U IN. . FASHION HINT
The skirt of this afternoon gown
is of blue taffeta with red flowers,
very full, shirred; dark blue satin
waist and band around skirt Hat ii
Napoleonic shape from Worth, color
of the roses in the skirt, with ceris
velvet trimming. r
MRS. VINCENT ASTOR
AIDS IN COLLECTING
: BUNDLES FOR POOR
Mrs. Vincent Astoi (photographed
Mrs. Vincent Astor is taking an
active part in the work of relief for
the unemployed in New York city.
This picture of her was taken a few
days ago at the headquarters of the
unemployed relief committee, where
she aided in the collection and dis
tribution of bundles for the poor. &
U. S. MAILS BY AIR LINES
The IVKtolIiee Department is plan
ning to keep a force of 12,000 aviators
lit work cairylng the mails. So says
Second Assistant I'ostinaster-Generni
The po-.ition of the nesdlewoman
is very important.
Place the small of the back to the
back of the chair, the feet on the
floor or foot rest and the arms free
at the side. Hold the work up, get
ting the light over the left shoulder,
It is often puzzling to find out the
lengthwise and crosswise of the ma
terial. The warp threads run lengthwise
and are the htronpest. The woof
threads run crosswise and form the
selvage. They were originally the
You can distinguish between them
by pulling the material.
, A lengthwise thread tears with
difficulty and stands out more clearly
and appears straighter than the
crosswise or woof threads.
Plain sewing advances from right
to left and embroidery from left to
Meatless Vegetable Soup Three
medium-sized potatoes, three medium-sized
cariots, one large onion,
one bunch celery or half teaspoon
celery salt, half cup well-washed"
rice. Cover vegstables-witb boiling
water; when they are boiling hard
add rice and cook unci! vegetables
are tender, beason. When ready to
serve add good-sized lump of butter.
Nut Parsnip Stew Vash, scrape
and slice thin two good-sized pars
nips; cook until perfectly tender in
two quarts water. When nearly
done add one teaspoon salt and when
thoroughly done add one cablespoon
flour mixed smooth with a little cold
w&ter. Stir well and boil until flour
is well cooked, then stir in one-half
cup ntit meat. Heat to boiling point
biid serve ut once.
Egged Veal Hash Chop One rem
nants of cold roast vtnl. Moisten
with gruvy or water; when hot.
0. S. PLANS TO BE
A LARGE SCALE
War Expected to Send Throng to the
National Parks and Forests,
Washington. This Is expeeted to
ho tliu great year for "selng Amer
Deprived hy the grout war of that
vnentloii tour of Huiope, several hun
dred thousand Americans will proceed
to get tic(ualiited with their United
States: to view peaks and gorges
greater then those of the Alps; to
hludy the Indian ruins that are older
than Home's, and to fathom the Joys
of .Maryland fried chicken, Virginia
lioeoako, Portland cruwllsh, New Or
leans shrimps, and bouillabaisse, Ten
nessee spoon bread, Colorado moun
tain trout and n hundred other dishes
dear to the native epicure.
The railroads are getting ready
for an unprecedented tourist business
much of which will be called forth
by the Panama exposition at San
Francisco and San Diego.
Uncle Sam Is getting ready for a
rush of tourists to the national parks
anil national forests next summer.
The interior department, linring
(HimpsesM?tfriGd Life I
L BZT tKS EV7V. Z.E.01S-ARJJ I
"Nell, I have spent a whole half
hour looking for a paper I left on my
desk," said Dick one Sunday morn
ing. "I wish you could bring your
self to let the
stuff on my desk
"I did not de
and Nell hurried
to the bedroom
to aid in the
paper is in the
drawer. W n y
don't you file
them away ?
Then you could
"I bought this
desk and clut
tered up the
bedroom with it
because I could
see that papers
could not be
piled on the library table, and "
''Oh! even a man can see that,"
"Well, a man surely fails to see
wbv he must spend half the valuable
time he has for a piece of work look
ing for material his wife has tucked
away somewhere. I wanted it right
where I left it, so I cou'd go on with
my work withoi t loss of time."
Dick was going over the papers
again with his wife's help and their
united efforts failed to bring it to
"Look in the paper basket," sug
gested Nell. "Papers were blowing
all over the room yesterday. Your
beautiful system fails to provide for
airing the room, and I like my bed
room to look as neat and orderly as
the living room."
"This everlasting order gets on my
nerves." Dick was pawing in the
basket trying to discover something
that resembled the missing paper.
"It is not there," he announced bel
ligerently. "I guess I made a mis
take in not getting a closed desk, so
I could lock it ud to prevent its be
ing dusted, and then perhaps I could
keen my important papers."
"I surely wish vou had: it would
have been easier for me. I am held
responsible for papers I haven't
touched. You have a clutter of all
sizes and colors of papers, man'- of
them loose, on ton of your desk.
