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LAIR Ant flnaaeler of frock and andMils nd ndfotu
A Mils has mad her appearance appearancete appearan1ft apparaneIn
te Maw York Within the last lastsocial lutte lastfew
te few du social lOCI and financial financiala ftDanctalc1rcIMe financialrJralN
c1rcIMe a been much Interestsd Inter Interc Interthe
estsd by the ce c of a new prosI pros prospaotw prollanDOWlOlJlC
paotw announdnc anaoud I the incorporatine IDCO of
UMkhooJnesa tM bgMn n ass of a woman of distinction dUUnctionas
as Harman Etownh Brown Brownranch
Iusab ranch h her nnanclrrine millinery m lllnery
prehtred pr ferred may yet tIt have its trading cor corner corr corner ¬
ner r on Chance C Nothing Notbl is more Ukely likely
8t since Miss M Brown ban formed a profit profitsharing profitsharfng
sharing dressmaking and nd millinery cor qrporvtion corpnratioa r rporatioa
pnratioa That bonnets bo nef and gowns gownsshould gonsshould W
should b 1M the background of the first
featinlne e trust trustBrown hems eminently Inently roper roperaco
lks years ago win Miss 1M Hannan
Brown went Into the millinery WMry business
th t event created te4 a stir as a she belongs bel
to ooo of New Yorks best families fll1 fll1IaaYi her hervrsjMtfather hergnsa4iachr
vrsjMtfather hating IaaYi been Stewart Brown Brow Browtile
tile founder of the International m ema oaal bank bankASM
koap ASM of Brown Brothers and her
raiser Wntlam wa UarmanBrown one of offlBteators orCO
thti flBteators CO of the Goldt Gold Boom Boomparent Roompsreaat
parent t of the Stock gxchang TUs TUsST
Is ST story of ofB her hnshnsa career carerB careerMy
My B y has JI fiarwoH H u1drrait Brows BTQUOHTh B Bant BrowsTea
Tea Th ant tosna 0 C my adventure lam lamtm latefa Ini Inibnaa
bnaa tm was la the upper floors of ett a afnipii ateals
teals t Ivory stable Just o d fifth avennd ave avenoo ft ftkIMnna
nnd noo tied ws wall l known to a faamoaahle sot sotAfter setof
01 weptee wepteeAttar
01ftM
After two years the millinery businessbad business businessha buaI buaIIIMR
ha bad a as pews that the t floor of a huiidlnff
in 1 TWrtytWrd street was taken and andbars andhers nd ndtile
bars tile basiniss becalM geese and andaem aadt sadasst
aem asst eat Hats to most of th 1M 1MJ leading ladingsips leadingelites
sips elites sad prominont winter wtawNOfITaHAJtIHG resorte resorteIM sorbMIOfTSHARINO
NOfITaHAJtIHG PLAN PLANbshtt f LAM LAM0olo
bshtt IM October 0olo I Iaddsd Added dressmaking i Tl ftMac to totho toII tothe
the II aettvUtoa already d flouriahlne ftou all mllllasty allUairy I IIMII7
llasty and neckwear with wltIatbat so immadl immadlates latsedlatr
ates atr i sBcosat ttoosp that I realised tho tMoo t e neoea noesMty neoeaity
ity for more commodious oo quarters quartersWith quart quartW quarterWith
With W the fact of the increasing I trade tradecam eeIM tradecams
cam the idea of extending estadl th the scope scopeof IICopeof scopeof
of tho butness and nd the tb present t plan of ofInaorporaUog attbe ofIasotporUni
InaorporaUog the business b was WIUID mad madeihtly
Wiy la D library of thai year I Imoved Ilate Imoved
moved tote an entire Ure butldtnc j Just oat oatmedsiia 0JrVO ef11M
JrVO avenue sod bad u th seam N NdIoorated rtmedeIsd
medsiia and decorated te a most attraekw at attraottwe attNeI
traottwe eOlD manner mannerOao meanertlsoe
OlD stated la the new house 110 the thomoosoetus tMof theprospeetur
moosoetus of the th Intended corporation corporationwas
was seat out and the responses Je8pO la lath Inme tathe
th me form f of subscriptions ubecrlpU for torCOck stock cams caneIn eaIMIn camsin
in from an Interesting l t variety of ofOMffoss ofrepfMeDU ofiris
iris OMffoss representing social fiwaeMl fiwaeMland Annckaiand 11Jldlaatbloplc
and philanthropic interests n JIt Bie latter latterclua letterclani MttorchMS
chMS an greatly Ul Ia Interested in the plea phutfor pleafor pleafor
for profit t sharing which la to be put putla puttote
I tote la offeet when the corporation COIpDIa COIpDIa1UIIJIIq has hasboa hasbesa
boa besa running for a year yearMIT J JMET yearMET
MET STHONO APP1MOYALThin AIr AROYAL AROYALODe > MOVAL MOVALThis
This sabot anhpyet te ODe of great t Interest Interestto III IIIte
to as 9 se I was Interested latetedta In to questions questionsof
of stsehq ooht economy km Ions WoN WoNla biterMMag lag
into la trade trad and now DO see th tile tilet nppor ttpperduMty npportuatty
tuatty t of attaMishJn It a plan which wIiIIcIaWCIIbd has hasboaa hasbass
bass most earafnlly washed WCIIbdact eve by me menaassy asfree
free naassy arse aetn actual act 1 oxpertoaess n with willauedL labor laborend mhorand
and a avatoia I methods aathedes
s ha bas uedLwtth min wtth the seroapst
MISS ISS HARMAN BROWN AND THE INTERIOR OF HER HERDRESSMAKING HERDRESSMAKING ER ERDRESSMAKING
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY SHOP
nrpreaoioHs Huh n of approval from men D of ofdistinction otnae ofdistinction
distinctionTha distinction distinctionThe
The plan which win wiDfer be adepts d to toarranging taarranging
arranging far the sharing of otwith th thwith tba tbawith
with employes pIG is to issue uwua uwuasuch a 117 to toweb tosuch
such of th the employes 10 of th the compan oqaaaf ax axshall Uhave asshall
shall have been In Its 1 impel for fora foespecified
a specified tIed time Um or as shall for forother t treuoaa totet
other reasons seem to the dtree dtreereciors dI dIleeUln d ne nerecwrs
reciors to deserve It It oartsto profit profitsharing proatri t tsharing <
sharing ri contracts con or debentures bIft These Theeedebetirretdfari Thesedebentures lbeMdtWlitbftad
debentures dtWlitbftad stall not be transforable and andwttl JMlwW andreal
real not entitle tau th tN holder to any vote voteat wtaat voteat
at meetings of the tI corporation corporaUouwill and andwttl andwill
will expressly run lor only one 0 calendar calendaryear daIyear txIn r ryes
year yes They will be so dawn wa as to toentitle toendtle toti
entitle ti tiAnd th tIM holders to a certain certain ceraa spiel specified spielf ¬
lied f share aha o of o h the nt W Wvidends profits ator paying payingdividends
dividends oh b the preferred stock or acertain a acertain acertain
certain proportion of the net profits profitsafter proOtanr pro t tafter
after nr they the shall have reached a speci specified ctlied pedaed ¬
lied sum the employes portion tomroas tomroasing ssreaalag
lag as the profits resulting from thfc thfcwork dMkwork tbekwork
work Iacmnnae tocrea
F Corner C rner for fo Parents By ByMarion Marion Harland Harlald
K NOTICE among our oura youac ytuungtig4U youacmn
W 1 f mn kind a acquaintances orq orqtho or thoughtful tho tig4U fulre fulremarks that remarks remarksmade IeIDUbIn marks marksmade any a aIIlnd
made In their presence re regarding re retbela meag ¬
