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Care of Milk and Its Use Usey i iBy JI JBy I
> By y Frances F ran es Carroll t
> DAY DA HAS OS S tt3 teik k on 0 the ripe ue of milk milkand ukad dot dotand
T and its tree se i Ie UM home deals eabwltb edealswith
1 with the food slue nf male Mid Midte NM1Is cadIs
Is a continaatio eo ttatldloa of the article begun be beKua be beKUB
gun in yesterdays yo88te aTS Tines Caroline L LHunt L LHwat LHunt
Hunt expert In nutrition omee ofJ o Bc ee of ex experiment exDerimeAt ¬
periment stations > e epartmet rimeut t of Agri Agriculture AII1culture AgriCulture ¬
culture is the writer She Sb says in inbeverage tarbe toThe
rbe The tesdeecy to t hIkaI Milk as a abeverage
beverage e rather than as an important imtpsrtantsource importantsource
source of food comes partly no doubt doubtthan doa doafrom doubtfrom
from the tart that k I a Nquld rather ratherthan
than a solid Id and that meet NqnW nods nodstain modssuch
such aF a clear soap coffee ee and tea tea con contain
tain very little that feeds the body It Itwith ItIs Itis
Is natural therefore to date milk mOkwith milkwith
with these e rather than with the really reallynourishing reallynourisblf1S realtynourishing
nourishing food material In order to toovercome toovercome
overcome this tendency It is well t tstudy te tetudy tostudy
study tudy the solid products > i1 t o of mttfc a tlk as they tteeyare dleyare theyare
are obtained by laitous processes proses a familiar fa familiar ¬
miliar mil lar in the dairy and hi the kitchen kitchenas
as well as in the laboratory Before Beforedoing Beforedoing
doin doing this it may be helpful to get et etidea an asidea anidea I
idea of the classes lato which the somte somtecontained oIIdcontained eolldacontained
contained in milk an divided These Theasare Theseare
are < 41 1 1 ProteMs Prot C2 t 2 fats ta ta < 3 J seder and and4i
141 4i 4 mineral matter ner The fat and ea6arserve sugar sugarserve
serve ne as fuel aad the mineral matter Blatterchi is ischiefly Ischiefly
chiefly chi valuable for the malting of bones bonesand boRe8and bonesand
and teeth and other pbyetological 1osteI pur purposes purI purX ¬
poses X I + oses ses The protelds verve as fuel like likethe liketh4 likethe
the fats and sugar r but they are treeda used usedalso
also a 150 o to make and to repair the muscular musculartissues mm musculartissues
tissues of the body This double doubleDeBS useful usefulness metalflees ¬
ness indicates why proteMs are so as oftenreferred often oftenof
referred to as the mo ImDOriaat lmDot taut part partof partof
of milkFat milk milkFat 4 4Fat
Fat constitutes about 4 per cent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the weight of olak mttk All are familiar familiarwith f fwith familiarwith
with the common proves of batter buttermaking battermaking battermaking
making by which the greater part of ofthe orthe ofthe
the fat is separated fl flliquid from the tJIeother other in ingredients IngredtDU ingredients ¬
gredients The liquid which whJehand remains remainsand remainaand
and which is called callebuttermilk bottermflk cootsirhsthe contains containsthe coata1D8t
the t he rest of the nutrients of the milk milkexcept milkexcept me meexcept
except the small portions which ding dingto dUbto clingto
to the fat On examining < buttermilk buttermilkafter buttermilkte buttermilkafter
after te it has become a little sour it ma mabe may
bt 1ea Sitt = 1 1which
be seen that it contains a white soli soliwhich aMid aMidwhich
which in the process 8 of churning eb hasteen has liasbeen hasmen
been divided into very re y email particles particlesThis llrddeIThia particlesThis
This This soli slid te casern caeIa the chtaC ptoCdd of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the milk It constitutes 33 per cent ceat or orabout 01aooutonethtrtletb orabout
about aooutonethtrtletb onethirtieth of the weight of the themilk dtemilk themilk
milk milkThe The familiar process of the souring souringof M Qrtdof
of milk also helps to an understanding understandingof
of Its composition compol t1Oll When beD this takes takesplace takesplace 1ILkesplace
place the t casein ca and nd most of the fat fatseparate atI fatseparate
separate I parat from the whey and form what whatis whatis whatIs
is known as the curd When however howeverthe bow howeverthe er erthe
the attempt is made to separate the thecard thecurd thecurd
curd completely for the purpose of mak malting making making ¬
ing cottage cheese much of the fat is isusually jufually isusually
usually carried off with the whey This ThisIs Tb Thisis
Is particularly true if the curd te strain strained strainfd strainjd ¬
ed fd while warm It may therefore thereforeIn be bein beIn
in place pl here to suggest that after sour sourin IIOGImilk soumilk
milk in ilk has been scalded for the purpose e of ofmaking ofmaking ofmaking
making cottage cheese it is wen to chill chiliit chillit ehmIt
it thoroughly before straining straID Through Throughvery Tbroagttpry Throughrery
very pry common processes those of butter butterenrt butternti butterend
end nti cheese e making one may become fa faSgviliar taiJiar failiar
Sgviliar iJiar with the solid known a casein ca caseinlnd
Jnd > lnd 00 with the fat of milk But the clear clearVhey clearhe clearthey
they he which may be separated from the thecurd th thurd thecurd
curd < urd also al has important solids ids in it itand It Itand Itand
and with these one seldom has a chance chanceto duulceto chanceto
to become acquainted The following tollowt
simple experiment teat ma mawith may 7 1te CIIIfrieII tit titwltb eatwith
with the ordinary dishes d ta me m III IIIteben the theKtehen thewhen
when Ktehencurd teben tebenSeparate
whenSeparate Separate a perUoa of whey wIMIFor areal tiN tiNcurd
