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10 THE WASHINGTON rA HIXlTO TIMES 1f31E 3IUXDAT 3IOM T OCTOBER 10 1910 e
j Ideas ldeasofWhatCarneUp ldeasofWhatCarneUpIn of What Came Up UpIn UpIn
In Garden of Amateur AmateurCover AmateurCover 1 1Cover
Cover a Wide Range
KD so > > 0 you Ol were all mighty glad gladto gladto gladto
A to see another pussle pussleI
I dont doubt it after looking lookingover lookln looklnover lookingover < <
over the solution receive to toThings toThings toThIng8
Things Planted By an n Amateur Amat ur Gar Gardener Gardener Gardener7 ¬
dener dener7 bright and early this morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing but the ideas Idea of What Vt Came Up Upas Upas Upa
as a a a result of the curious planting plantinghave plantinghave plantinghave
have differed as broadly brodl as the poles polesMy polesI poleehIy
My hIy I goodness goodn exclaimed one con contestant contltant contctant ¬
testant who insisted this thi morning morningover mornIngocr morningover
over the phone that I give her a 8 help helping helPIng helpIng ¬
ing hand My Iy goodness Miss Mls Carroll Carrollwhat Carrollwhat Carroliwhat
what on earth ever put it into your yourhead yourhad yourhead
head to imagine that anyone would wouldknow wouldknav wouldknow
know what came up from the planting plantingof
of Sorrows Shaft Certainly Certain no good goodthing goodthing goodthing
thing could have come of such a e thing thingWhy thingWhy thingWhy
Why yes I said The sower of ofSorrows otSorros ofSorrows
Sorrows Shaft reaped re ped something somethinggood somethinGgaod somethinggood
good to oat oatWell oatYell oatWeiI
Well I simply cannot get that one onedeclared onedcclared onedeclared
declared the puzzler pu zler in a worried worriedvoice worriedvolco vorrledvoIce
voice and Im a new ne1 member of your yourcircle yourcircle our ourcircle
circle too Miss 15S Carroll she ended endedplaintively endedplain endedplaintively
plaintively plaintivelyNow plain plaintivelyNow tI vely velyKow
Now there isnt a bit of use in being beingdiscouraged beingdh beingdhcuraged
discouraged dh cmraged if you cannot answer answereach answeracla answercacli
each acla of the twentyfour numbers of ofthe otthe orthe
the parden puzzle puz le I doubt seriously seriouslyif
if the most clever of my puzzlers > > can cando cando cando
do that for as I told you ou yesterday yesterdayMiss yesterdaMiss yesterdayMiss
Miss SJye planted a strange company companyof
of plants in this garden and when whenshe whenshe whenthe
she went out to see what the result resultof resultof resultof
of her planting had been she found a astill astill astill
still stranger assembly assemblyNo a88emblyNo assemblyNo
No 11 Just a 8 simple > > lmll little word is isit s sIt sIt
it is has stumped more puzzlers pu zlers JtO JtOfar Mo Mofar 0 0far
far than any other one number numberIf
If I planted 4me me what would come comeup comeup comeup
up asked alfk a bewildered contestant contestantWhy contestantVhy
Why h I just cant see anything that thatmight tha thatmight t tmlght
might come up Me sugests suge sugeatenothing sugeatenothingwhatever ts nothing nothingwhatever nothingwhatevEr
whatever to my m mind mindOne mindJne mindOne
One Jne thing is very certain certainThe certainThe certainThe
The tremendous uncertainty felt feltover teltoer feltover
over so many numbers of the new newpuzzlfe newJuzzlf newpuzzlO
puzzlfe indicates that everybody evoTbod is be bewildered bewildered bewildered ¬
wildered which is encouraging encoura ln to tothose tothose tothose
those who begin to wonder Monday Mondaymorning Mondaymornln Mondaymorning
morning mornln if any anyone one has gotten in an analtogether analtogether annltogether
altogether correct solution yet and andif andIt andIf
if there ther therc will be any an use sending sendingtheirs send sendingtheirs In Inthe
theirs theirsSomebody the theirsSomebody In InSomebody
Somebody called up this morning morningand morningand morningand
and even asked me this thisAnd thisAnd thisAnd
And what did I say sayThat SA SAThat sayThat
That there th r was every use of sending sendingin
in their solution solutionI
I opened one letter this morning morningwhich morningwhich morningwhich
which contained but a a single answer
Daughter dont let mother do it itI ItD itFearing
I D Do > 0 not let her slave and toll toilWhile toll1II1e tollWhIle
While 1II1e you sit a useless idler idlerFearing kllerFearJpg idlerDaughter
Fearing your 9ur soft hands hancl to soil soilDont soiLDoat oil oilD
Dont D ftt you see the heavy burden burdenDally burdennlIy burdenDeity
Dally she he ta wont ont to bear bearBring bearBring bearBring
Bring the lines upon her forehead foreheadSprinkle focoheAdSprinkle foreheadSprinkle
Sprinkle silver In her hair
SUPPLY OF TURNIPS TURNIPSUNUSUALLY TURNIPSUNUSUALLY TURNIPSUNUSUALLY
UNUSUALLY HEAVY HEAVYPlenty REA HEAVYPlenty VY VYPlenty
Plenty of Humble Vegetable Reach ReachMarkets ReachMarkets ReachMarkets
Markets In This ThisWith ThisCity ThisCity
City CityUk Cityw1t
With w1t Uk the passing ng of summer comes comesonce comesonce comesonce
once more the humble hum1 > > e and staid old oldturnip oldturnip
turnip to stay JK until another spring springNo spIl springNo C Co
No o poet t sings its praise prai e or epicurean epicureants
ts delights yet for a 8 sturdy and friend friendly friendly friendly ¬
ly crutch to help a crippled market marketthrough marketthrouch marketthrough
through the winter season n it has but butfiw buttw butftw
fiw equals equalsSmall fqualsSmal1 4qualaSmall
Small consignments began to dribble dribblein
in early last I t week but this morning mornln is isttif isthp
ttif H first day wt they tte have shown hoYon in any mnycuantity anyuantity
cuantity uantlt Prices vary from 36 3 to i icmts 5Celits
cmts a basket baskethlUcht baskethllght
hlUcht advances were w e made all along alongthe J alongthe ong ongthe
the line today in the produce market marketEags marketEggs marketEggs