garding ag them are always re received meatved ¬
ceived wit with the word Jollier How Howdid Howd Howdid
did d this word originate Is 1 It possible possiblethat poMIbiIhaa possiblethat
that ore cannot nowadays DO express aJanet a astood alblDentary
stood eoepltmentary complimentary lblDentary thought without withoutbetof wtdaoutdoubejd withoutdoubtedme
betof doubted doubtedtfa doubtedme doubtedmet
1 tfa Is r R proper for a young lady lad ladt enter entertaining entertaming ¬
taming t a young man at t her h r home to toexpress tewb bpress
express press a wish or rather desire when whenbo wtMabe whenhe
bo to leaving V1nc that he h call again againI aplnNot
I > t Not long 10 ago we w entertained 70 70aM young youngme yomngmen
men me and Just about 1030 P M our ourmother OUlnaotIIIIr ourmother
mother came into tile parlor and andCO re memarked remarked
marked to a young YOU lady lad who wUaIM wUaIMa was also alsoa
a caller that It wore time she be bad goes goaboms 10Mor goesboss
boss or her parents ta would be worried worriedover worrWMr worms
over her At this th the young men menN took tookth toolttbe
th the htat N and offense 0 and Immediately Immediatelyare IunedIa IunedIaM
are anew to go and have ba never called cala4l11nee cala4l11neeW sinealai since sinceW
W alai oar mother otMr justified to I acting t1a la Iatw lathin lathis
this neon manner t TJUX TJUXL IJUXL Tis1XL
L I esjmot es snot ten you how w this als word wordorhjhvtod WOldMd wordeeIgllated
orhjhvtod Md It 1 te one of tile bits of oftIIat slung atengthat slungthat
that are all too common n nowadays nowadaJatut The Thepnratttag Theprey
prey pnratttag l lag fashion tut on of discounting U1IUq as Insit In Insisjcor laan
sisjcor sit can any an oompnmoatary remark remarkftr may marspti4 mayprtesr
spti4 prtesr very often ott from fro a sort of salt sslfHmjctousnons saltc
c Hmjctousnons or eat and aadth a atMn andthe
th tMn the peon complimented finds II It Itte caster casterte
te tees oa oft the tribute as a jolly thanto than thanto uatept
to tept aoeopt it la tt good faith faithL faltbI filchh
L h It te entirely unl proper for her to t tat say sayat sayat
at his departure mare I shall be glad to tohave toeaJl tohave
have you call again if Ithe she means It ItThere 1 1aoOl Itn
n There M nothing aoOl more to the tb words wordaa than thana
a ktadty ldedt expression of civility cMlityS chil1t chil1t1IM
S The case was w rather rath trying tm and per perhaps perh perhaps ¬
haps h It would have been better bett It th threpraof tIM tIMt the5t
repraof t 5t had been a little UttleuaC less severe severeUaVaMca severel
l UaVaMca uaC tlsph h depends upon circumstances circumstaacea3f cire cirer
3f I r 1t 1 was 1M th young ou wens alelt first call It Itwas ItW itwa
wa W was a trtpjc t tnI i harsh but If they war w wen to toih IeI inI14
I ih t4 I14 habit t of staying tn too late te and your yourmother JOar1n yourmother
mother 1n thought they the should be warned warnedaMaJnst wanedIt wantedapahpt
aMaJnst It It 1 do not think she was ua unrea0aable uarraaoaabte uarf
rraaoaabte rf Halfpast Halt M te quite quitet late latoenoajsjh latee
t enoajsjh for the ordinary casual caller to totay toIII tostay
III stay tay It he Is a regular visitor or an aninttesat anIII anIntrata
inttesat III frisn Mesa it is another matter Uer but butt butto
i t te stayijio te not hO to be encouraged eDCO to tothe laI Inthe
the I he Made tthaneefaiJier de aectua1Qtanee And this is islets
1 lets eRnsive than the lII method thod ot OM OMraiW qtrrather
rather ef t whop 1 knew who used to top go gointo poInto
into th tin sartor 101 wind his b watch eat aacLI ask asktrie askt
trie I tie youas shod men if f be could not noti DOtM olhr olhrttias
ttias i a hod h hHOME
HOME STUDY AOAIM AOAIMl AGAIMT AOMNUtters
l MB ten on homo study tadyme have m hnleristsd
T I tsroated me greatly u it seem to toof todlat toas
as that OM of the question questioni I
i a nnt been toucha tout upon upontlae upontlaeiI the lMk lMkg w h hi
i > at et f tbe home with the school Tbs Thtai Tbsbdleve
i believe hojirt bo 111 be the object of oftime the theame Okeme
> time < me tasks ta Tho Th greatest good we can caniu canw an anIv
> iu for uur cbiiilreii culo1r 1I in the nai ay f of edu eduiMtiun eduMtiu eduatlut
iMtiun Mtiu Is to fJrm ° rm and fort fol tl r a love lover lovefor
r for > r study l this f in itl my opinion Ott far farutw farutwetghsjp
utw utwetghsjp Ighsw alue the e mass of informs antormatstored informsi
tstored i ton < > n mored ti is the memory m nwry I aiu at in inmother tM tMmother theanother
mother of fit D e hlldren thr three e of whomattehd whom whomHtt wboaaMuertd
Htt Muertd i d the piLtld pl schools They Tbeys ars av avtag a arace arrags
tag beidt healtiiv v happy b PDY American Am ricn chll chllflr chUarn chlloren
oren flr n The < Mest rat Is a boy of 11 years yearswho Ynho yeartt
who tt ho It not K prevents will finish his hisgrammar btarammar hisgrammar
grammar rammar sc > course < ou shortly before he hels b bI hele
ls I 13 He h ha i > err tr tern tn forced In any anyway anyaY anyt
way t aY and IS nc n nisi al b > > w c the Ih as avtrag rage in In Intilllgeiiee IntdlllEnce intelllgence
tilllgeiiee His hinir h m work M per perormed erunn6 perarmed
armed as a matter of course and nd he beLII is isLo
10 more unhappy unhapp over ov it than b he te over overhis ovelu
his u f + play I am a great believer in play playir pyr
ir t r boys an and l girls Ilrlsh girlsheart hearty lrt > romping play pwyvlitih p phkh playv
vlitih v hick 1i rends fn lIdt < ls the blood tingling tin line throuao throuaotheir thro throt trip tripthem
their t h < lr vein veinsIt veinIt > WIi WIiI
It I t I Is i u Great t privilege pr1 liege with me to take takent fakert
nt rt nith ni n + hidr hi h drn n In the trtparaihis pawa pawa0w
0w V = JII
of the neat days day lessons I find tIM hour hourafter bourafter hearafterwpeer
after afterwpeer supper salts them better than anyother any anyother UJother
other and white I have th the work to do
for a family of ton I let nothing short shortof shortof t
of sickness rob them of my presence presencePerhaM nee neeerjnaps
PerhaM Per they have been more fortunate t urnate
In their teachers than some children lid for forIn forID forin
In no case cuebave have I found their tasks such suchas suchas uchI
as I considered prejudicial to their
health beaJ Th The interest which blch their father fatherand tatherand fatherand
and 1 take In the subject matter ter of then
lessons 1 and the conversation corwe on about their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work are as beneficial to the parents rebUto as asto asto
to the children 1 could tell of families f
in which both parents work to mills to toorder litolcl Inorder
