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10 THE HE WASHINGTON TIMES TUESDAY FE8DAYOrTOnER OCTOBER li l 1910 =
I TIME TIME IS NOW AT HAND HANDFOR HANDFOR
FOR HALLOWEEN HINTS HINTSFortune HINTSFortune HINTSFortune
Fortune Telling Is Indispensable fpr Mystic Night Is One Onev Oneof Oneof
v of Witchcraft and andJ1aking andMaking Making of Love LoveCharms LoveCharms LoveCharms
Charms CharmsBy
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By FRANCES CARROLL
7 I ITII TH Halloween so 1 near overy overyWbedy 6e17lOd overy1ody
WiTH Wbedy lOd 1ody Is casting CfUJth 1 about for forsuggestions foriggetIon or orug
> suggestions > ug iggetIon 8 tlon for or their own ownparticipation ownparticipation ownparUdpatlon
participation in the fun of o this thismysterious thlemystcrloui theThYsterknjs
mysterious fete cvonlner and nd many have haveLccn h8veLctn haveLCn
Lccn the requests which have come to tomo to2TIC
mo for ways WY and means of Halloween Halloweenentertainment JIalIovfJcRl I
l entertainment ntEJtalntTlfmtIt j jIt 1It
It is h i wise iw to plan for this mystic m sdc sea season sealion e ezon ¬
son in plenty vlent of time because Halloween Halloweenprtler HaJltwoenrtlf 1lowoenirtt
irtt prtler > rtlf require moro preparation be before beforeInd for c chvind
hvind 11 I nel that the ordinary n1lpftry everyday ceJda enter entertainment cntertainment eotertainment ¬
tainment tainmentfortune tainmentortune tainmentortune
fortune ortune telling te It indispensable upon uponThis upontlus
This 2 ui occasion Mui n for Halloween is a night nightof nlrhtor nightof
of witchcraft in the working worhin of love lovecharms lcrcharm lovecharms
charms charmsPlace charmsPlace harm harmPlace
Place in a a rcw three saucers on ore con containing con1ainin contalntngr ¬
taining 1ainin milk the second containing wa wat WAt wstr
t tr r and the third empty empt Blindfold the thequests theutst thet1est3
quests utst t1est3 and let each oc oiedfp Ole dip her finger in inne Infn Injnc
fn ne of the saucers The The slrl Irl who dips dipsher dl dlH dIpsfter
her H > r finger into the saucer eontainIn eontainInmilk containing containingmilk
milk will 111 ft narry T Ta1 < avry riches the one choos choosing cb cbInJ choo chooinr ¬
ing InJ the saweT sa er of water will 111 be poor and andthe andt1 andthe I
the t1 one who dips into the empty empt saucer saucerwiil saucerwiil saucerviII
wiil be an old maid or bachelor ba helor as the thecare theaFe theafe
care aFe may be bepr beor
Toor pr or a childrens c1i1dn > ns party this fortune fortunetoll tOItunetlllin fortunetelling I
toll tlllin telling ing gam lm4 should be bl varied 81101 slightly slightlYut
fut ut out letters from newspapers and andsr and5tter
sr S 5tter Jitter tter them in a 1 bowl of water Let Lettl LettTop Lett1p I
tl tTop < f blindfolded bUndfold children draw until the theletters theletters
letters ar art all gone one Vhat they tM have havedrawn baedrawn havedrawn I
drawn will form words or syllables syllableswhich synableRh1h sylableawhich
which h1h the teller of the fortune can con construe contrue conztrue ¬
strue true as her imagination Im3 lnation dictates dictatesAnother dictatesAnother dictatesAnother
Another attractive fortunetelling fortunetellingmethod fortunetelllnemethod fortunetellingmethod
method for Halloween nallowe n is the dropping droppingof droppinor
of melted lead Into cold old water As the theTIME theTIME theTIME
TIME FOR PLANTING PLANTINGBULBS PLANTINGBULBS PLANTINGBULBS
BULBS IS AT HAND HANDEarly HANDErly HANDEarly
Early Spring Flowers Should Be BeSet BeSet BeSet
Set Out Late This ThisMonth This1onth ThisMonth
Month MonthBy 1onthBy MonthBy
By F H KRAMER KRAMERNow KRAMERNow KRAMERNow
Now is the time for the planting lantlnf oC oCthe o otb ofthe
the tb > bulbs bul you ou expect to blossom in the theearly theearly theearly
early spring The hyacinth tulip cro crocus eroj erojeus ¬
cus and Jonquil are planted in the theground theground
I Iround
ground round in October or 01 early November NovemberThese XoembeaTllest NovemberThese
These bulbs should always be planted plantedfhe plantedfive I Ifive
five inches I chOll deep and the closer together togetherthe tooether tooetherthe togetherthe
the better the effect a u a thin tulip bod bodlooks bedlooks
looks ook badly and is not worth the trouble troubleof troubleQ1 troubleof I
of planting plantingI planU planUI
I call an a foot apart thin Six inches inchesapart ncho nchoapart f fapart
apart will make a gorgeous 01 ooUS bed any anysoil anysolt anysoil
soil will newer a a bulb one year for the theflower thetIowtr theflower
flower bud is already alread formed It merely merelyopens merelyopens I Ioens
