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Hundreds of Correct Sclu Solutions Sclutions Sclutions ¬
tions Sent in for Last LastWeeks LastWeeks LastWeeks
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Lovers of Nature and Students of ofBotany ofBotany ofBotany
Botany May Now Become BecomeBusy BecomeBusy BecomeBusy
Weekly eekIT prizes of five three nnd nndtwo andtwo
two 0 dollar respecthely nre given Rivento en
to 0 the contcNtnntN for the puzzle puzzleprinted puzzleprlntrc1 puzzleprinted
printed on the Womans omnu Page Pn e of ofhe ottbe ofthe
the he Sundny evening edition of The TheTimes TheTJU1e TheTimex
Times each week for the three threenotations threeolutlonll threeolutlonx
notations n 7Judced DijucJ ed Worthy rrortbyThe worthyThe WorthyThe
The context ivhich whtclacloxes closes at 3 p pm pm pm
m on Friday vridn f of eneh Week la open opento opento opento
to nil who core to solve the puzzle puzzleThe puzzleThe puzzlesThe
The nirardn ore tensed primarily primarilyon
on vorrcctncKM tlmclluess andnentnesx and andncntiicRx andnentueJilIC
ncntiicRx Originality fu preoentn preoentntluu preJentnIuu presentntlun
tluu also reccIoK consideration conC derntJun In Inawarding InnnrdiuJ inawarding
awarding the prizes prizesThat prizesThat prizenThai
That the sociability run scored a asuccess aFUCCe aruccess
success FUCCe S was amply evidenced during duringthe durlftgthu duringthe
the entire past week To be b sure suresome sure80lne suresoine
some thought thou ht the puzzle beneath a areally arlally areally
really truly puzzlers notice and andthese andthese andtheee
these theee just just dashed da bed oft a list merely to toshow toshow toshow
show that they the were willingto willing to stay stayin 8tayIn stayin
in the th game even though they werenot werenot were werenot
not overentertained Others Oth rs had some somefacetious somefacetious somefacetious
facetious remark to make and yet yetagain yetagain yetagain
again there were those Uao who really reallyenjoyed roa1l3enjoyed reallyenjoyed
enjoyed the contest as for instance instanceKnnert Intance1ob4rt instance1obert
Knnert XV V Farrelly who says saysNo saysNo sayso
No o I am not the owner of a a40horsepower atohorsepower a40horsepower
40horsepower touring tourIn car and may maynot Ina Inaaut maynut
not be able to tei te j the difference be betveen bet hetveen
tveen t YeeR a pair of giggles g and a rubber rubbertire rubbertire rubbertire
tire but just the same > > une I enjoyed enJoy the theSociability theoelablUty thet
t Sociability Run so much that some someday someday someday
day when I am not minus the price pricethe pricethe pricethe
the result re uJt may be a really autotst autoistNames autotstNames autolatNames
Names of Winners WinnersBut WinnersBut WinnersBut
But then to the announcement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the prize winnersFirst winners winnersFirst InnersFIrtMra
First FIrtMra First Mrs Corinna B Quisen Quisenberry QuhsenberaI Quisenberry
berry HyatUville Md MdSecond MdSecondMiss d d8ndMI
Second SecondMiss 8ndMI Miss Lucy 14 II Dorsett
1315 Thirtieth street northwest northwestThird northwestTldrd1tiss > > t tTldrdXla
TldrdXla Third Miss Elinor Moran 2416 2416Pennsylvania 2416Pennsylvania 41 t tPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue northwest northwestThe northwestThe northwestThe
The first two prizes were fre awarded awardedfor awardedforneatness
for forneatness neatness and timeline the third thirdin
in recognitionol th the clcvtr cctr presenta presentation Jres4tntllUOII presentation ¬
tion There were hundreds huut1r 1 or cor correct corhoet eorrt ¬
rect rt t solutions to n it goes without saying say saying say1I1K ¬
ing rhat toe prize IJ winners hmE > r1l each pre presented 18Eenlld presented ¬
sented correct lists
Last Weeks Solution SolutionThe SolutionThe SolutionThe
The aotutitxt follows
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2 Oldsmobile OidsrooblleX
X 3 L Columbia
4 Ford ForCFawfOlil
6 Crawfordi Crawford CrawfordOverland CFawfOlil0Yerta1Ml
i Overland OverhandT
7 Stanley S SlanIeyfl uI uIa
8 Middleby F
9 AVarrenDatreit AVarrenDatreitMl
Ml Anvfex
11 Kathesoa Mathe o
13 1 Stearns St4llinlU
13 Pullman
14 Washington WaahhtxtoeI6
15 Babcock BabcoekI
1 ls Apperson ppenJOII ppenJOIIli
17 Real RealIS R 1
IS 1 Cadillac CadillacIS
IS Elmore Elmoreaa ElIAOIS e ey5
aa Firestone Ftre tORe Coiumbue Coiumbuea CoIuiR M Mell
a SlueedwellNext Speedwell SpeedwellJfext ell ellXext
Next Is Wildflower Puzzle PuzzleYou Pu PuzzleYou zIe zIeYou
You see ee I am keeping my promise to togive togive togive
give to you a wlidnower puzzle and Rd for forthis forthis forthis
this week Mrs D Veihmeyer of 1 13S N V Vstreet Ystreet Vstreet
street northwest has prepHrodttee prep redtbe fol following following 1olowing ¬
lowing mystic Dty on native flora rtotaL
L 1 To contest an exclamation to toallow toallow toallow
allowe allow allowThe
e 2 The possessive of a bird a boys boysnickname 005nicknaMe boysnickname
nicknaMeAem nicknamea nickname
1 A Aem gem a useless plane
4 A spirit tit to run as water aer to tomistake toR tomistake
mistake mistakeAbbreviation R mistakeAbbrerlatlon IIUare IIUareAbbrevlaUon
Abbreviation of a boys name afirer a ariver aliver
river an an ri animal anlairtlAn animalAn aniMalAn
An animal an h instrument In tlUMellt for forsound forWOUDd forsound
sound sound