order olcl to make k both ends most t yet
these t parents ta find a few minutes Jldaa to towhich 1ftwbteb Inwhich
which to Interest themselves In their theirchildrens tbeebUdrea tbelreblldreas
childrens lessons and so the Httto ones onesai oraaaM onesare
aM ai eacoarafod eacoarafodI earn earnI
I cannot toll 1 what action actiond 4tshoald t should lake
If one of my children wer w werVrp0bnd reoutrsd to tot toworlt towork
work oat tea but t to for
Innately Jy no DOt sack unjuoftaek iiDjutst task has been beenotthem
otthem t theseThis tM MOTHER MOTHERTbte MOIIIJIICTb
This Tb te the tbelOt1 sort of letter etterUaat that dose ones OM OMbeart
heart good and it b the tb sort of horn hornthat b bthat hoays hoaysthat
that ought to turn out the right kind lad of ofmen ofen ofmen
men en and ad women You have be pat yotor yetwAnger yotorfingr
an Anger on the th right bt spot when w you Outhat say
that the habit and love 1 ve of study c are the thethings tbetbJap tothing
things to be encouraged They Tb stand for fora
a great 1 deal more than t the mere aoqul aoqulsitioa MquSdon seigtdaitlon
sitioa don of facts These may b b lost or orforgotten ortOl orforgotten
forgotten tOl tten but the love of study te a atesting at aluting
testing t possession possessionMany possessionMany a aMany
Many mothers I have known have protested pro protested ¬
tested vigorously vt ro against having ha to tover g go goover
over then t children chi lessons I with them t
In the evening but It te In bus Ia fashion
that the t tie te strengthened between betw tw ens ensa the theparent tJMpareot thepameat
parent and child More the than a this the tbeparent t1Mpunt theparent
parent derives actual value 1 from the thestudy thestudy
study It fives g vo her a mental lItal change Cban of ofair pfair
air from her dally work and n keeps IIPIIbfor her
in touch with what t te going COI on as well wellan wtlas
as refreshes her memory 01 of facts acts that thatslipped
bAd slipped lIpped her mind had I am heartily heartilyjful hearth hearthgrateful rtll it itb
grateful jful for this optimistic eontrlbu eontrlbuit contribution eoD utlola
to our corner cornerFOSTERMOTHERS conMIFOanMOTHER cornerFOSTER
FOSTERMOTHERS FOSTER MOTHERS PtiAINT PtiAINTlA7 PtAIHTWE i hAIHTW
lA7 B tab teka J the liberty of < asking 1cJ your yourvalued
WE W Wy r f valued opinion on a subject of ofvital
vital Interest
to more than one
ut life Some Son years ago we w legally opted adootsda
a little girl Her mother an n Excep ezcep ¬
tionally tJonaU robust woman when left leftwidowed leftwidowed
widowed with three
children made
no noeffort noecrort noeanrt
effort whatever to keep them but im immediately ¬
mediately a dlately gave CV all U of them tIM awayand away a and Dd DdIg
urged Ig us freatly creatl eatly to adopt this little one
Ue V love lo th tM
e child are givjng her a good goodlast
education and conadentlewal y trylnc try to
do for her h r just J t as If abet e our o 0 err errfectly
She lava utn us In return sad ssemed ssemederr 1Ud er
fectly eeftteftt contemns until ae last tw fv fvwhen few
months when her mother has been n writ ¬
ing letters leUt to her sending ladln her presentn presents
and lavishing ail sorts 10 of endearing eadrt
terms upon her When Whene she shethese receive receivesSame
these thf letters lett she be te discontented foor for days
Some time ago the mother visited our our
home h me and while here aaawaed aU con ¬
trol of the child cJ Id Those conditions are arealmost arealmost
almost unbearable and w we do not know knowwhat Imowwhat knowwhat
what to do Would it bs wrong wro W WTour to for
bid the childs mother h boldl holding communi communication communlcation
cation with her W We Wleh tq do bt htand btand
and cannot tell you how much ueta we would ould ouldalue uld uldMCCH
value your advice dvl
dvlIIUCH
IIUCH TROUBLED TROUBLEDYour TROUBLEDYour
Your case e is very hard bat bett It t strikes strikesthe sin sinme tri triae
ae that yoU have the 1eIIM y In your yourown yourown
own hands Since yo legafly adopted
the child you have as much authority authorityTalk
over her u If be were your very ry 0 own
Talk to the mother aboUt abo the U inattet puttqf t
klndlyand kIndly and patiently butfcak but maIKo aka fOu youreeU ursel f
thnronsjhty tM understood endsr trod slat her her UiM tin sit sitt I
t
00 J
If they held stock they would ha have havea ft fta e ea
a vote vet at meetings un and the stock bfdmc bfdmcnegotiable 1HiIIIKIIIIIptlabl beiwnnegotiable
negotiable security they could sn K Kand IiaM itand
and they could also retain possoastea JlO 9t dIt 9tit ItlIt
it after their connection with 1th th u com company 00 00pany oomlany ¬
pany had been severed for any ny reason reasonThe 1 1n reasonTb
The n profitsharing debenture plan pia It Itm Ita ItSims
Sims m will a wed them more lItO closely cW to totbe tothe tothe
the int interests of the company companyTo colftpanl
To open Orn the corporation the preferredgtock preferred preferredstock prt prtOckbelnc
stock Ockbelnc te being sold at par with 1lha 1lhaaat a guar guaranteed enteed ec ¬
anteed aat dividend of seven seven per pe cent centAmour ceatDODC centAmong s t
Amour my subscribers are re Mrs MraJ J PIer Flerpont PIerp Plerpont
pont Morgan Mrs X Robert CHyphant CHyphantMrs ObPhaatAn ObphtwtMrs
Mrs Edward King Mrs Castmer do doCoppet deCoppet d dCoppet
Coppet X Ktss Julia MarioweMn Marlowe Mrs B BHoffman BHotrllllt EHoffman
Hoffman Miller whoso wb names Me Indicate Indicateflnanctel Iradlea1ftMnc1al Indicatefinancial
financial faith In the enterprise eaterprteeMiss eaterpnlu enterpriseMiss
Miss lu Brown proposes pro to call sHaDDual seafl seaflannual aes i iannual
annual meetings tlap of stockholders at atwhich atwhich t tw1b
which the th latest models will be shown shownand JIhowaN sho + Ka Kaand
and N the business bu insen of the company y yetcI dis discussed 4 4cussed ¬
cussed by men n of dtetlnettoa to profit profitsharing JINfttrtDC pestsarlng
sharing rtDC etc
her presence keeps the child resUees rantleafand rantleafanduneasy end enduneasy Qd Qdu
uneasy and nd ask her K she Is not wTu wTufor wiPing
for the sake lie of th the child childs s best got gotleave good W Wleave
leave the little one alone If this th plea pleafalls plMIfla pleatalk
falls tell her that sooner than have th thchild tM tMchild ibechild
child Interfered with you y u will appeal to toyour toyour
your legal rights That te I If you are aresure ansure
sure that the Lb mothers influence te OUrea OUreapreJudidaI really reallyprejudicial reallyprejudicial 1
prejudicial to the child If it te only o a aquestion ILquetIoD aquestion
question of preference you should ould try tryio tryto y yo
io make your own will In the matter matterdefer matterdefer UW UWdfer
