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' ' - - HIMWNMM WX I; I li-H R IM ft L4 IP 4 tt&lA&TZs iMti jfa&tn UoedaP jX9f! hiS f Bv7Sit L 1 VL" ly Hotttehold Hht.. "The Tailored Woman" is the title otjthe new Wooltcx Fashion book that Is Mini; sent out by The Parsons Gar ment Co. With the keynote of "That Well-Dressed Look," the book con tains In condensed form' such authori tative fashions in tailored clothes, milts, coats and wraps as will bo worn during tin lull and winter by the cor rectly dressed woinun. "That Well-Dressed Iiook" the book insists primarily upon suiting your eustonie to your type. Their design-! ers have recognized the soundness of this theory to the uttermost. At great' length tin: book proceeds to describe these ypes and offers valuable polntrs beside a collection, of suits and coats each Individually suited for a partic ular, type of woinun. It is worth nny one time, who appreciates good dressing, to give the fall booklet their attention. It can be hud upon request from the Parsons Garment Co. cd and navy blue are greatly in evidence in the fall hats. The new est thing about them, however, is neither the color nor the fabric, bu$ the placing of the trimmings. Modistes are remarkably ingenious in their arrangement. From beneath the brims dangle the feathers of ev ery known bird. In fuct, naturalists would Hud it dilllcult to classify some of the plumage that will adorn our smartets winter bend gear. wardrobe of every well-dressed wo man. It can also be made a most becoming gown, that is perfectly suit able for most any occasion, as shown by the new models at the eMycr-.lon-itsson store. Straight line dresses ilomulate. The neck-line is severely plain and the bolts ir the greater liurt Mioestrlng iift'uir.-.. ' You'll like the new dresses, they are so distinct by" their simplicity. The flared suit runt is a most im portant feature of the new fall styles. It dominates the newest arrivals at the Iteynolds-Monro stoie. One new model of duvtyn exploits wide bands of beaver trimming at the bottom of the flared suit coat. Collars hud cuffs are also of beaver. Kmbroldery Is al so conspicuous in the liew models. A handsome suit of African brown, an adaptation of the blouse suit is elab orately trimmed with embroidery in self color. ' Woman is going to wear all the lace she eun next season; for while laces are at the height of fashion It J the part of wisdom to indulge to one's, utmost in the dainty, becoming things. Both black lace and white lace are choice, but choicest of all is ecru. USE OKRA FOR A CHANGE IN SOUPS AND IN MEAT DISHES Okra, or "gumbo' commonly used In tdic South, has yet t6 make a place for itself in the northern dietary, not that a taste for It has to be cultivated, but simply because Its possibilities have been overlooked. It may be grown throughout the greater portion of the United States, except the exreme northern part. The pods are excellent died and canned, and ns these may be obtained in every large market, its use Is not confined to any season. The principal use of okra is in soups and in various dishes in which meats form an important part. The young pods Impart an excellent flavor, be sides giving a pleasant mucilaginous consistency. The young seeds are sometimes cooked in the same way as green pens, and the very young and tender pods boiled and served as a salad. Okra In Metal Dangerous. No copper, brass, or Iron cooking vessel should be employed in prepar ing okra, as the metal will be ab sorbed and the pods discolored, or even rendered poisonous. The cook lug should be done in enameled, por celain or earthenware utensils. Try these recipes: Winter Okra Soup. 1 can of good New Orleans akra, 1 can of tomatoes, 2 tablespoons of but ter, 'Jt small onions, 1 dozen oysters, !J tablespoons of rice, a small dried red pepper pod, without the seeds, or a dash of cayenne. Chop the onions and fry them in the butter. Wash the rice well, then stew the onions, tomatoes, and pep per together In about :i quarts of water and 1 pint of oyster water for about three hours, stirring frequently. Ten minutes before serving add tbo okra and let it come to a boll. Then drop in the oysters, boll up once, and servo. Chicken Gumbo. 