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THE WASHINGTON TIMES > SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1910
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A fashioned herb garden where wherelavender whereveJM1er wherelavender
lavender veJM1er is TOwn in profusion profusionte
is twrain lnrinr H to account In stak staking akinst nCakInit ¬
ing Ckrl Christmas tlMatl Iif dCtz ifts ad engagement engagementpresents eapgfJReDtJresenta egg eggpresents
presents aad bridg b 1dgo arize nrizThe nr1zeThe arizeThe
The fragrance tra fra asaee e of her srrandtnothefs srrandtnothefsed randmothersbed
bed > ed linen suggested ested tie idea When Whenquestioned Whenqueatiened Whengu
questioned gu tloned the old lady displayed d with withlrido withrIde withride
lrido rIde her sets of lavender baits scattered scatteredthrough scatteredtbroD scatteredthrough
through tbroD 1I her carved mahogany ma y chest chesttucked mesttucked chesttucked
tucked iato nwea hureast drawers and laid on onth 011th optl
l the th ahelvo shelves elfIS > s of closets closetsSome doseSome closetsSome
Some of those seta set had DeeD made madeyears JDadeyes madeaesrws
years yes ago occasionally < replied and the thecmbrniderj Uteembrnldeo theembrn
embrn cmbrniderj derv of thorn was so fascinating fascinatingthatthe fa8chw1t1nfthat faecitaetiebthat
thatthe that the sirl iri is copytes them for the thenxxlern tMInOflern themodern
modern chest of her e eDga s eri d friend friendThere trtenLThere friendThere
There are sqjares sq + ares of fine white bke can canvas eaaVas caavas ¬
vas fllled ft with a crosastftch etoe sdtch back backcrouna Hckl beckground
round l of sale blue on It worked wor e a amedallion amsdaJlInft amedallion
medallion of tbw pink ronobuds r andmen and andRreen aDden
men en leaves with an initial of the bride brideIn 1 ddIn brideIn
In the center centerMany centerMany centerMany
Many Designs DesignsFor 1esignsFor DesignsFor
For Cross Stitching StitchingDesigns Stitc1 StitchingTeslgns ng ngDesigns
Designs for similar squares Ie can be befound befound befound
found from from tM books on cross siiteWi uefitt CdIiag CdIiagIf ties tiesIf g gIf
If one dtN dyes s not wish to put in R back backsroond NekJUOund beckground
ground use a closer c woven light t tnd eeavasacid canvas canvasarid
arid nd crossstlch c stkh wreaths and borders bordersThe MrdecsThe bordersThe
The bag proper te made of stout mus muslin muslin muslin ¬
lin and the lavender sewed firmly in H HDo It ItDo hDo
Do not stuff any of the bags tee tight tightlinen tI tIas tightas
as they are more fragrant when fiatAs flat flatAs
As bags which are to be used III the thelinen thelinen
linen chest must be kept dean as well wellas wetlas weltas
as sweet it te sensible bIe to make covers coversthat eoersthat coversthat
that button on and can go o frequently frequentlyinto freqaeBtyinto fregsentiyinto
into the washtub washtubOdds W1ahtubodds washtubOddi
Odds and ends flft nd < k of ftn fine or sheer linen linensprigged llDellJjrlgged linessprigged
sprigged lawns pink and blue madras madrascan ma4rascan madrascan
can be used for th the bags which should shouldrv
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Sunday Sopt September = bee 25 191O 191OKind 1910Find
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Kind stances and b beM beMOR beniga benigae nipt niptOn
On OM home BOB clrc circle aWse aWsea aeTHE e
1 THE HE last quarter of the MOOR fan In InCODAgwatlon ina
a configuration of planets that is isread isread isread
read under astrological rules to make makefor Jllkeor caketor
for or iaauences on the t e body of the earth earthprovocative earthproO earthprovoCatie
provocative proO atl of volcanic disturbances dt or orof orr orof I
of r earthquake The greatest eatest power of ofand ofthe ofthe
the heavenly bodies win fall OR the lams lamsand sand
and countries along 156 west longitude longitudeFor IoDgltU4leFor longitudeFor
For today th the influences Inft are greatly greatlyin
in favor of the home benefiting beeefitl allentertainments all allentertainments allentertalnments
entertainments celebrations < family familygatherings familygatherings familygatherings
gatherings reunions and meetings be between be between between ¬
tween relatives and old friends friendsVenus rrieDdsVenus friendsVenus
Venus and Jupiter Jul tel are In a mutual mutualposition JOut1l1position mutualposition
position that always has been held by byastrology Dyastrology byastrology
astrology to be highly favorable for forlovers tOIoversl forlovers
lovers oversl courtships and weddings There Thereis ThereIs3
is Is3 A sign of great prosperity plOSp Iky < for coupleswho couples coupleswho coupIMwho
who begin married life m this period periodThere periodTbere periodThere
There te aJeo a sign Indicating thatdomestic that thatdomestic tatdomestic
domestic troubles caused by b money moneymatters moneymatters moneymatters
matters can be bettered today by mutual mutualgoodwill mutualgoodwUl mutualgoodwill
goodwill and effort effortThe etrortThe effortThe
The Sun rules fortunately today for forgenerosity forgenerosity forgenerosity
generosity benevolence kindness kindnessphilanthropy kiednesephilanthropy 6 6philanthropy
philanthropy and deeds of friendebipThere friendship friendshipThere friendslliplhere
There te a malign sign over any ef effort etrt effort ¬
fort rt to deceive or overreach eV8lrN h others er erto ero orto
to o tyrannise IC over these who are arewealcer areweaker areweaker
weaker weakerA
A fortunate tortu ate planet rules writing and andgoverns andgoverns
governs wellf Wellr well for r aU U mental er 1 manual atanttalundertakings Jltanttellin manualundertakings J
undertakings lin ertaking that require req re wit inge ingenuity iBgenulty lagenulty ¬
