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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES,1? TIJESDAY-, FRIL 25, , 10JL6. 11 i "' ,L J 1 -J H r .1 I. . t I . THE TIM ES DAI LIP MAGAZINE PAGE l u i . Is Borrowing Clothing a Social Error When Sister Wants to Bor r row Ycur Only Coat, and You Come Home 40 Find Brother in Your Only Shirt Wh'at Should be Done? Should the Thing ' be Looked Upon as a Grime or as Merely a. Social Error? 1, THE Conductor haa boon asked to consider tho question of, borrow ing clothing. Aaldo from the deep opprecla 1 tlon of tho compllmcn; accompanying the renucat. tho seriousness of the ques tion at hand la thoroughly recognized. " It would seem that the first atop In uch a consideration would ho an at tempt to discover whether, or not bor k rowing clothing be a mere social rrror or a crime. Social errors can be overlooked, ' but crimes must bo followed up and punished. . ' Thus we havo In the beginning the two distinctions: Clothing borrowed without permission. Clothing borrowed with permlaslon. Without Permission. Under tbla head comes all clothing, hats, ties, and other accessot lea to dress ovhlch are taken and worn WITHOUT the nsrmlsslon of tho true owner. Tho fact that tho person "would havo lent It to me" had he been nt home la no excuse. Borrowing without permission ls'the same thing as stealing outright. Manv things aro to be considered. There may bo objects In thrt placo whero the garment Is kept which the owner docs not desire, to have profaned by tho public gaze. Such as unreturned handkerchief, sundries, and perhaps even other things which do not belong to him. Then again, the shock of mcctlnc one's only clean shirt In the busy mart, fondly clasping tho bosom of same one other than Its owner, Is frightful. Yet It In a well-known fact that dodgo as one may, It la almost Impossible to keep from rncctlni; tho owner w.icn .a urreptlously borrowed garmoni Is worn. Capplllary attraction ag.Un. Clothing borrowed wlthour permMclor fosters murderous Instincts, hatred. Jealousy, and other III humors. Tho habit of so regaling one's self on tl-o possessions or others is to sneak ulr.ln- ly very reminiscent of our friend the cock-roach, who lives ontlrelv nnnri tniit which he can take when tho, owner Is away. The subject Is even now only faintly touched upon. With Permission. Tho habit of asking to borrow cloth ing Is a despicable thing at tho bent. When one docs not know a pe.'ron well, the affront It unpardonable but when ono docs know tho owner It is even moro.-iudlcatlve of a small, mPin, mind. ' For fhame upon ho who would fouc through circumstances, the loon of a garment. "I went out of my way to stop and buy for you, now lend me that dress suit." The fact thit the favor entailed with the second icquoet far outbalances tho first Is of no moment to tho chronic clothes borrower. H knows no law. Ho Is as apt to ask for the loan of u pair of whlto kid gloves, because ho paid your car fare as he Is to denvnd your enno In payment of having passed "you tho sugar. r Ho la a nicimco to public health and happiness. He sti ps at nothing. r'o gurmeilt t.i too sat rid for him. It would take two columns nine miles long to adequately tell of him. m 4 And In sew of such wo would render our decision. Slnco borrowing without asklre Is tho cramo thing as stealing, we would ileslg noti) such a social ciior. But slnco borrowing with permission is a deadly and Insidious Intuition upon Mlfe. liberty, and happiness. It consti tutes a crime One-Uno tragedies. Woman Recovers Speech! The Gentleman on ur left nnjn thnt if April it." 1m o terribly unhappy, vrlint rlinnce hits poor old Mnrcli 4 next yrnrr Thoughts on Easter. Oh, what's the use I spent mv last cent Oil u palt ot high whlto shots to uso on Easter And it rained, tltut utlll 1 wore them) And sterped Into u nucldlc. Now 1 haxtn't enough mo.icy to buy A cr.ko of boqp To vuh Ihera with I WHITE R. Item: (Prom the diary ot the youniiest In Any Family). . Well Caster Sunday Is 6ei. I tlcl not have food lu,ck at the .White lousc, I wore my new hat 'which was a bea.it. And a fine suit with pleats In tho hick, 'the trousers come below the knees ami look like fifteen years old easy. I