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8 THE WASHINGTON W ASIIIGTO TIMES 3IONDAT lIOXDA Y OCTOBER 21 21 1 1910
CHARACTER CHARA CHARATEROF TER OF CHILD CHILDAFFECTED CHILDAFFECTED CHILDAFFECTED
AFFECTED BY MOTHER MOTHERFancied MOTHERFancied
Fancied Slightandealousies Slights nd nq Jealousies If Encouraged In Early Earlyv EarlyLifeW EarlyLife
v v vLife
Life LifeW Ap A Pj > fo Make l hakePetulant kep Pefulant tltlant and Intolerant Woman of oflfitl oftt ofle
> lfitl le tt Girl G I W Who vfi Otherwise Would Be Different DifferentBv
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Bv By FRANCES CARROLL
ARTH ARTHA came eA me borne me from school schoolwith ICbOolwth schoolwith
M with with a petulant pt tale of fancied fanciedslights tancl9ds fanciedslights
slights s hts ii4w1 and h41 injuries injuriesHer fnJuti fnJutilie htturiealies
Her lie weak we mother listened to tore t6t1 tor
t1 re 1dtal r ital interrupt Intt > rruptjit the little girl girlAnd girlt11 girlt
t t11 1Iq1It mictlnarctlOne mictlnarctlOneArid tiodlr tiodlrnd
And nd w oa e MarthK 3 + rtha hA k yz ttaa tkBOUgh her herIcTi herln herItng
IcTi Itng recftaf rE < iar l touTd bdid easfly have haYebee been con conclt condnu con8crlscd
clt dnu 8crlscd nse a into pne word JealousyTcacher Jealousy Jeawu8Ylarhfr JealousyTtarher
Ttarher Itttea 1kes Mildred Keen KeeQil better batterthan betterthan betterthan
than me anVifUte asht tJM be marks her loin better bettercrt betterNt betterarc
crt hor leatK IfllllCtWf mi too the little girl H Hf In Int int
f td t d vrx gaSdi rtitog 11 ig < her mothers JllOth s aym aymrTtb aamlIUHtk tgymi3thtk
rTtb lIUHtk tlc fate the the while and enlarging enlargingirfin enlargingLIn enlargingp
irfin p m her story stoi of fancied tabcledrvprttlam tabcledrvprttlamJt11 favpr tom Isinv tomvjtii
vjtii v ins eat each al1 i r MlMdtltJonoC ilJlition tition of the story > until antiInut untilSlr unUIIP
Slr IP nut yDly nly jiad pad ad persuade l the mother motherto
to believe b Jlee it all true true but wan wa quite quiteure flulteur quiteure
ure ur herself that she was wa a perfect perfectliiv perfect1i
liiv 1i martyr martyrIt martrIt
It takes no special foresight torMl ht to see seeKiat sees e eIat
Kiat s Iat at was the etfeet oot of such a course courset COUIMrr courseurn
urn t rr on n the th young character so plaatlc plaatlcat
at the tl1 a age e el f nine f in her h r mothers motherskccjiinp mothershping motherskeping
kccjiinp kccjiinpSure hpingfurc kepingre
Sure re of the ease with witkjlch ich she e ceuldTrey c CfHIkl CfHIklr uld uldircy
Trey r ny upon her mothers motber sympathy Mar Martha Martha lar lartha ¬
tha ut Hnt fnt r nt back to school school hO lWtdl wtth ftit herfancle Mr fancied CanctClills fanciedills < l lills
ills emphasised fmph b5ed out of all proportion proportionto
to the th occasion occasion The rhelktJe Uttla girls inaub fasuhordination inaubodlnation Iho
ordination o inatlon liiereajfed Jll nsrease r l vatfl w dl Sto a1N became becameImpoyplWe beeamejmpo becameimposFlblote
jmpo imposFlblote ImpoyplWe lblo t e central I and after a little littlens lU lUtlS littlens
ns this conditiou grew she be was w sus suspended eusrcndnd us uspcnded ¬
pended from school hooI with hardly budl a afriend air afriend
friend ir j d either among C the teachers 1ec or orpupil orpUPl1 orpupil
pupilh pupil pupilSlK
SlK 811 h was as never admitted att for any length lengthof lengthof th thof
of time ti m to any other school and her hereducation hereducation hereducation
education was conipleted com leted by b governesses governessesNou Corn CornXow governessesNow
Now that Martha is a woman she is ispetulant I Ipetulant ispetulant
petulant intolerant of the rights rl hta of ofEail otI ofnt
I Eail IDa AI I Horoscope HoroscopeThe nt l Oto5C0 e eThe
The stars IJt r Incline but do not notcompel notcomflel notcompel
compelrucrday compel compelOctober comflelrutlItla
rucrday rutlItla October 21 1910 1010Fiall 1910f 1910c7all
Fiall f 311 Spark paru Blown by Quick Wrath WrathShall WrathShall rat ratlnll
Shall lnll Upv uII L e tse a Bvrnttwc vrnhrg < Path PathN Pathp PaifcAN
AN p N evil > vU a1tp icn i geveras g varns l s w wnat wra < ratlt th aMi aMianger aadangerthis
i1 anger an angerthis er this day clay warning rntnK all ntaH ntaHkind maakind R Rkind
kind against quarreling The sign is isespecially heespei Iaesreeialiy
especially espei 1Jy menacing against a lnst dlapateaaWith ditlpttte ditlpttteWiTh lisp t H HviTii
WiTh strangers and vexatious argtt argttrnnts ar argun1i tI tIrlnt
n1i rnnts nts between married persons acidlovers and andlovers
lovers loversroployes 1 loversmployes 01 ers ersJ
J roployes mTloy and women particularly particularlymust particularlYmust particularlymust
must refrain rt fraln from jealousy and be bevn 1ter betvtrc
tvtrc vn r against a alnt temptation to carry be beJjr bet besupe
Jjr t > superiors supe up rJOlII tors evil reports against againstothers agahte againstOheth
OhethTh others othersThe e hpr hprTh <
Th planets now assume positions positionstUnt posltlolUltl1t positlonsthat
that ar a are rp held by astrology to make makefor mlLkpr makefar
for r conditions on earth such as usu usually usuallY usually ¬
ally cause disasters in speculative speculativeliMs speeulatlyfl11s
liMs 1 rtl foolish investments and nd wag wager wagst ag agr ¬
er r < U ns > use sfJ frote gambling and danger dangerfrctn dangerfrm dangerfrr
frr frctn m foolhar foolhardy iy venture venturesn venturevnis ventureflnls
vnis nls n is this thi day holds a place favor favorahlo fllyoralJI favorable
able alJI for women omen save in the matter of ofquarrel orQuarrel ofquarrel
quarrel KIM nail teotwip Shopping a qpping is under undercxieitionHlly underxctvtionally underiel
cxieitionHlly ea iel Uonx11y favrrrble fav r rWe We signs sgns Sing Singins SIn Stni1 g gitg
i1 ins dancing and nd ausic also share sharet BhalCH sharett
t H > good 000 influencesSah influences influencesSalfs inftuencessilfsp
Sah Salfs silfsp speople people ople are under auspicious auspiciousom
