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“Talo of a Traiji."
Nancy and Nick and Buskins lis
tened with interest to the talo of
the smoke-ring and how it has
caused the rich man to help the
poor one.
"Well, that’s that!” sighed a black
•moke pillar loudly. This fellow was
large and black and fierce looking.
’But I, too, have seen wonderful
things. I’m out of engine No. 09
that pulls the United States Limited,
the most wonderful train in Amer
‘‘One time we were carrying some
valuable express packages, a mil
lion dollars in gold, X was told after
wards. I had Just come out of the
bag black smoke-stack of the engine
and was looking around at the
rough country, when I noticed some
“The track made a deep curve
around a hill, and just as the engine
started around the curve, I saw
some figures ahead of It with a red
flag In their hands. Also I noticed
i hat the figures wore masks and car
ried guns, and beyond them In a
little valley some horses were stand
ing, saddled and bridled and ready
to go. I saw at once what wus go
ing to happen. My beloved train
would be stopped and robbed and
lose its reputation for safety.
"There was only one thing to do,"
said the black smoke-pillar Impor
tantly. "X took a short cut across the
hill and dropped one of my sharp
black cinders into the eye of the
man who had the flag. He gave one
yell and dropped the flag, clapping
his hand to his face. The others
crowded around him to see what was
the matter. They thought something
dreadful had happened. Just then
my train whizzed by. I had saved It.”
"Fine!” cried all the other smoke
fairies, and Nancy and Nick and
Buskins, who wore listening, clappedl
their hands. "But didn’t the men
come back?” asked Nick.
"No,” said the smoke-pillar, "for
the gold was delivered that day. The
next day was too late.”
(To Bo Continued)
(Copyright. 1922, NEA Service)
Polly and Paul—and Paris
- By Zoe Beckley
The Has) Toast
“A penny for your thoughts:” The
time honored challenge evoked a
pensive half-«mil ■ from Violet. With
out changing he position, she looked
from the moon-bathed courtyard tp
Paul a face.
"Wouldn't advise ygu to buy
them, Paul-—even at a bargain.
Thcy’ro too dangerous—the thoughts
of a lonoly old woman—what do
they matter?”
“.Stop joking. Vio. The buffoon
part of the party is over.”
“That's just it. I feci quite—a
minor mood. Perhapa those old ilm£
songs have got me In their spell.”
"Tell me what you’re thinking of,
Violet? I'd understand.”
She turned squarely toward him.
and looked no longer into the sil
vered ct urtyard.
"I wonder! Would you under
stand the mood of a woman who felt
old and tired of the game? A woman
of 33—yes, I’n. 33, Paul, did you
never guess It? Oh, I know what
peop'c think—that I live a gay life,
move lr: a worlu of admirers and
dances and dinners and clothes. And
that I wish for nothing else. » • *
Why. I'd bo a monster if I wished
for nothing else.”
"You could have anything you
Her eyes flashed, then narrowed.
He- voice softened, deopened.
. “Could I?”
The tene of it. the way slio held
his eyes with her own, threatened
his self-control for an Instant. Tho
beauty of her the appeal for under
standing and pity, shook him—as
shs meant them to. With an effort
lie looked awAy, commanding his
"Of course you could. No woman
with your gifts need be lonely—”
Violet made an impatient gesture.
"Lonely! No. I suppose not. I
can trick myself out and practice my
arts--play the game eternally. But
what do X get for it? The—the love
of any man? • Friends who care two
cents about me, or what becomes of
me really? No! In the end a man
marries some pretty little Quaker
minded doll. I’ve got nothing—”
she kicked at the rug, her voice grew
bitter, "—nothing to look forward to
Mu loneliness—”
Slto broke off. Paul was amazed
to ->e6 tears standing In her eyes.
"Violet, don’t—” his tone had a
tender note, "don’t talk so."
Polly, passing quite accidentally,
on some errand for her guests,
caught what he was saying:
'X tell you, Violet, there’s no need
for you to oe alone. No man on
whom you set your heart will fall
you. You’re worth any big man’s
Again her eye. searched his. Polly
hurried on, hut Paul’s tone and
Violet’s look liaunted her—the look
that said: "Ah. yes. It’s very well
for you to say that—you who have
everything—love and a home—”
With a quick movement, Violet
turned and faced the room, breaking
Into the quiet mood of the party.
"Como, you people, time for good
nlghts and bed,’’ she cried. "X pro
pose a final toast! litre’s to the one
happy marriage I know!” She waved
tow a SC Pollv and toward Paul! "May
no serpent ever dare enter their
(To He Continued.)