nulty or dexterity dexterityMars dexterityMars dexterityMars
Mars rules rul favorably for the 111 in inspiring insprtns inspiring ¬
spiring th the brains and eyes of doctors doctorsand doctorsaDd doctorsand
and surgeons with keenness keennessThere keeanesaThere keennessThere
There is an omen of quarrel between betweenmany betw betweenmany R Rmany
many persons rsons In great eat gatherings gatheringsand tberi tberiand
and a menace against disputes dl putes with withstrangers withstrangers
strangers 2 also 180 against handling handlingweapons haa4llinweaponS handliagweapons
weapons or vehicles carelessly carelesslyThe c cThe
The T e sign Ign Is good for ministers ministersteachers ministersteachers ministersteachers
teachers lecturers and speakers speakersThere speakersThere speakersThere
There is i a good sign over those wh whwear w wwear who whowear
wear uniforms uniformsPersons unltormsPerS uniformsPersons
Persons PerS ns whose birth date this is are areunder areunder areunder
under the rule of aspects that are arefceld areheld areheld
held to spend their best t power on onthose onthose
those who aim to retain their enthu enthusiasm enthuslaslJl enthuslasrn ¬
siasm and freshness of idea white at atthe atthe
the same time cultivating solidity aDd aDdstrength andstrength ad adstrength I
strength of character characterChildren characterChildren characterChildren
Children are born under aspects aapeetspromising aspectspromising
promising D a cheerfulness and courage courageNEW eouraajeNEW
Seou SeouARE I
NEW OUTING HATS HATSARE HATSARE
ARE QUITE MODISH MODISHSalient
Salient features of f outing hats are aretheir aretheir aretheir
their seneiMe t simplicity simpl etty their modish modishlines modtsBlines modishiines
lines and their unusual unu ual materials materialsSome materialsSome materialsSome
Some are of leather simply trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith 1R 21 21with
with a band Del a buckle Suede pat patent patent ¬
ent leather and stitched kid are among amongthe aJBOR aJBORthe amongthe >
the newest models modelsTweed JJMHIeisTweed modelsTweed
Tweed bats faced with chaMOis are areextr areextr2nrely
extr extrm1e1y nielT attractive A wtng of cha1 cha1xnois cha chamois ebamole I
mole cieverly made of folds would de deceive de deceie deceive ¬
ceive any an casual onlooker These folds foldsare foldsare ok16are
are In the crossed herringbone style styleand styleand styleand
and are attached to a nat wire under underneath underneath erneath ¬
neath
lULIB aad Johnnie ie BasaytaM BasaytaMwere B Bnshtytaiiwere
BILLIB were jamafcig a about owt t front fr sitytaKl tree treeto treeto treeto
to tree They c could rtd de thiS q quite quiteW81J quitewell itei iteiwU
wU since Ora Grattdp di a Wghtfeot Wghtfeotbad t i
bad taught t them aad they taerjoyed eR eRI ORjoved I
joyed doing itLets it it i iLets j jLets
Lets take i nice long trip through tk threubhtine n nti j jthe
the ti woods suggested ed Jeanaie te t hisbrother his1 his1Irotber his hislrQtber
brother I ImoW know a place w iwfcere ore there thereire t erer
ire r re lots of acorns Its i ja a hoHbw hoHbwstump hoII hoIIstump hoHbwstump
stump I saw them yesterday yesterdayPooh yesteIM7Pooh yesterdayPooh
Pooh those are wormy acorns replied re replied reI reIplied ¬
plied BiBle I saw a woodpecker bird birdget birdbide birdhide
bide them there so the Wn 6get would wouldget
get In them They are JHt e good for f fG as asWhat nsWhat I
G What did the woodpecker do tJtatr that thatlor
lor f r asked Johnnie JohnnieBecause JohnnieecaHM JohnnieDecam
Because he likes II worms better than thanruts thaaT thanruts
ruts T tIts But I dont mind going with you youMaybe youMaybe
Maybe Iay well find some more Christmas Christmasnuts Cbristmasnttfl Christmasnuts
nuts They were e hue naeShall ft1tfShall hueShalt
Shall we ask Jennie inquired inquiredJohnnie inq InquiredJobnnle ired iredJobnnie
Johnnie JohnnieKO JobnnieSO JobnnleNo
KO let JetSO run off by ourselves Wedont We vtedont Wedont
dont want a girl with usSo us usSo 118So
So the little boy squirrels started off offwithoutthe otwithout offwwithouttoo
without wwithouttoo wwithouttoobed withoutthe tbt bedl little l l orphan chipmunk ch unk and andit andit andiT
iT it was too bed that they did so far it itJennie ifnnle itennie
Jennie nnle h l1a 4 be been along somehing thatdid that thatdid thatld
did ld happen happenadght might not have happened happenedBut h ened enedBut
But that at Is always the way i in n this tblsworld tJllsWorld thisworld
world Isnt it to children childrenWell ch drenIt
Well t ell It Johnnie and Billie jumped along
through the trees for quite a distance distanceand taDceand distanceand
and Johnnie showed BIllIe where the theacorns theiorns theacorns
acorns W were PC in the hollow w stamp
001 I tof toW yo you 5 they were wormy said seidomle j
Ilillie Billie after ter tasting onev one i
v
be about eight ht inches square or eight eightby eJglItby eightby
by six For the babys wardrobe ward = obe four fourinch rrinch one oneinch
inch bags are daintier daintierTTaTiflirArchipfs daJRtierH dalntlerHandkerchief
Handkerchief H n kercl dS dSFascinating MakeFascinating Make MakeFascinating
Fascinating Bag g Covers CoversHandkerchiefs Cove CoveHandkercblefs CoversHandkerchiefs
Handkerchiefs with colored borders bordersmake bordersmake bordersmake
make fascinating severs C8V for lavender lavenderbags JavelNlerbags lavenderbags
bags Fold like an envelope e bringing bringingthe 1 bringingthe tPg
the three points together and overhand overhandIng oerhaneiing overhandleg
Ing edges neatly Provide the point of ofnap Cftap offlap
nap with a buttonhole or loop and put puta
a small lace button on clasp
When intended for a gift the mono monogram monogram monogram ¬
I gram or initials can be worked across acrosspoint acrosspoint s spoiat