defer to your judgment J t Remember beIt beItlbe that thattbe thatthe
the worst thing thl you can do IS to make maketbe IRaQtbe Makelbe
tbe mother a martyr In tbe eyes e ff th thchild the theebllcl thechild
child That will strengthen 8tn ben the tbenee therace Influ Influence ¬
nee as nothing else could cou do doMOT doNOT doNOT
NOT A FLAW f TALKER TALKERWHERE TALKERI TALKERW TALKERW
I
HERB would you advise ad me to totake totab totake
W WHERE take a child of 4 yean h old oldQUat wh whcant whe whecent
cant talk plain p and dont dontto don t aeent aeentto seiseto
to improve any for the last tbrs three UU yours yoursPlease
Please let me know through your valu valuable valuJII valuahlq ¬
able paper and ebligeANXIOU obNge obNgeANXIOUS obIIANXIOUS
ANXIOUS MOTHER MOTHERGo
Go to your physician It you are sure aurathdt sureths n j
thdt ths the child is mentally mental deficient and andask a auk andask
ask him to tell you o of some puce where whereshe wIteNcan wheretube
she can bs taught and trained trU ed But Butiare Butare t tare
are you U sure she te really 17 larking May Mayshe liaralae Mayshe
she not be only backward bas In that eaoebe eaefe eaefeb eut4be
b be unremitting In your emtanvor VOl toleak to toteach toell
teach ell and train her in speech aiyi IL arffc arffcnteUon eUon arjcculatlon
nteUon Uon I have known of children cbl wh whcould who wbecould whocould
could not outtalk talk distinctly dilltlnctl until undlnd a greater greaterasje rea reaand
asje and nd yet came out all right Pint Pintout J Jout JIIIa4eat
out from your our doctor If the child ddIdpediment has an animpediment animpediment
impediment in her mouth that inter interferes la lat Interterse ¬
terse t with her articulation Some i idiwn cIttI cIttItonsuet6ed ehildrtea
diwn are tonguetied and a very veryoperation vyopntlon t toperation
operation will remedy tbe trouble troubledo utdo ut utdo
do not worry for the child may be only onlyslow oal oala10w onlyslow
slow to team teamMY
jM
Airs MILK MILKM ILK
T BABY ws plump and well at atWtth atbirth t twelplne
MY M birth weighing nine DIn pounds but butfrom butIIOIa butfrom
from the tb first had trouble trou with withhte wltbhJa withhis
his digestion I w tried many y baby toedbut foods foodsbut toedabut
but none agreed with him and nd at flv flvmonths ftvmonte five fivemonth
months be weighed seven vn pound About Abutthis Aboutthis AaIouttb
tb this time 1 began using condensed milk milkbut milkbut milkbut
but added fresh frescream cream to It 4wo twospoons twospoonsof two arc arcof poon poonot
of cream am to one of condensed milk reduced re reduced reduced ¬
duced according to directions He start started started tarted ¬
ed to gain at one o once and nd gained from lremhalf one onehalf onehalf
half to one pound a week antll m he hereached heebecl hereeehed
reached ebecl twenty pound 1 also gaveed gave L Lboiled taIIn taIInboUed
boiled ed soda crackers three times a awith awtlb athe
with the condensed milk and cream creamThis e eTbJ creamThai
This I continued feeding fHdi him until he hecotfld hecodld hecoded
coded take fresh mUkNow milk milkNow IDlIILNow
Now he Is I a months old weighs wet wettbJrt over everthirty overthirty
thirty pounds and nd eats cereals bread breadand breacIand breadand
and milk potatoes and gravy etc U Udid U Udid liedid
did not commence teething until uigenths U IImnths Utlw
mnths tlw old but htebanes his bspss are net softand soft softand oftnd
and nd he Is I perfectly rfectly healthy I r think thinkfresh tW tWfrwb tIdfresh
fresh milk or a food prepared from tressbest U Ubeet I IMet
beet if a baby by can take It It Itcould bat mine mkscould minecould
could not and the condensed mQk did didnot cJkInot didnot
not agree with him until I added the thecream tlaecrem thecream
cream Thl was my own Idea Do you youever youever ou oueVer
ever have inquiries Iltqulr about trusses My jdy
baby has a double rupture rupt and aadtruu wears a Struy atru
tru truu s 1 made myself It te Just as effect eftee efteetlve of oc4 I
live much adore comfortable le than any anything a atblne anything ¬
thing 1 could buy and coats but a few fewcents fewcents
cents MRS W G H HAnother HAnothtr ILAnother
J
Another tribute to the value of con condensed eonilensd condenscd ¬
densed milk I must however enter a amild aIIIUd amud
mild protest against t the use of the soda sodacrackers odaeracketlaat sodacrackersthat
crackers eracketlaat that is k if they were given Yen be ¬
fore teething teetl began Up
to that time t1Daecbtl a achilds aeb11da
childs cbtl stomach is not fitted to digest digestlentiful t tstarches
starches tareb Not until tb the flow ot the lh
lentiful should OUldlhey they be given to him himmother himmother j
Hte I mother does nut say at t what bat ag age agethe i
dwl t the cracker were w re introduced Iutr into the j
MCll I lEI rr rrI T TiltS L18 L18NCLK j jAtIlT
AtIlT liS IEPREI IEPREIu
I F NCLK BENtbe BEN the geodnat geednatured JI09daatured geodnatI
I I ured bachelor brother of the thefamilyhad 1
u I tamU familyhad ha wb11e been beeDIeatb smoking ltnoklngsilently smokingsilently
silently Ieatb while the other othern othernwere men menwere menwere
were swapping wappi c stories At
test he took his his h pipe out of his blllllOlttlt blllllOlttltIedout mouth mouthaad mouthand
and drawltdout drawltdoutYou drawledoutTou Iedout IedoutYou
You married men m n think you know It Itall Itall
all 1 But your experienc experienctho experiences pale t to con conto contMet
tMet to me with that kid nephew In Int
tho t other ber roomrashly room roo
I rashly hly ottered to stay uy with him the thoothftr thenight
othftr night tabt while all you folks went out outand outactuaUy outaa4actuaity
and aa4actuaity actually tbe things that kid did in inthe iadMMar lathabour
dMMar the hour I wa wu with him would would118t make a aMot ause
Mot a mile long 10 more or less lessHO leMyelled leasMe
HO yelled twenty tW nty minutes nu without withoutstopping wtthoutopptq withoutstopping
stopping for breath tb Im r willing to toswesr to8WlVto toswear
swear 8WlVto to an affidavit of ldavtt on that thatNSedtenoimh thatIIdIIId thatenough
IIdIIId NSedtenoimh enough hair ir rretia from my head headfarnf heade d
e farnf whiskers to stuff a sofa pU pUDecorated pillow pillowDecorated pilloWDecoratM
Decorated the wall paper lie as q high as
he CNM roach with file the a pokmoke poker pokerjoke pokera
joke oke a vsa vase by sitting tUIqr down n on oak oaitoc oakowed K Kwallowed
= wallowed owed Wed several buttons tOu and a alet aletof tec tecof IDe1ed
of thread threadh
1ed bk netherni t wofMmskst wofMmskstJ waialaailrt i
thine tltl h Intp I the the1Ift thefirepbuePved ta ptace
I
Pved tb lbqb e4 of tMll to a aICtate
ev1A was ICtate ecatehhed ay N eM theT
T 1 1Klatlle tKn
Kn Klatlle J the head off a ato fin fins Wrr wax doll della
