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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY VElJE ItY JUNE 15 i 1910 1910la 1910Dorothv 1910Do
Do Dorothv tv Dix EllaWheeler rIla la Wheeler Wilcox frances Carroll i
The Autobiography of Mrs H Hen n Peck PeckBy
By Dorothy Dix
1
CHAPTER II IIHow IIHow IIHow
How to Get Your Own Way WayITHOUGH WayALTHOUGH WayLTHOLGH
ITHOUGH they d de not ot know itA It ItL Itthe
ALTHOUGH L the first month monlhor or two of every everyi everyJDr1Iae everymarriage
A i marriage te a duel d et between has husband h5bflJHl hasband ¬
band and wife for the position positionof po
of autocrat of the family Without per perceiving percetvlag percetviag ¬
ceiving how it te dom d the question q to lathen tothe Jathe
the the settled settl d of whleh one to going D te do dotho 60the dothe
the giving up which one is going o1n < to bethe be bethe bethe
the one that te considered eon ldered and deferred deferredto
to which on 8M te going aoi to have to learn learnseifeentrol earnselfcentrot learnselfCentro
seifeentrol aDd te exercise all theChrietlaa the theChristian theChr18Uau
Christian virtue because the other opewont one onewont ope opewont
wont wontGenerally wontGenera1ly wontGenerally
Generally in this battle royal for pos possession poseMIen poeseIelon ¬
session of the throne the woman loses losesout loNeout beesout
out because most girls are so glad to be bemarried bemurMd bemarried
married and so grateful to the men who whosave whosa whosave
save sa ve thorn from betas bel g old maids that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they assume a humble and adoring attitude atti attitude aWtu ¬
tude tu e toward their bridegrooms They Theyare Tbeyare Theyare
are willing to agree to anything < and do doany doany doany
any way and by the time they find out outthe outthe outthe
the mistake they have mad > it is too toolate too1ate toolate
late iff correct it itFortunately ItFortu itFortunately
Fortunately Fortu tely I was not one of these thesefooHsh tb tbfo thesefoolish
foolish virgins OR the th contrary I hadalways had hadalways badalwall
always had my lamp It it and burning burningand burninga burningand
and a d a tank of Standard Oft handy for foremergencies toreme foremergencies
emergencies eme encle and so io o when I I was mar married married inerrfed ¬
ried J was Po wiser to the Importance of ofgetting ofgettl ofgetting
getting gettl g started 8 right In the matrimonial matrimonialrace
race raceTherefore raceTborCore raceTherefore
Therefore I began in the beginning to toassert toaaert toassert
assert my JR right to have my JD own way wayNaturally wayaturany wayNaturafy
Naturally as John was a determined determinedsort deterndnedIIOrt determinedsort
sort of a person who bo had always done doneas doneas doneas
as he pleased our wills dashed and andthen andthen andthen
then it was a question of whe should shouldgive abouldgive shouldgive
give IB IBShe IRShe isShe
She Recalls the First Tilt TiltWith TiltWith TiltWith
With Her Beloved BelovedI
I remember distinctly di the first occaaloe occa occasion OCCslon ¬
aloe It was about a u trivial a matter matteras
as going to the theater but I was fight Aghhtfug fighting Iting ¬
ing for a principle and I paUsed realized that thatto uaatto teatto
to a degree all of myfuture my future success In Inmanaging Inmana3lR inmanaging
managing < my husband and doles doID as I Ipleased Ipleued IPleased
pleased depended upon ray achieving ae a avictory a1e10l avictory
victory I had asked John te tafce me meto meto meto
to see a certain play pia and he had de declined de decned decllned ¬
clined saying riD < that it was silly badly badlyacted badlyacted badlyacted
acted and vulgar and that he did not notapprove notapplOve notapprove
approve of my seeing it It Any other otherplay otberpIa otherin
play pIa in town he would gladly take me meto meto metplay
tplay tplayut
to but ut no ROt that one oneOf oneOf oneOf
Of course in reality I cared nothing nothingparticularly DOthi DOthiparUcularly nothing
particularly about the t play but was wasgot wasgoing I Igoing
going got to let him dictate to me and force forcehis forcehiff
his hie oBinkm upon On me 7 Tell me what I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should see and what I shouldnt see seeVttere Met Metbere seeWhere
Where I should go and where I Ishouldnt Ishouldnt Ishouldnt
shouldnt go Heaven forbid forbidOh forbidOh forbidOh
Oh but I want to see that play I Ipleaded Ipleaded Ipleaded
pleaded pleadedBut pleadedBut pleadedBut
But darling artt I dont want you to see seeit Beeit seeIt
it he answered rood naturedlr naturedlrYou naturedlyYou lY lYYo
You Yo wont give in to me Mer I lNot said moldNot saidNot
Not when Mn I know kBOWI I Alit right he answered an answer aaswered ¬
swer swered ed with the lordly air of a new newbridegroom DeWbrkleroom newbridegroom
bridegroom bridegroomIts brkleroomIts
Its now or never I whispered to tomyself tomrse1 tomyself
myself How shall I conquer him himWhat himWhat himWhat
What sball 11 I do doT And in an instant instantthe inIItanttbt instantthe
the answer came to me like a flashJearsf flash flashHearst JIuhreacsl
Hearst reacslWifes JearsfWifes HearstWifes
Wifes Tears Gauge GaugeJohns CaulaJohns CaueeJohns
Johns Fatal MistakeWithout Mistake MistakeWithout MiKakeVltMui
Without another other word I fian fang r my nayself myIIOU myself
self out of the room roo and andkiIre tare t re into my mybedroom mybedroom mybedroom
bedroom threw myself IIftf face down downward downard downward ¬
ward ard on the bed andiNegan and Vegan to sob as asIf asif
If my m heart b rt would break when In Inxeality InI Inreality