picked tcss and won a lot hut had bad luck. I'm Kind that It Is rainy today. I inrf stay In a day mid get it out of my hair and not miss any tun, THE CONUUCUm. Back to Your Plowing. Into the room of tho country edi tor came a bluff old farmer with his eighteen-year-old son. "I've como for a little Information, sir," he said hopefully. "I shall bo delighted to do what I can for you," was tho polite reply. "Well, this son of mine wants to go Into tho literary buslnuss, anil I thought you would be able to tell If thero waa any money In it. It's a good line. Isn't It7" , , , "V-e-e-es," rolled tho editor hesi tatingly. "I've been In It myself for a good many years and " The farmer thereupon looked around at the shabby office, and then at the shabblor editor. - "Come on, Willie." he ordered. "Back to your plowlnjr, my lad!" Philadel phia Ledger. Necessary. "I hearA Mr. Suburbs aneaklncr most beautifully of his wife to another lady on the train Just. now. Itather unusual In a man these days." "Not under the circumstances.- That was a new cook he was escorting out." Louisville Courier-Journal. Seen In The Shops By THE SHOPPER. POI'I,IN, a perennial favorite, comes back to us again In tho usual colors, now tho manu facturers manage It la a ques tion, bit, tho shades and tlnta that they assure us cannot bo ob tained In more cxpentlvo goods bob up n.i serenely us ever. The price, too, la tho same, Si cents a yard. Striped aport hats In colorings .to harmonlio with tho now awning garbort'lncs arc $3. GO t uuo of tho department stores, Thy ate ready to wear, with a band or p.aln whlto or tho color of tho strlpo. Tra cling clocks of rod and dark green leather aro $1 at a Fourteenth street shop. They nro handy to tuck In tho suitcase or traveling bag, and so Inexpensive that dam ago need not necessarily bo heart breaking. Ono of tho if street clothing stores Is having Its annual salo of a well known brand of hosiery. They am nominally Hoot stockings, but tho slllt part reaches abovo the -knee. Thero are a hundred colors to chooso from, and the price is 1 a pair. Chamolsctto gloves in yellow or white aro SO cento a patr. This Is an especial bargain because tho price of plover has motiMted appreciably cotton' at well as d being affected. Thote'H a very good looking pair of Havana brown pumps to he had at a Ninth street boot shop for $4. Boots of di'il: brown and white the brown being tho lower portion and tho white much llko a spat aro tho same price. (Telephone Mln (MO for Information ro- ?:ardlnK the names of the establishments n which the article mentioned ' above may be purchased. Inquiries concerning news 'of the shops ahould be addressed to The Shopper, this office). RECIPES Peanut Macaroni. One cupful macaroni. One-half cupful of chopped peanuts. Ono cupful of whlto sauce. nread crumbs. The macaroni Is boiled In salted water until tender, then Is covered with cold water nnd drnlncd. Butter u baking dish, put In ono layer of macaroni, a layer of whlto snucc and a laycr of peanuts, nencat this layer process until the macaroni In used up. Then the top In covered with whlto naucc, bread crumbs and a bit of butter and the wholo Is baked until brown. Cream Rice Soup. One-half cup cut raisins; 'J cups rice stock; 2 cups milk; 1 teaspoon salt; 1 teaspoon butter: 2 teaspoons flour; teaspoon coarse buttered crumbs. Tut rice stock on to boll, add nalt and raisin- melt butter and add flour: mix well, add to rlco stock and boll three minutes: odd the bolllns: milk: nerve with buttered crumbs. Melt 1 tablcsDoon butter, take soft bread and rub between hands to'mako coarse, soft crumbs without crust; cov er with the melted butter, put on plo tin In hot oven to brown. Peanut and Banana Salad. Two bananas, cut Icngthwlso and quartered. Mayonnaise dressing. Chopped peanuts. The peanuts should bo kept on Ice be fore cutting, then they aro nllccd. cov ered with mayonnaise dressing and sprinkled with peanuts. Annie "Advice to Young Men For several years this column has been headed with tho title, "Advice to Girls," by Annlo Laurie. Notwith standing the suggestion that her counsels be restricted to the girls, tho column has grown more and more Times Pattern Service rfL-3rY fifi lllllirr KsKKk "Kr till vW SSSSt3L. 74 JIM mMi r33 MmEm I HlRu ammwwWliSml B'AllMlft )saaaaaaRtHl sasBflB I "I SrsaHB B .UnMM ftl Jul tfclZE MUKr DE THE TIMES PATTERN SERVICE. Namo No. 733. Street and Number SIZE DESIRED City and State . . . FEMININE FOIBLES - By WVvSllUfl a ft V a! - , ataKaVJaHMuV Ml S&fjl "9 TllaParHPT j,. t ' I Jattsfllab'lBieit rtUwaVralalalalalalalalalalBlalalalalalH V A 1 f m V alalalalalaB BelalalaHBialalalalBBHBialalalalalalalalalalala Wf''KHP BlBlBlBlBlBlBWa ialBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlB UGKatkKataiBF bibibibibibibibIbIbW a! 