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-iijSrURDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1922. THE QGDEN 5 1 AiNUAKD-hXAJVllfNhR Hi
STATt 0 W BORROWED HUSBANDS By dose or MILDRED K. BARBOUR i . I n my rti.un is r;ERRl 9 34 riht. 1021 hv tii v. - ''" rilcat- , lnr tj ICv roiil'l p.- , r i )- 5? lister.. 1 1 t - J 1 r I .-mi that they both quletlj -'cure a n.Tl marry i u t ' i I b1i o,., ..i that was t rif ) husky f n 1 1 r , i ron lacej 2(j 'ous, half mocking th which n M" M-l.l ii ' , i -1 1 j in i . . i t ehe forgot mi i i" i "ii er astonlshn hail srnscil tin-' 'ii l; in .it : h' ir .. - ! r anrr Hi' f " 1 "' " ' ,J5,8J til . : , . feigned It to a :' "' 26 jftiRh m thai of K. InUlnir In InVO Willi hllll Jsho realized in a flash that nost hllndlnsr in Its revelation" interest had been founded on iancy of the situation, well had been Interesting be 5o ,h.- i ' ' i ' " ' ' Mi- W a - I 'J afl. r b o!'! 35,83 'h i i.i'iiiK ' h' ffc. h poneg n ".""'in i 1922.1,, . inc .,, i, ferln tEWS. kll Jblic , " ' fl. m in.llnat I. m i ' v Pc" " '" ''' '' tnol N' I of roinam Hher eves. The invisible chains h .ir..-.-. '. ' ound li r rctoni ' Jour heal th I . GY DR. R H. DISHOP. "TIB j h?l Jflfr' ' : DM ,,f ' win m nking wal bosle 1 tJp'"'- ' ' Hhc deadliest germs of disease. !all" tlliyt typhi'..! al 1 n ' n tm tWa' i i Kg Hruus to drink water out of the! In special pollution of tho wa- f.'fljlpl.lv ... W P ' bj (he rVTARRH I of head or throat 13 usually benefited by the vapors of V a ro Rub I Over 17 Million Jan Used Yearly Ir r magnetic man, dropped away. She stood again free and unshackled, re leased from the spell. She turned and looked at him curi ously, as one might look with an air .of detached Interest a specimen of I some funga In a glass case. Mi ,v hlnri as he was, stripped of all tho glamour and romance, and th spel of his magnetic personality. Hi WM Just an ordinary man, a trifle undersized, a trifle overweight, with hair growing a little thin and a little rt. y around tho temples; a man whose eyes and mouth showed unmis takable signs of coarseness and over indulgence. K S he wondered with a sense of ania.emont at hT own folly how she could evsr deceive herself into believ ing that shu could care for him. Why, she thought, he wasn't even attractive enoiuch for a passing flirta tion! And to marry him j Bhe laughed aloud. He stoped short In the middle of a sentence to which she had not even been listening. What Is it?' he asked. N&nCy drew her hands away and rose to her feet. ' I on'i you think we're being rathe) ridii ulous, poctor?" He rose and faced her. "What do you mo;in hv that?" Bhe made a vagus gesture, Why It's all so absurd. Divorce i n 1 aii easy matter even if we wanted it frankly 1 don't: I'm quite sure thai in your heart you don't either. You see, Doctor; curiously snough, 1 lovo my husband. I flirt, yes, I've flirted 1 ith you, but my heart is Ger- ry'.i always . . Now, don't youj think I'd better go?" Ther" was a moment's silence, then ho bowed with a hint of irony and opened th? doer for her to pass out. y cert -- O i. ADVENTURES OF TEE TWINS -JZ 5Y OLIVE ROBEKTtt nA.NTOBS , I I "Have you all gone crnsty?" dematided Nunc', (b, it a.i the Squei dlllum: v h 1 fcari i d . : and in ul ce f loot " '..rim.it.;. the wrong side, so it wasn't bun .we Just h .!! 1 .1 I J.I 1 J : 11 1. r Id' ! . 11 1 Hlv, i'..'i i AM) s . ou 7 ' 'o we never did." shi 1 n h red fhtt nllv ' I : : - 'ii .! a ks youi i Id . .1 e to oi . 11 bOoKs. 1 en.. Iquvrdillums. Tho Fairy Cj u .. . 1 j H lis in her falr book. though arlm f ' 1 foe - f 1 1 1 ; . 1 1 gdo suill but Import !or 1 e cesj "' ' ' me boy! I the little folks all tun i-ci t'" ' ' ' a little While there was a scattering 1 01 earth 'arid gravel as they dug a I larger opening for the return of the j record. "Oh. goody!" cried Nancy. "I'm , o much obliged to you, Mr. Tinks. I You've no idea how precious thld thing is!" "H'tn ? What's that?" asked Mr. Jinks suddenly, "Who are you and who am 1, ami what are you talking 1 about?" The Twins though he had sud denly taken leave of his senses "Does ho get this way very often?" asked Nick of the others. "What way'." asked a blue-satin fairy. "And who are you"' We never aw you before. And what's this black thin.,' doing here?" "Have you all gone crazy?" de manded Nancy. "Crasy.? What's crazy? We forget everything." they answered. Suddenly Nancy spied a raveling wrapped about them and she knew. H Cloth of Dreams was still mak ing trouble. The raveling had been Bticklng to the record and tho fairles had touched It. To ih- Continued) (Copyright, 1922, NBA Service) I authorities, so that they may take precautions Greater enution Is usually required in the country and In Binall cities where water Is not regularly in spected and where there is any un certainty regarding lis purity. ! 