point of nap A square uar of linen JiRener JiRenerJa or orlawn orlawn
lawn Ja wa can be hemmed all around and andmade andmade
I made ma Into an envelope in the same sameway 8MeW2J sameway
way Briar stitching > or chain stitchingthese stitching stitchingthese Mltcbl
these hems in colored mercerised m rcemed cotton cot cotton cottOft ¬
I ton and working initials to the same samegive StURegie samegive
give a dainty finish teishAnother IehADOUter finishAnother
Another treatment of the handker handkerchief haJMIkercldet handkerchief ¬
chief te to turn It ever from diagonal diagonalpoints dlaScmalnnIata
points te make a trianele These canolttched can canbe
be bondstitched olttched together In easily rip ripped ripped ¬
ped stitches or eyelets worked opposite oppositewith oppositetae oppositeeach
tae other on the tour aides aDd lace Jacewith lacewith
with baby ribbon tied at the pointThe pointThe point pointThe
The filled bag for one of these t trian triangles Ragles triangles ¬
gles may mayhave y have to tlightly be lightly quitted to tocap
keep cap the lavender tnOer in inA place placeI placeA
I A dainty effect can be had by mkfng mkfnga JRk JRka
a square with the inner part of sheer sheerwhite sheerwbite sheerwhite
white material Joined by 1 y narrow Ja JadI lace lacebeading race racebeading
beading dI to a colored h hem m or the center centercan CE11t centercan r rcan
can be in color and the hem white or orfigured orfigured r rJiKured
figured Ice through the beading beadl withnarrow with withnarrow fl lth lthnarrow
narrow ribbon to match the eenter venterRound eenterRound
Round or oval dollies of sheer linen linencan linencan linencan
can have eyelets ey worked hi them about abouta
a half inch front scallop lAce two to toi t tetbe together >
gether etbe for COe covering ag of a JR lavender Y ender begA bag bagA
i A dozen will ill make a set of six a good goodnumber goodnumber ood oodnumber
number to give giveEmbroidered gh giveEmbroidered e
Embroidered Initials InitialsGive InitialsGie InitialsGive
Give Individual Touch Toachgive T01KAWhen TouchWhen
When jnt intended A8 a gift It s 3 11Ief to toIe togive
give Ie the individual touch ay eraareider eraareiderCAREFUL embreiderBRASS ntl481BRASS
BRASS BED NEEDS NEEDSCAREFUL NEEDSCAREFULCLEANING
CAREFUL CAREFULCLEANING CAREFULCLEANINGChamois GLEANING CLEftlPChamois
Chamois Leather L ather Should Bet Be BeUsed BeUsed
Used to PolishMetal Polish PolishMetal PolishMetaL
t
Metal MetalLaoBMared MetaLi MetalLacquered
Lacquered M brass needs care an and at attention attention ¬
tention K it is te t test long g and leek nice niceIt JdceIt niceIt
It should s never be touched with a adamp adamp adamp
damp doth but in damp weather the thebrass the1JraH thebrass
brass should be frequently freque tly rubbed with witha
a chamois leather or a dry duster dusterDamp du dusterDamp tp tpDamp =
Damp destroys the lacquer more morequickly morequickly morequickly
quickly than anything anytlt Painting ordinary ordi ordinary ordtnary ¬
nary braes ever er with a selutien ef sfeel shellac sfeelfrom sitelac
ac after eleCDIAg cleaning helps toe prevent t it itfrom itfrom
from tarnishing But it aIM gives K es it a aslightly at1tly aslightly
slightly t1tly darker tint than freshly ltty 1 peiten peitened > egsit egsited
ed brass should have 1Ia ve and so many manyWhn ma mapeople manypeople
people do not cafe to see seeWhen
When glased 1a tiles become b dieceiered dieceieredor
I
or spotted tted they should be rubbed with wtUtelMlt a acieih acloth
cloth moistened with lewea jaice left leftaad JettfOr leftfor
fOr 3 quarter Of an Mk and polished polishedwith penshedwKh petisft J
WIth a soft clothTies cloth ctothTiles OLTiles
Tiles jsaouid never ever be washed wasltetllR in the theordinary theordinary
ordinary Mttiaary way Nt s t rubbed r1I with wit a damp daatpdoth dt pcloth dampcloth I
cloth and then polished with sMmmak sMmmaknd 8k skimmilkand MJRilk MJRilkaM
aM nd water A rag just > st moiotoned with wichparaffin widaparafftn withparaffin
paraffin also gives a brilliant polish peiieiibut 8UstIbut polishbut
but the ttfes U should be well rubbed with wHha
a clean soft doth alter afterRemember alterKfllMlliter alterRemember
Remember that MUt parafftn s very ht inflammable htnaawnaWe htftalMDbIe
flammable and must lOt a t b 4 4a need near aeara
a li Jt tt t or fire fireI
1 I converted MIRe ef My cards into intoa to toa
a vary pretty and useful u aateefcer forthe for forthe fertM
the washstand says a country reader readerI r I
I Bought a square of canvas card canI4HMtld cardboard
board 4 > oard will do equally well wdl pasted tae thepostcards taepostcards Utepo i
postcards po on to H It and varnished themall them thoprtall t eIRaJl
all lightly over The spiasner can bewashed be bewashed bewa
washed and gives quite a touch ofcolor of ofcolor ofcolor
color to my room roomThe roomThe llLTIle
i
The following te an excellent t polish polishfor poliekfor HJIikfor
for old oak Nix together two ounces ouncesof eaDCeSof ouncesof
of belled nneeed oil three ounces ef ofturpentine efturpentine orturpentine
turpentine one ounce ef vinegar and anda aMqrter
a quarter ef a pint ef atethylated spirit spiritRBb spiritI spiritRub I
Rub R b a little of this well into the oakand oak oakand okand i
and polish with a soft cloth Old carved carvedoak carvedoak I
oak that looks very dusty should be bebrushed bebnI8bed bebrushed
brushed with hot beer aDd allowed to tothoroughly tothoroughly +
thoroughly dry before the polish Is ap applied appIj apFOR tol ¬
plied pIjFOR 1
FOR AFTERNOON WEAR WEARFor WEARFor
For afternoon meaoaline lIne satin taf taffeta taffeta taffeta ¬
feta broadcloth cashmere and vel velvet velvet velvet ¬ i
vet are all in favor The usual trim trimmings trlmmtBg5 trimmings ¬
mings are hand embroidery lace laceUral lacelral lacebras
