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Til K TULSA DAILY WOBLD, BUN DAT, BBPTBMBEB B, 191
FIVE Things That Concern Only the Women Readers of The World . t i?f fie Men Are Not Barred From Reading It; in Fact It Might Help Them Home Study Is Helpful to a Child, Always -i i nun n ii iti i sinn i d hi; ( I I Tl Villi; Ml V1NG IN GROUPS GETS THE VERY KH1HK8T nisi l i s. Borne people say a child shou'd do nil I. is atudylny tn school and should i ol ii.' i 1 1 1 1 1 ed to do anyi hlng st home. Thin la porhapi a sound doc trine itii respect to youny children, ji is wrong as it concern older one, A home la not doing Its btml i r a child unless ii assists In cultivating tuii oua habits In him, l'npiih who fail In high school and college today .no main v thoie who have not learned tn apply themselves tn itudy in tho in m . or in the school, The home musl co-operato with tho lohool in developing hnbitu ol appli cation to stini.v This cm in' accom plished only inn the home Is ar ranged with ii view in having the children read or study during a part ot evi ry evening, Parents can lu'ip children concen trate by providing a study place fur each one. Tin- arrangement of liKbt is aii Important matter in encourag ing concentration. The child's book or work should be Illuminated, but the region boyond should be shaded, A desk lamp shaded 10 as to concen trate Unlit upon the book and keep it cut f the eyes is moat favorable for the cultivation ( habits ot concen tration. 11 is not necessary that every child should have a room to himself, it la better that children a tui parents ihould ic in the same room, Investi gations recently made have shown that the majority of young people can study better tn n group than when they are alone, Tne best posslb e arrangement would be to have a room set aside as a work room or library in ever) douse. There should be a special place reserved for each child and (or the father and the mother. At what ever hour is agreed upon each person should be In his place, All will be al work and no one will have a tendency to shirk or be distracted. Work Is as cantaglous as Idleness and dissipa tion, It is practically Impossible fur one parent to develop studious habits in his children when all the othei children In the community are oui on the streets, lint la it not at all Impossible to accomplish when all th other children are, aa they should be, applying themselves to their studies. A serious source of distraction in modern life is th' telephone, n many homes it prevent! any contln Oi'd periods of study. it should be understood In every home that there are certain hours In tho evening when a child cannot be called to the phone or to any oilier place. The child should early realise that when he la at his work nothing else can come In until his task la fin ished. Maiij parents think it Is a hardship r..r children to acquire these studious habits in tho home. The hardship Will be vastly greater for any one who dues not acquire them. This does 11.1 mean thai child shOU'.d not have every day several hours of freedom In Which he may do what he pleases. II, also should have some time in which he gives himself unremittingly to his tasks so thai he acquire such habits HS will make him successful and con tented in modern life. Prof, M. V, O'Shea In The Mother's Magazine for October. SAYS BIRTH CONTROL IS THE URGENT NEED NOW afitt. TVT trrr Training Girls for Human Husbandry Instead of Merely Animal Husbandry Ja a. Ni:V YORK, A111?. SI. "Limit your families, work to repeal tho law which forbids physicians to give poor, overworked mothers the Informa tion which will prevent children being horn only to he hurled." When Dr, Abraham Jacobl, the dean of American medicine, sent the above message to the fathers and mothers of New York, he brought into open discussion a topic which heretofore has been but furtively discussed. As a direct result of these statements a meeting la to be held soon at the Academy of Medicine, No. it West forty-third street. Well known physicians, trained nurses welfare workers ami citizens will speak on Birth control and on the repealing of the present law which makes it a crime to circulate any knowledge regarding it Tho beautiful Miss Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale, one of the leaders of the feminists and the mother of twins, yesterday registered her support to the movement for birth control. "Scientific knowledge ol the