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THE Tffi WASHINGTON TIMES MONDAY NOVEMBER 14 191 1910 1 10
YOUTH UTH MAY MAYAVERT MAYAVERTOLD AVERT I IOLD
OLD AGES HORRORS HORRORSCultivation HORROBSCultivation
Cultivation of Tolerance and andiKindness andKindn andKindness
Kindness Kindn ss Will Smooth SmoothFuture SmoothI SmoothFuture
1Future I
Future Path PathBy PathBy PathBy
By ELLA WHEELER WILCOX WILCOXrHERE WILCOXT WILCOXH81E
H21tE te a woamn wao has Hved Hveda HY HYa
T rHERE a long ate She SheeeI SheeeIthrough has ps paased paasedthrough ed edthrough
through many triate ae 1Iftmortas at < moot mootmortals noetmortals
mortals do she a is > BOW past tare t tlve scoreand score scoreand BCOr4tADd
and ten her mesh JDeaIrCY wy y is failing and she sheIs sheis
Is orbttmic back to o the ways of little littlechlldrea IIttech1ldren liitkttldrem
chlldrea without poaseasiag 1 JIll any of the taecharms thechrma thecharms
charms of childhood childhoodShe chOdhoocLShe childhoodShe
She asks aam questions oNlo over and a over 0fPr 0fPris she sheIs se seis
is fun of chiMteh curioelty she Js pet petlant pet1I pet1I18Ilt pexwlast
last and oftttmee ceohpIi contpimtang tflg Sbewants Sbe Shewants SbeTaIlUJ
wants to know the time of dar arAl rA for Xoraad 101 101gets forgets
gets she has asked aDd aDdshe asks a 4a and andshe aadShe
she is every day more aDd IJIOIe ore at a aJives acare
care careShe
She lives with her son an oaly 011I ey ddll ddllone ca dIJM1 d done
one she spoiled by maktng aa idol of ofhim Chim ofhim
him for her own worohip worohipThe wonMpThe I
The Thebo boy grew up aelltoh daopeeelg daopeeelgand flinaln > arn arnand 5 5and
and lacking < in selfeoatrol The Thehad a z + tether tetherbad > otaerhad
had not been a wencontrolled weII oIIecI woman womantimes wa wa8he wok a av
v she had given W7 to1Ier to b temper otttimes ott otttimes
times and so the boy had no good ex example example example ¬
ample H He matured ia this tmfortrara 1IIIforte 1IIIfortemanDer unfortunate unfortunatemanner e emanner
manner and married and brought chil eIaII eIaIIdrEn ekttdren children ¬
dren uato the world to he like nato ana anaself JI nJ himself
J self selfThe
selfThe
The ageing q woman has h im hoate Mule have Rarewith havewith aftWith
with this son on and ate family She SINau SINauwlled ha hatoiled baa baatolled
toiled for themaiaay tIIem years hot BOW BOWvery nowshe
she cannot do hard wart W lid ee eevery fs a avery I
very great care to her sons e faatfly faatflyThey faadlyThey I ITbey
They are irritably aad hapatieat ellt with withber withher I
her and make her feel tiey t do not aotwant BOtwant notwant
want her aboutAnd about aboutAnd
And there is isTwo otbhg for bee to look JGoIttorward lookforward I
forward to nave e the 11 grave graveTwo
Two Sides SidesTo SieesTo e eTo
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To This Tl s Stry StryOne StwyOne SteryOne
One who has bees bee aseocfatteft with old oldchildish eId eIdch1ldish oldchildish
childish people of tate type eaa eaastand eatiastand
stand there are two aMes ties to thai ddIIOnly 1 steer j jOnly
Only those wo who o have had the tJIeence exj eupcsi eupcsience sci science
ence can unhand Just what what t a strain scrainit ttm strainit I IIt
it is upon the nervous system aad howthe how howthe >
the patience 4s tried tried aad the strength strengthsipped JItreIIgthsapped atreagthsapped bowl
sapped by close association > tIoa with one onewho ouewho I Iwho
who is entering eD second childhood childhoodA boocL i iA i
A A woman who w o bas ha reared a family and andlias andhas
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has growing gron g children c chtldrenbesla iIdreD besides the care careof carethe careof
of th the old person aeeas week to turn to Qod Qodand Gods Godsand i iand
and the Invtefbie Helpers abaoot every everyhour everyhour
hour in the day to keep k her apiritnal apiritnalbatteries 8Piritu1batteI1e spirifnalbatteries I
batteries charged with divine courage courageBut QrageBut ooarageBut
But if a woman pooBccaoc p a w nay heart heartany Jaeart Jaeartany J Jany
any feeling and any of tho tIHt spirit o oChrist of ofChrist etChrist
Christ it seems as if she wodbd not beunkind be beunkind beunJdDd
unkind and illnatured tlllLtured to an aged woman wo woman w0 w0man ¬
man whose mind is failing failingIt falll falingIt lg lgIt
It seems as if a son who tn tivated + 4ed Us hiaageing Usageing ala2geing
ageing mother harshly and nvade her herfeel htr htrfeel r ret
feel et I that she was an aDOIIee anoyance hy i yo her herfalling hertailin herfailing
falling tailin mental po powers vers must be laekiggAu lackingin lacking Jin
in ali l the common qualities which ch go to tomake tomakE tomake
make decent manhoodThere manhood manhoodThere maaboocLTh
There Th e are old women and old oldwho mea meawho m n nwho
who are too cruel aad too unkind to toentitle toentitle toentitle
entitle them to a home with their de descendants de descendants descendants ¬
scendants One such is recalled wfto wbofollowed wftololiowed whfolio
followed folio ed her daughterinlaw daU < about with withvindictive withVindlcttve withvindicdve
vindictive speeches distorted falsehoodsabout falsehoods falsehoodsabout s sabout
about her and her children and who whootherwise whootherwlae whootherwise
otherwise gave ve such proofs of an un unz un8und ensound
z sound > und mind and unsafe disposition dispo tlon that thatthe that1he thatthe
the only proper course of action would wouldtave wouldhave wouldhave
have been to place her 4a same sametion haptttu haptttution h
tion and pay her board But But having havingsmall hitvtngj hivbtgsmall
small in means i the son and his wife eta etadured eb ebdwed fa fadared
dared the tbeawf1ll awful cross until death aet matte madea mattea
a change cba e inn in the situation situationAn Jtua JtuaAn eltuatioAn ilel
An old man of tae same type potted spoiledthe poDedthe pottedthe
the lives of his children after driving drivingtwo drivingtwo
two wivos wtv tea the grave ve aaft tit at this thtecase thlcase thiscase I
case case a as te tae other it would have havebeen havebeen ve II
been wiser for the cfcfldrea t drerr to work at atany atany atany
any labor no matter bow bard bud to earnthe earn earnthe i ithE
the > money wherewith to support himaway him himaway bbRaway
away from their home
A Great SilL SimTo SilLTo SiaTo
To Withheld WithheldBut 8l Xiateess XiateessBut r e s sBut