'In "h ' laps the water should be (either bulled or filtered or chemically I purified with chlorinated lime under a cheml it's direction. The domestic filter as ordinarily used has a limited sanitary value, if the water Is Infeitz-d, reliance should not be placed upon any house liold filter operated in the usual way 1 typli dd, may often grov through the walls of a filter. When wain- is not Infected,- but muddy, household filters are service able In rendering it clear. To be really sure, however, that tho water you drink will not cause sickness and possibly death, you would better boil L and play safe" 00 I LEARN A WORD EVERY DAY ; 4- j Today's word is AMITY. It's pronounced amm-i-tl, with ac ; cent on tho first syllable I It meant friendship, good will, I peace, harmony. It cbmes frorn Latin "amicus.' friend. 4 It's usee like this "Canadian Week. April L'-N, slll promote amity between the United States and Canada." I Mary's Kitchen . BROIL! I) I Ill Try broiling small fish and fish steaks. The Drolled fish Is ipiito a different thing from the fried variety. Broiled fish is dry and not quit? so "fish) ' as tried. And if you must fry fish use the deep fat method rath er than the frying pan. If you broil over a wood or eoal fir. the fire must bo "clear." This means a living bed of coals without 1 flame, tiut very hot. If you broil I under tb gas flame use tho name . broiler that ts used over a fire. It's almost impossible to turn eithei fish steaks or small split fish .without breaking if the reRular gas I equipment is used. Always rub the wire of the broiler well with oil be fore putting in the fish. BROILED FRESH COD 5-TLAKS Have the steaka cut from one half to three-fourths of an Inch thiok, Wash In cold water and dry between towels. Put In an oiled broiler and broil 10 minutes on one side, turn and bioll 10 minutes on the other side. Remove from broiler to a hot platter, spiinkie with salt and pep per and spread lightly with better. Garnish with slices of Sen) on and serve. The fish divides in large dry flakes and is most delicious Broiled blfe visn Split tith down the middle and let stand In strong salt water for 15 minutes. Drain and dry between towels. put in n well oiled broiler and broil first on the flesh side, thon turn and broil on the skin side. Broil ahout 20 minute.-. Remove to hot platter, garnish! with parsley, sprinkle with sa'. and pepper and pour over a little melted I butter, Serve with scalloped po tati " Halibut steaks are brollod the same way cod steaks are. r hall byt may be cut in a thick slice two! or three inches thick, and baked with milk. This is a nice fish dish! for eompany. M VLD31 T BAKED H ITH MILK Four-pound cut halibut. 8-4 cup milk. 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-4 teaspoon pi prika. 2 hard boiled eggs, 1 cup buttered bread crumbs, rich white sauoe. lemon Scrape skin off fi?h dlnping first in boiling water. Wipe dry. Rub with silt ami pepper and put In j baking pan. Pour In the milk. Bake '(until the fish loosens and pulls away from the bone. Baste often with the nulk in the pan. It will take about an hour to bake a four-pound cut of halibut. Re move skin and lift out the bone Fill the cavity left by the bono with I bread crurnhs moistened with, rich whlto sauce Sprinkle the surface of the fish with the remaining crumbs, dot with bits of butter and put in a hot oven to brown Serve with whlto sauce In which slices of the hard boiled eggs have been heated. Or the crumbs may he eliminated land the fish garnished with slices of egg and lemon and served with drawn butter. BROILED SHAD This Is considered one of tho fin est of fish. Have a three-pound shad cleaned and split. Tot In a well oiled broiler, sprinkle with salt and pep-1 pi r and broil first on the flesh side I and 1 hen on tho skin side. it will! take about 26 minutes Remove from broiler to hot platter. spread' I with butter nnd garnish with spr-rl ; of parsley and slices of lemon. Serve at once. I (Copyright. 