curd of sour milk Ilk and if necessary 1IeCiIII t tmake te teRake tomake
make It perfectly clear strain straina fknwrca fknwrcaa un una
a piece of fine cloth without previously previouslyheating 4Jh 7 71teaUeg
heating 1 Examine to see that there thereDe aw anatao awno
no solid o dparticles particles in it It Divide into jJI two twoparts tW911II18 twoparts
parts 1 1examine Heat eRe part to the 1HI IIIgpoint bdlhbgpoint
point and when cool pour Into a aexRIIDe tom tomexamine
examine and compare with the UteIle8ted he on onheated msbested
heated portion The part that has lt b bhated 1tOIII 1tOIIIheated see seeheated
heated will b be seen to he full of ofpart6des small smallparticles mealparticles
particles of a white Bali solid kI which wbICbIfIDk wfi wfisink soon soonsink
sink to the la of bottom bot of the liquid liquidi This Thisis
is albumen a substance alNt always aJwa presort pronsntin pr pr1ft
in cows cow s milk though in very much muchsmaller much muchsmaller MUCf MUCfIer
smaller Ier amount than the casein It re resembles te termWes go goaembles ¬
sembles the areumen aft of the white ef an anegg ItIt anegg >
egg It differs from the casein hi not MKeunlli notcurdling > Ot Otcurdling
curdling eunlli when wh f ee e milk sours and to re remaining 1e 1etatBg rematnirg ¬
maining tatBg in solution oUon in the way waytbermore wa lWr lWrtbermOre Far Farthermore
tbermore it does not form curdi curdistomach curd Ia the dtest theStomach
st stomach h This experiment te psrodarly psrodarlyimportant perddat1YimportaDt party partyimportant
important to these who wish w to t tfttaDd 4 4stand WBder WBderrtand
stand milk ta Us relation to the thetog thetag feed feedInc
tog of babies The proteid which whichlobe by bythe bythe lobe
the process of heating beBUn is shown shownpresent h wJ wJpresent to be bepre
present eDt in the whey is the chief protem protemof proteidor
of human milk while in cow cows s milk ilk as ashas asbas ashas
has been n said it is found in vary much muchsmaller IIRICiIamalIer muchsmaller
smaller amount than the t curdBng urdllaCtrid pro proteid ptoteid ¬
teid Cows m milk Ilk k therefore can eaaa newer newerbe Jr Jrbe
be a perfect equivalent t for human b bInfaDt humatyeedtat mOk mOkta >
ta infant feeding teed f eedtat even If dHoW dB dfluta dflutairtedded and andmodified andiIIodt6d
modified though it may be beT bethe itthe the best bestavailable batavailable bestavailable
available substitute for may 1C L It T te easy easyto eatIYto e
to understand that a baby may be beto beto able abtato ableto
remains rablsMlVCI dissolved dis dissolved ¬
to digest a proteid winch r
solved in the whey more JIIOI esdly 7 t twbidt thaw sue suewhich
which curds soon after reaching reacktD ui uistomach I8 I8stomacb thestomach
stomachTo stomach
with wRhmilk wttJamilk withmilk 4v 4vTo
To 0 continue the experiment
milk strata the whey which wbichheated fca6 fca6heated bat beets beetsheated
heated and again get a aPour clear IIiqwt IIiqwtPtMII inNiLPour
Pour this th into a double b btIIer btIIerwater Oer r Thver Thverwater w wwater
water and heat until It te dry y ywill There Therewill T1MrbfI
will will b bfI left a solid sugary r7 mass PMai PMaisome Ptec Ptecsome ltIIMme
some of this in an old older spoon or orphone OBI aPIece a apiece
piece of tin or sheet sheetNotke iron and burnNotice burn 1MIhaNotke
Notke the characteristic odor c elfcharred charrfJd f fcharred
charred sugar Mftz M coBtaJne COItta i NI NIteDt > pmcent r rcent
cent of sugar r This sugar te not tactly oe oeactly CI CIBetty
actly actlyand like tn s car treed err the theIt taIIIe taIIIeIt
It Is much lees sweet and p lolOp physlologietaand 7 t1I t1Iand
and chemists find that it acts actsly dttMnwt dttMnwtly dsratly
ly fromly from ordtaai ordtaaithe ordinary sugar 81Iarthe durtu5 durtu5the
the process p of digestion For this r rson rJIOI1 ea eason
son the sugar used in curd canIfor compte comptefor ce > ts ady adyfor
for the purpose of making cottage cottageried cottapcbeee cottagecheese
cbeee much oC the fat bs u aIIy er atrried erried
ried off with the whey wheywhich wheyHlf wheyIf
Hlf If It III possible to get the se4 se4is = ie is iswhich
which the sugar is heated heatedhot s LdY rdfhot
hot to burn the sugar completely it itbehind itwill
will n 1te 4U discovered that there remains remainsbehind r
behind a small portion of white wb wee e powder w wr w wrter
rter r which the most intense Int boat boatnot does doesnot
not consume This te the mineral matter mat matter ¬
ter of the milk Il Ik It constitutes eoD itutes about aboutseventenths o8tMtVen sheetsseventenths
seventenths MtVen ths of 1 per cent of K Kweight Its Itsweight
w weight ht and It te more abumfctat a in incomparison m mcomparison
comparison m with other nutrients thaa thaain thain
in any other common IIIOII food It Itof te eaeqr eaeqrof eaetyof
of course e to see why this bemateriel material materialfood Md materielwhich materielthe
which builds th bore should Id 1te III tile tilefood thefood
food primarily desigaea ea t for the theyoung me a elfyoung ayouDjl
young animals animalsThus DimaasThue animalsThus
Thus by simple and interesting tereMIII pro proccxjceg co coand
ccxjceg e es lat tat casern eaMta albumen albmnel1mlnera sugar sugarm and amiminerals
m minerals is may b be separated 8eparatedJray ami mflk mflkn nd ndtray
tray n ay be sho sbovn n to be a mixture of ofmany elmaDyvaluable ofmany
many maDyvaluable valuable solids either sue Jjuostndod Jjuostndodor II 8 oethded oethdedor 11111 i ior
or dissolved dI in I water Such SaekJDe experi experimenting experimeatina ¬
menting JDe snow BbOw too too why why it te that Iatttther hat MB MBPtitute noother
ttther liquid III regarded aM a true 1nIetjtute aasab aasabstitute