means of family regulation does not lead to Immorality," said Mrs, Hale, The law forbidding the spread of this in formation is a relic of superstition and excessive Puritanism, it fosters class distinction, it is undemocratic und a menace to the host Interests of the race. All enlightened persons believe In eugenics nowadays lint eugenics cannot he practiced unless this knowledge of family limitation becomes general. "There are many reasons why every husband and wife should have this Information. A mother who at one time might be physically capable oi heanng a child might at another time tiini nerseii in a poor physical si iiooi 11 t in s n KG WOM I N I III IM I ll s ol ONE ll Ml ST 1 1K1 ( IKE in THE 1 Mil I ; 1 l HOMI Training girls for human hut bundry, not animal husbandry, is the principal object of the Btato Manual Ti lining Normal school at Pittsburg, Kan, Presl lent W. A Uranilonburg is making as much ol a success ui I'm as President Henry .1 Waters Is a' Hi. agricultural college training hoys in animal husbandry. The girl who Is to leach how t" earu for the human racu gets u,. less of Ihl sciences al the Pittsburg school than the hoy .11 i he agricultural col lege, but the SUbjei'tS she lakes have a different trend, for she must have ii, mind all the tun. til,, need of tin girl in the home, who is to minister to men, women and children, Instead of Instead of the farm management, the Mil has household management, ami hc divides tin I neon f the wa-'i earlier so thai the right amount goes lor food, clothing, education, chinch, amusement, etc The girl hen has a far greater problem than the boj when it comes to the question of feeding and the selection ami prep aration of r I, for in the human race the foods ionics from a multl plleltj of sources, The BUhsta'nce which may be used for human food Is almost legion, while with animals in comparison the number of f Is at" very few and the problem of ani mal feeding as compared with hu- luan fi edlng la slmp'e, Tho girl must become familiar, and 1 (I J a, 11 h 1 lie composition of all these foods, as well ns 'he combina tions of foods which win serve the an race best in an period ol Hi. it Is, during childhood, tile e w 01 King p irlod and old ace, along i'lth tins the foods of dis weii as health, 01 resting ami atlon as well us of people al hun life. in addition to the selecllon iiifoiiii problem of food preparation tad Mil ice. ior practically all of 1 hi ood of the human r ice needs special 1 , 1 ..rail. n. ami II has been found eceiil Is ih. 11 there Is nothing in the I he onmeni of an eating ma mull, t hem iieiiv 11i11.1i during f this o. id lha Igestloll, and hence i" of the Individual. l'or 11 extensive courses in food n a mi iii f 1 sen Ice, must part of t he I r lining of a gli I 11 io tench human huebandi ) this time of high cost of In ing ' problem of the girl Is becoming . I, I he SUUIO as I ha I ol the ma nil 1 1. fir of ihla country she must ill Ugh) to take the low pill Oil 111 W Ii I . lis lh.ll inaj he I1HIII1I 111 llli her home ami oonverl 1 repiu iitli In hui bu mil ami plant husbandry Is latlldying the needs of the annuals ami plains, as lo food, air and waloi. rest, etc , mi 1 he girl st udles 1 ha human I'. 'In as lo the needs of the human I od) W Itli reference, lo f I, air. water! recreation, rest and play. Also -lie funis the hum. hi body having various nods at various periods of t nfe Mid muai come to underatand the conditions thai win keep ll at high efficiency during those periods., jth all Of this. the gills must add much nolo to their training than the boy 'u tho agricultural college be 1 a iine the) havu to dq with human DUShlinrtrj ami niUSl minister lo Ihi Hplrituul as well as the physical needs terloi n, physiology . embi yo og cooking, sewing, household manage loin, home nursing and other coins, s design. ai primarily to look after the physical needs, there are courses In music, literature, art and history, which are looking toward the administration of the spiritual needs . 