Copyright, 19??, N. E. A.
It was guest afternoon at the reg
ular weekly card parly of the La
dles Auxiliary of the Raritan Yacht
Club held in the assembly rooms of
^the club yesterday.X There was an
unusual large attendance and a most
enjoyable afternoon was spent. The
guests prizes were awarded to Mrs.
Lester White in bridge, and Mrs.
Harry Foley in five hundred. Mrs.
William Pfeiffer won in bridge and
Mrs Eugene Romond in five hundred
Refreshments were served, by tile
committee In charge.
Plans were made for the card
party to be held in the assembly
rooms of the club Saturday, March
11. Tables will be arranged for
bridge, five hundred and pinochle.
Several pretty prizes will be award
ed. Mrs. Charles Seguine, chair
, man of the affair, and her commit
tee, consisting of Mrs. Arthur Stern.
Mrs. Rufus Hoskings, Mrs. Joseph
Massopust, Mrs. Angus Maclachlan.
vnd Miss Margaret Crowell, are
working hard to make this affair
as enjoyable as those of the past.
Tickets may be procured from any
member of the auxiliary.
Invitations have been issued .0id
plans completer.' for the dance to 1)0
held in Holy Trinity auditorium Mon
day night under the auspices of the
C. T Assoeiat'on Through the kind
ness of George F. Reynolds the hall
is being artistically decorated with
fert sail flowers of the season. Ex
cellent music has been secured for
the affair and many novelty features
are being arranged by the committee
in charts which include Catherine
Spillane, chairman Theresa Handley.
Mary Higgins Mae Sikoram. Helen
Desmond r nd Marie Stolaric.
Miss Balf/is Hostess
Miss Mild/ed Bali, of Smith street,
entertained a number of friends at
her home last night. Music and
dancing were enjoyed by the guests.
Miss Blanchh Griffin entertained by
telling fortunes with tea leaves. Re
freshments were served by the hos
The guests were Blanche Griffin,
Helen and Viola Vild. Florence
Cahill, Maude and Mildred Bali.
Mildred MacKenzie. Helen Boettcn
er and Rose Maguiness of this city.
Misses Ethel and Louise Love of
Bound Brook, Miss Helen Smith of
Michigan, Norma Butte of Totten
. ville, Ethel Brownlee of New York,
Virginia Rhodes, of Maryland.
Roberta Reilly of Brooklyn. Mary
Ryan of Fords, and Misses Dorothy
Tvy*"- ;v.„is Halt of Metuchen.
The Solomon Schochter Society
will hold its regular meeting on
Monday, February 27, in the vestry
rooms of tile Betli Mordecal Temple, (
at which time a special program has
been arranged by the committee in
charge, under the chairmanship of
Miss Esther Levine. Included in this
program U a lecture to be given by
| Dr. Eugene Kohn.
The business of the meeting will
be mostly concerning (he debate and
dance which the society Intends to
hold the latter part of March. It is
tho plans of the society to offer to
the public a debate on some impor
tant topic of interest to the commu
nity at largo which promises to be
a rare treat to tho followers of tho
society. The debate will be follow
ed by a dance. The exact time and
details will be announced later.
Miss Edna Jollne and Miss Lucile
Joseph, of Tottenville, were the
guests of Miss Ethel David last
A daughter has been born to Mr.
and Mrs. George Fox, of Madison
avenue, at the city hospital, Thurs
John M. O’Toole, of High street,
is spending the remainder of the win
tei In Florida.
Miss Muriel Foote, of Kearny ave
nue, Is attei.ding r. class reunion of
tho Beech wood school at the Belle
vue Sjtratrcrd, in Philadelphia, to
AVr. and Mrs. Henry S. Hulse, Jr.,
and children, of Brighton avenue are
att ending a performance at the Hip
podrome today.
Have Coolc Books
The household economis depart
ment of the Woman’s Club, Mrs. El
inont Bedell, chairman, announces
that they still have several of the
cook books which have been com
piled by the department from fa
vorite recipes of the club members.
Anyone desiring one of theso books
may procure same from any member
of the committee consisting of Mrs.
John H. Fritzinger, Mrs. John E.
Sotield, Mrs. R. R. Hosking, Mrs.
William H. Pfeiffer, Mrs. George E.
Hadden and Mrs. W’illiam J.'Counl
Jnhhins Promptly Attended !o __
1 * '
Kitchen Hints
j Tempting Menus
Perhaps these recipes for using
canned lish will appeal to yor. They
are a bit out of the ordinary and
quite economical.