7 The 1 ioe J0 i esesrive esive e 6ive of the Norse Nc nIe god godof godof 041 041of
of mummer part of the face faces
s I possessive he ota of a gentlewoman gentlewomanlocks gencIe gentlewomanlobes lINIn lINIn10eJca
locks of hair haJrPeathe
5 Possessive of the goddess of ofJove oren oflove
Jove en an insect a snare snareML snareltd re reM
ML A < pillar a slender stem of a aplant apJanL aanL
plant pJanL1L anL
11 1L A Bible eharacter a consonant consonantan con onant onantalt
an herbplant heI herbplantIt Iant
13 An JIhnaJ animal an article for wear wearIS Wettr1J
IS The plural of a period of time a aconsonant aeoollam aconsonant
consonant which is sometimes sometimesa
a vowel vowelU rowelUtn
Utn 14 An article part of a girls rl name namea JNu e ea
a unK urlttI5 unKli
li A weapon an article a liquor liquorK
K A preposition a beverage a consonant con consonant eon8OJ1ant ¬
sonant a houseware article
17 Haste without ailment ailmentIt
It J6i A metal a consonant COf1tIO anl a measure measureof mureof
of length lengthML
ML A spice 100 square meters meters3s
3s > A vale to Jeer two vowels vowelI
3 I A boys name a preposition an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article to pluck an abyss abaA
21 I A Lowlanders nether r garment garmentI prme prmeJ
I am not much of a botanist myself myselfyet mYIleIftt myselfyet
yet tt from a gian gIa a at the solution I have havenn baeIIn haveAn
nn ICea 1iI that I have hJI seen n almost every
flower fto I represented rc rcrresentcdNos ntdXf XOK < 7 an and l 3 > 0 are arepoexfble ar arpoeMbl arepoerlbie
poexfble exceptions exeptionsbut but then t 1 may
know the Hiotsotn hI ort but not the name nameAll nalneAll namesAll
All of which wb b lead up to the fact that if ifJ ifI
J know JUl th these se dowels you surely > > must mustrecognize IItWJtlce mustr
recognize lce r snbf > them
Charming bed room room curtains crtai in colonial colonialeffect colonialtrfft colonialeffect
effect that can be made at 1kte n ie are of ofmesh oCnleb ofmesh
mesh They are made with a hem about aboutan aboutan aboutan
an Inch In width along Jon the two sides and andacross andacross andacross
across the bottom or tine linen tape half halfan haJ haJan halfan
an inch in width can be sewed on the theunder theurd theunder
under urd side id Just within a narrower 4 hem hemoDd hemand em emnnd
oDd made Into a simple design dea tn at the thecorners thelOI thecomps
corners cornersTKete lOI compsThere era eraTIHte
There curtains should Hang next the thepane thepuae thepuce
pane wtitte fur the inside hangings hangingsacross ltan hangingsarnss nJ1I nJ1IacnNiIJ
across the U top t of the window casing ca and anddown ando anddown
down o each side of a group of windows windowsfigured windows1illfIr windowsfigured
1illfIr figured d Kngltsh XngU h chintz may be used usedThe W WThe usedthe
The longer strips reach just about two twoinches twon taroin
inches in n b bes below bflk w the tb Hill Hit and are only a awidth awldth awidth
width of the rjaterial while the valance valanceacrosK val valanceacross aee aeeCIOIIII
acrosK the top which Is plaited on rings ringsin rl rlIn ringsIn
in scant box plaits in I about fourteen fourteeninches fourtetfuncbeli fourteeninches
inches long Ion when hen finished and extends extendsacross extendsa extendsaeroeb
across a the longer pieces at the sides > > Id of ofthe orthe ofthe
the windowHOW window windowHOW lndOwHOf
Where rust has not become too fixed flxedit ftxt ftxtit fixedit
it can often b bE > removed r ed by hard rub rnbItmf ru rubli
Itmf 1 li with a doth wet hi sweat oM oMCod 011l oHcoal
Cod l HI is J vm better Lot the srttafc srttafcposJt art1elu1ft artletepoint
point m 1ft the on several hours
CANT ANT we so o down into an al anthill anthilltonteht a1thilltonicht aflthtlltonight
tonight asked Det Dorfy fy and see seethem seethem > > ee eethem
them in 1 th their ir little IttU homesT homesTOf hoMes hoMesOf homesOf
Of course < we dont know koo how you youcouM youcould youceukd
could manage it added Davy cause causethe C8UHthe causethe
the ant holes are so o tiny tinyThe Un UnThe tinyThe
The Mouse ouie chuckled and gently eDtb tickled tickledeach tiekledeach tickledeach
each twin back of the ear and as he hetfeklod hetickle
tickle they dwindled till they the were ero no noktrxer noJarJer nolarger
larger than ants themselves Then Thenbe Thenhe Thenhe
he and WillY tickled each other and andthey and1 and1thc I Ithey
they thc CTWW 6 tiny too And at a oneleKT oneleKTxed 0 oneleg onelegrte41 1 =
lied squinteyed wish wi h from Willy l1Iy ail ailfo ailfOtrr ailforty 71
forty fo rr were turned tu into tiny black ants antsTliey antsTbe antsThey
They Tbe crawled slowly along in the themeonlteht th thmoonlllht themoeniisht
meonlteht until the Tickleant TIkle Tickleentfor nlfor for he hewas I Ias twgs
was as a mouse no longer Jcmelftoooed Mopped and andwiped andhis andwned
wiped his forehead with one shiny foot footThis foolThis
This is it a lone IO a crawl h n6 puffed Why Whydidnt Whydidri hY hYdidnt I
didnt t we have sense enough to wait It till tillwe tiIIwe tillwe
I Id
we sot clone cloi e to tile anthills before beforedwindline beforedwindling
dwindling dwindlineIt d wtndllnCII
It was as hard for ferthe the twins to toreaUZf toreaUZfthat realizethat realize realizethat
that the meat roat mountain of shining rocks reekmcwas j jwas
was as the anthill they th v had been playinK playinKtxMe lJtatlrlKbtkle tdaingbeside I