They get brushed off, blow, off, and
destroy?'!, and as T am the only one
For a mild, easy action of the bow
els, try Doan's Itegulets, a modem
laxatlxe. 25c at all stores.
break into it three or four eggs, ac
cording to quantity of eal. When
eggs are cooked, stir into it a spoon
ful of butter and serve quickly. If
to your taste, shake in a .ittle pars
ley. This is fine as a change from
Deviled Liver Boil one pound
liver until firm enough to cut easily;
then grate it very fine, add one cup
bacon cut fine, yolks of two eggs,
one teaspoon each of salt, pepper,
lemon jutcc and chopped parsley; add
one cup stale bread crumbs and
cream to moisten. Steam about an
hour. Fine, and a very cheap, nour
Liver Smothered in Onions Fry
liver and onions in separate frying
pans. When done add a very little
bit of vinegar to onions just enough
to give a tart taste. Then arrange
pieces of liver on platter and cover
with fried onions. Delicious and not
German Stewed Liver Cut one
pound liver in dice, add one small
onion cut up, three or four ' bay
leaves, one raw potato in cubes, salt
and pepper to taste. Cover with
water, set on stove to simmer slowly.
When almost tender add vinegar to
taste. While this is jooking put
flour enough to thicken it into a fry
ing! pan and color it an even brown.
Add this to the broth and stir quickly
to make it smooth.
Vegetable Salad One can wax
beans, one can small red beets; slice
beets and arrange in center of long
shallow dish with beans around edge.
Pour salad dressing over all and gar
nish with hard-boiled eggs' sliced.
One gallon shelled corn, one box
soda, water. Place corn in kettlo
and soda over it; wrter to cover.
Let boil until hulls and eyes loosen.
Wash it a number of times to get
hulls and eves out. Use soft water
lug much as possible.
control of the fourteen national parks
and the dtpimmciit of agriculture,
having the national foiests In charge.
are expecting from two to three times
the usual number of visitors, and
arc making plans accordingly.
Spend Nearly $1,000,000,000
It is estimated by customs otllclals
and steamship agents that 'during
each of the last 10 years from ,'100,000
to "()((, (KID Americans have gone to
Europe for the " grand tour." It is
estimated that these tourists and
those of alien birth who return for
holidays In the fatherland, amount
ing lit all to about 1,000,000 per
sons, spend outside of the United
States nearly $1,000,000,000 a year.
Government otllclals foresee a
great Impetus to the piosperlty of the
nation If this money can be put into
circulation through an equal amount
of travel In tills country, and the
governmental departments are trying
to stimulate the tourists business.
The war department which has juris
diction over the I'anama canal zone Is
taking a hand in the game.
Last year there were approximate
ly Ulin.OOO visitors at the thirteen
national parks. This year the Rocky
Mountain National park in Colorado
has been addeed by an act signed by
the piesldent last week, making a
total of fourteen parks. All of these
parks are located west of the Mlss
in the house, I did it. That desk
surely is a trial. Move it out and
look behind it," she suggested, as
Dick plumped the basket down on th
floor after the unsuccessful search.
"It is so heavy I can't move it to
clean behind it."
"That's fortunate. I'll rig up a
secret pocket back there where you
can't molest things."
"Now, see here, Dick Morton,"
Nell turned on him with flashing
"There, there, keep your shoes on,
dear," he interrupted patronizingly.
"It's my turn to be up in the air, for
I am the one inconvenienced. We
mustn't both fly the track at once,
you know. It delays traffic too
"Oh, here's the blooming thing. I"
had tumbled down behind the desk."
"The country's saved," said Nell,
"And the honor of the lady of the
house is vindicated," added Dick.
"Now, Dick, I think even you will
see that scne different arrangement
must be made about your papers."
She was straightening the disorder
ed room. This place looks as if it
had been visited by a tornado."
"You always say 'even you can
see' as if I had the worst eyesight in
the world," laughed Dick.
"You have, when it comes tc tak
ing in disorder. Some men," she
added with impressive emphasis,
"are orderly about their desks, but
you make so much work for me "
"Is thy servant a dog, that he
should do this thing?" said Dick,
rolling up his eyes.
Nell laughed a little in spite of
herself, but added, returning to her
judicial air: "There's always a right
way to do things."
"How platitudinous!" exclaimed
Dick in a tone that always closed the
conversation as far as Nell was con
cerned. "Now I am open to suggestions,
but I don't agree to follow them,"
announced Dick, after a pause dur
ing which order had been restored.
"Why don't you clear out the wide
front drawer for papers you are
working on ? They will be out of the
dust and all ready to go to work on
without any delay. Any special little
paper might be slipped under the big
blotting pad to be kept separate."
"Great head," he said, Datting the
pretty breakfast cap and kissing her.
"Now, I have hindered you long
enough: run on to your dishes," and
he seated himfelf at his desk. r
PLAYS HARP TO ADD
FRENCH IN TRENCHES
Miss Merry Wall.
Miss Merry Wall, the talented
young harpiste of New York, is mak
ing use of her talents to aid French
soldiers in the trenches. In Vander
bilt hotel the other 07 she played
her harp while millionaire society
women knitted seeks for the soldiers.
The knitters declared the music
made the work go faster.
The Camera Today.