Eggs and poultry remain the same sameBEADED sameBEADED HM
BEADED TRIMMINGS TRIMMINGSBeaded TRIh11UNGSIkAded TRIMMINGSndnd
Beaded trimmings are the novelties of ofthe orth ofthe
the th season and are masses mae of color colormore colormorf colormnri
more > or less wholly of beads Dead of glass giauwood glasswoo1 u uwol
wood rubber silver ilver gilt copper an1 an1porcelain anlporcelalll aulporcelain
porcelain
Good Form FormJ
J C1 < I Exaggerated Exa < < gerated expressions are arenot arenot arenot
not good form It is not well to say sayI y yI
I am infatuated with her It te bet better better bettel ¬
ter taste to say sa T 1 think she is charm charmIng charmInK charmlug
InK or 0 fascinating Try for your yourself youretr yourtelf ¬
self etr how words aDd sentences M tences sound by byrepeating byTfpeatlng byrpeattng
repeating them aloud and finding the thesense thense thesense
sense nse of them Your ear should become becometrained becomet becometrained
trained t altMd to correct rHt sound so 1M that you youwould youwould youwould
would not say The awfulest tragedy tragedyor trK4d trK4dor
or The awkwardest boy or The loy loyalest loyatest bYalest
alest friend but Would say sa The most mostawful mostawful mostawXul
awful tragedy t ly UThe The most awkward awkwardboy akwardbo
boy bo The most loyal friend 2 Many ManyFrench ManyFrench I IFrench
French words have become Angtlcteed Angtlcteedand AngIICIseLIand 1 1an
and an therefore th fore the final s Is sounded in intheir inthfir Intheir
their plurals pi uralllmasquerades masquerades matinees matineesbouquets matineeebouqletlf matineesbouquets
bouquets restaurants chandeliers en envelopes enc1oHlllo envelopes ¬
velopes velopesFletcheri velopesFletcherism c1oHlllo c1oHllloFletche
Fletcheri Fletche Fletcherism FletcherismMrs m mIrs n nMrs
Mrs Irs T TFlclcltertem Fictcbertem means the t e thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough mastication ma ticatlon of food If your yourhealth yourhealth yourhealth
health Js very poor I advise adI yo you to toconsult toconsult toconsult
consult a physician so o that It may the themore themore themore
more quickly be improved improvedWedding improvedWedding mPIOedWed
Wedding Wed ng Anniversary AnniversaryG
G B BThe The nomenclature of tho wed weddln wedding wedding
dln ding anniversaries varies somewhat in indifferent indifferent
different parts of the country but a apopular apopular apopular
popular and general eneral arrangement is at atfollows atfonowli a afollows
follows followsFirst fonowliF1rst followsFirst
First paper or cotton second some sometimes sometimes orne ornetimes ¬
times cotton third leather fifth ftft wood wooden w99den wooden ¬
en seventh obsolete woolen w09l tenth tenthtin tonlhtin tenthtin
tin fifteenth crystal twentieth sel seldom seldom aoldom ¬
dom used china twentyfifth tent flth silver silverfiftieth silverfiftieth silverfiftieth
fiftieth golden goldenWrite goldenW goldenWrite
Write W te To Clerk ClerkC
C B T TTe To obtain the n name une of the theflrst theflrst thefirst
flrst sheriff of Bedford county cotlnl va it itwould itould itwould
would ould be necessary to write the clerk clerkI erk erkf
f J I
Things ThIngsPlantecfby Planted by an Ama Amateur Amateflr Amateur ¬
teur Gardener GardenerWHAT GarclenerHAT GardenerWILtT
WHAT HAT CAME tiFf tiFflThe lip f fIThe
lThe 1 Tbe Brown Eye of nn En EnclmntrenB EoebnntreJltIl Enehnntresz
clmntrenB clmntrenBThe ebnntreJltIlThe ehnntreszThe
The Queen of Spains Work WorkVanUct Workbasket VorkDnIet
basket VanUctS basketZbt
S Zbt A Granolithic Pavement PavementI POementISorrOH Pavement4Sorrows
ISorrOH I Sorrow Shaft ShuttGlrIc ShaftfGfrIs
5 fGfrIs > Girls Who bo Vntch oteh the Dancing DancingTill Dnneln DnnelnTnl DancingTill
Till the Ball IM Over Oer6Glrl Over6Girls
0 6Glrl Girls Who 110 Milk at Sunup In laPalls InIlaUH In1aIl
Palls Like Silver Sliver7A
7 7A A Prodigal Son SonS SonsUurJnret SonSMargaret
S sUurJnret Margaret Entlnjc Walnuts Walnuts1The Walnut ValnutDThe
DThe 0 Tbe Stamp Time Borrows Dorro From Fromn l rom romn
n Saucy Sauc Bird Dlrdlo Bird10A
10 10A A Honeymoon I1onemOoDUle
31 Ule UleISmmn 1 1Me12Susan Me
12 ISmmn 12Susan13A Snsnn
13 13A 3 A Good Name for a Bad BadDcntlit DadDentlllt BadDentist
Dentist Dentlllt14Tbe Dentist14The
14 14Tbe Tbe Twentythird of Sep September SeptCluller Septemlier ¬
tember temberin temlier1A
in 1 1A A Plant for n Ilnlny Unln Day Do Dol Day11The
10 l 11The The Sigh of n Maiden Locked LockedIn Loek LockedIn d dIn
In InIT In17rhe In1rhe
IT 17rhe Tbe Piece of Money lone Peter Took TookFrom Tookl TookFrom
From l < rom the FI FJHhJt h Mouth MouthIS Mouth18The IouthlSThe
IS lSThe The Eighteenth Book of the theOld theOld theOld
Old Testament TeMtomentID1be Testament1urhc
10 ID1be The Of Oft Told mIca of an Old OldJockey OMJocke OldJockey
Jockey Jocke JockeoTnllI Jockey20Twilight
20 20Twilight 20Twilight21tn oTnllI TwiHcht ht htlAn
21 lAn An Incentive to a Boys Pranks PranksZA PranksA
2 ZA = A A Pappy Ilupp
° 23 3 Scarlet Wrap WrapUI Wrap24A rop rop4A
4A UI A Domestic Animal Walking Vnlldn on onJce onIce onIce
Ice JceI IceI IceI
I know what would come up If Ifyou Itou Ifyou
you ou planted A Puppy Why th Puppy Puppylove Pupplove Puppylove
love of course was as what this con contestant contestant contestant ¬
testant wrote apparently oblivious of ofthe otthe ofthe
the fact that there are twentythreo twentythreonumbers twentythreonUJ twentythreenuynbors
numbers nUJ bcrs of this puzzle besides be ldes No 22 22Did 2 2Did 22Did
Did she get the one right rightWell rIghtWell rightWell
Well I smiled when I heard her sa salutlon S SJuUon aniution
lutlon of lone No 22
Poems Women WomenShould Should Know KnowEditors
Editors Note Every poem which will appear in this series is ono onothat onothat onethat
that has brought a throb of hope tOpc a throb of courage a throb of happi happiness happiness happinegs ¬