om rs T and advertising is likely to re reOnunl rel re1cnn1
Onunl l ln1 to advantageT1 advantage advantageTrf advanta advanta1p
Trf Sun un favors those who help oth other othfr oth othergrant ¬
ergrant er urant rant concessions i sand 4 give l e kind kindly klhdy kinduunsel ¬
ly y ounsel ounseln uunsel1n
1n n + xcllent xc xcof sign is ever the thingsof things thingsof thingsof
of tio t I r soil sot tIl and especially over real realtjt realtjt realcrat eal ealpT
pT tjt t tran transactIOnshouaetuliding ransactions acUOlUl bou houselmildlnif ltuthUng or orTiji orTiji orr orr
r Tiji r ins and any dealings deal In farm farmn farmrTr iarutrr111ts farmIrri
rTr rr111ts rr111tsT Irri u o tsP ts
T P rn on with this thl birthdate are un undf unr undrr
df drr r r < stars tar that are held to rule fayor1t fayor fayorrtiv fayorWI
rtiv WI 1t v They will profit by striving to torintuin tordlntain toru
rintuin ru stain great ret ftrmness An S8 DUt not pern per perniittinc permittln
niittinc n itttn vantty or arrogance to gain gaint
t isr 1 > ndancy ndancyfhildrwi Jldancy111r ndancythlldrea
fhildrwi 111r are A arehorn born today tOOa under stars starst tars tarsmak
t at + t make mtk for force of character character chara lr and andf andtflait andtr
f tflait TIA rnaity ity of will
others and lacking in ability abUtt to dlstln diatingui11 dlstlnKuUtr dlatlngu
I gui11 KuUtr gu justice from injustice injusticeTlJltt InjU6tlccTt injusticeTit
TlJltt Tt she is so is due to t the falseI false falseattitude fa faI
I attitude of her mother when she waa waajust wasJust waaJust
just a little shaver bringing home her hertale hertale hertale
tale of fancied injuries from school schoolA schoolA schoolA
A mothers attitude has everything to todo todo todo
do with her h r childs success succ or failure failureat failuret failureat
at t school schoolThe schoolThe
The lessons children gather from books booksare booksare booksare
are but half the story Tho young life lifeis lifeI lifeis I
is I highly sensitized always ala receiving receivingimprc lecelvln lecelvlnImprlfllonll receivingimpressiona
Imprlfllonll imprc < wk > ns from one source or another anotherThese anotherTh41Je anotherThese
These Impressions lilter 1IIl r through the theyoung theoung theyoung
young oung mind It may be for many days daysbefore da8heCore daysbefore
before they the reach mother motherA
A childs own Intelligence Is devel developed dEJoped developed ¬
oped to a limited degree only The Theyoung TheYOU1K Theyoung
young brain awaits II walUi its final Judgment Judgmentupoa judgmentuIIVa judgmentupon
upon an impreeeton ImlHe lon until this Impression lmpresslonupa Impressionhas Impressionha
upa has ha passed pa before the mother ml mind mindThe mimLThe ml mlThe
The manner JT mer In which mother receives receivesthese reechesthetH receivesthese
these outside out ide impressions jmpr lons which w lch have havecome havecome havecome
come to the child has everything to do dowith 110kh dowith
with kh whether hether or nt Rbt t they will leave a apermanent aperman apermanent
permanent perman nt effect upon the forming formingcharacter tonrlngI formingcharacter
character characterMartha characterartha characterMartha
I Martha artha told her fanciful story She Shewatched Shewatched Shewatched
watched her mothers face closer than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the mother dreamed that she was do ¬
ling Iln I ins < At first the story 8tOl was Just a little littlesympathy littleI littlepetulanee
I petulanee Then the Uttle girl r reed reedsympathy d dympathy
sympathy and condonement in her hermothers hermothers ter terI
mothers fact and the story crew apace apaceHad anacoHad aaaceHad
Had Marthas artha8 mother discouraged di courage 1 the thelittle thelittle thelittle
I little girls Jealousy taught her patience patienceand patienceand patienceand
and tolrance inspired her to a greater greaterworthiness great greaterworthiness r rworthln41Jg
worthiness of her teachers love the theyoung theoung theyoung
young oung life would not have been turned turnedfrom turnC41fro turnedfrom
from fro the th normal path of sweet et sun sunshine 8011hlDe sunshine ¬
shine into the rugged road of friendless friendlessloneliness friend friendleaaloneliness leu leuloneltneu
loneliness lonelinessMartha loneltneuMartha lonelinessMartha
Martha would have grown Into a aKweet SoHeet ariweet
Kweet lovable unselfish UlH uneeI lsh woman had not nother nother nother
her mothers attitude blocked her way wayin wayIn wayIn
in life lifeOf lifeOf
Of this I am very sure sureSOME sureSOME sureSOME I
SOME HINTS FOR FORTHE FORTHE FORTHE
THE DAYS MENU MENUBREAKFAST MENUBREAKFAST MENUBREAKFAST
BREAKFAST BREAKFASTGrapes BREAKFASTGrapes BREAKFASTGrapes
Grapes Oatmeal OatmealBacon OatmealBaeott OatmealBacon
Bacon Muffins MufflneCotiee MuffinsCoffee 1IufftMCoffee
CotieeLi3NCILEON Coffee CoffeeI CoffeeL11NClIl
I L11NClIl Li3NCILEONCucumber < 17NGI IBON ONI IBONCucumber
Cucumber Salad Sala ll Cottage C t4lge theeie Qh Chut e eNut
I Nut ut Bread Tea TeaCream TeaIJ TeaI1
>
IJ I1 7gR 7gRCceaeit JE JECceuM
Cream e tt Qbtery Soup SoupBreaded S4M1ItDrMfled SoupBreaded
Breaded DrMfled LaroVs Lt g Tongue T8nPc T8nPcSUc
Sliced SUc Tomatoes TomatoesBaked Tot6ckked TomatoesBaked
Baked Potatoes PotatoesGincer polatOeLGber PotatoesGinner
Gincer Pears Rolls RolteSmall RoIltrSMa1t RollsSmelt
Small Coffee CoffeeGinger ColfeciM Coffeeinter
Ginger iM inter r Pears pHnT Theee These pears are delic df dellcIons lic > I
1 k low > us but ver ve r rich rlchK a little ROWS a long longway longay longway
way ay Peel and slice lengthwise e rather ratherthinly ratherthtnly ratherthinly
thinly the t pears To ten pounds of ofprtpared ofprtp ofprt
prt prtpared prtp pared red fruit use eight pounds of ofsugar or4ugar ofsugar
sugar six lemons and a small jar of ofpreserved ofIi ofpreserved
preserved Ii rvcd ginger R f we use the Wcent Wcentstsw 4ece HHtI st stsloe
sloe Prepare the lemons the day dayfore be before before ¬
fore by b slicing Kllctn very thin cutting each eachslice eachslice eh ehslirf
