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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, October 21, 1906, Magazine Section, Image 23

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Helens Masquerade Party PartyWit PartyI
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F Wit Why it ProvedSuch Proved Success Such an IfIlrne Immense immenseSuccess e eSuccess r v vSuccess
i HY was Helens Halloween Halloweenf HaHoweenmasquerade Halloweenmasquerade
WIlY f masquerade party such a aeuccess asuccess asuccess
success I dont d ht remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that she he made any any ny great greatpreparations greatI greatpreparations
preparations for it remarked remad edher her Aunt Auntehe AuntJeannette Auntaeannette
Jeannette the following Sunday wnen wnenshe wflenEhe
ehe stopped on her way home from fromchurch tromchurch fromchurch
church to chatWith chat with Helens mother motherWell motherWeU motherWelI
Well replied Mrs Graham I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think it was wa just because she he did not notmake notmake notmake
make any great IDcat preparations It was wasJust wasjust wasjust
Just what a boys and girls party partyought partyought partyc
c ought to be beabsolutely absolutely informal And Andtoo Andtoo Andtoo
too thero was much secrecy about it itEven ItEven itEven
Even Helen herself did not know half halfthat haltthat halfthat
that was to t be revealed on the night nightof
of the party partyHelens parhHelens partyHelens
Helens mother was right Informal Informality ¬
ity and secrecy secrecythese these were what mado madethe madothe madothe
the party such such a success successThe successJ
J J The first question Helen HelensetUed settled was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the kind of Invitation to send out Be Being Being BeIng ¬
ing quite a little artist in her way wa she shedecorated shedecorated shedecorated
decorated a lot of plain cards with pic pictures pictures pietures ¬
tures of owls bats bats black blaclt cats brooms broomsetc broomsetc broomsetc
etc and on each ont on she lettered some someuch someuCh someEuch
Euch uch rhyme as this thisCome thisCome thisI
I Come Halloween night at 8 8The 8The 8The
The witches will tell you your f fte fteN te teNow teNow
Now N ow lock In your bosom this pK pKOr phOr PbOr
Or illluck will likely be your lot lotWith lotWith lotWith
With each card she sent this notice noticeMasquerade noticeMasquerade noticeMasquerade
Masquerade party partydevIse devise your own owncostume owncostume owncostume
costume costumeOf
Of course as it turned out almost almostevery almostevery almostevery
every guest was costumed as a witch or orwizard orvdard orwizard
wizard with highpeaked caps brown brownstained brownstained brownstained
stained faces long brown robes and andf andrr andarrylng
trying rr Ing weird looking brooms me meI = ie ieifl 1eat
I hai at ifl black cats live or stuffed on their theirooked theirooked theiriooked
iooked ooked backs backsLhe backsThe j j1he
The house was dimly lighted by byJack byjack byr byjack
Jack 0 lanterns over the faces of ofwhich atwhich ofwhich
r which were pasted masks which were wereas weroas wereas
as grinny and creepy in appearance appearanceas
as Helen and her family could deyise deyiseThe deviserhe deyiseThe
The door was opened by mysterious mysteriousunseen mysteriousunseen mysteriousunseen
unseen hands and on the wall was a ahuge ahuge ahuge
huge black paper hand pointing sol solemnly solemnly solemnly ¬
emnly up the stairway stairwayluTTSTEBY stairwayI stairwayMYSTERY
Every Ev ry one involuntarily fell into intowhispers Intowhispers Intowhispers
whispers if they theYsJoko spoko at all The Thehostess Thehostess Thehostess
hostess and her her4asslst iasslst assistants nts received receivedthem receivedthem receivedthem
them silently with outstretched outstretchedhands outstretchedhands outstretchedhands
hands which when grasped sent sentchills sentchills sentchills
chills up and down backbones for forthey forthey forthey
they were cold and clammy < being beingIn
In fact gloves stuffed with wot sand sandinstead sandinstead sandinstead
instead of the human hands that thatwere thatwere thatwere
were expected expectedWhen expectedWhen expectedWhen
When all were ready and expectant expectanta
a deeptoned bell was solemnly In Intoned intonedi intoned ¬
toned then a curtain was drawn drawnaside drawnJ drawnllpt
llpt J aside revealing the Three Witches Witchesof WI tches tchesot
of Macbeth hovering over a steam steaming steamIng steamIng ¬
ing caldron While two of them themstirred themstirred themstirred
stirred tho hellbroth with hugo hugospoons hugospoons hugespoons
spoons the third croaked the famous famouswitch famouswitch famouswitchilnes
witch witchilnes witchilnesThrlco lines linesThrico linesThrico
Thrico tho brindle cat hath hathmewed hathmewed haUlmewed
mewed etc etcNext eteNext etct
t Next the guests ests passed one by by one oneinto ohe oheinto oneInto