beside all the afternoon Ilft rnoon They were weres WlremaJl wereso
s so o small > > now that what had h been b n mere meregrains mt meregrains > r J Jlitndns
grains of sand bv day now seemed mon monstrous monlItrous monstrous ¬
strous stones tn and nd heavy Vy chunks of cran cranIte granlie
Ite Rut there Ua re lay Davys DAY toy shovel ahoveltookint shovellooking boelIoookln
tookint as a We bI as a barnrieht where wherethe wherthe wherethe
1 1And
it itAnd ItAnd
the twins had left
And not only was everything e erUtlnr in the theyard theyard II
yard much larger but the sounds of ofthe orthe ofthe
the night ni lat were ere e much louder l u r Whatsthat Whats Whatsthat Vhatstha
that t rushing jarring noise nel e whis whispered whtaperedd ¬
pered red Dorfy Uorfyrlats DorfyThats Dorr Dorrrbts
Thats the night shift at work workcarrying workearnlg workcarrying
carrying UI the grains of sand and anridropping anddropping
dropping them at the edge ee of the theheap thehCAP theheap I
heap answered the Tickleant Tickleantalways TheYahay They Theyalways
always work ork by moonlight at t this thtetime thisltme thistime
time of the th year if they have a rush ruahjob ru rushjob ib ibjob
job on band There comes one oneand and andhes I Ihes
hes red Run quick and hide But ButFASHION ButFASHION ButFASHION
Tiying TI ying to Oust the Comfortable ComfortableShirt ComfortableShirt ComfortableShirt
Shirt Waist and andA andSkirt andSkirt
Skirt SkirtA
being uf used usedon ed edon 1 1on
A great rest many m8n gowns 0vn8 arc u
on the th streets st in place of the t skirt and andcoat aJu1COAt andcoat
coat of former seasons tea And A d the gowns gownsare gowmare gownare
are l bean clng en = given touches t which wh h make makethem makethem makethem
them streety There are all sorts oi oiodd o oOf1t oold
odd coat outline seen on skirts klrt as 8 a asort asort asort
sort of apology for that garment which whichwill whichnm whichwill
will become oome unnecessary UDnec ry when w en summer summerweather Stimmelwe summerweather
weather we t r actually comes comesI comesTile comesTle
I The fashion a Jalon makers would like to re renJaeo r rpJaCf replace
place the old cpmfortthe comfort thu shirt waist waistand waista waistsum
and a d skirt with the entire entiremer gown own for sum summer Hummer ¬
mer wear but it Is it a difficult matter nttt r to toinstate toinstatl toinstate
instate a fashion distinctly d LtncU uncomfort uncomfortabl unenmfortable
abl able bl < for an essentially e cnUallr comfortable o ore oreInce oeonce e eonce
once the comfortable one has won Its Itsway ItsY ItsThe itsway
way wayThe wayThe Y
The shirt waist suit has > not much to tofear tof tofear
fear f r once a torrid sun beats eats down on oaus onus ont
us The weather of this sprint has hasbeen hilSI
t been ideal fcr cc the prevailing fashion fashioni fa fashlonnfar h10 rnJ rnJI
I i I for entire gowns oi owns and coats have lave been beenmore bepnf beenmore
more comfortable f than the > shirt waist waistPurity waistPurity waisturn
Purity urn in Quality QualityCleanliness
Cleanliness in the Making laklu lakluPromptneNJ
Promptness in DeliveryAre Delivery DeliveryAre Delhcryrore
Are ore the three main features that thatmake thatmakc thatmake
812 H ST N EPhone E EPhone EPhone
Phone L MM MMSpecial 1118Special 15 15Special
Special inducements I ucements for excur excursions cxcurIonti oxcurfions ¬
sions Ionti dawn tewnfetes QWR fetes and schools seho schopislvwvwv l lI
lvwvwv I Y 1f
Ff Ffa
Clever Idea of One Member of Puzzler Family In Presenting Pr Rti Efforts At Salving Sod Sociability biiity Run Puzzle PuzzleTI P12zleTh Puzzleti
TI Th 1 he e T > Ticklemouse Ticklemouseand I Iand rr 1CK 1 1 OflOO OflOOJ d ti o
J and his Sleepyland Adven Adventures AdventuresBy res emouserl jJd jJdI
I = t r I L 1 By Roy R RoYRatherfold y Rutherford Bailey with w Davy a an and Dorfy DorfyC or y yeCeoyrIrhL I i3I i3Ie vi vicC
cC eCeoyrIrhL < C rtt > yrisl bt > t IM 1 19U by y Roy Rutherford Balky BaltoyTickleants BalkyTheTickleants
TheTickleants e Tickleants lc ears s
it wa was too late The red ants anuRight night nightwatch iwatch I Iwateh
watch had seen > > tb them themIYhatloafing m mAVhat
AVhat VbatIoaftng loafing he criedin cried in a tfer tferrible trrl t r rrible I
rible rl l voice voice Ill show show you not to play playthe pray praythe playthe
the sluggards alU < < lIards Into the mine with withyou withyou withyou
you And down the dark passage pastmgeway passageway e eway
way scrambled the frightened rrtgbt ned four fourIt fourIt tourIt
It had seemed Itt ed easy e enough en u h that thatafternoon thatILrternoon thatafternoon
afternoon for each ant to carry one onegrain onerar onegrain
grain rar of sand at n t time but now no J
everything was Ra different Through Throughthe Throughthelogg
the thelogg long I dark tunnels up thesteep thesteepmountain the t p
mountain path across the outside outsidehtrtp outsideI
ht htrtp tp p they th they ey toiled with the heavy heavyloads hea healods heavyloads
loads of rock rockover over and a d over till they theyached theyach theyached
ached ach ached d in every ery joint of their many manylegs manyIfS manylegs
legs legsWhenever
Whenever tho watchful overseers overseerscaughtthemstopping overseerscaughttJol overseerscaught
caughtthemstopping caughttJol caught them l11 stopping to rest re t the quick quicki Qu quicklash k klash
i lash carne down on their little black blackshoulders blackshouldets8nd blackshouldeth
