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c 5: - . "EATING AND DRINKING SHOULD BEA NOISELESS OPERATION." rurs So Kaw Hillio iiurlu' in Her Sxon! "TnMo Manners" Article. V V -'- -t. a c -T- , , , , '- i i" -i- ' ' if Mink, Black Fox, Red Fox, Iceland Fox, Hudson Seal, Wild Lynx, Civit Cat, Skunk, Leopard, 12 Furs F v.. :. . : "' . ' ' '- I t . -..... ' -. . . - . .. J i jr .v. - ' "EATT YOUC OE2AMG"ES YOTJS. DAXil TUB 5S BILLIE URKB iiy ihllii: ni i:ki:. rro?t of us have Jifanl Wilton Inck'-'s celebrated Imti mat ahc.ut ZtAnK into a certain n-Maurant to 1IHAU the patrons v:t sour. Ono of thf f irt thinirs to n inoni ber Is that eating or drinking at any tim or place should b a noiseless operation. Never allow your .--po.n to remain In a cup whihi drinking from it. Svwr blow on a yioonful of soup in order to reduce its temperature. When (iip pint: up a spoonful of coup do it with an outward motion and sip it from the side of the spoon. Foods eaten with pudding. custards antelope, jotride soft boiled es. If, however, ono something which, like asparagus or A 1 1 f (A . ariicnoKe?, is eaien witn tn- lingers, then a bov.led filled with water in which ft fragrant leaf or blossom tloats may be placed at each place and you may dip the ends of your link'cru in and lightly rub them across tho mouth. Only tho Ignorant and underbred bolt their food; .scrape the bottom f the plate or cup in hungry pursuit of the last morsel; mastit ate with the mouth open; talk with food in th- a spoon are hot Krape iruits, preserves and eats fruit or mouth; lake; large mouthfuls or smack the lips when chewing. If by accident you spill something on the table do not trv to scrape it up with your knife or wipe the place with your napkin. Even if you over turn your glass profuse apologies are not in order. Never bite off or cut a mouthful of bread, always break it in umail pieces, and if butter is served, butter each piece separately. Crackers, celery, radishes, olives, salted nuts, bonbons and all raw fruits (e'xeept melons, grape fruit and berries) are eaten with the fingers. Never at table, however, bite p an apple, peach or pear; peel the quarter and then transfer the bits to the mouth with the fingers. I have great sympathy with the woman who said oranges should be eaten in a bath tub. Unles3 you are eating in seclusion I would advise you to have the juice from your orange squeezed into a glass from which you may drlnfc it. The hostess is the first to make the motion to leave the table and she shows her graciousness by at least pretending to eat of each course as lontr as one of her guests is eating. When leaving the table a gentle man always allows. the lady to pre cede him. WORLD TODAY IN NEED OF THINKERS Illustrating hir. theme with anec dotes anil humorous stories Pr. I!y ron W. Kin;r, of the King school of oratory of Pittsburgh. Pa., addressed ttje outh Mend Teachers Federation in the first number of the lecture eourse that has been planned for the winter. The general topic of the dis cussion was that it was in a man's power to either Kain uec s from hN chosen occupation or, altogether an e;tsier matter, failure. There were li bout lil.C people present. A'fter expressing his delight at the beauty and business activity of the -ity. -Mr.King made the following re marks: "There is not whole lot of real thinking done in t" world to day. We feel more than we think. When we m-M-t a man on the street. ve ils'k him how he is feeling, when it is very much more vital that we should know just hew that individual is thinking. F.verybody is long on feeling, but the great majority are pitifully short when it come- to the thinking out of the great problems of the day. "It is r."t hard to find a Job. Io riot go and haggle with a man for wages; tell that man to allow you to show him what you can do. People w ho stand on the street corners wait ing for some one to give them a start are the ones who turn up missing when the good jobs are distributed. Any work is better than idleness. We :ire told by the philosopher that an idle brain and an idle heart go well together." The second number of the lecture course will be the Stroller's quartet who will appear on Dec. The third number will be on Feb. 10. when Dr. Herbert Willets of Chicago will de liver his address, "New Continents." i : DONW 15 GUILTY 3F DEFAMING FUNK CHICAGO, Nov. in. Atty. Daniel Donahoe, charged with conspiring to defame Clarence S.. Funk, former gen eral manager of the International Harvester company, Wednesday night was found guilty and fined $L()eQ. Detective Isaac Stiefel, tried on the same charge