into a fortunetelling booth which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was built up in front of a large open openfireplace openfireplace openfireplace
fireplace Here the fortunetelling fortunetellingwitch
witch foretold their fates by means meansof meansor meansof
of solder melted in a big iron spoon spoonWhen spoonrhen spoonWhen
When rhen dropped into water the solder soldertook soldertook
> took strange forms which she inter interpreted Interpreted interpreted ¬
4 preted according to her fancy fancyAfter fancy fancyAfter fancyAfter
After this came a most sensational sensationalepisode sensationalIIisodcthree sensationalplsodethree
episode IIisodcthree three huge black cats per persons pereons perSons ¬
sons dressed up to represent cats en eniATI3ITN eni
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I vNE i N1 E of the Jolllest of Hallow HallowI HallowU i ieen
I een stunts Polly Evans has hasever hasever
O ever known is the Raisin Race RaceIf Racei j
i It If you ou have never tried It Itilont ItOnt
1 ilont Ont fall to do so this Halloween HalloweenTake IIalloweenralc HalloweenTake
Take a nice clean white string a aMiHyard aard along
MiHyard ard long and exactly In the centre centrefasten centreIt centrefasten
It urastcn fasten a raisin Now take two boys boysor
or girls gIr tie their hands behind them themand themand themand
and place an end of the string be between beI between ¬
I tween each ones teeth At the woraSO wordgo word wordI
SO each must begin chewing the thestring thestring thestring
I string for dear life lifeThe UreThe lifeThe
The one chewing fastest fastestw111 will reach reachthe reachl reachthe
l the raisin iirst provided he is not so sounfortunate sounfortunate
1 unfortunate as to let the string slip sliplikely sUpfrom
1 from his teeth an accident which 15 15t isr
t likely to occur as his opponents opponentschewing opponentschewing opponentsI
I chewing causes a pulling of the thestring thestring the3tr1ng
string which must be carefully carefullyguarded careullyualded carefullyjuarded
guarded ualded against againstThe againstI againstThe
I The chower who first reaches r aches the theraisin thet the7aisin
7aisin raisin tsln may eat It and will also have havesraat haver
sraat r at t good goodfortune goodfortuneWitchsCave fortune fortuneWitchs tortuneJ
t 4 J Witchs Witchs WitchsCave WitchsCaveTry Cave CaveN ave J JtTry
N viry Try a Witchs Cave Use ever evergrreen evergreen evergreen
green green and asparagus and chrysanthe chrysanthemums chrysanthemums chrysanthe1nums ¬
mums to form a bower which should shouldl
l 00 > e lighted ith dim jackolanterns jackolanternsIXhe iackolanterns3Jhe
IXhe witch dressed in red and in un uncanny unpanny Uncanny ¬
panny canny things of various sorts will willpresent willIpresdent willpresent
Ipresdent present each one with a tall t < 111 lighted lightedcandle lIghtedcan lightedcandle
candle can Ie and a paper funnel Through Throughthe
the latter each one must try to blow blowfttut blowj blowut blowthe
1 fttut ut the candle flame after having havIngq havIngI
q j
tered the room and a hollow voice voiceannounced voiceannounced voiceannounced
announced slowly and awesomely tilt tiltL If Ifa Ifa
a L cat sits down at yorr Y01 side sld you will willhave willhave willhave
have lifelong peace and domestic domestichappiness domestichappiness domestichappiness
happiness If a it t rubs herself herselfagainst herselfagainst herselfagainst
against you ou or jumps into your lap lapyou lapyou lapyou
you will be exceptionally happy But Butif ButIf
if 1 all three cats ats avoid you Ill fortuno fortunoIs
Is yours yoursFinally yoursFinally yoursFinally
Finally came a witches dance to tothe tothe tothe
the music ota of a weird witchdance witchdancetune
tune all of the witches Joining si silently silently atlently ¬
lently In it ItsUently silently that is until untilthey untUthey untilthey
they broke out into giggles as a ashaft ashaft ashaft
shaft of light fell on this face and andthat andthat andthat
that revealing its Identity IdentityCOSTUMES IdentityCOSTUMES IdentityCOSTUMES
Then all removed their costumes costumesand
and settled down do n to t many maby jolly Hal Halloween Hallowe Halloween ¬
loween lowe m games gam s for which Helen had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made ample preparations many of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which are described elsewhere on this thispage thispage thispage
page pageA pageA pageA
A light supper ended the party The Thetable Thetable Thetable
table was decorated with jacko jackolanterns jackolanterns jackolanterns
lanterns and chrysanthemums and andthe andthe andthe
the refreshments were oldfashioned oldfashionedconsisting oldfashionedconsisting oldfashionedconsisting
consisting of huge platters platt rs of ginger gingerbread gingerbread gingerbread ¬
bread heaps of apples and other or orchard orchard orchard ¬