1 ih, human race as well, K, .C Journal, land unthinking worm lug io the . gaual guei of yoU tO collie! I ih, lata Weii it doesn't hut to the child the "Whal did l io 1 1 1" il : "How good no 011 are not matter a hit; old formula: "Don'l let me 1 mil food . etil into li thai l an I i n Instead proi il tch prlci d finished prod she must take the oe- v.'i'i them Into breakfast i f paying the 800 per lo 1 lie oiautifarl tirer. who today docs this 01 ' ike the low nirlccd meats and with her knowledge of cookery make them palatabie and las digestible as the higher-priced I t uts thai she gels ill I lie market, Today people are not accepting untiling from the past as estab lished. Jusi as the boy iii animal The Polite Mother Then is but one way thai I know of io leach good manners to children; good manner., thai is. thai are worth the practicing and are nol mere polish ami sham and hpocrlsy; bUl one waj and thai is oh, simple for inula' -to practice good manners ourselves, II Is a simple means; il does away with worry, with anxiety, with tedi ous training, with mortification ami a hundred other ills; ami yet it is tho moans we most neglect All over tho nave to ipeas to you igatn, rnomae ah II I that door'" and a hundred other unexcusable orudltli a, III speaking of good manners t would not have you think 1 refer only to that ease and gr.n loilsnesn of inan- r.er which W" are wonl to call polite loss The crudities we display ill dealing with our children affect, un fortunately, far more than their out ward deportment, They Influence harmfully (he mind ami spirit as well as the mnnnor, Our contrasted man ners toward nlra and toward strang ers cultivate in the ohl'.d an Indiffer ence to truth; 'they loach him Insin cerity; the) give him standards of . rudi m ss and unklndneaa which are ai vartanco with the standards of high minded ami noble people, These failures and Inconsistencies of ours 10b him in a hundred ways. They wear upon his nerves BS only illogical, irrational, uiihurmonioua ami Incon sistent things can do, The ohlld brought up in a home of ru.de, crude manners goes into Ine world gravely crippled, haii 1 and handicapped, lie has been robbed before he begins i.is Journey i.uir a Bpenci r Portor In The Mot in r's Magailna (or 1 o tober. Pi. k log 1 II .II". "i ks like Plunkvllle is going to gel a 'Zoo' heap." "How's thai "" "ih, 1 a one ring circus stranded Willi us." Nuro. Gabe What is the dtfferene 1 ween an a pai l men! a ml a flu ? Steve -About f-Ti per moid h, bo Wi child Mrs. G, who Vere Uld he highly undesirable for her lies to bring children into the world rlmlnal to Interfere with scientific law betterment." "No woman should bear in the experience as an event," said Lachlan Tyler. Time and place and should be considered. The doctor should be fulfilled against his advice. "Just 11s ii is a sin to prevent childbirth, it il unless conditions be right." The picture shows Mrs. Ileatriee Forbes-Robertson daughters, Clemency and Rosemary, Insert is of Mra condition when it Every mother wis conditions. It is 1 race scul Hr. Hon to have a child, under favorable Which make for is not heart and Tyler, widow of menial and spiritual prepara- free to advise and I he great sacrament not he hould he u sin to provoke Halo with her twin 1; Vere Tyler. HELPFUL HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Har van a reelpl tliat you have found valuable !" vou know .1 short cut way to jo a haul task lend it to us and we will iiuiiiish ii ami thai lat other! benefit fr .mi s um' if preferred, name of mritn a 111 nol lie publithed, Coiulucti-d by 0AB0L1KX 0. BAOOKTT. To Fasten Window Bhadca, When buying now window shades I find they last much longer If the tacks aii taken out and the shade fastened to the roller by means of little strips of adhesive tape. This eliminates the holes through the cur lain made by the tack heads, and also keeps shade from pulling off the roller.- Mrs. It. W. l or Pickle Hollies niul Chill Same. 1 used to find great difficulty in get ting larg rks for my large-necked hollies for chill sauce and pickles. I find by cutting round pieces of card board and putting a round piece of paraffin paper on the bottom side, wedging them in the lop of the bottle and pouring paraffin on the top makes l. satisfactory covering, just as good if not better than a cork. Mrs. J. H. G. For the Preserve Shelves. You will find it an excellent plan when pulling jars of preserves and tumblers of jelly away for the winter, r set eaeh Jar or tumbler in the mid i ie of a Japanese napkin, then twist the corners of the napkin together i, iv tightly. l!y doing this they will he fresh from dust when taken out. A. L. C. I lion sm k for Dish Towels. Those who like to use flour sacks for dish towels but find difficulty in blenching the lettering will find It an .uliv I... u ishcl out if when emiitv- Ing tlm