opens opens But to grow ro them so that they theywill theywill I Iill
will ill flower again the following CoUowln years a agood 31 31Iod agood
good < Iod deep rich soil should be given giventhem giventhem I
them The bulbs may rna either be lifted or orloft orItft orleft
loft in the cod as desired It lifted the thetops thetops I
tops t houd b W about ab ut rip ri 4pe before the thebulbs thebulbs I
bulbs ace disturbed If lifted llftedu aeon Monaa eon as asthe aathe I
the flower is faded you ou have arrested the theformation theformation theformation
formation of the bulb bt b that was storing storingup storingup t rl
up its strength stren th for the following season seasonIn seasonIn seasonIn II IIup
In planers a bed of bulbs to any set setpattern setpattern setPattern
pattern or design de l n look out for time of ofTowering otrowering
I
Towering of the several v > ral sorts Crocuses Crocusesare Crocu Crocusesare es
are always best alone and should not notb nothe
be b used with 1th tulips and hyacinths Jon Jonnulls JonrjUIls Jonlul1s
nulls Golden Spur are about bout as early earlyan early2M I Ia
an a hyacinths which are several days daysearlier daysrather
0 0tarliI
earlier than tulips and should not be ben beti
n th < same group Crocuses bloom bloomsoon 1t100ft1Eoon bloomsoon I
soon after the snow If gone goneIn lien lienIn goneIn
In the mixed border beds It for in instance liiStance ¬
Itan stance you Ou can c n sow so some summer an annual annual annuals ¬
nual nuals over them such ac the California Californiapoppy CaIK CaIKPQPPr CaWernpoppy
poppy without much harm harmThere harmThere harmThere
There are always some inquiries as to towhen tohtn tohen
when hen tulip beds should ould be covered coveredThese coveredThese overedThe6C
These and hyacinths are p perfectly rf actly hardy hardyand hardyand M nt ntand
and no covering is necessary until untilChristmas untilChristmas lnUIChristmas
Christmas when hen two or three inches IACa of ofstable edstable
I
stable manure or litter should be put puton puton peton
on the beds s It helps hel he4i net so much toj to tokeep I
keep frost out as to prevent the surface surfacefrom ieee1 I
from continuously ontlnuou ty alternating between betweena bQt I Ia
a freeze and a thaw t1m which often occur occurin oecvl2in occursIn
in the month of March Tulips and andhyacinths aDdbyaclnthli andhyacinths
hyacinths bloom early in May MayAs MayAs ol olAs
As our bedding plants do donot not go out outuntil outuntil outuntil
until nearly nearlyor or quite June 1 there is nearly nearlytime nearlytime nearlytime
time to give the bulbs a chance ch nee to ma mature matu matue ¬
ture tu Two weeks eekfi later however would weeklmuch woulde youkmuch
e much better bot tel if the thlel welfare rc of In Intlbs the
f tlbs was as the main consideration on ldetlon I
When hen first lifted oxpos the bulbs and antlfens aIM11QS andors
fens ors to the air until they the are ripe rI and andtlie andthc
thc 1 lf tops top wither ither away a a When Wh n the tops topsan toP toPIan topsan
Ian < an be pulled oft the bulbs bul should a ld IMJ IMJt tH Lecaned
t leaned and stored away away in n a dry dr cool coolplace coolpla coolplae
place pla until fall I noticed noUdtl1ie1 this spring springthat aprtsgthat riR riRthat I
that about as good ood flowers were produced producedV
V 11 lv > y txillp the th second year a liS by those thoseJrcshly tho thosefreshly e I I1fshly
freshly imported The bulbs will do very veryWPlI verywriI cn
WPlI 111 if I left I t in the ground round which it is issometimes Issometimes
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sometimes convenient to do i
HY not take t ke Teddy Bear Bearwith Bearwith
J Jwith
W with us tonight asked askedV a askedDorfy > > ked kedDorC
V y Dorfy DorC of the Ticklcmouse TicklcmouseVo
We Vo havent taken him himal himaYI himal
al aYI ng > or Or a long lme lmelrintr Imelring me mering
lrintr ring him atone of course Were ASerot Werekirg ere erenir
t kirg nir < nrg to the city tonight for fora a frolic roUe at atthe attht atthe
the amusement am ment park Wish ish him alive aliveWilly alivewm aliveWilly
Willy wm please pleaseNo pleatlesooner pleaseN
No N sooner had Willy m brought bro g1tt the e jolly jollyIlttle jol jollyllttle
Ilttle T Teddy ddy Bear to life U Uf than an he made a atMve a1t a4ve
tMve 4ve 1t for the pile of toys toys In In the corner cornerrawing cornerrlawln cornerpawing I
pawing rlawln and snufnning around among amongthe amonsthe amongthe
the playthings as If ho had been waitIng wait waiting ¬
ing 1n weeks for just that chance chanceWb cnancehiit chancetVbits