chard fruits quantities of nuts rais raisins raisins ratsIns ¬
ins and candles and last of all a aHalloween aHalloween aHalloween
Halloween cake containing a ring a acoin acoin acoin
coin a thimble < S and a button buttonThe buttonlhe buttonThe
The ring promised Its Under llnderan an early earlymarriage earlymarriage earlymarriage
marriage the coin great riches the thethimble thethimble thethimble
thimble spinsterhood and the button buttonold buttonold buttonold
old bachelorhood bachelorhoodThe bachelorhoodThe bachelorhoodThe
The Witches Dance Dancei
i PUS should be tho close of the even
I ings pleasure Place a small table
In the middle of the floor and have
every everYone one Join in forming a big ring
leaving an opening toward the door
for you Tell them to close their eyes
tight as they stand taking hold of
hands while you ou put out the light and
to keep their eyes shut until you light
it again againHave againHave againHave
Have already prepared a very large
bowl with as many raisins as there therearc thereare thereare
are members of the party and at the
last moment pour over them a half cup
of alcohol and a tablespoonful of salt
Have a match In your hand and as asyou asyou asyou
you quickly set the bowl on the little
table in the centre of the circle light
the match and touch It to the alcohol
Then call them to open their eyes and andstart andstart andstart
start the ring all dancing round and andround andround andround
round as the weird greenish flames leap
up in the darkness darknessTell darknessTell darknessTell
Tell them each one oneIs is to plunge their
hands In tho flames and get a raisin No Noone Noone Noone
one is ever burned in the slightest if
they the quickly qt lckly thrust their hands in and andout andout andout
out again againThe againThe againThe
The greatest fun Is to have prepared
beforehand as many slips of paper as asthere asthere asthere
there are guests with a line or good
fortune written on each Wrap each eachone eachone eachone
one around a chocolate cream and then thenwrap thenwrap
wrap In tinfoil Throw these In the
bowl instead of the raisins and then
to make It even more gruesome you can
be dressed as a witch with a pointed pointedcap pointedcap pointedcap
cap and wand and say sa In sepulchral
tones tonesAll tonesAli
All 11 those who would their fortune I
know knowMust bo boMust knowMust
Must quickly test this fiery glow glowRoasting glowRoasting glowRoasting
Roasting Apples ApplesHOOSE
i HOOSE your apple and turn it seven seventimes
times in the hand as you silently
name a a favored person The apple applecould applecould applecould
could be roasted on a boiler over Q J
kitchen fire if you have no fireplace
While roasting if the apple roasts even ¬
ly to tOthe the core and the number of seeds
be seven or can be divided by seven it itpromises Itpromises itpromises
promises a bright future If the core
wormeaten then disappointment
is sure to follow while If the apple
its skin and the juice overflow
there Is fame and fortune In store atorecc
a wish If successful the wish
come true trueThis trueThis trueThis
This Is not as easy as a looks you
find findSuggestions findSuggestion findSuggestioni
Suggestions for fo Halloween Parties PartiesUse PartiesUse PartiesUse
Use mirrors mirrors mirrors mirrorsBorrow mirrorsBorrow mirrorsBorrow
Borrow them from neighbors for the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion
occasion You cannot have too many manyHave manyHave manyHave
Have as many candles burning before beforethe beforetbe beforethe
the mirrors as you can possibly have haveThey haveThc haveThey
They Thc will be reflected over and over overagain overagain overagain
again In the many mirrors mirrorsCorn mIrrorsCornred mirrorsCornred
Corn Cornred red white and
yellow yellowmakes makes a asplendid asplendid asplendid
splendid decoration You can thrust A
into the meshes of fishnets which whichyou whichou whichyou
you ou draps on the walls wallsif wallsH wallsIf
if you OU live In the country or It you youhave C Chave chave
have a barn matter
no where
you youlive youlive youlive
live do hold your our Halloween party
there It Is half the fun Next to the
barn choose a good good1 big attic Next to rE rEthat
that a roomy kitchen and the dining W Wroom Wroom
room roomPale U UP tePale
Pale P le green crepe paper is nice to 11 11drape
drape the refreshment table with
Dont tall to provide plenty of pop ¬
corn with poppers and a fire to do the thepopping thepopping thepopping
popping over overThe overThe overThe
The Ghostly Circle
before going home form a circle circleall circlean
all sitting before the open lire re While Whileevery Whileeveryone Whileevery
every everyone one is in a talkative mood just justafter justafter justafter
after the refreshments
hand each one onea
a saucer containing a dessertspoonful dessertspoonof
of salt saturated with pure alcohol
and a couple of o matches The hostess
the ball arolling by striking a
match and lighting IIghtfngthe the mixture in her