Ptitute for milk m k ta the fending oC young youngchildren Y01Icr youascaUdren
children cr 1dren
Sammie and Susie Littletail LittletailBy LittletailHOWARD
dt4RK 1M 1l R Z 11 Fm GSAMMIE Co CoSAM
fSTE LITTLJBTAUj was out on a nice nicegrassy DIcegraSy nicegrassy
grassy grassyground place Is treat of the under undersrtund unde r rgrnund
ground house ho Jumping her grapevine grapevinerope grapeorineroPf grapevinerope
rope and having ba a very good oocIlndHd time timeindeed timeIndeed
indeed She had gotten an over the thefright thefright thefright
fright caused by the bad hawk trying trytagto trylDgto tryingto
to grab her and left quite happy Sam Sammie Setsmie j jxnie
mie TJttletail had been searching rdII for forthe fOrthe forthe
the hawk to have him arrest toll forbeing for foribeing forbt
being bt ng ro cruel to the little rabbit b girl girlbut girlbut girlbut
but he could not dad the big bird bird so sohe eoIH soT
he T e had come back to watch Susie jump jumpYou jumpy jumpTou
week and they theyhad they11ad theyhad
You y ou see it was Easter
had no school 1 The old owl teacher1 teacher1was teacher teadwrwas teacherwas
was very glad of It It too for he had hadnor kadbOT liednote
nor note < > time to sleep and dose ta the SUB IIGILJUFt sunJust j jJust
Just as a Susie mmmed d doing three threeslow threeslow threeslow
slow pepper Nurse e Jane Fu Fusy pusayWusay pusayWusaycame yWu Wuszy Wuszyca y ycame
the burrow burrowcaned and andcalled andcalled
came ca me to the door of 1
called calledSammie calledSammie
canedSammie Sammie your mamma mew a wants you youWhat youWhat youWhat
What does she want be asked askedShe askedShe ed eduSh
uSh She wants you to go to the tItestoTe drug drugstore dug
store and get some 9tu lt1d te color toe toeEaster tileEastT theEaster
Easter eggs p with Hurry Hurr please pleasecause be because beca ¬
cause ca uS > she has tots to do doMay cIay dolfay
May ay we help color them askedsusi asked askedSusie
Susie haning up her grapevine peTiAe rope on onft ODow
ft low ow bvish bvishI bu h
I think so answered the muskratTturse muskrat muskratjijre UIIkrat
Dune Now ow hurry Sammie year yeoriramma yearmamma yourmamma
mamma wants to get all done before beforeur
ur papa come eo comes home from theIaetory the carrot carrotiaetory carrotrattoT
iaetory rattoT tonight tonightAH tODlfbtAll tonight tonightAll
All right rightt answered th the little boy boyraHbit boyrabbit
rabbit 1 guess I can help color the theeggs theggs theff
eggs ggs too and he hurried o off ff to o the thedrug thedrug
drug store that was near Dr DrbouSE possums possumsbouse ootuaus ootuaushouse
bouse bouservow bouSEow houseow > tbeJ
rvow ow pretty soon tOOIIia ta fact almost im kntnediatelraometbtatg immediately Im1Tedlattly8OBl41btq ¬
1Tedlattly8OBl41btq mediately something to nso going t to happen happento Jappeto bappen
to Sammie Littletail Litt Littbeta l t so I Igoing want T Tto you an anto anit
to s sit it quietly and not wiggle e so that thattfcrough thatou
70uU ou tl break the couch or I cant O on oathats
IJhats hats better Well then Saccade went WeDtthrough wentthrough
through the woods and and on his b way waylie waye
lie e felt fpito so happy that he sang sa sathe thethis this littleng little littleSong
the kindergarten kinder kindergarten ¬
Song Song ng which he had heard
garten children singing at the owl owlpchool owlFhoo1 awlrhool
pchool a few days before This te the theSOTIE thesong
song but of course I can cant t stag tg I It very verywell verywell
well ell Please dont laugh Ja laughbest m do the thebest thebtst
best I can although a1t perhaps per perhaps Ishant Ishantget I Iathahtget t
get the t he words worea Just right rightSoMKer I ISoldter
SoMKer boy Do soldier beyC boy where ware ware01J axe axeyou areyou
you 01J going goingWavtng gol goingWaving
Waving Wa so o proudly proudly inowM your you red rea White Whiteand wMteand
and btoeT btoeTcome biog biogIm
Im m gotn going to the war to whit ten tttycountry Jay JaycountIT
country countITAnd countryAnd
And if youD be a NkUer boy y ycome may maycome
come too toO
Thats That k the way Scathe ga IIILII stn g fc It nay nayhaw aayj atqI
haw 11 and Just as he 8DIIIIMiI ilni niilnhn bed he mK tt mKtrie se i
the t hI drugstore drugstoreWho dragstoreRho T1lgstoreWho
Who was that ahaglsee stagJocrr r asked I Dr DrpnZ5um DrPnaeum > r rpossum
possum who happened IFee < te he ht m the thest diestrf thestare
st stare re just then thenT tbeDr
T was a snid sn id Sammie SammieOh SatseteChindeed k knIl
Oh Chindeed mleed I didnt edie > dlI know s veq v vn isung isungncn snag I ITr
Tr ncn m n ot If E Dr > r Powwrm That te very veryo a ageed I Iild
geed o < l tu1d iifi ild d I could not do better my myv my myif y y1f
v if Will 111 vo tctp OU kindly sing tt aaiu So SoSamnie 50OammlO Sepan
Samnie pan nie san it naam torah caJa sad then lie Mt got gotthe gott
the t h f eolnrs o1nn > l > rs for his h b mamma to put on heY tle tleriii tM2I
Y riii s 2I ter t egse egseNow eggs eggsNow
Now tXow bJld cbttdren ya said d Mamma UOte UOtetail Ietail Iittmtwhen
tail when hft1 Sammie mmie reached bed home Get GetThe 6the Getthe
The cc ccss s s that Mrs Ot C11ekChIdt C11ekChIdthe ekChick sav savyj gatpl gatplyS1
yj the he other er day 9 and we to will color colortVfTT eoIMtnr colorn
tVfTT tnr j jO
O wont w we hae ba e fnr rn cried rIM SieIndeed Susie SusieIndeed S SYndeed
Indeed we will said Sammie SammieSri
Sri they first nr boiled the eggs eg good g Od and andhard andham andhard
hard so that if f they happened to drop dropme dropcne
me It t rvouldnt get all ever the floor floorand floorand
and 3 nd you know how unpleasant unplea ant it is to toosa toiv tothfl
sa iv ih the least when an egg drops dr > p psd and andt andget
