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TilE WASHJXGTONITMES 1 WEDNESDAY OGTOBER12 ocrl OCTOBEPJ2191O OBErJ21310 1910 =
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Now Is the Proper Pro3er Time TimeTo TimeTo TinIeTo
To Clear Up GardensF GardensFot Gardens GardensEor
Eor F or An Another other Season SeasonBv
By F H KRAMER
IE summer is past and the floral floralI tIoralIory floralglory
TiE T I glory Iory of o our gardens arden is disap disappearing tUsapJleorlng disappearln ¬
pearing pearln In a bedraggled bedra IOt1 ash fashion lashion ashion ¬
ion the geraniums r ranlum8 may last un until unt unt ¬
t til t a sharp frost fr nips thorn It is l Urn Urnthe tlrnthe tImthc
the canna roots roo wre up UI and wintered Avinteredsafely wintered8aelY wint8redafe1y
safely and the same is true of others othersbut otherabut othershut
but the torch lilies or fiery pokers pokersas
as sometimes call them are in blossom blossomtl boesomt
> tl t and so too are tho white and androsecolored andl and1secoIor
l rosecolored Japanese Japano Japanese e anemones Here Hereand Hereand Hereand
and there are still a few pansies a alitle alt a1e
litle lt sweet alyssum mignonette and andorange andorange andorange
orange marigolds marigoldsThe marlgolcbThe inarIgo1dThe
The time has arrived when wd wdsUould w wflould
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sUould clear our garden of all its by bygone byIone byoDe ¬
gone oDe summer occupants occupan having havingtvcrjthingr havln havlnt havingtvcrytliing
tvcrjthingr t thlng prepared for or the flowers flowersof flowersr
of r another year ear Lho harbingers of ofsirfng ofirfng ofirng
sirfng sirfngThe irfng irfngThe irngThe
The first question que tlon naturally is what to toplant toPlant toiant
plant and that depends on our pocket pocketbook pocketbook pocketbook
book our inclination and taste and the theroom theroom
room in our garden The most popular popularbulba popularbulb popularbuIb
bulb are snowdrops crocuses blue bluesquills bluesquiHs bluesquilis
squills hyacinths tulips and narcissus narcissuswith naretMullwith narefeausvith
with a scattering of other things thingsSnowdrops thingsSnowdrops thingsnowdrops
Snowdrops bloom in late March and andthroughout andtroughout
throughout April Before the snow has hasyet hasHt hasyet I
yet disappeared di ppeered they are here The kind kindcalled kinduBed kindaTed
called Elwesi Elwe8118 is a vigorous grower with withlarge withlarge
large flowers and is inexpensive Inex nlve Plant Plantit I
it You can scatter the bulbs In the thegrass theJrlS8 thegrass
grass or plant little clumps of them in infir Int1u Int1i
t1i fir borders but dont make a bed of oftltrm orthem o othm
them they are neither showy nor apt aptenough aptnough aptenough
enough for that and instead Inltto fl of plant planting ptantIg ant anting ¬
ing the bulbs bul a singly plant them In llt llttlp IIttlr liti lititle
tlp bunches bunch say of three six ten or orTTiorc ornore orliore
TTiorc bulbs together t etMr In this way WR they
look prettier and more natural than thanwhen thanwhen thanwhen
when strewn i inglr filingl filinglBlue slngiyBlue inglrBlue
Blue squills Include the Siberian squill
an interseiy Intor ely blue little 1I Ue flower and aodGloryoftheSnow andGloryoftheSnow
GloryoftheSnow or o Chtenodoxa Chtenodoxaanother Chlonodoxaanoth Chienodoxaanother
another anoth r little Ittut 1ittI Wuebeauty blue beauty with ofth a white whiteeye
eye et These The e bloom through April and andinto andInto andInto
into May 1Ia Scatter them in the grass grassor gra graor graseor
or in little Jitti clumps in the border borderCrocuses bordersCrocuses
Crocuses are the great glory of oar oarllest 081Jlc oarHeat
Heat Jlc t spring their colors are yellow yellowwhite yellowwhite cllow cllowwhite
white blue and purple and white whitestriped whitestriped whItestriped
striped and a d shaded fonts of the last lasttwo la5ttwo lasttwo
two while the blossom are large largebright largebrlKht largebright
bright and extremely siiowy Those Thoseare Theare Theueare
are the flowers so lavisnir lavla11 r used scat scattered scattered scattered ¬
tered in our grass sr grsa s lawns IAW 8 dotted in our ourborders ourbordonr ourborders
borders or for edgings to bulb 1MII beds bedsAs bedsAs bedsAs
As snowdropr squills and crocuses S are arethe areth arethe
the th three kinds of bulbs so much used usedfor u cdfor usedfor
for scattering scattert through tbro our grass rs lawns lawnslet Iawslet lawnslet
let us consider how this thl should fee done doneIt doneIt doneit
It is bad taste and unnatural to scatter scatterthem fJCtterthem scatterthem
them equally equal Iv over the surface of the thelawn theJawn thelawn
lawn like dandelions in neglected neglectedyards nesleeted8nJll neglectedyards
yards 8nJll in May la or oxeye daisies in a hay hayfleld hay1tld hayfold
fold ill n June JuneA JunfA JuneA >
A srrHss ra lawn like a lake of water watershould vaterhoulfl watershculd
should be kept free from encroachment encroachmentBearing encroachmentBearing < neroaehmentBeulnJ
Bearing this In mind scatter the cro crocuses eroCUtieg cr0cuees ¬
cuses and other little bulbs thickly to toward thwani ¬
ward 1 the outer erfcos of the lawns and andalso andalS andalso
also near to shrubs doing this un unevenly UIIenly nitveniy ¬
evenly enly thicker in one place and thin thinner thinner thinner ¬
ner in another just as they might oc occur occur ¬
cur cur in nature natureThe natureThe
The war to ulnnt them is first ft to seat scatter seattor seaticr ¬
ter then over the 1 ground round as you OU wish wishthem wishtheta
them to bo when in bloom then take a adibber adlb adlbber
dibber dlb r and make mak hole in the ground groundthree sroundthnte aroundthree
three to o four Inches l hos deep dropping one oneor oneor oneor
or two into each ach bole then tamp the thesod thesod thesod
sod down wii nat Or lake ak a digging dltctln fork forkMI forkand ok okand
MI and with this I h Is raise ra rsis u Up a corner of the thesod theSOd thesod
sod and set the bulb bull > under lnwt r it Beware Bewareof BewaretUlillJow Bewareof
of shallow planting Iantl especially in stiff stiffland stittIaOO stiffland