saucer As the flames dart up and
the lights are low she tells as ghost ¬
ly a story as possible The story must
continue until the last flame dies out I
Each one In turn lights his or her hersaucer hersaucer hersaucer
saucer and tells a story as weird and andand tl tlgruesome
gruesome as it Is possible to conjure
and no matte what the situation at P
the time the last bit of flame the
story must stop if In the middle of E
a word All who tell a complete story
and finish It before the flames die out v
are entitled to prizes prizesRoasting prizesRoasting n
tt ttRoasting
Roasting Chestnuts
TVHESE HESE may be roasted on a shovel 1I 1 1h
I held h ld over hot coals or upon the top
of the stove Two are e named and laid laidside i iBide h hside
side by side if they remain roasting I Iquietly 11 11quIetly
quietly a long and lasting affection Is
predicted between the parties If one oneor oneor oneor
or both hop away it signifies a dis ¬
agreement those that persist In moving t tE <
about are fickle while those that fly off
the shovel or stove are destined to toremain toremain toremain
remain single another year ea m mIt
VST think boys and girls It is barely 200 years since here in our enlightened United States of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
JUST America men mennnd and women we i charge with practicing witchcraft tortured tortur d into false confessions and andput andput andput
put to death deathThrough deathThrough deathThrough
Through the efforts of the celebrated Cotton Mather 20 people were put to death as witches 55 55vere
cruelly tortured and narrowly escaped death 150 were thrown into prison prison and 200 were openly openlyiccused
or suspected before b fore people found their right senses and put a death to this terrible persecution persecutionf
f perfectly innocent people peopleIt
It hardly seems possible does it For WE think of witches just st as we do of fairies and gnomes gnomesas
as delightful makebelieves just lovely to read stories about and all that sort of thing but never as aseal
Look in the dictionary boys and nd gir and count the number ofwords of words that are derived from the therord thevord
vord witch witchat at least 25 of them I That indicates how firmly people used to believe inihe absurd idea of ofreal
real witches
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Who Can Read This Thishe
he hon houses en alike alikevery 5 5very i ierT
very erT long Iongstreet street tlooka looks very dreary drear
he houses alike alikeWhen alikeWhen alikeWhen
When properly read It makes ex
llent sense
Acrostic AcrosticWhen AcrosticWhen AcrosticWhen
When you have set down the cor corCt corct
Ct names of famous American Americanriters Americanriters Americanriters
riters in thelist the list read the star let letTB letrs letrs
rs down and find the name of one or ofe
e most popular pop lar nights in the year yearJi
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1 Last name of the author of
Hoss Shay ShayLast
2 Last name of the author of
e Hills and Far Away
3 Last name of a famous amous
4 Last name of the author of Theoosler TheoosIer
oosler Schoolmaster
5 Last name of a famous Pennsyl
6 Last name of an American hu
whose pen name was uAr uArmus Ar
Ward WardT
7 Last name of our most tamoumerlcan famousmerican
humorist humorIstS
8 Maiden name of the author
Toms Cabin
9 Last name of an American humor
t who was always known as Bill
of by his real Christian name namePuzzle namePuzzle namePuzzle
Puzzle Ounces OuncesExample OuncesExampleA OuncesExampleAdd
Example ExampleA Aud d an ounce to two let letrs 1etrs letrs
rs and make to punish severely
Answer JlswerTr Trf + ounce ounceounce ounce
1 Add an ounce to one ne letter and
to rebound
History Puzzle PuzzleCan P zzl zzlCan
Can you I read this historical state statement statement statemont ¬
came cameWilliam cam camWilliam cameWilliam
William in 1066 1066the 1056the 1066thesea
the thesea sea
then thenLANDED thenLANDED thenLANDED
LANDED of England Englandthe Englandthe
the South coast threw threwi threwHarold threwHarold
i Harold and became king
2 Add an ounce to 0 two letters and andmake andmake andmake
make Ua a a loose ruffle
3 Add an ounce to one letter and andmake andmake andmake
make to fall suddenly upon
4 Add an ounce to three letters and andhave andhave
have to make known
5 Add an ounce to three letters and andmake andmake andmake
make to inform against stigmatize
6 Add an ounce to three letters and andmake andmake andmake
make to disavow abjure abjureHow ahjureHow abjureHow
How Much UcliDoYou Do You Know KnowHere XnowPHere KnowHere
Here are questions in English his history history history ¬
tory See If you can answer them themwithout themwithout themwithout
without referring to your books Fill Filleach Filleach 111 111each
each blank with the name of an Eng ¬
lish monarch
1 was beheaded beheadedUaa
Z was dethroned by
William and Mary Maryreigned
3 reigned during the
Boer War
4 established bUshed the Church Churchof