reality I I was crying because I was wasfuriously wasfuriouslY wasfuriously
furiously angry and the more I cried criedthe criedtbe criedthe
the madder I got 9t and the more freely freelythe freelythe freelythe
the tears came until I was a perfect perfectsaltwater perfectsaltter perfectsaltwater
saltwater geyser geyserOf Ifey geyserOr er eror
or course John Joh was idiot enough to tofollow tofollo tofollow
follow follo me m thereby playing into my myhand myhJMI myhand
hand because of course there is no nouse nouee frouse
use in weeping unless there to somebody some somebody some 8omeb6dy ¬
body te see He you do it and you can make makehist makehi makehint
hint hi miserable bie by itLuckily it itLuckily ItLuck
Luckily Luck for women a man never neverknows nev nevknows neverknows <
knows lio h1w w to diagnose the case when
a woman cries He cant for the lifeof life lifeof ur uro
of o him distinguish d1 between bet temper and anda
a broken heart That was Johns fix He Hethought Hethoucbt Hethought
thought that he b had wounded me by byhis I Ihis IretuI
his refusal that he had bruised my mysensitive mysensitive 1
sensitive nature and so he petted and andtried aDdtr andtried
tr tried to comfort me me and attempted to tQxplaln toexplain j
explain why he didnt want to take his bilelittle hte1 hte1little I Ilittle
little white souled bride into an atmosphere at atmosphere atI ¬
mosphere msph re that he considered contaminat contaminating ¬
ing and vicious viciousJohns viciousJohns
Johns Surrendor SurrendorA I
A Sad Misstep HitepHe j jHe
He spread ours oqt before me talking taUt in inlittle mlittle Inlittle
little short broken sentences as a man mandees manMee mandoes
does when he to deeply moved aM the thepWtic theJfoetic thepbetlc
pWtic and sentimental 8enU ntal fancies tan that he hehad beha4 hohad
had about the e innocence of girlhood girlhoodthat girlhoodthat girlhoodthat
that I represented to him He begged beggedand beggedand
and entreated roe m to see it from his hisI h hpoint hispoint I
point of view and be comforted but butI
I was crying < for a purpose and I Inever Ir Inever I
never r ceased until finally he rose up upwith upwith
with s sigh and with a look on his hteace b baee hisface I
face ace that I had never seen before beforea beforealook beforealook a alook
look as if something had been killed killedthat d kGledthat Jed Jedthat
that he loed loedbe he put on his hat and andwent andwent andwent
went out and d bought the tickets for forthe fortb forthe
the tb eho ehoAncI show showAnd showAnd
And we went to the play that night nlehtIt nbhtIt
It was a horrible play but I was tri UIumphant triumphant tnUlft ¬
umphant Ulft baJat because I had won my first firstvictorv ftratvtetOlV firstvictory
victory victorvSince victorySince
Since Sl e then I always have h fray way wayabont wayabout wayabout
about everything = because be th minute minuteJohn minute1o minuteJohn
John 1o n opposes me I begin to cry Of Ofcourse DCI Ofrourse
course it isnt always easy MII to do it itbut itbut I
but Ive xot the art down to a fine finejxxnt ftneJC floepoint
I point JC nt now When I perceive rcrive that it te teKoiiur IIrofrur isgoing
going to be necessary for me to w weep WMIPI weepto ei eito >
I to get X my own f wn wav I begin b < ln to think thinkof thinkI thinkof
of all the sad things tbln I can
I
u uI uI
I
I WOMANS PART IN DIVORCE DIVORCEBy
By Ella Wheeler Wilcox WilcoxCopyright WilcoxCopyrl8lat
Copyright ItlS
IVORCE te increasing < in our ourin ourland ourland
DIVORCE land in many man lands Therehave There Therehave Therehave
have been various va ous reasons as assigned uDeCl assIgned ¬
signed DeCl as explanations explaJaa ODlJ of this thtounfortunate thisanfortunate titleunfortunate
unfortunate condition ltI in our domestic domesticand cJomeetIcand domesticand
and social lifeThe life lifeThe uteTJte
The enlarged mind of woman herhigher her herhigher belhigher
higher ideate of life her larger new opportunities op opportunities opjGrtwaltJea ¬
portunities for selfdevelopment elt and andselfsupport adflelt andselfsupport
selfsupport flelt upport have been been mentioned mentionedamong Dentionedamon inentonedamong
among amon < other things thingsIt
It has h been said that there are no nomore aomore nomore
more unhappy wives wi in this era than in inthe inthe inthe
the times when wb divorce was virtually virtuallyunheard Ylrtvallyunheard virtuallyunheard
unheard of but that instead of o suffering suf suffering ulterm ¬
fering in silence and f < ieae earteg riDtI eg every everypossible everypossible eIY eIYpoNlbie
possible phase phueot of injustice InJu t and cruelty crueltyand crueltyand lty ltyand
and infidelity Inft lIty as our grandmothers did didbecause didU1Ie didbecause
because U1Ie divorce was considered a sin sinand BInand sinand
and a disgrace women have risen up upIn upIn upin
In their newfound freedom and de demanded demanded demanded ¬
manded liberation from wretched and andunsatisfactory aMunsatisfactory andunsatisfactory
unsatisfactory environments environmentsAlmost envtlODlnftatAlmost environmentsAlmost
Almost every fV possible phase of mansinhumanity mans mansinhumanity maDSInhumanity
inhumanity to woman has been diecussed die discussed 4118cu ¬
cussed cu ed by the newspapers by the dlvorm di divorce aivorce ¬
vorce courts and in societyThe society societyThe eodetTIle
The extravagance of women and theirunwultngnes their theirunwOHngness theiruawllllnlPlMB
unwOHngness to live quiet quietlives domestic domesticlives domeaRiclives
lives In this era of strain and stress JIti for forsocial f forsocsl r rIpro
social Ipro prominence and display y havebeen have havebeen ve veheea
been referred to as causes which help helpt helpto helpto