land because in such 8U < h cases the winter winterfrosts wlnlerfrosts Inter InterfrMts
frosts and a fl thaws tM are apt to raise the thewilbe thebllt tlebtitw
wilbe bllt btitw richt up out of the x round be before beore beore ¬
fore ore spring 1IJrln much to their tho r injury
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Send en1 your ollr query quer to Question Box LMltor Dud alto he will 111 answer you youpromptly youlrOJu11t1y youpromptly
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Poems Women Should Know KnowProfessional KnowProf KnowPreissalonal
Professional Prof 1ona1 Xurse NurseI u I shall be xlad lad to toPlolish to1lili top1elish
Plolish 1lili h under Poems Women omen Should ShouldKnoiv StlottklKno SbosklinoW
Knoiv Kno any noem that has helped you yout youat
It at t any Rn time over some hard place or orTHn ortcn orbn
THn tcn an inspiration insp l3tJon to you provided the thevers Uteer theverses
vers verses er s are net n t too long This department departmentor
or the Womans omans Pac is 10 acquaint its itsKadtrs Jt JtaF13
Kadtrs 1 td aF13 t with poems which for all time timeJTIVP timeJ timeve
JTIVP J lP l been > een dear to the hearts of women womenand women2nd womennd
and nd which contain an upliftinc thought thoughtIt thoulhLIt
It does not matter Utt r how old the verse versenor vensenor versesfor
nor if the th author is I unknown If they theyare they31P theyare
are dear to you send end them t1 m to 1e ne for all allhnarts aUJPArt allIeatts
hnarts are akin and what has helped you youwill youwill
will 111 heln hem others Yes many of those thoseiviMie thoselhie ennHleetl
iviMie nnHleetl lhie ed in this collection are old oldtime oktime okitime
time poems hallowed by xis 18 all tho thomore thomOrc therore
more > because they have ha lived hfved long 10n and andupliftd aJMlUP1ift sadIphtftd
upliftd UP1ift d the hearts h rts of the multitude multitudeBleaching multitudeBleaching multitudeBleaching
Bleaching Lotion LotionE
K E T L LTho The lotion I am giving ivlnl you youIK youill youIs
IK an astringent a trln = ent and will ill matte the skin skinflrm sKinnrm skinfrin
flrm and whites BWerflower Jllder ow r water 12 12o J JomCII
o omCII mc inccs Eau de cologne 2 i drams tinc tincture tinct ¬
ture t rc of benzoin l ounce cucumber cucumberj cucumberJlIi
j JlIi iifre ire e 3 dram dramThe IrumsThE drainsThe
The cologne and cucumber cL umber juice should shouldl ShOuldFe
l h Fe e mixed tosether flrsrt r 1 then add the theother theother theother
other ingredients The benroln should shouldfc houkladI1
fc bi < add adI1 Hl Uowly wl and the mixture shaken shakenoften shakenften Shakencften
often ften while it Is being added addedUse addedrRE addedtse
Use the th pimple cream given ivcn to Isabel IsabelT IsabelT > l lT
T A little oil of lavender will hasten hastenthe nastlUth hstnthe
the th departure of a both flies and moqui moquiGrated m mosqu mosquIres quI quI1roCf
1roCf 1roCfGrated IresGrated
Grated Orange Marmalade MarmaladeMrs Itarma1adeJlrs IIarmaladeMrs
Mrs L G Gro To everv pound of bitter bitteroranges blUerlran kilteroranges
oranges lran 8 put three pints of cold water atet
crate all th t oranges ornl S you reeuire for the themarmalade themftrtnalade themarmalade
marmalade cover the gratings KrRtin s to keep keep1rom
from discoloring until you are read ready to tose toHie tonec
Hie se them Now cut ut ur the tll seated seatedoranges graterora gratedoranges
ora oranges les in small pieces only taking out outthe outth outthe
the th seeds s I Put those in Ii a saucepan = ucepan with withtft
the tft above proportions of water and boll bollvery bolloery bollvery
I very j slowly < owiy for four and a half lf hour hourthen boorsthen n1 n1then
then strain the th liquor through a sieve sieveto 8i sieveto e eto
to ever ev every o > Riut r11I add one p pound und of lump lumpnicar lumpUCaf humpatesr
nicar now no add the orange e gratings gratingsboll gratingsboil ntJift
boll all together > r for ne hour Bottle Bottleartfl Bottleanft BottleaiHI
artfl seal If properly made ma c this is ex excellent exc encehlont ¬
cellent cellentNumber c cehlontNumber < Jient JientNumber
Number of Bridesmaids BridesmaidsBride Brid BridesmaidsBrideTwo maids maidsBrldcTw
Bride BrldcTw Two or four bridesmaids are aresufficient areofrieient aresufficient
sufficient frieient for a house wedding unlese unlesethe unleeetltf unlessthe
the room in which the ceremony eeremoD fc per pejform p performed r rform
form formed < > d is an a extremely large one Four Fourto Foulto Fourto
to six bridesmaids brid s are the usual num ¬
hers that appear at a church wedding w I II
But it fe all a matter of choice decided decidedupon dcddedupOn decidedupon
I upon by the bride bridej brideObstinate brideObstinate
j Obstinate Freckles FrecklesMary I IMary
I Mary f8ry T TiIuriate Alurtate oramprapla three threequarters threeqUrteMl threequarters
quarters dram lavender water two twodrams twodnmfl twodrtm
drams distilled water eight ounces ouncesApply ouncesApply j jApply
Apply with a brush several times
daily dailyFormula dan danFormula dailyFormula
Formula For Sage Tea TeaG TeaG
G H K ESle Sage tea is made by steep steeping steeplag ¬
lag two ounces of green tea and dried driedsage driedSlu driedsage
sage Slu e in three quarts ef boiling water wateruntil wateruntil 8tee 8teeuntil
until the liquid makes mak two quarts It Itstands Itstands Itstands
stands until cold when hen it is strained
To use the hair must be washed and amidried alMldrIed anddried
dried and the tea is put on evenly at atnight atnight
night llht with a brush repeating repe tR until the
desired shade is attained
1 rr v j BEDTIME STORIES STORIESJohnnie v vJohnnie 6 6Johnnie
Johnnie and Billie Bushytail BushytailBy Bushy tail tailBj
By HOWARD R R GARISCopyria1tt GARIS GARISCopyrlRbt GARISCopyzight
CopyrlRbt 1910 by K It F 5 Fenno Ce CeXVI C CXVIJOHNNIE CoXVI
XVI XVIJOHNNIE JOHNNIE IOHNNIE AND BILLIE ARE ARE SHIPWRECKED
OW where are you going goingj l in
C a NOW 1J j boys asked ask a 5 it e ti Grandpa GrandpaLijrhtfoot GMindpaLiptfoot GrandpaLlghtfoot
Lijrhtfoot Liptfoot as BIllie and andJohnnie andJohnnie andJobnule