Thirty years ago a camera was a
rarity, says Iho World's Work. Tho
enthusiast who possessed one carried
a mountain of traps afield and smoth
ered In a tent during his tedious man.
ipulatlon of tho wet plates. Last year
tho United States ulone made DOO,
000 cameras, working with the mere
pressure of a bulb or button, and the
photographic business reached tho rn-
spectablo commercial total of $20,- I
Chain of Stores
Values to $10.00.
The GREATEST JEWELRY SALE TOLEDO has EVER KNOWN
9 .-.00 values.. .$ 8.25
if Js.00 values.. .$ 5.65
Jflti.OO vainer,.. .S 8.25
!1S.00 values. ..$12.50
ifU to $4 Values, now
$1.25 to $2.25
25 ?e to 40cc.
None but the best
a n (1 i) ) i) u 1 a r
?r value. . $3.25
.$8 value. . .$5.35
All Set Rings at
207o to 33 1-3 Discount
Bar Pins and Brooches at 33 1-3
An eminent Jananebe bacteriologist
has shown that the acids ot lemons,
apples and other fruits citric acid,
aiallc acid are capable of destroying
all kinds of disease germs. Cholera
germs are killed In fifteen minutes
by lemon juice or apple Juice, and ty
phoid lover germs are killed In half
an hour by these acids, even when
considerably diluted. If you squeeze
a lemon into a glass of water contain
ing cholera germs, and let It stand fif
teen or twenty minutes, you may
drink the water with Impunity, as thn
germs will be dead; these juices will
kill other dlbease germs. Instead of
telling a man to have his stomach
washed out, we can now tell him to
drink orange Juice, which will cleanso
the btomach as thoroughly as a stom
ach tube, provided It be not a case of
gabtrlc catarrh. If wo have to deal
with gastric catarrh, In which there
Is a large amount of tenacious mucus
adhering tn the walls of the stomach,
a stomuch tube to dislodge it Is requir
ed, but In ordinary cases of bilious
ness, foul tongue, bad breath, sick
l.eadachc, a fruit diet is a wonderful
Ballasted with Gold.
A section of tho Canndlan Northern
Railway running northwest from Sud
bury and crossing at Vermilion river,
Ib unique Is that It 1? ballasted with
gold. Every ynrd of tho gravel used
for ballast has been found to contain
from fiO cents' worth to a dollar's
worth of the precious metal, In the
shapo o' tine dust.
You can't Judge n man's
power by his tongue power.
Our Greater Purchasing Power Links
Greater Value-Giving, Newer Styles
MICHAEL J. LEO
225-227 SUMMIT ST. Toledo, O.
Take Elevator to 2nd Floor - Garment Department
CHOICE OF THE HOUSE
ALL OUR BETTER SUITS WORTH UP TO $35.00.
ALL OUR BETTER COATS WORTH UP TO S30.C0.
Every remaining Winter garment included in this sweeping clear
away. At the end of every season there must come such an event in
every well regulated store; A sale such as will empty every case, every
rack, every table and leave them ready to receive the new merchandise
of the coming season.
Inventory has come and gone. AH remaining Winter garments
have been taken account of and arrangements made for their quick
disposal. This sale is the result. Nothing must be carried over W
another Winter. .$8.85 for your unrestricted choice of every winter
coat or suit we own. Values up to $35.00.
CHOOSE FROM ALL LOWER PRICED COATS AT
MICHAEL J. LEO
225-227 Summit St.
$75,000 Stock must
be sold by April 1&
After April 1&, Wm. H. Broer
will be at 413 Summit Street
now known as The Geo. Kapp
3) Jf." value. . .$3.25
V.'i value. . .$1.95
$2 value. ..$1.25
10 value... $7.25
$8 value... $5.5C
$5 value... $3.50
Eight Day, Half Hour B'1 fJtZ
Strike and Gong. VOm J
All Sterling Silver at Cost
Furniture, Fixtures and
Safes For Sale
Wm. H. BROER
The R. Mann Shop
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HOUR'S
SAN MARTO COFFEE
"THE KIND WITH THE FLAVOR"
30c the pound
A Now Jersey Inventor has patented
a method of treating wood to produce
a substitute for cork, In which he
seeks to rcmovo all acid from the
wood anil then Impregnates tho wood
with a solution of glycerin and. water,
after which it Ib dried for use.
A small, sharp spade will a 'folding
handle Is a handy tool to carry on a
Chain of Stoies
Values to $18.00.
lli'srulnr 22. ,- ?
now. . . .
ELGIN WALTHAM HAAUL-
You Will Save More Than the
Price of a Fine
CHAIN OR FOB
$5.00 value $3.50
Fine Line of New Patterns.
" Set.s $3.25
if (I.."i0 Toilet
Also Military Sets
tfU .1 llh MV,
Flower Basket Design $1.00
Butterflies Set of Four 1.00
Tea .Set, Tea Pot and it Cups 1.00
SEND TODAY r n
FOR SAMPLE Oc
- Glenwood Av.Tokdo, o.
ut your grocers
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