t to < r swell II the tide of divorce But it itseems itseems itseems
I
seems to me that many ny women have havefailed havefaDed havefailed
failed to take their share of bla Mane ne inthe in inthe Inthe
the matter that women as a mass have havebeta havtebeen ha9esh
been shielded sh Ided by 1 y public opinion and by bythe I Ithe bythe
the law time and again when beIt a little littlecareful UUIecareful littlecareful
careful analysis would have found that thatthey UIatthey thatthey
they themselves set in motion the thecauses theeau thecauses
causes a which led to the destruction ofmarital of ofmarital ormarital
marital happiness happinessIn
In the little series 8eI1 of articles arUc which Ihave I Ihave Ihave
have prepared under the caption of Six SixBad saxBad SicBad
Bad Husbands Hu baD4s and Six Unhappy WinsI Wives
11 I do not claim to have explained the divorce di divorce dlvore ¬
vorce vore problem of the land landI
I do not mean to intimate that the six Mxcases sixcases tI1xeases
cases cover all grounds of C divorce nor
tr i Tv 0 1 1 t o 4 C CA R
I d A The llone e Ticklemouse Ticklemousee t
and his SleePYland Sleepy land Adventures AdventuresS
1 with wit Davy a and an Dorfy DorfyCepyrtsltt or
By B p Roy Ro Y Rutherford Bailey BaI1e y ytCsyrisht
Cepyrtsltt 1M lisle by Roy Rutherford BanyJ BanyJThe nOy n nThe
The Catnip Spell
Part n The The Duel DuelN j jN
N AND on ran the twins and the themice thewe I
ON O
mice till aU four were too tiredto tired tiredto dreflto
to go a step farther fartherIm fartherIm fartherIm
Im done exclaimed Willy throw throwing throwing ¬
ing I himself down on the dewey grassat grass grassat raM raMat
at the edge e of a pine forest Not ot an another another another ¬
other Jump till I get my breath Tab Tabby TlLbby Tabby ¬ I
by eat or no Tabby cat catWeve catWeve eatWeve
Weve shaken her off 0 < our trail I Ifancy If8i11C7 Ifancy
fancy remarked his II uncle Shes a abit abit abit
bit Old and fat to run very far Still Stillits StIllUs Stillits
its as well to make surd ur luckily I Ihung IhIMg Ihang
hung onto tea my pipe pipeThe pipeThe pipeThe
The Tteklemouse pulled the catnip catnippipe catnippipe I Ipipe
pipe out t of his pocket filled and lighted lightedIt I IIt
It and began to blew rings of catnip catnipsmoke catnipamoke I IBMOII
smoke back toward the Uousetbat lI Hume that Jack JackBulK JackIK JackBuilt
BulK glow and then be stopped to towave towe t0weave
wave his haiMs and mutter Uft some magic magicworos maPw maPTII magicworts
woros worosThai w wortslltn
Thai TII o that will fix fixhen her If she floes floestry does doestry 40Mtry
try to followiie follow = eke said to the twins twinsWont twinsWont twinsWont
Wont she have a time though trying tryingto trylnto
to got tit those bracelet off of > < the printer printercats priAtereats printercatsT
cats catsT he aM added to Winy artohiag WlaSIJoO artohiagWont imhlagnvom
IJoO 8Wt nvomWewt Wont the hanacmT haadcnal ever come ottr ottrasked 0 or orasked < 1 13sked
asked Davy Davy DavyNot t tNot rNot
Not till sunup answered the theMease theiMIM theMeuse
Mease Theyll melt away into noth nothing nothwt nothlug
lug when wt the sun rises but the printers JI1DtenwtI1 printerswftt
will have ba ve a merry tussle t trying to get getthem getthem I ItheM I
them off a minute mute sooner He took tookthe tookthe I
the twins by the hand and started startedthrough startedthrough
I
through thr the forest forestThe forestTIle ibreetThe
The The soft carpet of hie needles 1 madetheir made madetheir
tMIr their walk noiseless neloele and easy aDd thefeur the thefour thefriends I
four friends chatted briskly of the ad adventure adI adventure ¬
venture in Jacks Jack easement All of a asudden anddin
sudden WUtys 1IIy sharp SP etas eS twitched and andhe UCIIte andhe I
he putted bin b umpanioas companions back into the theshadows theshadows i
shadows of the forest Some ones onescemlng OResclng onescoming
coming be whispered pered sntfThig s ag the air airAnd airJMl airAnd
And it smells 18 Ilk k some of the cat cattribe cattribe cattribe
tribe tribeA tribeA 0 0ct
A emw ct ra w wd d L ef queer tI looking people e ae aequt uit asquttiawfi
quttiawfi qut t as it they had stepped d right out outof OIIti outof
of tits Us o twins Mother G dotwe ice book came camecrashing eaMecrMlltag tamecrashing
crashing througit the under gsdmlrusb ash As IIUttV enshii Asthey
they en esjM a neater the ConceouW reMtI41M11k reMtI41M11kout make makeout smileout
out th the roteos or f two Ja ra angry dispute c
Its mine I tell you came in a ahoarse aboarse ahoarse
hoarse sullen growl from one The TheTicklemouse TheTidtlemou TheTicklemouse
Ticklemouse e and Willy grew stiff withdread with withdread ith ithdread
dread It was a lion stalking along on onhte onb onhis
his b hind lg lgNothing leesNothlnS legsNothing
Nothing of the sort whinnied the theother theother theother
other who looked more mOre like a horse horsethan borsetban horsethan
than anytthing the twins had ever ev ever r seen I
I
Fla King < g of beasts indeed In If youre the therightful ther1chtful therightful
rightful king wheres your horn Heteased He Hetosstd HetoufCl
teased his own Wft scornfully as he h spoke spokea
a long twisted horn thsLstuck Muck k straight straightout
out from the middle of or1ns Hte foreheadQuit forehead foreheadQuit foreheadQuit
Quit your talking taIttt g and put on thegloves the thegloves thegIovesr
gloves cried Simple Simon boldly boldlyrapping bpldbraJ boldlyrapping
rapping Pln the lion over the bead with hisfish his htefish hisft8ble
fish ft8ble pele sole MeUter Hubbard you ou hang bangon hanges
on to that grfW crown ere t tilt t theyve decided decidedthings decidedIrith decidedthMgs