Canned or smoked fish is apt to
become more or less monotonous
and unpopular unless carefully pre
pared and served.
Sulnion Pie
One and one-halt cups flaked sal
mon, 1V4 cups cold mashed pota
toes, 2 eggs, 1 tablespoon bread
crumbs, 2 tablespoons butter, 1
tablespoon minced parsley, milk, 1
teaspoon salt, K teaspoon pepper.
Remove all skin itid bone- from
salmon and flake. Mix with pota
toes, add butter, salt and pepper and
eggs. Mix well and add enough milk
to make of the consistency of very
thick batter. Beat well. Turn into
a buttered baking dish, cover with
bread crumbs and bake In a mod
erate oven about 4 5 minutes. Any
left-over cooked fish can be used in
place of salmon.
Sainton and Macaroni
Two cups flaked salmon, */4 cup
macaroni broken in Inch pieces, 3
tablespoons grated c.hee3e, 1 table
spoon butter, % teaspoon salt,
teaspoon pepper, 1 cup white sauce.
Remove all skin and bones from
salmon and flake. Boil macaroni for
15 minutes in salted water. Brain
and blanch. Add to white sauce.
Add two tablespoons cheese, fish,
salt and pepper to macaroni mixture.
Mix well and turn into a buttered
baking dish.
Sprinkle with remaining cheese,
dot with bits of the butter and bake
15 minutes In a hot oven.
Salmon Kedgeree
Two cups salmon, 1 cup boiled
rice, 2 tablespoons butter, 1 table
spoon minced parsley, 1 teaspoon
salt, % teaspoon paprika, few grat
ings nutmeg.
Remove skin and bones from sal
mon and divide in rather large
flakes. Melt butter in a smooth
saucepan, add rice, cover and shake
over the fire till thoroughly hot.
Season and add fish. Lift very
gently and cook five minutes to heat
the salmon. Serve poled on a hot
Four eggs, 1 cup tuna flsh, 3 ta
blespoons butter, 2 tablespoons milk,
14 teaspoon salt, 14 teaspoon pep
per, hot buttered toast.
Beat eggs slightly with milk.
Season with salt and pepper. Melt
butter in saucepan and add the tuna
flsh broken in flakes. When very hot
add the eggs. Cook slowly and stir
with a silver fork constantly. Lift
the mixture rather than stir it round
and round in the pan.
When the whole begins to thicken
remove from the fire and serve on
hot buttered toast.
Curry of Salmon
One large can salmon, I table
spoons butter, 1 dessertspoon curry
powder, 1 dessertspoon flour, 1 sour
apple. 1 small onion, 1 teaspoon
lemon juice, 1 cup water. 1 teaspoon
anchovy or bloater paste, 14 tea
spoon salt.
Melt butter and fry onion (sliced)
without browning. Mix curry pow
der with flour and add to butter.
Cook, stirring constantly for 15
minutes. Add water, apple coarsely
chopped, and salt and simmer for
half an hour. Strain, add lemon
juice, anchovy paste.
Cook two or three minutes and
add the flsh separated in large
flakes. When perfectly hot pour
into a border of hot boiled rice.
(Copyright, 1922, NEA Service)
With the club colors blue and gold
predominating in tlio decorations,
and llowers everywhere tho club as
sembly rooms were transformed into
a veritable fairyland where a cheer
ful, motly throng assembled for the
dance given under tho direction of
the Knights, of Columbus, in the
club house in High street, last night.
The favorite feature of the evening
was a tucker led by Harry Hardi
m»n at its start the assembly grand
marched past the committee to re
ceive jaunty caps and horns, whicli
added greatly to the fun. Punch was
served during the evening and re»
freshments of dainty ices and cakes
were served by the committee. Fred
O'Brien and his splendid orchestra
playing for the dancing contributed
much to tho success of the affair.
The committee, Leo Burke chairman,
is to be congratulated on the suc
cess of this jolly into winter dance.
Among tho guests were Mr. and
Mrs. John Reilly, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
MassopuBt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cyring, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jack
son, Mr. and Mrs. John Dunham,
Mr. and Mrs. John Powers. Misses
Barbara McLeod. Madge Mahoney,
Catherine Mullen, Helen Duff, Eliz
abeth Dolan, Bessie. Duff, Ruth
Weaver, Muriel Haney, Marion
Walker, Elizabeth Fury, Mae G.