1 chicken, weighing 3 or 4 pounds, 1 pint of stewed tomatoes, 1 onion, ji pod of dried red pepper, without seeds, 2 pints of okra, or about 50 pods, 1 large slice of ham, 1 bay leaf, 1 sprig of parsley, 1 tablcspoonfnl each lard and butter, salt and cayenne to taste. When well fried and browned, add about 3 quarts of boiling water, and set on the back of the stove to sim mer for about an hour longer. Serve hot with nicely boiled rice. Round steak may be substituted for chicken, but it must'be borne in mind that the chicken gumbo Is the best flavored. Capper amendment to the Clayton anti-trust act, authorlzlug fanners to form To-operative fcocle'Jcs through which they can sell their products by collective bargaining." Charles A. T-yinnii, secretary of the organiza tion, said. Piano practice has reconciled many a father to the marrlngo of )ls daughter. Sometimes It seems as though a man ran for olllce merely to tlml out from his enemies how utterly out rageous his past life has been. Tt is proposed to build a new hotel in New York and call it the Bolslic vlkl. It will have 3,000 rooms and one bath. fj"-"" 1 .1t;. .. L, '. HZ .T v He Didn't Cara Tho little boy was carrying home an empty bowl that had contained hia father's dinner when a bully ap peared. "Do you mind if I kick that bowl?" he asked. "Not a bit," replied the small boy. "You mean that you don't mind if 1 kick that bowl?" "Not a bit." "For the last time, persisted the bully, "do you mind if I kick that bowl?" "No, I should like you to," said the small boy. "Oh, would you!" exclaimed the bully. "Then watch me!" He shat tered the bowl to atoms. "Now do you mind?" he asked. "Not a bit," said the small boy, edg ing away. "My mother borrowed the bowl from your mother this morning. You will hear about it when ydu get hoiae." FARMERS WANT RIGHT TO ORGANIZE CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES WASHINGTON Representatives of 2,000,000 farmers meeting here In the conference of the national farm organizations went on record aainst Bolshevis.nl in a resolution upholding the right of "personal liberty, per sonal security and private property." Chairman Milo I). Campbell said the farmers now have a "chamber of agriculture," and added, "soon we will have a million-dollar building, which will be known ns the temple of r.grlculture. We will ten, I hope, bo able to convince Congress that we have the right and ability to make ourselves understood," Campbell said. "We want passed by Congress the (OopwrlgM. 1010, by rjodrrmwd A nndtrwood.) Tbe' brocade Is in black and gold, the lace is white and gold and tbe shoulder straps are brown. The train is lined with Irish green. DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric light and Power P!-:nS; Saves time every day 10 to 20 hours per week on chores alone. E. H. WALKER, Distributor. FRANK HOCHANADEL, Dealer CHAS. RILEY, Dealer. 212 N. Erie St Toledo, O. - . Stultz & Baeee PIANOS Haue been sold and recommendfed bu The J. ID. Qreene Co. for 37 uears. -crheq are to a considerable extent re sponsible for the high reputation of The J IP Qreene Co. in this communita The tone quality, the durability, the splendid, musical ualue offered in Stultz , & Bauer Pianos make worth while uour thorough consideration, before upii buy. v- Stultz &bauer V , . i Pianos and Player Pianos . , i , . ; - jl The J.W.Greene & DiAWOS - "SUS&J&S VICTROLA5 I M"' ' I JW -WW-l THE HOUSE OT or ftUMIIO TOLEDO, OHIO QljMJTY EssentiaUu the Store for Music fevers 1 toiteBMp UMMIT T, TOLEDO, OHIO "I want to look at Suits" Do you waijt a fur-trimmed Suit? ' Do you want a tailored Suit? ' Do you want an embroidered Suit? ! Do you want a ripple Suit? Do you want a blouse Suit? ' Do you want a straight line Suit? We have Ihem all, in all the desired cloths and all the smart new shades, and in the fur trimming you want. , The Suit Sketched is of Duvet Superior and ils uniijue Hues show that it was created ' by an expert, being quite generously (rimmed .wilh .sea) and em broidered in two tones. The color is o:i-blood. The price, $125.00. A Suit Special $57.00 Realizing that the present prices are prohibitive for many people, we will offer about seventy-five suits at about' cost, all are smart fall models of Tinseltone, Velours, Oxfords and Broadcloths-, and you will readi ly see that( these were made to sell for much more, .early all are elaborately fur trimmed. m . 4i ' ?m i Ti Parsons Garment U2-234 Summit StrMt Wte More ifial sells 'WGoltex TOLEDO, OHIO Buy Now and Save 10 Jo to 20 Wooltex Fall Coats Complete Advance Displays at $39-75 $5975 $7975 Any Coat in Our Wonderfully Exr ' tensive Showing Will Save You 10 to 20 if You Buy Now. Wholesale prices are already much higher than when we purchased this great stock and are still advancing. Selections now are most complete. Every correct new style idea is represented, all the rich new fabrics, such ns Frost Glo. Bolivia. Chameleon Cord, Silvertone, Tinseltone, Polo Cloth and Cashmere Velour. ; Furs .used for trimmings are Hudson Seal, Beaver, Nutria, Australian Opossum, Squirrel and Racoon. We strongly advise our patrons to select their Fall and Winter Coat now. Pay a 'deposit and we will hold them in storage until wanted. Other Coats 29'75 to 195 6( .Um l--:J w 1 1 1 1 1 sit KS4.1 l 111' iTZjl I 1 1 .! iH iiiiittirffiiff)iff0OiiIHiftlrtiHftMM)i -1- '1 ',m fer(,'Vy j" JtiO'n n tv.