things with h the bgalsg oooans ogieves ogievesA rfevee rfeveeA e eA
A duel wjft the gloves Goodenough Good GoodfciKlugh GeodE
enough Rerrah Hurr E 2 cried the crowd crowdHeres IrowdR crowdBuss
R Buss an oiwh open spa fRajMr with plenty of otL
L
I picture to myself my father lying lyingdesperately lylnJd lyingdesperately
desperately d sick my mother old and andhaggard amibaxxard aRtlIuuocanl
haggard bemimr be from door to door all allof aUor allof
of mybrothers my brothers and sisters beAn < killed killedhi
hi a railroad r tlrOAd wreck or my children be being beIntt being ¬
ing run over by automobiles Or I be begin b btn begin ¬
gin to think about misfortune has haspeninir b bpenlrur happening
peninir to myself about getting nttt old andii and amiusly andIy
ii usly Iy and poor oerlw IKrh being bein in want wantReally wantReally
Really the best way to cry to to think thinkabout thinkbout
about yourself because there is J no other otherhuman otherhuman otherhuman
human being you can feet sorry for and andnothing and1K andnothing I
nothing 1K thlDlf you can weep over so much mu b bJOU as asyou asyou
you can your own woes It just stimu stimulates sthnua Umulate ¬
late a ee the lachrymal glands to even im imagine Imaclne hnagine ¬
agine any suffering IJUIrtrtn coming to yourself yoursdfand youraidfand yourselfand
and its It the easiest thing in the world worldto
to weep over your own imaginary troubles trou troubles t tb1H ¬
bles blesTake b1Hrake
blesTake
Take it from me that there yS no oth other other 0thor ¬
er way in which you can get rid of a amans iman amans
mans man objections so quickly as to drown drownthem drowilthem drownthem
them Every bit of grit rlt anA backbone backbonethat bAckbonethat backbonethat
that he has seems to dissolve in Inwomans a awomans awomans
womans tears It terrifies him to see seeber Meher seeher
her weep and there te nothing he wontdo wont wontdo wontdo
do to stop at p her herResults herRuuIts herResults
Results Are What You Want WantTo WantTo WantTo
To Succeed At Henpecking HenpeckingIn
In fact the first aid to henpecking henpeckingdomatlc te tedomestic Isdomestic
domestic hydraulics No man can stand standthat staAdthat standthat
that pressure pr 88u for long without giving InOf in inOf 10Of
Of course when n you are young and andpretty aDdpretty andpretty
pretty your husband gives gtvtWln in gracefullywith gracefully gracefullywith I Iwith
with kisses and caresses car but even af after atter after ¬
ter you get to the place where your nOM nosegets noeegets 1 1gts
gets red and your face swet swells when you youcry youcry I Icry
cry and he tells you not to make a afool afool I Ifool
fool of yourself he gives vee in alt the he sameAnd same sameAnd ameAnd
And after all results are all you youwant youwant youwant
want
t DOt
almost any quiet neighborhood whosestns whose whosesins wboMstlUl
sins would offset o those of my six un unhappy uahappy ushappy ¬
happy wives wivesAll wivesI1 wivesAl
Al All I1 I unde undertake to do te to describe describesituations deeer1be8Uuatlonil describesituatbnk
situations which I have known to exist extotto existIn existIn
In various families tarniU and by this descrip description ¬
tion possibly to lead some young wives wivesto
to analyze their own natures ture and to toreview toreview toreview
review their own methods in the do domestic doIIAestic domestic
mestic circle circleThe circleThe
The open mtedee3s of very bad men menand meaand menand I
and women can be seen and understood understoodlance undentoodat
at a glance < lance and carry their warnl warnlmen warning warningwith
with them but the aeifish tiWt acts o of good SOOdmen goodmen
men and women the unrecognisedfaults unrecognised unrecognisedfaults unr unrfaults
faults of temper and disposition the thethoughtless thethoupUeNI thethoughtless
thoughtless little sins of omission and andcommission aD4com andcommission
commission com minion often render life insup insupportable insupportable Insupportable ¬
portable to those asociated aaoe ted with them themand tMmand themand
and no one makes them realize the tact faceIn tactIn tactIn
In this little series It is my Intention Intentionto
to deal with the good women of so society 110 110clety society ¬
ciety who are deceiving dectfiln themselves and andthe aDdthe andthe
the public while they th y tear away the thefoundations thefounda1lons thefoundations
foundations of their happiness happinessIt
It te a curious fact that no man manen te teever Isever
ever a bad husband without being bet ng found foundout foundout foundout
out But scores of women n are e utterly utterlyworthijss utterlyworse
worthijss worse ae wives and companions and andno 8JIIiIDO andno I
no one but the husband or some one oneIrving oneliving I Illvt
Irving llvt under unO < th the same root ever discover discoverIt <
It
CREAMED POTATOES POTATOESMake
Make a good ood white sauce ushv C two twotabiespoonrute twotabloontulll twotabisnoonfnhs
tabiespoonrute of flour a tablespoonfu tablespoonfuand tablespootttnland OOfttulaa4
and a half of butter salt and pepper to toseason toseason
season and a C1I cupful tul of milk Cut the thepotatoes thepotatoes
potatoes in slices and rob Put a layer layerof layerof
of potatoes in a buttered baking dish dishthen dishthen dishthen
then a layer of white sauce followed followedwith followedwith
with a layer lay of grated cheese thus th al altermttnr aJten a1ternating
termttnr ten tbur until the dish te full Bake Bakeabout Bakeabout Bakeabout
about twenty minutes and serve hot hotCROCHET hotCROCHET hotCROCHET
CROCHET HAT PINS PINSOne PINSOM PINSOne
One of the prettiest novelties of the theseason taeHUOR theseason