But But where tae agai aco person is merelycblidtsh merely merelycfclldteh JIMnIJd1ildfsb
cfclldteh and aDd where tile tileart laosyneracfes laosyneracfese iioeynersdas iioeynersdasare
art e merely those e of a faatag memory mcanoryor memeryand memoryand
and leeeeaIAg YttaI 1orce tM elllJdreu elllJdreuor eldidreuOr
or ratawa tn1a W8 wno wto wbe WIthhold WIthholdand ktadaeav kisdaesiand ktadaeavand
and permiT irrttaiality to drive away awaynal awaypatience way waypatienee
patience in their treatment of Ute GIll GIllhO oldRho
Rho hO loft to their care care are eGIIUIIIt eGIIUIIItme cOiuting
me nal sins JJ otes which win brar brigtin braro rIIIgr
tin r o vn punisiunont both IA tate tatefor UII8orJd thisold
for old aadSta world to come comer eemeThey esmeThey
r They are anapiBK for themselves theaweiveedsagreeahlo a adsagree adisagreeable
disagreeable nd unlovely old ago wbkhwilt which whichwill wIaIdIwUl
will reader them uadeeiiable tematos tematosc 1IuDat 1IuDatf laaoatesof
of c f aay a y nocaehoUL nocaehoULIt ho
It te a great mtaCortune mI tRDe that aU aUyoun aUng alt7sung
youn ng men and young women w are not nottaugtit Dettaught nottaught
taught Vie e neceastty of preparing for foring forold forold
old age In n more Ways than JDenIT av avng v vmg
ing ng up for a rainy raia ay dayIadepadet ayIndepea f fIndependent
Independent eat m avaas aaa are indeed of ofvalue oCva1u dvalue
value va1u to tothe the old oldBut oldBut oldBut
But lovable oaaractocs c and sjnapa sysipathetic sjnapathetlc 1Q1IIipathetfc
thetlc qualities are of even nea1mportaDCe greater greaterimportance greaterimportance
importance importanceTo 1mportaDCeTo
To be tolerant olerast eraat to understand thechanging the thechanging thecbangtag
changing ttm times manners and cue customs cueto CWftom80
toms to be charitable bt n speech andto and andto
to look for the agreeable Ie dings as astopics astopics astopics
topics of conversation are rarelyccts rarely rarelycharacteristic rarelycharacteristic
ccts characteristic of the old oldThese oldTl1e oldThese
0araeterstiold
ccts0araetersti 0araetersti
These Tl1e e chh characteristics must ust bogia be Bi a abe to tobe tobe
be cultivated in I youth youthOne youthOne youthOne
One does not grow old andftealy suc1k y Itie It Itis ItJs
is a gradual proceM proceMT procemThe
T The old person who iB Braking a home homeUlomf homemenmf
Ulomf 1e bS fa1IIt t lending hrftaba hrftabaill trrltabQitt rritabilit
itt it intdfera i txvaoce aacr and ill temper oncewithout once oncewithout o eewit
wit without hout doubt looked with surprise e on onsome onsome onsome
some ancestor who exhibited the these e dfa dfaa dma dlsagreeable =
agreeable a reeabl eable traits of character er It te an aneasy anes aneasy
easy es matter to comment on the unpleasant un unpleasant 1nrleasant ¬
pleasant traits of others while at the thesame theEame thesame
same time we are e allowing < ourselves a to tofollow toSoJlow t tioIlow
follow directly te their footsteps footnpeThe footstepsThe f ps psrhe
The young YOUD or mlddleqt middle men ad aadSfomen adtomen andeotoen
Sfomen who are impatient < rnd nd unkind unkindS uald1ldtlwl unkindthe
S the old Jet kflp S te their cimrge should shouldusefaai 8bouJdii8u shoulduse
ii8u usefaai use look forward a few decades decadesKveijyj deaukE decadesEv
Kveijyj E Ev they have not sufncieat hu huxnanity huma henta
xnanity ma knd sympathy to control their theirid theirwordsrand theirwordsand
wordsrand actions ta their tare of the thed theid
id let them at least cultivate these vir virtues Tktu vtrtues ¬
tues tu for selfish ensh purposes te n order to pave pavethe pavethe pavethe
the pathway to their own old age ageCopyrteat ageCopyright
Copyright 3SM
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OF KEEPING DIARY DIARYCramps DIARYCramps
Cramps in Writing Hand One Oneof Oneofthe Oneof
of ofthe the Causes for Two TwoDays TvoDayS TwoDays
Days Suspension SuspensionBy SuspensioaBy
By PRANCES CARROLL CAR20LLTJJfDAT ARROLLM
11 fl TJJfDAT tJ DAY i atet r rk in my y Mry MryI < hy hyfor ry ryfor
M I for too dayr da awes caaaa xaa bad or orparty erparty orI
I V 1 party en i ahut ht had W time U for er no norlttng DntIDg noriling
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i ma sade she reckon OA OApe ste Jaot St M well wrtlKk wellgive
pe er pert ell pay bas Kk an aft she ewed owedthat ewedI ewedto
I to some folks la the wa fine tile l li tarthat
i that matter none n or the warty they tilert had hadwont hadwont
wont t no cooHt cols nohow DOboWde nohowma nohowleastwayc
ma de be wad ow 1 ow fir few people teepIeI peoplehow
how howto to give ve er she BII party MIIty8IIe1triam as she shechattedxm
I 8IIe1triam 8IIe1triamparty chattedxmalas alas party was er penal PeadLtwaya penalieatways
leastwayc the tae eattae WM or peach peachPunch peacI
btt c dat sobody have t flat 0 0P1IDd1 tic
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I aw en GROUCH PATtdQKS cello urn empuwcb urnp 11MIlpuII
p a mcn ea Judy th there re reel Ham names CM are areman aeKARTHA aremim
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man MARTHA en KISS JUDY JU MUK MUKSHAW XUNSHA IIUNSHAW
SHA SHAWeRn SHAW SHAWeanjrway W
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eRn eanjrway eIIDTW way 1Y they theycum cum too tooSlIM SUBB m ata sale sa4esbe saleshe
SlIM reckon reck they wax ia iaor n or harry 1 IIeat teeeat
eat fer JIbe jus k1lOWell they atinl bad aa4er bador
er JlIq1Iare eel in or meethsea month montham lD8IItJLi
i am Mde if her party didnt t do no noore notIaaa rhoruoce
ruoce ore taaa give PUNCH en JTJDT or orsquare erI orSinai
I square meal it would be a good thingPUNCH thing thingPUNCH tidIIcI
I PUNCH en JUDY is twifn t twl n whats whatsthe wltatsi whatsthe
i the good er bola twine twin speohally ullyoN ullyoN1wtmI old oldmade
made twins 1wtmI 1 wndftt W1I nt mane beta boy boyt boFtbI boytuts
t tbI iag so much fer thoa the if i was boy boytwins boYI boytwins
I twins i cud go out en enjoy playin withmyself with wJUamyMIt withmyaof
myself tergetaer but i wad hate to be beold bei beold
i old made ma < twins l lake ke punch en ed Judy JudyMa Judya JodyMa
Ma worked ed all day before the party JlZtTkep partyees partyea
ea kep me ne home from senate to RO ROerroads KGI goerrands
I errands en help her en when tae tim timfor time tbnefIJr timeter
for tn tile party cum m 1IKJ sade wont a soul soulthat aoGII soulthat
I that wnz cumin worth the tntbte shebad be beI he hehad
I had hM but ennyway they W1 w z xpeedn xpeetnbar Jt > oetai oetaiher