Wb tVbits hiit rs th the ejccitemftnt excltem nt Teddy Teddyasked Teddyd Teddyisked
d asked kd th t the Mouse MoueeHungry MouseJIung OlQ OlQJIun
Hungry JIun JIung i for honey hone grunted Teddy Teddywithout Tedd TeddIlhout TeddyIthout
without Ilhout stopping a minute Something Somethinggood Somethlnlgfd Somethlnggood
good over in this comer or my nose Is Isa 13a isa
a a tad nies ueser ueserOh esfr r rOh
I
Oh h its It the beehive from rem my Farm Farmers Farmcr5 t rm rmr ¬
ers r rs Villane YUIa iLhaje < < e raW Dorfy DerC And just then thenTeddy ti tiinTeddy ft
Teddy spun WI around like a happy little littletoil littletI littlet I
toil tI t with 1th tn tM toy toehtv tuck tucked ap under underhir und undhie underht
hir ht forepaw Ready RM4 for anything anythingniw a anythingreiw UdRC UdRCnnw
niw h he said Sakt eld wkh th a grin So o k longs JottlaI > H s sy
I r vf MY y hon Itonoy hono y with wit me Im happy happyrv ka kaDnDt happyrnnt
rv DnDt > nt b H to see eo sure Teddy wariMsl wariMslthe wa wath warn warnthE
the th Mow Mouse AS they took ther Uu r seats 863Sluink oq oqSnuinks eqStuink
Snuinks broad velvety 01 back and a starts startsott Mztedoil irU irUot
oil ot on their t eIr teas 1oa gliding 1idIng flight ta the theI
I
1 lead harden ha o it wfH f form rm jhap PC whore whoreby whoreh whorely
by h Urn fortune toller t ller efcn n unfold a 11 tale talcof taleof
of th t the future futureThe rutMl rutMlTnt futtireTh
The Th Russian Rut ian cMtom cusom Is to use u c lard for forthis forth56 forthIs
this purpose 1upc instead of lead The hot Iwatlard ltetlard hotIarl
lard dropped drop d into cold water aSfiumos aSfiumosall aietllflOall HUmosall
all sorts of fantastic shapes shapesThere shapOiThfre shapesThere
There must be gt gtmes me metl for the Hal Halloween Hallo Hallowen ¬
loween lo eea party besjde h es the telling of for fortuns fottunS fortuna
tuns however > iowew of which nooe afford affordmore affordemore
more 1 or fun than Spearing Pt3r1n at Fate Fate1For FateFor FateFor
For this ganae al1e a large pumpkin is ischosen 18en Ischosen
chosen en chosen o el1 into which th alphabet alphab t is isbvrned 18blrned Isbvrned
bvrned with 1th a hot poker Hang Han the thepumpkin thepumpkin thepumpkin
pumpkin thus prepared Ietpu d in 8 atl et cpen door doorway doorWI doorwJy ¬
way WI Bach guest t must b H > provided with witha
a meat skewer skew r The 1 he pumpkin is I set to towhirling t twhirUn tovhlrling
whirling whirUn as 15 fast sat as poaelblc < and anc the thegvfests theg6St8 thegv6ats
gvfests take turS trying Uln to spool one oneof oneof oneof
of the letters lett rs If t they succeed Jccced the let lettor lett lettot
tot t speared is supposed to IK the initial initialof Initialor initialof
of his or her wife or husband as a the thesex thesex thesex
sex of the spearer may mo be bcThe beThe beThe
The obstacle race also affords a groat groatdeal groatdeal roat roatdtR1
deal of amusement at a Halloween Halloweenparty ualloweonpart Halioweonparty
party part Three or four members of the theparty thepart theparty
party part arc chosen and sent ent from the tberoom theroom theroom
room In their absence such uch article as asbooks asbooks ashooks
books cushion cU hlon newspapers and foot footstools footstools footstools ¬
stools are strewn about the floor When Whenthis WhenthIs Vhouthle
this has been done one of the victims victimshi
hi 11 called into the room and shown the thearticles thearticles thearticles
articles and their location He is then thenblindfolded thenbllndrolded thenblindfolded
blindfolded during which process some someone someone someone
one quietly quieti removes the articles articlesTo artle1eTo articlesTo
To the merriment of the spectators spectatorsthe spectatorsthe specttorsthe
the blindfold guest JUC t starts toward his hiastipulated hI hIstipulated hisstipulated
stipulated destination making every ef effort 0 0tort offort ¬
fort to step over the articles which he hehas hehas hehas
has seen upon the floor but which are areno areno
no longer there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The others waiting outside are hi taturn hiturn hiturn
turn admitted and put through this thishighly thishlshl thishighly
highly hlshl amusing amu tng initiation much to their thoirown thollown theirown
own confusion and the delight of the theother theer theether
other er guests buOStSIDa guestsaiI
2 IDa > ail I > Horoscope HoroscopeThe
The stars Incline but do not notcompel DotcompeL notcompeL
compel compelWednesday compeLWednesday compeLWednesday
Wednesday October 12 19x0 19x0Thte igIOTb 9IO 9IOThis
This Tb day cIa shall pen sad nd prase praseYowr pr prYow peYear