get t all over o er th floor Isnt it really reallyn reallytCoH Uy UyY
n tCoH Y > > ll I1 tley boiled the eggs and then thenMamma thenMamma
Mamma Llnetail had the dye ready rMd readytieit i il
tieit > l you ou should < have seen n all the theerrors thecolors
errors she she 8h pad ad There Tl ere was red and andbue andb11le andb
b bue ue and yeHow JtJ and nt green rte11 and purple purpleand i iand
and pink pink and old rose and crushed crushedstrawberry
strawberry anti ashes o of roses and ma magenta tnagenta
genta and aJI4 Ace bte and Johnnie red
and Pr Fteggiq ggle green bre a and aadIUI4 toadstool 1 1and broth brothand
and s > riUigiuitnk lftJr Ink That last te Jeost th thkeeper Ute Utek sines sinesheaeper
keeper k told Sammie was a new color colorvery IorTerJ colorstir
very scarce As there isnt t any more moteof morewhat Moc8 Moc8of
of Jt at the 1Jt re I cant jaM tell yoti yotiwhat > 00 00what
what it looked like e except that it was wasa wasa wasa
a very fin fine colorVndeed color Oh yes yesWen SMWell yesWelt
Wen Sammie and Susie helped their theirmamma theirJIIUUIIIDa theirmamma
mamma dip ip the eggs in the dye dyeand d7ealld dyeand
and stained allied them all sorts of pretty prettycolors prettycolors prettycolors
colors Some were all one shade shadeand shadeaD4 shadeand
and some were half one tint and and andhalf adhalf andhalf
half another and then there were some someall omeall someall
all speckled with different colors and andvery andvery andvery
very hard to make Then after they theywere theyere theywere
were ere all dry Nurse Jane FuzzyWitswith FuzzyWussv FuzzyWussvwith FuayWugyWJtIt
with her sharp teeth teet Just like chiselsthat chisels chiselsthat eIaithat
that a carpenter uses drew pretty prettythings prettytbiDp prettythings
things on the eggs pictures of trees treesand treesaDd treesand
and birds and mountains and flowers flowersand ftowersand dowersand
and fairy castles ar a hikes and hills hillsand htuaand billsand
and all sorts of things Oh they the were werethe werethe werethe
the prettiest ettkst Easter eggs you ever saw sawHere sa saHere cawSere
Here is the last egg said Sammie SammieMay Seutmielay e eX
May X lay I dip ibis one ta mammaT mammaTSYes mamma r rYes rOY
Yes OY es she answered aa bet she neverwould never 1MVerUW nevermould
would UW have let Mm if she had known knownwhat kaOwubat knownwhat
what was going to happen happenIll happenurn happenIll
urn Ill make this hic a skilHgimink skn nk color colorsaid colorMid colorsaid
said Sammie and he stood over the theI therot theriot
I rot > t Then what 1 t do you think occurred occurredWhy occurreoiYbT occurredWhy
Why YbT Sammie leaned too far over er and andhe aadM andhe
he fed iei1 right t in that pot of sktllighnink sktllighninkcolor aklliflmtakcolor skIIIIgtmiskcolor
color h JH and the egg together And Andoh Andoh
oh 011 dear me what a time there was wasHe wasHe wasHe
He splashed around and scattered the theskilngmink theskllllplnk thessktiligntink
skilngmink color over the kitchen awl awlwhen aDo aDobea aurlwhen
when bea his mamma and Susie fished him himout himout himout
out out if he h 1k wasnt Sln dyed the most beauti beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
ful skybluepink you ever saw Oh Ohbut 011 011Mat Ohbut
but he wa was a sight The skilttgira sldlBgimtnk sldlBgimtnkcolor akilligiminkcolor nk nkcoior
color made him hI look like a piece of the therainbow theraJnNw therainbow
rainbow Oh Sammie cried Susie Susiebow SUsIebow Susiehow
bow funny you do look And Sam Sammie Stuftmie Sammie ¬
mie grunted ed Huh Hu I guess its noth nothing DOthjag nothing ¬
ing to laugh at So they dried him himwith himwith himwith
with a towel but the color didnt come comeon comeoff
on 0 for ever ao long o honest It didnt didntBut dldntBut didntBut
But they had a lovely lot of Easter Easteranyhow eggs esgsanyhow eggsanyhow
anyhow ready for the children cIItJdrD and andso andsoSammie so soSammie soSammie
Sammie didnt mind much 1IClL Now ow how howabout howI howabout
I about Hot Cross Buns Bu for tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrowI tomorrownight
I night en Oh of course course 1 1 mean a story storyabout storyhotJt storyabout
about hotJt them themUSE themi themUSE themUSE
Search of Grandmothers Trunk TrunkLifceiy TrunkLikely TrunkLikeIy
Likely to toReveal Reveal Valuable ValuableScraps ValuableScraps ValunbleScrape
Ha Have yea a zrandaotbets s tk 110 a I Iet lmtUe
tUe xarret et If 80 y will hurry tAt tAtttoe tothe
the chest hi which there aft testing her IterJaees herImes
laces for for grandmother rrD 1DOt took the utmost utmostcare tcsre utmosttcare
care of these t ttnerieel ftnerte and take tak from fretsits fromits fieitI
its wraootnjr Wnl the tb piece of Spanish la 1aee 1aeeIf to toIf e eIf
If you are not fortunate URat moos EIIOU to to toe1r mtd mtda ad ada
a Iladc e1r or white scarf rf the t lace Ja Jabold shop
hold In temotiiK array the silk Ik meshes meshesthat meaIIathat meshesthat
that 1aa nave returned to favor favorfieaaMi favorlaee favorfi
fieaaMi fi anbih lace serves many wrposes PVI and andfatty AdtuJ1y andfully
fatty meets mfIef an requnxn 1eI requirescntes nts Either EitherMack EkJIerMaek lslherblack
Mack white or soft brown svcKeets lt ltrtf ttf Ittf
rtf tf f for hats JTOWQ or wrans Theresults The Theresults ThereRIItM
results smelt fit of the emphatic eflatlewItk sucress sucresswith aucrmwith
with which the return 9f this lace ce has hasbeen basbefon hasbeen
been met metthat metIf metIf
If von an ob yo will notice BOtkethat noticethat
that the > newest ICW writs hare two two Import Important ImportAttddttL Importnut ¬
ant AttddttL sides ides The Iminer Is just as beautiful beautifulas
as the Qutsld < > utsW Here is an oooortunity oooortunityfrir o