1922, NEA Serviced 00 4 1 GARDEN TIPS BY BURBANK . 1 By LI THER BURBANK. World's Greatest Scientific Agricul turist. Once a productive garden has been raised, many amateurs take keen de light in attempting crossing experi ments to obtain n-w varieties Can the beginner do this? is a question often asked. With a little care and proper selection of experi ments he can. For some this starts as mere "fun," only to later result in careful study and splendid .c sults The equipment of the layman who Wishes to try crossing plants In his own garden should be a fine camel's hair brush and a magnifying glass. Possibly the poppy is the best plant to select in beginning, thouch tho petunia and gladiolus are also good. Se!, (. ,t flower of one pure color such as white, yellow ..r rod Tale JT ur brush and, aided by your mag nifying glass, carefully remove pol len from the flower. Note that it si!, ks to the brush hairs. Now se lect a flower of different shade and again usinp the brush transfer tho pollen to Hv second bloom Next mirk carefully with-a string or cloth the i lower used in the experiment so that there will bo no mistake when the seed Is collected. Sometimes a BmaJl paper sack, such as can be gotten at any grocery. Is placed over tho plant to prevent seed loss. After the flower has seeded care fully save the cee.i :, d roplanL Watch the result! It may surprise you. 6f course, for sure results, selec tion 01 the best plants from each Va riety for seeds Is of more Importauco in obtaining the perfect garden" but crossing the varieties Is Interest ing and like the prospector for gold gives new zest to tho garden plot. 00- Inhabitants of Jutland are believ ed to bo the most nearly genuine specimens of the old Danish i,ick Shave, Ba'ube and Shampoo with one Soap. 1 Cuticura C.'JrT1TaSoc,pl,tbcfaTort(forietfatrrorhaTitt j j WHEN THE FLAPPER MARRIES I The flapper bride will have none of I tho stiff satin wedding uniforms that I have persisted through decades of va rying fashion. She may choose satin !iof a delicious softness, however) If , she feels so inclined; but she la lust as likely to choose lase or gauze or silver cloth or some sXqulslte silk. And she may ellspense with a train altogether.) A veil, however, she does not despise ! for no .woman can resist tho lure of tulle or Brussels point. Tulle is still the popular material for a veil of rare lace. The flapper finds wonderful j things may be done with tulle crisply I frilled and standing perkily upright or swathed so tlat she looks dike n medi aeval princess. A bandeau of silver h aves or of crystal flowers is an ef-1 Ifectlve adjunct to the veil. The bridal bouquet alone seems to remain changeless. Lillles of the val ley, with an oecasionul orchid or rose bud, and white ribbons compose it. By the way of Innovation, some Now York florists have Introduced little crystal chains, as many links as desir ed, to supplant the ribbon streamers! which fall from the bridal bouquet The chain symbolizes attachment. BEDTIME STORIES By HOWARD R. GARIS ... USCLiE Wir.t.n A s LPRIL FOOL JOKES, Copyright. 1922, by McClure News paper Syndicate. "Oh. Uncle Wlggily! What's that behind yo.U? I hope it isn't the Fuzzy Ko!" cried Baby Bunty one morning. The little rabbit girl had come over to the hollow stump bungalow to borrow a cup of flour. "What's that? The Fuzzy Fox in here?'" exclaimed the rabbit gen -Ionian, and ho gave such a Jump that ho nearly slipped over back ward April fool!" laughed B... Bunty ' "Oh!" exclaimed L'nclo WlggiB, BO suddenly that his pink nose almost ' stopped twinkling. "Oh. so this is the , first of April, is it?" "Yes, and I caught you first ofj all!" laughed Baby Bunty. And so she had, for she had come I over early to the hollow stump bun galow on purpose to do this. "Did I really make you think tho Fuzzy Fox was there, Fncle Wig glly?" asked Baby Bunty 'is the bun nf gentleman snt down to his break fast. "You surely did for 3 moment." an swered the bunny with a lui.Kh. "I had no Idea this was April Fool Dsjy But no matter. My turn will come," and he carried his glass of water to the sink, spilling it out. "Why did you do that"?" asked Baby Bunty In surprise. "Because," answered Uncle Wig gily, "I have known it to happen m times past that my glass of water on April Fool morning would be full of salt. As I don't want to drink salt water now I lust emntiod mv rlaiu 1 11 fill It myself with fresh water." "Oh there wasn't any salt in your glasi " suirl Nurse Jane "No, " added Baby Bunty. "I never thought of that trick. I wish I had But maybe Oh. Uncla Wlggily! Look out!" she suddenly crlrd. "Is that a pin in your chair?" 