of England Englandr
5 r S is the present king kingreigned
6 reigned during the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Revolution
7 sent out Cabols ex expedition expedltion cxS ¬
8 reigned when the Bat Battle Battle Battie ¬
tle of Crecy was fought
9 beheaded Mary Mar
Queen of Scots
10 granted the Magna MagnaCharta MagnaCharta MagnaCharta
11 reigned during the
War of the Spanish SuccessIon Succession Successionwas
12 went in the ThIrd
13 was was killed at atBos atBosworth Dos Dosworth
worth Field
14 xeigned relgn d during the thowarot thewarof
warot the Austrian succession successionS
Answers to Last Weeks Puzzleand Puzzleand
and Problems ProblemsPicture ProblemsPicture ProblemsPicture
Picture Puzzle PuzzleTwinkle PuzzleTwInkle PuzzleTwinkle
Twinkle twinkle little star starHow starHow starHow
How I wonder iwhat you are areUp areUP areUp
Up above the wbrld so high highLike highLll highLike
Like Lll e a diamond In the sky skyDropLctter styDropLetter skyDropLetter
DropLetter Puzzles
1 Philadelphia 2 Baltimore 3 Chicago Chicago
cago 4 I Sacramento 5 St Louis LouisHartford t tHartford
Hartford 7 New Orleans S lallahasee
see 9 Lansing 10 Washington WashingtonWhat WashingtonWhat VashingtonWhat
What Invention InventionAirship InventionAirshir InventionAirship
TwoWord Squares SquaresIRON SquaresL
NELL WENT WENTPrinters WENTPrinters VEN1Printers
Printers Pi PiHow PiHow LiHow
How often have I blessed the comm corninday cominday commday
day dayWhen dayVhen dayWhen
When toil remitting lent its turn to pla plaAnd pIaAnd plaAnd
And all the village train from labotre labofree
tre treLed free freeLed
Led up their sports beneath beneath the spreac1ing spreadlug
ins tree
Enigma EnigmaKeywords EnigmaKeywordsReal EnigmaKeywordsReal
Keywords KeywordsReal Real Julia race rac saUCE sauciCarl saUCECarl saucCarl
Carl Whole Vh01eJuI1us Julius Caesar CaesarRiddles CaesarRiddles CaesarRiddles
Riddles Riddlesl
1 In February because that mont monthas monthas monthas
has only twentyeight days
2 Your uncle is your fathers brotheJ brotheibut brotheJb brothejbut
but b t your father is not your our uncle
3 The last must take the dish vit withis vithit vithU
hU > egg and can leave it lying there a along along along
long as he pleases pleasesDouble pleasesDouble pleasesDouble
Double Beheading BeheadingMeat Beheadi Beheaditeilt
Meat 2 teatat teatatSingle eat atat at atSingle
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Single Beheading BeheadingDice BeheadingDiceIce BeheadingDicelee
Dice Dicelee DiceIceS ice
S Shorthand Spelling SpellingXXExtnuatc
XXExtnuatc 1 E ttlnuatc ttlnuatct
Some Halloween HalloweenTraditions HalloweenTraditionsTitheHonored Traditions TraditionsTirneHonored TraditionsTimeHo t
TirneHonored TimeHo ored Ways of Peeping PeepingInto PeepingInto
1 Into Intothe the Future ture 3
are more
I than can possibly be described in inone inone
1 one one short article Read these and andvery andvery andvery
very likely you OU will find a num number number ¬
ber of them are new to you youTie youTie youTie
Tie a wedding ring to a a string and andswing andswing andswing
swing it around a drinking glass at the thesame thesame thesame
same time repeating the alphabet < When Whenthe
the ring clinks against the glass the theletter theletter
letter you have reached will be the in initial intial 1 ¬
tial of your future husband or wife wifeDrink wfteDrink wifeDrink
Drink salt vater before you OU retire you youmay yonmay OU OUmay
may dream of drinking sweet cold wa water water water ¬
ter The one offering it to you will be bathe bethe bethe
the future spouse if of the proper sex sexand sexand sexand
and if you do not waken before drink drinking drinkIng drinking ¬
ing But if I you waken before drinking drinkingLover drinkfrgLover
Lover is fled fledAnd fiedAnd fledAnd
And youll never wed wedPeel wedPeel wedPeel
Peel a pippin making one long un unbroken unbroken unbroken ¬
broken paring and swing the paring paringthree paringthree paringthree
three times around your head and let letit letit
it drop to tothe the floor If it forms a letter letterthis letterthis letterthis
this will be the initial or your future futurespouse future futurespouse futurespouse
spouse As 05 you pare and swing the par paring parIng parlug ¬
ing repeat the following lines linesPare linesPare lInesPare
Pare this pippin round round and round roundagain roundagain roundagain
again againMy againMy againMy
My sweethearts name to flourish on onthe onthe onthe
the plain plainI
I fling the unbroken paring oer my
head headMy headMy headMy
My sweethearts letter on the ground groundis
is read readPlace readPlace readPlace
Place two halves of apple seeds on onyour onyour onyour
your eyelashes after naming each for fora
a lover The first to drop off will prove proveunfaithful IIroveunfaithful proveunfaithful
unfaithful unfaithfulTEST unfaithfulTEST unfaithfulTEST
Place PIa co three dishes on the floor one oneempty onempty oneempty
empty one filled with foul water and andone andll11ed andone