frir aging tlflin our lace 1 > shawL The silk coat coatof tf coatof
of f a wonderful wo aderful shrcle sh de of sea > blue is isct iscnt Iscut
ct on ft simple lir liras T n Dees > eeo cuffs cuff arefared are arefared AMraN
fared with net embroidered btnkl fId with Ith fIOLI fIOLIta souta > j jtache
tache ta he and hrmienae paneta repels of the same samematerial carpematerisi m mmat
material mat tJ < i rrvr > at the Mde Wd lidee tut 1 ut the thelinfns th thUninsr thlimns
limns s wonderfully m made e of Soanivh Soanivhire SoanhohaN1 Soanbhscr
aN1 scr ire held h 1d smooth n > fv > th hv lon l000e loco e stitches tithf > S and anda and1road anda
a broad han band < l near the rem A narrowfscing narrow narrowfactnjr narrowictn
factnjr ictn of dark blue velvet is used t tfinish tn tnnl8h toSnleh
finish nl8h the edce edr while hn > a heavy cold old cordettWaes cord cordUtaes comuJDes
uJDes Utaes the whole w 91e
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There Dec lie thy haspnmi lie lierUPIT1CR e tMsjr tMsjrUPITXR tsyi tsyCPITP
rUPIT1CR UPITXR this day betas a a command co cofa commandirg
1 tag position JM signifying trylD prooX pnIftt5Aiat prep geld geldkarat see seesuccess
karat creae oC estate ecMteItetWeeil aiepd success in inileahiaga R
ileahiaga between merchants
The planet te powerful for strict honor honorami homeand I IitDcI
and generosity itT toward frigate trl and eeeI eeeItcMIal one onemiss M Mariec
miss tOda today and this Tendency tric ehse > scy isstrengthened is testrengthens I
strengthens arf Dgtlte > l by It the position of the Utewbtch sun sunwhich suswhich
which also reigns for forbearance forbearancehonor forbearancehonor 1 1ODOr
honor courage fidelity ta t friends and andprinciples aDIIpri1lcl andprinciples
principles pri1lcl and straightforward 2tnJgbUwwanl deal dealtags deallogs i itag
tags tagsUnder logsUnder I IrDder
Under these signs b18 astrology holds that thatall thatall
all tricks and devices to sain > aln advan advantages a4haatage advaatages ¬
tages are likely either to fait at once or orto orto orto I
to succeed only temporarily and end ta tabringing JaiNiDltag Inbringing
bringing ruin and disgrace oa those who whouse wbouse whouse
use them themTrade LTrade
useTrade Trade should nourish h and salespeople salespeoplecanvassers salespeopleeanvaeeers peopIe peopIecan
canvassers can demonstrators agents ageR pro promoters pro promoters promoters ¬
moters and others engaged ia illthe gainingthe gaining gainingthe
the attention of prospective customers customersshould customersshould
should push the aVlvantageof advantage of the bows hotrsto bonsto bowsto 1
to the utmost utmostThe utJnotThe utmostThe
The sun and Mercury are in mutual mucualrelation mvaHLlrelation mutualrelation
relation In this period that is read by byastrology byastrology
astrology ut as inducing a temperamental temperamentalcondition temperamentalcondition temperamentalcondition I
condition unusually favorable to the thewritten theVol1Uen themitten
written or printed word It Is essential eseettlalhowever essentialI I Ihowever
I Ito
I however that great diligence be iced isedto icedto
to prevent any an misstatements or into misleading 1018 1018leading intolending ¬
leading suggestions from creeping into intoany intoany 1 1any
any public announcementMara announcement announcementMars i
Mars Is favorable today except for his histendency hist histendency
tendency t to cause quarrels Otherwise Otherwisethe Otherw Otherwthe Otherwisethe
the red stars influence in uence is toward ener energy energy energy ¬
gy purposeful purpo elul work and vigorous prosecution prosecution prose secutlon ¬
cution of affairs affairstore atralrsThere affairsThere
There tore is a t good sign over ingeniouspersons ingenious ingeniouspersons Jngenlouepersons
persons and over all who w o wear uni uniforms uDItOnM uniforms ¬
forms dtetmctive insignia and 00 ether ethermarks othermarks el elmarb
marks of employment er rank Sol Soldiers Soldie Soldiem ¬
diem die sailors smiths bankers metal metalsteam metalworkers metalworkers
workers aDd aB VM deal WIth with fire firesteam firesteam
steam or great apparatus are under uD4erSOOd undergood a4er a4ergood
good signsConfectioners signs signsConfectioners slgasConfecUoDers
Confectioners and others handling handlingsweets handlingsweets handlingsweets
sweets should benefit from m the tendency tendencyof
of the ruling signs MgrsHerbal signsHerbal signsHerbal
Herbal lore marks today as good for forcabbage fotca forcabbage
cabbage ca e pumpkin lettuce cress win wintergreen wlRtergreen wintergreen
tergreen cucumbers and colewort un under URder under ¬
der the moon moonPersons moonPelOftS moonPersona
Persons born under asoeqts asoe < ts like todays to tobe todays
days have a birth date that Is held to tobe tobe
be favorable but they must refrain refrainzealously reCraJRzea1oy refrainzealously
zealously from interfering with the af affairs lfalns affairs ¬
fairs of othersChildren others othersChildren othersChUcirea
Children are born today under as aspects aspects aspoets ¬
pects that promise amiability and kind kindness kindDeIIS kindbut ¬
ness but they are liable to a thought thoughtless tboubtleu thoughtlees ¬
heir heirfriends
less habit of speaking freely about their theirfriends theirfrleD
friends 8 and relatives often leading to togreat toet togreat
great et embarrassments and enmitiesEGG enmities enmitiesEGG enmitlcsEGG
Dealers Find It Difficult to Get GetBest GetBest GetBest
Best Grades At Any AnyPrice AnyPrice AnyPrice
Price PriceA PriceA
A real scarcity of fresh fresh eggs is be betenitt be beI betginning
I ginning tenitt to be felt all over the country countryftcolt c countryand antrYI I
I and dealers declare it is extremely dif difde dtCftcuIt I
