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f NEWS OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO WOMEN READERS OF THE STAR
triad Swtst Potatoes,
""...tall"era. skin and cut length
l^sHtesH of mi -»<->• «h,ck
■ *££***• are alee cooked the
H Orssfl* budding
W-*L_ .ad cut 5 oranges Into small
._!_. removing taa seeds. Ull
'^11. come to a boll. Add the
Mm at J eggs. » tablespoon of
2* '„!, SUrtlll thickened and
5 par over the fruit
MM snd ■•*" Sandwiches.
m ****• through m," chopper.
■ Jfc-.te.O, » ,Ul Ml*d dressing
t _7 ,*,-v,,l .between b^r*,■
•LTSuidaiohe. — Mash 'old
___Th**K-. Spread on buttered
Mdl with plcWea sliced very thin
§§I|:. Fig Tapioca,
. lrL_ on clear three tablespoon
m*t ra"" I*'"1 *'""1 •**• In two
___ eater with a teaspo. of
___* Stir conn's- ■•'• Chop nn..
s_*s pound of figs, add a cup of
•a*, sad one cup of sugar; cook
mm till smooth and thick, and let
f_X_di wllh th© tapioca, and add
mm a uespooafid of vanilla. Chill
_j|»j6d serve tn glasaee. Whipped
mm* * ****t Improvement
Tm pooeds of fruit. 1 pound of
Rg- i lemon. Para, stone and
geaad* of fruit. I pound of
t laainn Pare, stone and
'****" lac fruit, allowing augar as
Ittew. Race the fruit In preserving
t-Mtk sad heat very slowly, adding
b vtter. \\>.t*n It i» quite sort
p. Use peaches through a fine
WA warn the pulp to the Are.
eg tat sugar and boll SO mlnutea.
before taking from tire add
,8. eawo Juice. Put up same as
. m 'gMMmtStStr
Wtm I plat of boiling coffee over
1 posad of finely chopped fat salt
ft (remove rind), cool; then add
■der gtvea I cap motassea, 1%,
poena soda, dissolved very lit-
I of finely chopped fat salt
Move rind), cool: then add
as soda, diaaolved la very lit
tk wM wster or whipped Into the
mohmm', J tightly beaten rags, 1
apt tar. I pound seeded raisins
HcWped). 1 pound liana raisins
j(vhele), I pounds cerra&ts (whole).
% ***** chopped citron. I grated
i •stueg. 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 tea-
Moo* cloves, I level caps flour i pas
try). Bake la three large- bread
■us for three hour* la slow orea.
K«n> in stone Jar. Is rich and
tatam* lht iot^A
mWm ■■ ■■■Km -ti tot***-. Mmmmm*^^*\
tym* feed tama. fije-*^-..^-» J
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y^WBSB MAMA!. UT 5
ARE YOU INTERESTED
In Getting the Most for Your Money •
j THEN SEE US TOMORROW FOR ONE OF THE GREATEST
Bargains in a Slightly Used Piano
.JiThis morning at 9 o'clock we placed on sale at unheard-of prices a number of used
pans, taken in exchange on grands and player-pianos. A few player-pianos, some a
•mm* »ho|<-worn, but in perfect condition in every way, were also included.
THE REASON FOR THIS
iV ' *■:•-.*■
Siu,VVe have placed orders for our holiday stock of pianos and player-pianos, fourteen
tan ra alt. and we must make room, as several cars arc now on the way. We have
Sv-?*!. the price on each piano so low that it will be necessary only to show the instru
-"" and state the price in order to make the sale. If it li a practice piano you are in
■«e<l oi, at small cost, you, will find it here. If a good serviceable piano is desired, that
*tn last a number of years, at a saving of about one-half the price Yon would lie asked
Wewhere, we have it in this assortment. Below is a list ■>! .1 few of these bargains:
■H Weber Upright Steinway Upright - A Decker Bros. .