one filled with clean water After be being beins being ¬
ing blindfolded approach the plates and anddip anddip
dip your finger into one If It enters the theempty theempty theempty
empty dish you ou will never be married marriedif
V if the dish with foul water you will be bea bea bea
a widow or have domestic unhappiness unhappinessif
if the dish with clean water you ou will be behappily behappily behappily
happily married marriedPlace marriedPlace marriedPlace
Place beside your your bed a glass of ofwater otwater ofwater
water containing a sliver slh er of wood If Ifin Itin Ifin
in your sleep you dream of falling fallingoff
off a bridge and some one rescuing rescuingyou rescuingOU
you OU the face of the hero will be that thatof thatof thatof
of your future spouse spouseOf spouseor spouseOr
or course you know the appleseed appleseedstunt appleseedstunt appleseedstunt
stunt Name your our apple and then thencount thencount thencount
count the seeds to the following followingrhyme followingrh3me followingrhyme
rhyme rhymeOne rh3meOne
One I love two I love three I love lovesay I Isay Isay
say sayFour sayFour sayFour
Four I love with all my heart heartAnd heartAnd heartAnd
And five I cast away
Six she loves seven he loves eight eightboth
both love loveNine
Nine Ine he comes ten he tarries tarriesEleven tarriesEleven tarriesEleven
Eleven he courts andtwelve and twelve he mar marries marrics ¬
ries riesCount rle rleCount S
Count the tb white flecks fle ks in your yourfinger yourfinger yourfinger
finger nails beginning with the thumb thumbas thumbas
as follows Present friend foe letter letterto
to write journey to go goAnother goAnother goAnother
Another stunt which most young youngpeople youngpeople youngpeople
people know well Is the canceling cancelingstunt cancelingstunt cancelingstunt
stunt Write some persons name un under unI
I der that of the person whose fate you youare youare OU OUare
are testing Cancel all the common commonletters commonletters commonletters
letters then counting off all the un uncanceled uncanceled uncanceled
canceled letters repeat this formula formulaFriendship formulaFriendship formulaFriendship
Friendship love indifference hate hatefriendship hatefriendship hatefriendship
friendship love indifference hate hateWalk hateWalk hateWalk
Walk around the house three times timesyour timesoui timesmouth
your oui mouth full of water and holding holdinga
a mirror Sn n one hand and a lighted lightedcandle lIghtedcandle IIghtedcandle
candle in the other If before your yourwalk yourwalk yourwalk
walk ends you see a face reflected in inj infQlr inTdTTH
j ALLOWEEN without an hour ho r of ofpalm otpalm ofpalm
HALLOWEEN H palm reading would scarcely be beJL beHalloween beHalloween
JL Halloween HalloweenLet
e I Let some one dressed as a witch or orgypsy orgpsy orgypsy
gypsy conduct the seance beginning beginningwith beginningwith beginningwith
with this solemn announcement La Ladles Ladies Lat ¬
t dies and gentlemen Nature makes no noerrors noerrors noerrors
errors She has engraved the lines of ofyour otour ofyour
your our fortune in your OUr hand which I shall shallnow shallnow shallnow
now proceed to Interpret InterpretSupposing interpretSupposing interpretSupposing
Supposing you OU act as the palm reader readerread readerread readerread
read carefully the following generrl di directions directions directions ¬
rections and you will be able to read readpalms readS
S palms very well indeed indeedRemember indeedRemember indeedRemember
Remember these tacts first of all allThe allThe allThe
The lines and mounts of the left hand handare handare bandare
are those formed by the acts of our an ancestors ancestors ancestors ¬
cestors the character which we inherit inheritThe inheritThe InheritThe
The lines of the right hand reveal revealwhat revealwhat revealwhat
what we have made of ourselves But Butthey Butthe Butthey
they the do not necessarily keep us from fromconsiderably fromconsiderably fromconsiderably
considerably altering our lives in the th lu luture 1uture inLure
ture as palmistry allows for tte free htreewill freewill freewill
will of every individual Still they do doindicate doindicte doindicate
indicate what we are likely to be and andhappen anddo anddo
do In the future and what Is likely t
happen to us usNow usNow usNow
Now for details A hand that Is too tooslim tooslim tooslim
slim or lacking in firmness indicates a aweafc aweafe awea1
weafc character One that is supple and andwell andwell andwell
well proportioned indicates a capacity capacityfor
for appreciating lifes goods and pleas pleasures pleasures pleasures ¬
ures If thick and hard it indicates less lessbrain lessbrain lessbrain
brain than brute instinct instinctIf
If long and supple with long delicate delicatefingers dellcatefingers delicatefingers
fingers a sentimental impulsive en enthusiastic enthusiastic enthosiastic ¬
thusiastic artistic temperament is Indi Indicated indicated Irnitcated ¬