ftcolt de nit to get them at any n price priceNaturally prlce prlce1aturaUy priceNaturally I
Naturally the demand has caused an anadvance anadvanee anadvance
advance ta price and the market today todayrinia todaysnows todayscows
snows a rise of 1 cent a dozen on Vir Virni Virginia
rinia ni and Soothe Soothet1 ii eCTfS eCTfSwas e egt s sThhs sThis
This 18 a1ttO t the firSt advance a ance that thatas thatwas
was as warrented warre te4 by the supply as until untilvey u uvery
1 very recently hens had been laying ex exceptionally exI exI exIceptfonally ¬
I ceptionally well Nearby Xearb NearbyrVlrginiae Virginias are arebringing arebringing I Ibringing
bringing 26 s and even 27 cents South Southern Southj Southjern Southera ¬
era ern 3 C 4 awl 35 35Except 1 1Except
Except for docks the poultry pouf poufalso tTy market marketalso
also has advanced IId aeed from 1 to 1 cents centsund a apound zipound
ipound ipoundSpring pound poundSpring und und5prin I
Spring 5prin chiekena cbtek leke s B are now Do seWna selling wholesa1 wholesale whole wholesale
sale sa1 at IS cents e ats hens at 14 and 15 and andrrtosters aDdrofIten andr
rrtosters r at Jl cents a pound pooadi poundThe
i The Th produce l a market arJet shows elgas slff sl > s ofstoregth of ofstren i iI
I streaclhajvmg stren storegth heriItg ibg aH along the Hne 1Ine 1Inetbous1 niI niIthou aJ aJi I
i though tbous1 thou h there has been no no appreciable appreciablechange appreclab1c appreciablechase 1
change c chase ls since last weeK
l1o More e Aged Women Write VI rite to toThe toThe toThe
The Times in Grati Gratitude Gratitude Gratitude
tude tudeJSet tudeof tudeNot
Not ooe ooe of them could we affierd w wosse s sruins
ruins osse these letters teBfamg uc eC the tfceafterglow theaftoltlow
afterglow of happiness left by the au autossobBe a atoaeohOe at
toaeohOe t outing gtyfr1l giv < w on August 3i for terthe forthe f4KtaM
the aged women of the eld o d womens womensof WWJteRsOIC wosenshoes
hoes of the city Not one of them themcouM ttemeaaIII themcould
couM we afford to mtes 7 yet we werecetTet have havereceived havereceived
received so many of them that to rept reptte reply replyto
te each letter would lei be Impossible impeccibleSo
So So for every letter of appreciation JtPredaUDBrlttea appreciationwritten aporechUJoBwritten
written rlttea The Times says Thank you youand yoU yeaand
and for the pies pleasure sure of those tho e who made madethe madethe
the outing < possible Ml we print as many nmayof manyof
of the letters Jett as te possible possibleLouise possibleLouise
Louise A Dryson ta charge of o Bpipfe Bpipfeaay BplpJIaay IEptplla IEptpllaany
W mitesThe
aay Home write writeThe
The aged women of Epiphany y Home Homehad HOllIeba41 Homehad
had a most charming time Automobile AutomobileDay AuteblleDay Autoateblietiny
Day and are ItIII U11 talking of the ee eeHghts fie do dolights
lights Jl of then Joy ride Since they theyhave thQhave theyhave
have learned to whose thovghtfutoese thovghtfutoeseand
and loving ktadneee they owe such a ahappy ahappy aha
happy ha time they are writing this tll letter letterto
to p send their most graceful grace fu thanks and anda Ada anda
a genuine ine God bless you youJrs youMrs
Mrs S S Webusbv ebusb of 52 L L street streetsouthwest streetJlCMtthwest streetsouthwest
southwest who was among the guestsof guests guestsof
of the afternoon writes writesthe writeswas writesI
I was one of these who went out on onthe
the beautiful automobile Automo IJe ride It was a agrand aand agrand
grand pleasure to me and my littlegranddaaghter little littlegranddaughter
granddaughter grand bt r as I have been at home homeall IMNReall homeall
all summer I have not even e been for fera rera fora
a car ride so you must ost know that t t if ifthere Itt1lere ifthere
there was one that did enjoy k it was wasmyself wasJRy wasmyself
myself etf I tell you dear Times I cantexpress cant cantexpress eautexprell
express my y thanks Thank you very verymuch verymach eo eoJRIIcia
much and may God bless you youI y yTQ youTO
i Jnkstatns on garments J1irme ts can be soaked soafcedcut soakedut soakedrut
cut ut in a mixture of salt and milk A AteaapooHful Ateaapoolltul Ateaspoonful
teaspoonful of salt t to nearly a gill gillof gUtor gillof
of milk Uk is the rignt proportion This Thisanswers ThisAD8wens Thisanswers
answers for either w f1olte > ite or colored coloredfabrics coloredfalt coloredfabrics
fabrics falt but If the tb ink has been al allowed at at10WN allowed ¬
lowed to dry It will be necessary tb tbsoak t1eo ta7soak >
soak the stained part in the t milk for feran terLOCAL foran
= eopart
an hour or two twoLOCAL twoLOCAL
Look Tkrosgh TBIO g Your Home Homeand Home HomeaDd Homeand
and see what furnl furnishings blRgS nee need replacing
Then go to GrogaiT and select lect the new newfnmtture Dewfuntit1lle newfurniture
furniture Open an account with them themand tlteMI themand
and get acquainted with tth the most mo t ac accommodatlBg acI accommodating
I commodatlBg con arm arm in Washington25C Washington WShIIYtoDTry Washington25c
25c Try Our Famous Stews abc 250Phlla 2SCPta1Ia abcPhila
Phlla Oyster Oy tec Chop House e i1 ii11th U llth nw
Try 2 Marine Eye Remedy ComedyFor KemeflyFor RemedyF4
For F4 R Rd Red d Weak W Weary ary Watery Eyes EyesWanted E7 EyesWantedEveryone
WantedEveryone Wanted Everyone Xo Know We Darn DarnSeeks DarnSocks
Seeks free Star laundry Co 13151317 13151317l 1315131714th
l 14th h St St N W WCarpenter WCarpenter
Carpenter Work of All Kinds C D DCollins DCollins
Collins Tt lt ISth at at nw Phonelansburh Phone 1513 1543ans 1513Lansburgh
Lansburgh ans urg Bro BroDry BroD
D Dry Goods andReadytoWear and andReadytoWear andReadytoWear
ReadytoWear Articles
420 to 426 7th Streetrhrongh Street treet
rhrongh to Eighth