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Perhaps the fact that this Is Leap Year has had something to do with It, for some of them ask the very same things the glrlo were asking a NEW style and in good taste is this children's coat with a cape collar which tones up the garment by being made of con trasting goods. The skirt section gathered to Ihe body section is well defined by a stitched seam over which a s'eparate- belt is ar ranged. The cuffs on the sleeves are of contrasting goods to match the collar and the. gar ment complete has the full flare that is popular in coats for adults. The pattern 733 is cut in sizes 2 to to years. Size 6 years re quires 24. yards of 36-inch ma terial and half yard of contrast ing goods. To obtain this pattern fill out the coupon and enclose 10 cents in stamps or coin. Address Pattern Dcpattment, Washington Times, Munsey Building, D. C. The Washington Times guaran tees the delivery of all patterns sent for through this service. No patterns can hu obtained in person. Owing to the Installation ot a system fa distribution, orders may not be riled without tome delay during, the next week, especially those for patrons living outside ot the Dis trict. All patterns wilt receive as prompt at tention as possible. PUT ON COUPON) April 25. . year ago. They wafU Jo know wheth er or not they should keep on writ ing If their letters remain unan swered, they entreat help In patch ing up misunderstandings and ask estimates' on the Income necessary before they can get married. Ever so many other Important questions come up tq be solved. It seems hardly fair that that same forbidding title. "Advice to Olrls." should stand. Hence, In order that it may more nearly approach the broadened field ot Its endeavor, wo are going to be noncommittal, and call ourselves hereafter, Tho Chap erone. Now I'm going to ask you to help her when you send In your Inquiries. Why not lot's havo more variety to our questions, for one thing? Many ot those who patronized An nlo Laurie's a'dvice In the past seem ed to think that her specialty waa love. Day after day the letters pour ed In, Imploring aid In winning this young man's affections, or those of that disdainful mnd. Is love the only problem of tho present genoratlont Isn't there ever on occasion when tho advlco of a disinterested third person would be appreciated in something other than an affair of tho heart, 1 here's friendship. Hunely some of you would, like to ask questions ubout that. Suppose, If you wero a girl, your chum had behaved In a way that seemed to you qulto rudo and uncalled for. It might be that The Chaperone could help you to dis cover what tho matter Vvas and straighten thtngs out for you. I am sure that thero nro nny num ber of other problems that will occur to you from time' to time ana Tho Chaperone will do her best to solvo them for you. A mother may want some advice about a daughter who seems discontented, or a son who cannot seem to decide upon a trade. Thoro la another courtesy I'm go ing to ask of you. Watch this column tor answers to questions that are like thoso you wish to ask, Kupposo some ono wnnted to .know, for examplo, whether a young man should object If tho girl to whom he was paying attention had other men callers. That's an Inquiry that comes over nnd ovor (or did come aver and over to the late Annlo l.aurle). To gratify the hordes of Inquiries, tho answer to that had to bo repeated until the typowrltor fairly begged for mercy. Long, long ago It boenmo necessary to forego publishing tho stamp lan guage People took It too serious ly. It's just Intended to be used as a Joke, anyway, but tho way people demanded It suggested that they really beUeved In Its powers. Another question-Quito- beyond the Annette Brddshw has been, for several years, very noycr of n human being to answer runs something llko this: "I have been gc-ng with a young man for thrco monthx, but h does not como to see me any moro. How can I regain his love'" You see. without knowing either of tho persons concerned. It Is Impos sible to answer a qucutlnn like. that. I don't bcllcvo thero Is a person on onrth who is ablo to give advlco on that subject. And. girls, when you write to mo about your men friends, don't cnll them "fellows.