laer her to = rive Ice a party ea abe rfved 1C 1Cen It Sta
11 en PUNCH PL NCH CH an JUDY ec en ot em et etwhen etwhen etwhen
when the twine was served en mrs mrsPARSONS JDnIPARSONS mrsPARSONS
PARSONS spreed out her green Bilk sflkdress Bilkdre silkdram
dress all over the settee oa on Ute parlor parrmma parlorma trlurJDde
ma JDde sade It twot > wont no use her beta soprod so soproud 10II
proud of that green silk fer it wont wontan wootaD wontan
II an BIlk no way y en didnt Dt cost but thir thirherself thirty thirty
ty Dine amts ts 011 sale 1er she 88 sawed wed It Itenelt Itherself
herself on the counter CCNnt fore tan PAR PARSONS PARt PARSONS ¬
t SONS bort it itmrs It ItII itmea
II mrs INGRAM GRAX bed all her little curls curlson curlson
on en ma lade sad her face was painted painteden
en It was ttgusim ti n t t r see er ole won wonan wool woMan woolan
an lek leke mrs IXGRAX trying ter look lookleke lookeJe looklobe
lobe she was Just a pert young thing thingMiss thinXmt thingMine <
Miss MORRIS > wuz at the party too tooma tooAIde tooma
ma sade Jibe jug hated ter have her hercause bereaase barcans
cause she alas an gojs aK thru the honeren houee houeeen Muecen
en sees everything we got on goes goesaway pesa goesaway
a away en talks about how pore we are areen are areell arem
en what every think we e got coot en enen eftdont enwhy
why dont p gtt er rae tR his 8k7 seiryea 8k7I
I en ma dent eke her voitow 5Wthen AW AWI i ithen
I then there was thee up uptshj by little mrs JarsBAUi mrsRAIN I IBAIK
RAIN the new saber Just cum ter terfreder terfrederlcksbnrg I Itelling
freder frederlcksbnrg tel live live es Who Is i alive aJJ1ISI alivetolling
I telling folks folk what she done whte sa salived she 81Mlived shehued
lived in Ini Washingtonef Washington
i ef all aJltbe the folks in i Washington is lake lekeher Jekct Jekci lakeher
her i dont here ere ef etl i djnt beipreser beipreserdint be pre eci Preeerdint
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dint dintide dintIda t
i ide mUter live in fradericksburg frederlckaba frederi kabarg ea eagive ellI eagive
I give all aiy eaaaces chances army fer beln belnpreseromt belnI bunprrsetdint
I preseromt pi At then to be lake mrs BAIN BAINnsa BAINJD BAlrma
nsa sade e she elf sever be beeR n used usedbut usedter usedter
ter JIOth ea SIte JdRt cot De s sbat mannersbut
but she is our Mw new aabor DaborTheel so ma in invtted Invited
vtted her ter th tIM party partythen partythen plythen
then there WOE coda saltte ute en aat aatJAKE aDt1LO at atJA2
JA2 JAKE E cause they won kin folks en enHAD enHAD enHAD
HAD to he invited en thet ore oi ole MISS MISSJAMES MISSJAII
1 JAII JAMES snip aitfrreliu l4n lekesae Jeke he attns Is caoe caoesumbody C8Ia 6mmbo eveoqumhody
sumbody mmbo y dyoe Shoe alas Uu8 tHSK tePIJusumOltJl tslllsgsum hoajt hoajtsum
sum sumOltJl orful or ful thing she sawed tyeden or mmb suMboar suMboarfolks da dawimse
wimse d1 d en crYiD names mes et It IttoIk t was wasfolks
folks fr tiers which it t ant never neverthorns aeverthems ec echems
hems an the t twont folks At Was party It ItWOIIt Itwont
wont no bit bie l party ma node s de d JUS RDTERA HRncTFRM HSR HSRECTERMATE
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THE DAILY MENU 9
HOW TO PREPARE PREPAREBREAKFAST PREPAREBRBAKFAST PREPAREBREAKFAST
BREAKFAST BREAKFASTBaked BRBAKFASTBaked BREAKFASTBaked
Baked Apples ApplesPork AppleslIwk ApplesPerk
Pork Saaaase e Pats Sqaaah BtacaK Blsenitcoelea BtacaKCoffee BIIIc8ItCoft
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Cabinet Pudding with Prunes PrunesCoaTee PrtIR88CO Prunescages
cages CoaTeeSoaaah CO cagesSqash < ee eetseaItsTake
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ful milk onehalf compressed ed yeast yeastcake yeastcake t teRke
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then cake until the mold is toiL Beattwo Beat Beattwo Beattwo
two eggs ODe ° salt saIUqJooptul Kxmful salt Mlt ont onctiiird onttLird onethird
tiiird cup sugar and one and a half halfcups ialfcups
cups of milk Mix and pour over cake ekeand cakeand
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hour Serve with stewed prunes or orwtth orwith orwith
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Poems Women omen Should o Know KnowBators Kno KnoBi n nBdMurs ow
Bators Note Every poem which c will appear ia this series is ona onatho one onlitiMIi onetired
tired tho has bre brought > tob throb of hope a three of courage a throb of bappi bappinea happiness ppi ppietl
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A YOUTHFUL and attractive looking 100kIngsuit lookingL
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Is made by combining Ladles Home HomeJouraal HomeJournal HomeJournal
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is smart and stylish and especially be becoming becommg becorning ¬
coming to the tall slim girL The coat nowtpattern coatpattern coatpttenl
pattern cut 30 inches Inch long ion In front and andperforated andpoctorated andperforated
perforated for 26lnoh length has a anotched aDot anotched
Dot notched bed collar long revers and e eshaped eshaped ae aeshaped
shaped belt belt which ends at each side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the back panel The onepiece sleeves sleeveshave sleeveshave le e8 e8hae
have exit sections to which the slight slightfullness slight1ulln8S slightfullnesg
fullness Is s gathered giving a a bishop bishopeffect bishopetect bishopeffect
effect The skirt part of the coat Is Iscut 18cut Iscut
cut separately from the body in frontbut front frontbet front frontbut
but the back sections are continued continuedand coJ1t1nued coJ1t1nuedand continuedand
and form the t e peplum In the t e bsok bnuk ik The Theskirt Theskirt Theskirt
skirt is to eight gores with plaited plaitedsMes plaitedsides plaitede4dee
sides sMesTM e4deeThis
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h hunters nt rs green uroy with the col collar 001Jar colIan ¬
Jar battens e 1 1t elt of f black satin satinRaveas satinRaveus satinRavens
Ravens wing g zibeUne would would be bevery bevery bevery
very smart and and pretty for a young girl girlas gIrlas girlas
as would a golden goId8lbown brown b own chiffon broad broaddoth broadcIet broadcloth
doth or an an invisible e striped d serge or orcheviot orcbeYiot orcheviot
cheviot This pattern ie out o t only In Insizes Insizes insizes
sizes M 14 16 3 1C 17 and IS yearsThe years yearsThe yearsThe