of conspiracy, was found ik t guilty. Doriahoo and Stiefel were indictf-d charged with conspiracy to defame, after a suit charging Mr. Funk with having alienated the affections of Mrs. John C. llenning had been dismissed. v ; if is-) At Wyman's a Fur Show of Style introducing every Fashionable Pelt, now being worn. Including a Characteristic Display of carefully mounted life size animals such as the Beaver, the Mink, the Ermine, the Martin, the Jap Wild Cat and the Fitch. Fur Coats in Hudson Seal, Beaver, Numink, and Pony with Black Fox and Civet Cat Collars and cuffs are shown along with complete sets and pieces, of the Fashionable Skins mentioned. Fur trimming and detachable collar and cuff fur sets. Shown in any style of fur desired. Ermine, Mole Coney, Mole Skin, French Coney, River Mink, Racoon, Wolf, Numink, White Coney, Geo. W yman & Co. ltenning, in whose name the suit against Mr. Funk was brought, had been a bell boy. He disappeared aft er the trial but was arrested in Min neapolis just before the trial of Dona hoe and Stiefel began. He and Mrs. Henning were .the chief witnesses for the prosecution. The name of both former Sen. Lori mer and' Edward Hines. millionaire lumber merchapt, were mentioned in the Donahoe trial by Funk, who re lated the substance of testimony given before the United States senate. Mr. Pictorial Review Fashions nil J 5347 Funk testified that Edward Hines had said, "well, we put Lorimer over, but it cost $100,000." Testimony given by Funk before an Illinois legislative investigating com mittee, resulted in a reopening of the case against former U. S. sen. lori mer, and at that hearing it was found that Mr. Lorimer had not been legally elected to'the. senate. . Edward Deuter, a bell boy who tes tified for the state and who was listed as a witness in the alienation suit, tes titied that he was called at Donahoe's office and the attorney had asked if he had read of a suit started by Ed ward Hines against Funk. "We're all in the same crowd," the bell boy testitied Donahoe had said to him. The jury deliberated nearly six hours before returning itp verdict Wednesday night. Attorneys for Donahoe appealed from the verdict. i.:vi-:kyboiy jiigiit. "Wlien I married you I thought you were a brave man." "So did everybody else." ROADS ARE NEEDED MORE TBAN A CANAL MANCHESTER. N. H., Nov. 13. The labor and money spent on the Panama canal might have been used to better purpose on the highways of this country, Oliver Wilson of Illinois, master of the National grange, told the delegates to the national conven tion of the Patrons of Husbandry in his annual report Wednesday. "The building f the Panama canal is a national project of whioh all Amer icans are proud, yet the same amount of labor and money spent on our highways at home would create bene fits nearer and probably more im portant to our own people," he said. "The National grange," he said, "should consider the employment of prisoners in preparation of road ma terial and in actual road work by placing them on their honor wherever possible." at Wyman's 20 to 40 Discount Afternoon Frocks Reception Gowns Afternoon Coats Evening Coats LITTLE DENIM FROCK A dainty model for the tub fabrics of substantial quality that arc worn all the year round. It looks pretty in linen and pique also. The dress is cut in one piece with long, one-piece sleeves, perforated for short sleeves, and standing or round collar. Size 4 requires 2J4 yards of 36-inch material. Pattern No. 537. Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 years. Price, 15 cents. Embroidery design No. 11400. Per forated pattern, 15 cents. Transfer pattern, 10 cents. Pictorial Review Patterns map be obtained fcj; sending the price of pattern desired, to Fashion Depart- ment of this newspaper, j Enclosed find Send Pattern No , Size m t m m 91 Wmi TONIC TABLETS U If Do you need a tonic that will give-you health and strengUi ? A tonic that will build upyoumcrvoua system.that willmako plenty of rich, pure blood that vru give strength.vigor and added life? Will you accept from us absolutely freo juft such a tonic a Full SUed 50c Box of Celebrated Make Man Tonic Table tt now on salo In nearly every drug stora in America and in foreign countries? j There is no need of your suffering in silence. Do not let things grow vorsa and worse take hold act now. Wo know that tJahc-Man Tonic TabUtt wtH help TW3 fKll Sized 50C BOM FREE you-thousanda upon thousand of men ai4 " women urfrinr rora Parkache. Weaknes. Poof tbin t'otu.Liss of wefeht. Rheumatism. Melancholia, Nervounew. 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