I slice into three thr or four pieces plec Cover Coverwith Coverwith Coverwith
with cold water and soak over night nightIn nightIn nightIn
In the morning if they the seem hard boll bolla bollwhile bolla
a while in the same water until tender tenderThen tenderThen tenderThen
Then mix all n the Ingredients tn Mten l add d l a cup cupful eultCui eupful ¬
ful of water and cook about two hours hoursor h hoursor Urt Urtor
or until pears ar are tender Put In n small smallglasses smallglasses matiJl1af1Ht
glasses cover with ith paraffin paraffinPium parafftnPiun1 paraffinPium
Pium Cake appended apiHndcdMake Make a coffee coffeecake coffeecakl coffeecake
cake with one 0 pint of warm water ater one onehalf oneha1t onehalf
half K yeast y st cake onehalf cupful cu Cul each eachof eachor eachof
of milk and sugar two eggs and two twoteaspoonfuto twoteaspoonfu1 twoteaspoonfuls
teaspoonfuls of fait U with as much flour Houras floura flouras
as a can be stirred in with a spoon Let Lotstand Lett Letstand
stand t nd till light then b beat t It well and ands andIIt andspread
s IIt spread rea rfacl < l thinly thtni over th the bottom of f a large largeshallow JarseshalloW lameshallow
shallow pan cut plums in half remove removeI rem removepita e eI
I I pits awl press 8 Into the top of the cake cakeskin cakeI cakeskin
skin sloe down Put the halves as close closetogether closetoethtr closetogether
I together as possible and fill each wjh a atahlespoonful 8tahlftlpoonCul atablespoonful
tablespoonful of sugar B r Let ri rise e again againthen againthfn againthen
then bake slowly and carefully as It Itj ItburlUl itburnseasily
j burns burnseasily easily Serve warm or cold as a aI a ahreatJ abread
I bread with coffee
rf v BEDTIME STORIES STORIESJohnnie STORIESJohnnie t tI
I Johnnie and Billi Billie Bushy Bushytail BushytailB tail tail8f II IIB
B 8f HOWARDR HOWARD R GARIS GARISCopyr ar arCopyright I ICopnJht
Copyr Copyright Bht me Itle by R It F Fenno Co CoXIX CoXIXBILLIE CoXIXBILLIE
XIX XIXBILLIE BILLIE AND JOHNNIES SISTER
I LL you all hapPened to be good
WELL W
w children today or or I couWnt tell tellyou teUou tellyou 1
Johnnie JohnnieBushytail JohnnieBush Johnnieushytail
you ou now no how BlUfe and
Bushytail Bush ushytail tall found a little sister after aftertheir aftertheir
their papa and mamma came back to tothem toth tothem I
them th 11 escaping from the cage ca e where wheret wheretIlE
t tIlE tl > c boy had thgni thgniIt tb tbIt thnIt
It was this way Grandpa and andGrandma andGrandma andGrandma
Grandma Llghtfoot were so glad to toDOC toace
DOC 11 Mr and Mrs rs Burtiytkll Bushyt ii back that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they hardly bardl Uhe r what io do You Youcan Youcan Youcan
can also imagln inwglnry how 1i tow w delighted deU < htCMl the thetwo thetO thetiro
two little boy squirrels were ere to say saynothing aynothin saynothing
nothing nothin of Jennie Chipmunk wh whtrailed who whoFmiled lvo lvofmiIfd
trailed so aowell well Im really afraid rrald to totell tot11 totall
tell yon how much she smiled and andlaxishe andlau andlaughed
laughed lau u i < l she was as s 90 happy happyw
1 Now w 0 said Papa Bushytail we wen wem1Jt wetrust
trust n t ROt t a nest of our own for you youbv8 youl you1s
bv8 l have hRV visited your grandparents grandparentsloii lPandparenton grandparentsion
loii ion on enough enoughYes enoughYes nou h 1 1Y
Yes Y ts said Mamma Duehytail tt ltJotan 1 1Fhail 1Iha1J IPhan
Fhail he glad ld to fo to housekeeping housekeepingitpain hou housekeepingt ekeeplng I
itpain t giin > aln Boarding in that cage eag with withtv withtie
tv tie vhoel tbat went around so fast fastcUiT fastctid 1
cUiT not please pla m me at t all 11 We Ye must mustJind mustfind mustfind
find a neat n st at once onces onceSO
s SO > though tho h Gramlna and Grandpa GrandpaLii
Lii I htf > ot t would have been glad to toktf tokNP tokeep
ktf keep p th the Bushytan family famll longer It Itwis ItW1S itw
wis w rs decided that It would be best be t to tolive toLtc
live 11 5n separate Wpatra nettts but not far farPway farwar fara
a Pway war sy from iacjl 4 eac l bn Ver r Papv PaPILBushy PaPILBushy1naJlag apaBushytctl Bushy BushytiI
tiI tranaget jranagecfto 1naJlag r4 to nnd nd a niee borne l me for forrtl foris forli
li is faJuily IJiJ tw widow w trEte tr e lined with1t with withfn
fn 1t ie6Y 1 Rich J < h a qulr squirh qulrHI
> rtl J h > 1 LsJvcnip y v n Jtm is i gu South for the theAvmtTr7Tnere th thw
wlnt AvmtTr7Tnere w mt r Thre There Jdimnle hlnfe Itl1nle and Billie Bllllewent Billiewntto Billies
s wntto went to llve Jlv 1veamb aatIr tb r very ver ftrst morn mornInu mornIn mornI
Inu In I they tnt awaTceitfccT In fh t1 their lr r drew h home homenrthihxvenr homel homenethtrgtvery
l nethtrgtvery nrthihxvenr n t h i iuc v sfftnge Iftn e happened happenedFllfe ha ppeRed ppeRedJitc
Fllfe 1 itic was u the first to get up but butJrmii butJIln butJrc
Jrc Jrmii rrrip aras not tar ar behind him and anda
a fh t they h < y looked out of the hole In the theK thetr ther
K r v they heard a futmj fetm Httle Htttenob noise oi e on ontii ontJ ont1
tii tJ t1 rowhd rotlrt a Thy Th t tU lowced 1dorb do to but buttl buttl1
tl tl1 < v couldnt see anything anythingWhat anUllincWhat anything1Vhat
What was that asked a Billie and andIIP and11f
IIP 1 miffed the air and wiggled w Kkd his little littlev littlebkrR littlenikvrs
nikvrs v > iskrs to see if he could dhcover any anydanger anydIngt anydung
danger dangerI dung > r
I d iott iont nVt t now koo w unless tI IJ Its Bally the thefrxj their thefr
ir frxj + c anssrered an his brotherpalsy brother brotheriuilly brotherHlIl1
palsy HlIl1 doesnt squeak that way said saidIilt saidIiw saidIi
Ii Iilt Iiw li > Im going Gown to see seeMaybe BeeIaybe seelfavbe
Maybe Its an owl spoke p ke Johnnie JohnnieT Johnnlrttfr
T I rttfr tt ter r call grandpa r8J1dpaob < oh no I mean meanPTT meanP meanpati
PTT P pati tTa > A he said quickly You Tou see he for forgot forJft forg ¬
got g t for f r a moment that he was in n this thisn hisrr ls lsXl