Ural and oriental appliques > Some dome me ef ofthese efthese etthese
these afterno afternoon < n frocks have haT a collarless cellar cellarless cellarless
less neck and thre threequarter < tuarter sleeves i
Maybe there are some at the Bottom 1H ttoMof Bottomof
of the stump which are not saW John Johnnie JOUlDie Johnale ¬
Die Ill took tookSo lookSo
So he began throwing out the acorns acornsuntil acornsuntil
until he had due all the way te t thebottom the thebotom OReotOIR
bottom and there sure enough eao S were weresome werecome
some good nuts that the t e worms hadnot had hadnot hadDOt
not yet T reached reachedGoody reachedGoody
Goody exclaimed e > Billie Now we wewill wewl1 wewill
will have a feast feastSo feastSo
So the Ittte squirrels carried off as asmany asmaay asmany
many of the acorns as th they y could co kl andtook and andtook
took them up Into a tall tree to eatthem eat eatthem eatthem
them as it was safer there than stay staying ¬
ing on the ground groundAll groundAll staYI
All at once as Billie was eating e hisfifth his hisnfth
fifth nut he looked down and saw a abig abI abig
bI big creature asleep p under the tree treeOh tretOh treeOh >
Oh look cried Billie to his brother brotherWhats brotherWhats I
Whats th tlPt t down thereJohnnie there thereJohnnie thereJoIaBnle
Johnnie took a look and said Thats Thatsa
a man I know because I heard grandpa grandpatelling graDdPflI
telling about hem He Is asleep Dont Dontwake Dontwake
wake ke him up or h M > may shoot usWhy us usWhy
WB Why not asked Billie I never neversaw neverSAW neversaw
saw a man awake and Id like to see seeone seeone seeone I
one Im gong to wake him up
Youd better not JIOt warned his hisBrother hisether hisbrother
Brother BrotherI ether etherI
I am going Ing to insisted BIllie I Iam 1am Iam
am going to play a trick on him I am amgoing amgoing amgoing
going to t drop an acorn en his nose
Then he got out on a lime right over overwhere ov overwhere r rwhere
where the man was sleeping and anddropped anddro anddropped
dropped dro down a nut It struck the theman tbemaa thewoke
man right on the end ef his nose and andhe amhe andhe
he w woke wokeright up just as quick as a winkIf wink winkif
if net quicker quicker13a quicker quickerHa quickerBa
Ha ha laughed Be DIY of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course the man did net understand understandsquirrel wR understandsquirrel erstand erstandsquirrel
squirrel laughter laughteri JaugbtelThe laughterThe
i The man sat up and he looked lip lipI p
I
leg initials Do not make the mistake mistakeef
I io ef putting too much embroidery on these thesecovers theteeevers thesecovers
covers They should be kept kcptdeUcate kcptdeUcateJooIdDg delicate delicatelooking delicatelooking
looking JooIdDgTo lookingTo i iTo
To givi gl giv variety to a set of dolly doll or orhandkerchief orhaadkerbieC orhandkorcbtef
handkerchief bags tie every two of them themI
I I with a different color and work the ini iniItiate inlI mltints
I Itiate HaM to match matchI
I A bag that is intended to hang ban In a aI aI acloset
closet should have loops of ribbon ribbontacked rUtoontacked ribbontacked
I tacked to each end to fasten to hooks hooksWhere eeJsWhere hooksWhere
Where the bag is large and likely tk ly lyI w wget to toget
I get out of shape the under part should shouldI shouldbe
I be quilted or can have feather boning elri hoeingstitched g gJst1tcb
I
I stitched Jst1tcb d to one edge edgeTinv edgeTIRV edgeTinv
Tinv lavender sags made tram sheer sheerhandkerchief IIearbalHikerchlet sheerhandkerchief
handkerchief linen cut cu heartshaped heartshapedsad
sad worked with a wreath of forget forgetmenors forgetmeDOO forgetmenets
menors pale pa Ie blue blu are lovely for the thebaby thebaby
baby tro tr iseeau cut Cut ut two heartshaped heartshapedpieces heart heartshapedpieces haJed haJedIIeces
pieces ot any desiredt size Buttonhole Buttonholethe
the edge with pale blue bl e and work the thewreath thewreath thewreath
wreath on one heart only Small eye eyelets eYeJets eyelets ¬
lets in pale blue should be placed in inboth Inboth
both hearts so they th Y come opposite oppositeLace OPIH J5ttc
Lace with blue ribbon ribbonRibbon ribbonRibbon
Ribbon Remnants RemnantsOr
Or Brocades UsefulWhere Useful UsefulWhere UsefuLWhere
Where the giver docs net care abs sheet t tthe
the later cleanliness of th4 th < bags they thercan theycan
can be e made up ir i squares or o oblcngs oblcngsfrom obIclgsfront oblcngsfrom
from pieces of brocade colored silks or orgame oce orgauze
game e tissues Most patch bags con contain conlain ¬
taUt remnants of new ribbons that an answer a a8Wer aawer ¬
swer nicely There is no n obligatory size sizefor sizefOC sizefo
fo for the ba sbags bags A pretty pret set would be betwo beo
two o bags g s of f blue two of pale yellow yellowaad yellowand yellowand
and two of vfolet vfoleti TfoletIt
i If you are not lucky enough to be beaWe beaIJIe beaide
aWe t to get et lavender fresh from the thegarriea thepIft thegarden
garden pIft Q buy Itu it at a reliable drug store storewnere storewnere storewhere
wnere you are sure to get the loose loosenewer looseftowert looseflowers
newer flowers Do not buy compressed cakes cakesof cakesoC cakesof
of dried flowers so often offered for forsale forsale I
sale by street tre t venders It is cheaper to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy by 8 the > pound than in the small bag bagof b8ggof bagsof
of lavender sold In many department departmentscores departmcntstores departmentstorm
scores storme
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j e REFORM REFORMBy i
I By Ells E1I i Wheeler Wilcox WilcoxCepyrtshr r tCepyrigh rCepYlth
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Cepyrtshr Isle 19Mi 19HUQh Isleye