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breasted br 8ete Norfolk N 1k style with notched notchedcollar notchedcollar notchedcollar
collar turnback cuffs and a twopiece twopiecesleeve twopi twopiecesleeve ce cesleeve
sleeve The Jacket for size 16 16 Is SO SOinches ro1nebe ZOInches
inches lo long ff at tb the eenterback the theskirt theaklrt theskirt
skirt is out In nine gores with two twobackwardturning twobackwanltumlDg twobackwardturning
backwardturning plaits at each seam seamand seam seamahd seamand
and an inverted boxplait at the cen centerlMMjk con conteraaek I
terlMMjk ter ck For fee K Ii 1 the skirt is 34 34inches 34kmg 34Inches
inches long at the enterfront oentertrootTId costarfrontThis enterfrontThte
This would make aa n attractive suit in ina Ina ina
a navy blue izrrMMe striped cheviot cheviotwith cheviotwit cheviotwith
with wit the collar vt rf plate 11 blue velvet ad aadwith adwith I Iwit
with blue velvet buttons Mixed wor worsted worsteds wort ¬
t sted atolls rough twaad tweeds tw twilled Ied serge or orcheviot orchetot orcheviot
cheviot would also be very serviceablewith serviceable serviceablewith srncBb1ewItA
with a plain velvet velv collar The T e coat coatpattern c coatpatters at atpauena
pattern i S cut only ia sizes 14 4 16 16 l 17 and andIs
38 18 and th the skirt pattern In the t e same samesizes me wmeekes
sizes 88 These are Ladles Home Journal Journalpatterns TournaipatterDli Journalpatterns
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WHAT WH T THE VARIOUS VARIOUSSHOPS VARIOUSSIIOPS VARIOUSSHOPS
SHOPS ARE SHOWING SHOWINGEvening SlJOWINGEveDiag SHOWINGEvening
Evening wraps fr wraps are in mantle stylewith style stylewith stylewIth
with sleeves in ORe with tae body bodyTailored bedyTalIoretI bodyTailored
Tailored skirts for fall wear are In a avariety avarJety avariety
variety of styles but they all show showbuttons BMWbtIUeA showbutte
buttons butte is for trimming except those thosewhich thosewlddl thosewhich
which are severely plain and tailored tailoredThe tailoredTJte tailoredThe
The saaor sailor cottar Is popular p palar for misses misses1attormad m1ssea1a missesbailormade
1a 1attormad eootumefi oo white wJtK some have haveamaM haveYOk havesmal
amaM yokes YOk with jabots or frHJs of ofjeMffoB ofddIr ofekige
jeMffoB ddIr lace 1ace or sBk sBkSkirts 8IJkSkins sMkSkirts
Skirts promise to retain their narrow narrowBeea narrowDeBII narrownees
Beea whether for walking or dress dressnaocleg drOssme dressmodes
modes naoclegOveraressos eLOTenke modesOveriresese
Overaressos eoIe of s 8 sheer eer fabrics are pop popHiar 1XP popafar j
afar 1Itarlor for afternoon and evening Browns BrownsSetae BOWDSsme gownsSame
Setae of the newe DewG8trloh new ostrich trleh feathers feathershave feathershave
have t tips s tinged a darker saod s thanthe than thanthe thant
the ereet ereetOetrleft root rootOstrioh restOstrich I
Ostrich plumes are more plentiful In InCMtMnory InzJIUIDery InvtlUhaery
CMtMnory but it te 1 ta the shorter s onesthat ones onesthat 9nes
that are sr most fashbuabieSaeus fashionable fashionableSleewas fa hloaablste8M
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ctted to remain abort on dreeey waists waistsThe wa1etsTINs waistsThe
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l ens 1ft veHhrgs veHhrgsWldte ps psWJIM
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the loading evening ev evNcct11to furs fursSJext fursfiehetm
SJext Ncct11to sto far braid is tie trlmrolajr trlm of ofthe orUte ofthe
the year and never er have thor there beea beennmore beeamore 1teeRJIIOre
more boaatiftri and gorgeous ge braids braidsseen matcl8JMH braidsseen
seen The smartest Is te Hercules and aadtate aMQII andthis
tate te being used for ec coats Skirts Skirtssasaos IklrtsJH rts rtssashes
JH sasaos sashes and te every conceits conceivaThe conceitsmanner concelv1M
1M manner mannerThe Der DerT1e
T1e The fr trills te about the throat called calleddown calledeIowD calleddown
down collars are popular for young younggirts younggirts younggirls
girts girtsCaaareag girlschildrens
girtsCWIcIresa
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ar are more faahtenabte f8k ta button i itooo oan an la la1eo a alace
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wets w the smaller child JLud and be sure surethat Urethat surethat
that he te permitted to do so M MWhen seWhen j
When the beads s arc sorted E rted the red redaadbtoe redaDdOhM redandblue
aadbtoe and yellow by themselves the thestringing thestrlDgiDg thestringing
stringing may begin beginGive begini beginGive
i Give each child a blunt needle and a athread aI athread
I thread and tie the first bead securely securelyto
to the end of the thread Then let et them themfollow themfollow
follow their own sweetwill swee sweet wll1 about put puttins putti7mSr
tins them on n until tRey have grown grownquite grown1lte growniulte
quite skillful In the not easy task of ofprishlne ofp8hln ofpishng
prishlne jije be needle through thrO b the hole and andslipping andI andslipping
slipping I the beads down the string Nev Never Ne Neer Never ¬
er let the beads be scattered s ttered on the thefloor theOr thefloor
floor or carelessly handled handledThe handledr handledThe
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r Live to care of the two little girls string stringinjr strlngInJ
I injr beads together One darkhaired darkhairedchild darkhairedchild
child bent over her work her chain chaingrowing
J growing steadily while > the other wasin was wasin
in continued difficulty At last l ot she sfcacried shecried
cried ur I cant see why your beads never neverfall DeverfaU neverfail
fall oft the needle while nijne wont wontstay WO wontstay 1t 1tslay
stay on At aIL But Butdarkhalr dark darkhair hair answered answer answered answered ¬
ed ed soberly I guess es its because I tryTo try tryTo tryTo
To try is the secret of a great deal of
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of one one Jcted kind and separate them themfroai themfrom themfrom
from those of another other is one of thepleasures the thepleasures
pleasures that do net not belong to child childhood cli1IdbocHl childhood ¬
hood alone The delights of o solitaire solitaireare solitaireare
are not only winning the game and em employing employing emPloying ¬
ploying oneself but the separation separ t1on of ofthe ofthe
the cards into suits and piling pmago them together to together ¬