sank, the hitters are rubbed with lard. Itoll the sack tightly and let It stand until wash-day. Mrs. O. N. II. lo Prevent Sweaters from Stretching. After washing a sweater, instead of hanging It mi the clothesline to dry, place it loosely In n cloth bag or pillow-case, and when dry It will fit as well as when new. Hwecl Pota'o Croquettes, Twit CUpfUla boiled sweet potatoes; 2 tabiespoonfula sugar: i taolespoon fui butter; l teoatfbonful salt; pinch of black pepper; 1 egg well beatten. Add sugar, sail, pepper and butter to hot potato'es and fold in the well beaten egg. Add 1-1 cupful of raisins plumped In hot Water; shape into small Croquettes, dip In flour, then in rgg. and crumb and fry in deep lard heated until a ernmb of bread turns a golden UTOWII In 40 sreonds. Prain on i '.sorb, nt paper. Vonl Lnajf, TWO pounds veal ground In mi at chopper; 1 teasponful minced onion; ,1 teaspoonful salt; teaapoonful ground cloVes; pinch sage; 1-4 cupful lard or butter; - eggs; l cupful bread Crumbs. Add butter to chopped meat; season wuh spices; add bread crumbs and pin together with well beaten eggs. Place into well greased pan and steam for two hours. If open oven is used, place the pan containing the veal loaf in larger vessel containing 1 I cupful of water, to prevent crust being .formed. Bake one hour. Serve on platter garnished with water cress and ' tomato sauce. Tomato Sauce, inc cupful or strained tomato juice; ! teaspoonful onion juice; l-i teaspoonful wilt; l-.s teaspoonful pep per. Rub together - tablespoonfuls i of butler and - tablespoonfuls flour, 'add to tomato juice, season and let simmer in double boiler for five j minutes. uresMing for Coin Slaw litco i Manage) Mix one rounded tablespoon sugar, one-half level teaspoon eaeh salt and, mustard, one-fourth level teaspoon pepper and one level teaspoon flour. Melt one level tablespoon Cottolene in I saucepan, stir in tho tlry mixture ami add gradually one-half clip hot vine- ,gar. When thick and smooth, add quickly one beaten egg; cook a mo ment longer ami pour it hot into one pint shaved red cabbage and serve at once, hot or cold. I'so this dressing also for any mixed salad of cold vegetables.- Mrs. Uncoil). Helpful Bints, I would like to pass along some tilings that have come to me. First I win tell what kerosene did for me. Last year I used pule kerosene as a spray on my onions just as tliey wore I coming up, und once later used the potato sprayer. I did not lose a dozen onions by insects. 1 have a paint pail (half full of kerosene, stand corn cobs j in It until the pail is full and use ono ! to build a. fire each time. There S no danger of an explosion. Last summer I tried to take a grease 'spot oliUof a white dress with benzine, jit did not have an yeffect, so i used peroxide of hy drogen on it and cleaned lit all right. A friend told me to clean rugs I should turn them face down on snow when there was a crust, and I beat them. This worked fine. Of course, one has to change them to a ! new place often. J. Ll. Rsnwns Sherbet, Iloil 1 pint each of suayar and water ten minutes; stir hot into the beaten eggs; add one-half cup of lemon Jun e, and the mashed pulp of six bananas. Strain and when cool freeze as for sherbet. Mrs. I.incon. Plain Pastry. .'ne and one-half cupfuls flour, H cupful lard, 1 teaspoonful gait, just enough cold water to hold dough to gether (this makes two crusts.) Sift the flour and salt together three times. Cut the lard into the flour with two knives until the mixture looks liko coarse meal. Add water slowly, mix- ling thoroughly with a knife. Itoll 'dough on a floured hoard to 1-4 Inch I In thickness, t'se a light motion In handling the rolling pin, and roll from i the center outward. The lard should I be of a consistency Hueh that when jacooped out with a spoon It rounds up j egg-shaped. Good stove marking. A blacking for stoves which wo have used for years and foupd In I Valuable is made by mixing equal parts of kerosene oil and turpentine I With a good stove polish. Make a paste the consistency of thick cream and apply to the stove while it is slightly warm. Polish with a flannel cloth and you will have a bright shilling tove for months, .Even on air-tight heaters which often become red hot this polish will not burn off as every thing els,, that we have ever tried. An application of this polish before putting stoves awaj will prevent rust-in- .Mis. J. , s. snap Clothespins. A snap clothes-pin has untold