1 Uncle Wlggily Jumped up as If a gun had gone off. Hfe looked In his chair but there was nothing there. "April Pool!" laughed Baby Bunly again. I'ncle Wlggily said nothing but he sat down rather harfl and ate his br. ik fast. And when linby Bunty said "Oh. look out the window and see who's coming!" Undo Wlggily nevor looked up from his morning paler. But some one was coming along the, path to the hollow stump bungaliw. They were Curly and Floppy Twlltytail. tho plg gle boys. Floppv had a llttlo bas ket. "Do you want to look In this and see what there Is?" asked Floppy, ns ho and his brother camo In after nrafl.lln U'lnfnr, II...I. r..l . 1 . " '"h Ul. l Ull III'! mat. "Well. I can pretty nearly gu what's In tho basket," said the bunny gentleman It's some sneezing pow der or a lot of dried leaves' You can't April Fool me again." "Oh. really, we wouldn't do such thing!'1 grunted Ourl "I'll open the basket!" cried Baby Bunty. So she did, and inside was .1 lovely piece of cake that Mrs. Twisty tall had sent to Uncle Wlgplly. "April Fool!" grunted tho piggie boys. "Well, this Is a proper kind of April 1 T Fool Joke!" said the bunny as he ate the cako. which was very good. '''It seems I can't be sure of anything this morning." he told Nurse Jane when tho children had run out and the bunny was finishing his breakfast. "You must he very careful." said Miss Fuzzy Wuzzy "I will," promised Uncle Wlggily, and he was. But even at that a num ber of- April Fool Jokes were played on him nothing very serious though. Once Jackie Bow Wow barked: "Oil. is that 11 hlir hnil I n u..n coat, Incle Wlggily?'' The bunnv nearly twisted off his pink noso to look at his back, but there was no hole in his coat at all. Another time Kittle Kat offered Uncle Wlggily some candy, and when he chewed It, Why It was sour Instead of sweet! And Kittle mewed: '.pnl Fool." "Well. I think it's my turnto play an April Fool joko on some one,"' said the bunny gentleman after a while. "I wonder what I can do? T want to play a real Joke' He hopped along a llttlo farther and, all of a sudden, out from be hind a bush jumped he Bob Cat. "Oh. ho!" howled the Bob Cat. "Your ears look very good to me this morning!" "Do they"" asked I'ncle Wlggily. ' Well, do you know what dav this Is?" "It makes no matter of difference to me what day this is!" howled the Bob Cat ' I on!y want " "Dear me' Look! Look behind you! Is that a hunter man coming with his gun?" suddenly asked Uncle Wlggily, pretending to see something back of the Bob 'at. a hunter man with a gun! Oh, don't tell me that! Don't tell mo that!" howled the bad animal, and away he ran as fast as ho could. "I can't tell you that, for there Isn't a hunter there!" laughed tho bunny. "April Fool! April Fool!" And lo h id played a Joke on the Bob Cat just In time. "Ha! Ha!" laughed the bunnv. as ho hopped safely along. ' April Fool Jokes aren't so bad after all'" And If the pussy willow doesn't cry Jn the night and want to bo rocked to sleep in the cat's cradle, I'll tell vou next about Uncle Wlggily and the .nrll shower. no . IF YOU ARE WELL BRED You will not. if avoidable, call a person on the phone Just at meal time You will not listen in on the conver sation on a party line. You will not expect, a man who Is talking to you out in the open to stand with his hat off HELPED HER MOTHER VOM)i:i;iTI,lA In these days of "rlii." coughs colds, croup and whooping cough, it Is well to know that every year ihcro arc used more bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar than of any other cough med ! in. . Mrs. S. L. Hunt. 515 W. 6th St., Cincinnati. Ohio, writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar relieved me of a hack ing cough, tickling in the throat, wheezing and pains in the ohest. It Is helping my mother wonderfully." That's why druggists- recommend Fo ley's. Advertisement. HWGS OF THE DUFFS Tu a m r i d ' 1 he APnl Fgo1 Boomerang BY ALLMAN r ll DANMV, I UNDERSTAND THE MAW I'M cOIMG To PLAV ,Ul I i ia- H ; . Jl that rums the drug store APom Jlf- ( APRa Fool! YpT