Johnnie Bushytail Bu hrlail started startedfront startedff startedroni
front ff roni nl the nest one morning morningWe morMftCco
We co arc going goln to the pond to play playt playsit playSt
sit t being sailors the way the seagull seagulltaught seagulltaught I
taught us answered an werod Johnnie May Maywe KayWe Maywe
we go grandpa grandpaHum grandpaHum grandpaJum
Hum well ahem L Let t me sec re replied re replied replied ¬
plied the old gentleman squirrel and he helooked he1ookod helooked
looked over the tops of his glosses glossesright g1B g1BIght glassesight
right Ight straight at those boy squirrels squirrelsuntil squirreluntil squirrelsintil
until they began to be afraid they theyCouldnt th theyaouldnt y youldnt
Couldnt go Will you be very care careful caretul careul ¬
ful ul asked grandpa grandpaTes grandpaYes grandpaTes
Tes sir they both exclaimed at atonce atonce atunce
once just as quick as quick could be beHum beHum beHum
Hum ha haAhem Ahem Well since you youhave youbave youhave
have learned to jump and dodge be behind bebind bebind ¬
bind trees and climb quickly and andcrack andI andcrack andcrack I
crack hard nuts with your teeth per perhaps 1crhaps perhaps ¬
haps sailing will ill be a useful thing thingto thingto thingto
to know Yes you may mB go goI goI
i
I wish theyd take Jonnie Jonniemunk Chip Chipmunk Chlpmunk ¬
munk with thorn remarked Grandma GrandmaLlghtfoot GrandmaLlghttoM GrandmaLightfobd
Llghtfoot who was greasing the pans pansto IUlnSto
to make a hickory hlckor nut cake ThatdtUd That Thatchild Thatchild
child has worked so O hard she deserves deservesa de erves ervesa
a holiday holidayAw holidayA holidaySAw
Aw A we dont want ant began beganBillie bOJanBillie beganBillie
Billie bat his grandpa looked over overthe oert overthe
the t he tops of oft ofhis t his glasses at him so soquickly soquiekJ3 soquickly
quickly that Billie changed what he hewas hewas hewas
was going to say H and Johnnio finished finishedit
it for him Tousoe Billie was as afraid afraidto afraidto afraidto
to object for fear he couldnt go goYes goYea goYes
Yes Yea Jonnle can come finished finishedJohnnie finished10hnnie finishedlohnnle
Johnnie We Ye will teach her how to tosail toII tq tqsail
sail sailThat II IIThat
That will be nice said Jennie and andshe andshe andshe
she laughed so that she allowed all allher allher allher
her pretty white teeth teethSo teethSo teethSo
So the two little squirrel boys bo s and andthe andthe nd ndthe
the orphan chipmunk chll > munk girl who wash washed washed washed ¬
ed the dishes and swept out the nest nestwent nest nestwent nestwent
went on through the woods until they theycame theyame theycame
< came to the pond Then Johnnie and andBillie andBillie andBillie
Billie showed Jennie how to sit on onher onber onher
her boat with the tail in the air for fora fora fora
a Ball They all got on strips of bark barkJohnnie barkJohnnlr barkJohnnie
Johnnie on a big bl piece pi e Billie on a apiece a apiece apiece
piece that wasnt quite so large and andJennie andhnni andFtnnie
Jennie hnni Chipmunk on a real small smalltiny smaJltin smalltiny
tiny tin little Httl piece of bark just like likethe likethe likethe
the three bears b ars you know Then as asthey a athey anthey >
they started off 0 < Billie began to sing singand sin sinand singand
and he sang sangI
I love to hoar the woodlands bound boundAad bounesee boundluI
Aad see tho flying inl winds blow blewVThat blowhhat blowThat
That hhat isnt right called his brother brotherWhy brothfr brothfrWby brotherWhy
Why Isnt it asked Billie
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Because Bcau e it JenX Thats not the way nac
the seagull sang It Besides Ides you cant can
hear woodlands bound nor see wind
blowing blowingmitted
Well Y H maybe T got It wron wrong ad
mUted Billie Billieyours When that binl comes
back Im going to learn it Come on
lets have a race My ship hlp will beat
yours ours Jennie J JennieThen cnnle cnnleThen
JrbJLth2 Then tb they a all stuc stuck their tI lr tails MP in inas
the < aias ait as far ar a1I they th would go and the
wind w blew ble and they the sailed and thev
saH sailed d and they sailed JI8 kd night across arosti aeroi + s
the little pond they went ont and toward
a little Island that was In the middle
Then all at once just as ouick as you
can put coal on the fire something hap ¬
pened There came a strong puff of
wind Ind and Jennie Chipmunks ship blew blewOh
over and she fell rl right bt in Ute water
Oh save me Save me she cried
and she was so frightened that she for forgot ¬
got ot to smile Besides if she 8h had smiled
her mouth would ould have gotten otte > n full of
water ater so it was a good oo thing thin she > he didnt
smile I think dont don t your yourGet you
Get on my m boat quick caled
Johnnie Its large enough to hold you
Hurry and he > steered his piece pJfC f > C Cplk Cpark
park over to her h r Jennie scrambled Jp
and than thonwell well Im almost afraid to tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you for fear youll worry about it it but
I cant help it aiyhow al ho What should
happen next but that Billies boattippd boattippdover boat tipped tippedover d dover
over and there he was In the water
Save me Save me he cried just Ju t
like Jennie JennieCome JennltCome JennieCome
Come on get in my boat shouted
Johnnie as quick as you OU can < blow blowout bloWout blowout
out a match on a dark night So
Johnnie helped piU Billie up on Mil > i
boat and there tney toe all three wro wroon wroon re reon
on the piece pi e 01 c n bark and I Iguoes 1guoes Iguoes
guoes youre glad it was large enough enoughnow enoughnow enoughnow
now arent you Well they all three threeheld threeheld threeheld
held up their tails and the wind blew blewthem blewthem blewthem
them along aJon and then would you be believe be behove ¬
lieve me what happened but the breeze breezegot breezetot breezegot
got so strong stron that it tipped that piece pieceof pieceI pieceof
of bark over and there they th r ail w wre wrefloundering re refloundering reounderln
I floundering ounderln about in the water and no noother noother
I other boat near at hand to save e them th themOh m mOh