pos sibilities if kept m ar t be km In n Stove. It may bo used to lift hoi ki t- tie lids, pull saucepans from fire, ami will assist, without burning lingers, in turning pies and cakes in the oven. A. II. Variety Pickle. mo-half gallon oaoliage; i3 gallon green tomatoes; 1 quart onions"; 4 p,,ds Kicoii peppers; mix well with cupful gall and put in a bag to drip over night In the morning mix all to gether with i tablespoonfuls mustard; 2 tablespoonfuls turmeric; 1 ounce celery seed; 2 pounds brown sugar; - tablespoonfuls ginger; l-i ounce of Cloves; gallon apple vinegar; 1-4 online whole spines; tie all whole spices in a cloth and drop M and rook :in minutes, put in sterilized jars and seal.--Mrs. A. It. Smith Afton, okia. HELPFUL HINTS ON BEAUTY OF HOMES Lights and shadow, Pla Important Pari; Tablecloth Talk. Leaving variety of colors out of consideration, it is impossible to see any object except by the shadows it oasis if everything in 'tho world, animate or iinanimate, ware entirely while or black in any color, design would depend entirely upon form. This fact is wei; illustrated in tho ordinary pur.- white tablecloth. If the cloth is pressed flat It appears merely a white blank before the eyes. if. however, it has beta folded and pressed, we . find on spreading It out that (he creases remain visible on the otherwise flat White surface, and tho only reason we i an distinguish them Is because a shadow Is east from tho raised edges to the gdjolnging parts of the cloth. The same would bo true if the cloth were all black or green or any other plain color. This Is why tho chief and elemental sludy of architects, artists and de signers is the effeot of lights and Shadows. The designer works upon a flat white blank of paper. Before he can study colors he Is obliged to spend much prolonged effort In black and white design. The paper acts as the white tablecloth and upon It tho pencil or pen Indicates the grouping and combinations of shadows which make a picture of things seen or to be made In 'substance to cast just tho same shadow he Indicates. It Is on the grouping, balancing and countei balancing of shadowa large and small that the beauty or ugliness of any work depends. In designing a house the building Is miule pleas ant or ugly to the eye according to the relative positions given to (Ho windows, doors, piazzas, frelzea, mouldings, etc , all of which form a grouping of shadows againat the light wall. (XCLUSIVE 9HOPS THAT Zy SERVE Discriminating Shoppers A TTENTION to the needs of careful shop pers is the single effort of these particular shops. Devotion to a single line of merch.an dising affords the best possible shopping service Put Thai Camera To Work- Nature will soon he at her best and will Invite you out doors lo take her pictures. If you haven't 11 camera remem ber we sell pii - 'lure takers. We also sell camera and photo sup plies of such a character as to In jure the best results in picture tak ing ami making. The Quaker Drug Store t I Social Stationery Tou can rest assured that your Stationery is correct 111 every detail, if il conns from our choice selection of domestic and Imported brands. WH TAKE 0RDBR8 FOR ENGRAVED CALL ING CAItDS, INVITA TIONS, ETC. Boatwright STATIONERY CO. 207 South Main School Children Should Consult MsOPTICAL mm TULSA .iliniit their eyes if they wish comfort and, safety from eye strain during their long hours of study. Phone fur hour of exam ination, 3473, or call at of fice, 108 South Main. JOHNSON Millinery Co. Millinery goods of stylo niul quality, priced reason able, Halm Corsets sold under a guarantee none better. Try one. Closinoj out out stock of Hair Goods. Can save you money if we can serve you. (Jive Us a Trial. Telephone 1562 313 Smith Boston Ave. DULL OK PATENT Walk over Boor shop jmimtt 323 S. Main a J Lavallicres I lainty creations iii Platinum ami Gold. LATEST FALL DESIGNS FRIEDMAN JEWELRY CO. Bryan-Steward MILLINERS. We have just re turned from the east ern markets with a Complete showing of GAGE and EDSON KEITH HATS Vou will enjoy look ing at the season's earliest models. 17 EAST FOURTH ST. Opposite I'ostoffice Stef fen's "THE ITKKST ( HE AM MADE" SOLO EXCLUSIVELY AT THE REXALL. Creams , Strawlicrry Ihocohfttsj Vanilla Brick Cream Ncopulitan und Vanilla Merry Widow Cream and orinKe Sherbet, stpectal The Rexall ROY OETMAN, Prop. Groceries aud Meats OVILRTON'S Phone r(M)0. 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