cated catedIf catedIf catedIf
If short and somewhat square with withfingers withfinsers withfingers
fingers flat and bulging round at the theends theends theends
ends the owner has selfconfidence is igpractical ispractical ispractical
practical enterprising efficient t mod modest modest modest ¬
est moral rather than religious a lover loverof
of humanity animal life and nature natureWHAT natureVRATPALMSINDICATE
0 0Soft
Soft palms Indicate affection and a atendency
tendency to luxury luxur Firm palms Indi Indicate Indicate mdicate ¬
cate energy and vitality Hard palms palmsindicate palmsIndicate palmsIndicate
indicate lack of sympathy Hollow Hollowpalms Hollowpalms Hollowpalms
palms show illhealth Palms tending
S to close rather Indicate secretiveness secretivenesse
A tendency to hide the thumb inside insidethe Insidethe
the palm Indicates covetousness covetousncssLarge covetousnessf covetousnessLarge
f Large finger joints indicate good man management management management ¬
agement Long fingers show careful carefulness
ness perhaps even a tendenc tendency to worry
Short fingers show quickness in thought thoughtand thoughtand thoughtand
and action actionShort actionShort
Short fore fingers show cheerful dis disposition disposition
position long onesvanity medium love loepl
of ruling The second finger if long longbalanced Ion I Is
s shows mOlbidness if medium medum a weli
balanced mind The third finger if short shorta
a mercenary nature if medium a love loveof loveof lov lovof
of admiration The fourth finger if ifgreat Itshort Ifshort
short shows quick perception It long
great powers of expression if medium mediuma
a progressive energetic nature
The thumb Is king of the hand Small
thumbs indicate that the heart rules
the head large ones show the head headgoverns headgoverns headgoverns
governs the heart Very small thumbs
indicate weakness of 1 will Very large
mirror not your own face ari d ot orthe otthe otthe
the right sex sexit it is your J yourfuture ur future spouse spcoiseTake spquse spquseTake spouseTake
Take a bowl of water place on tho thosurface thosurface thesurface
surface a sheet of thin tissue paper paperand p paperand per perand
and then two persons at a atlme time lay a awellgreased 8wellgreased awellgreased
wellgreased needle apiece on thetis thetissue the thetlssue tls tlssue ¬
sue paper As the needles behave to toeach toeach t teach
each other so will the two persons persons If Ifthey It Itthey Ifthey
they make for each other the two twopersons twopersons twopersons
persons will be ultimately attracted attractedand attractedand attractedand
and probably marry If they move moveapart moveapart moveapart
apart so will the persons personsHOW personsHOW personsHOW
Take half walnut shells and pour pourmelted pourmelted pourmelted
melted wax waC Into them at the thesam thesamtime same sametime sametime
time laying short strings inside tor torwicks f r rwIcks rwicks
wicks Light these and set the nutshells nut nutshells n t tsheIls ¬
shells afloat on the water Interpret Interprettheir Interprettheir t ttheir
their behavior as you do d that of 0 the theneedles th thneedles theneedles
needles naming each ahell for a per person per peron pereon ¬
son sonA on onA
A severe test is I for the entire cora corapany com company company
pany of boys and girls to 1111 their theirmouths thetrmouL1ts theirmouths
mouths with water and take up an en entire entire entire ¬
tire handful of salt apiece Then filing filingout fiUngout filingout
out of doors walk around the bottle liousothree bousethre bottlethree
three thre times Those who succeed In do doing doIng doIng ¬
ing this without swallowing any anrwater wateror water wateror S Sor
or spilling any salt will find their future futuremates t futuremates tur turmates
mates in the first firs persons ol the oppo opposite opposite opposite
site sex whom they meet meetPlace meetPlace meetPlace
Place a wedding ring in a platter of offlour atfiour offlour
flour Let each one take his hi turn turntcut turntcutting cut cutting ut uttlng >
ting with a knife Tho one finding the thering theirins th thring
ring will have a fortune fortuneHans V r rHang
Hang a horseshoe in a a doorway and andgive andgive t tgive
give each ea h guest a chance to throw an anapple anapple n napple
apple through It from a < certain dls distance dlstance T Ttance
tance All who succeed will be lucky luckyall luckyall luckyall
all year yearHide yearHide ear earHide
Hide a a ring a athimble thimble and a coin colnin V in inthe r rthe L V Vthe
the room All must hunt for it The Theone Theone 4 4one
one finding the ring will be married the theone theone theone
one finding the thimble will be besingl besingland single singleand sing1and
and the one finding the coin will be berich 1 1rich benelL
Halloween Lore LoreTHROV LorerTHROW Y YiHROW
rTHROW iHROW a ball of yarn arn out outof of Oly ygurVj ygurVjwindow your yourI r l
THROV I window and rewind It from with7 with7i with within