Oh how awfully aw1ull w wet t and frightened frightenedthey frightenedthey frightenedthe
they the were and you know Its quite quiteserious quiteserious quiteserious
serious to be wet and frightened at the thesame thesame theseine
same time timeSwim tim tlmSwim timSwkn
Swim for the island Swim for tho
island cried Johnnie and sure enough enoughthey enoughtht enoughthor
they tht thor all did for it was not very far faroff taroK faroff
off They crawd craw > t out on the land just justas justas justas
as wet as when Kittle falls in the
bathtub and Bill Blllla said with his teeth teethchattering teethchatt teethchattering
chattering chatt inb Now o I spese spes e were ship Hlpwlfcked shipwrecked ¬
wrecked arent we W His brother said
they were and so did Jennie > Chipmunk Chipmunkand Ch Chipmunkand Jmunk Jmunkand
and the th funny funn part of o It i is that they theyreally th threally theyreally
really were shipwrecked on a desert desertisland d desertisland t tieland
island But rm not going inJ to leave
them there like that no Indeed Ind < eci Im ImM rmI1 Imfist
I1 fist M < t You s see e I have to stop this story storyright stor storTight storyTight
Tight here h re but if my typewriter t7pewritcrls t7pewritcrlsorking is isworking i iorking
working orking t vhj h tomorrow night well wellsee wenee wellsee
see what happened 0
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TO T A TROLLEY CUBConductor CAR CARCondu CARConductor
Conductor Condu tor Time Refuses to toWait toWait toWait
Wait for any Loitering LoiteringPassengers LoiteringPass LoiteringPassengers
Passengers PassengersUP Pass PassengersUP ngers ngersUP
UP FORWARD RULE RULEALSO ULE ULEALSO i iI
I ALSO MAY BE APPLIED APPLIEDOn
On the Curves Too Straps of ofFaith off
f 1 Faith Hope and Prayer PrayerArc PrayerArc PrayerArc
Arc Provided ProvidedBy ProvidedBy
By ELLA WHEELER WILCOX WILCOXDID WILCOXDID WILCOXD
you ever think how like a trol trolley irolIe trolIcy ¬
DID D Icy Ie car is t tpe e world If you youwant youwant youwant
want to prewt p pr4 forward to a cer certain certain certale ¬
tain coal you 0tI must waste t te no nohours ftOboun nohours
hours In loitering by the way wayTime wayTIme waylime
Time is passing th thegoal > goal oal is i in the dis distance distance dietance ¬
tance Conductor Time will not wait his hiscar 11 11car hiscar
car of opportunity opportunityHurry opportun1tHurry opportunityhurry
Hurry up Swing on the car earDo carDo carDo
Do not stand find hesitate others oth are arebehind arebehind arebehind
behind you and lId they waRt to board the thesame thesame thesanq
same sanq car carYou carYo carYou
You Yo have no right to Mock their way wayby wayb wayby
by b your iixlectetou iedecIeisnOrby or otJ Wy your 8ur laggardly laggardlyindolence lassardlyindolence haggardlyIndolence
indolence indolenceStep indolenceStf IndolenceStep
Step Stf > P lively livelyAnd lIvel lIvelA1Id livelyAnd
And after you ou are on the ear do io not notmonopolize notmonopolize notmosopolize
monopolize three three seats instead of one oneDo oneDo oneDo
Do not stand at the rower end of th thcar the thecar 1 1CAr
car of opportunity and crowd others othersRoom oth othersRoom n I IRoom
Room Enough For All AllThere AllThere AllThere
There is room enough if you 00 occupy occupyonly occupyOR1 occupyonly
only OR1 the space pa e you have paid for forspace forspacelw space spacefor
for one oneMove onelove I Ilove
Move love up Let others ot n have a chance to tosit tot tosit
sit t or stand in the car with comfort comfortAnd comfortAnd i iAJHl
And when you come to the jolting joltingcurves 8lttngcurV08 elLngcurves
curves where there ta aifflculty lCfteul in keep keeping kcopIItt keeplog ¬
log your feet teetthe the curves of trouble and andhard aJHIbard andhard I
hard times tl e8 and sorrow rro and despair de pair and andworry andworryreniontbsr
worry worryrentOlftber rentomber the car Is provided providedwith providedwith prevldedwith
with straps for your assistance 1l1l tM3DCthe sassetancethestraps tM3DCthe8trape the thestraps I
straps of C Faith and Hope and Prayer PrayerHold PrarerHold PrayerIbid
Hold fast You will soen OO4t PAM the thecurves thecurves
curves and be on the level track tr ek again againspeeding a againspeedIng thej tn tn8PHdInr
speeding to your our goal goalHold goalHold goalHold
Hold fast I say sayMore MY1lore say3lore
More titan half the trouble Irou e and misery miseryin
in the world comes from the t e faUnre of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people to obey these simple plo homely homelyrules IteMelyruleI homelyrules
rules in Lifes Car CarMany CarMany ChrMany
Many Blame the Maker MakerThousands MakcrThoysands MakerThousands
Thousands of individuals f who have havesimply bavemply havesimply
simply mply stood on the corner iutA let car carafter earafter carafter
after car of Opportunity pass are blam blaming blamIng blamlug ¬
ing fate for their failure m In life HfeOthers H HOthers lifeOthers
Others have blocked the doorway do way and andembroiled aDdcmbralled andembroiled
embroiled themselves in j jquarrels Alspute tI tIquarrols ad adquarrels
quarrels through their own disagree disagreeable dlll8greeaDie disagreeable ¬
able and shortsighted bort ighted methods and andMamed aadblamed andblamed
blamed the world orld for their unpopularity unpopularityafterward unpopularityafterward unpopularityafterward
afterward afterwardThousands afterwardTheueaooe afterwardThousands
Thousands arc refusing to move up upand uparid
and 00 arc keeping their fellows from find finding findlog ¬
f ing a seat by b their selfish monopoly of ofearths 01prirll8JeL orertks
earths privileges privilegesAnd prirll8JeLi privilegesAnd
i And millions of sadfaced mortals are arecrying arecrYing arecrying
crying out against t the discomforts and anddangers andda nd nddangers
da dangers ers of Lifes Car and blaming the theMaker theI theMaker
Maker I ker for or their bruises while they the have havefailed haYefailed havefailed
failed to see e or refused to grasp the thestraps thetrape theswaps
straps of of Faith and Hope riaced at attheir attheir attheir
their disposal disposalThe d1po disposalThe I ITbe
The car is all right my flondn the theMaker thetaker theMaker