shoulders shouldets8nd and the toil t toil il began again againi
o ot
i t Oxydonos4 Oxydonos4A
i A scientific instrument Invented InventedI Inventedand
I and perfected erfecte by b Dr H Sancht Sanchtafter Sanchtafter Sanchtafter
after 40 years ears of study and prac praej practical
j tlcal demonstration h the medium mediumi mrdiumby mediumby
i by which Oxygen U ygtn acts RCt upon abnor abnorI abnormal abnormat
I mal conditions of < the body restor restoring r resterI tor toring
I ing normal nlr a T balance > of health and andpreserving andprescrvlng andpreserving
preserving it against further urth r at attacks attacks attacks ¬
tacks tacksTlie tacksThe tacksTime
The instrument is small and ant can canbe canbe canbe
be used without inconvenience inconvenienceanywhere Incenvenienceanywnere inconvenienceanywhere
anywhere and at any time quickly quicklyreUclng quicklyrelieving
1 relieving acute casesOxydonor cases casesOxydonor casesOxdunor
Oxydonor was successfully intro introduced introduced introduped ¬
duced to Washington 16 years ago agoand agoand agoand
and nundreds are now in use UIf We Wefind
find it necessary after many mu re requests reuos1l reeruests
quests uos1l to open op n permanent rman lIt local localoffices IucalofCIcea ducalotfices
< offices for tUe ai W > of a u the th < instrument instru instruI in tru trumente
I ment and vlicre advce at e can be ob obtained obtain ohtamed ¬
tamed tain d for tic proper use of same sameip sameiu samein
ip complicated compU < ate1 cases casesMnnv < 1lsesllnny
i Many convincing 1thnonlnll teotlmoninlxfrom toi 1thnonlnllfrourIlknlwn linonlal linonlalfroni
from frourIlknlwn vrllkupvn reHMeutt can be beneen heNeen beseen
neen In the office i V22T 1 3 S to nt nrr nrr2d U1Ti
i 2d d door innerOffice doorOffict
Office hour vriil UI further notice
URDAY 130 l O to < > 530 > > 30 p m mI mt mi
Mod fost > of the other ants were e miners minerslamps minerslamps er era1Id
lamps and the fsor found K doubly hard hardstumbttag Jtaaqtu bardsstunsbUng
stumbttag tu 1ac round Ie m the t e tad a Along Akmgtoward A AtoWard Alongtoward
toward morning MOrI Iag poor little Deify Dorr tripped trip tripped tripped ¬
ped a audvetl sl 1eti n a swarm of aa aac ants < s tumbling tumblingon tu tuon
on top of her heraronnd hftODe herOne
ODe oC the OVeIIHdII rs IJWU swung iii his lamp llunparoaad lamparound
around at t th the fear MJF straae Mr 1Itraa 1Itraare workers wertersTheyre workersTherre
Theyre re btackr black he screamed eroa eroaem Chs Cbae Cbaeens e eem
em out of herer here Kin K lawcried JI th tJtocried coonsr coonsrcried
cried the other red ants 5 wtn ing m their theirlamps tbeIrlaml theirlamps
lamps laml and scrambltag 8erm up the role e after afterthem alterth afterthem
them th m The lonely mine me was Jive Ive with withlights wItttIlghtrJ withlights
lights and andLuclrily angry shouts shoutsLuckily shoutsLuckily
Luckily when beD the four cached the thetop thetop thetop
top the watchman was rrowhere K where > in insiKht IIIsi hmsight
sight si ht Quick back to the thecried house botmercried housecried
cried tbe Tickleaat hurrying off 0 < < as fast fastas f fas fadas
as his b tired legs would carry him They Theystopped Theysto Theystopped
stopped sto In the shadow of 0 a tree for forthe forthe forthe
the distance was too great eat after ailand ail alland ailand
and Winy changed ed them back to their theirusual UtetrU8uaI theirusual
usual JIbe and shapeaNI shape shapeWell Jlbapereil
Well reil I know one thing Mid Dor Dorfy Dorfy Dorf ¬
fy f as the mice told then good night nightI L LI
I thought thout ht it was fur f1l before lore to poke pokegrains pekegrai pokegmales
grains grai of sand ncI back k Imo the ant holes holesjust bolesj 0 0j
just j UM to watch them carry them But I Inever Infer Inever
never will w l again againHere aphaHere againHere
Here toe echoed Davy with 1th a asleepy aaJee asleepy
sleepy aJee sigh
H IDaU > afl a it Horoscope HoroscopeThe o Bosco BoscoThe e
The tan Incline but do not notcompel DolcompeL notcompel
compelMonday compel compelMonday compeLIonday
Monday June 0 1910 1910tow 1310ow 10104ow
tow ow Mercury Mere ry gives rtaged powers eswrsTo I
1 10 aM mesas JIt R efforts In OWM hows lie lielllERCtRY koersfE1tCLRY howsERCURY
lllERCtRY fE1tCLRY ERCURY stationary statIon8 In the zodiac zodiactoday zodiactoday
1 1
today occupies a position lo iUOft of mm mmust un unusial 1lRUMJiI
usial ust al power denoting opportunity and andactivity andactivity andactivity
activity Employee should feel the ef effects elfecbl effects ¬
fects of the configuration cona Uon tn h creaed htcccued6IteIIO increasedenergy creaedenergy
energy and alertness Detail work workthat worktIIat workthat
that has become a matter of routine is islikely Islikely Islikely
likely to develop new W points tOIn of value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The planet whines brightly for any anyefforts anyfttorta anyefforts
efforts to interest the public in mer tnerehandise merchandise merduuldllte ¬
chandise to Introduce ntro MW T W goods and andmethod andMetbo andmethods
method And to attract business to toshop toshoPII toshops
shop shopJupiter shoPIIJlJplte shopsJupiter
Jupiter > r and Uranus Ura reach portions portionsthfct positionsthat OfIitionsfmt
that are held astruio astrukixkaliy trulod icliy iJly to augur augurwell allJurwell augurwell