ness or of inspiration to some human heart In clipping clippi and saving savingthe S8vingthe savingthe
the series you YOU cannot afford to miss mis one number numberA numberA numberA
A PLEA FOR MOTHER MOTHERat MOTHERPuWhIhM MOTHERPablliM
PuWhIhM at the request of Mr Mrs Irs A R Wymes
Daughter dont let mother do It ItYou ItYou itYou
You will never never know knowWhat knowhat knowWhat
What hat were home without a mother motherTill motherTill
Till that mother both low lowLow lowLow o oLow
Low beneath the budding da4ee da4eeFree d dFree dalbiesFree
Free from earthly care and pain painTo painTo painTo
To the th home so sad without har harNever h horNever r rever
Never ever to return again
PRETTY JABOT MADE MADEFROM MADEFROM MADEFROM
FROM HANDKERCHIEF HANDKERCHIEFSensible HANDKERCHIEFSensible HANDKERCHIEFSensible
Sensible and Inexpensive Solution Solutionof
of Necktie Problem for forWomen forVomen forVomen
Vomen WomenThe Vomeni VomenThe
i The jabot made of half a handkerchief handkerchiefIs
118 Is i a sensible and inexpensive lnexpen lve solution solutionof solutionof oIuUonI
I of the necktie proem problem oblem for the business businesswoman bu lsmlaoewoman 1Reee 1Reeewoman
woman womanCut womanCut womanCut
Cut diagonally in half the handker handkerchief handkorchief bandkerchief ¬
chief if a a plain one will 111 admit of extra extratrimming extratrimming extratximmlng
trimming along Its already hemstitched hemstitchededges hemllUtckodcdg hemetitchodedges
edges cdg
HEAD SCARFS SCARFSHead SCARFSHNd SCARFSHead
Head HNd scarfs are of Mack or white whitelightweight whiteJlchtweilrht whitelightweight
lightweight satin or o ol Persian chiffon chiffonSome chltConSome chiffonSome
Some of these tbe e show the exquielte real realcashmere reolI realcashmere
I cashmere ca mere designs dMi and colors colorsNEW colorsNEV colorsNEW
NEW COAT STYLES STYLESWhile STYLESbtl STYLESWhile
While btl there is J a percentibi reeJldbl curve to tosome toirome toborne
borne some portions of the new coats the the pre predominating predominaUng predominating ¬
dominating trend is not far away from fromthe t tthe trathe
the tube styles of o last year
Question Box of The Times TimesIt
It docs not matter how personal arc the thing thln you ou want to know knowSemi knowiend knowSend
Semi your onr query to Question < B Ben x LUtor i til tor and silo he will answer you youpromptly youIromptly youpromptly
promptly where hue It In possible to do MO Your name will III not be printed printedvrliere priotedJlcre printedwhere
where Jlcre you You OU s 50 l0 request
of the Bedford B fon1 county courthouse as assuch asaHh asauth
such information is only kept in the thecounty thecount thecounty
county count seat archives If you do not notwish notwih notwish
wish to write them tht > m we will do so for foryou tor1Ot foryo
1Ot you but it will b III involve more trouble for forboth r4irboth forboth
both oC us than If you wore to write writedirect uTitetlrect writedirect
direct yourself yourselfStammering youra yourselfStammering lf lfStammeriDg
Stammering StammeringElizabeth StammeriDgFJlubeth StammeringJ2IlzbethWItk
Elizabeth J2IlzbethWItk With a a little determination determinationit
it is potMriMe for anyone to cure him himself himself hImself ¬
self provided there Is no physical physicaltrouble physicaltroubl physicaltrouble
trouble to which the stammering is due dueOutofdoor dueOutofdoor dueOutofdoor
Outofdoor exercise exerct e mental and moral moralhygiene moralhy moralhygiene
hygiene hy ene avoidance a of all undermining undermininginfluences underminingI underminIngIpiluences
influences I ftuences and great care result In con conquest conque conquest ¬
quest que t of the condition in most mo t cases casesBoldness CHIBoIdne casesBoldness
Boldness BoIdne and selfreliance will render renderit
it impossible Imp0 8lble Measured tones care in inattacking Inattaeking inattacking
attacking each word and thoughtful de deliberation deliberation doliberation ¬
liberation are almost absolutely success successful sue suetul successful ¬
ful some stammerers atJW merllrs performing an anassociated anaa anaeoclted
associated aa oelated movement as tilting the thehead theheed thehead
head or lifting a finger with each e oh word wordPerhaps wOrJI wOrJIP wo woPerhaps
Perhaps P rhaP8 you ou will find such movements movementshelpful movomentshelptul movementshelpful
helpful helpfulAuthor helptulAuthor helpfulAuthor
Author Author of Famous Song SongMtes SongMbIs SongMls
Mtes Mls P V Y YFrancll5 Francis Scott Key was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the author of the StarSpangled Ban Banner Banner Bannor ¬
ner He was a native of Frederick Frederickcounty FrederickeOwty Frederickcmmty
county Md and a trr grzduate duate of St StJohns stJohns St StJohns
Johns College CoIl Annapolis Md He later latercame Iatercame latereame
came to Washington ana practiced law lawlie Jawlie lawlie
lie composed oomPO OO the th famous sons JOn on on board boarda
a British warship war > > htp at t the battle of Fort FortilcHenry portleHenry FortMeHenry
ilcHenry He died In InYashington Washington In InNot Inltc inIi3
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you ou with the piece yew 9t1 desire ag we do donot donot donot
not keep a ftle of the Munsey un y Magazine MagazineYou MagazineYou IagazlneYou
You can obtain it however by writing writingto
to tho Frank A Munsey rln erCompan Company Flat FlatIron FlatIron FlatIron
Iron Building New York
IDAIlY DAILY FASHION TALK TO READERS OP O THE TH TIMES I
OE O vNK day da It happened that there was waanothing wasnothing as asnothin
nothing nothin more left to eat in tbs tbssquirrate tMJ1qutrr thesquirrels
squirrels J1qutrr l8 n nest st for all of the nuts which whichthey whlcktlte whichthey
they tlte had stored up for the whiter were weregene weregeBe weregene
gene geBeUXy
geneXy UXy Xy goodness ood me exclaimed Grand Grandpa GraBCINL Grandps ¬
pa NL Llghtfoor when Grandma L4 LQbtfoot LQbtfoottokl LIghtfoOttold htfoot htfoottold