gether geotherex exercises cbes for maay minds ID ndBgreatascloatlolL a agreat agreat
great greatascloatlolL greatascloatlolLSo fascination fascinationSo fascination fascinationSo
So when wh n mother mother puts the red and andgreen andgreen andgreen
green and and blue beads a111nto all into a box together to together to together ¬
gether and aeks the baby to toert ttr sort = ert them themout th the theout
out be win usually 1I5 ue + a1ly consider it great greatfun greatfun
fun As Aste he grows more familiar with withcolor withceJor withcolor
color many more colors and shades may maybe maybe
be added only to give ve him more morepleas morepleasare pleas pleasure ¬
ure In sorting and arranging them themThere themT themThere
T There ere mother mine are all done donecries done donecries
cries Bees Shall I Ibelp help you Ned NedNo NedT NedNo
No I want to do it myself ans
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over and over again to try with each
little bead bead to hold k property to aot aotuif Ut
uif the needle through it Just so ana to
hold It carefully until it is fairly 06 tn tnstring tne e
string you are teaching him something
that will be of use to him when w en be te aU
through gh stringing beads bea s and playing
kindergarten kindergartenWhen kindergartenI kindergartenWhen
I When the little hands get tired and aadcramped andcramped andcramped
cramped with picking pIcld g ujf the beads and
holding the needle fast fasthey they hold it so
tightly that if it were cmsbaMe Ie It Itwould ItwoW4 itwoul4
would crumble Ions Ions before the work is s
done donechnge change to some lively play one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the ball games or the wrist exercise e or oranything oranything oranything
anything else that will exercise the little
bodies and change their line of o thought thoughtas thoughtas
as well weHThe wellThe en enThe
The beads come logically almost last lastamong Jastamong lastamong
among the th kindergarten gifts or ob ob ¬
jects ts employed to train the childs mind mindand mindand mindand
and hands but they are a source of ofgreat ofgreat r rgreat
great delight and entertainment enteralnment and andmay andmay andmay
may always be used as a change from fromother romother fromother
other studies studiesCopyright studIesCopyrigbt studiestbpyrlgbt
Copyright Isle by Joseph Gte Itofete
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It does not matter how personal p rson a1 are the things you want to know Send your query to t Question Boi BoiEditer Bo BoEditer Boat BoatEditor
Editer and she will answer you promptly wafer wh J it is possible to o do so Your name will not be printed where whereyom whereYOK
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35 A A F Te make cuttings from rose roseebashes rosebushes o obus
bushes bashes this month monthis is the proper proper time timeTteey timeThey timeThey
They They should be cut in proper proPer length lengththen lengthtJteIa lengththen
then buried in sand or moss where wherethey wheretlIey wheretheydo
they theydo do not freeze in order that the thelower theJower thelower
lower end may heal over the callous callousIn caJlousIn callousdo
In the spring these cuttings are set in inthe Inthe inthe
the ground preferably in a rather rathersandy rathersaDdy rathersandy
sandy and welldrained place placeTo placeTo placeTo
To Soften the HandsA Hands HandsA
A A B B C Use a good cold cream at atnight atBight atnight
night rubbing it well into the pores of ofthe ottile ofthe
the skin after bathing the hands h ds then thenpowder thenpowder thenpowder
powder them and put them in lease leaseStoves ID8l loosegloves e egIofts
Stoves kept for or this purpose They will willoon wlllMOIl willsoon
MOIl oon become soft and whiter whiterTour wbiteYour whiteYour
Your second question n is one one which whichhas whichbas whichhas
has been asked me by so many young youngtvomen youngwomen youngwomen
women that I will answer it in a talk talkto talkto talkto
to you and them elsewhere on this thispage thispAge thispage
page in a few days It Involves a prob problem probJ8m problem ¬
lem too large for discussion in this col colTo colwmn colsmn
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smoothly ov over the e sheet G Go all allover alloverIt over overit overt
it t with nour Aour u ea that r you have dried In the theoven thoOVeD theoven
oven rubbing It into the lace with what whatis whatIs
is known as a complexion brush until untilthe unUlthe untilthe
the whole surface is coated and the theourtain theourtaln thecurtain
curtain will hold no more Throw a asheet asbeet asheet
sheet over all and leave for twen vfour v vfour vfour
four hours At the end of this time timeuspln timeuupln timeunpin
unpin the curtain Ctrt1n lift carefully shake shakeout shakeout shakeout
out the flour and bang in the outer air airand airand airand
and sunshino to let the flour blow blowout blowouto out outof outof
of o It t The Thedty diy for hanging it out must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be dry of course Lastly lay It upon uponthe upontbe uponthe
the ironing table t ttb ble ie wrong side up cover coverwith coverwith coverwith
with clean cheesecloth or thin muslin muslinslightly musUnslightly muslinslightly
slightly dampened and press firmly firmlywith firmlYwith firmlywith
with a warm not a hot iron ironCurtains trolLurtaSDB ironCurtains
Curtains treated this waywul way will look lookalmost lookalmost lookalmost
almost as fresh as when newCure new newCure newCure
Cure For Nervousness NervousnessNervous NervousneNevous NervousnessNervous
Nervous In mental mentl strength strength and th thcultivation the thAcultivation thecultivation
cultivation of will Power > ower is the only onlyremedy onIyremedy onlyremedy
remedy for extreme nervousness Rest Heatwont Restwont Restwont
wont wont do it It because Idleness brings time timefor timefor timefor
for brooding and selfconsideration is isthe isthe isthe
the worst thing In the world for a girl girlwith girlwith girlwith
with the fidgets ficI ts The mind must be beoccupied beoccupied beoccupied
occupied with Interesting work of one onesort onesort onesort
sort or another Read bright cheerful cheerfulbooks cheerfulbooksand cheerfulbooks
books booksand and give yourself ur eltbau haiZax Halt anfnour boor ot
complete relaxation twice a day Leo I
down in a quiet darkened room pic picture plcture ¬
ture to yourself a deep eep cool cool thickwood thick thickwood k kwood
wood and fancy that you are a hoary