-" I hog! And. von me;, don't refer to tho object of your affections ns "young girls." If any of you wish pcrsonil replies, Tho Chaporono will bo glad to givo them promptly If a stamped envel ope 1 Inclosed with the Inquiry. Three-Minute Journey By TEMPLE MANNING. r N Arlon, the chief town of quaint old Luxemburg, thero occurs on tho first Sunday In Lent a curious festival. All tho newly-murrlcd couDlea of tho preceding year uro then called upon in cu-o thaiiKs for tho hanuiness which has fallen or Is supposed to have fallen to their lot. It Is tno day they uro sup posed to pay for their good fortune in substantial ways. On the dujs meccdlng this particular Kumlay tho brides aro busy baking cukes and Innumerable sweets, and bulng oranges nnd other fruit, for every wed ding guest must now icreivo u gift. And each guest who succeeded In obtulnlng cvtn u tiny tin cud ot tho gurter ribbon that ono of her girl friends stolo from her after tho ceremony must now re ceive from tho brldo a f'broUor or "fas- ftenbohnen" thht sho has baked with hot- own nanus. -1,'iiis gaiter riDuon is supposed to exert a powerful Influence In brlpglng ubout tho tlng of tho nup tial knot for u".l unmarried owners. And so, for u double reason, oven a tiny silken fragment Is fought for and saved with ultnost rougious eui. itur li i Tin inwn ciiuuren who muni most by tho festival. All tho kiddles of Arlon lUBsomble early In tho morning, unil with two policemen at their lieuu, which gives tho procession ciuUe an c flclal appearance, march to tho houso of the nearest bride. There they sing, und tho brldo und bridcgioom nnpoar ut tho window nnd shower them with fruit ono cukes. When tho song is finished und the goodies havo o'.l been scrambled for, the procession re-forms und marches on to tho homo of tho next nowly-manted pair. Ho It goes all day long, nnd when night comes tho children go homo tired out, but laden with Innumerable) good things, (Copyright, till. Newspaper Feature Rerlce). Let Not Single Fly Live; Constant Warfare W, Sole Price of Safety i 7 . Aii' By dr. Leonard p that fatal, malignant blood poison ing, cal)eA anthrax, disseminated by" cheap fura. by hair bnuhca. slinvlnr brushes, or by leather and I hides? It U scattered In all the mrari and, furthermore, it la spread bj flW- Hevcntten yean ago Prof. NutUll. formerly of Johns Hopkins University, now of Oxford, .England, proved .that flics visit thri carcasses of cattle dead of anthrax and other epliootlcs and thua disperse with their saliva, their wings and their feet thoyvlrulent germs thua picked up. Experimentally, It wan shown that the meat fly and the, horse fly are ablo to carry anthrax bacilli on their feet and In their proboscea. ' Allowed to walk first over meat Infected with anthrax and attorward transferred to well ani mals, tho files become tho origin ot an anthrax epidemic Tuberculosis, like the summer com p'alnt and cholera of Infant, is sown broaJ and near by files. Experiments and observations on the food habits or files show that thla houaehold insect la especially fond of human saliva and sputum. Results Often Distant. Wie rover thero are cuspidors, ga bago cans and similar receptacles, there files will be Xound infecting themselves with whatever bacteria are present. nice are among the filthiest Insects alive, yet they come in contact with tho mouths and food of helpless Infanta by Y.a 4na stf ehniiaanrta. f A great to-do was Justly made when a maniac recently In New Vork nut acid down the throat of a baby and it died. At the very lime inia nappenea, mi in the same neufriborhood. hun dreds of infanta wore