Yow meaning well express expressnTjAVOR UIMaLtCF esptt espttLi
nTjAVOR tCF Li A AVOR VOR for writers and printers IiRtera te tein 15I isIn
in I th the signs and there ta a a good goodomen goodomen eotI eotIomen
omen further over all efforts to express expressanything expr expranyUalnc expranything
anything to announce matters te gain gainpublicity gainpubikity n npublic
publicity public it or to roach large Jarg circles ctrcle of ofpeople oCpt ofpeople
people pt > ople by writing wrltln or printing printingSalespeople printlngSa printingSalespeople
Salespeople Sa I C1Speopl e canvassers agents dem demonstrators delllontlrators dentOnstrators ¬
onstrators and all others who desire to tointroduce tointroduce tointroduce
introduce new things or reach new newcustomers n ncttlJtomers newcustomers
customers are usually very lucky under undersigns undersigns I Isina
signs like this according to astrological astrologicalrules astrologicalrulsi
rules if they the push Ueh the affairs aftal of the theday theda theday
day da with determination determinationThis detenninaUonTtlhi determinationTide
This day the nckl 1kkle and variable the thecoquettish thecoiuettish I Icoquettish
coquettish and deceitful are under evil evilomens evilomens I Itmen
omens threatening malignant results to tofollow tofollow I
follow tOI1 even what they may consider considercomparatively conaiderCGmparatiySy considercomparatively
comparatively innocent indulgences of oftheir o oi1beir oftheir
their caprice capriceIt
HJs 1 It tJs 1s a time when great grea < rW caution and anddistinctness anddi8llnetnet18 anddistinctness
distinctness < of understanding are ad advisable adi advbable
i visable in dealing with any persons personsknown perOnknon personsknown
known to be tricky or changeable changeableTeachers chtu1tfo ehangeahieTeachers e eI
I Teachers lecturers orators ministers ministersand minlaterst ministersand
t and authors are under bright augury auguryAnything aupllji auguryAnything
i Anything connected with schools schoolscourses schoolscourses hOOk hOOkOOUIS4I8
courses of study or choice of pro profession JMOi profeions ¬
i fession 8B ona is likely to be favorably af affected affected atmeted ¬
fected fectedQuickwitted fectedQukk11tted metedQuickwitted
Quickwitted people should benefit but butthey buttht butthey
they tht may be tempted to say smart smarttilings smartUln stuartthings
things Uln that will pain in others othersNew otber otberi othersNew
i New enterprises new bwineue bJlll eti6 places placesremovals p1a p1arHnOvabi placesremovals
removals alterations anu enlargements enlargementsare ChJa ement3
are under the favor < < of Jupiter in this thisperiod thi3I thisperiod
I period periodI periodThere s sThere
I There is a happy sign over recreation recreationin
I in the t open air and uvcr anything aathn con connected connected connected ¬
nected wlth the land Farmers and all allothers alletlMrtl allothers
others concerned in outdoor occupations occupationsthat occupaUOt18that occupetlonsthat
that bring them near 11e th the soil should shouldbenefit shouldt shouldButldlng shouldbenedt
benefit benefitBnlldtng benedtBuilding t
Building surveying ftne and dealings deltft in inland InIaDd inlaud
land or house IMMI are under good sign signThe 1II signs signsThe 1i 1iTIw
The days cia decrease deer exceeds exe four hour hourthis h4HIOithis hoursthis
this day da There is a a sign Id of far CarPeftIOIU re rePerson isseas
seas seasPersona
Person with this birthdate are un under unI under ¬
I der signs 111 that should make a fortunate fortunatetwelvemonth f fortunatetwelvemonth ltunate ltunatei
i twelvemonth for them They will willpront wiltnodt III IIIprodt
pront nodt by sincerity atneertt ai Pd > d loyalty loyaltyChildren loyaltyCbildren
i Children Chlldr are ar < born today under signs signstbat 8iIDStbat signsthat
tbat promise artistic artl tk talent talentROSES talentROSES talentROSES
ROSES ARE IN VOGUE VOGUEArtlflcial VOGUEArtlftdAl VOGUEArtiliclal
Artlflcial roses arc in great r8At vogue vogueThey V vogueThey f fThe
They The appear aJ P4Ar everywhere in little clue clnsi cluetori
UTB t and nd wreaths of o tiny pinklike crim crimKm cnmJOOn crtmon
Km on ramblers made in Mk k tissue or orri orme orties
ri me paper paperBROCADES paperBROCADES r rBROCADES
BROCADES IN FAVOR FAVORBrocaded FAVORroeat FAVORBrocaded
Brocaded roeat d effects < < ta are advancing advaAcin < < in infavor1 infAO infavot
favor1 favor1not fAO not only for ror rich or massive cod costumes CO COtUntel codtomes ¬
tomes and coats cost but far dressy dr y gowns gownsfor gowns1os owm owmto
for to home or evening wear Some omc of ofthe ofth orthese