told him Uite tuI uis I must go out at once onceand onceand onceand
and see i I cant c t fad some stray acorns acornsor acornSat comsr
or r otnor ot rT 7tS ts f5r t r breakfast This te very veryserious verya6CJottsh veryserious
serious a6CJottsh htloui J Oh my goodness so neM me meyen meyeri
1
yen y and 3j i < lippM 5pe ppWi core besides besidesSo lte8kleSo besidesSo
So GranJpa Ltghtfoot started off otto be beton beOMJ betore
ton OMJ > Johnnie or Billie or Jennie Chip Chipmunk Chipmuck ¬
muck were up and he looked under the theleaves theleaves theleaves
leaves and In hollow trees but not a anut anut anut
nut could he find Pretty sees he came cameto cameto i
to a little pond of water with some someducks 8 someducks me
ducks paddling about on it itExcuse ItuExculH itExcuse I
Excuse me said Grandpa Light Lightfoot LSchtfoot Lightfoot
foot Ubut but could you ducks tell me where whereI II
I might And some nuts to eat We Wehavent Wehavent e ehavent
havent any at our nest nestThen nestThen I
Then all the ducks looked up and MId saidSOME MIdSOME midSOME
I
SOME MENU HINTS HINTSFOR HINTSFOR I
FOR HOUSEWIVES HOUSEWIVESBREAKFAST HOUSEWIVESi HOUSEWIVESBREAKFAST
BREAKFAST BREAKFASTGrapes BREAKFASTGrapes
I
Grapes or Muskmelon MuskmelonlUee MuskmelonRice MuskmelonRlee
Rice C1OC Croquettes Ues Tomato T malo Sauce SauceRolls SauceROU SauceRoBa
Rolls Coffee CoffeeLUNCHION CotreeLtNCHKON CoffeeLUNCHEON
LUNCHEON LUNCHIONKentucky LtNCHKONRtfttwk LUNCHEONH
Kentucky H ntueky Ham Salad SaladBsHed Sala4B SaladBaked
Baked B IUtd er Fried Apples Gingerbread GingerbreadTea Gi G6ngerbreadTea gcrbr8fld gcrbr8fldTea
Tea TeaV TeaDIKNER Teat
t V DINNER DINNERClear DIKNERCler DINNERClear
Clear Soup SoupOysters SopOntets SoupOysters
Oysters and Fish in Cucumber Boats BoatsFrench BoattFreneb rtsFrench
French Fried Potatoes Stewed Celery CeioryWatercress CeleryW CeleryWatercress
W Watercress tercreM Salad SaladLemon SaladLemon e1ad e1adLeMOft
Lemon Pucdtegr PucdtegrCoffee Puc PurdbigColtee dtDg dtDgCo
Coffee Co ColteeKentucky < < ee eeKenlucky
1 Kentucky Ham Salad SaladBeat Beat three threeopps threeegrs
I Imolted
opps s light add dd one ounce of butter buttermolted buttermoItJ
I Iseed
molted one small teaspoonful of celery celeryseed celeryseed
seed onehalf teaspoonful tea poopful of black pep pepper peppcr pepper ¬
per one and an onehalf teASpoonfuls of ofsalt orIt ofsalt
salt It onehalf saltspoonful of red pepper pepperand ptpperantl pepperan1
and six nutiium mt in dlllm sized cucumber pickles pickleschopced picklesch picklesehopeed
chopced ch ed lIre 1Ir and on cupful cl 1I1 of vinegar vinegarPlace vine vinegarPlace ar arPlaoe
Place over a slow fir fire stir Ur till it thick tbl < k
Tvo Attractive Frocks for forFormal fOrFormal f r rFormal
Formal or Informal InformalOccasions InformalI In formal formalOccasions
I
Occasions OccasionsAmong OccasionsAmong OccasionsAmong
Among the ultrafashionable ultrafasklenablestrikI and andstriking andstriking
strikI striking ggo gown shown shovo in the November NovemberIssue d dIseue
Issue of Le Costume Royal are the two twomo tw twomodels ro romodoJs
mo models lote illustrated hare hareTho horeTho
Tho handsome costume at the loft te teof J Jor Isof
of American beauty bo uty ros rose colored meteor meteorbeautifully meteorbeautifully meteorbeautifully
beautifully embroidered In selftoned soiftonedibis elttoDef1ftoN v viteM <
iteM worked on the corsage and sleeves sleevesand sleevesand le M Mand
and at the foot of oach section of die diedouble thedouble diedouble
double tunic the lower band b beln being lng wider widerthan widMthan widerthan
than the upper The yok yoke of ROW ROWlace ffokllAce goldlace
lace forms epaulettes A A trtangU of ofsimilar oralml1sr ofsimilar
similar lace IB set in at the front of oCthe ofthe ofthe
the corsage Collar and cult cuffs of o gold goldstudded JCOWstuddC goldstudded
studded lace Rows of shirring arotnd arotndthe axomdthe
1
the waist are held down by IJ straps of ofthe ofthe
the th meteore meteoreOn meteoreOn meteoreOn
On the right rl < < ht is 8 an attractive frock of ofcoppercolored oCroppereolored ofcoppercolored 1
coppercolored serge relieved by byHons sec sections seetions ¬
tions of violet satin edged by sliver sHvfcrcord slivercord r rcord
cord Straps of the material are set setover setover setover
over the shoulders bould rs and around the cap capsleeves eapItee capsleeves
sleeves Itee Silver covered button < ct ctthe t sit 8ftthe sitthe
the corsage The front panel is t r the theskirt thekIrt theskirt
skirt < kIrt is formed J P y box pleats Mata stitch stitchto stttchto Ut Utto
to the th foot At the back a similar liar panel panelreaches IMUIdrpachls panelreaches
reaches from the neck edt to the foot of th thskirt tM tMklrt theskirt
skirt skirtThe skirtThe klrt klrtTh
The Th simplicity of these models will 1Iiltapprflatoo b bappreciated be beappreciated
appreciated in the midst of otmultipJlety so atoeto atoetomultiplicity uM uMmultlp1lely
multiplicity of both trimming trlmmirr and de design c1elKn dosign ¬
sign lKn as shown in the new faff fait fall and win winter ¬
ter styles stylesEither shlesEithfor stylesEither
Either Eithfor of the frocks itluetrtted mutr6 t4d wilt wttlserve wiltrve
serve rve excellently for either formal k knformal scInformal c cInformal
Informal occasions and are particularly particularlysuitable partieslarlysuitable artleaartyI
I suitable lltabtl for street wear upon the eeel eeeldays ee4IIlays oeMdays
days when wraps would be bur4 burden burdensome a a5ome
some 5omeWHAT someWHAT lomeWHAT
WHAT THE VARIOUS VARIOUSSHOPS VARIOUSSHOPS VARIOUSSHOPS
SHOPS ARE SHOWING SHOWINGAn
An attractive little frock for nurses nursesife JMH8IIif nursesIs
ife if of pink chambray trimmed with withbands wtthbeDdII withbands
bands of black and white checked checkedMill ging gingham gtngham ¬
ham hamBoys Millns hamBoys
Boys white severe e suits are offered offeredIn oaenJhi O4IerSdis