J** 1 CM C*Q Good d_o£Q Mahogany o*l QC
jfe-.-.tplOO Condition ....epZOO Case ...........J. JLtJD
*• Goad Square Piano A Nice Upright / Fischer Piano "
Coition tp2B Good Tone .. tj.104 Upright 5p140
' An Ivers & Pond Genuine Weber Pianola Almost New Upright
V, . L C? ICO ' Regular $1,000 (tJrOyl Large Size, <MQQ
jP"ght tpIQZ Now tpDO4 Walnut Case .c])l yO
—a—a—a—ii mi. . , | -—
Mahogany Upright A Good Practice Piano Genuine Auto Piano'
jgS d $164 1 vu P ,_i. .....$125 jHE $365
_ Bring the above list with you, as we have every piano ready to show, but you must
** expecmhese to remain long on OOf floor at these ibices.
«<membcr. putting off is dangerous. '.'jflN^^fltolß!l"^
cha .° U will not live *on £ enough to see these values duplicated. Remember, our ex
"*, a sr «cment goes with each instrument, .^'-v
much "y fa" l**™* extended to those who do not wish to pay all cash. We arc very
y c' ,!l -■'--*'- of the room each one of these pianos now occupies.
Ll . . WATCH OUR WINDOWS
■___*P Uf *tore will 1,.- open evenings -..!.i;. these bargains last.
L IUC ** ■MP 419-421 Union Street
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THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND THE BABY
■V EDMUND VANCE COOKE AND JOHN D. QHUELLS.
Hair la no longer waved much.
There muat be the least undulation.
but nothing decided Bo long *<•■
customed to the marcel, one grew
to admire tl; but since the almost
straight mass has become modish.
the big wave la suggestive of the
wig and false front go much for
education. Fluffy hair is not popu
lar In Paris, for when the hair Is
**%**** It Hie* about the face, and
the Parlst-enae wishes her locks to
I tie neatly against the head.
The plain skirt la aeen no more,
except for strict tailormades, nod
here the long Jacket .-..meala the
bareness. Tunics and panels and
apron fronts or any kind of drapery
. so long aa It takes up room la the
thing. Some of the apron fronts
look like a rag that baa been tied
tightly about the figure.
Spotted foulard Is being used tor
the linings of motor coata.
Uttle balls and dangles or Irish
lace add a quaint touch to Imported
gown a '
Out i^Wxe wusdom c/
Try etttehlna the edge of embrot>
dary before making It up , Run lha
machine stitching around '(.» •*«!
lops as neer to th* <*!■•> as poastbt*
It Mill not show, and If this Is doe*,
the *-<la- nt the embroidery, which to
the part which weare Ml first
otherwise, will outwear the rest of
| the embroidery.
THE STAR MONDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1909
If your child la restless at night
and you cannot keep him covered^
buy a little double blanket. crib
else, not too heavy, sew up both
sides from the bottom to within
about It In. has or 10 Inches ne
cording to the alia of it,.- child)
from tka top, then slip baby to
and pin with good large safety pins
the two side* over the sin .older,
leaving plenty nt week room. The
safety pine should lake the place
of a »i from neck to c... « of
bag. The- 10 Inches or sis. which
ever has hewn left, from top of bag
to beginning of seam which Joins
the two side, to the bottom. Is for
the arms to be tree If baby wants
to reach tor anything.
DON'T MISS IT!
Last Call to Our
Great Shoe Sale
In a short, very short, time, the Trcen Shoe
Co. will be out of business. (.hutting after 25
years' successful shoe selling,
DOLLARS COMING YOUR WAY
If you take advantage of this Great Last Call
Sale. Don't miss it. Show up every foot in
the family. You all know what kind they arc—
CAN YOU RESIST THESE PRICES?
WOMEN'S $5.00, $6.00. $7.00 and $8.00 SHOES,
.ill rolled into (MM price. These arc <J»0 QC
Laird's and Cousins'; make mpOaaJD
WOMEN'S $4.00 AND $3.50 SHOES, dJO OC
all rolled into one price .... tpamtaOtJ
NETTLETON'S $7.OO'AND $8.00 &>r AC
MEN'S SHOES, choice $d* l**>
NETTLETON'S $6.00 fAND $6.50 -tA AC
MEN'S SHOES, choice **•«
ALL OUR MEN'S $5.00 SHOES, . fro or
choice :. ,->pO*OD
Get busyget your share of these great sav
ings on GOOD SHOES. No such Shoes were
ever before sold at such low prices.
Sale Starts Saturday Morning
Trcen Shoe Co.