Regan. Gertrude Tyrrell, Sylvia and
Edna LaBrcc, Mary Cully. Dorothy
and Marjorie Brennan. Claire llar
turig, Helen Murray, Marian Lamb,
Margaret Keller, Helen Reilly, Anna
Donovan, Elizabeth Egan, Catherine
Crossey, Antoinette Glnfunda, Marie
and Catherine Nelsen, Marion Lud
wig, Marie Pavese, Madeline Brooks,
Ida May Wilson. Alice Cladek, Grace
O'Brien, Dorothy Mullen, Gertrude
Mullane, Anna O’Connor, Loretta
Slater; Messrs, Arthur Burns, Frank
Dugan, Clifford Sibley. Percy Quack
enbush, Harold VanSyckle, Russell
Larcombe, Leo Burkj, Joseph Dal
ton, Richard Deveny, Harry Hardi
r.ian, Edward Pavese, Edward Hard
iman, Neil Herron, John Meinzer,
Thomas Major. Frank Hackctt, John
Chapman, Adolph Oottstein. John.
Repak, Vincent Pavese, Joan Shields.
Thomas Mannion, John Harrington,
Joseph Kelly, E. C. McGuire, Frank
Lehay, James Geraghty, Walter
Cladek, Peter O’Toole, Harold Ford,
Harold Briegs, George Lcnahan,
Lawrence McCarthy, J. C. O’Connor,
Raymond McCormick, Michael Lis
ton, Dr. J. F. Hines. Eugene Bird,
James McCalmont, Andrew Buote,
James Murray, William Smith, Al
fred Hagen, James E. O'Neill. Philip
Costello. Joseph J. Deegan and
James J. Deegan.
Plun Pleasing Social
A pleasing program has been ar
ranged for the social to be hel l
Monday night, February 27. ill St.
Stephen's Lutheran church. The
program will start at 8 o'clock as.
there are several small children
taking part. Coffee and Fastelavns
Boiler will be served. A silver col
ie- tlon will be taken.
4>frt:UMUuiA I
Call a physician. Then begin1
* “emergency * treatonmt with
tf Militon fan LW Vear*
What Princess Mary Will Wear
An evening sown, a street frock and a suit selected from Princess Mary's irosscau and posed on a
model, l’lie skirts of tlio royal bride’s outfit follow the trend of the lower hem line and her evening
gowns are built on straight lines.
Here are three lists front Prlneess Mary’s wedding outfit, posed on a model. The majority of the hats
which tile Princess selected are smal I colorful affairs. Invariably, if th e background Is black, bright flowers
nre poised against It. 1
We cannot control our Instincts, ,
but wo can refuse to rtlmulate them, i
That teaching of the psychologists
I havo quoted several times, for |
in It Is tne secret of much misery j
and much happiness for men and I
It is the particular lesson which I
the writer of the following could pro- !
flt by. This sturtling letter deu/
openly with the circle of primitive
human Instincts:
"I worshiped my husband when 1
married him. Ho could have cut me
Into pieces and I would not have
cried out. Naturally. I was Insanely
jealous In.'ldo of six months we
had a quarrel and 1 went back to my
‘•Immediately I was wretched. I
wired him. He told me to suit my
self about returning. I loved him,
I wont tack, and ever since I have
bo^n a a’ave.
"He pretends to worship his chil
dren, then hp tells them they are his.
and tha’ I am onlj their mother!
"In eight years cf our married life
ho ha: had many a love affair and
for theta I liato hint. When I object
he threatens to throw me into the
street and to keep my babies from
me. He is a bully, but our friends
do not know.
"He irovidcs his family with
evsrything. 1 have many luxuries.
Still I loath* the man. He says I
am the handsomest woman he over
saw, he likes to take me to public
places where I can be seen and all
my women friends envy me. They
do not Know that I go riding in my
car If ho cor.te home early. When
he makes love to me I hide In a cor
ner of the house.
"When I los my temper ho is so
pleased. He likes to get me angry.
“X want to take my children and
run away before I do something
For pages this letter continues a
weary tale of violent domestic in
Tho worst of alt tragedies Is the
which binds two together when they
excite in each other nothing but tho
primitive Instincts, hate and love,
jealousy revenge ar.d anger.
Some such casts ought to be
You vilh never leave the dinner
until ull havo finished, except by spe
cial permission.
You will neve repeat things told
you In confidence.
You will have a spotless table cloth
when serving to guests.
Club nt Social Session
The E. C. C. Club held their regu
lar weekly meeting at the homo ot
Miss Betty Beager, ot Elizabeth
street, Thursduy night. Important
buslne— was transacted, Utter whicn
sewing and knitting were enjoyed.