Maker taker of the car is not at fault ault the thegoal theoal thegoal
goal oal awaits you Hurry up Step lively
Move up Hold fast fastCopyright fastCopyright fastCopyright
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Lyennaise L8ftRa Potatoes YaM Radish RatllHS RatllHSTbln s sThin sThin
Thin Com Broad Cocoa CocoaJ COCMJjUNCHEON CocoaI4UNCHEON
J UNCHEOK JjUNCHEONfiIt I4UNCHEONMoat UNCHEOKMeat
Meat fiIt Loaf sliced Lettuce Sandwiches SandwichesProspect Sandwich SandwichesProspect 3 3Prospect
Prospect Pudding en Casserole CasseroleGinger Ca CasseroleGinger erole eroleGiA
Ginger GiA or Waters Tea TeaDINNER TeaDIN TesDINNER
DINNER DINNERSteamed DIN DINNERSteamed ER ERSteamedBa5
Steamed SteamedBa5 Base Lfjmon on antI Egg Garnish GarnishCorn GanllshCorn GarnishCorn
Corn Cubes CubesSpiced CubesSplcod CubesSpiced
Spiced Baked Squash Chard Hold HoldMaraschino Moldara lold loldMaraechino
Maraschino ara hlno Cherries with English EnglishWalnuts Engllehalnuts EnglishWalnuts
Walnuts WalnutsFrench WalnutsFrench alnuts alnutsFrench
French Dressing DressingVanilla DreseingVanilla DressingVanilla
Vanilla let Cream Balls Lady Fingers FingersSprang FingersSp FingersSp
Sprang Sp ing n Water WaterPjoejsept WaterrQPect Vatero
Pjoejsept o t Pudding Rul3dlngFfll Fill the baking dish dishab dl5habQllt dishab4Lu
ab abQllt at MIC full with corn bread broken brokenin brokenIn brokenin
in pfecfeg prec put in a pinch of soda pour pourbolJIpg vourboJJwg dourbofljpg
bolJIpg water lt r over it drain leaving the thecrumbs thecrumq8 thecrumks
crumbs m moist lst Sprinkle with sugar and andadd andadd andadd
add avlittle butter then put a good layer layerof ll layeref er erof
of wellseasoned apple sauce over it itStir ItStir ItStir
Stir together two wellbeaten eggs gs a acup aup anp
cup up and a half bal of milk a good grating gratin gratinnutm gratingpf
of pf nutmeg nutm and sugar as required Pour Pourover Pourover Pourover
over the whole and bake from onehalf onehalfto
to threequarters of an hour hourCorn bourCorn hourCorn
Corn Cubes CubesPut Put in a double boiler one onepint onepint onepint
pint of sweet milk and six tablespoon
fute of corn meal salted cook onehalf
hour then turn into a bread pan and andmold andmold andniold
mold When en c cold ld turn out cut into intocubes Intocubes Intocubes
cubes and cook ook In boiling fat fatNote tatot6Thc fatNoteThe
Note ot6Thc The meat of the pineapple Is Isused IsWlcd isused
used In salad for luncheon the first day dayand dayand dayand
and the juiee with a little butter sugar sugarand sugarand sugarand
and corn starch to thicken is boiled five fiveminutes fivemlnutQ8 fiveminutes
minutes and used with the cereal cerealfor cerealforbreakfast for forbreakfast forbreakfast
breakfast the second day da The remains remainsof
of tile corn bread is used in the Pros Prospect Pr Prospoet s spect ¬
pect Pudding PuddingNote PuddingXotc PuddlnLNotc
Note 2 2If If the sliced meat loaf is not notdesired notdesired notdesired
desired for luncheon it can be used for fordinner tordinner fordinner
dinner the thescond second day da instead of fish fishVELVET fisbVELVET fishVELVET
VELVET FRESHENED FRESHENEDBY
BY HOT PRESSING PRESSINGVelvet
Velvet which creases creueaand and marks so soeasily soJasti soeasily
easily Jasti may be freshened by pressing pressingand prc pressingand ing ingand
and steaming steamingTo steamlnhTo steamIngTo
To stORm velvet olace I3 > laee A damp muslin muslincloth mU511ncloth muslincloth
cloth over the under side of a a hot iron ironwhich ironwhich Ironwhich
which has been turned turned with Uh the fiat side sideup sideup sideup
up on a table Hold the velvet elvot with withboth withbotb withboth
both hands and draw It gently over the thecloth tbecloth thecloth
cloth allowing the steam to go through throughthe througbthe throughthe
the velvet As tho muslin cloth dries driesmove driesmove driesreeve
move another portion over the Iron and andrepeat andrcpe andrepeit
repeat rcpe t this until the steam has raised raisedthe raisedtho raisedthe
the pile of the velvet to a natural con ¬
dition Do not touch the surface or pile pileof pileof pileof
of th velvet until It is thoroughly thoroughlydl thoroughlydlas dry dryas dryas
as th thc fingers will leave an impression
1
To ores n plaits in a velvet skirt is i a i
difficult undertaking for an inexperi inexperienced InexperlenCtd Inexperienced ¬
enced person The plaits should be
basted with a silk ilk threa4 then held taut
In the air by two persons one at each eachend eachend eachend
end of the skirt Next lay a a damp cloth clothover clothover clothover
over the velvet on the wrong rong side and andpress andpt8S andpress
press with a hot ot iron The velvet elvet can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be pressed on a table > as It would
flatten the pile pilee pileI
e pileitIj Special Spcci 1 for f Saturday Salwday SaturdayiIl
itIj iIl October 15 15We 15I 15iZA
71
I I iZA We will 111 sell glaced glacednuts glacednuU
t nuts at 50c Oc a box boxThi boxs
I r s Thi ThLt is th the most deli delicious deUctoOP deliclone ¬
clone confection conrr tlon made
1225 T St t KW KWmm 1 W Wf I
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CJAILY DAIL 1 FASHION TALK TALKTO t I ITO ITO
< < TO TIMES TI TJMt5P1LXDU3 ES READERS II
Frocks that are aremade aremade aremade
made In Empire Empirestyle Empire8tyl Empirestyle
style 8tyl arc always alwayspretty alvayaprctty alwaysprcty
pretty for or the tiny tinychildren Un Unckildton tinychildren
children and thIs tfctedainty ttd ttdAO thIsquo
quo AO igoora IespectaIy IespectaIydainty Icially Iciallydainty
dainty The ma material materfal materm ¬
terial term is fine white whitetnweerizcd whiteptCO1iZC1 hlte hltettwcerizcd
tnweerizcd lawn lawnand la lawnsad vn vnand
and the trimming trimminKlaoe trlmmtnJlace trimminglace
lace and beading beadingThe boadnJThe beadingThe
The beadlHK beadt beadtnF 1 1threaded tthrcadod Is Isthreaded
threaded with rib ribbon rib ribbon ribhon ¬
bon which illicit termi terminates terinw termittes ¬
nates in a big bl ro rosette roI5ctte rosette ¬
sette Tills same eamemodel samemod samemodel
model mod t can be used usedfor Wiedtor usedfor