th these the btocades bIoCA es are almost a1 1 tJt sumptuous sumptuousin mptuous mptuousIn
in their colorings
I I DAI DAILY cIETY Y FASHION TALK TO REA9ERS READERS OP 01 TH THE TIMES TIM SI
Things hings Planted By An Amateur Gardener Gardener95Proves GardenerProves GardenerProves
Proves Bewildering to Times Puzzlers
I r HE Things Planted PiI by an 11 Ama Amateur A Ateur ¬
THE 1 teur Gardener are creating quite q qA
4 1 a astir astirAnd stir stirAnd t1r t1rDd
And Dd What bat Came Up seems seemsthis ij ijthis I Ithis
this weeks week puzzlers still more bewilder bewildering bewtldelIng benilderlag ¬
ing ingWhy
Why hy whats iIas the matter matterIt malterIt matterIt
i It isnt a hard ha harji pmcle JII3 e at all for th thname tbnan
name name nan of f oreryjpns et ns planted lante i itI very sugv sugvsestlvc II sug sugIgestive
sestlvc 1 of the Harvest reapA reapAMiac rea reap reapMis
Miac Mis 1 Carroll this thl puzzle o la hard hardinsisted baniInsleted bardinsisted
insisted one contestant cont taRt6r O eeoc r the phone phanethis pIIoaethis phonethis
this morning 00111 Ill t0l t 1 you OU why whywent she shewent shewent
went on ooIt It Is because beea there could be bemany MmaD bemany
many maD different answers to a mod many manyof ilia iliaor manyof
of the puzzle numbers Take No 2 for forinstance torIn8lance forinstance
instance Why h I can think of a a halt hlfdozen baltdozen haltdozen
dozen answers to No XoAt NoAt 2 2At
At this juncture I sugseeted that she shedistribute AIHtdistribute absdistribute
distribute all these answers arounl arounlamong arom1amon aroaniamong
among amon those who cant think of a agle sin single siutgle
gle one for No o 2 2 for fo their name is islegion ialesion islegion
legion legionAnd j jAnd i iAnd
And I want to say right here that thatthere j jthere i ithere
there would be te no n fun in t a posxl pu 1 thai thaiwas tbatwall thatwas
was so easy CBS that everyone could gnes gnesit gnJit giwsuit
it Instantly In taJUr and the only chance 1Iaft < < in inwinning Inwinning inwinning
winning a prize would be in the race of ofanswers oran ofanswers
answers an wers to niy th n Y ofUce ofUceI of Ace AceI
I can get them 1 lem em all except that measly measlylittle me8Alylittle measlylittle
little me wrote one contestum con conftdently conIldently
ftdently tnless that Is forgetmenot CorretmenotI i iHowever
I dont know what it can M MHowever beHovever
However this may be she wa wh mis mistaken mistaken mistaken ¬
taken about having gotten ollen them all allbut allbut allbut
but number eleven Just Ju t nine num numbers numb numhers ¬
hers b ra of the twentyfour were correct correctIn
In the answers an ers sent by this overconn overconndent oerconftdtnt overconitdent
dent puzzler puzzlerSo puzzlerSo puzzlerSo
So you s see c quite well n that you are arehardly arena arehardly
hardly na dl expected to get them all cor corroct correct correet
roct reetAnd roctAnd I
And this thl is vory vorrencouragln encouraging for the theplained thedear
dear outoftowIl folk who have com complained cornplalned f
plained that that the th city puzzlers had tn tnadvantaw thadantn the theadvantaiee
advantaw of them the thepiI I IeVfcn I
J believe everybody stands a a prett prette pretty prettybCfl
eVfcn e n lIhop how of o winning one of the three threeprizes threprtzes threeprizes
prizes of 55 5 5S 3 and 2 respectively respectivelythis r respectivelythis pectlelY pectlelYthis
this weak but please reiember rf > lemb1 that thatthe thathe thatthe
the he contest couteatcioses closes at 3 oclock Friday Fridayafternoon Frhla Fridayafternoon
afternoon and do not send in your younsolution yoursolution I Ia
solution a lutlon on Saturday morning morningI ornlng j j
I have had many requests requ t that 1 1puhllsh Ipublish 1 1of 0 0or
publish some ome or the IdeAS Idea of puulers puazlersof
of What IAt Came Up from the Amateur AmateurGardeners
Gardeners strange stran c planting planUn planUnH plantingHere
Here H rc then Is the very er first SOIl j
THE TH TICKLE TIC K L E MOUSE MOUSEAND 10 USE r rAXD
AND ANDHis AXDHis
His Sleepylanu Adventures with Davy and DorfyV Dorfy DorfyBY DorfyPO
BY V ROY RC Rtl l lI THERPORD BAILEY BAILEYCojyrigiit B I37LIU I37LIUCorgt IL V VOJ
Cojyrigiit OJ I > bt 1910 t1C by Roy Rutherford BalUr BalUrWhen BaUeFWhen BaU7iWhen
When Teddy Shot the Chutes t
city Alls not honey thats hiye hiyeshaped hive hlvesit hiveshaped
shaped sit PM you ou know knowItw knowIt knowits
its It all the tit same s m to me if my nose nosetell nOflttdlJl nosetells
tell tells the truth laughed th t the e bear And Amihe AndM And1w
he bum hU I du to th tM beehive tilt Squinka Squinkawith Squtnk1l1th Squthkawith