The hostess served refreshments,
i The next meeting will be held at
I the homo of Miss Hazel Mcggnson,
of Commerce street.
solved 1*? speedy divorce. But when
all the luxuries ot life ere at '.he :
command of a woman who never has ,
worked she would do well to think
haid before surrendering them to
face th' hardships of business in a
time of commercial depression.
Before the ult mate step Is taken
it would be wise fur this wife to take
for'y days in the wilderness in whisb
to Meditate upon hei troubles. Bhe
nmy finally prefer those she has to
some she knows rot of.
And some'ime It Is an excellent
plan lor a wile to change front com
plete!: to stop the hating and the
quarreling, to remark her emotion*.
What would be the irritable hus
band's reaction to a kindness, pa
tient, sweetnesv and good humor?
dometime* a little admiration be
stowed upon a man's good point*
works like a miracle
Such an experiment ought to
prove Intensely Interesting to th*
wife who has foi long used the oppo
site methods.
Read what Mrs.LucasWrites Cos*
cerning Her Trouble*. which
May be Just Like Tears
1 StLouis,Mo. “I had troubles thst !
all women t to have, with pates 3
in my back, weak,
tired, nerrons
feelings and s
weak stomach. 2 i
had been this way '
shoot a year and ,
was nnabls to
work or stand m
my feet for nay
length of time.
My husband's
aunt told ms hew
much good Lydia
_E. Pinkham’s
Vepetab Compound had dona bar
andbcgg me to try it, so I did. All
my pains and weakness are gone, my 3
stomach is all right and I do my work
at home and also work for Swift's ’
Packing Company. I recommend your
Vegetable Compound to my frieode
and y< u may publish my letter as a
testimonial.'’ — Mrs. Lulu Lucas,
719A Vandeventer St., St Louis, Mo.
Again and again one woman tails
another of the merit of Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound.
You who work must keep yourself !
strong and well. You can t work if
you are suffering from suchtroublaa.
Mrs. Lucas couldn’t She tried
Vegetable Compound and bar ~
tells you what it did for bag.
**■ o r-.V —-m.
Marguerite Struck is quite a
young lady. Sho is 32 inches tall
and weighs 30 pounds, but she
hasn’t gone away to oollogo yet. she
still Ives with her parents in Mil
waukee, since she is just one year
old. C
Helen Billott Honored
Mr. arid Mrs. Josoph Billott. of
Prospect street, entertained In honor
of the fourteenth birthday of Jhelr
daughter Helen. Dancing, singing
and games were enjoyed, and dainty
refreshments served.
The guests Included Helen Billott,
Mary and Maude Doucet, Ethel and
Evelyn Sandbeck, Dorothy Billott,
and John Campion, Clarence Peter
son, Charles McCabe, Ralph Rotella,
Daniel SandorfT, Harry1 Billott and
Arnold Larson.
To Bailee at Port Heading
PORT READING. Heb. 25.—The
Camp Fire Girls of St. Anthony's
parish nr.ve completed arrangements
for tne dance anu entertainment to
be held tonight at St Anthony1* au
ditorium. The proceeds of the af
fair wl>! be foi the benefit of St.
Michael’s Orphans’ Asylum at Hope
well. The music for the -dancing
witi he lurnlshed by Professor Tou
ghini’s orchestra of Perth Amboy.
Must Support Wife
Abram Sehnirman, of 103 Wash
ington street, who was arrested two
weeks ago for none support of hi*
wife, was given a hearing before
Recorder Harold K. Plekersgill in
court last night and was ordered to
pay >5 weekly toward her mainten
ance. To Insure payment. George
Miller, counsel for Mrs. Sehnirman,
asked that the man bo placed under
a >500 bond. Samuel Mandel fur
nished the bond.
County Seat Man Guilty.
Madison Codbee. of this city, who
was on trial before Judge Peter F.
Daly In special sessions court yester
day on two charges, was found guilty
of obtaining money under false pre
tenses but was acquitted of the
charge of embezzlement. Three o*h
er charges of similar nature are also
pending against the man.
I .*.
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'S Tease Your Taste. Think of the Delicious Goodness of
l castles
m and then in thought imagine, if you can, the wonderful richness
■L and rare treat when this is covered with crispy, luscious milk
m chocolate. Eskimo Pie makes a wonderful combination of these \
itk, two finest of delicacies.
“Jersey’s PUREST Because It’s

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