whatdioI dhm "wanted In DOVMM AT THE CORNER 15 GNrA DANNY - I TOLD HIM THE. "f I HAT HAVE VOU J VOU TELL A ?VH F A wav A five Pound &ox of i druggist WAS giving mS. THEKEP JJJ. u,J,o CANDY AMD. ME A5KEP ' JL CAKDV TO EACH LITTLE BOY )N J AWAV FIVE POUND BOXES) , ,V .r T lU ME 5EWT ME" 1 THE NEIGHBORHOOD-YOU'D OF CANDY-HE'S GONE TO f -f I GOT IT TOLD HIM THAT YOU DID l jl Riht! ) and he said all right i "" vSTfiTirT ss ii y- - s- '- 1 I 11 Crra ' -- SSBSbV i For a Hurry-up Breakfast j There is so much to do, and H Daddy must get off to work, 1 H and Johnny must get off to 1 K I school. Make them both H 9 happy and healthy by giving HP p them m K I Shredded j I 1 HI I for breakfast. It is the most deli- H ciousiy satisfying, hurry-up break- HH fast you could serve and it is ready r: cooked and so easily digested. It contains all the mineral salts the human body needs, also the bran H for keeping the bowels active and fl healthy. K Two Bir.cuits with milk or cream malec En a complete, nourishing meal. De- Kg licious with peaches, berries, raisins, ,' prunes, sliced bananas and other fruits. W Pacific Coast Shredded V. Skirt and Cape in One 'i " --g-'ai i - ' An ordinary sports suit on the left. The skirt next becomes a eape. Ur it 'Hi lie discarded entirely, London girls are wearing these knicker outfits now. fA THOUGHT A DAY 1 i De not overcome o evil, but over come evil vvllli good. KoinniLS 12:1. The best antidote against all klndu of ovil, against tho evil thogghts which haunt the soul, against the needle 3 perplexities which distract the con science, is to keep hold of the good we have. A. P. Stanley. TWO-BUTTON The two-button gauntlet Is the fa vorite glove in both fabric and kid. oo TRIMMING Dressmakers arc turning to the bright colors. espcola)ry In the trim ming effects. Tinsel brocade nnd chenille ribbon bj?o uo-d exten tvsly BUTTONS The most recent run of dress but-' tons run about half and half be-, tween fancy bone and cloth covered J ones. SPOUT UTS The popular rport suits for tho, present season run stronply to chin-' chllla and camel's hair cloth. They have received the stamp "f approval by buyers. oo FLOWERS And still tho coal corner I decoration is popular. A singloi large flower with a trailing is used extensively. LiAC'D JABOTS Tace. jabots are returning to favor land thfl Medici color holds Its own I in popularity. DRJJfiB APPv: s If fresh apples aro nut avfiil tle the apple snuoe cako will be quit ." as I good if dried apples areuscd. MEiVDIN'O GDOVj:s Cotton Is th . best threi d with which to mend kid gloves, silk cuts tho' kid. TASSJSL mlTOXS Tassel buttons are quite the newest thlnp In tho wa of buttons. When looped through tho buttonholu t l-i ef fed Ii that Of a huge tassel ornament ing tho garment. oo KITCHEN CARPET Some housekeepers find that they can lessen the physical strain of li-.-n-lng by having a carpet on which they stand at tho board. RIBBONS A niw ribbon which one ?p-?j used 1 trimming tor spring ana summi-r. If i very lovely blend Of otio nnd inoln i he effect is corded, but beautifully! soft. . AMERICANS BIGGER H BECAUSE FED BETTER LONDON, April 1 Boys in Amer lea ire far belter feii than English. I d'MH of the Cambridge university boat r tub, in a discussion of tha feeding of ohool goysv Mr. Close also asserts the I'nited States and Canada is taller JU SPOUT CliOTSDSS Tsvo colors are used 'for the major part of the summer spyrt clothes. A skirt of white wil be combine. i with H a cape of bright orango and a blouse H of the same tone, H I Dltlle tulle collars, pleated and ruf fled, are found at the necks of many. of the smart new summer sillc frocks. NEW JELLY an erecable change from the usual M . yed teeth, a sign of toothache. have been found in a skull tllousands RHEUMATIC ACHES ''TIIE racking, agonizing rheumatic J ache is quickly relieved by an ap pliaition of Sloan's Liniment. For forty years, folks all over the world have found Sloan's to be tho natural enemy of pains and aches. It penetrates vrithout rulbini. You can just tell by itj healthy, sti'rwjlatine otlor that it i3 going to do jou'good. JZeep Shan's 7iar.dy for neuralgia, I cc;atica, hrne back, stifl joints, sore muscles, strains and sprains. Sy Malvjss Sick Skins M.. Wf?ll One of Dr.Hobm' I SSSI FsmllyReniediee. For a clear. Hi H SSJ healthy complexion aeo freely fWi I S Dr.Hobsonis S I V Eczema Ointment S"