with 1th one hut tone loa swooping ooptDJ jump bore borethem boreUtPlft borethem
them over the high gates into Int th the perk parkTh perkThe perkThe
Th The Uouee got off off first and stretched atretchfrdhid stretchedhis ret hCod hCodhill
hid tons Ie slender 8I legs Well he said Id
1 br art 18 swittb nwftrhhsck wi trhback ack railwu railways ii loop looptiHHfppc looptb5lfipI
tiHHfppc hiMuith latllNtobwmJNi bwmiMr and shoot ahootthcchutcswhrch
thcchutcswhrch shall be first flr 1 I
Oh slioot shooitliechutes thechutes please cried criedDavy criedDavy criedDavy
Davy 4C7ause eaul ause if we bump the bumps bumpsllpst humps1Ir3t bumpslirat
llpst we w may mK not ot live to tell the th < > tale taleThe t8 taleThe c cTho
The Ticklemouse solemnly pulled out outfoir GutCO1r outfojr
foir gray la whiskers and handed them to tothe totIle tothe
the man at the window like nd e many manytickets man mantlcket manytickets
tickets Thq ma TRap looked J okod a bit surprised surprisedbut surprjeedbut surprisedbut
p but said nothing til Squinks tried to tofollow totoUoW
follow followHere toUoWHere followHere
Here he lC cried you gave cave avc me only onl
four fourHand fourH
Hand H nd him a whisker Squinks Squinkswhispered Squlnkl1 Squlnkl1whispered Squinkswhispered
whispered Willy WI11 And the soulrr squirrel > l
hanaod him a whole h lc handful The Th > ftv 1 ftre
friends stepped stepP + d on n the moving movtn sidewalk sidewalkanil sidewalkanll sidewalkand
and were soon at the top of the slide slid
Look l ok sharp now said the Mouse Mouseboat Mousewhen Iou > I
when hen U ti8v had t takentheir kn rhcfr pIQ places ef il1 thE
boat Teddy red < Jy for or pitys sake leave h ae that
beehive b ehie till were re done shooting shootingit shootingitmakes shootingItmakes it itmakes
makes me nervous n rvous Teddy pretended prf > lendp4 i
to leave it under his seat And no soon sooner s0011or soonor ¬
or were ere they halfway balr 7 down than Willy WI1J W1IIslyly WI1Jslts
slyly tickled the toy beehive to life and andgave j I
gave it ita a poke pokeOwcw pok pokeOwc
Owcw Owc w yelled eU > Teddy rising ti tn up
on the s Mal at ard diving fYinJ headlong out of I
the th boat b at Wilh Will wisely wi elJ pitched the hum humback humming humming
ming hh hire > after him or all the r rest < 5t
w 11M h8 hay bt been > cn stung too I
Then hen thE fun was over and th they y got t
back to the he > nursery a aver very wet t and andweary andw andweary I
weary w Teddy yas is fA there waiting for forthem forthem
them That was a long lo t walk cousin
he grumbled umbled with a sour look at the I IKinnin
Kinnin Innin Willy Will itll Iti be a cold night J h t
fjirthf fir the Wiahingmlce after atel this when wheYTiddya1toote
Teddy Tiddya1toote hoots the chutes again
Cost of This Frock in Three T r e Materials MaterialsFOULARD MaterialsFOULARD MaterialsFOULARD
FOULARD AND CHIFFON CHIFFONSize CHIFFONSize CHIFFONSize
Size 16 z years requires 8 yards s 2iinch 4inch inch foulard foulardfor fouJardfor fouiardfor
for dress at roo a yard 800 J
2 14 yards 4inch Chiffon for tunic at 750 a yd 169 569I
138 1 38 yards ayinch satin for hem facing and andgirdle udgirde tndgirdle
girdle at 6gc a yd 95 955B
58 yard i8inch allover lace for yoke and collar collarat coHafat collarat
at 5 139 a yd v e r 87
4 ornaments for tunic at 480 each 192 592Ladies I ILadies jLadies
Ladies Home Journal Pattern No 5529 zg eo 15 15i558 J JPERSIAN t tis58
is58 is58PE i558PERSIAN
PERSIAN PE SIAN SILK AH CHIFFON
10 yards iginch silk for dress at 5xoo 5zooa 100 a yd 1000
2 14 yards 44inch chiffon for tunic tunic at 750 a yd 169
58 yard point desprit for yoke at 125 a yd 79 79i
i 38 yards 27inch satin at 6gc a yd T 95 95Ladies 95Ladies 93Ladies
Ladies Home Journal Pattern No No 5529 15 J5PLAIN
1358 1358PLAIN 5353PLAIN
PLAIN DRLoS OF SERGE WITHOUT TUNIC
6 yards 36inch or 5 yards 44inch serge at 750 a ayd ayd a ayd
yd 450 1
34 yard aoinch plaid silk ilk for yoke and cuffs at at75C t t7Sc
75C a yd ydi 57 57I
i dozen crochet buttons at 8gc a a dozen dozeni 89 8gI
i patent leather belt at atLadies 19 49Ladies 19Ladiea
Ladies Home Journal Pattern No 5929 5929The S 9 IS ISUo
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The vogue of veiled cUe effects Is shown attractively aUrcttvel In the thrfrock tbrII thefree
frock II Illustrated a tunic closing cIoM at the sidefront t1d rront and 1 d worn wornrer wornenr wornever
ever rer a dress dres also dastng cIJ ID at the sidefront the th waist tucked tuckeden
en fIt tbe shoulder and with round joke the skirt In five gores goresEke gorestue oros orosthe
Eke front ROT gore in 1 r xplait effect and the side and back gOres goreaMghtty gOreshtly goresightIy