season is the hatpin hat la of Irish crochet tobe to tobe tobe
be worn with the dainty summer er hats hatsI hatsThese 1 1Thege
I These lace hatpins are most decidedly decidedlynew
new and should prove a very proftable ProttablseneI prottableseller proftableseller
seller for the business bUfd needleworker as asthey Allthey asthey
they are very attractive
room for a ring < Let em fight it out outThe outThe outThe
The Old Man 11 Dressed in Leather Leatherlooking LeatherIoeki Leatherlooking
looking Ioeki very important lt handed over overtwo overtlO overtwo
two big pairs of boxing gloves The Tholion TJto110ft Thelion
lion pulled 1 his bt on la I a trice but bit htefoe bittoe hisfoe
foe had trouble getting them on over overhie onrh overhis
his h hoofs hoofsWho hcofsWho h
Who Tho te he anyway whispered whisperedDavy whl whisperedDavy er d
Davy Seems SeeM if Ive seen him some somewhere omewhre somewhere ¬
where XI > tr Tieklemouse TieklemouseThats TlcklemouuseThats e eThats
Thats the unicorn laughed Jug ed the theMouse theMouse e
Mouse He looks exactly ex ctlY as he al always alwayS always ¬
ways does d es except he doesnt t keep his hishorn hishorn
horn pointed toward the th crown as he hedoes hedoes
does In the book You wouldnt expect expecthim expectbim expecthim
him to stay in one position JJO and fight a aduel aduel
duel uel at the same me time would you lad laddie laddie laddie ¬
die Watch now theyre fighting fightingAll ft8htlntAU fightingAll
All the time that terrible fight was wasgoing wugolD wasgoing
going < on there were two people in the thecrowd thecrowd
crowd who were too busy to watCh the thelien thelion
lien and th the unicorn at all aUthe the baker bakerznd bakerznd bakerand
znd his man They were emptying emptInabakers a abakers abakers
bakers cart of its load which they theystacked th theystacked y I Istacked
stacked up beside be the fighters Stacks Stacksof
of f whhe hhe bread piles of brown and andsmaller anJBmaller andsmaller
smaller CIH cneR JH of plum cake were soon soonplied soonpiled
piled neatly DeAn ready for use useTh URTh useThe I
Th The Old Man Dressed ed in Leather Leatherpulled Leatherpulled
pulled out a little book and turned a afew afew I I
few pages ee Some gave them white whitebread whitebread 1 1br
bread r be shouted out and the men in the thecorners theomers thecorners
corners passed the white loaves to the thedueltots theduell theduelists
duelists t The lion slammed ad his loaves loaveson
on to the unicorns horn as one puts putspaper putspaper putspaper
paper on a spindle till the unicorn was washalf wasb1f washalf
half blinded by the crumbs in his eyes eyesSme eyesSme
Sme gave them brown shouted shoutedthe shoutedthe shoutedthe
the Old Man in Leather turning the thepage thepsge thepage
page The unicorn snatched the brown brownbread brownhread brownbread
bread and hurled loaf loa after loaf loa Into the thelions thehons thelions
lions yawning Jaws Splutterin and andchoking andchoklns andchoking
choking the lion staggered back drop dropping dropplag dropping ¬
ping hw paws pwsJust pawsJust pawsJust
Just then a warning cry from the theoutskirts theoutskirts theoutskirts
outskirts of the crowd made the twins twinsJump twinsjump twinsJump
Jump JumpDont
Dont be afraid whispered the thoTieklemouse theTleklcmou theTicklomotis
Tieklemouse e his beYM eyes on the fighters fightersI
I know whos coming Lets Just stay stayand st301aDd stayaaril
and see this thing thl through throughTO Ulr h hTO
TO BE CONCLUDED
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amply evidenced by the thehleh changes changeswhich changeswhisk
which hleh are rung on its expression A Apretty Apretty Apretty
pretty variation latioa te In the model modeloffered JDOdeiOftered modeloffered
offered today which to so much abbre abbreviated abbNTlated abbrevialed ¬
viated that at first glance the costume CMt1IJDebaa costumehas costumehas
has a strong tr r resemblance to the Muscovite Musco Muscovite Kucovlte ¬
vite blouses which heralded the advent adventof t tof
of the peasant effects that are to be bepopular bepopular bepopular
popular throughout the summer and andearly 11IIIearly andearly
early falL falLAs talLA fallAs
As A a matter of fact faet the tunic tuaJe1n effieet effieeteompiisfeed eVCeotin
1n Ute cue or the model ow b socomplished ac aceotnpll
eompiisfeed eotnpll bed by means of a very y very ry deep deepyoke deepyoke deepyoke
yoke which to a feature of the six sixgored 1IIxored Mxgored
gored ored skirt with its groups of pleats at atthe atthe atthe
the front back and sides sidesOther etdeOther sidesOther
Other distinctive features of the pat pattern pattern pattern ¬
tern are to be noted In the finish orinstance or orInstance
Instance the shaped AT broken line at atthe attbe atthe
the left front opening and the clusters clustersof dat dator
of tucks ateither at either shoulder which by bythe bythe
the way wa1L are e said to be the forerunner forerunnerof
of the 1360 period now about to rise on onfashions
fashions horizon Of particular inter interest lmerwt intereat ¬
est to the thehe woman man who evolved her own ownwear owawear ownear
wear ear te the he fetching f ehlq finish on the thesleeve tbee thesleeve
sleeve e an arrangement arran which offers offpssplendid offerssplendid denopportUl
splendid opportunities opportUl tiM for the use of oftrimming oCtrlMmlD oftrimming
trimming which has seen previous previousservice ptertous8drvio
service 8drvioVarious IMIVIceVarious serviceVarious
Various materials suitable to the tIMlIOn sea season assIon ¬
son offer themselves them elvee for the elaboration elaborationof
of the garment for whi which are areXa required requiredMay rsequhedday