well for business and laduetry lad etry Under Undertakings Unclertaktn Undertakings ¬
taktn takings begun n in signs like todays todaysshould todayHshould todaysshould
should prosper It ie J held to be an exceedingly ex exceedingly exce ¬
ceedingly ce UftJtty fortunate tune for opening openingnew openingnew openingnew
new places of business buIII nlarging or orremoving orremoving orremoving
removing removingThe removingThe removingThe
The period is held to be conducive to toharmonious toharmonious
harmonious settlements ettleme u of disputes and andquarrels andQuan andquarrels
I Quan quarrels and helpful for getting clear clearinsight c1er1ft8t clearinsight
1ft8t insight bt into perplexing matters Bust Bu ¬
ness nee affairs that have Ion long l been een smoth smothered amothereel smothered ¬
ered in annoying anDOyl details should be at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked today tOt with 1th new vigor and a abroad abroad abread
broad mind mindThere mindThere mindThere
There is a bright augury au ry for reforms reformschanging reton retondtdnJ reformschanging
changing bad habits starting new ca careers careers careers ¬
reers and a overcoming old obaclesAccountants obstacles obstaclesAccountants o c1e8 c1e8Aceountanu
Accountants and others dealing = with withftmres withrea withf
f ftmres gurus rea should n fid ad the time helpful h prui far farHseoverin felertn fordlscoverin
Hseoverin ertn errors errorsTravel errorTnlvel errorsTravel
Travel sightseeing MttnJ amusements JftutleJlte u study studyand Mud Mudaall studyand
and art are under good ood oodThe signsThe signs signsThe
The day is marked as excellent for forencaging fore forengaging
engaging e CIUt men or women for or any work workThere workThere ork orkThere
There rises an omen of disaster for forre4 a agreat agreat
great re4 city ett in southern Europe EuropePersons EurupePenot EuropePersons
Persons I with this Mrthdate are likely likelyto
to k discover cI er new methods during dtl th thtwelvemonth the thetwelvemontk thetwelvemonth
twelvemonth and will profit by y consid eotwidering considering coDIIWtheir ¬
ering their past efforts critically and andwithout alNlwithout antiwithout
without vanity vanityChildren VIIltyChIldren vanityChMdren
Children horn b m today are under stars starsthat Marsut starsthat
that often nett incline their subjects MI JeeUi to m mien SR SRieRlle intense
ien tense kindness and benevolence RC Grace Graceful Gracerut
rut activities are usually U8UII th the gifts l of ofthose ofthose
those born under these signs signsGIRL signsGIRL
Made of Different Materials Each EachHolds EachHolds EachHolds
Holds Some Different Toilet ToiletArticle ToiletArticle ToiletArticle
Article ArticleThe
The girl who is u untodate todate te has rubber rubbercases naWteraaell rubbercases
cases for t her wash wa cloths and aadea ones fcaoacesa
a crystal ea IN or abet er case for her tar tooth toothorvshes toothn tooth3rr
3rr orvshes > n sbes and another uer for her hert soa soaBesides sons sonsBesides
Besides these t she lle has a case or two twofor tlOfor twofor
for her nleht dresses another for r her hercort heraDd hercorset
corset and another for her comb and andbrush aJHI1wwIh andbrush
brush Her kimono of straight lines linesand IIneeaad linesand
and little trhnminr trlJ8ll Drt folds up into a tiny tinyparcel Uaya tinyparcel
parcel a and dUi into a square envelope envelopeof < ftveIe nveteoeof e eoC
of nMtterial to match and now 110 even her herbed Iterhtod herbed
bed room slinoers lIIi On are provided for as asnultted asulheel asquitted
quitted satin one may be M uebourht bousht thatturn that thatturn thattl1rn
turn down at the heel and a forfit nt snugly in into IAto into ¬
to a quitted ias aw made afor for f or them themOf theJnOC themolfcourse
olfcourse Of course tn the cas uses reduce oackinc to tothe tothe tothe
the utmost t Mraolicity 1 < bat will 11I the cus custom custom ensmom ¬
tom ln I insuectors p ttors of the future not havea haveabusy havesbtIw haveabusy
busy tin time wh when Molt trunks full of little littleara sep separate separaie ¬
arate ara bass 1IA must WI be examined examinedUSE exunbtedUSE examinedUSE
To clean hair brushes dissolve aj ajpiece a apiece I
piece pi of soda in sme s me hot water al allowing al allowing aJlowt
lowing lowt a piece the size of a walnut walnutto alnutto
to a quart of water ter Put the waterInto water waterInto tell tellInto
Into a basin basl and after combing e mbia the thehair tbehair thehair
hair out of the th brushes dip them thembristles tJaembrhlUe thembristles
bristles downward into the water ter arm antiout armout ILTMiCHIt
out agate keeping the backs ana anahandles antibandies I Ihaadles
handles as free from fro tbe water a apossible s spossible I Ipoatble
possible Repeat this th until the brte brteI I bristles r I
I ties 11 look dean then the rinse thebrushes the thebrushes thebrutihe
brushes in a little cok eo water Shakethem Shake Shakei Shaketb6lft
i them well and wipe the handles haMlesaM haMlesaMbcks andbacks and andbacks
backs with Ith a towel but not the t e bris bristies Dl1rttleas briatles
ties Let the brushes bMUJh dry in the sunor sun suni Un Unr
i or r near t tine fire but take arc not notto notto notto
to put them too close elo e to the Are fireVtping AreI lirelplng
I Wiping lplng the bristles makes mak > 1S them softas soft softas ft ftas
as does d e soap