thw1LbIwter to bar > steter tel by tryte tryng to drive drivethe drivew driveIfspAtilt ri rit
a t It
w
IfspAtilt the sofa fa fatbPM nd howled kewiSdpnv howledBroJtt
BroJtt pnv three panes ae of 0 0Wltti window glue gtastwith gluewith
with slut slutF v can cantotP ea eaPt
Pt F ta totP the coal scuttt sects IICGtdew ass JSfspsfled JSfspsfleditlr t > g + Ilg
blew w e
itlr trire re to th 1M carpet ca pee t white X WM cat catof eatof t tof
of thf room hoeing up oomothtaMr to toamusw comul toam
amusw am r him himCrawled Iu IuCrawled ktmCawed
Crawled under the sofa jmT ftft ftftto reused rofusailto
to cane out o until 1 gave Ye hiss candy candy0t c1MIJGot candylet
0t let twisted to the legs I of a chair chairthey chairtbey halrtb
they tb had to be hj 0hen alwn to cat teba bm out outPoured uuttPoured outPoured
Poured water < tr mto IBtO hte hI morh acIItkrs r slip ahpper slippSTL Up Uppe
per pe pSTL I IFtnaUy
Ftnallyn Finally whi when n he hew raw hit h mother moth r com corninp coming eowabe ¬
ing be ran to the Ih door t tumbled Wed off the thesteps tbecut thestep
steps cut his nose and tore a hole In his hisPrtty billtty histy
Prtty tty ty swft wn record wasnt It Still Stillthe SUIltile Steilthe
the kidII come out all right Hes H the theproper lheproper theproper
proper stuff stuffCWUGGEG t utl
CWUGGEG COSSET liSE liSEHERE SHAPES SWE8THERE
HERE Is a growing feeling leelln In fa favsr favor
THERE vsr 1 of tighttltting waists wals and andshort andabort nd ndhort
short skirts and as dresses of ofI oftau ofthis
his I kind are easy to produce home homedressmaking homedMemaaking
dressmaking aktna IsUkely is likely to be more mo moIv popu popular pa ti tiler ¬
lar than ever Loose blouses havingbeen having havingbarn bay
bt barn in fashlqn fa blQn for some considerable considerabletone considerablethan
tone very little attention > n ha baa been given givento yen yento
to tb t the appearance uf the figure and nd this thishas tbtalbroqht thishas
has brought about an entire chance to tothe inthe
the shape of corsets corsetsV6l CUI et9 et9LuLyle t
gLfle V6l > U of cured has h s become too toofeckjav tooiII toothe
LuLyle iII feckjav ttc Iq Ute fullness fulln of the bust bustuently t tentiy
uently u straightfronted shapes shapesadvancing Iaa gapesadvencing
advancing In popularity An ordl ordlpair ordlpair mdtpair
pair of f corsets corse can be quickly and andeasily andre ande
easily e remodeled re ded and nd made to set more moreleopvortably moretortably moreortably
leopvortably ortably by sipiply l1ply Inserting Inj rtlne a dart dartshape dartshape
shape gusset aboin uiw vll inch wide wid each eachside liIocnof
side of th the bust bUilttff >
tff
1 m Ga1L r ilpG30 rnO IDKI < G7 OOljrn aG1G3dQGD KI rnrncmP C C °
Belted Sl SlAND Salelfs SalelfsCLEAN mels melsCLEA2J
CLEAN AND WIPE SMELTS or orfrostfish orfrost88b orfrosttbth
I
frostfish bud b Ml like a saddle cloth clothi clothabout clothabout
i about the body of ofeh each a slice of bacon baconno
no thicker r than writina paper Se Secnre Sdcore SoI
I core the bacon in place by passing iJagistou a aistout astout
istou stout clean straw through throuahitaDdthe throuahitaDdthenab it itand and theflab the thefish
fish Set the fish spines uppermost uppermostin
in a pan put into a brisk oven and sndcook andcookfifteen andcookfifteen
cook cookfifteen fifteen minutes or oruatilthe until they are arbdone ar ardone areclone
done and slightly browned brownedApples brcnmedA browusdApples
Apples A les and Bacon BaconSLICE B BxoiSLICE c cSLICE
SLICE BREAKFAST BItEAXF AST BACON BACONvery BACONYeI1 BACONvery
very thin and 1 fry fq1lftti1 until it earls and is isdear iseJe iselec
dear Take it tup and keep hot over overboQing Olfti overboning
i boning water wa Strain the fat hack bee
Housewifes s Corner By ByMarion Marion rio Harland
ITH regard to the subject oC oCcheap orcheap ofcheap
sT cheap living I I know of an aninstitution aninstitution n nInaUtatton
institution in which the limit Hmitof limitof Mlt Mltof
of subsistence u nce must not exceed ex exceed exceed ¬
ceed ninety nlnetsate ninety cent a week pet petper perperson
per EeJthi Everything I Is bought at whole wholeprices wholesale
sate prices and is I of fairly good ood qual quality quality qualIty ¬
ity Eternal vigilance is required to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep a balcnced ration Coffee te IItea istea Stye Styetea
tea 25c meat We uniformly rice rfceTe ricee riceSc
Te e beans 6c syrup ym 17c and nd all other otherarticles otbecart1dea otherarticles
articles are re similarly almllarfy Iarly low in price loo loobutter no nobutter DObutter
butter no eggs e sugar U r threequarters of ofa ofa ofa
a pound per r week per person It shows showswhat sbowswhat showswhat
what close e figuring te done It can be
done but it reminds retl nd isme me of the Western Westernman Wetlternn Westernman
man n atethe WorMs Pair when be visit visited Ytalteel visited ¬
ed the home of the 1500 per annum annumworkman annumworkman nnwnwortunan
workman Its It all right enough eao but It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would take tak a SSOOO wife to do It itpoor and a aman apoor aone
poor workman wprk man cannot get Et such i a one oneOU8EKEEPERS oneOf
OB Of OF manTHE THE THEcannot OU8EKEEPERS HOC8EKEEPER5Your HOfiE OU8EKEEPERSTour 8 K EE Pl PlTour RS
Tour story te very apt All these com computations co copautlon cemputatkna ¬
putations on how much It takes tlI t te sup support support up uppon ¬
port a family are subject to criticism crlld crlldbeeaue criticismbecause
because prices vary so much to different differentlocalities dlffereatIocaUtks differentloctlltles
localities and Dd appetites vary in differ different dUrereatl differeatfamihles ¬
ent eatl eatfamihles families In one household a great greatdeaf poeatdeal greatdeal
deal of meat is 1 eaten e t a In another Its Itsplace Italare1y It Itplce
place te largely taken by vegetables eptabl for forat forat forat
at least one or two m meals al uf the day da
Most of all the tb success uece of f economy de depends de deupon depant1 ¬
pends pant1 upon pn ° the housekeeper her wisdom
in buying og and nd planning her skill tn tnpreparing 1 1prwwrina ingre
preparing ninng the food fold for the th table tab I Itea have bra
gre tea beard ci an estimate Md timet made 1ft by a practical practicalsaid
women who set a ned table aDd Wb whosaid
said she had figured out ut the ave aveat average of
UPeDdJture for Mr femUya1i wRit wRitat f fat
at fifty cents cea a day da f Piece or SiSO SO a aweek aweek
week for each one on Have any aD of our ourcircle OY OYcircle
circle made made de similar estimate tlmat and if ifso Ifso
so how bo do they tally with this thisTHAT tauTHAT thisTHAT
THAT SOAPSTONE ORIDOLC ORIDOLCI ORIDDLEI