May Xa canton patterns N Not 14 MttMSl Ml ob obtainable ohtamable ¬
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MANY STUDY THEFLOWERS THEFLOWERSBy THE FLOWERS
By Frances F ranees Carroll
Any one collecting coIl l data on wild flow flowera ftower8 flowers
era chancing to pass my desk would wouldfeel wouldttel wouldfeel
feel that he had Indeed discovered discoveredtreasure I coveredtrea discoveredtreasure
treasure trea ure trove Not satisfied t with sim simply simplY simply ¬
ply rearranging r the locoed locoMthe blossoms blossomsthe
the contestants evince their interest la lathe 111the Inthe I
the puzzle uz e by looking an the history of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the plant and duly recording llac it as they theyprepare the1WftJre theyprepare
prepare them for their entrance tTaJaCe to the theItots theIst thelists
lists ItotsIncidentally listsIncidentally
IstInd
Incidentally Ind entaUy therefore I am coming comingnation CGMI CGMIIIa cesalrrgfor
IIa for a great ret harvest of ofJDa gafsral hnfgr hnfgrnotion
nation JDa Oll gained at jUftht effort on OBDArt nor nnynarL norBart
Bart Detailed accounts of the habits habitsand babIad habitsmad
and habitats of the medal croon of ofwants oCPlat8 ofplanta
wants taken for this weeks week pussle are areat aNat areSt
at my hand Mid this th mornuw morning I discov discovered d dred dfscevered ¬
ered just how some wants came by byth bytlwitr bytheir
their th ir names Just what families others othersbelonged otaerheloDJed othersbelonged
belonged to Just what soectaJ sbomV sbomVcance s1oaIl8cance signMcanoe
cance Is attached to the history of ofcertain ofi oficertain
i icertain certain others othe of the jcrot and Just Justhow justI justbow
bow baneful how benc bekfrI ben oreat
or < eat others otIIenaN othersare j jare
I are m their effect e ect oven then human humanneighbors i iMllrbbon humanffekhbora
neighbors Mllrbbonj ffekhboraAlso neighborsAlso
j Also I am ban ha vine subconsciously nbccdayUPOn Im Impressed hopremed ¬
pressed upon me the value of posse perseverance peneV posseverance ¬
V verance Mlnce More than one of my corre correspondents corTeS correspondents ¬
spondents S has attached to his not notsuch e ei
i such sentiment as thto tlisIve thtoj t tI
Ive never yet won a prize bat I In Intend intend hrtend ¬
j tend to dir 41 away until I do doOf door doof
I Of course every person holding these theseviews ueeviews theseviews
views does not use the same nhrasosi nhrasosiocy
ocy o but the purpose in the words re remain re remain remain ¬ 1
main identical aDd I am bound to con confess CORf eonfees ¬
fees f constant < reiteration relter ou of it has bad hadonsideraWe badonslderable badonsider
onsider onsideraWe able effect on me meIndeed meIndPed meIndeed
Indeed before the last pnszle to Isprinted
i I printed d on this page I hope every mem memI momher
j I ber of the circle will have prtee win wini wIDne wliner
i ner ne written after his name But then
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VIRGINIA VI GINIA ASPARAGUS ASPARAGUSIS
IS NOW IN N MARKET MARKETVirginia MARKETVirginia MARKETVirginia
Virginia asparagus is being received
in the Washington markets this week weekand weekand weekand
and Is meeting with a good demand demandThe clemaadTbe demandThe
The local crop gives promise of be being be being being ¬
ing very good this year and it is isthought isthought Isthought
thought it has not been damaged dJD ed to toany toany toany
any extent by the wet weather we tMr of the thepast thepast I IIt
past two weeks The Virginia as asparagus asparagus ¬
I
paragus was quoted today at from 1 1to 1to tto
to 3 3 per dozen 41 bunches with the theCarolina theCarolina
Carolina and Georgia crop cro selling at ata ata ata I
a slightly lower priceBoth price priceBoth priceBoth
Both strawberries and blackberries blackberriesdropped i haokberrleadropped lackberrledropped
dropped in price today 1 oeat a box boxand boxand I Iand
and it is probable We that a further de decrease d decrease ¬ i icreae
crease will be made in the prices priceswithin priceswithin i
within the new few days The wet wetweather wetweather
weather recently r ently has done consid considerable coulelerable considerable ¬ I
erable damage to t this crop and the theshortage theshortage
shortage of berries has held the price priceabove prleeabove priceabove I
above what it should be at this season seasonof seasonof
of the year With a few dry days the themerchants themercbants themerchants I
merchants think better berries belJf will b breceived be bereceived
received < at a lower price priceA piiceA Fl ce
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A SOOTHING DRINK DRINKWhen DRINK1Jten DRINKWhen
I Isootbing
When 1Jten one Is subject sub1 t to sore throat
4 soothing drink Is made from fr m a pint pintof pintof
of barley water brought to the boil bolling boilIng boiling I
ing point over a hot fire To this is isadded isadded
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added an ounce of the best gum gumarable gumarabic I Iarabic
arabic which is constantly stirred un until tinnil ¬
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My y Dear Mss Carroll CarrollI
I am sending hi my list JI8ttate a smuewhst smuewhstlate mewetlate
late again but It seemed to toJIM bring bringme Bitonme
me good luck last week weekvery MIL I Ieb was wasvary
very much surprised to wl wlthird win eY athird II IIthird
third prize at that late hour but bute I Ie Iuna
una e yon that my m pleasure to Just Justas jaBtpeat Jostas
as great rye been pwsltng IItrH p ing ing11tbe ever everMthe
Mthe H tIIe rest aU seem perfectly erectly erectlyknown w WIll WIllJaaown B Bknown
known ordinary wild flowers 80 80th0U3h wets al a1though although ¬