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1 GIFTS for or the he BRIDE and an anReiiabseweiry GRADUATED GRADUATEDt I
t Reiiabseweiry Reliable Jewelry at Reliable Reductions Reductionsl I
s l These articles assure their own welcome by their matchless matchlessrnu s sworth
rnu worth beauty and durability Our assortment of gifts is par 1
IfI ticularly complete and every article Is offered at a particularlyi particularly 5
l i d I IItll
w 1 Jin attractive price pricer
i r F Itll Ii So striking indeed are the reductions offered that we feel itj it 1 1necessary
j yJ necessary to emphasize the splendid quality of every article irei in
+ i t Iff our store Fifty years reputation for reliability stand bay bavk I
1 Ii W of every article we sell sellAs
1 As ea Gifts for the Graduates
i 1 1NS NS C Mens fensSignet Jslgnet SI net Kings from fromto m me
i 4 > > to S St 3 3Solid
li e Solid Gold Scarf cir Pins 91 91to 1 1th I
1 I PJ obt th to to 510 510Diamond 810Dinmond
6 Diamond Scarf Pins 7600 7600up 600 600fA 600Solid
t fA I 1 up
fA Il = 4 e upSolid Solid Gold Cuff Buttons DuttonllT ButtonsV5O
7 74 T V5O t + l 0 upr up upWatch
r P Yntch Watch V elf Hobs < obf solid Gold Goldi
1 i ffi I j d I gioo OO up
YA9 Cut Glass GlassDishes Gla Glass11inch II IIlIlnch
lIlnch Cut GIlk Celery Celerf CeleryrGO rGO rGOr 60 60y
Dishes D UVJ UVJCut
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I I 1 exquisite fnui te new e crystal pat < J 375 375Extra o rrjr rrjrtern
J tern DD t tExtra
Extra Heavy lIea Cut Glass Glniss Berry BerryIIowI Berr BerrIJowlH
j l Bowls tfng richest cut J J7 7 725 725Cut OCT OCTCut 25
7ii r i Cut Glass IVapple or Olive OliveDishcK OJheDIHheK OliveDlrbex
I DishcK handles with or without SI S 100 1 iUUUp iUUUp8Inch fA 04 nn U up upfl P PRJ1f
fl if i Ii I 8Inch Cut Glati Berry Derr QJ 4 425 25 ff ffBowls
I Bowls Special priceCut price prIceCut tDfi U UCut
RJ1f 171 II Cut Glass Gln Vinegar and antij fiJO 200 200lnrJe ff ffOil 00
Oil OUCru CruetsLarge Cruets tDtiUU1 tDtiUU1Large
j Large Cut Glass Vase standing standln
16 inches high a striking hand handSpecial handBOme handsome
some piece value alue 22JiO
1 00
Special price prieeS priseExtra o oExtrn
S Extra Heavy He l Cut Glass Glassice GIanIce GJnKI GJnKIce
Ice Cream Platter clover cloverleaf cloverc r rI
leaf pattern IS I 000 2 00
I f L in In diameterf diameter <
Harem System May Not Lo ng n Hold Out Against Wegt Wegtern W Wern t tern
ern Ideas IdeasFlying Flying Machine Surmounts Barriers Ji Jisuperable l lsuperable 1superable
superable to Motor Cars
HOSE who were pros JllMeat out at the herecent therecent
T recent Cairo flaring meeting will winnot willet willt 1
t not et forget UM t e assaire brBttance brBttanceof
of f the scene tif sy i an English Englishwriter BagII BagIIwriter 13ietlehwriter
writerThe writer writerThe I
The aeroplanes sliding through the das daaatiflg daszling cJaxlIng
lIng blue produced an excitement ex t something some something aomething ¬
thing like frenzy in the uegathered picturesque mob mobwhich mobwhich
which gathered round the course coa e Grave GraveArabs GraTeAraN GraveArabs
Arabs front the desert broke Into un unwonted 111Iwonted unwonted
wonted gestures the negroe fairly radi radiated nMIiated radiated
ated delight d ht at the strange sight sightBedouin aIcIrtBedouin sightBedouin
Bedouin women peeped f fre Pros ross their wrap wrappings wrappings wrappings ¬
pings with frightened ecstasy only thecamels the thecamels thecamels
camels were unmoved unmovedThe unMOVedThe unmovedThe
The Khedive was keenest anK + > ng the thespectators thespeetators thespectators
spectators and at his command a aelal ape special apecal ¬
cal stand wa was erected for tb the women of ofhis orhie ofhis
his harem from which hidden by thick thickgreen tIddcgreen tkldcgreen
green blinds they watched the doings d IDp m mthe 1ftthe Inthe
the aerodrome aerodromeCuriosity aerodroeCurlo aerodromeCuriosity
Curiosity Curlo tty has always 1W been womansstrongest womans womansstrongest womans8trcmge
strongest t incentive to t try her wings wt p in
To Make Color Fast Fabrics Shook SfeouWBe ShookBe SliuuMBe
Be Treated Before BeforeWtshmg BeronfIashm BeforeWasking
Wtshmg WaskingWith WtshmgWkh fIashm fIashmrkla
With rkla car used on most JDO t sC the tINhi mscn mscnNo C Cins
hi ins < < blouses es that must stand bard wear wearIt wearit
It k important te know bow u held a kNo It ItNo
No colored cottons sbouia be laundered launderedwithout lansinrndwithout laHTI he hewithout
without first being set This TIllstOmmonly to most mostcommonly mostcommonly
commonly done by soaking kine the article to tobe tobe tobe
be washed in strong g salt t water waterhour e Sr an anhour ashour
hour before laundering launderingA
A sure method for some colors is to a aMigar use usesugar Of I Ir
lace lacefive DU DUnve JIbaeAve
sugar r of lead for f4 r the setting
Ave cents worth rth of It in a bucket of ofsolution ofwater t twatr
water and let et tAe material seek at in UM UMMhatlon thesolution
solution for flint at atA n ufinA minutes minutesence t tA
A woman who has bad much experi experiwith exAceia
ence with t tdepartment tef testing colored goads for f ot otdepartment I It a
department t store Say she he gets the her hesretults Der Derrt herin
rt retults + ults in setting color from the o oof 1JC sof
of C turpentine She adds adc one tabtespoc tabtespocful tablapocful f ftut
ful of turpentine to light ght t quarts qu ofwater of ofwater