for a simpler frock frockhowever frockhoever frockhowever
however with the thebeading th thbeatllft thebeading
beading beatllft omitted omittedand omttt omittedand 00 00and
and the neck made madehigh madehigh madehigh
high It can CRgathored be begathered begathered
gathered at the ti tiner Uf Ufper upper
per edge in place placeof pIa placeof e eor
of being tacked tackedand tuckedand
and when made in inthis Snthis
this way becomes becomesadapted becomesadapted becomesadapted
adapted to morn mornins mornIng mornlug
ins wear and for forany forany forany
any simple childish childishmaterial ehlkll childishmaterial b bmelertaJ
material For the theafternoon theattensoon theafternoon
afternoon dress em embroldored eIPbroldered embroidared
broldored muslin muUnliked in inliked Isliked
liked as well as asplain vIkiln asplain
plain lawn ICl wn and the thedrees thfodrus thedress
dress can be mad madwith made 1II8dewith madewith
with cither I the I H Hsquare Rsqure asquare
square or high highneck hI hIneek highneck
neck or with either eitherlenj ottherleAI eitherlong
long or elbow elbowAleovec e elbowsleeves I b 0 08Iee
sleeves 8Iee If sofn sofnthtnc some something e ethlnt
thing very pret pretis Prtttw PrtttwIa piettiIs
is wanted hound floiininp ou ouin hounding
inp in of white lawn lawnwith 1 lawiwith WII WIIvith
with the yoke of ofallovor ofanover ofalovor
allovor embroid embroidery embfoIdcry embroldcry ¬
cry In some ome pretty prettYdesIgn
desIgn de ceuid c uid be bew beWMd besasil
w WMd d The dress is isstraight iiistraight isstraight
straight at th the low lower lewer lower ¬
er edge > conse consequently contNqUCRtJy coneequontly ¬
quently it can be behemstitched bphemstitched behenustitched
hemstitched if ifttked if1tked ifliked
liked ttkedPar 1tkedFer likedFor
Par a child of oftwo ortwo oftwo
two years ye n of ae aeS age ge geS
S yards 6r f matertaJ mat IU
24 4 or 27 2 yards yardsor It Itor
or IK l yards 44 44inches 44Inche 44Inches
inches wide wide ft vltJa a ills ills4S
4 4S yards of band bandin ba bandlog JK4 JK4lng
in log and 1 yarde yardeof yardeOf yardsof
of beading beadingThis beadingTbls bondingThis
This May 18 M 3fahtes 3fahtespattern Iart Iartpattern iton itonpattern
pattern No o fttS fttScan IIZ5ea IIScan
can ea be purchased purchasedat
at GoWenbergs
Cost of This Dainty Frock Frockin Frockin
in Three Materials MaterialsFRENCH MaterialsFRENCH MaterialsFRENCH
FRENCH LAWN
2 yards of French Lawn 250 250yard 2SCard 25Cyard
yard ard 050 050jfc
jfc 4 yards of laco lac insertion 8c 8cyard Scyard 8cyard
yard yardI 36
1 138 38 yards of beading sc yd ydTotal 08 08CHAMBRAY oSTotal
Total 94 94qHAMBRAY
CHAMBRAY
3 yards of chambray isJSc yd 038 038
4 yards of embroidery inser insertion insertion insettion ¬
tion IDC yard 45 45 45I
1 138 38 yards of embreidery bead beading beadinz beadjug ¬
jug lOC yard i iCASHMERE 3 3Total
Total g gCASHMERE
CASHMERE CASHMEREa
2 yards of cashmere cashmere soc oc yard5ioo yardioo4i
4i 4 yards of lace insertion insertioncream insertioncretlm insertioncream
cream 250 yard yardTotal 125 125WHAT 125Total
Total 225 225WHAT 225WHAT
WHAT THE VARIOUS VARIOUSSHOPS VARIOUSSHOPS VARIOUSSHOPS
SHOPS ARE SHOWING SHOWINGSailors SHOWINGSaUors
Sailors and turbans of felt elt trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with deftly draped scarfs will bo boworn bQworn b0worn
worn this autumn autumnThe autumnThe autumnThe
The sudden and enormous popu popularity popularity popularity ¬
larity of somber aomber satin hats must mustsooner mustsOoner mustsooner
sooner or later result In their down downfall dovnfall downfall ¬
fall Too many are wearing them themfor tbemfor themfor
for the vogue to continue long longThe Ion longThe
I IThe
The coat of bright bright cerise is popu popular popular ¬
lar for evening wear and is often oftenmade ottenmade oftenmade
made in chiffon or moussellne with withselftone withselftone I Iselftone
selftone embroideries and a touch > f fblack fblack i
black somewhere by b way a of relief reliefPeasant reliefPeasant
I IPeasant
Peasant aprons so called are aredainty aredainty aredainty
dainty gifts for the young youn rvotnan nan or ormatron or1 or1matron II <
matron They The are worn en many manyoccasions manyoccasions
occasions in the borne A pretty prett use useis U1Mis useis I
is when serving 5 i oclock te teBlack tea teaBlack teaBIac1
Black velvet elvet hat facing will be beeven beeven beeven
even more more popular on autumn hats hatsthan hatsthan hatsthan
than It has been on summer millinery millineryThe millineryThe millineryThe
The The broad brimmed white beavor beavorhats beavorhats beaverhats
hats which may be worn with droop drooping droopInb droopIng ¬
ing brim or coquettishly caught u uto ull ullto uto
to one side are becoming to the theaverage theaorage theaverage
average small child Flowers as well wellas wenas wellas
as ribbons are used for trimming on onsome onsome onsome
some of these dainty affairs affairsJapanese aftalrJapan affairsJapanese
Japanese Japan wash 2Sh silks in new designs designswith designslth designswith
with lth rather wide stripes on a a white whitebackground whitebackground hlte hlteback
background back round < are thirtytwo inches wide j
I Yasstnsna4
tgtatvs iusagua iusaguaI
I These silk stockings stockingsare
are guaranteed against againstany againsttiny againsttIny
tiny imperfections of ofmanufacture ofmanufacture ofmanufacture
manufacture by bythe bythemakers the themakers themakers
makers makersSWWIum makersiIr makersHoscry
SWWIum SWWIumHosiery iIr aUum aUumHosiery
Hosiery Company CompaDYP94uc Companybsuya5
P94uc o o1MMrj
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2 1Da Eait > ail l > Horoscope HoroscopeThe
The stars tara Incline but do not notcompel Dotcompel notcompel
compel compelThursday compellhurda compellhuradsy
Thursday lhurda October 13 13 1910 1910t 1910HE IDI0t IDI0itt 1910I 1910Meesdug
t
Meesdug itt loves path path8taa4s pathStan4s
8taa4s jea jealesy and trails ft2hTHE trailsd7HE
THE d7HE HE Moon in greatest reatest llbration llbrationwestward Ubratienanl
5 westward anl is in a sign held of ofeld orY ofd
eld d by Y a 4itrw astre4egy tre4ogy I to Indicate danger dangerfrom dangertrOIR dangerfrom
