of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the neck shoutf IIou be wen soaked ed with it itat itat Itat
at night and this oil o should be be1ft rubbed rvfcbedHealth rubbedSn
1ft with a Arm rotary movement JDCWeIIMBtHealth movementHealth
Health Candies M ltK 1 Pore PoreTake PmeTake PureTake
Take a box of ofDelicious orDcUcleus ofDelicious
Delicious Ben Bens and Chocolate ChocolateameHS Chec8Weaor
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Famous ameHS Milk llIk Chocolate ChocolateOR
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