receiving their fatal knell or doom rrom-niea wnnoui the slightest signs or a hubbub on the part or tho very mothers who mado the nati outcries. ..... When a. Mv Hunts on the baby's lips. milk bottle, or food, some mothers do not worry, because death from tubercu losis cast annii rrom lis miio mourn hv & flv will not show ud for mar years afterward. Human nature ia only horrified by Immediate and dramatic dangers. Human naturo seems unable to abide" preparedness TIM stomach and intestines of flies Answers To Health Questions n. S. C What In meant by "stitch ing varicose velnsT" 2. How long does an operation of this sort take? The surgeon will understand thla term. It is too teohnlcal to explain to tho layman. 2. It is impossible to an swer this. It depends entirely upon the number and size of veins to be treated. Mrs. F. R. Kindly advise a remedy for a scaly spot that comes on my arm. Paint th affected carts with fluid ex tract of grindella robusta to four parts of water. A Dolly rteader My heart thumps ter rlhlv nhen I exert myself. Kindly ad vise a remedy that will help me. 2. I havo n fever in my roreneau. wnai will relievo thlaT 3. What will keep my hair from turning grayT 4. Kindly ad vise a remedy to relieve an itching skin. Hao tho heart examined by & spe cialist and In the meantime avotd excite monf and keen the bowels active. 2. If you have a fover it is present all over Summer Drapery Plans HI! you planning to change your A window draperies for some new arrangement? Then yott can't begin loo early, especially It you'll need tho help ot a atemstress to get them sewed and hung Just light. And there are rules about the cor rect hinging of curtains that any ono can follow, even with tho most inex rcnilve hangings, and so make them jqual In bvutity to aomethlnt far mora oc-stly. In the Hrat place, what shall tho now curtuln.nxitcrlal be? If the room la an exceedingly light one. and you cau therefore chooso darker hanjlng. you havo a wealth of material to chooso from In the printed linens, and cre tonnes of dark color. Ono home-maker produced a beautiful set of Ir.yxptnshe window hangings tor a vcrj light toom from some inoxpen nlve crosii on which she stitched a four-Inch border of pink cretonno. A rcprf or two for bureau topa and a cushion cover wero made of a similar combination, and the reaull waa very bttraotlve Indeed. Tor a less sunny room, perhaps the light muslins, ntta and light cretonnes nro neat, but in selecting the colon they must bo chosen with the light ing facilities of the room in mind. Fn hnnKlng curtains too, tho light ing of tho loom must not be obscured, oven If tbtio h a praiseworthy dcalro to d'splay n ttuiitllul drapery! i. .n. t.nm thp hciutlfui Smnorted rink cretonne curtains were suspended fiom tho top o( the window to within; a, lew inches of the floor, full breadth exposed, and the effect waa positively cd the eye nnd held It. The cretonne l curtains dominated tho rcfttn unUl they gn yen tho headache ny drawing the curtains to Jne aide tho whole effect was linproyed Immedi ately, and liHti-od of the curtains dom inating tho loom they gave inetoly a pleasing. artiBlii. suggestion to It. Whether tho pattern of your hangings sholl be elaborate or plain depends, too, on tho walls near them. If tho wall paper In a lively one, and. the wall con Inlrt. manv nlcturei. the hangings must De no Blmple and freo from patterns or decorative errecta as .you can gei mem On hn nthep Imnrt If VOUr wall treat' ment is very slmplo and your wallpaper I-- - . . ' jll The more critical your tea taste the mora , ftjfegateZTL certain you are to eijoy Liptoa's Tea.$ fHsLftHfti fll """ rSL ' ' J JaD ) Formosa -Oolong. Entileh i SMLTnTHl Wm 7V ?