eh WHAT HAT shall my young yotln daughter daughterwear flaagbterear daughterwear
wear ear to school schooirBecause scboolrBecause r rBeealI5e
Because this is the tft question that is isengrossing Jengr085lng Isengrossing
engrossing the attention of mOthers mothertsjust JR mOthersjust lert lertjust
just now even before they tile be begin tn to toplan tQplan toplan
plan their own fall suits I am giving lIvtau givingyou tvtoc tvtocyou
you u today a dlnd childs frock that Is both bothsmart bothsmart tit titsmClrt
smart and practical practicalTuis pract1calluis practicalleig
luis one is trimmed with attic aIIk and andpiped an4piped andpiped
piped with velvet v JvL The skirt ktrt ktrtuaigJ1t te iestraight testraight
straight a and d plaited plat and the bto wo elIS blameIs s sis
is exceedingly exG e tn ly impl simple ftUIl1ltIy coaseoueatlymaking conse C ftUIl1ltIymekIHS < t enUy enUymakiHg
making It an easy e s matter while the thelittle eUttJe thelittle
little dress dr s j is exceedingly attractive attractlTetlve attr8oeUyetl11e attractivefive
five tlvePiaid fivePlaid
Plaid materials are always s service NlYieeaDl serviceable rvlee rvleeble
able aDl ble fer school sdIo wenr and are to e tiemuch enn20 e enraoh
much worn this season bat shep shepherds PEfther shepherds ¬
herds her s cheek could b 1te sai substituted stitMt IHI 4 or orPlain orJaln orplain
Plain Jaln tatsrial H atrial rtal could be used wtt wtttrimming with wtttrlmmlnS withtrimming
trimming of o plaid or check or of silk silkThese IIUkor atikor
or Vel velvet velvetThese eL eLTbe6
These patterns may be obtained at atGoldenbergs atGoldenltecgs atGoldeniergs
Goldenbergs GoldenbergsCost GoldenltecgsCost GoldeniergsCost
Cost o of This School ScnoolFrocR ScnoolFrocRin FrockIn frock frockin
in Two Materials MaterialsGINGHAM lateralsGINGHAM Mater lls llsGINGHAM
5x yare eC pIII pIIIi sl rlrat fie fiea
a i a jMt 0 aat aatTJ8 U6 U6The
of of yaad d 91C c cpsste
The Thseeteprtoa Rrtera 1IS a ya 1 1fer i iAUaM
psste asia for tiiimmtng 1e 1ea I Ia I Ia
a yard yatrdOne 9 JOPONGEE JO 1 1ORe
ORe dozen MI buttohaa m mTatai j I ITMIII
SIx 7 eC JIOIIPM atdk 3e a ayard
yardThreequarters yard yardThve aa aaDmiartC5
Thve DmiartC5 aj azterc of a ap yard yardPersian oral oralPerhAau
p Persian sCfe tC for trtmmh trtmmha truing tal rite Ifca IfcTocaJ
a yrd 4S
Total l 116 fi
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I I I I I f T I I I T I T I
f 1 I Chats o hatWith With the Puzzlers I I I
a lM M I
BLiL ELL Miss Carroll if there therereally thereS
6 w S really could be a bettor bettorJ 1HU0ZAd bettorand
J and a little more difficult difficultpuzzle dttAcultpuzzle difficultpine
puzzle than Miss Xis Ever Everetts Evers i ietts
etts lecoed rent Mst lie of list aat week itj itjconsists It ItcoDlilM Itconsists
consists of the t musical mu leal Instruments Instrumentswhich tostreaieatswhich 1 8U1InOOtswblek
which Mr Qoteenborry hs locoed for forits forus
its this weak weakSuch weekSach weakSuch
Such Is the verdict of all the puzzlers Imersad puzzlersand i iand
and those are not a few who rho have com communtcated comm cammwtleated
muntcated m IctM with n me e today ted y Several score seoreot scoreof i iof
of enterprising ones 68 who wh were deteruiaed deter deterIIIIDe4 j jperfect
IIIIDe4 to be ant even if they are DOt DOtperfeet notperfect
perfect perfect sent ta their solutions by this thtemornings thisavnamgs thismornings
mornings mail and a later arrival of ofthe ottIN ofthe
the postman has shown Mow that that for all it itmay Itmay Itmay
may be dtfttcult the puzzle of loosed locoedmusical l CGed1a loosedmttslcst
musical instruments 1a has caught the thefancy tltetalK j jfancy
fancy of the puzzlers puzslersWhile puzzlersWhite pu ers ersW1aile
White Miss s Everetts Bver tts puzzle of loeeed loeeedhouses loeeedD8 loosedlooses
houses for rout is still fresh IB our ourminds ourml ourminds
minds ml I want to tell you Y U that one of ofthe ott ofthe
the moet charming e IlrD o and original solu seIutIeDs selutides solutions ¬
tides I have ever seen reached my desk deskhue desklate desklate
late Friday Frida afternoon at from Clarke PBarney P PBarnej PBarRe
Barney BarRe of the Public Library IJhraryThe LIWar7TIle LibraryThe
The frontispiece ef the rent MOetiH MOetiHmade bufletlnmade tJa tJa1MIde
made un lit by this clover puzzler is a apicture apicture
picture of a big office building IIIS bearta beartathe bealeg bealegthe g I
the sign Office of Carroll sad Co CoPwtotfom CoPusleeiohn
Pwtotfom Pwtotfomtore PusleeiohnEvery Aula I
Every house IIouM t represented 1ty a Alo Aloture
tore which wtde conveys e perfectly the t e pR1 im impression tmles hoyressss ¬
pression i811 undr give c by wh the theich e name Thus BleakHrose Bleak BlakHouse I
House under which te pria printed Charles CharlesTJtckens harlesDickens 1
Dickens architect rblteeth stands lonely andf and andtrblddlg I
f fol1Jhldht trblddlg > rbMdtag with no sign a JD of human plant planti
i L L animal al ma1 life in view viewA viewA
A vine clad church represents The TheH TheR TheNttse
Nttse H t UH se of Fulfilment under which whie is istoted Isted isanted
toted ted The Lord is My XyShepeld Sheperd I Ishall IIIIl Imall
shall not want wantture waRtEv wantEvery
Ev Every oUter bouee Is shown In a p1c p1ctuce plctare
tare equally as clever and the very verynnaue veryaaJlDe veryun
un nnaue que bulletin Is made of pictures ef efh orbotI ofbolt
h bolt botI te o cut < u from tn magazines magazinesA
A tat of nmsical cal instruments tn suggestssome suggests suggestssome 88SSestsMIlle
some delightful deI ttu posraflities ra III the way wayof wayOf wayof
of original I and striking trtk rotations So Sosharpen 5eshArP Sesharpen
sharpen your otlr wits puzzlers and see seewho seewh seewho