rr n a v home honeNo homeXo homeo
° No o he tutlt R OSlOe aaleeB yet t dont t wake him aimSo himu himtip
tip u w t t On on 9tIets r Lete 0 down OO1naj downa
aj a l see S q tit 1tJ i1 ncl tisuIs u while whileti whilet
ti t funny lftfle I esqueakthg qu a1tfhg noise lsekept kept up upSo upSo
So the tp tsitt c little 1 le squirrel 8Qkr beys bo by JtJ scam scampticd leampt scamI
pt I pticd nod daws do J8b tree to 14 thj OW ground r und and andih andthf
ih thf t sle noise kept getting fowl louder or and louderuntil louder louderuntil lotIderuntil
until they theyioutdhoar oUid < < euTcl hoar It It quite quiteplainly plainly
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e
and then they could tell te that it came camefrom camefrom camefrom
from a little bunch of leaves at t tha theoot theootof foot footof
of the tree treeWho treewbos y
Vhos Who s thereT there asked Billie as bold bofdas bolJl bolJlas boldas
as boldeouM bold could be beIts lKIts beIts
Its me answered the little squeaky
voice and what should come out of that
bunch of leaves but the cunningest cunningestnicest cunnlngestnicest cunningestnicest
nicest darlicgest t little squirrel you ou elver elversaw aver aversaw cr
saw 8 Oh it was just as nice as it itcould itcould itcould
could be But But Oh so little and shiveiy shiveiywasnt shhel shheland
and trembling and it was crying
wasnt runt that too bad badWho badho badWho
Who ho are you asked Johnnie and
he spoke very v ry softly to the baby squir squirrel 8qulrrei squirrep ¬
rep for he didnt want to frighten it It
I am sister ister Sallle replied the baby
I squirrel and she stopped crying at once
because lH cau e Johnnies voice was so gentle gentlewhich gentleI gentlewhich
I which shows that you should always alwas be begentle beKenLie begentle
gentle to those smaller than you ou are
uHow How do you OU know kno your name Is Sister
I Sallle asked Billie Bill 14 You are so little
I shouldnt think you ou would know knowI
I Oh yes I know kno the baby bab squirrel squirrelsaid squirrelsaid
I said 1 was named that by a little girl girlthrough girlwhen
r when hen I was quite a bab baby She Has 8S golng golngI goin
I throu through h the he woods wood where here I used to live liveand JIveand live liveand
and eating peanuts and she sang san a little littlesong littlesong
song that went wentHippityhop wehtHIppitbop wentHippityhop
Hippityhop to the barber shop
To buy a lollypoplally
One for mo and one for the thee
And one for Sister Sallie SaliieAnd SallieAIMI
I And just then she dropped d Pped a peanut
for me and so I knew kne my name was vasdrying
Sister same went on the little squirrel squirrelrhlg
drying rhlg her eyes ily ly names been that thatever thatQer that thatever
ever since sinceThat sinceThat sinceThat
That Isnt the way I learned that thatverse thatfnk thatverse
verse fnk said Id Johnnie Besides Besl es It was wasall wasall
all aI an accident anyway The girl didnt
j i mean you youUHU8h youIlushi I
Hush exclaimed Billie who didnt didntwant didntant didntwant
want ant to hurt Sister Smiles feelings feelln s
Tell us how you came to bo here all allalone analone allalone
alone and why you ou are crying he hewent bewent hewent
went on onSo onSo onso
So the little squirrel told how her herpapa herpapa herpap
papa and mamma had become ill and andtiled
died and how 110 she had no one to look lookafter lookafter
after rter her so she became an orphan just
like Jennie Chipmunk Then BIllie and
Johnnie felt very sorry for Sister Sallie
They The ran right up to the ne nest t and cried
Mamma Papa We Ve have found a
little sister sisterWasnt sisterWasnt ter ter188nt
Wasnt that good of them At first
Mr and Mrs rs Bushytail Bushy taU were much muchsurprised much8Orpti muchsurprised
surprised 4t1 but they took in little
Sister Same and gave her some somenice someJtlce somenice
nice warm arm breakfast of nut pudding
and said she could always live with withthem withthem
them and be a sister to Johnnie and
I Billie So that is how they found a
i llttlo ttlo sister sister and tomorrow night If I
So not aYe nave the toothache you shall
hear about Sister Sallies dolL
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DAILY PASH FASHION ION T7LKt TALK TALKTO e eTO
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< TO TIMES READERS
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LITTLE ITTLT3 girls girlswear r I r I SI SIwear s swear
wear a great greatmany greatmany l i
many boxplaltert boxplaitedonepiece boxplaltertoncpleee boxpl Ueal Uealneplecedre
oncpleee neplecedre droosou droosoufor dreseesfor eN eNfor
for school and oc occasions occastons occasions ¬
casions of the sort sortThis sortThis i iThis
This one Is I made madeof madeof i iof
of tan t a n colored coloredFrench oolO coloredFrench ed edFrench
French serge and andIB dIs andis
Is trimmed trllR with withbrown withbrown withbrown
brown taffeta The Thebox Ttlftbox TNe TNebox
box plaits that are arelaid a arelaid e elaid
laid for the entire entirelength entirelnJth entirelength
length give ive the ef effect effect effect ¬
fect of height and andsleiMlerneaH andstendernellH andslenderness
slenderness The Thedress Tit T h e eru8 edress
dress ru8 is very sim simple simple aimpie ¬
ple and a n tl oar oaslly oasllymade 0Mi1 0Mi11Mde 41y 41ymade
made yet It Is exceedingly ex exceedingly exceedlnly ¬
ceedingly smart smartThe smartThe m n r L LThe
The modW mod to just justas ta justas
as a well adapted to tothe tothe tothe
the cotton poplin poplinand p pIlnand poplinacid
and pique that a agreat agreat agreat
great many mothers moth mothers In4 U Uera ¬
ers use throughout throughoutthe threu hout houtthe
the year a as s It M to towool towool
wool material and andIt AdIt andit
It can be trimmed trimmedwith trl trlmuwdw l lI
with w I t h any con contrasting COfttrastJnt contrasting ¬
trasting material materialor
or with itk the same samema same11I11 samea
ma a t e r I a a 1 braid braided brakled btakled ¬
ed or embroidered embroideredPark embroideredPark embroideredhark
Park colored mer mercerised mercorloed r rcerhnt ¬