1 in i repeating the paternoster pater paternostbackward ost r v vbackward I Ibackward
backward as you ou do d so all the while whilewatching W1 whi1 whi1watching il ilwatching
watching the ball Presently Presentlylt if you youhave y ou ouhave u uhaY6
have good luck you OU will have a vision i iof jot iof
of your future husbands face faceTake faceTake faceTake
Take two longstemmed red roses and andintertwine andintertwirQ iiI iiIintertwiro >
intertwine the stems stems repeating thesei theseilines th thes theslines se sel l
S STwine
Twine twine and intertwine intertwineLet intertwineLet j
Let my love be wholly mine mineJf mineIf mineJr
Jf his heart be kind and true trueDeeper trueDeeper j
Deeper grow his roses hue hueLook hueLookin hueLook
Look Lookin in your glass while combing comblntfVyour comblniyour combingyour
your hair atthe at the same time eating an anYou ana anapple
a apple ple and holding a candle In one hand1i hand1ixo hancL hancLIon
You xo must also Io be xlonc ne If you yo have havegood havegood haegood
good luck you will see your yourfuturtlt yourfuturtltmates futurf futurfmates futurt futurtmates
mates face peeping bve over your our shoulder3 shoulder3in
in the mirror mirrorThey mirrorTl1ey V j
They say that children who are bprjj bprjjon bQr bQron boznon
on Halloween Ha loween bave and retain through throughwith tl1r9 throughtheir h htheir
their childhood the power to convrS convrSwith conver converwith
with witches devils andmischiefmak andmischiefmaking and miscbiefmak miscbiefmaking
ing elves
Alphabet Pumpkin PumpkiniN Pump Pumpidne n nIN e
iN a doorway hang a pumpkin on onwhose onr onrI r rI
IN I I whose fat yellow ellow sides you have havepreviously havprevlou havepreviously
previously prevlou ly burned the outlines ot otall ofall o oall
all the letters or the alphabet with a ahot ahot ahot
hot poker pokerWhile pokerWhile pokerWhile
While some one keeps the th thejumpk1n thejumpk1nrapIdly > jumpkln jumpklnrapidly umpkhiraPldl
rapidly twirling let l tall all the th guests gueststake gueslatake gueststake
take turns hurling hurl lng long 10 ng meat skewers skewersat I Iat
at the pumpkin Whoever succeeds in instabbing in instabQlng Instabling I
stabbing a letter may maybe be assured uredt1i that thatthat thatthat t tthat
that letter will be the initial of his hisfate
t r rJOlHte I
fateJr Jr TLL J1ITI KGr 1 1Ae
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J JoIT5 t I V VC
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4 4cttrs
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5 5V
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V 5 i 4 4ones
ones Indicate overbearing manners A Asupple Asupple 0 0mpple
supple thumb shows the owner will willlisten willlisten Ii IiIIsten
listen to reason and persuasion A Aver AversUff very verystiff verystiff
stiff one indicates stubborness stubbornessOf
or the mounts at the base of the nfl flngers tlngers nflgers V
gers The Mount of a Jupiter Jupit below the thef thefirst thefirst f i ifirst
first finger if large shows noble ambi ambition aDlbltion anibition
tion Saturn under the middle linger fingershows lingershows lingershows >
shows wisdom success Apollo under underthe underthe underthe
the third finger shows taste genius genluariches genluriches geniusriches
riches Mercury under the little linger lingershows lln lingershows r rshows
shows industry and activity activityThe acti1t acti1trhe activityThe
The lifeline if well defined and well wellcolored wetcoloredt weltcolored
colored coloredt shows long and prosperous life lifeA HteA 1 1A
A break in It means illness Branches Branchesleading Branchesleading Branchesleading
leading out from it indicate a tendency teIl tur turto
to whatever the lines or mounts moun up approached upproached uppreached ¬
proached by the branches indicate For Forinstance l Iorl IorlInstance or orinstance
instance leading toward Mercury prom promises promIses ¬ t tIses
ises a marriage marriageThe marrIagelhe f
The heartline if firm and unbroken unbrokenIndicates unbrokenIndicates V i iindicates
Indicates prosperity in love If l broken brokenindicates brokeninfjcates brokeninCicates
indicates disappointments In love loveThe loveThe loveThe
The line of rate ate rising straight and andunbroken andunbroken andunbroken
unbroken from the wrist Indicates un uninterrupted unInterrupted unInterrupted ¬
interrupted good fortune and success successThe successrhe successThe
The headline good and strong shows showsgreat showsgreat I Igreat
great brain power and common sense senseThe senseThe senseThe
The line of marriage long deep and andwellformed andwellformed andwellformed
wellformed foretells a happy mar marriage marrIage marriage ¬
riage riageChildren riageChildren 0
Children are Indicated by five up upward upward upward ¬
ward lines from the middle or end of ofthe otthe ofthe
the line of marriage on tile Mount or ofMercury orMer orMercur
Mercury Mer ury V

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