WOULD WoULD like to know If IIttae there Is I any
I way I could clean a while silk lIk lam ¬
brequin The gilt Is a ae bright aa aaeves IUJeVeI asever
eves but the silk is soiled i would like likemuch
Very much to do 0 u myself if you oucould could couldtell
tell t U me how
1 have a new soaps BO soapstone pst tone ne griddle that
Is I not as satisfactory a stactory aa I would wish It
to I be I was w told to bake ake It for a day dayand
and then rub It with ltb salt when l U used J
it I have done this but sun the cakes
stick a ck and do not seem to be aa tender tenderf
I f all lwh 1 wish I b Lhem them to be 1 nav ha have been keep eep
t tog It in the oven ot > n when w not using It It ifyou
you can teU me what to do I r will will be hevery
very grateful MRS W WYou WYou tYYou
You wlii wi find your our first query qu ry answer answerI
ed by the communication following from
I Ira J M 8 s The French chalk must mustthickly
b6 scraped ver very fjioor eor you OU Pay
ba hapa buy It alread already POWQeredbe pmwdeied spread per
thickly over the article to be cleansed
and rubbed d Into it i
it Leave jkoiA It i on AH AHnight OV
over
night tit and brush bru h It off carefully fa fulty the th next
morning morninggest 6
CaD anyone any one of the family circle
lest what hat can be done with tbe 80 aug uc
stone ton Vtddte griddle that I II giving Civl trouble troubl troublerubbing soap
would hays
My M y own advice would would have e been the
f rubbing with alt which It h hCHALK bu already
received
receivedCHALK
CHALK FOR CLEANING CLEANINGWE CLEANINGWE CLEANINOE
E FIND powdered powde French chalk chalksuch chalkach chalksuch
WE such an 0 excellent thing thin for forcleaning forcleaning
cleaning 1 have ba ve Just cleaned cJ lneo a awhite 8whUe awhite
white silk Uk dress and nct also a pale gre e green n nsilk nallk
silk Ilk lambrequin emb aered in gilt it
did the work admirably admirablyMRS
MRS1 MRS J M 8 8WOULD aW 8OUIA
OULJ you kindly Inform me how howto howto howto
WOULD W to clean cle white corduroy which whichte
te soiled but not badly E D DFrench Dl DFrench
French l chalk might be tried for this thusalso thtialso thisIao
also Iao But ydn know that most corduroy cerduroywill crduroywill corduroywill
will wash ash perfectly with rare are Make 11 ke a acorduroy Iiuda aaude
aude uda lrow a good coup and 1I11 w the Lhecor4uro
1 corduroy as u you would flaaneL
1
into the pan adding a very very little but hairter butter ofIrter ¬
ter and fry in it apples slid cI round rousxlsnd rou rouand roundand
and thin without coring or peeling peelingWhen peeliJ1SWhen peeliltgWhen
When clear and tender drain piece by byptooe typiooe bypiece
piece ptooe from clinging elingi grease arrangeneatly arrange arrangeneatly rra rraMatIy
neatly in the centre e of a hot water waterdish waterish waterdish
dish ish sift Ut powdered powdereclsupr sugar lightly l onethem over overthem ONltheua
them and garnish with the bacon baconEatwit baeoEatwitlt baconEatwitk
Eatwit Eatwitlt brown er graham bread breadSpice DrNdS breadSpice
Spice S ice Cake CakeOKE CakeO CakeONE
ONE O rE CUP SUGAR scant half cup cupbutter cupbu cupbutter
butter or or two tablespoonfuls one oneucl oneucla and anda
a half cups euptlCNr sour milk iIk onehalf onehalfspoonful tea teaspoonful beespoonful
spoonful sods one teaspoonful cin cinnamon einmem eienamort ¬
namon mem one teaspoonful doves and sndnutmeg audJlutmec andnutmeg
nutmeg together one cup raisins and 00
ONE WOMANS WORKI WORK WORKT WORKHAVE
T HAVE gained p a igrott peat deal I of val valbte valbIe vailable
I lable bte help fronryour f froa JOUr discussions
1 am always 11 looking tor brute taI as IIJ asI
1 do all my own work including sewing sewingfor sewingfor Ig Igfor
for two ciuldren one gin of 12 for whom weaoI
1 make over my own clothes c b a boy boywhose boYwhoM boywhose
whose suits are made from dads clad with withtbe wttlttbe withthe
tbe exception of the one best I IJDak also ateomake alsomake
make my M own clothes At the theU same sametime sametime
time U am m not worked to death as are aresome f8CI aresome
some of my less active friends frle al although altbo although ¬
though tbo have had a rupture since the theboys ubo theboys
boys bo birth 1 also find time to at attend a an atre ¬
tend Parents n meetings the e children childrenattend Clhl1 Clhl1theM I ilun re
attend the Normal o1 School Schoolthem 1 take takethem
them to lectures such as Eeon E Thomp Thompson ¬
son Seton etc I belong to a 1 Yuppie YuppieClub ople opleClub o oClub
Club andgo and nd p to a matinee tlnee every other otherWednesday otJaereda otherWednesday
Wednesday eda If there te anything on that thatI
I care c to see I never work evenings eveningsbut eveal evealbut eveningsbut
but sometimes get t up early earl In the morn mornIng moraI morntog
tog I towork to work My husband te I a good goodfellow POdfellow goodfellow
fellow to stay home nights and 1 dot dontthink dottbtDk nt ntthink
think a man a likes to cee es his wifework wifeworking wife work workiac workk woorkins ¬
think
ins every n minute mIn Inute he te home even if ItkDOwa I he heknows
knows k owss owssevery it t must be done so we we either eitherhave eitherhae eitherhave
have friends t In or go out for a friendly friendlyame trtndtyaDlM
ame of cards or else we read r a good goodbath
boote book bath being being fond of res reshave NcIbaC NcIbaCa t tvo
a have vo a sevenroom fiat and a small ems emscome n In InCOIM Incm
come cm am at 34 years 1 ra of age and a weigh weighThis
110 1 pound poundThta P uaT1tIs
This correspondent evidently eYSdeDtlrtba pan panthat psseme pssemethat
that quality which the oldfashioned oldfashionedM oldfashionedanikeee ttofted ttoftedy
y anikeee M used to call facwtuJuaack faculty facwtu Utcuttltbeknack the theknack
knack of turning tumln off her work She he Is Istruly I Itruly Istruly
truly a wondemu woman and to be becongratulated beconcratulte becongratulated
congratulated upon her health bealtbDdlaw bealtbDdlawJ and vigor vigorI
I fully agree in what hat she be says A > about bout hat having a alna hattog
tog work to do at night when fb nw man manof Dlanof manof
of the house comes COlli home Sometimes SometimesIt
It cannot be avoided but when the work workreturns workcan workcan
can be put out of the war before he hereturns hareturns
returns U is pleasant tor him to feel feelthat t tLhat feelthat
that his hi wife U in readiness radin to give him himsome b1DtIIOme himsome
some of bet society after rter they have been beenseparated beeaeeparated beenseparated
separated tbe whole day 1 wish that thatmore tbatmore thatmore
more more women had the ability abUll to follow followher followb toitswher
her b r example But when hen poor poorbaJadlcapa health healthhandicaps healthhaadleaps