UQh < i ve n men en who orate > rate of collegeA college collegeAnd
And A of books o ks as doors to hope hopeGo hopeGo
Go G and train the living 1Ilu = knowledge
Wnere the toiling t6i11n people grope grapeLike gropeLike
Like the plants in shadowy places placesThey placesThey placesThey
They are needing sun to bloom bloomThey bloemThe bloomThey
They The are hungering for lifes graces gracesThey gracesThey
They The are wanting light and room roomOIre roomi room3lre
OIre i e th them m something more of pieasarreThan pleasure pleasureThan
Than tP ten million dollar tomes toroegGve tomesGrte tomesGtve
Gve them work wo k and give gi them leisure leisureQtve lei ureGiIYe leisure3ive
Qtve item clubs and give them homes homesOpen 1Io1lIesOPfR homesOpen
Open wide the doors of beauty beautyAnd beiUKyAn4 beautyInd
And invite the people inAnd in inAnd inAnd
And youll find the paths S ef duty dutyBetter dutyBetter utY utYBetter
Better filled rn than paths of sin sinOh siD1h sinh
Oh h I cannot t s sit it debating debatingOn debaUnn debatingOn
On n the lanes IHujO > 5 of a cre c cVltn creed creedWitn d dVitn
Vitn the mighty work thats waKIng waKIngAnd waitingAnd
And the worlds tremendous needAnd need needAnd ne neAnd
And the cold and costly steeple steepleBrings ste steepleBrings e eBriBlt
Brings no pennies from mv purse purseWhile puneWhlk purseWhile
While > the people people pte people peopleGroan 1eepleGIOAn peopleGroan
Groan beneath oppressions curse curseWhile cu curseWhile e evhllf
While the tenements are reeking reekingWith reeklaTltb reekingwith
With Tltb the strivinc toiling poorDo poor poorDo poorLo
Do not Jl t send your churchmen JRPn seeking seekingHeitt seektltgHel seekinglick
lick Hel i > > + r heathens b hen5 to my door doorL doorLft doorLet
L Let t them go where hern sin In carouse carouseOr carousesOr r rOr
Or vb Y re e seething ee lnJ sweatshops sweaL i Ops stand standLet staJldLet standLet
Let them seek the 9haucltter 4ausd dater ter houses housesOf houseSOf housesOf
Of the children of o our ourTne tend tendTrue faradTrue
True reform has he one beginning boginntagThe beginningThe beinntgAte
The rteht band of o bretherhaed bretherhaedWould br bretber bretberOYl therh d dWould
OYl Would Uld yrtt yr i help men out of sinninar sinninarVourti stnningYou sinntngWouu
Vourti You YOU lead l ad them t ctt Into IntoWovid good goodWowld goodWould
Would ym teach that Christ has risen rteenProve riHn7Proe risenProve
Prove It by your deeds d of worth worthIf
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Beauty of the homes of earth earthPRICE 4 earthPRICE rt1 rt1PRICE
PRICE OF CHICKEN CHICKENDROPS CHICKENDROPS CHICKENDROPS
DROPS TWO CENTS CENTSHens CENTSlens CENTSHens
Hens May Bring B ng Higher Prices PricesThan PricesThan PricesThan
Than Springs SpringsProduce SpringsProduceAttractive SpringsProduceAttractive Produce
Attractive AttractiveQuotations AttractiveQuotatiGns AttractiveQuotations
Quotations on spring chicken the thele theleading i ileading
leading le feature of the poultry market markettoday markettIo4Iay markettoday
today show a decline of from 1 te tents 2 tcents
cents > nts a a pound since Saturday Eight Eighteen Ellhteen Eighteen ¬
een and 19 cents were the prevailing prevailingprices prev prevailingprices l1ing l1ingemes
prices during the latter part of last lastweek lastweek j jw
weekHens w week weekHens ek
Hens are IS cents and indications indicationstOInt Indicationspoint
point to higher prices Owing to the thescarcity therclty thescarcity
scarcity rclty of eggs it I t is predicted that thathens thatIt thathens
hens It ns will bring better prices than thanspring thanspring thanspring
spring chickens next week Roosters ROGstersare
are selling for 10 cents a pound ducks ducksfrom ducksfrom ducksfrom
from 13 1 to 14 and turkey 22 2 cents centsOUJtd a apound apound
pound poundEggs OUJtdEggs
Eggs still remain high 28 cents centsmarking centsmarking centsmarking
marking the bottom price for nearby nearbyVirginias nearbyVirginias
Virginias Southern South rn eggs are bring bringing brlngInE bringlug ¬
lug 1 and 2 cents less a dozeR and andWestern aR4le andWestern
Western e tera a a cent less than Southern SouthernThe SoutRernTne SouthernThe
The produce market Is still attractive attrac attractive attractlTe ¬
tive and prices remain substantially substantiallythe
the same
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the trees but he could not see seethe seethe seethe
the little squirrels Then Billie who whowas whowas Tho Thowas
was a mischievous little chap dropped droppedanother droppedaaother droppedanother
another acorn It hit the man on thehead the thehead thehead
head and bounced off just like a rub rubber ruGber rubber ¬
ber ball ballI
I am a fine shot said Billie to
Johnnie JohnnieYou rolmnieYou JohnnieYou
You had better be careful warned
his brother 001 I think theman the man is angry
He may shoot us usHe 1J 1JHe usHe
He has no gun said Billie which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was true enough I am going to drop
another nut nutYou nutYou nutYou
You had better not not ynJa Johnnie
But Billie did He got farther out on
the limb and dropped an acorn down downand downaDd downand
and aDd as the man happened to be looking
up with his mouth open the nut went wentright wentright
right Into it It and he choked and andsneezed andsneezed andsneezed
sneezed and coughed and had a dread ¬
ful time ineed before he got the nut nutout nutout nutout
out of lus mouth All this while Billie Billiewas Billiewas Billiewas
was laughing so that his bushy tail tailshook tailshook
shook to the very ery tip Then all at atOBce ato atonce
once o ce the man saw the he squirrels and andoh andoh
oh how angry he was He took up
some stones and threw them at Billie
and Johnnie though Johnnie had done