log or some other inanimate lnanhn te thing Let Letevery Letevery Letevery
every muscle relax You would find findi findosteopathy findosteopathy I
osteopathy very helpful Avoid strong stron stroncorrea
coffee and i strong tea Get to bed early earlyget earlyget
get out of doors every morning In Inmediately im immediately InJmediately ¬ I
mediately upon rising rub the entire
body with moistened salt S Jt and then in ¬ I
dulge in a tepid spray chilling chllUDgwater th thwater Lye Lyewater I
water gradually graduallyBaked ndua1JyBaked graduallyBaked
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Baked Apples and Cream CreamL CreamL
L L G Quarter and core apples with without without without ¬
out peeling l ellng them and lap in a shallow sbalIowbaking shallowbaking I Ibaking
baking dish with a little water and a agenerous agenerous agenerous
generous sprinkling of sugar When Winesbaked Vvhenbaked I
baked bak d through and not too sift cover coverwith j jwith
with a little warm thickened cream creamAdd creamAda creamAdd I
Add a little nutmeg Bake for ten min minutes minutes ¬
utes longer longerBathing longerBathing mtnI
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Bathing the Eyes EyesT I IT
T 31 II If If you will bathe tho eyes ber berfore be before
fore going to bed with water as hot ascan as aacan ascan
can bear to which add a few drops dr pe of ofwitch ofwitch ofwitch
witch hazel it will remove all the dust dustof dUBtot dustof
of the theZltre = street street t ar aijd d prevent prcve t isSnmed m 4me4 eyes tjUI
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BREAD fURNISHES fURNISHESNOVEL FURNISHESNOVELFESTIVITY
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Church Women Entertain EntertainSupper EntertainSupper EntertainSupper
Supper Crowd Croytd With the theStaff theStaff theStaff
Staff of Life LifeNOVEL LifeA LifeA
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some form or have the staff of ofWe ofI oflife
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Church cordially request yonr presence presenceat
at astaff of life supper SU J on such a a date dateat dateat dateat
at 7 p Po ra m price 75 cents centsPerhaps centsPerkaIMI centsPerhaps
Perhaps a better idea cannot be given givenof givenor givenof
of how to conduct suoh a merrymaking merrymakingthan
than to describe the supper for which whlhthese whichthese whlbhthese
these cards ds were Issued IssuedThe l t5UedThe suedThe
The table Ie was effectively and at the thesame theMme thesame
same tune moot economically decorated decoratedThe deeoratecLThe decoratedThe
The centerpiece was a a huge sandwich sandwichloaf sendwiehloaf sandwichloaf
loaf hottowed wed out to form orm a a boat and andfilled andftIJed andtilled
filled with w1b paper flowers Smaller loaves loavesatoo loavesaI loavesalso
also scooped out and lined with paraffine par paraf3ne parmne
af3ne paper held the olives and salted saltedmat saltednut saltedruts
rutsThe nut mat
matThe
The first course was a delicious cream creamtoaot creamt4NMtt dreamtoast
toast served ic place of soup ThIs was wasfoaowee wastelleer wasfollowed
followed by bread fritters with with a sub substantial sub sub5taIIUI11 sobstaetial ¬
stantial Bourse of veal loaf and green greenpeas sreenpea greenpeas
peas ia inJltUe Otttle boxes of hollowed out outbread out1IrM4I outbread
bread browsed brWDe4 In the oven Instead of a asalad alaG asalad
salad laG they Ole had excellent dab sand sandwiches aDdwtebes sandwiches ¬
wiches and for dessert French pancakes pancakesrolled JtDC8k pencakosrolled S Srei
rolled rei ax Jut powdered sugar Coffee Co ee and andcake andcake
cake CAMe last o o alL alLThe allThe alLThe 1
The place cards e rds found Sot t each cover coverbore coverbore coverbore
bore on one side the names of the theguests theguests theguests
guests as nasal and on the reverse each eachhad i ihad i ihad
had a question releth relating > g to bread in his hisI hisItoO hislegend 1 1tory
tory legend etc Between courses these thesequerios thesequertea I Iqueries
queries were read aloud and the theanswers theaD8wers theanswers
answers searched for It helped to pass passthe p86OM passthe
the time merr1IyHere merrily merrilyHere
Here are 18 a few of the questions as asexampies 38examp asexamples
exampies examples e of the series seriesWhat MriesWhat seriesWhat
What AQI r I person when w en told that the thepoor thepoor
poor were dying for to want of bread i3j i3jreported Is isreported
reported to have said Why y dont they theyeat theyeat theyeat
eat cake ckeT Marie Antoinette AntoinetteWho AntolaetteWho AntoinetteWho
Who Art called bread the u staff ta of oflife oflifer
life lifer Jonathan SwiftWhat Swift SwiftWhat SwiftWKt
What marvelous elou bread saved manyItY manylives many manyI
I lives ItY The manna that fen In thedesert the
desert
After Supper supper the from trol assumed the tnegeaoral thecbaracter
general character of a sociable bIe with withseveral withenl withseveral
several enl mecry contests te which bread breadplayed treedI breadplayed
played a part For Instance a table was wasroUed wasoUe4l wasroiled
roiled upon tae scene upon which sev several several soyoral ¬
eral kinds of loaves were heaped up upete upplayen upand
and players were called on to give each eehIts eachIts
Its proper name DAme as New England loaf IGarate loafetc
ate All those who succeeded m in wrttIR wrttIRe writing wrlttag wrlttagout
out complete e Mats drew for f at atthe a prize in inthe IntAe
the form of a pretty bread plate
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5aan t h fining Sense Senseacv
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bX thte day Y with the Yon in a pow powerful JOWedul powsnub
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ecMatfc conJanotioB and aDd with other otherj otherpIIutet otherplanets i
planets w a plAce that Is reed byastrology by
j astrology as greatly malignant lgJHDt for those thosethoeo thoBeho thosewho
who ho trust to chance or luck ad for torIGee forthose
those who i Incline clu e to speculation specelat1ou wagers wagersier wagecsor wagersor
ier or te other ways depend on fortune fortunerather fortune12Ltar fortunerather
rather than on their own efforts effortsPatienc eCronsP effortsPatience
Patience P and perseverance are held helduader heldvender
vender 1 such sips to be the most imper impertaat ert irpertaa
taat attributes counteracting the mla mlaloadioc mlse misleading