though very cteverlx clew hidden rye r at atlast aclast atlast
last found that swell sus cicely clcelyUmes to 5arnetimes some sometimes
times spelled seseli That aaat aaatu almostmakes aliin > t tmakes
makes seseli weed and I ant go going pIne going ¬
ing to leave It at that for a betterbotanist better betterbotanist betterbOtaDl
botanist t than I to win the p51aVery prtee prteeVery III8eVery
Very truly yourrDIA yours yoursEDJfA
trulyED > EDJfA ED C C SPAULDINGPatie8ce SPAULDiKG SPAULDiKGPatience PAlLUIFQPatience
Patience aae aaeFecsisteace aM aMPen aadPersistence
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To the Editor Womans W Page The TheWashington TIleWuhlDctOll TheWashington
Washington Times TimesDear ltmMDear TimesDear
Dear Madam MadamI
I am inclosing herewith h mr solu solution 8OIutioII solution ¬
tion to theprobtem th the problem appealing to Jut tostSundays JutSond7s lastSundays
Sundays Thnes No M sent me oft ofton Oifon o oon
on a wild goose chase and k was wasnot waDot wasnot
not until I dl8eove discovereffl its poisonous poisonousidentity pot poisonousentity onCMq onCMqtity
identity tity that I realized what bad badcompany ba4compaay badcompany
company I was in However as no nounfavorable nofaOIabIe nounfavorable
unfavorable results have developed developedso
so far perhaps I am humane humanevery immuneVery
Very very sincere sincerely yours
PIERRE C STEVENS
< June n 12 ma maDoubtless Jt1GDonbtlNll lEifDoubtless
Doubtless a aing good many c of you uv I
lug I had kindred kindreto kindredwltheath wltheath exPfrIeJke know how bowto i
to sympathise arnp with them themFRANCES themFRANCES m mFRAIfCES
FRANCES CARROLL
CARROLLI I
ABILITY TESTED TESTEDIN I IIN
IN EMERGENCIES EMERGENCIESA ES ESA
A man with great mental reserve with W1tka wtka
a finely balanced Judgment with poise poisecharacter poleNebaraeter poisedcharacter
character does not waver or falter m mficial III IIIeat ingreat
great eat panic or emergencies where super superficial
ficial men lose their theirreat heads headsQreat headsGreat
Great reat merchants know very very well that thatmany thatmany
many men hi lathelr their employ probably
could run the business bu when U time timet are
flush and money monty easy but that it takes a
financial general a long shrewd l6 hard
level head to guide a great peattbroU business
through b hard tunes or a panic when men menwithout menwithout
without wtth ut great reserve roe go down downIt
It is not so much the e knowledge 1mo se ex experience en enperience ¬
perience or power actuallY used m la the
transaction tran acUoa of bostoesf that atethv atethvguishes
guishes JPJ1 h8 a grea gr great busfness man as the thesubtle t tsubtle thesubtle
subtle reserve power p powerwuldch wer weh those who
know Aim and deal with him feel fe11M h hmight he hefight
might ht exert to soaae e great t basinet basinetstress businegs businegsstress
stress or panic Tie Tins r reserve reserveto power 1 1M
to the man what w money surplus powernot not notusually notusually
usually drawn upon or used te to a great
banking Institution InstitutionOne
One reason oa why so 9 many irfen do such
little things all their lives when w they tbWmight t
might t do greater ater things te becausethey becausetheyoften because et1M7 thef thefoften
often lack this surplus force to this th re reserve reoeerye reseere ¬
serve power They do not take time IIteprepare to toprepare toprepare
prepare for anything very great or any ¬
thing outside the usual routine routineThe rout routThe routineThe
The result r lt Is that they ue all th t theirreuureos h hresources
resources as they go along alon < in the ordi ordinary onUnarr m dl dlnosy ¬
nary transaction tran actton of business aaa they
have no great reserve of mental train training tanning ¬
ing discipline < Hsci > itne or experience for envar envargencieg emergencies
gencieg so that when anything ytb uncom uncommon uncommon ¬
mon occurs when a crisis hard times ttmea or ora era
a panic Ic tome they go to tIN watt wattSuccess waIIS1ICCIS wallSuccess
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Historical Recipe Contest ContestBy
By Frances Carroll I
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conversation atI8a hi the thessmity dieeIr moo catty cattyfrsemey
ssmity no do not write writesMes ea MtIl lothsides MtIloL
sides o oL tho tb paper when you send hv hvyour Ia Ia7GW inyaw
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stole to vrta et thorn when the writingarena writing writingcovers wrtGaIren
covers en two shies of the diek papathereDor papathereDork paper therefore thereforefc
k wilt 1dI1 be necessary till s eliminate all suetboas suet aochOne sacIaII
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put thorn in an ew onietone elope in the ordinary oedtsryway ordinaryconsider U7lint
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when you 7MwttIa are wrMng the saary connected eonneetedwith connectedwfth
with the retdlno r iJp tad this toads me on to tothnt todie tothe
die stswoarentt 16 T that the amen must U be bei eC1IM becoos
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I This to lafpt not a recipe recto emitsst solely IT bat batsneesfteanr Duta
a Hisisdoal ILAI Beds Ceotert aM as I Ia Ialreelllealty
sneesfteanr state stated In the rem and regj regjulatlcas rec reca1atIoM regaladioao
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of The Tinelone T hIDe JZ J the di literary ItIelar7ue literaryvalue Hterarywttl
value ue Of the story anecdote eotote < or episode ewill episodewill
will be taken tote consMemcten emsst 6eathss quite ouiteas qatteas
as much acIt as the value of the recipe It Itself klei It Itself ¬