handicaps a woman she Is hardly to be iecondemned becondemned MCOftCIeQec1
condemned if she cannot imitate such uc k kworker 1worker a aworker
worker as a the writer of this letter tetterBEDROOM letterBEDROOM ttAtr ttAtrBEDROOM
BEDROOM SLIPPERS SLIPPERSthe SLIPPERSIiNJOY
ENJOY the Housewife Exch Exchange Exchangevery nge ngevery
I very much and am delighted to CO4IhCUuu see see4tr sCs4ireettwt
4IhCUuu 4tr ct uu ior ueoroom suppers Up Itis It Itte ItJu8It
te just what 1 have been waaung w I do donot doDOt donot
not fully understand udould resales dine dinetion direction dlrection ¬
tion but want w to Would she send me mea ment mea
a littte nt sample lIIple I will willingly pay for forher forher forher
her trouble M M W WWill wWill WWill
Will TIe come to the help of the themaker theIDfker themhker
maker IDfker of slippers slippersCANNED slippersCANNED ItPpenCANNED
CANNED THINGS nItHOSIN TFIIHOSN
1 N THE Housewifes Corner recently recentlyio recentllppeared
IN I appeared an n ankle devoted largely J17u
to u canes IIUqM wmcn nacn aeetawi aeetawito J
io 0 me intended lnt Dded to convey conve the impression impressionthat
that all or nearly rb all u canned good ape costain coatalll apetaw
tain salicylic acid acl or other preservatives preaertalivestieing preservativesBeing prhervalheBet
Being Bet in the be canned fruit business b and andcanning aDCtcaaal sadcanning
canning caaal about thirty tlllrt carloads of fruit fruitn fl1lldeb fruiteach
deb n n without using one s sand pooatul pooatuluf tul tulof
uf preservatives of r an any kind whatsoever Wbataoewrnd
and nd knowing the process used by b cannon cannongenerally cannersgsnrsuy
generally 1811 I desire dnt to say y that the article articlei rtle
ii i misleading in so far as a it refers to tocanned tocanned tocanned
canned fruits in tin tinThe tinTbe tinThe
The process p s is simple simplethe the fruit Is teled IsD Iscored
D led cored or pitt pitted d packed carefully carefullythe cardul1 cardul1In
In the cans while cold or before cooking cookingpure coold cooldIIQt cookingpure
pure sugar syrup is 1 poured in In the cap capsoldered capSICII4tred capsoldered
soldered on and the cans placed In Iron Ironcrates lroacnt Ironcrate
crates cnt or baskets lowered into nto tanks tanksof tankllo tanksof
of o boiling water wat r and nd kept boiling boil tog for fiveto five fiveto nv nvto
to twenty minutes according to the vari variety varlel van vanety ¬
ety el of fruit to be cooked or processed processedNo
No preservative is I needed simply A Atemperature IItnnJJeftture atemperature
temperature of 3M degrees u w > 3U dL degree degreefor d dfor degr degrfor
for five to twenty twent minutes This simple almplec
>
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W lHIl1 c 3 3A ODW OD < Wo WoOO
OO oo ooA
A MEW NiUVI mmmiw FOwiim FOOIEllliASh FOwiimV rvw rvwII
II V ROYAL ROY At PXVOft IN EJIOLMtHZ EXOLAet EXOLAeti EJICIIAM1ITHE
t
i in ball of dogs dopftne beta betannc being tmtgr ss ssfine
fine silky and strong the 1MblUt tk tkMbiut7 pos possibility ¬
THE Mbiut7 sibility blUt oC its k being bet belPtrmf ueed ueedspinning needier neediernever
fI fIoften
spinning Ptrmf and weaving weavinghas
has often oftenneftI beer bat batnever
never until the last few weeks i ib has It ItbHn Itbeen
been b en practically demonstrated demonstratedOne
One who te I Interested to n the thepaired ttt tttilred subiset ra raps
paired ps ilred red to o the School leIaGotof SchoolBlenhela of Wee WeaCo Wpsubiset w wBtcmbeba
Btcmbeba street Net Ira L9ndon a t talO tago
ago Co to learn I what was beta being door doordon 6Ireeball with withdoga
don hair ballJ thereilia there thereJttea
Jttea CUvo Ur Bat Bailey the principal prlasi prlasialtseat pal wa wasabaci wabHQIt
abaci bHQIt at tbe tine but it to 80tlaat o happened happenedthat happenedthat
that the ma maimg greea was at that tlatat vast vastmoment vtygray
moment at engaged la spinning ararwa aD aDtly apish apishentIYrong
entIYrong tly gray 1ft yam yamMaltese a acUDp trees es escR
cUDp cR of a Maltese MIt doe Such aD anna annaMI aDu e eumel
u onP peraUoD MI Invariably neede raeed8baed a shDt shDthot s111RM
M baed hot to this instance I th tM tMtrouble8DIIM most mosttroublesome meetnblesme
troublesome nblesme part rt of the buataeaa b busiseebeen 1 1been
been therepeated tbe veperted and nd somewhat somewhatat somewhatpleaatat t tt S
pleaatat at t cleaning cleanl to which the tbe81obadtted hairbeen hair hairoome
been 81obadtted before any a1Ci11111Jt a1Ci11111JtIt at to tospin
spin It could be made The Theb Theint
oome int by pat from the tit coiwtry couatQdoaItt aaVw aaVw4o M Mdoubt
doubt 4o bt through ha having vine been kept keptIe toojeae toojeael too tong tongin
Ie l order M t collect a aufllelent aufllelentthehair dIelenttile eeUW eeUWtM
thehair tile Nils was matted and tatt aC aCOUEEN8 etOUEEHS fMss fMssd
d 4 4OUEENS
OUEEN8 GAVE GAYEIId8 ORDCilSThk OftQCM OftQCMThte
Thte bit of taiformaUon aatsvalby ted tedt JellW ledto
W t wonder how far It would WoaMYlUbi be ad advisable fedvuable ¬
visable to recommend lady lad sptaaai sptaaaipoodles c I IpeodI lasealgg
poodles peodI hair for fear of expo Kgnahyg Kgnahygto b bto u uto asealgg ase
to a similar trouble unless uraleaelt It had hadpreviously hm hmpreviously
previously l understood that the theWOuld hate hatewould haltwould
would be sent ready prepared for forvce the theprocess di dipeacene t
process of sinning nnl Anyhow the reaw reawwas NIIIItmoat rs tilt tiltwarn
was moat satiafaetory t As A to toIn the wear wearIng weaning
In Ing properties of the yam rra time tbraecan ate atecan aloes aloescan
can prove it itSince ItSInN ItSince
Since this visit a letter has been r rceived J JCtlved rceived
ceived from a lady d apparently an tKpant eapsetspinner tKpantspinner eIItaplraner
spinner who explained how she s he had hadIntrusted JuMIIntrusted baste basteintrwted
Intrusted some olll time llle aeo o with wltbnlnc wl the thenine rte rtening
nine of the wool of a brown poodle poodllonging be belongng
longing 10 to t Queen Alexandra It Itbe had to totroubleaome tobe
be washed aided and spun ready to toPut ha haput
Put Into the hara4a har of ae knitter TIte TIteworkrr Tkeworke
workrr oonatdered oons sidered this s p pS rather rathertroubtr MI MItrouble
trouble troubtr some on account of of the theof tbeor tortam tortamof
of the wool through its constant cotpl ah taleping ahP >
ping P pl
plOn On another occasion she was WIUIspla Mkfd Mkfdspin asked askedspin
spin the hair ofca of o a Japanese Japan Japanloactne an pa epanid epanidbid P atel he helonging
longing to the late Queen Victoria VictoriaIt v bid M Mdm
It w was too bard in texture dm aMteapt the a aipaniete at attelllpt
telllpt had to be abandoned As a apab1e ruts rutsapahiels