In Russian and sailor models with wit reg regulation r rHIa rulatlon ¬
ulation HIa ornaments embroidered embroideredwhite embrolderedwhite fa fawhtte
white whiteChildrens whiteChildrens whtteChIWren
Childrens tub dresses d made of ofcolor tet tetcotor tJwItcolor
color perenles reaJe prettily trimmed with withHigh wWtk1gh withIdgk
High or low neck > > eek are shown Jt m Jet sizes sizesfrom atH atHfro slassfres
from fro I to 14 14WaahaMe 14WBIe 14Washable
Washable doeskin 4Ioe kin gloves Po M In tw twfettUoR t tIMIUon two twobutton
button or oneehwn styles JKr come fa fawMte JaieUe Inwhite
white or natural color
Quack Quack Quack all at once onceJust onceJU8t oiteejust
Just like that Then they put their heads headsdown hMdadow headsdown
down dow under the water and lad stuck th their tlteIrtails theirtails ir irtaite
tails up in the air and wiggled their theirfeet theirtett theirfeet
feet and didnt say another word wordGrandpa wordGrandpa
Grandpa Lightfoot blfoot was w much disappoint disappointed ¬
eel ed But he walked on and Del pretty soon soonhe soonhe
he h saw w something JOtaethla < < else 18e swimming in the thewater thewater thewater
water and JId who should appear but Jane JaneFttszyWttzay Ja JaneFvszyWuzz e eFus2Wuzz
FttszyWttzay Fus2Wuzz the t muskrat nurse of the theLUUetall tbeLlttItaJl theLittletall
LUUetall family You so 6 it was her herday II IIday herday
day out and she S was taking t ktag excrete excretefor exereiMtor axeeissrot
for her health healthWhy healthWhy healthWhy
Why Jane FuKTWuzzy Fuu VUSZ How do doyou d dyou doyou
you doT cried grandpa grandpaThe grandpaThe pa pamuskrat
The muskrat nurse said she was wa pret pretty prettv pretty
ty wel we and then Grandpa Li LIgttfoot LIgttfootasked Lig tttfoot tttfootasked ttlfootuked
asked about Sammie and Susie JLtttietalL JLtttietalLWell LlttletalLWell LittletaiLVeIl
Well Sammie ammle got his feet t wet from fromsoins trom80taa fromgoing
going 80taa out in the wet et without his rub rubbers rubbers rubbees ¬
bers said Miss 1U Fuzzy FuzzyWuzzy Wuzzy uuy and andhe andbe andhe
he has a bad cold But Susie te well wellThen wenThen wellThen
Then after grandpa had told about
his family he h asked the muskrat if ifshe Itshe Ifhe
she he might ht happen to know where ho hocould bEtcould hecould
could flnd seine nuts And what do you youthink youthink 1 1think
think She did She told Grandpa GraDdpaI
I Ughttoot of an old house with a gate PtftI ¬
post in front of it IL The post was hol ¬
low she said and in it were wet some nuts nut 1
Some So squirrels had put them there but I
they had to move in a hurry and could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not take tak th t theta m along so the nuts were eN I
there yet Grandpa Hotfoot after I
askIng JUllcin Jane FuzzvWwzxy to brine briD
Sammie and Susie SUlli to see Billie and i
Johnnle some 80 day hurried off and found
the ih hollow post filled with nut nuts just
as the muskrat nw krat had said
Grandpa cot ot on top of the gatepost gatepostOWB ptepcNJtaDd gatepotand
aDd Iook Iookij down OWB In a H He was Just t wish I Ihe
inr beg he had brought trou ht alone alo a biggeer bt eer bag bagV
to carry the DU nuts home ba I when alt or
a V 4 sudden he fell ri right ht down dOWJay yes air I IrI1rbt
right down that hollow gatepost
Wasnt that terrible t rrtNe And when hetrted be tried
to climb up he h couldnt for the wood I I
was s so soft = Oft and rotten that his claws
wouldnt Mklnl jrtiek stick Want Va ut that worse or Oh i
hew frightened fri < < ht ned he was W < L He H tried t and he
tried and he tried trl but he h couldnt get t i 1
up and an begun to think he bed d have to stay
there forever foreverIt I
It was long past breakfast time and u1
I BEDTIME I ISTORIES
BY HOWARD HOWARDSTORIES
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JOriNNlL AND BILLIE
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chopped ChO nM or ground rou11d ham am and three thr hard hardcooked hardcOoked hardcooked
cooked eggs eg also chopped fine Mix well welland wt11anit wcI wcIand
and set away to cool If too thick add addmore ad adJnore addflore
more vinegar ojne r one taMespoonTul table pool ul of ofFrench orFr ofFrench
French Fr ndt mustard may isv be added If de dejrfml detnd dosired
sired tnd Serve Serv on lettuce leaves it Is Isgood Isood isgood
good ood served rved between between warers or on any anykind an ankhtd anykind
kind of small thin thl crackers crackersOysters cratkersOyster crackersOysters
Oysters and Flab In Cucumber Cases CasesDrain CasesDrain CasesDrain
Drain one cup of oyster < pick them themover themover theniover
over and chop bop then mix them well with withone withone withone
one cupful of flaked cold cot boiled fish fisheither fi8heither fisheither
either haddock or fresh cod Add the theovsters th thovsters theoysters
ovsters and fish to one pint of rich richwhite ridwhttp ricliwhit
white whit sauvw 8aU f season a On with tlh a little salt salta salta It Ita
a dash of cayenne C1t enne and one tablespoonful tablespoonfulof
of temon emOr juice Pare four mediumsized mediumsizedcucumbers mediumSbooeucumbeni mediumsizedcucumbers
cucumbers cut into halves lengthwise lengthwisesoooo lengthwiseSCOOP lengthwisescoop
SCOOP out the seeds and let them lie HeSn lieSn lieSn
Sn ice water intll crisp then fh n fill with withthe withthe withthe
the creamed mixture Stand in an au oiled oiledbakins oUedbakinst oiledbaking
baking dish and surround with one cup cupful cupful cuptnt ¬
ful of chicken or veal stock cover over the thetops thetops thetops
tops with oiled paper and hake in in a aquick aquick aquick
quick oven for twentv minutes Slip Slipon slipon tip tipI
on toast to > nd serve with ith a cream or orbechamel 0 0bechaml orbeehamel
I bechamel sauce sauceIf sanCfIf sauceIf >
If we dont give ive more for the themoney themoney themoney
money than any an one else we wewouldnt wewouldnt e ewouldnt