water and lets the Jfarments garments snag 10 mjt mjtfor h hfor itfor I
for half an n hour T Tbefore This should be done donebefore tIeDeDetore
before launderingBesides laundering launderingBesides 1a DclertD < <
Besides BEid the setting ttIJIa of color it ittart to i impor important 1aIpertaat iapsrtip ¬ I
tart with uncertain shades like lavender lavendersoan tiprub Ia Iablue
blue or green eeD to be c1etuI DOt to toa nab nabMNLp
soap on them themDry rattler wash in insuds a thick thicksudL
suds PInk cotton materials usably usablyfade By Byfade
fade lees e e than ether delicate data dataDry dataDry
Dry in the shade This tejUl is aD ally tajpor1 tajpor1tant
tent No o amount of setttoaT settingduce w wtJI en endure eaUte ¬
duce the effect e < < < < w of a hot hotDo son sonaids a
Do net UH too Dot II troa ion as beat beataids
aids ItI m In fading delicate colors colorsHERES coIonHERES colorsHERES I
A good recipe r lpe for Sally San Lunn fol follows follows ¬
lows One On quart dour twothird cup cupof cupof up upo
of o butter three tablespoontulj sugar sugarfour sugarfour
four eggs one teacup of milk fit two twoteaspoonf twoteaaPGOl1tuls twoteaspoonfuls
teaspoonfuls uls cream vf f tartar and a d one oneof oneor oneof
of soda or substitute a good ye yepowder yeast yeastpowder I
powder two teaspoonSuto t teaspooaf i and a d a a little littlesalt UttleIt littlesalt
salt It Sift the sugar salt t and yeast yeastpvwder yeas yeaspowder east eastJKw
powder JKw et with the Hour add a s d the eggs eggswell eggswell
well 811 beaten then the butter b waited meltedtact waitedlast
last th the ep of milk tankStir milkStir lit I
Stir all together steadily BteadU a few min srfnvtes minrtes mbtltH
rtesBake vtes vtesBake ltHBake
Bake m In a wellgreased we1I square re pan panin panin i ipretty
in a pretty hot ven even twentyftve tweat min minutes minutes a autfl ¬
utes or until a trmw raw stuck into it itcomes itComes 1
comes out free from dough douarnHOW cIo o
For the rye e bread scald scald Id a pilaf of ofI oflOOk
I lOOk milk and disaorve d otn in It a tabfaspaonful b rf l r raeb
1 each of 0 butter and sugar and add a tea teaspoonful teaspoonful
spoonful Cul of salt aIt allow the mixture ll Xture to tocool tocool
cool e OI then add a teacupful of yeast yeastMake JUtlake yeastMake
Make the sponge in the morning nd ndplace m3slow
slow It to 0 stand over night fa a cool eooIpIa coolplace
pIa place e then add three cupfuls e of rye ryeHour ryebeat ryeug
Hour ug beat It well and let it rise when whensufficiently wbeDnfklenU whensufficiently
sufficiently risen add more rye flower to tomake tomake tomake
make it firm knead well for half an anhour ADhour ashour
hour let it rise again a n knead once more moreshape moreshape
1 shape > into loaves loa and bake bakeRye bakpI bakeRye
Rye R e bread must never nev be be so stiff 1l ft as aswhite aswhle aswhite
I white bread nor der does it t require requireMuch so somuch somuch
much kneading
Little Finder Rln Rings s the
latest for Girls with Ruby
Amethyst Jade Coral and andother anaother
other stones 200 00 up upSolid upSolid
Solid Geld Brooches set setwith setwith
with Pearls and other otheistones otherstones
stones from L t o up upSolid upSolid
Solid Gold Bracelet plain plainor
or engraved x00 500 up e
Gifts for the Bride
Sterling SterllD Silver SilverIfrult SlherUrult SilverIlruit
Ifrult Iinhet Knives g Beautiful Sterl Sterling Sterling ¬ 7
ing Silver Pearlhandled PearlhandledFruit Pe rlhan4Ued rlhan4UedFr ed f
Fruit Fr t Knives or Butter < JM c cSlireads
Spreads Sj reads In box boxO O 4 tt0o < tUU tUUOyMter 00 i iOyster
Oyster OyMter O Cter Korku J b < orkH g Sterling Silver SilverOyster ihtr ihtrO i iOysbter
Oyster O ster Forks gold tines tine thnegin A AA
Oysbter 4 400 400Olive 00
in box boxOlhe x SviuU SviuUOlive
Olive Spoon Spoona no end ntl Forks orkKo Sugarand Sugar Sugarand Sugrarand
and Bonbon Spoons Sardine and andMeat aLdMeat j
Meat Forks sterling sterlingsilver steIingec sterlingsilver
silver Special ec price QJ AA AAcholoe
choloe en i J JL 100 100IntCne VIU VIUMnt t tMassive
Massive Mnt < re Berry Derr or Salnd Spoon Spoonsentirely Spoonxentlr Spoonentlrly
entlr entirely ly new colonial design fluted flutedbowi ftuttdbowa flutedbows
bows pattern unusually unusuallyhandsome d f fhandsome
handsome tDO tD tD1omat 6 e eTomatn lU lUSterling 00
1omat and E Egg J s serA Seer i
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Sterling Silver Teanponno Teanponnoin
in a dozen rich designs desll per perset is
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set of 6 130 upCold up upCold upCold
Cold Meat or Salad SaladKorkx SnlndJ SaladForks
Forks J < urk f3iO 3 3i0 0 ui uiLarpte uiLnrJe ujLarge
Large A Assortment sortn > cnt of ofServing ofServing ofServing
Serving Pieces Piee 6 of the lat latest letest ¬
est designs I Ii
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freak fields Fathna atM stnsds isr the chesos4 1IaeoC themnl
sos4 of the pnrdah nsman Ie Ieq U i a aquestion aquestion
question q whether the Orienfaal Oenr rierlldwDl al rem remamen sssfim sssfimthe
amen will be aWe io MIl sad agidast agidastthe c cthe
the permeation of Western w Mess The Thea TheantTaI Thearrival
arrival oC die aeupla aeroplane fs srmbolie or ora ofa
a renaissance r of thought m ta the Wens Wensapartments wosstnsapartments S Sapllltl8eata
apartments The railway trata the bi bicycle biCJde bicycle ¬