S nothing ° H And n 2e one of the stones hit Bit
lie 1I on the left hind paw and nd made him himi
lame Then the two
little squirrels
i v nine avjuirrets avjuirretsre
w were re very much frightened and drop
pins all their acorns that pattered
down on the leaves like rain they ran ranIs
home to the nest nest the man throwing
stones at them as tar as he could see
them So that Is the trick Billie Billiehappens
tlshytal1 BB Yiafl played and next time
providing nothing happens ha hameantime in theJohn the theJolm
meantime you shaH hear er about ab0Ll us John I
sic and the tame squirrel squirrelt
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Costof Cost of This Garment in inOne inOne t tOne
One Material MaterialThe
V The following rl wing materials mat rla1s are requir required required ¬
ed for size 36
2 yards cotton CottOff cheviot ch lot 27 27inches IincR6s i iInches
inches w wile de e at 25c J460 60
6 colored bone ben buttons 25c 25cdozen ScdozeR 26edozen
dozen jg jgLaae KLaue idLace
Lace trimmed mull jabot J50 J50Total 5IJTetal 50Total
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TT IT I T is a happy thought that the new fall fallfashloas fallfasbloas
fashions not only admit of but ent entphaftee enallalze entphuedse
phaftee the necessity nec kv for he separate separatesnirt separateshirt pacatesItIrt
shirt waist t which will w I vie Ie with the cos costume coswme costume ¬
tume Mouse In popularity Women Womeneverywherre Womeneverywhere lomeaeerywharc
everywhere T will i be glad Jad to learn that thatthis tltatthis thatthis
this separate 3 rUe waist w 1 will to some ex ext extttn extent
tent t tttn ntr supplant StlJH 4Ant the Mouse made ef or thesame the thesame Uteme
same materials s or material Firanar in inolor InGlor inolor
olor to the t e suit It though thatleURe that special specialbtottfie specialblouse
blouse ten wilt be largely I ely worn br b the thesmart thesmart thesmart
smart werann WftJRStRThe wwojugnThe werannI
I The shirt waIst pattern I am giving givingyou givingyou
you today ls s one which no woman can canwelt caawell canwell
well afford to be without In her au autumn a autumn ¬
tumn a ad d wintasr win r wardrobe she will reed aeedone reedone eed eedone
one or more of these separate waistswhich waists waistswhich
which may be utilized for wear with withbest withhest
best second 5 best or everydav suit suitThe suitThe suitThe
The medet rfven here ia distinctive distinctivethat dls nctive tn tnIt
that it is made with a front and under underarm underarm erarm
arm section se < UoR cut as one piece bringing bringingthe
the seam at the side bade instead eC eCthE ofthe C CI
I the > direct iinderarm under arns as In the theSblrt regular regularsitlrt regularshirt
shirt waist wa t It has s two sleeves a plain plaini plaJnUl plaintight
i tight Ul t sleeve eeve and a regulation rcJi1 shirt waist waistse wajasleeve cJ5t
se sleeve ve gathered thetd Into a cuff < utr and flavins
the regular lIIar ooenins o nin at the back It Is teopened isopened
opened In the front under t a boxplait boxplaitand boxplaitan4 boxpiaitand
and Is suitable for f + r almost anv material materialFronch materlaltT8RI materialfrost
frost dnshem ana chambray t through rough te
Punch flannei and Ud silk silkIt silkIt silkIt
It is a splendid foundation unatlon on which
C6MMAND COMMANDS FOR F R HUSBANDS HUS 3 NDS jl jlBy i I Ii
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i L By Dorothy Dix DixL 11
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ERMANT has taken over with wltkeathWJfasm withenthusiasm withenthusiasm
GElUIAy G enthusiasm the idea initiated ini initiated Initlated
tiated by the Italian Ita iaa Mar Marriage Martinge tar targe ¬
tinge ge Gazette Gazette desil desilSpozi dediSpozi degtlSpozi
Spozi which hleh gives rules for a happy happymarried happymarried happymarried
married life and there is now pub published pubIihed published ¬
lished a Gorman edition of o the Ten TeaCommandments TenCommandments TenCommandments
Commandments for Husbands HusbandsIt
It should be explained that these thesetea tbeseeR theseten
tea eR commandments are intended and andtaken an4takeR andtaken
taken seriously by Ia both the Germans Germansand GenaensaDd Germansand
and Italians I and are by no means a ajoke ajoke ajoke
joke jokeThe jokeThe jokeThe
The problems of each nationality nationalityare
are te t a degree different In matrintoay matri matriateny DlfLtrlBY
ateny BY as well as in politics so I beg begto HIto begto
to suggest th the following ten t n oera eetamantiments oeraandments 08DIndments
andments for the American husbands hus husb
b 1 aAcisI ta te
1 Pick out a Ii wife with as much struckcare muchears muc mucc
ears c re as you do a a horse Investi Investigate InestIa InveatlRate ¬
gate a her pedigree and find out ifshe if ifs itsite
site s e is kind gentle ce ge U t1e tractable good goodtempered goodtempered od odtoelRPerea
tempered waling to work in doa doable double doable ¬
ble harness without shying or orbelting orHl orbolting
belting Hl boltingDont ng ngz
2 z r Doat > ont marry until you are areready arere areready
ready re te settle down As long as asyou asVkOU asyou
you want to train with the boys boyskean boyseep oys
keep VkOU eep single n l4L l4L3Doat
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3 3Doat Doat marry until you are able
te make the t e ngerie 1 > waist trimmed trimmedwith trimna trimmedwith d dwith
with insertions and tweksng The ling hngerie lingerie 112 112erie ¬
erie waist Is one that any woman with wttfca
a little ability ab eau make eoe MK of odds oddsand sand oddsand
and and ends of lace zed ad insertions which whichone whIchone whichone
one may have at the horse as ana sr that that ihtBe man raagrbe manbe
be bought se reasonably at a the rem remnant remnant remnant ¬
