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What Fashion Decrees for Spring Wear " " " 1 I , I- T- " " " ' " - " ' M -1' Umand With such ii lint niul wrap one Is nnxlona to nttcntl dinners, dances. theaters, lied Cross ucnoflts nnd other formal nirnirs even in tne wnrm weather. Some of the most attractive contu seen In tlie shops are rich dark vel vets with gorgeous linings of cont last ing color. Another style which will nmicnl to the younger girls is mnrto of hauutnl silk In blazer stripes. It Is made with a graceful long roll collar and a wide belt and comes In red nnd white, Bclglnn blue nnd white, and Kelly nnd white. FADS AND FANCIES i t MkWB&W JEf 'iff . l-v W Mundarln skirts have become popu lar at Palm Beach for sports wenr. These bright embroidered skirts are worn with dark sweaters or sleeve less coats. .For the fastidious there has- ap peared a parasol of brown net trim med with squirrel fur. It Is carried by u strap on a ferrule. Inexpensive organdie blouses trim med with bine or rose barred plaiting are very much in demand. Plaids In soft green and white, deep maize and white, and blue and white are being used as bandings on under- 'garments of plain white. The IC'on suit created a demand for suiair waNtecots. They are made 'ri'" si-.'i. .'"i's as pique, linen or heavy print silks. m Silk skirts are coming Into their own. with plaids and gay colors pre dominating. m Very youthful are the new crape coatees with cape back and coat front crossed with a snsh. The favored material is trlcontlne in black and nnvy. and they are usually silk lined throughout. PLAN YOUR MEALS FOR A WEEK IL-I: 1 It will pay you, Mrs. Housekeeper, to sit down for an hour each week and spend the time In planning your week's menus In advance. Especially at tills time when all are striving to conserve food, you will lind a definite schedule a great help in avoiding waste. Iiihtend of stopping each day to an swer the question, "What shnll I cook today?" answer it nt one time lor the whole week. Try the plan and see how much easier your work becomes. Leaflets of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and the Food Administra tion will help you. Write for them. The meals are carefully planned to meet, first of nil, the Food Adminlstra-, tlon's requirements, using substitutes for wheat, meat, fut and sugar, and they show also how a little careful planning can su've the time and labor of the busy housewife. Features of the menus are the breadless meals and "quick breads" (mufllns, etc.) made from other grains to save wheat, and the use of meat substitutes and savory dishes which call for little meat. You can use these ns guides in planning your family needs. llfHrHousehoId Hint -I r . MENU HINT (Porkless Day) Breakfast. Cinnamon Preserved Apples 1 Uncooked Cereal Mince of Mutton in Potato Cases Coffee 1 Luncheon. ( Baked Beans with Tomatoes Sweet Pickles Boston Brown Bread 1 Sliced Oranges with Cocoanut Dinner. Mutton Broth -vyith Barley (from Mutton Bones) Mat Meat Loaf Vegetable Salad Deep Apple Pie WAR DINNER PIE Pour cups "freshly boiled rice, one pint oysters, bJBcuit dough for top crust Seasonings as desired. Put half the rice in a baking dish, corsr with a layer of oysters. Re peat. Fill the dish with part of the water the rice was cooked in, add ueaBonings, cover with the crust and bake a delicate brown. While this is baking take the liquor from the oys ters, one cupful of milk and one cup ful of rice water and make a gravy, thickening with flour. This will serve from six to eight persons. THE TABLE Spinach and Cheese Roll Cook two quarts of spinach in water for, about ten minutes. Drain, add one tablespoon butter and cook gently until perfectly tender. Chop thor oughly: add one cud crated cheese and bread crumbs to ma.ke a stiff roll. Cook in moderate oven about twenty minutes, a good substitute for meat. " Meatless Left-Overs When you have leftovers of 'rice "and salmon mix tnem together'and add nearly a cup of rolled oats (uncooked) and one-half cup i of milk. Thennryin Bkillot to a nice brown, . One can have beans for one meal and macaronio for another, putting one layer of each and a few cracker crumbs. Cover with milk and bake. , Handy Gravy Brown one quart of flour in oven, being careful not to burn; then put a good teaspoon of frvines in skillet and melt. Now ;take four tablespoons of the flou ana lurn hiwj mis inmiug wuicr an i a little salt. Stir till free from lumns and the proper consistency. Will serve four or five persons; a meat saver and is relished by all. This is a gravy which can be used in meat broth and fried meat. Always ready. Keep it in a Mason fruit jar. Potato Flour Cake Four eggs separated, three-quarter cup sugar, three-quarter cup potato flour, one teaspoon baking powder, one-ha.f lemon (rind and juice). Beat yolks of eggs, add suga". grated lemon rind and juice and co-i-tinue beating. Add stiffly beate.i whites and lastly fold in flour and baking powder mixed. Bake in mod erate oven one-half hour. PROTECTING GARDEN Planting time i is upon us. The garden birdies love to eat the seed after they have been planted and just when you expect a beautiful bed of pinks or a generous lettuce supply you find an empty garden space. Be fore you plant your seeds soak them over night in water to which has been ndded a generous supply of cayenne pepper. The seeds will not be eaten before sprouting time. TO SHRINK CLOTH When you purchase new goods you should shrink it before using to avoid the garments shrinking afte. being made up. Leave'the goods in foldsris it comes from the .shop. L- y it flat and sprinkle as you woul" a tablecloth for ironing, but be sire the material is not wrinkled. Fold :t clean sheet around it and leave it until it is thoroughly dampened. Press carefully. This method mav bosafely-uaed,for either woolens or cotton goods. A m his - $, (4 1 s$ s K.i it: . -.Jr. Sa ft5 v. "? !'' iA -- -I " k j'5 a.