& mPfS. Breakfast, Ceylon Green. ' gK-UQfttM' Tm Vw V mMMrrunAjftr.anasi CfCSPPt JsH - yfiiiftrMtiuiiiiinMiiunMiiiuliMilMiiiB JW " ijyjj"W""ElwlEsswiilWaW klene hiiuberg. show that the very ones which may alight on your table have previously visited alck rooms and worse, places. At times they talrly teem with bacilli of tuberculosis. Ten out of every six teen niea examined by Dr. Mayward had these germs in them. In the warm months flies have not far to aeek to find tho deadly bacilli of Infantile diarrhoea. The child's "sec ond summer" has nothing to do with ita troubles. It Is the lono fly hovering around the cleanest, sweetest, purest milk that plants the bacilli of disease. r.ot alone the ptaguo and Aslatlo cholera, sleeping sickness, and elephan tiasis, but other terrible diseases, which strike much nearer home are appor tioned to innocent and healthful per- ' sons by the supposedly "harmless housefly." Shame of Mankind. Curious to retate, sore eyes are occa sionally spread by these insects. Diph theria, smallpox, ophthalmia, yaws, and even leprosy have been spread by flies. Dr. 'Wherry, in 18: Dr. Leboeuf. in ,1312. and Dr. MInett last year noted that ulcers of lepers exposed to files wcr sourcen of many leprosy bacilli later on found In- the saliva and under the feet of (lies. Worms, and the eggs of tho round worm, the plnworm and other lavac even maggots of the files themselves aro occasionally found in the stomach. Intestines, kidneys, ears, and noses of children and adulta. You will agree that these tacts are the shame of mankind. Not a atngle fly should be left in a civilized community, legislators should pass laws against them. No lawmaker who opposes such sanitary legislation should be returned to his office. Campaigns against tho fly should be started all over the coun try, and started at once. The sick and the bablea can be pro tected. Will you do soT Pood and refuse can be safeguarded until consumed. Flies and their breed ing places can be eliminated by methods previously described In these articles. Catching files one by one, and trapping and poisoning thero wholesale in organ ized community campaigns should never be let up from one year's end to the otner. (Copyright, lilt. Newspaper Feature Kml'ce). the body. People often mistake a flush ed face for fever. 3. Take ten drops of tlncturo of ohlorldc of Iron in a wine glassful of water through a tube after meals. Mako a -paste of carbonate of Iron, one dram to an ounce of vaseline and apply a little to the scalp. Alter nate each night with sulphur ointment. This should be repeated until the gray hairs disappear, i. Apply each night to the affected parts a little of the follow ing: Calamine, Wi drams: slno oxide, 2 drams; phenol, H dram; glycerne, 3 drams ; lime .water and rose water enough to make three ounce. 'jr. N B. Does cocoa butter make hair grow on tho face? Cocoa butter does not usually promote tho growth ot hair. 7.. K. Kindly advise what will clear the faco ot blotches. Never use sojp or hot water on the face, but wash with cold water nnd then apply a. good old cream to the face. uatne ti tho faco In glycerine and rcao water. patternless, the flowered or ornate win dow nanginga are a gooa conirasi. If you are using but one pair of hang ings for your windows they should end at the caaement. Ir, however, they aro two pairs of hangings an inside curtain ot net or thin silk, or what is kndwn as "caae ment cloth" as well as the outer heav ier fabrics, tho outer drapery should hang within a few inches ot the floor. However, the double aet of curtain are not generally deemed necessary for summer use. Indeed, it la not alwaya good taste to use them even in winter, when we like to see heavy, warm hang ings about us. For example, doublo curtain ahould not be used If tho room la not very light, nor with amall wlndowa, nor in a room that Is amall, as they will give it an ap pearance of clumsiness. A word about the curtain poles. The leaa in evidence your rod or pole or other means of supporting your window drap ery the prettier will your drapery ap pear. It vou simply must use the conspicu ous knobj and poles that you have, perhaps you can paint them the sama color as their background which may be tho wood moulding or the wallpaper and they will be less obtrusive. Tho right hangings can make a simple room beautiful, and the wrong hangings can spoil all the effect ot expensive furniture andk pictures. Bo it's worth while studying your drapery problem L (Copyrlsht, 1111, Newspaper' Feature Hen Ice). TRIPURE WATER DISTILLED Health Insurance "The purest water in the world" In enaea at a bottles In ft gallon Jars, BO cent. Telephone North 2042 saasxi bsbbbbbbbbbbV nMaMtfBMHHaieMBaaaaaswBaBaaaaBl .&: . i . V