nant counter counterThe countrT counterThe
The T e I Ladies adias A Hemc Journal pattern pattersrequired patternrequired
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required in the making ef the waist waistmay waIstspay
may be purchased JMKC at t Karm Sons SonsCo snsCo k kCo
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t t FASHION FASHi i fiINTSFORFAii HINTS FOR FALL f i
ITMPLICITT and elegance ele e Are the thekeynotes thekeyJlOtes thekeynotes
STMPLICITY keynotes of the new fabrics for forfail t tfall forcall <
fail wear Chief among am nl them are arevelvet areet arevelvet
velvet et aDd Its stepsister vel velveteen veeeea ve veveteea ¬
veteen veteenThe veteeaThe eeea eeeaTJte
The latest variety In the former iswhat is iswhat iswbat
what is known kDO n as mousseline velvet velvetwhich yelyetwhich velvetwhich
which is of a weight similar s to chlffen chitfenvelvet chlffenvelvet I
velvet but t with the pile less closely closeiyaneareu clOset1 closelyshearer
shearer eere < These fabrics are nearly aH aHin aNin allin
in plain colors c 1ors such as black and navy navyblue RaTYi RaTYiWue navyblue
blue but some novelties are shown such suchas suchas i iIS
as changeable velvets of black woven wovenwith woenwith wovenwith
with a color Brocaded Br caded velvets stamped stampedand stampedmd stampedand
and embossed patterns hollowcut cords cordsand cord3ADd cordsand
and corduroys and an imitation of the thehairline theftairUne thehairline
hairline stripe en serge will also be used usedin usedIn usedin
in the fall gowns gownsAmong g01JISAmong gownsAmong
Among woolen materials first place placemust pIacemDSt placemust
must be given to the new material materialknown materialknown materialknown
known as ratine This is a fabric with witha
a soft semirough surface broken by bylittle bYlittle bylittle
little loose J knots A wool fabric printed printedIK
IK cashmere patterns and having a vel velvety yelvet velvety ¬
vety surface is also popular though as asyet agyet asyet
yet unnamed unnamedSatin unuamedSatin unnamedSatin
Satin in black and navy blue is worn wornmore wornmore wornmore
more than ever and Is used for suits suitsand suitsaDd suitsand
and street wraps as it has not been for forvears foryears foryears
years For this purpose the new cloth clothback cJothback clothback
back satin is used being more durable durableand durableand durableand
and warmer rmer than the usual variety varietyM varietrMvlre varietyMire
M Mire ire taffeta and such transparent transparentgoods trmsparentgoods transparentgoods
goods as chiffon marquisettes and andgauzes andgauzes andgauzes
gauzes are among the favorites favors es especi especially especially especially ¬
ally when WOenwitb woven with metal me woofs of ofdull ofdull ofdull
dull gold silver and steel steelBeading steelBeading steelBeading
Beading continue in favor beaded beadedrings beadedJ beadedBr beadedBrings
Br Brings rings 11gs
J ringsClieer Cheer Clieerto l
to the breakfast breakf st tablePost table tablewith tableI
I Post PostToasties
Toasties Toastieswith
with cream creamCrisp creamCrisp creamCrisp
Crisp golden brown browncrinkly brownII browncrinkly
II crinkly bits made madefrom madefrom madefrom
from white corn cornA cornA cornA
A most appetizing con convenient conv conv
venient v e n i e nt n t pleasurable pleasurablebreakfast pleasurablebreakfast pleasurablebreakfast
breakfast breakfastThe breakfastThe
The Memory Lingers LingersPostum LingersPost
Postum Post um Cereal Co Lingersj Ltd LtdBattle L LBattle Ltd I
Battle Creek Cr k ailch
to support a wife It takas money
to nourish n rle leve at the present pr t price prieeof J rIeeet priceof
of beefsteaks laee teaks
4 Dont shoe away the daeStorktrem daeStorktremyeur stark frets fromsour fretsyour
your heme every me married < rried couple coupleto
to be happy must m have a common contraoninterest commoRlRterNt commonInterest
interest and t are th ra IK kIM ae swell cess coiamon cessmon m mman
mon interest as a baby 1H
i Dont boss er r be b homed The Thebut
Ideal marriage Is not t aa autocracy
but a partnership
6 Settle the financial fi question questionthe
the day you are married Make Makeyour MakeYCMIr MakeYour
your wife a fair allowance and andcompel andcompel andcompel
compel her to keep ke p within It itT
7 7 Give GI e as much time and thought thoughtto
to your wife ac you do to business businessaad 1 businessand
and show as much real heart in interest blte interest ¬
terest te in her as ye yea de in the thestock Ulestock thestock
stock market
8 Make e k a rale te tell your yourare yourwife yourwife
wife at least t once a day T that you youare
are as much M love with her as asyen asyea I
yen were w r when yes t U courted her herand hera herand
and a tSat she gets e8 better looking lookingevery ievery I Ievery
every year of her Iff UfS life
3 See that your wife ha bar plenty plentyef
ef w work rk to de atfaced Is a with I1thplenty withplenty withplenty
plenty of fun it te only o Q idle and andneglected aJKIneglected andneglected
neglected women who have affini affinities atrinlties affinities ¬
ties
18 Sever N er let year etK mother met or oryew orye1lr oryear
yew wifes dfe mother live in yo your yourMUSe yourhouse r rhouse
house Motherlalaw is the bar harbinger barbiager r rblRger ¬
binger of domestic do tIe strife and the thefirst tileArst thefirst
first aid t W divorce
cotton crepe and mar marqafeett Iu gsisetta tt being wen wefithought went wellthought
thought t tc of Daaaasees
aad broccides brocades are arealso areapse
also alseSe seen seenAmong secsAmong B BJDOng
Among regular r saltings serges woven wovenfrera wovenfrem wovenfine
fine both loose aad tight yarns India Indiacashmere ID4Hecashmere Indiacashmere
cashmere te the aid oriental i icotton patterns petternsEOft patternssoft
soft camelhair fabrics 1JIObajrs and 3ndcotton andcotton