ipaniete pab1e hair is too hard to be belated belated manteM manteMlated
lated In that wise but that of f the t e eteeIs ttal ttaltese 11IteM
teM teeIs is more woolly and its It spinning apbuaiaIrbe can esabe canbsexecnted
bsexecnted be executed by ready good aOOdWomen g gWomen cftfUwsaaav cftfUwsaaavWomen
Women who are ar constantly coUIra constantlyiag eriiiiMllMg eriiiiMllMgme
me Ira iag combines btDP from fr lll the backs of tbehpl their theirdotrIf per perAotfswIU l r rthat
dog AotfswIU will be delighted to know krawhair that ib this thisUl It y yhair
hair caD really be ut for forgl oesaea oesaeatal
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one teaspoonful of baking bdbIIwith pons yo yowith es eswith
with flour to make a v very y stiff t tSTEBD dough dirugilSTWED doughSTWBD
STWBD CELERY CELHRYSELECT CELBRYSELECT
SELECT tb the heart of a 1iicelery haieV cif cifceIer1 o C Ccelery
celery trim of the thep lea hews aid wrigreen aidtie
green p talks tit ewith withcotton withcottonrtwiai withcottonrtwiaiinto cott R rtwMi rtwMiinto rtwiiliiato
into a good shape sha p put it m ma ia iaa
a pan with cold milk and water anequal in inequal ill illequal
equal proportions and a little salt saltboil ukboil saltboil
boil gently l ldrain tly till quite soft and aDddrain then tbe tbedrain
drain off the liquid Haw Ha ftt ready readysome reMrIOme reedysome
some long lon fingershaped n pieces of ofhot ofJaot ofhot
hot battered toast arrange the oasary oasaryneatly oeIr oeIrJletb aeleyneatly
neatly on these and po p pour r over oYerpod apm apmgood sees seesgood
good egg sauce Sprinkle dde ddeebopped over aldropped al alchopped
chopped paisley and serve J Iles ve
Inexpensive proems is so certain m Us Usresults RsIts
results 1 Its that not one per per cent at ott ear eargoods
goods goo u fails t to keep perfectly perfectlyFurther pelteetl7Further per ectly
Further her alone alo in the article rticIetbat you state statethat stabthat
that bean asparagus u uete succotas succotasetc suocotaabpwl suocotaabpwletc
etc put t up in our own kitchens kitchenskeepand J secret secretsure will willkeep willkeep
keepand keep and ask What is the secret secretsure et eture
sure preservation preservationThe preservationrThe
The secret of the canners success to Isthe hi hitbe hithe
the process used To can veeetablaa vece vecethat to itsthat tothat
that they the will keep requires a aof gieaes gieaesdegree reaar reaarTo
degree of o hat t than In eanmrt can canTo 1IIWI 1IIWITo
To secure this higher temperature temperaturelaM aa aaners
ners use a cooker called a retort retortot made madeof madsof
of boiler iron capable of withstanding wt a aenure apure apressure
pure enure of at least twenty twent pounds poundsuare I pie pieywre
ywre uare inch The cans of oftorts ofer f vetaes
after er being sealed Ied are re placed 1 1toru o otort
torts heavy iron steamtieht steamtiehtbolted U arebolted Ubolted
bolted down the th steam turned In and andkept aMkept antikept
kept at t the required pressure civile 1k 1kDods the theroods 1MCoodll
roods in i the retort a temperature dw o oI et ettrom
from trom I 21 d dthe egrees to 235 S degremperatur deere deereM es essired
sired siredI M
I have tried to show you that the theof ms J Jof
of preservatives pre erva in fruits and andIn vtgntahtu vegstakhrIn vtgntahtuin
in tin cans is probably notSUIIe not general he hecause hocause
cause so unnecessary but in Inof 1 parhasjes parhasjesof
of wood glass or tin not susceptible at atbeine ecbelna ofbeing
being sealed and nd thoroughly st sterilised sterilisedbolline tenucIbalUn I Ibol <
bolline balUn bol rpg water or steam at preservatlv jftIIerYatndoubtl Dreeerv ao aodoubtless as asdoubtless
doubtless doubtl used considerably the thetIceahoulci pine praeUce pinetke
Uce tIceahoulci ahouW be beregu regulated ated or supprommad su sulaw u uJaw by bytaw
taw as should she old the adulteration ulterat n of foil foilproducts tOIlproducta f
products tact tactlug sheshouldsld and all shouldaid in the theTrue tilehaC O s
lug and enforcement of such a Jaw JawTrue 8 8True
True to my principle of giving a bear boavine bearirag
ine to both sides ald of a question I Ito am amglad emglad
glad to accord to this correspondent the tLrodefend thespace CIteto
space to towith defend the methods of fwltb canning canningwith
with which ha te familiar It Itwbat only onlysuethat ona onarims
rims what 1 haw said In a roast le lesuethat 7 7uethat
suethat there are canning caruaIraare houses that thatare thatare
whom food foeIIput to isput toput
are re to be relied upon by
put up in wholesome w fashion I 1to am ham hamto May Mayto
to have this endorsement UlR t of off my myment seb sebaeni
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thawed thawed itgalwill It galwill will be clear clear and Dd smooth aIt a ait as asit
it was before beforeTONItfO befo befoTOHIMG beforeTONINO
TONItfO UP THE STOMACH STOMACHstomach STOMACHP STOMACHRHAPS
f four
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of pUN 1 kb 41 cream to tone tonetomach 4 tks tksstomach
stomach 1 have never founde9ual found fOllndul anytkdnaV anytkdnaVMual
Mual ul to It Many Man times I have ha a not not notabl hadsr hadsrfour A Atour
t14 abl to eat anything else for Ib three threefour
f ftor
four days 4 It I u especially recomfor recom recomor
for or the disorder that follows the use useany u useany I Iny
any ny kind of stimulants stimulantsI stimulanteor
I make my own ice I cream using W Wgood l Idrich
rtb rtblIy
good eor rich l t flkos milk and 23 cream which te tenor
nor gmon easily easilydigsted lIy digested tp ed and Dd retained than thanthe tbaathe thanlities
the richer qua quaHoping dualities dualitiesHoping qualltl qualltlHoplnc lities
Hoping you ou will find this mggesticn of ofuse ofUM ofuse
use and thanking thanking you in advance I re remain r rmaln roe roemain
main sincerely yours ou W C W WPure Wpure WPure
Pure olive oil In small quantities q Utte Isaiso te tealso
also good to allay au named in stom stomsch stomachl om omach
sch achl achlPure >
schPure Pure tee cream earn ie undoubtedly und Ubtlr ad admirable a4Ira admirable ¬
mirable Ira l for some atwuuicns ittuQ1 and t have haveknown baveJcnewn haveknown
known It to be retained in cases ca of ofnausea otnau ofnausea
nausea nau ea when nothing else could c uld be kept keptdown keptdou kcptdown
down Bqt B t there tbe are other stomachs stomachswhich stomachswhich C Chleb
which hleb cannot stand it at all and on onthat onthat t
that account It Is I nOl well ell to recom recommend retOmmefld recommend ¬
mend It unqualifiedly for everyone 8otoo So Sotoo Sotoo
too there are some stomachs that can cannot ¬ I InQJ i
not bear olive lIvc oil but lJ t they are for fortuately fo tomtueattdy
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