from temptation t6IR ttefJ especially in the theforms theforms I Iforms
forms of dissipation pet1on a and 4 idleness in Inellb Inslicing j jellning
slicing ellb certain temperaments to re reJect regiect j jgleet
gleet Ject work and health or to pestp1 pestp1important oate oateImportant tle tleImJHrtaRt
important matters for no adequate adequatereason adequa adequarea3Gn adequatoreason
x xVenus
reason rea3GnYeaus reasonVenus
Venus and Mars hold places that thatwarn tkatwam thatwarn
warn lovers awl married persons personsagainst personsagainst I Iagainst
against YPxtae vexIn P each other giving way wayto wayto I
to wrath flirtation disputes about abouttrivalitiee aou aoutrlvaJtU abouttrivailties
trivalitiee trlvaJtU and petty pett teasing teasingPer t teasingFor asln I
Per Fo calm capable and strong char characters charactors ¬
actors ae n the aspect poet is unusually uftwuall good fa favoring favoring favoting ¬
voring tbeii courtships oou zblps or weddings weddingsThe ve weddingsThe ld < s sThe
The sign today is excellent a eneat for wets women wontI wontIen wetsen ¬
en especially favoring avori f shopping dress dressmaking dressmaking ¬
making and household entertainments entertainmentsIt entertai mentg
I
It is good also for visiting vlctin = amusements amusementsgenerally amusementsgeneral1 amusementsgenerally
generally and singing dancing mad art artSurgeons artSurgeons rt rtSur
Surgeons Sur nc physicians oculists oculs dentists dentistsand detttttsand dentistsand
and chemists ts are under very ry forceful forcefuland forcefuland forcefuland
and inspiring rule rul according to astrol astrology astrologY ¬
ogy
The The sign is good for engineers smiths smithsmetal smithsmetal smithsmetal
metal workers ingenious persons Pfr oR sol soldiers soldter aoltIters ¬
tIters sailors all who use heat h at for food foodstuffs foodstuffs foodstuffs ¬
stuffs perfumers florists salespeople salespeopleand wcspooplend salespeopleand
and nd decorators decoratorsThere decoratorsThere decoratorsThere
There is a malignant malt R8nt sign ign over deadly deadlyweapons deaelyweapons deadlyweapons
weapons weaponsUranus weaponsrranus weaponstranus
Uranus and Neptune X ptune are in places placesneW p1ac placesheld s sheld
held to signify permanence and success successfor 8UC zuccesfor eet I Ifor
for things thtft out of the common routine routineunusual routineunusual routineunusual
unusual attempts and studies and andagreements aada andagreements
agreements a eements made today toda to settle long longstanding loagstandIng longstandIng ¬
standing feuds and quarrels quarrelsIt
It is a a good day generally te arbitrate arbitrateor
or otherwise make friendly settlements settlementsof
of matters J08tt r in dispute disputeAn disputeAn disputeAn
An excellent sign is over engaging engagingmen engagingmen engagingmen
men or women orn8 for any an purpose purposePoulterers pu purposePoulterers c cPoulterers
Poulterers and a td others concerned with withflying wlUfirt withflying
flying firt creatures creatures are under good signs signsThose signsThose
Those whose birth date this is will willprobably wlJlVrokbly willprobably
probably gain during the twelvemonth twelvemonthby
by b doing doIn xood z ood and acting discreetly dlecreetl in inmatters
matters of dispute disputeChildren disputeCblldren disputeChildren
Children are born today under aspects aspectspromising aapectnpromising
promising the ability abint to become great greatpUblic greatpublic
public benefactors benefactorsHOW benefactorsHOV benefactorsHOW
HOW TO MAKE WAFERS WAFERSWafers WAFERSWafers VAFERSfeu
Wafers feu are too ethereal to be taken takenseriously takenMrioU takenseriously
seriously MrioU ty but they are all right as a adelicacy adeUeacy adelicacy
delicacy Make Iak a paste ot one cup ¬
ful of flour tat has been sifted at atleast at1east atleast
least twice a teaspoonful of baking bakingpowder bakingpowder
I
powder a spoonful ot sugar a very verylittle verylittle er erlittle
little salt and the smallest smal1 tquanUt quantity quantityof I Ior
of milk possible to make into a paste pastaRoll pasteRoll 1
Roll wafer thin sprinkle Srrlnkle with granu granulated sranulated ranu ranulated ¬
lated sugar roll rol again 3 aIr cut Into Intosqnares Intosquares i isqnares
sqnares and bake five minutes The Thesugar Thefiugar Thesugar
sugar may bft omitted In making makJn makJntboln
them and sprinkled over after aft r they theyare the theare theyare
are done >
If cOta11ut cOta11utSi11 Nllu NlluilkJ05i
Si11 ilkJ05i IIosi
Pure Silk Hosiery ouch as we wemake wemakc80 wemakeeo
make makc80 oo far excels exce1sall cxcclssll4enear cxcclssll4enearsilk all the enear eneari1k near nearsilk
silk i1k substitutes that the extra extracoat extracost extracost
cost is nothing nothingBriltienl nothingBrillitmf nothingRrzThcnl
Briltienl luslrotia durable eco economical cconomlazl ceonomlcol ¬
nomical nomicalTo nomlazlTo nomlcolTo
To 5e t team in place of lisle lisleAny l lisleAny lc lcAny
Any good dealer in thin
city citywill ci citywill r rwill
will gladly glndlyshowyou show you McCallum McCallumSilk McCallumSilk McCallumSilkHosieryorwillget
Silk SilkHosieryorwillget Hdaiery H aiczy or orwilI will get them for foryou foryou foryou
you on request requestOar rcquestOar requestOurliosiery
Oar Ourliosiery hosiery is never neversodwjtlj neversodwjtljout told ol with without without
out this guarantee envelope
I If you have nave difficulty in getting gettingMatched gettingMatched gettingMatched
Matched Mending l1endin MendingSiin Silk in the thezuar SUM them the names of local IocaIdeaera IocaIdeaerasfltee dealers dealersalee d cra craantee
antee alee envelopcvith l every pair pan r may be had by writing w ting to toMcCALLUM toMcCALLUM toMCCALLUM
McCALLUM HOSIERY CO Northampton Mas MasLoryerf Mass MassLarc3l MaszLarc
Loryerf Larc PnJacen ef ofSIlk Silk Hosiery H Jlct In the WorlL WoriLI
I
This ThisWeeks Weeks Puzzle PuzzleNo P PuzzleNo zzle zzleNo
No More Diffic DifficJust Difficu Difficu1Just iir iirJ
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4 By FRANCES CARROLL CA RotL
T REALLY b believe Ueve e yen Y9 are arei a fladfns ftA4l g tits titsI2zzlo j jI