cerised cottoa lab fabric C Crlctl labrice ¬
ric rice are to t tic so worn wotnthroughout 1IOfnthrouPout wornthroughout
throughout the theOn sea season ionson ¬
On son and Catawba Catawbacolored Catawbcolored Catawbacolored
colored poplin popU 1 withcellar with withcellar withe
e cellar cuffs cu S and andbait aIMIDelt andbelt
bait braided with withsoutache withsoataele withsoataclle
soutache would wouldmake W 0 u 1 1iDake d dbake
make bake an an exceed exceedingly exceedingly exceedIngiy ¬
ingly smart frock froekIf tr frockIf ekIt
If the model JIIOdeiw8RWId > M Mwanted g gwanted
wanted for more moredrossy moredrey matedressy
drossy occasions occasionsthe occasionsthe ton tontlte
the frock can be bemade 1Itmade bemade
made with round roundneck rouadneck roundneck
neck and short shortsleeves short8Iee shortsleeves
sleeves 8Iee when it oe oeGomee oeGOIRe oecomes
comes adapted to tothlR toUtIH tothin
thin materials materialsFor materMl5Fer materialsFor
For a girl girly fight fightyears f fyears
years y 8rs of o age will willbe wittbe wiltbe
be required t yards yardsof yardeoC yardsof
of material 24 24inches ZtInebN Ziinches
inches wide or 3 3yards s7rcbI 3yards
yards 36 with withyard withyard 3p 3pyard
yard of silk for fortrimming fortrlmll fortrimming
trimming trlmll A May MayManton Xa XaMten IdayManton
Manton pattern patternsnc patterafk1C patternci
ci snc aims slse to 10 Myears 10y 10years
years y can be ob obtained oblatnee obtalued ¬
tained at Gc G lden Idenlrerets ldenbergsv JdenJt
bergsv Jt
Cost os t of o This rs Little r e Dress ress in Three ree Materials MaterialsMERCERIZED MaterialsMERCERIZED a erta ertaMERCERIZED
MERCERIZED POPLIN
6 yards of merceriz mercerized d p ptpl poplin pHa i a ± ise iaeyard 1 C yard n 075
78 yard silk far triDURi trimming 500 yard yardTotal yard1 45 45Total 45 45Total
Total to 1200 t3vCREAM 1200CREAM
CREAM SERGE
3 yards of cream serge soc yard W i SrSo r50
78 yards of velvet Sroo 100 yard teWi teWiTotal nr 88 88i 88Total 88 88hn
hn i tn tnTotal
Total we r 231 231PERCALE x xPERCALE
PERCALE
3 yards of percale 12 iac x c yard Se38 938
78 yards of plain color f for r t trimraiaf mRli xzxac 12 IX yard zz zti ztTotal zzi zzTotal XII XITotal
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Total 49 49Poems 49 49Poems 49Poems
Poems Women W omen Should Know KnowEditors
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Editors Note Every E ry poem which will m appear in to this series saries is M one onethat ODetbat onethat
that has brought a throb of hope a throb tit rob of courage a throb of happi happiness Pi Piness ¬
ness or of inspiration to some human Aumat heart In clipping aDd saving savingthe sariDgthe savingthe
the series you ou cannot afford to miss ODe number numberThere RumOOTThere numberThere
There Are Loyal Hearts HeartsPubHsiwd HeartsP HeartsPubiiiied
PubHsiwd P at UM > rer rg < uest M t 8l t Kveirn Bradtoy
There are royal hearts o r l there are are apir apirbrave aptrlts aptrltsbrave rlts rltsbrav
brave braveThere bravThere braveThere
There are souls that are pure and trueThen true trueThen truerhen
Then give to the th werkl the best you youhave youhave youhave
have haveAnd haveAnd haveAnd
And the thobOt best shaH come back to you
Give love Jove and love to your rNr irt heart will willflow wfllRow wiltflow 1
flow flowA Rowstreastk flowA
A strength in 1IttIr your utmost need needHave BeeIIave needHave <
Have faith f Kk and a s Board ra of f hearts tarts wll wllsnow will willshow ill illTheir
snow snowTheir show showTheir
Their faith in yew weed fK and deed
For fee fe the mirror oC king and AOOvo andslave andslave
slave slaveTin slaveTis vo voTj
Tin Just what hat you are a e and doThea do doThe doTItOR
TItOR The give Ye to t the world the sect y yon yonhive u uMve u uhave
have haveAnd MveAnd hiveArid
And the best will in come back to you youMADELINE otIMADELINE yewMADELINY
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FOR CANNA ROOTS ROOTSAny
Any FrostFreer FrostFree Cool PlaceGood Place PlaceGood PlaceGood
Good to Keep KeepThem
Them In InBy InBy InBy 7p 9
By F H KRAMER KRAMERCLUMPS SRAMERC KRAMERLUMPS
LUMPS or roots of o Canna aana Hfted Hftedfrom Htte4from Hfte Hftefrom
CLUMPS C from the t ground with most JRO of ofthe otUte ofthe
the soil left clinging to them themthe themUte themthe
the stalks being IlK sharply cut cutdown cutt1 cutdown
down t1 wn to stumps u of six x or eight ltt inches inchesmay I Imay inchesmay
may be at niece put Into into to winter winterquartets winterquartets 1Aterq
q quartetsAny quartets quartetsAny tlrtMS tlrtMSAny
Any frostfree cool place with dry dryearth dryearth dryearth
earth underneath but not too dry anatmospbere an anatmosphere anat
atmosphere at wttTOo t1lC llC do A good collarwithout collar collarwithout cellarwithout
without a foresee la It makes an idealplace ideal idealplace W l la lDl
place a
Dahlia Dl 1lia Roots RootsDahlia RootsDa1tlta RootsDahlia
Dahlia roots are easily 61U11t cared f tr r Theyshould They Theyshould They8boukl
should be dug up freed of top growth growthand grothand growthand
and adhering roll 11 are first dried off Inan in inan
an airy but shady place then storedaway stored storedaway MoredaWlly
away with finely sifted earth under be between be between between ¬
tween and oyer them They must thus thusbe thowt thusbe
be wt packed in boxes tubs or barrels barrelsthese barreltheee
these these to i be e placed aced where the roots will willnot willnot 111 111not
not be lnju lnjuJ lnjuJheat Injurid hy fro t or by too great
heat or b bor by either excessive moisture moI8tureOr
or dryness Any place where potatoes potatoeswill potat11wUl potatoeswill
will winter well is a good place for
Dahlia D roots rootsdadioii rootsGladioli I IGla4iolt
Gladioli Caladium and such like
bulbs buU may be treated as advised ed for
Dahlia Dahlias with this th difference they
should not be cleaned of top growth nor
of all the dirt from th the roots before
being thoroughly dried and cured Saw ¬
dust wH will be better to pack them away