wouldnt have the largest retail retailfeather retailleather retailfeather
feather business In America AmericaOld AmericaOld AmericaOld
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WM coming on for or dinner time and WMa sheaGrandpa xe xeGraadpa
Grandpa Gra Uyhtfoot didnt come back backGratfma NdcGrada beckGradma
Gratfma Ligfctfoot WM worried So site sitetold Jibetold shet014
told BUUe BIfl1 and ad 1obme Job ante and Jennie Chlp Chipmuch
much that he bad gone ne to look for nuts nutsand nutsand uts
and aaktx uk a their advice adviceWe adviceWe
We W will go aad ad find him said BUI BUIOf Blltir BlltirOf BlibieOf
Of court we will spoke 8 Johnnie Johnniei JohanleCome Tolu e eCoIIIe
i Come on Jenaie TIN Mttte orphan orphanchipmunk 0IIiIa1idldnt orphanchipmunkdidnt
chipmunkdidnt chipmunk didnt swMe e or laugh she wa waTfo was wasSo
Tfo worried worriedSo WOITtedSo
So the three charted off 01 o leaving n
Grandma LJ fatfoot ttoot at borne because becausebe becausebe becauseshe
she be couldnt travel very wen weD and whom whomshould wbomIIbould whomshould
should they th y m meet t but Jane Fuzzy FUSZ FUSZWIIDY
Wwexy Just ju t an Grandpa had So Vo Vomuskrat Ie IemUllkrat e emuskrat
muskrat told about hazing Kent Grani Granipa Granlpa
pa IJKhtfoot U ttfoot to the honow rateoost gateonsand rate 01it 01itand j jand
and hurr hu hurrfnz > injr there > Johnnie and Billie Bilueand Biliteand
and U Jennie Chipmunk heard him cal caltnc ea caling l lin I
tnc in ing for help h lp right through the th iiost as asIf i iIf I IIf
If It were wr a telephone telephoneYou t telephoneYou lpboJle I
You must JD try to get me out he hf > said saidHow saidHow saidHow t trally
How can we asked Johnni ajd ajdreally a ai4really
really it did seem eem a hard thing to t iis iisThey d dThey 2 2Th
Th They y tried trt several ways but none would wouldanswer wouldansfr wouldanswer
answer and they were Just ju t join JCOI going to togive togive i igive
give up when they th heard a hissing hissingnotee htutncnol8e hissingnoise
noise and what should they see 8 but a aIon alo along
Ion lo long snake At first the squirrels were wereicoing werecolD weregoing
going colD < < 10 run away but the snake said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he would ould not hurt them ar a he was a agood asODd agood
good snake and sot a bad one oneI
1 I 1 will help get Grandpa Ligfctfoot Ligfctfootout Utdttfootout Llghtfootout
out out h h4 he saki So he crawled up the thepost thepast he heOM
post > > OM and stork his hi tail down inside ia lde Then Thenhe Thenhe Thenhe
he wound ound it around grandpa and pulled pulledhim JuJledhim pulledhim
him up as if he were we a bucket In the thewell thewell i
well 11 My but maybe grandpa wasnt wasntKind wasntglad
Kind and PBtte and Johnnie JoImn too tooAnd tooAnd
And maybe they didnt thank the snake snakeBut lI snakeBut akt aktBut 1
But the snake only said t Ob > h a little littlethink ntt littlethink
think like that isnt worth speaking speakingabout speakngabout k1Ut k1Utabout
about Come I will show 1Iho you how to toget toget toget I
get the nuts out I 101 will lower Billie and andJohnnie nndJohnnie nd ndJobnnie
Johnnie into th the post po they the can grab up upall upa upall
all a the t nuts they can bold and I will willpull willpull ill I
pull them up upXo upNo i iNo
No thank you YOUsaid said grandpa ndp 1 1have Ihave I
have a II better bett plan than that I will willgnaw willgnaw willgnaw
gnaw a hole in i the bottom of the post postand postand postand
and all the nuts will wll roll out T shoulf shoulfhave sboulfhave
have baT done that at first Then the squir squirrels gtulrrt siilrvets ¬
vets rt gnawed fcI a hole out came em the nut nutand nutand > i iand
and they th had as many man as a they naut wamJ wamJand waittdand j jand
and the snake < helped carry rry the th ruts rutshonif J1 nutshnme uts utshnmt
honif Would you yOU like me to t < tell ftlltomorrow y i itomorrow 1tomorro
tomorrow night how Johnnie and Fjlli Fjllivent I Filliwent m mwpm
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By DOROTHY DIX
r HJE heart of v vesy rjr woman hi the theI iheI he hewww
THE I I worM craves era sgnttmont tteBt and ro JOIt roaee
1 Mane It isnt t enough eDOIl a for her to toknow toDew toknew
know baldly and abstractedly abstractedlythai alNtraetedlyt abitraetedlvthat
thai t t her had loves e her be She wants 1Va 1Vaie WCLSt i iH
ie t bevt his deeUoe for her manifest manifestitself BUNt BUNtWelt
H Welt K In a a thousand th u8aDd ttttto delicate tea teB4HKte teadec
dec 0 r poetic > > 4HKte ecfe ways waysIn wa7LIa waysIn
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plata I bread and an butter She wants cake cakeand cakeIM cakeaad
and sb she IM want frosting on her eak eakNot eakNet cake cakeNot
Not bavin having much muci of a sweet teeth him himself htmMIt himself ¬
self BUM can never neT < < understand r taDd this thisfeminine tIWIrbd thismalaise
feminine rbd peculiarity Why in heavens heavensnme heaveD heaveDme heavenssame
same nme me he asks himself should oad a woman womanlay womanlay womanlay
lay such stress str on the observance oterY oterYdIaky of ofdtaky f fdisky
dtaky IKtl lit little anniversaries annJ Why hy should shouldher ahoaldher shouldher
her eyes Ml n up with happy team and andher aa1her andher
her face tac absolutely grew young again againwhen a againwhoa ia iawbea
when he brings br1 KS her a bunch of roses ro s on oaher onher onher
her birthday while she receives the theprice tbfrprice theprice
price of a new cooking si stove GV v without withoutany withoutany withoutany
any emotion whatever Funny Fq ny things thingswomen tbiu4sWOMeR thingswomen
women And all of them i d little bug ba baeyen < <
house even the most sensible sensibleHowever 2tHUd1 sensibleHowever le leHowever
However foolish in a mans man eyes eye it itas itmay itmay
may be tot a woman oman to hunger aa long longas longas
as site lives for the little attentions that thatshow tbatlIhow thatshow