Mghtty htly gathered For drossy afternoon or informal evening eveningwear eeningWeAr econingwear
wear the under dress could be of bios and white dotted dottedfoulard dottedQtllard dottedfoslard
foulard or rose ceter ce and Ad taupe Persian silk with tunic of offete ot1I ofWe
fete 1I ae chiffon over the foulard t4 ulard or of gray gra chiffon over the thePersian thePersia thePersian
Persian The lower edge ge of the skirt is perforated peroratodfor for the thefaaMonabie t ttanable thefashionable
fashionable hem facto facl facing g which wl eh should be of r plain satin in ina Ina ina
a harmonising bAnnoRtIn ten t For the yoke oke one of the new fine net netteeos Bet1teu netitces
teeos would b be pretty prett such as lrre Ien princess > r t chanp chaRply chaRplyUte chasL1Iythe ly lythe
the aIM n l laces ces bei be being mere favor d by It the smartest women womenthan wemen1Ma womenthan
than the Ht heavier laoas which sore e in ve vogue ae last season The Theyattem ThetaU Thepettera
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12 15uaaD lasusanii Su an
13 V Good Name for a Bad BadDenttiit nadDentillt BadDentist
Dentist Dentillt14The Dentist14The
14 14The The Tirentythird of Sep September Septrmber Septexnbcr ¬
tember trmber1i texnbcr15A
15 15A A Plant for a llalnr DT DT1ft Da DaI6Tbe Iay16The
1ft I6Tbe The Sigh of a Maiden Locked LockedIn Lockedla LockedIn
In laIThe IniTThe
17 IThe Tbe piece Jece r e of Money Peter Took TookFrom TookFromtbc TookFrom
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18 ISThe The Eighteenth Elgbt cnth Book of Ite IteOld HeOld tleOld
Old Testament Testamentl TestamentIPFbc
19 l IPFbc The Oft Told Tale of an Old OldJoelcer OldJoCker OldJoeker
Joelcer JoCkeroTnnhlt Joeker2oTwiliglt
20 oTnnhlt 2oTwiligltalAu oTnnhltUn TvrlllKM
21 Un An Incentive to a Boys Prank PrankA PrankrA Pranksrii
rA A Puppy rUpp Puppyaa
23 iV Scarlet wr Vrap
24 A Domestic Animal Wnlkias WaIkiu alkl on onIce ODlee on1ce
Ice Iceticn Ii Iiticu I 1 i 1i
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USEFUL US UL RECIPESFOR RECIPES RECIPESFOR RECIPESFOR
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS HOUSEKEEPERSThe j jThe
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generally results from a growth of ofminute ofminute
minute jungoide It t occurs more on onthe onthe n nthe
the shady shad than on the sunny 5Unn side of ofthe orthe otthe
the street If marble be varnished with withsoluble wit withsoluble 1 1soluble
soluble glass or thoroughly oiled it itwill itwtn itwill
will remain clean a long time When the thegreen theeen thegreen
green een deposits have been accumulated accumulatedthey occumulatMthe accumulatedthey
they the can be removed remoT by b applying a apaste aWte apaste
paste Wte consisting of qulcklimo and wash washingsoda washingsoda ¬ i
ingsoda Weak acids are used but butthey butthey butthey
they attack the marble aa well as the thevegetable thevegetable
vegetable growths growthsThe troVothsTh growthsThe I
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by b closing closln up the room and placing placln in incoal Inthe I Ith
th the center nter or It a pan of lighted cnc cLr cLrcoal i icoel
coal on C n which have been thrown some someJuniper sO sOJuniperberries soaeJuniperberries
Juniper Juniperberries berries Leave this in the room roomfor ro roomfor < m i ifor
for a day da and a tt night when the smell smelleffectual smaUI smaUIor smellof
or the paint w will l be gone one ThIS hs als also alsoeffectual
effectual in in removing remoin the odor of o to tobacco tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco from the room roomTo roomTo roomTo j
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ter t < r and oleomargarine oleom rgarlne boil a table tablespoonful tablepoonul tableipoonful
spoonful of each and you ou will find that thatthe hat hatthe hatthe
the butter will m not make much noise nolsebut nol noisebut e ebut
but the oleomargarine will hiss hi and andsputte and1putter andsput
sputte sput tel
TI The life i tifeof tifeofYonrC1othes r of i i t tYour
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t n bt proln prolrnged d a whol whole FC season seasonby on i
by 1 having thent hem properly cleaned cleaneddyeing cleanedand
and pressed Fisher makes a ape spefIa1h apeelalty
fIa1h or t1ol5 and his cleaning and anddeln anddyeing i
dyeing deln methods metho s are the best and andmoat and1nOIt andmost
moat satisfactory SAtls actoI in town Give Givehim Givehim Giveblm
him a trial trialt triolW trialWHFISHER
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of Stiver StiverFour Pour Oclocks Oc1ocksA