in than sifted earth earthCare earthCare earthCare
Care Needed NeededDo NeededDo NeededDo
Do not make the mistake k of applyingfertilizer applying applyingfertilizer applyinglU2er
fertilizer lU2er to a dormant plant thinking thinkingthereby thlnklftgtherfby thinkingthereby
thereby to start it into growth o tit Xouare you youare youare
are sure ure to injure It by such treatment treatmentas
as It is not in a condition to make useof use useof IHor
of rich food when net growing Walt Waituntil Waltuntil Waltoatil
until it begins beet to grow r1 then u e e yourfertilizer your yourfertilizer yourfertUb
fertilizer < but let the fertilizer be weak weakat WNkat weakat
at Jlrst increasing < its strength as well wellas wellas
as the frequency of its application as1 as1the as I
the development delop t of the th t plant increases
Wh When n you come across ac a fertilizer that thatresults thatre thatreeulo
results re u tM in sturdy > healthy 1Hoa1Ut development
hold fast < la k k Dent experiment
Uiuld Id iuid manure prepared MpMe4bY preper ed by y soaking klng
oll ol l cow manure or sheep fertilizer in inwat Inwat inwater
wat water ir r until its It strength is extracted
is good but it Is open to the same > ob ¬
ject jection on urged against the use of this thismanure thismaf1l1rt thismanure
manure in potting soil It is likely to
breed worms worm If I r used ulled let it be thecolor the thecolor th th10t
color 10t of weak tea teaBone teaBone teaBone
Bone flour la always very effective effectivecheap oR eaectivecheap tfye tfyechfAp
cheap and easy to procure If you youuse 70Uuae youuse
use this a tablespoon fvl l to a nineinch nineinchpot atlMlaehpot nineinchpot
pot once onc or twice tw every eY 1 three monthswill months monthswill nth
will generally b be sufficient JneleRt For
larger or smaller mall r pots ue M similar similarsutaee similarproportions lar larpro
pro proportions OrtloM Meauerlag It over the thesu
sutaee su u aft of the soilpion soil soilThen Milten
Then pion die 1 it itin In about t the t roots of the theplants theplant theplants
plantsWhen plants plantsWhen
planthe
When he the plants are coming into
flower fertilizer can R e given with withmore wtthmore withmore
more frequency than at other times
but t never strong tr trDont
I Dont > ont nOn your plants by b using u kur
chemicals ehHlli < alll of any kind unless a you ou
thoroughly understand their use useINSIDE U3eINSIDE useINSIDE
INSIDE ON CANDYFOR CANDY CANDYFOR CANDYFOR
FOR SWEET TOOTHS TOOTHSBy
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By MARGARETCAMPBELL MARGARETCAMPBELLAt MARGARET CAMPBELL CAMPBELLAil
Ail I Idads of Kajuly are good Hereare Here Hereare Herear
are ar a few redpes for candy that Is so sogood soaOOd sogood
good and cheap that if everybody knewhow knew knewhow kHewhow
how to make it dealers might be com compelled compelled coatpolled ¬
pelled to retire tire from business bu tne s
Peppermint creams that sell from a aquarter Iquarter squarter
quarter to a dollar a pound can be bemade bemade
made for 7 cents < One pound of cranu nu
lated sugar one cup of water Boll till
It spins 8PI a thread not until It rope beu besix be because bf bfeauee ¬
u cause that t would make ke It tee hard IulrdJ
Pour six ix drop rbeat of f peppermint peppermintbegins In the not notsyrup botBnap hotpi
Into tothe
syrup pi and beat t till It t tpeppermint begins be to cream creamthen camthen
then Iron ro from a spoon ono waxed waxwipaper WMXellpaper waxedpaper
paper If I you wish h the rose pink but
in a few drops ci of carmineBrunettes carmine carmineBraaettes carmineBresettes
Brunettes College Cream CreaiaOne CreamOne Creamoe
One pound of brown sugar one cup of ofwater ofwaterbob ofwaterboll
waterbob tm It hardens tn a Ilttlewater BlUe BlUerater
water rater Beat the white of one De egg stiff stiffand sUftIncI stiffand
and IncI pour over the betroth the hot hotSyrup hotIyrup hotyrup
Syrup yrup beating bM all the lime When W n ItbetZ it itbegins It1n
betZ begins 1n w to cream crea put English agink walnuts walnutsor W Du Duor
or pecan pecan meats meatsOne meatsCeeMBtit meatsCecoanat
CeeMBtit Cream CreamOne
One pound of confectioners sgarthe sugar sugarthe r rthe
the white of one egg Just as much muchgrated muchgrated
grated cocoanut < sugar as you OV can work workto workID workn
to ID n Hold in loaves and run in an oven ovenvery ovenvery ovenvery
very hot hot for a few seconds It is per perfectly pectocUy pertectly ¬
fectly delicious cklldoaaREMEDY deliciousREMEDY
REMEDY FOR HEADACHES HEADACHESA HEADACIIESA
A simple remedy for sick headache headacha if fe fea
a drink made by squeezing tlu th juice of ofa ofa ofa
a lemon into a ahalf half glass of cold wafer wauradding 1atraddIng waferadding
adding a pinch of sugar r and a half to tosPOOr teaspoor f > a aspoor
spoor of baking bakln = soda Drink while hll it is iseffervescing 1setrervfSClng Iseffervescing
effervescing
BLESSING IN WORK WORKAND WORKAND WORKINWAST
AND WOE INWAST INWASTi IN WASTJE WASTJEi WASTJEDorothy WASJEDOrotq
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Dorothy Dix Dix Praises the Strugglers In Life Lif for Making MakingThemselves MakingThemselves
Themselv Themselves s and Those About AboutThem AboutThenrHappy AboutThem
Them ThenrHappy ThenrHappyBy Happy HappyBy Ha PAY r rBy
By DOROTHY MX Di
T DEAR D SADLlI SADiB SADiBI S 1IB 1IBI
M I ha lairs yow e e w Ja which whichV wtalchJrOU whichyou
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you taM me that ye yeti Have Havesecured havesecured 0 0seeared
secured a a wwttfon at attI Btautfc elalbCos Btautfcnwrrow
tI Co Cos as s A atenagraphet eBO and t te tomorrow temorN1
morrow you begin your career u ubuainess a abusiness a abusiness
business girl girlI
I congratulate you You are a sotnft soi + 4c to tobe toDe tobe
be one of the > workers workers instead of the thewaiters thewatters thewatters
watters G orMdetJ of society and although there thereare Utereare thereare
are no sign board boar alone a womans womanspathway WOMAnspaUtWAY wottlanspathway
pathway that say Keep busy busyyoull and aD4YOU andyoull