t leading t thadendea endes e that would woulcllmpel impel mento men mento mento
to drop one thing for another
It Is not a day i itimidity tDa tDatI
tI timidity ItY or irresolution There are goods good goodasjKJSts
aDd undertak undertaktegs UDdertaktags undertaklags
asjKJSts 15 s for all enterprise
tags that are Justified by reason andfounded and andfounded andfoaDded
founded on solid grounds Reserved Reservedthoughtful R Reservedthoughtful ed edthcMIghUul
thoughtful persona are under the bes bestpower bespower bespower
power Those who are rash impetuous impetuoustrouble impetuousand impetuousnod
and quarreJ quarrelsome ome wiU find little tut tuttrouble ut
trouble tf they yield to any of these i ipulses la lapulsOs
pulses in this period periodThe poloThe
The sign Is held by astrology astrologyevil to be beevil beevil
evil for quarreling partners lawsuits lawsuitsaad lwmt5aIMI awhiuitsand
and Contentions over money moneyThe moneyTbe moneyThe
The Sun and Uranus oceapy placesthat places plncestAat p pthat
that are held significant si t of great proftt profttto profttto proesto
to arise from peaceful agreements co cooperation c0 c0operation cooperation ¬
operation concessions and mutual for forbearance tor torbenLDCe forbearance
bearance In n disputes disputesThe disIUtesThe disputesThe
The sign la good for study stud scicesightseeing science sciencelightseeinfT weneeghtsee1nJ
dealt sightseeing < journey abstruse tasks tasksdealing tas tasdealing tasksdealing
dealing dealingdealt dealtwtth with complicated figures and un undertaking undfrtaklng edertaldag ¬
dertaking matters that require uncom uncommon uncommoD uncommon ¬
mon knowledge or art In unusual direr directions d1recnoos direrB direrIan ¬
B tions tionsIn noosIn
Ian In the household bo3eehold there is favor fa ror < for forhiring forhiring forhiring
hiring maids and for doing doin anything anythingconnected anythingcon1lccted anythingconnected
connected with fowls fowlsOver fowlsOver fowlsOver
Over Portugal there arises aelgu a sign tell tellIDIT teitIN teeing
tIN of coming ugreet great alarms alarmsPersons aJarmsPersons alarmsPersons
Persons with this birthdate are under underaspects underaspects underaspects
aspects that are read to rule for strongworldly strong strongworldly strongworldly
worldly talents talentsand and delights with a So ten tendency tendtncy tenderly ¬
dency to Indulge too greatly in theplssnres the thepleasures thep1eRsures
pleasures Of life lifeChildren 1I 1ICh1k1ren lifeChildren
Children born today an under a sign signheld slsnbeld signheld
held to o Imply the possession of strong strong1passions strongpSS1ons strongpassions
passions
NEW Cor I BINATlOr i S SfOR
fOR I UNDERWEAR lOERlEiCorset a aCorset y
Corset Covers and Drawers DrawensAre DrawemAre DrawersAre
Are Made In Various VariousStyles VariousStyles VariousStyles
Styles StylesS StylesC
OMKENATIONS mtmNATIO OS ATIONS S in
S underwear waderwearwere underwearwere r rwere
C were owe the Ihr1Ytlegeef privilege Kh1Iep W ecrich tfce tfYrerich tfcerich
rich alone bet now each eachthings pretty prettythings JlQltt7things
things ea be pnirrhttiiac to iiimoderately ga ojrtfi ojrtfimoderately oe oemoderately
moderately priced grades that that espeelamp MIl n nrtallj 8 8In
in this tubular season mon of eCare w ware veare
are wining and anxious te anal NIl NIlselves euc ettrselves eucBelves
selves of thorn thHBThe thtmrThe thornThe
The corse cover CO and drawers ra eoraM omrlnation eemWnation eoraMnatlon
nation Is by far the most popular Tho Thodrawers TMdrawers Tb Tbdrawers
drawers have deep yokes Ok to Tthluh are areattached axeattached areattached
attached luge circular flounces thus tiesproviding thusproviding tproviding
providing enough e skirt fluff and teee 1eeew 1eeewadmit te toadmit teadmit
admit of the e omission 0 11 of the short shortderskirt aderekirt 1IIt 1IItduskJrt
derskirt O Oten ten the drawers raWtIrS are r6at slsskadat itnnhofl itnnhoflat
at the sides and mashed with varrowwash narrow narrowwash rOW rOWwash
wash ribbon ribbonCorset ribbonCorset ribbonCorset
Corset covers of this sort are seado lcaderather seadorather tEMIerather
rather full gathered in at the thellDe waist waistline watatline
line or In the th tightfitting style JItJ1eby favor favorby taverwl taverwlby
by stoat women This oombhiattou to tooften JIIotten isoften
often made la aBover alle er Bagttah Ji1 hlfegit gll gllembroidery oyolet oylstembroidery oyoletembroidery
embroidery which hICh allows the tltebon8 tltebon8er bonnetsea bonnetseaer feeraot agv agver
er to be made IB one piece awl tile thoembroidery tileembroidery lbembroider
embroidery pattern to extend the eedru eedrulength
length Jeo St of the drawer flounce flounceTne ftouRC8The licenceThe
The corset cover and drawers wea weanation oseshi oseshination c cnation
nation is made also with withand a deep voteand vote pmand
and a flounce th the latter OB tao skirt skirtlI8 skirtthis skfctthis
this time timeThis t
This model Is popular with woman at atslight 9fMight ofslight t
slight build Under the same bead beadthe comae comaethe
the princess rncese slip which is by 1JconAnOd no mesas mesasconfinod i iconfined
confined in use to the Hnsocte JIBter1eown prtaeasa prtaeasasown pdaaesaOn
sown sownOB ownOn
On OB the other hand its employment af afdarts edarts ofdarts
darts and cores 0teS in the skirt make it itsuitaiile ksuitable itsuitable
suitable for IK wear with any tteatflttteg tightdidagshirt tteatfltttegskirt dIIg dIIgsJdrt
skirt skirtFor sJdrtFor shirtFor
For the princess s sits the favorite favoritetcrials am amterials materials
terials are lawn batiste ta aad catea daIDaThe c faa shin sOkThe shinThe
The waist Del skirt irt are often oneil1r dabomte dabomtely elaboratoly
ly triawaed with lace eanbreMorjr 1 1n 1Threepiece and aadribbon andr14l
ribbon ribbonThreepiece r14l on onThreepiece n
Threepiece models are infrequent IRf be because 1M 1MCCl becauee ¬
cause CCl e of the tightness ti hbaeeS wf the styles but 1MItare butare aatare
are sometimes adopted by sleader wo women we wemen ¬
men Chemises CbfmL are still I in favor faVOIy es especially eepeelalty ¬
pecially Iy in n softfinished materials materlaDIainlv at i a aplainly aplainly
I plainly plainly embroidered Frenchcot modelmo model medcKSonio
Soma Sonio mo of COSTS co are areI made elaborate by byaeons b bmeans
means of lace lac edging and insertion tosertJoaFor eerUoLFor
I
For all these combination com tion para garments garJQeIItsSOft garmentssoft eats eatssoft