who will lead ta this weeks w s merry merrycontest DHSTTcont merrycontest
contest cont
1 r rPrizes
Prizes Offered Puzzle PuzzleSolvers PuzzleSolvers PuzzleSolvers
Solvers SolversWeekly SolversWeekJ3p SolversWeekly
Weekly prizes of live three and andtwo ancltwo andtwo
two dollars respectively arc gives givesto givento mento
to the contestants for or the t e pozzte pozzteprinted teZ1eprinted puezieprinted
printed on the Womans W MAs Page age of adthe ofthe oftile
the Sunday evening ee l g edition of The TheTimes TMTImes TheTimes
Times each week for the tlfe three t lee solutions so solutions Me Melutlons ¬
lutions adjudged w wThe woP wThe Y YThe
The contest wMcli wkI doses at 3 p pin P Ptt1 pItsrn
in on Friday Fridar of f each week is Isto opento open opento
to all who care to solve the miTTlng ptaziieaThe IIIIZtesThe miTTlngThe
The awards ward are based S Son prmtartty prmtarttyon
on correctness timeliness and neat neataess INtn neatness
ness n s Originality in presentation pr RtaUoIa al also aIso also ¬
so receives recel I coaeMeratleB Sa aw award awarding > ad ading
ing the prizes prlzaeLACE priz prizesLACE 6 6LACE
The T e latest in dainty < and charming piac piacfor Jtufor pas pasfor
for wear reer OB collars and cuffs e 5 te a lace laceflower lilctoWe1 laceflower
flower crocheted crGC around 1U uDd an ordinary ordinaryiimall enIiIIarytmaJi ordinarysmall
small safety gta The flower is usually 1I1II1yk1 usuallyin usuallyin
in violet form though in wh white andstands and andatands aDditaDd
stands out stitflv front tr n ta the titeWhtn vm vmWhen pdm pdmWhen
When crocheted croclr ed to a violet B giR k may maybe maybe Y Ybe
be use used > l to fasten jabots of flowers S and andit amIt andit
it te just as pretty preU though DOt quite ao aonew aone sonew
new ne as applied to the t e batata Jtat la A set oC oCthese orthese ofthese
these lovely white lace > aee ptos piAstllree three for forcollar fMCClllar forcollar
collar twe far cuCCs CUstwo two bat pins and andtwo adtwo andtwo
two stickpins would be the prettiest prettiestpresent 1I prettiestpresent tU 8tPresent
present a bride or a traveler te toeYcr 3erepe 3erepeever ttsepe ttsepeever
ever received receivedThe reeYedTIle receivedThe
The bar of the safety DB Dili is crocheted creehstedover crochetedover te teOYer
over and over te hide th 1 steeL In Inblack InbUe Inblack
black bUe with bbbck nine they so S a the theQuestion WQllestlOR ttt tttquestion
Question of what te ace te rae D1OIEUIni rnla
1 1THE
Open Evenings Until 6 oClock oClockFinal dClockRumrnage 17 17v
v RUmIi Rumrnage 1 lag e Sa1e0Fhuia 5aJkeo 5aJkeoFihmaR
Final Wi Windup ncdluIP o of
5lUlm1i1l1l Summer lr Stock0 Stock0Dont 5t o cko ckoDont
sra sraThose Dont forgetamong the several thousand garments r repce repcesented p e esented
sented are many that can be worn throughout fall and winter winterThose = I IThose
I Iprove
Those not suitable for winter wear are so low in price that it will willprove willprove
prove prove prove a a fine investment inv stment to pacl pac C them away until next summer summerTailored summerI summerraillloffed
Tailored T a m R 01F 1 Sodtts SodttsFrench tUlnll3 tUlnll3French 1ir ts tsFrench
French Linen sold up to 25 s S 195 450 and < S750 S750Rajah 750Rajah 750 750Rajah
Rajah Silk sold up to 45 1250 1250Cloth 1250Cloth 125oCloth
Cloth Suits sold up to X60 60 = S750 750 7 501250 31250 S1 50 and 31475 31475White 1475 1475Vhite 147 147White
White Serge Suits sold up to 35 < S1750 S1750Jtreet t750Street 1750 i iStreett
Street Dresses Dtres aaudl Qowes QowesLingerie G ow owLingerie OWIl1lSJ OWIl1lSJLingerie
Lingerie Batiste sold up to 40 S500 500 1000 and S1500 S1500French S1500French 1500 1500French
French Linen sold sa d up to 30 S300 300 3500 500 and 4250Pongee 1250 1250Pongee 1250Pongee
Pongee Silk sold up to 535 35 1000 10Aq 1250 and 51500 51500Messaline 1500Messaline 1500 1500Messaline
Messaline and Satins sold up to 40 750 1000 100 and 1500 1500Voiles 1500Voiles I IVoiles
Voiles some silk lined sold up to 45 1250 and 1500 1500Sviss 15ooSwiss 1500Swiss
Swiss and Dimities sold up to Sl5 5 15 l S S3o0 300 and S5oq S5oqTailored 500 500Tailored 500Tailored
Tailored Cloth sold up to 35 l 6500 500 750 and S1000 S1000Coat 1000 1000C 1000Coat
C Coat it PepartgMainita PepartgMainitapongee IDelP Dq9s1thIIIl lirt1l1nHemut lirt1l1nHemutongee lt1t lt1tPongee >
pongee ongee Long Coats sold up to Sa5 25 750 and SioOo SioOoBlack 1000 1000Black 1000Black
Black Taffeta Long Coats sold up to 2250 sg0o0 sg0o0Broadcloth 1000 1000Broadcloth 1000BroadclothCapes
Broadcloth BroadclothCapes Capes sold up to X 18 5500 500 5 OO and 875 875Black 875BlackRajah 75 75Black
Black BlackRajah Rajah Long Coats sold up to X35 25 a S4000 S4000Serge 1000 1000Serge 1000Serge
Serge Long Coats C > ats sold up to 25 v S7 750 50 and nd S10oo S10ooWa 1000 1000Waist 1000W
Waist W Wa aH5t ° Departnmeiniit DepartnmeiniitMussed Dlps eD ° l rlmeID1 RitlG11 841tMussed t tM
Mussed M ssed Lingerie sold up to 250 2 o > > > 89c 89cTailored 8 89cTailored C CTaIlored t
Tailored Styles sold up to p135 125 12 > 75c 75cLacetrimmed 7scLacetrimmed 7CLacetrimmed
Lacetrimmed Batiste sold up to 300 129 129Fine
Fine F neNet Net Lingerie etc sold soI up to 10 395 395Silk 9 9SIlk t
Silk Petticoats sold up to 8 295 295An 2 > 1 1Any
Any An ThY Pure Linen oj Imported Rep R Tub Skirt sold up fb to
800 now S250 S250r 250 O
t tJ tC tc tt
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t t r < 200 Smart Fall Suits SuitsBlack Suitsr
r > < Black and Navy Serge at 1800 1800Exclusive 1800l 1800Exclusive 0
l fJ fJxcluslve c cSeason
Exclusive Mannish Fabrics at l9 l9Season 197 197Season i975 > <
Season Price Will ViII Be 2800 i

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