cycle and the motor did net even ripple ripplethe riltplethe rip de dethe
the calm surface of tbe tbeute secluded palace palacelife palacelife
life but the Bylngmachsne amebae will sur surmount wrIDOIIIIt surmount
mount barriers these tJN e could net t pasIn pas IMSSIn tUL tULJa
In his fascinating romance Q I Iebantd TDIsen TDIsenchmnted Dbeachanted
chanted Pierre Loti shows with a apoets a apoet apoets
poets poet insight the soultragedy of three threecharming tIIfteTurklBh threecharming
charming Turkish girls Kr who eat oat their theirhearts dletrbean theirhearts
hearts among the silken ensUens of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their gorgeous homes Their studies in inhistory InIdIIt inhistory
history IdIIt ry and philosophy their knowledge knowledgetbe e etit
tit t the e world oat outside IIe conveyed h hthe r rthe
the medium of foreign novels serve sev s only onlyI a 1y 1yto y yto
to make e their reaIbe clearly that dt they theylive y ylITe
I live behind beIdBdpri8on prison bars
Deft Hostess H ess May Fashion Fasbi R Own OwnPrizes OwnPrizes OwnPrizes
Prizes With Little LktfcExpense LittleExpease LittleE1tllease
Expense ExpenseAn
An attractive Deice to UM iMetap fcrsasifcr fcrsasifcrcap bsea5l6dchip
cap thai is new and fsriJonnbltThese fashlsnahla fashlsnahlaThese f v R R11teR
These are very expensive DI I when w wilenlac a aboagkt
bw a d dfu fr hostess can aa fusion fusionher finHonher 11 11tier
her own ow from t t ot Swiss Sw and lace lacethe laceOr laceor
Or entirely of Ia IaThe lae laeThe
The breakfast cap is a deveiopmes enlalllc I or orthe ofthe
the nightcap which wI eII has au been worn for forseveral fotliner forseveral
liner several seasons bat hi more e elaborate elaborateA
A Icvrty Jc 3 one of fine cream ailever aileverValenciennes ailoverValencteanes er erVaIeDdeBDes
Valenciennes lace has a amob aon crown of ofhe orlie ofibe
ibe > he allover a onl design with frill and lapels lapelsof IIq eIs eIsof
of lace edging to match Across 1 the theue tleflbm thefebnt
flbm III a loose twt twin t el pink or blue WueIffoa blueKfon ue ueMron
Mron white bile tiny pink rosabndE I and andi andof
i of ribbon dangle over lapois lapoise Ia luppedsae IIII IIIIsa
sa ae Ce e at either side of this band and faton fail failon failOIl
on the faceOther face faceOther faceO
Other O her prizes can be oblong > bag of ofsatin orsatill ofsatin
satin ten inches wide by b fourteen t bah bahlong meh s slong i iIoD
long IoD lot m delicate tones of e pink II Ik or blue bluecasing l blueThere lue lueTIwft
There III an frill tile hag dNIIIe Wit h hat t tcasing
casing at top through which is mn r a anarrow anarroW anarrow a
narrow silk cord or < < ribbon ribbonVeiling JtWeael1bf
Veiling 1 eatis el1bf the satin on both sides is a ahand aIaaDd aband
hand of 0 heavy gold Old passrmfnterit p tie inopen in inopen 1nopna
open design der cD three inches wide and andMue andaIKe andabove
above It cold Mf dotted with pint ot otblue orblue
blue pink and ad siiversi silver blue a and d dwna goldd golddviolet Id IdrioIet
violet aDd the greeaieh 1 I8b gold and lid y to towith w wbro
with bronze bro are good combtaations combtaationsTneee CGIU CGIUTDeft combiaatiooaThese
Tneee bags are simple unJ le to make a athey athey athey >
they are sewed wet m ID straight straightsides smaes on onsides 1 1BidEs
sides and bottom bottoniALCbHOL bottoDALCUHOL
Pure PLi alcohol aJc bo1 can be used U ed with wtt won wonderful werdeful ¬
derful success as a means of cleaning cleaningMack deMpnblack
Mack Spanish fir r Cbaiutlly Cban Db ace taceThe aceTbe laceThe
The alcohol should 14 be poured into int a adean adeaII adean
dean baste and whipped with the hairl hairluntil 1Ian 1Ianuatil bamiuntil
until it is frothy frothybe wIleD the lace ahauli ahaulibe 11 11be
be dippedJato dipped gto o it and Del weB worked asou asouwith abouwith ou ouwItb
with slit fingers AII n until the disc dl h in > TO Noed b bss p pAfter
ss ed edAfter
After gen ge ty squcemhig qal out the mmii ui uilace it itthe i ith
the th lace siould s1 a U1d be laid on a raise reUedoth teMlcloth raisecloth
cloth the patterned edge polled ou oueach oUeacb oueach <
each scalko caIk tI of picot bang rartent rartentdown faaleentdowD fasteni fastenidown
down w with ith a pia pinWhen pia1wu piatTea
When 1wu perfectly dry the IIIce hc should b hunphned t tunpinned bunpbmecl >
unpinned and pressed gently between betweentbt betw betwtlM betweethe
the palm of tn t too 4II hands until smsoch u uplace 1 it itplace r rpIa
place pIa < e of ironing it a rut i ft + would Hatter Hatterthe Jblttt1e
the pattern and spell S J the color colorCARAMEL colorCARAjEL colorCARAMEL
Two cupfuls cupt of sugar half a cnpfu cnpfuof elPftoC
of milk and a teaspoonful aI of butte botteBoil DatteBoll butteBoil
Boil Carefully until a little of the mh mhLure mix mixture mixture ¬
ture dropped in cold water ater win harden hardenenough bard bardnou harderenough
enough nou h to be > At to roll up UJ Into o a bar barThen baTThen iralThen
Then stand saucepan < 3u pan In a pan of col colwater coiwater i iwat <
water wat r Stir contents < Ontfnt < slowly and when W n1 is isbegins i ibegins jbEg1n
begins to harden hard n proceed I at once OQ to tospread t tsp tspread
spread sp d it over o r the cake eak using for th thpurpose tbporpote
purpose purpose a knife > duped in hot water Watera
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