youll YOU II be hppr bapp sppy H is tru true all the same samethat samethat samethat
that ther tiers to MO road to coatentinqpt coatentinqptexcept co oaatterttmdpntexcet tentmft tentmftCxceot
except that of heaaat industry industryIf l
If God ever seat MDt work aa a curse upon uponhuirianit uponlumaDlt uponnunianltl
nunianltl huirianit He has relented an and turned turnedIt
It into mans chief blessing Likewise Likewisewoman Ltkewltewoman Likewisewomann
woman though somehow people peopI have havebeen bebem havebeen
been AD o stupid upld up to now that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have thought the only thing th we wente wenterWly wean weanreally e3 e3really
really enjoyed enj was wft ktttlop k 1 time and andthat aaclthat andthat
that the way to be good to one wasto was wasto wast
to t make hr an idle d lazY use ueeI uaeleea pur purposeless purpcMeJe purposeless ¬ i
poseless parasite IMLtewhlch which explains why whythere wh whthere whthere
there are so many neurotic disgrun disgruntled cUecrvntkd dtsgrvntied ¬
tied discontented dissatisfied miserable miserablewomen ml miserablewomen ecbks ecbkswomen
women In the world They are the theunemployed tbevnemploye4 theunemployed
unemployed w who o hi ktttt killing K time also ateoassassinate alsoaseassinate 0 0tl
assassinate tl inate all the peace and comfort comfortin
in their Immwllate vicinity vicinityTake ridnttTTake vieidtyTake
Take Advantage AdvaRtageOf AdvantageOf
Of Indepeadence IndepeadenceTherefore IndepeadenceeIflore IndependenceTherefore
Therefore eIflore I My av to you uu T De e dad and andthank adthaDklkl andthanktel
thaDklkl thank that destiny has made you one onef oaenC oneof
nC f the lb wo woidlers workers Instead ead oc o eM of the theidlers theidlers
idlers Dont look Joo1c about about you at the rich richpirte rIehlritI richgirls
girls lritI who live in luxurious homes and andrid aadrtd andride
rid ride in automobiles who CK dawdle rile hi hibed tnheel inbed
bed half the day and spend MI the t e balance balanceor
or it m frivolous amusements and dont dontthink d Rtthblk dontthink I
think that thathave It III hard that Yoe haye have to toet toget
get et Ult aDd be at the office t SJI aDd aDdhavete andhave
havete have t to scheme and akime iMe and save m inorder morder ftorcJer
order t to buy a new gown 1IOWaTW gownThings ow owThings
Things TW s arent so unevenly divided t tthe Ita Itat Inthe
the t world as w we think For aM we h have havewe ve vewe ct ctw
we w must nay and for all we pay payIet we weRet weget
Ret compensation from Fate Your Yourcompensation Yocarrompenatlon Yourcompensation
compensation to independence independenceto 1Ddepc
In one of tile new play plays there Is a line 11Mto lineto
to the effect that t tere ere are bat three threelMt threegreat
great lMt moments in a womans life me One Onethe
is the first kiss her over give 81 her The Thesecond Thesecond
second IK when she kneels with rtthb M new JMtWmade newmade WT WTmade
made husband at the altar The third thirdIs
i te when she feehrthe downy head of her herfretborn
firstborn upon her breastTake breast
I Take It from me me Cc t e working worldn woman womanknoWtl womanknows
knows a fourth great moment mGlIMatwtMa whon she shedraws shedraws
i draws her Q r first pay the money mere that she shehas 8MJtaJ shehas
has earned with her own head and andhand andi andhand
i hand and when w evjy eYV drop of blood Inher in inher
I her veins thrills with Id the proud proadI con conectoueneas coneclouinesa I
I ectoueneas tdo that she In no looser a aIY mea mealy meas measly
ly miserable aptoeies Hasp dishing 4ftIIbng1M dishingvine < tohragvine
vine but is doing something te thesturdy the thesturdy
sturdy oak line herself herselfEarning enMlLEarning herselfEarning
Earning M Money MeneyPreves MoneyPreves ney neyPrves
Preves a JeyFor Jey Jeystanding J y
For th the first lime ta Mr life be 15 isstanding 15taDdlng
standing > on her own WR feet SIN can canmake canmake cantake
make her own living She will never neverhave JteYerhaye neverhave
have to o know how bitter is the breadof bread breador hr hror
or dependency or how steep the sta4tv sta4tvor JItattor stair stairof
or anothers house se e does not BetMore BetMoreto haveto have haveto
to crtnf c1l1Je e or wheeiie whe or bee for money JDODeYSbe moneyShe
She can earn it It She knows what the thet thepoet
poet t meant when he wrote about the theglorious theorious theglorious
glorious orious privilege prlvll e of being independeat independ independent tDdepeDdeat ¬
eat and her heart sings np bosannahs bosannahsto h u uto
to K KThere to toThere itThere
There are maay things that are beau beautiful beclutUul beautiful ¬
tiful in the world little sister but butthere butth butthere
there th re is nothing < else quite so good to tolook toat tolook
look at as your ye r own individual pocket pocketbook pocletbeok pocketbook
book Just JveC0 go and take a squint uJRt at atthat atthat atthat
that whenever you are tempted tempted to envy envyMiss envyMias
Miss 1 Gladys de Vere V ere Goldbags Go dbags < who has hallher hasher
her bills b lkl charged to papa and would wouhlhave wouldhave
have to go o and sponge nge on some unwill unwill1ft unwilitag
tag relative if papa should suddenly die diebankrupt diebankrupt diebankrupt
bankrupt as fathers frequent requenUJ have away a away away
way of doing That hideous experience experkmeecouldnt experiencecouldnt experleneecouldnt
couldnt happen to you because you youhave youhave youhave
have a trad trade Thank God for tt ttBe It ItBe ItBe
Be proud of being a working wer girl girlLook IIffrlLook girlLook
Look upon u On the appellation as a badge badgeof b dof badgeof
of honor instead 1D8t of a term of re reproach re reptfNUh reproach ¬
proach Any little sttty goose ef a girl girlcan girlan
can flaunt nne line feathersthat feathers t ther that papa paid paidfor paidoraround paidforaround
oraround for around a ballroom but It takes in intelligence istedigence ¬
telligence t Ien < and character cba tfr and gift tohold to tohold t thold