I I I iwzzio herder hirde than Uta umtal 1 this week weekWh wodiI weekWhy
I Why Wh I cant e4ui understand iJeJst3D4 It Itto song 5oeM8to songto
to me easier ofut r than many I of 1 th die dieties wys wysties mysties
ties you have Ita YO had at prevteee JMfW times but butthen utUlen butthea
then I am no setrto MlYteg It as nomo somebody MM81te4yremfn somebodyreminded > < y yreminded
reminded remfn ed me yesterday yesterdayYou ye yesterdayYou I IYou
You knew anything seems easy to toyen j jyeu Iyou
you after you ou knew the answer a wer I wa watold C was wastold t
told toldI toldI toldI
I dont howe the UreuMo e to in a adlflieult mre mredifficult mar mardifficult
difficult puzzle thV tItt weftk wFfk however howeverIt Mr MrIt
It seems to n me e to extot Mt to the fact factthat factt facttuat
that t at The Things Thllt Planted Pklltd by an Ama Amateur AJRILt AmatOur ¬
tOur t 1 Gardener is just a little NW different differentconundrum 411fteatconloocvlR dilferentconVndrune
conundrum from the ether puzzles we wehave wehave
have had which iateh has a made It seem hard banter barcler harder ¬ 1
er than it really is isAnyway IsUtYW3 isAnyway
Anyway there has net yet ytbee been beensingle a asingle i
single wholly kelly correct solution of Ute I
harvest reaped from this curious sew sewtagr aewm aewIt sowlug
lug m
tagrIt
It is 1 a fortunate lrtu ate thin thing that the condl condltkwvs COIIdtj coadition
tkwvs tion governing governn the winning VRS ot the thrpfc thrpfccash da dacash thru thrucash
cash prize ef r 5 5 ta a and do net re require re refluke roquke ¬
quire that any solution doe of the pvszle be beentirely beentirely beentlreiy
entirely correct correctThe eoneetThe sorrectThe
The three most nearly correct eOnt an anspectrvo an21er8 asswers
21er8 will Ite aw3 M the pesos lire Irrespeetho lireSpecttvo
spectrvo of their t r doAcioftcte daAeJOReIeaSo dodcioadeaSo
1 So now It you have net sent at in your yoJruttoA youroluton I Isolution
solution uttoA yOu will stand JJta ssan verV sver chance hi hatlte inrite I Ithe
the world of DebIt ee ef th the thesiiiners nns nnswinners IKUe I
winners winnersproven siiinersAnd
And Rd the very eo fact that t the zIe has INisproen hasproven
proven generally genera dtficult ot solution OItEi solutionshould j jto
Ei IJe a trcmeRdout e encouragement
to these the tho e who are stil stilt holding back
their solutions because they are not notsure DOtIhlTe notsure
sure of certain numbers
There have ae been no two ideas of what whatcame whatCaine bat batcane
came up 1P in the amateurs garden gardenamong gudenamons gardenamong
among many hundred which haY bar0 been toeenaHke taftke beenalike
alike aHkeMrs alikeMrs
aftkers
Mrs rs Evelyn eIn B B Davis writes vfit n me e kind ¬
ly I appreciation of the puzzle corner I Iam t21ft Iam
am giving you her letter beams it itseems it8eents Itseems
seems te be expressive of the tb ptolon of
the entire puzzle MIZ circle drdowere v
We were deelighted writes Jerei Jereioid Mrs 1Ii
Dats when W we t1lfned 0 the WOlll2D
Page In The Sunday TtIlMfl to ilud UM theold
old familiar puzzle again Chivalry is isan Ialt isan
an interesting interetht subject but there tiler is i no noother DOIMher noether
other corner that is so interesting fnt as asthis asthis asthis
this puzzle corner of yours yoursLong 00 00LOG I ILows
Lows LOG may it live HveI lveI liveI
I inclose l eIo e my solution to the curious curiouscrop eurioucrGP curiouscrop
crop but I think it would take a very veryompetent
competent gardener eoer to harvest harvestplanting rY8fIt sOck a aplanting
planting Ung
The following folJowi IK Mrs Davis s idea of
What Came Up from tr the Amateur
Gardeners Gard ers planting
1 1The The Brown Eye of aa enSpring Enehaatr EneBaDUeYI
Spring Sprin Beauty
2 2The The Queen of Spams s Work edt Bas ¬
ket kttSpanl ktSpanIsh Spanish h Moss MossS MosseA o oAt
S eA A Granolithic Graa4 ltthlc Pavement PaVMQeatSMeet PavemeetSa Shamrock
4 4Sorrows Sorrows Swift Sbaft4Vater Water ater Cress
S GIrls Girls Who Watch the Danctag Until
the Ball Is Over OverWalifiewers OverWalifiewersGiris rWaU Wallflowers WallflowersGirls ewcn ewcn5Glrls
5Glrls Girls Who Milk i k at Sunup hi Palls Pallsof Pailsof
of Silver SUverButtercu SUverButtercuA StiverButtercups StiverButtercups7A Buttercups Buttercups7A
7A A Prodigal Son SeaW SonWandering Waaderteg ertag Jew JewS Je JewSMargaret
S S SMargaret Margaret fating Walnut Mar MarguerUtes Xa XalUerUtes Marguerittes
guerUtes
Poems Women W WomenShould Din en Should Know KnowEditoris Kno I Ii IEditorb i
Editoris Editor Note Every poea pM whiek wki win spy appear tar in tins series sesssisLona sesssisLonathat TS one onet i itJaat
that has ltrougllt 3 tar throb of hope M a ik tkreb ofCRN of t CMitvge tuess a throb t rolt8f W e s Mppi Mppiness J p pthe
ness or of iBspiratiou to SOtse e hitsit JIewt la 1 dipin aM a sating satingI
I the t e series you cannot afford agQ ti to miss missLITTLE ifliSS eM eMLrITL member memberLE7TLE I
LITTLE LrITL BY LITTLE
f ITTUS b7 y Mttl il taw the ttae goes geesSMrt goesI
LITTLE I I by by1i > I II
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JeagJK Magn hetig t you sg sgLittle g gGone gLittle
Little Ity tttlesR boar a day dOQaoae dayGone
Gone with ttla tile years that s Asss v vaaj vaajtailed va vaI van vanisSued
I tailed away awayLittle awa7Little swayLittle
Little 81 y little th t the ra nee e is isTrouble la aa J JTrouble
Trouble and waiting and teD are aredon aredORe aredone 1
don done doneLittle el elLittle
J JLittle
I ILittle
Little by little lItt the skies grew dear dearLittle dearLittle
Little by little the sun c comes es near nearLittle nearLittle ear earLittle
Little by little the days SMile out ovtGladder et etGladder outGladdhr
Gladder and brighter en pain and anddoubt a adoubt anddoubt
doubt doubtLittle doubtLittle doubtLittle
Little by little the seed we s MW MWInto sewInto w wInto
Into a beavtif beBMttal yield will grew grewLittle grewLittle
Little by 8 little the t e world grows strong strongFighting trfNt strongFightIn 1
Fighting the battle atUe of Right t and andWrong aMrong andWrong
WrongCLEAN Wrong WrongCLEAN rong I ICLEAN
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