self selfRecipes lei leiReciJIH selfRecipes
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connection with tl tlnot the refe redti e sred will wIDBOt willnot
not be considered c Olllddoer d at aIL I Iaada knee several severalsuch severalmach
such at hand aad as they no net meet meetthe meetthe meetthe
the requirements reo 1m of the contest I will winhave willaye willhave
have to put them aside asideMoreover aideoreoYer asideMoreover
Moreover oreoYer some of my correspondents correspondentshnv o wetpondentahave 4 D ihRta ihRtaJlaft
hnv have conceived the Idea that I wish wtBbOD wishon wtehon
on cooheiy or kindred snojects snojectsIn m dtJeetsIn
In Tuesdays edition of The Times I Iprinted IIdIIted Irimed
printed rimed a recipe with a history which which1Ws whletaAlto bleb blebthe
Alto the requirements t8 so I advise m ikleaadlg ml III IIIeoatrtbatona
mitlna l contributors to take not note of ft ftstndy it ity Itof
of stndy dy y its form and when yon have ve se sements 8I seeci
I eci d the redDe you II propose e te write writeyo writeabout
about yo wilt understand the require req8keJDeata requireaiesta
aiesta ments of this tbI8Of special straaUoa straaUoaOf situstloOf
Of course I do no not mean thnt yon areto are nreto areto
to copy this Ua style IIQIeODe since originality to toone isone
one of the prime requisites ta the thewlDDbac peso pesowing nrfaewfamnig
wing quartet H to merely the ex external exteraal e elexaal ¬
ternal form of the ffmlnn i that I am ambringing iliato ambrisping
bringing to your attention attentionIncMentnlly IItteIrtIoDY attentionIncidentally
Incidentally Y front a ftatt flatteringly large largecoUection JazpI largeconnction
coUection < ef mnnnscnpcs I have ba e only onlythto on onIb onlytlat6
thto contrlbntion Ib to offer today and andwhfle andwhile
I while not wishing to be critical I will
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for canning eaaal huckleberries h rie6 fells fellsWash foUewsWash
Wash W te sol cold water wat < and cnrefnlly pick ntekflv pie piehe pickfree
flv he quarts of ripe berries berriesSet bentMSet berriesSet
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when the berries are prepared place ra raa In Ina Ina
a urtservlnjr kettle in alternate hirers hirersAfter 1aYAtiet layersAfter
After an how put the kettle on the fire fireand 4fttor fireand
and cook for five minutes ell counting
faosn the lb time the fruit begins to boIL
FID at once Into Jars and dose innnedl innnedlaterjr ImIDedIRecipe immedateb
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which I have knowledge knockiedgeWatt knowledgeWash knoWIedpI
I Wash w thoroughly and after draining drainingpit 4IniIdIIcpit
pit the fruit and weigh nil nilevery allowing fw fwI
I I every four pounds of cherries cherriesof erne pound poundsf
of sugar Place the cherries eba rhos and sugar
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say tw f the guidaacr c aX concerns concernsthat CiODCerntId l lthat
that tab historic feature te not so sowrU S SWfn swell
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of historic renown and whlh > toH the Mr MrPettjrs MrsP < o oPetty
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recipe so attractive the eontribu otribudon eontributkm e tribu tributioa
don does d not entirety meet the require requirements requ1remem requiremeots ¬
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dock tea tea naturally resaimng one cJ cJdainty c cdalaty ofdainty
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le lee are most delicious delict The man manne manneht manrtwllich e ein
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Is almost as good C as the cakes cakesI caken cakesThe
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now famous little wafers Ever Everyguest EverK1M8t Everguest
guest immediately t17 exehvinted exehvintedOh euIaIMeCIOIa
OIa Oh do ton how tomake to make these dear dearcakes dearcak dearcakes
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an exclusive recipe handed down for forgenerations f fcelMlat1oaa r rgenerations
generations and simply could not be betold bEtold betold >
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maid who was an a intimate friend of ofI i it f fthe
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guests and she save the importantlnfornsatioa important importantinformation baportaniDtonaatJ
information to three and a all everyone everyoneknows Meryontlknow everyoneknows
knows what w three thr know is not a ssecret aaeeret asecret
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your admirable page believe me meCordially meALICE meCordialb
Cordially yours yoursMRS
MRS ALICE PETTY P3ETTTArlington P PETTYArlington ITY ITYArIID
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so far turned un so yon may y all i iagine iacme iamine
acme my feelings as you are areIDe discus discuslag disccssing
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fire let them stand for two hours
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the moment they come to the boilis boih boiiigpoint g
point Fill scaMlttguot hue jars close closeat >
at once and place in a coal coolTM nfau place placeTb
TM Tb pIts y be left III the nfauruit fruit flruitYpreferred ruit f fpreferred
preferred in which event its It te advisable advisableto
to add the sugar while the cherries are arewet aiwet arewet
wet and also to lengthen the period periodiMch a aInch JIfhcb
Ifhcb Inch they stand before going to the thof th thfie theIii
fie f This process makes a light ht pre preCll rreBeITe proserve
serve BeITeeau serveCall
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