cotton voiles are the prime favorites
From all of which there th re Is surely a awide a awide
wide enough choice to s ask R the most fas
tidieus ef wemea
J 1 1 1 1 1i
7 M V7 T 1 F 1
I i Chats uiats With the Puzzlers ruzzlersBy
l I i By Frances F ranc s Carroll Ca olt olti <
jIXCE LX INE = F the close of the Wale con contest CEMIt ¬
S e4 t test at t yesterday afternoon at IDOOII there therahas tbr10as
has been a pleasant aftermath Jtt tR of ofbelated eC1 eC1hel eCbelated
belated hel ed solutions Jut1 ns letterr letter fre trent fremand fremandtelephone Haaa Haaatelephone aM aMtelephone
telephone chats with the tIzzI pao circle circletion circleI
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tion to be even c n considered writes one onemember oaeJIIumber onemember
member of 1 our circle < UlNt but I must con confess contes confoss ¬
fess that I have not no sent in any aJ answer an anwar J Jwer
wer because I was so busy learninsr learnl learnienin learnieninteresting in interesttng 1A1 1A1testJni
teresttng facts about the painters paatfrsn4me3 vboec vboeenames vboecnames
names I succeeded IB atrateatoaintf atrateatoaintfWhen ItIaf atrachsteningWhen JIt5r JIt5rWhen <
When I went w nt to the encyclopedia to toverify toverify I Iverlfy
verify a name I found fO II4l so many Ut things thingsto
to learn that I have spent S t Ute e entire fmtireweek entireweek r reek i
week eek studying art I became so 50ter in interested htterasted ¬
terested ter in the t e painters tat I forgot fOrgdbout forgotabout lJOC
bout l1tou the prizesThat prizes prlzesThat i iThat I
That the jumbled list ef effannous t famous paint paint1erg JMLHtterE paintera
erg has been as liwtrncttvo l vJ as it was wasanwslns wasamusing
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amusing is the consensus of every one onewho onewho I IwIto
who has concerned himself with solving solvingthe solYin solvingthe
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the UHTZie of the weekPlease weekPlease week weekPlease
Please give 118 s another puzzle > nzzl realSeen real realoon realthat
Seen that shall be as stimulating as asthte asthis
this one was requests Eleanor Ieanor I L LG LGreene i iGreene
Greene G l11 and nd the same request has been beenexpressed beeneXJl8 beenexpressed I
expressed eXJl8 by many ethersAmong ethers etherste eUlersAJDOng
Among oUter eemmuDicaUons 1 haveto have Myelto
to acknowledge net a latter or a poem poemor I
or a bright solution bet a huge choco chocolate choeoJ chocolate ¬
late J e cake sent by Mies Margaret Ia ret Campbell Camp Campbell Campj Campjbell ¬
bell who had proven herself clever atother at atother I Iother
other things as we well as puzzle solving solvingWith soIYtDS1 soIYtDS1With solvingWith
With the cake came this note noteMy noteM noteMy
My M Dear Miss Carroll It never neverdawned neYerdawned neverdawned
dawned on me till this cake was com completed c cplettd completed ¬
pleted what an advantage a a cakemaker cakemakerhas
has aver the artists If in the cake cakeline cakeUne cakeline
line one starts out te 8 make a master
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addressed envelope I shall s b be glad togive to togive togi
give gi you the t name of a firm h here r to toA towbich towhich
which yOU can take your broken pgach pgachMwl punenbowl
bowl te be mended It tltt 9w1 qwl i6 rI rIeted riv riveted
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rose alcohol oil of cedar and dw dwtilled d 8 8Ulled
tilled water lute hit wh which h has bassqueeze has b been ben bensqueezed en ensqueezed
squeezed the juice of several lemons lemonsA
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Bureau B u 18 Third street northeast northeastcan he hecan I ICaR
can give you information as to whether whetheryou whetheryou
you could study is this city cityprivate under a aprivate arlvate I
private > instructor instructorTo
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loween party everything from the thecostvmes theoswmes thecostumes
costumes of the guests te the decorations decora decorations ecocatIoas ¬
tions and refreshments must be weird weirdOne weinLOne weirdOne
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the decorations were hi the form of oa oaw8 a awood aweed
wood d ef dead trees and piaes Sev Several SEweral Several ¬
eral of the dead trees were ailed with withsolemn withsolemn withsolemn
solemn looking white staffed paper paperows paperowls papaowls
owls A gypsy presided over a real realgypsy r631gypsy realgypsy
gypsy kettle and told fortunes at the thesame tbesame thesane
same time she served something deli delicioBS delidos delitines
dos ard spicy out oC the kettle Fortunes For Fortunes Fortunes ¬
tunes in every way were told and andreally j jreally IreaDy
really there are so many fortune games j jcide I Ite ito
te be played that the trouble Is to o oride de dedtle
ride which not to play Tea leaves lea leavescards es esds j jcards
cards ds palm reading popcorn chest chestnuts chestnuts chestnuts ¬
nuts apple paring paringIn in fact all these thesegame theseJm thesegames
game could be fortune telling ones onesOne j I
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of weal and wee is to place three turn tumblers i iblers i ibiers
blers on the th table and have the Guestswalk guests uestwalk j jwalk
walk blindfolded br 3 > y and dip the finger
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you must seethem see seethem
them to fully ful y appreciate their worth worthDo I IDo
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or WHATNOT sale UNTIL you have firstvisited first firstvisited
visited the new newFOSTER newFOSTER newFOSTER
FOSTER BUILDING BUILDINGand
and examined these goods
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