soft SOft sheer goods are chiefly ia favor favorthte tar11l11s favorthis
this season Batiste nainsook chin chiaafcllk eakJlk chineltk
11l11s fcllk cotton crepe softfinished camferie camferiehandkerchief CUIIIJrieI cambrichandkerchief
handkerchief lineD l and Persf lawa lawaall aWJIa8 aWJIa8aU aws ue ueall
I I all seen 5e > D Lace aDd band an r fI ier i r rbroidery ear earbroldery
I broldery are all popular DO as triouQASs triouQASsHOUSEHOLD trlmn trlmni trimnsgsI
I I 1 1WORrH
i HOUSEHOLD HINTSWORTH HINTS HINTSWORTH
WORTH KNOWD KNOWING KNOWINGRed JG JGRed O Ofed
Red Pepper Will Ward Off Insects InsectsHow InsectsHow InsectsHow
fed How Plaids to 1i Mend end r rPlaids rPlaids rPlaids
Braid of check materiel is best mend meedof mmded mended
ed by using normal enaI shades of e silk or orthread erthread orthread
thread ia ODe ODeA needle needleA aeedleA
A housekeeper who rinds trouble inkeeping In iakeeDiaff Ink
keeping k DJ lars = e etothezplas oa Ute leeson lees JlM3on aaea aaeaon
on a windy day assn es a smeller size to toadvantage teadVantage toWhite
advantage advantageWhite adVantageWhite
White oilcloth is s the beet covering for forpantrr forJMUltO forpantry
pantry shelves Keep red 7 paper acouad acouadthe DDdthe aaraadthe
the edges to ward off insects insectsHardwood imeetHanlw insectsHardwood
Hardwood ocl floors should never bo bocleaned bOcleaned bacleaned
cleaned with water Kerosene eae ell ellsprinkled ailsprinkled n nsprinkled
sprinkled on a woolen W cloth re reEoratrhes r rtMS romasea romaseascratches
scratches tMS and Mains Always Alwanthe r rthe = > a athe
the grain of o the woodTo woodTo wood woodTo
To clean awansdowa wan Make a a warm rmIatber warmlather wanalather
lather of soap and squeeze the dews in inthis Iathis
this tin it is dean cle n Rinse in fresh coM coMwater cwwater coldwater
water with a Itttle biota Muing > 111b1 in it tt Taoa Taoashake TIteBi Theashake
shake and ban han = r in th air to dry dryNEWEST clrYNEWEST dryNEWEST
NEWEST FANCIES FANCIESIN FANCIESIN
IN WOMENS SHOES SHOESFancy SHOESFancy SHOESFancy
Fancy Instep Straps Effective With WJtitCenter WithCenter Withv
v Center Cut Out to Show ShowHosiery ShowIJosiery SlowHosiery
Hosiery HosieryQuite IJosieryQuite HosieryQuite
Quite effective Is the tansy taDCystra iasiaa mtepstrap iasiaastrap
strap with the center cut oat t so ae to toshow toshow toshow
show the hosiery hosieryAnkle hos hosieryAnkle ery eryAnicJe
Ankle straps continue c in Infaver fsvor verr TSsm 1many TSsmaHy USIRally
ally this strap Is s narrow and sees OB ellshoe a ashoe
ti tishoe
shoe which h bs h foxing on tae etoe vamp vamptoe vampstoe
toe toe as well as asIn heel heelIn eel eelIn
I
i In place of the bow or bookie same soaaepomps SMiIIMpumps samepumps
pumps are proviced prom d with a aleather stttobod stttobodleather stitehdleather
leather slide cut through so as to saow saowthe sw swthe showthe
the hosiery hosieryA hosiersA
A unique finish to one of the tall tallpumps IIIM1mvs tailpumps
pumps is a stitched strap st which sMasthrough slips MIthrough slipsthrough
through tu1 an opening to l the va vamp N > itself itselfThe I IThe itselfThe
The effect Is quite similar te a leather leatherbow lee leatherbow Ml Mlbow
bowOxfords bowOxfords bow bowOxfords
Oxfords with either two or three UIAebuttons threebuttons
buttons of fair size are modish Taeee Taeeeare Tlleeeare Th f
e epump
are built quite on all the a lines of Ute thopump Utepump
pump Some S me of these th e button b4IttDBare oxfords oxfordsare snlsceare
are made up with patent leather vs vamps 1III8J1PSwh vampswhite pe pewhile
while wh e the upper er part of the shoe Is tevelvet Isvelvet isvelvet
velvet velvetHOWr
HOWTO 0 SEW SILK SILKWnea SILKWhen SILKWhen
When sIlk polls out of shape uDder a apatters apattern apattern
pattern baste the edges of the silk silkevenly silkevenly silkevenly
evenly to a newspaper Cut through throaahgllk hsUk throughsilk
silk and paper To press tucks te crape crapedo crepede aepedo
do chine pot a sheet of white tissue tissuepaper MIepaper tissuepaper
paper over over the right side In this way waythe waythe waythe
the tucks may be seen and kept 1e > t straight t
I
Your Personal Success Depends DependsThe DependsUpon DependsUpon
Upon Your Ability to Command CommandThe CommandThe
The Attention of Others OthersStrong
Strong Stron Personality is the common term t rD Some people may be beborn bebornwith bom ben1with bomwith
with it to a certain degree d free but it is attainable by cultivation Jest as asone asone asone
one cultivates a knoVled e of the arts and sciences es
I Mr DAODiys course In iD Practical P actlcal Psychology acts actS as a school of ofpreparation ofpreparation
preparation for those who desire success be it In business or coetal life lifeSome llre f fSome r rSome
1 Some of the subjects treated Jn n this course are areThe areThe y yThe
The Development of a Strong PersonalityThe Personality PersonalityThe PersonalityThe
The Cultivation of e Strong Will ViII Power PowerThe Pow r rThe
The Cultivation of Memory MemoryThe MemoryThe V VThe l
The LawofSuggestion LawofSuggestionTie Law of Suggestion SuggestionThe SuggestionThe
The r r rr Development of SelfConfidence SelfConfidenceConcentration SelfConfidenceConcettration
Concentration and SelfControl SelfControlThese
These studies If f mastered are the means indocivo to success su and andoptimism aI14loptimism andoptimism
optimism and are equally indi3r indispensable > enaable to the business man men the thephyslcln thephyslcln thephysician
physlcln the lawyer the salesman the educator tho society 8oa1 ty man or orwoman exwoman orwoman
woman woman or any anyone one who wishes to bo a power in every sphere oC Hfe HfeThe 1tf 1tfThe ife ifeThe
The study of the abovenamed subjects develops In self eel that powerand power powerand powerand
and personality that no one can afford to be without and arc surely anadditional an anadditional anadditional
additional ornament to the education of any one oneThese oneThese oneThese
These studies involve no mystery teJ7 of any kind k1nd bUt thoyare practical practicalfacts praeUGllilfacts prasleadfacts
facts the result resuI y ycourse of o rational scientific deductions Terms for the entire entirecourse elKkecourse
course are moderate Full particulars cnn be had on application applicationSTUDIOS applloationSTUDIOS applicationSTUDIOS
STUDIOS 1622 Q QSt St e N o W WPhone WPhone 0 0Phone
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