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9 The Stamp St8 P Time Borrows from a aauey asaucy
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Juniper JuniperM
M The iji1 h of September S ItemberFal1 Fail Rose
15 A Plant for t r a a Rainy Ram Day Da DayPitcher DayPitcherPlant Pitcher PitcherPlant PiteherPlaat
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M The Tb Sigh of e a Maiden Looked In InForsetmenot 1nJooretmenot InForgetmenot
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17 l The Piece of Money leDe Peter Teek Teekfrom Teekrom Tookfrom
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ta A 3 A Scarlet Wrap WrapLadysmantle WrapLady Ladysmantle mantle mantleA
34 A Domestic Animal Walkin Walking on onCowslip onCOWSlip onsCowslip
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Now ow what dd you think of the things thingsrs thingsfrs thingstra
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a hundred years yearsago yearsagoVllh ago agoWith agoWith
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A ag 1150 of people Jfo > le become b COMe refined IH i feeling feelingand feslinganJ eoltltl eoltltland
and a larger aercenta percentage ercen e OHIDIIteSS ifmiitat ola g In Instincts IRstine instincta ¬
stincts stine and selftah propensitieS propenrttloBad prflpen propensitieSBail UO
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of our asylums a kma for the insane ift nealMl and our ourJails ourJaj ourjails
Jails Jaj they th are s ixiradtee rode to purgatory purgatorycompared 1N1JIa rgatory rgatorycomperod
compared compar with th tl the conditions aurrou wrrouad wrrouadIn aurrounding d dinjr
injr In all insvne people all prisoners prk one OB OBhundred ORe ORehundred onehundred
hundred years a au auPtltc o oPublic 0Public
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festivals but ut public t taste stc ia Iu IutiJi changed changedail
ail Jl this in civiltead cillb communities communitiesVictorious eo communitiesVictorious
Victorious armies used ISC to chain the theconquered theopq theconquered
< conquered opq red men and women ea U S their theirchariot tJteIrchariot theirchariot
chariot s one n nd < J drag d them to through public publicstreets publicstreets WIc WIcstreets
streets to show OOW ho boa artist r at w W1I4f se their tri triumph tdurnPh tn tnumph ¬
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Petty Faults FaultsFound F FauItsPound ults ultsFound
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giness and parsimony of lack of r rnd th thought thoughtand ugttt ugtttand
and nd consideration to b be met et with every everyday everyc1y everyday
day In people peoo who believe they are not notcruel DOtemot notcruel
cruel no not unwind 1I r ind net thooghtlaott tbouthtJe thoughtlesspoe thoughtlesspoele p pple peo peoie
ple ie who call themselves Christians C1ari t1D1 who whowouKl whowould ho hoWouJ41
would be Indignant if aR any ay one doubted doubtedthoir dout doubtedtheir te4 te4thoir
thoir right to the appellation appellationA appeJla Ol OlA
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dependent upon the lesaoiw also e gave at atthe atthe t tthe
the homes of her pupils pu in New ew York Yorkwas Ykwas Yorkwas
was n made dr to o lose > os o3e time awl erne fares by bythree It Itthree
three women wom n of means and position o kion who whocalled whecalltd whocalled
called themselves her tpr patronOn patron DBtronLOn atzwos atzwosOn
On an average of twice fl a t Month at atthe atthe atthe
the lowest calculation one two or all allthree aJtthree aflthree
three of these ladles forgot their lesson lesaonhear hMOnheYr lessonhear
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left word that they were obliged bIied lIgeli to toout so soout goout
out or interred Intor d the teacher they the were weretoo werei weretoe
i toe busy or too HI U or too tired to take takea
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I and minus her car far farSome tan tanI farSome
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I failure to 0 keep an engagement OB engagementwhen eateDt Even Evenwhen ETenwhen
when they sent word by telephone or orcard orcard orcard
card that they could not take the les lesson lesson es esson ¬
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and other specialists ir these lines u have havethe havetbe havethe
the same experiences experiencesFeeling experiencesFeeling Ierleneea IerleneeaFeeltns
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of her patience in calling wHo upon a a woman 1 n
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