show that her husband Is still a lover loverto JoVftto loverto
to the woman It never ceases c to be a asubject asabjeet asubject
subject of vital moment and nothing nothingreally notblucJMIIy nothingreafly
really goes farther to make aaJte marriage a afailure aratbJre afailure
failure so far as women are concerned concernedthan eoaeernedt concernedthan
than t mens neglect necJe of the little mull sentimentalmes 8eat 8eattaJltles mullmentalities
mentalities taJltles of life lit Therefore it be becomes behDportaDt becomes ¬
comes an important question queet as to how howa
a wife wK shall secure to herself the halo haloof MIor hateof
of romance that keeps marriage rtace glori gloriLuckily gloried gloriliad ¬
liad liadLuckily ed edLuckiIy
Luckily Draws DrawsMaa DuwsMall DrawsMan
Mall f Sentiment SeatiraeatJiaensiiisn SeBtim8RtThe SentimentThe
The other r day I beard 4I an tBterfJMlag tBterfJMlagiIIcunia intsiosthigdinmiasiesi
Jiaensiiisn of this tit M aubet Jet aiming three threemarried tlueeJDITied threemarried
married women 0IDeII One of th the theha4 women womenmatrimonial womenhad
had beeR lucky enough to draw t ttrt that thatmati9moalal
matrimonial trt Ioalal prim a man of exquisite exqufcmesympathies exquIIPteuae exquisitesympathies
sympathies uae and understanding derata what whattk wltatthe whatthe
tk the oldfashioned novelist DOYel J used to call calla eauot caBa
a man of sentiment eeuUJD Dt He te a poor pooryoung pOOrfellow pooryoung
young fellow just setting a good start startIn startIn tIn tInIa
In life tie and be and his pretty wife have haveyet baveDOt haveyet
DOt yet very v much of this world worlds goods goodsbtaM goodstIO goodsin
tIO bless themselves with but the hut hutband hurMad hutbsad
band Is continually devising d mm unex unexMeted UDeXpec unexpeeled
Meted pec d treats trea for his h wife and none of ofj ortAek ofther
j ta tAek tr fete days daysher her birthday or Christ ChristDail Cui ChristI > > t tI
I Dail IDa ail Ie e Horoscope HoroscopeThe
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compel compelTuesday compeLTIeMy ompeJT
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W Well U sbhwe lmss the say ay for him hhmWho lallaWIlD himWho
Who m mewse vw with fore force and aII4Yta aII4YtaMJlRCU1tY vim vhmJERCORT viml
l JERCORT te i te greatest gr el eIoa eIoattoa elonga elongatv1 ga gation
MJlRCU1tY tv1 tine westward we twar4 this day and andUranus andUranus D4I D4IUral
Uranus Ural te in octtnUc conjunction with
Ute Moon which blch Is hi tIN arst rst gnat tluarer gnattar
t tar er r Mars and the Sun hold old places placesthat placMtbat placeSthat
that make ke for enthusiasm eathw aam vigor risjorcourage neorcoarace vigorcourag
courage and determination determinationThe rbaa OlL OlLTIM
The dy should be powerful werfut for all allenterprises allenterpli sitenlerprie
enterprises enterpli > > es that need eed force concen concentration concentrativn ¬
tration steady t y purpose purpo e and quick quickfresh quickfresh I ItratJuD I Itresta
fresh vision and insight insightIn IJUiighLIn
In the tb case eas of unusually vigorous vigorousand viror virorand vtgorusand
and intense iten e persons the effect < < ect of Mars Marsis MarsIs I IIs
is sometime liable In conjunctions conjunctionslike eoajuDeUonalike conjunctionslike
like these to make them tM too daring daringor I Ior ior
or forceful leading 1eadin < < them either eltJa er into intorash Intorash
ra rash ventures YeJnur or into to quarrels quarH and andlawsuiw aMlWMda andlawais
lawsuiw They will do well to tom tosaper teIRper tomper I
per their vigor vigorTile vigorThe i iall
Tile place of t the Sun I Is ana anei as al always a aways
ways is held by astrology t a afflict afflictall tftlet tftletall
all attempts to gain gat anything by bymeanness bymeanness
meanness Intrigue falsehood or ortyranny ort oreven ortyranny I
tyranny t i iMildness I
Mildness even when he using uslJ1 author authority authority ¬ I Iity
ity kindliness in Justice and gen generosity generoatty ¬ I Iro
erosity ro dtY even in competition are 8 the thetraits thetraits 1 1traits
traits and modes of behavior that are areunder areunder
under brightly b btly promising aspects peets in inthese I Itb inthese j
these tb twentyfour hours hoursSurgeons hoursSurlfeons hoursSurgeons
Surgeons and physicians are likely likelyto Mitchto
to be unusually able abl for help helpFlame belpFJaMe helpFlame I
Flame whirling nachinery sharp sharptools sharptools iarptools
tools and great apparatus are under undera lNIer lNIergood
a good sign ten for those who use them themin thomIn I IIn
in the course of their vocations but butfor butfor I Ifor
for others there is an omen of danger dangerfrom dD dangerfrom er erfroM
from careless or unskilled approach approachPersons approachPersons
Persons Per wearing distinctive garb garbare garb8le garbare
are under nder good signs signsThe signsThe
The time is held to be excellent excellenthiring exeeUentblrin excellenthiring
hiring blrin men and women womenThose womenThose
Those TIIoa e who can grant t favors toda todado todado todado >
do so under singularly s good ood auspices auspicesIn
In the household there th < < e is favor for forbaking forbaking
baking baJtin and anything Dy hil1r connected with withwaterfowl withwaterfowL withwaterfowL
waterfowl waterfowlPersons waterfowLPersons
Persons Peno with this birthdate birthdate rthdate are un under under Under ¬
der a a rule that indicates that Its sub subjects subjeets subects ¬
jects ects will fare well during durin the twelve twelvemonth twelTemonth twelvemonth ¬
month if they will exercise stability stabilityof
of opinion and method and refrain refrainfrom refrainfrom
from courting social fame fameChildren fameChildren
Children are born today under signs sijrnsthat siKnsthat signsthat
that i Iromip > romis rmis > much ambition but they theymust thpvmust thymust
must bo b trained to overcome any d dsire dir dsir
sire sir ir to win in by unfair mar