- o i. , r..t,r x- :; m- a "y.&Bt y . " . SJ: v vf -. " rx& .- 'i! iWV " -l ; ' .v. -gs - . r. 5. a . ''iSs " IS WVJJ5I-J lv &0 V With summer furs an accepted fashion decree and capes holding the center of the fashion stage, what could be more pertinent than this dis tinguished looking model? The material is soft, filmy, gray chiffon lined with clel blue georgette, (ray squirrel forms the bands around the bottom nnd fashions the large cape collar. The hut with its gracefully curved lines is gray horsehair braid veiled in black tulle with odd burnt ostrlct ornaments placed flat about the crown. Even the picture of a white gown and a leghorn hat makes' one think of a summer garden party. This gown is of white rat heavily em roidered. The skirt is made with -a full, softly draped tunic over a nar rower ounced foundation. The bodice is a becoming adaptation of the surplice style and has loose three quarter length sleeves. The hat is leghorn combined with white cire ribbon. MARBLE LIGHT IS THE LATEST Not Dazzling, It Protects the Eye sight. London Tho question of harmful radiations and the protection ct tho nvp.Rlcht Is boinc investigated by the , Illuminating Engineering Societies ot I England and America, and it Is grad ually becoming evident, especially from a report recently published by im Amnrlean Research Committee that Infra-red rays may bo harmful ast well U9 the ultra-violet. 1 Experiments are being made with light transmitted through very thiu sheets ot marble, and marble light is shown by the recent inveotlgations ot W. Voege to bo pratlcally devoid of in fra-red radiation; it has also been found that Usht so produced" very wtiite, not dazzling, nnd very agree able for working conditions. ' ' Wake a play for luck if you will, but remember It is work that pays. . i i v. - 213-219 Summit Street TOLEDO, OHIO The Great May Sale the sale that every thrifty woman in Toledo and vicinity should at tend. This year in spite of the advance cost in materials and labor the values are better than ever before. It's one of Steins supreme merchandising efforts. a" - t , ft Suits Coats Dresses Waists Skirts greatly Reduced greatly Reduced greatly Reduced greatly Reduced greatly Reduced HOBO CHICKENS COME TO TOWN Rooster and Hens Ride Into Atlanta on Car Trucks. Atlanta, Ga. When a Seaboard freight train from Birmingham reach ed Atlanta a car repairer heard noises from under a car and telephoned tho BDlico. to come down and arrest "some iroboel" Policemen Carroll and Davis wentto the yards and yanked the "hoboes" from the truck. They were a big Plymouth Rock rooster and two fine hens. This Is the Store For KIDDIES' SHOES We fit the foot .and at the same time save you money. NEW COTTON PICKING RECORD Arkansan Gathers 1,183 Pounds In 12 Hours, 35 Minutes. Pochahontas, Ark.. Claude Rice, 17 years old, .of near Diggers, established a record when he picked 1.1S3 pounds of cotton in twelve hours and thirty five minutes. It is alleged the record Is six pounds above the best mark yet recorded in tho cotton belt. A Vision of Judgment "Extremes met nt our ' boarding house today," remarked the star boarder. "How so?" asked the innocent by sitter. "I ate deviled ham and had angel cake for dessert." ' . iji-i A Sure Way "Well, Freddie, did you learn any thing at school today?" "Yes, ma." "What was it, my boy?" "I got on to a sure way of gettlrg out for an hour by snuffin" red ink up my nose." Her Advice "Why don't you go out West Wid seek a fortune?" "Some one might try to blow my brain out." "Don't tell folks you have anj." ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. James M. Morgan, formerly Professor in the American Medical College, has located at 220 Michigan Strrrt. Toledo. Ohio, ami will give special attention to the diseases of women. Home Phone Main 453 Bell Phone Main 2024 Our Glasses afford RELIEF Relief from Headaches Relief from Nervousness Relief From Dizziness Relief from many forms of defective vision THE L. BECRMAN CO. New Location 323 ST. CLAIH ST. TOLEDO. OHIO A V i SO LITTLE SAMMY f 'j, fi ' Just Like "Dad's" I V&L "Over There" J r flS'' Button and lace, black 4. 5 "N 3k or h1"0"-'11, J,,st ne thing J 4 iL . i 'i flH. for growing foot. Sizes 5 R I m 40 i a Some Shoe - J A-9 S S 6 for Boys. B 5 Sizes 8io to 13V2, $1.69. 5 i Slippers for the Miss! - l J This Beautj' Pump in s " I r 8 patent or dull. Sizes 8Vo pu "s-" K i Why We Sell Shoe Cheaper 4 59 stores selling shoes for the entire family at a g very close margin of profit 8 $ Quick Sales Small Profits j Next time you are in Toledo, be sure you stop in and S S look the store over. , 5 G. R. KINNEY CO. (Inc) I 5 516 Jefferson Ave. j I TOLEDO, OHIO Manufacturers of The Lober Non-Bursting Radiator Core Lober Art Brass and Specialty Co. Special attention given to out-of-town customers. 126-128 11th Street TOLEDO, OHIO WELDING Material Cost Iron, Aluminum, Broncc Welding Flux Immediate delivery. ACETYLENE WELDINa Auto Repair & Machine Co. Foot Washington St. Toledo, O. USED CAR BARGAINS UNITED GARAGE CO. ' 19-725 Jefferson Ave, TOLEDO, OHIO 1..A -i i ... '