I hold down a good jobHardest Job JobHardest jobHardest
Hardest Way WayHe Way WayMost
I He Mest Most st SuccessfulAnd Successful SuccessfulAnd SuccesefuIAnd
And it means something more Itmeans It Itmeans ItI
means the chivalry of womanhood womanhoodWhen wo wmnleoedWhen taa ocKLWh8t
I When a pretty young yOtl girl elects to tolive tolhe tolive
live live in a hall bedroom and cook hermeals her hermeals hermtals
meals over a gas stove and wear cheap cheapclothing cbeapclothln cheapclothing
clothing clothln and stand for eight or ten teni tenhours tenhours
i hours a day behind a counter or orbending orbending orbending
bending over a a typewriter or ledger It Itl Iti
l I means that she has chosen the hardest
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are a real boon to large women woment for without withoutthe withoutthe withouti
i the aid of straps bands or attachments of ofany ofany ofthey
i l any sort sort they diminish the measurements of ofabdomen ofabdQm
abdomen abdQm n and anc hips from one to five inchesTing inches inchesgiving inchesgiving
giving Ting b the figure graceful b gr acefu slender 1 symmetrlcallines symmet symmetrical s et etricallines ¬
rical ricallines ricallinesREDUSO rlcallinesREDUSO lines linesREDUSO
REDUSO Style tyJe 782 as pictured For tall talllarge taUlar talle
large lar e figures fi res Bust Bustheight Bustheight Bustheight
height is medium Hi Hibatk Hips Hipsbatk v vta
ta batk k and abdomen are arevery arevery 0 0C
C very long Imported Importedcoutii Importedcoom i icoutil
coutii Price 500 500Other 500 A AOther
4 Other Reduso models modelsV modelsfrom modelsfrom
V from S300 300 to 1000 ioooV 1000W 1000V
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Corsets CorsetsA M Min
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4 4In
distinctive models modelsin
in all alllengths sizes and andlengths andlengths
lengths Every Everywoman E Ewoman e r y ywoman
woman can find a amodel amo ai
i model mo l adapted to toher tohr l l lher
her requirements requirementsXlFORjt rqulrementsstFOR yn ynf
XlFORjt IFIt Style Style4S5 S Style4s5 t 3ot e
f 4S5 as pictured picturedFor picturedFor r rFor
I For average prage figf figI fig figures figurPs ¬
f I ures liedlu Medium bust bustheight busthtirht bu
height height long long over overhips ocrhips overi
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t 1 At A t All Stores StoresWeiagarten StoresWeii1garten r rleagartea
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way waythat mead teat of the e ebe4est 4 85t st way aa4 L
that she to keeping k the the alt t t tm the
ae White tblSII thtp m of of life lifenever
Per laY part I never watch watebtJIe the army
of working workin girls rl that Ale le through e er erstreets r rstreets
streets of a morning going to their
hard labor labort without feeling like tak takthat
tn lag 0 off < my nat lid standing uncovered
before them them for I know that valor
and honor and courage beyond belief liet
are marching by No member of C the thescarred
Old Guard of F France e need hav havprouder e Hell tt ttattie
prouder of belonging to his i IIltUe attie
scarred regiment rel ment than tba you to that that
heroic band bandDont ba4LDont bandDont
Dont pity yourself for being a
working girl Be thankful for the
privilege Did you ever eY C stop to think t
what the right to work cwk means 88S to a
woman and that you belong to the
first nt generation of women In 1 all tao
world who ware tre not forced to marry
for a livelihood if they happened hapP RM to
be poor or else go into the poerh tCfIrIHHise se
or be a hangeron despised and ill
treated in come Jome 01De family where they
werent wanted wantedThe want8clThe wantedThe
The poor girl of the past bad te soil
herself nA oAlr for Tf f a B4kwK CV CVto
home
a She was obliged
to marry whether she he wanted to or
not wnether wh t ler she loved the man or not
whether th I he was repulsive to her or ornot Orn ornot
not n t She couldnt ev even n wait walt In the
hope that the right man might come emealong comealong
aJOA along or that she might win the man
she fancied aft ed Sh She was obliged o Ugel t te take
the th Art good chance that offered be ¬
cause < she dared not rua TV the rime of
being left an old maid maJd with BO sup p ¬
port portWorking portWrking portWorking
Working Girl GirlHas GirlHas GirlHas
Has Real Freedem FreedemOf FreedemOf FreedomOf
Of all women the working girl Isnow Is ianow Isnow
now freest to allow the dictates 8 of e herown her herown Iterown
own heart She does not need to Mar Marry arry marry ¬
ry for a living because she can ea can m ma make makea ke kea
a living for herself Sbe is not driveninto driven drivenjd drlyenInto
Into marriage by the fear oC being an ani an4d
i 4d jd maid for the selfsupportiBg 1IUppOrt bachelor bach bachelor McheIor ¬
elor girt to fr 1 object of respect andenvy and andny
envy ny sot o pity and derision She is isnot isnot
I not literally bored into matrimony trtoiu like
the society girt who often marries
i for something < to Jill in her empty life
for in the working girl has an absorbing
II occupation a life brimming over with
interests ta and tense with the thexcitement thexcitemento excitement excitementof
of o Itbe the race ic icr i success successam
I am not decrying d rt matrimony my
I dear Far from f Jft U It Wilebood and andmotherhood andmotherhood
motherhood are r the finest career career car that thatany thatany thatany
any any woman ever followed
and mar marriage marriige ar ¬
riage rla < e Is a womans best Job > ob when 1Nn she
I gets et the right t man But between mar marrying al alTying ¬
Tying mn for love and marrying for a ilv
tag g is hall all the t difference dl < erenee between hap ap
pluses and misery between virtue and andrice andvice
vice and I am just t calling your atten attention attention
tion to the fart that being a selfsup
porting po woman gives Yea Yon ou the unique uniqueadvantage uniqueadvantage
advantage of being able to pick out outyour outour outyour
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