mas or orthey the av81SeJ7 ell the fay ita
they met the day they theyor bseme bsemeor eb < < agfrl c csut
or the greatest day oC o aBtLT all the thethey 7
tbe they were ere marriedeves goes by bysome wH wHe
sut some e token or r recognition n ii 1 1IW r4tnd
him himAnd
IW And the beautiful part of it all allsaid allaid s smid
said this tta happy haPP wife m teUta teUtathat teIIIac tellingthat r t
ootJult that the money for the things f lie f FS FSalways y
me always represents repneeontlte some special specialdoes al
side Ide work some labor of love that
does Just for me and thats tJsat A Amakes t I IJDak Pmakes
makes JDak th the cheapest trinket mor mormy morMy mormy
my eyes e ihan haI If it were a dian diantiara d1a 4mmtiara n 1 1tiara
tiara that he eat a had to draw a afor e efor < at atfor
for forMy My hus hurad nd said w the second IDDd IDDdBa v vi van
Ba i who w also a young woman womana womanas I Ias
as good a fellow feDo as II ever lived and andromantic an anloDCl andfond =
fond or IDe but he is a practica practicaromantic llaCUca llaCUcaromaaUe
romantic sort ort of a man very vervif Yft veryabeorbed r 1 1Ilea
abeorbed Ilea III bi8 boom aM if I Ihim < i ihtm lhim
him be would degenerate fane hut th thasdust thJde4 thasdust > < >
asdust kind of a husband who wac u uwhen t Ihe s <
be ha has done 11 tuB duty by his wIre wIrehe wiewhen
when be pays pa bar h r bins binsTrained bGIIITrailiM busTrained
Trained Him Hmla HimIn
la Way He Sbwtid Ge GeFortunately GeIortuaately GeFortunately
Fortunately I had enough sense n to toi tl tl8ee tnsee
see that and to rai realise e that you youcultivate 01 i UH UHcultivate u uewJtlvate
cultivate sentiment m in a a man just < s syou syou 3you
you can flowers in a galilee and t tIt tit i iit
it te up to a cnan ian to 5 iccMc wt Whf Whfaile wtttshe tr = r rshe
she te going to have e a beautiful bwu tul fc Le LeDh t a aWe alife
We or one that te as bleak and ai1 ai1as 4i 1 1cIeeert 1an
as a desert I began by 1 7 shnpy IlimIyr1 IlimIyr1that simpymandtng d dmanding
manding that my husband shouid JMIT JMITme St Stme v vme
me the attentions after marriage marriagehe tt tthe Itbe
he did before When be dropped dr dreppetsending l lMIIC 7 7sending
sending MIIC DC me Hovers and candy j aK e KC1 KC1bIui fl flhim l lhim
him whether betber anything aa bad happens hap bapperthe nf to t tUte >
1 the confectionary trade and the r rcrop rcrop 55 55crop
crop and casually eAIAIlJ remarked that I Inot r 1 1not dJIOt
not lost my liking likD < < for either itber flowers or orsweets oreeta r rsweets
sweets sweetsI sweetsTb eeta eetaTbe
I The Tb first nt time my birthday r raround < 4 4around < 1 1arouJMI
around after we were ere married he hf < gfve gfveme g gIDe a am
me m a a bill and said Here Mary Ian SJ SJdown t tdowa gidown
down town and buy yourself somn somnyou IKnn soifletyou t tyou
you want I dont dontknow know what whatyou bat you v 1 Ilike 1like
like I simply threw the money JDOIIe a 3 3feet 3teet sfeet
feet and told him to keep It and andtt andIf andft
tt he dhtot take enough interest in I to toto 3 3to 3to
to ren remember ember my taste nor thinK thinKworth thl thlwortb thIr thIrworth
worth while to put himself t < > t ttrouble ttrouble a atrouble
trouble of selecting iDc something for ru ruI r rI r rI >
I would dispense with any reir TtIrbrance reut reutbrance r rbrance
brance of theoccasion theocca oa from him Perha pr ba baIt s sit sit
it was a very unladylike uDl ylUce thing thbI < < to tobut t tobut I Ibut >
but it pulled him up short He wtrt wtrtdown tr t tdown tdown
down town and got me a dozen thirds thirdsthat thrSthat th ththat
that I wanted and since then be ts tsthought 3 3thought stboU
thought tboU < < bt enough about me to remtrn reIDtDwhat retnemwhat r rwhat
what I lUke lUkeNo like likeNo likeNo
No man ma can excuse ex = e himself lDII eIt for neg neglecting nE nEM riekettug ¬
lecting to celebrate Mttle family anni anniversaries ar at1versarles 1 1y ¬
versaries by y saying YiD < < that he f forgs forgst forg erg 13 13them s sthem
them t eJIL He doesnt forget anything L i iinterested is isi oSlibte
i interested to If J hes he got the interest tntercta oa oai 01huadred
libte i a hundred dollar note coming du due 01 n 9 915th eI a15th
15th of September or the 12tb of Augrt Augrthell A Augthell Jg Jghen
I hell remember reIDflll er the date fast ei eJ e eAs > oug ougA t tI
A JU for a man saying that be doer dO doe t tknow tknow tknow
know what to get his wife Ife for a pre pnthat pethat > r rthat
I that te simply an insult for it sb 51 vrs vrsthat 3 sthat 3that
that he considers her so little that thatdoaIDt e edoesnt edoesnt
doesnt even notice what her tastes ar arand arC arCaDd arI
I and that he Is so Indifferent to her that thather tt1ther tLttI
I her little oftenexpressed wishes for forthte forI forthis
this tbi or that make no impression uior uiorhim uI uIhim urni
I him ni
himBut But when a man rails to show how his
wife the delicate attentions that won worrsngets WO11ioTe wonlove
love its her own fault for a wife o oreu civ civgets
gets what she demands of a ti hl11ra hl11raADd bisbaAnd > i iwomen > <
ADd tile funny part or It is that thatWOlDftl thatwomen
women who demand the most not notget o t tget r rget
get the most mo t but are the best beatMoreover io < I IMoreover loreoer
Moreover oreoer when you turn an uno unomantic UILDmantlc an o omantle
mantic man into a regular Romeo h 1 3 spleased 3pleased 3pleased
pleased as Punch with himself b IIIIef rl rltakes J 1takes JtakfS
takes a lot of credit to himself f for tile triecharming tileay thecharming
charming way ay he does things thingsOne thiDpODe thingsOne
One WoaaaTeHs WoaaaTeHsYou Woman TeHs TeHsOf T1Isof
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hired the cook cookSoon cookSoon cookSoon
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has h continued to this day dayI
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