707 FIRST AY.
S Qulnc«a are laat tut Urn Hat of fall
I""" 1 "I'" art* t'lillv Him moat
d«|lcloiM of all. Many housowlvoa
have trouble In keeping til, natural
i-tiliil of iho quince, and tha remedy
1" mi simple we wonder why mv
did not think of ii long ago. Tim
qulncea keep their color perfeclly
and alao remain lender If ii,. are
boiled flrat for 20 mlnutea without
augar, In barely enough water I"
•'Novice," "A. B," "Young Mouse*
keeper" and "A Header" auk fur
reclpea for ranking J,-11. and pro
-8.TV... of gui no**, and Hue letter
will mi., .| alt.
Quia preserves are mail, by
cooking fltat wlUiont augar, a* haa
been mentioned Infill. I hi'li add II
pound of augar for every pound of
fruit, and cook Hlnwh f.it an hour,
and can. Borne modify the -.111111.
quince flavor by UKlllK one-third IIP
Marmalade la delicious. Waah
the fruit, quarter and remove core
and liliiHHotti mat* Put In k.ttl,
and add enough water to cover.
Cook alowly until nun Hub through
* colander, and add three-fourtha
lta measure of augar. Cook alowly
a half-hour, attiring constantly.
Pour into J.-11. . .li.Hn.it. and cover. I
Wot Jelly, proceed vi In the i»l>o»i<
recipe, After rubbing through col
ander, put Into a bag and l-t drip.
Moll rates 10 mlnutea and add an
equal quantity of hot mi_ar 1101 l
fit.* mlnutea, skim, and pour Into
Klaaa.-H Quince paring* are often
uaed for Jelly, and tha fruit Itself
may ha canned, which la commend
able for lta economy
To make quince honey, peel and
urate, a half-dozen qulncea. Add
flu' pound* of augar to one pint of
water Hllr over fire until miliar la
diaaolved.'' add the grated qulncea
and cook a half hour, Pour Into
Dear Mlaa Off. Will mm put
down In nail now be fertile fur In
cubator batching In February?
/ Dear Htfj Grey: What la th*
proper way to care for a rubber
plant during lb* winter?
• fl. a M
A.— Keep It moderately warm.
water It will twice a week* and
i waah tb* leavea two or three Iltn*»
| • month with clean warm water.
I Dear Mlaa Orey: la narrow dain
ty malteee lace or fine linen lace In
good ule for it hmhW% dresses? Val
lane la ao perishable when the little
atathe* inuet be laundered »• often.
Haw aliall I trim a fur turban?
f A.—-Maltese r linen torchon
lace la Just a* pretty as vat to mv
mind, it ran be bought la vary
Trim your turban with a large
roae. or a bunch of violets, or a
fancy reathtr on the left aide of the
front. Some fur turbans, If large,
are left imtrlmtned.
De-ar Ml.. Or.) II -.» can I tall
A good plume?
ANXIOUS hi: Vl'l.l;
A* id the length of the nbera
and the «i'>aa.
rußNiTune FREDERICK & NELSON, Inc. furniture
j DRY OOODB ni.r. (1,.... Dotty .1 UM DRY GOODS
■'■ '»■ ■■ i sin ii pi in i.i ,mJ | _,„ ii . . ii i I
Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings I
— Pronounced Values
To direct attention to the extensive display of inexpen
sive Rugs, Linoleums, Art Squares and Mattings to be
I found in the Basement Salesroom Rug Section, a number
of popular items have been specially priced for today's ad-
9x12 Tape Rugs; special $9,25.
I tTTTaxm 9x12 IJokanya Raft; special $1350-
--wflffii/AA'^i&H 9xlo-6 Bokanya Rugs; special
i\Mssss jl 6x9 Bokanya Rugs; special $8.00.
I I rajraVl 9x, 12 Artl.ti.in Wilton Art Squares;
I^l^Vtfe^llß 9xlo^ Artloom Wilton Art
UIPSV^Iu Squares; special $8.00.
jj jggjt^ \ 9x12 Granite Rugs; special $3.90.
I j iS^^MT^ 9xlo-6 Granite Rugs; special $3.25.
ii Site \ F*s^fi**»vSK^«Oi|t-^. * t\ t\ /** *. i» • t «**"-» *?*■
3^%^^VißbS^_bC 9x9 Granite Rugs; special $2./5.
11l 36x72 Axminster Rugs; special
SoM^^^^^P^ 27x54 Axminster Ru Ss- s l)ccial I
l^fo^a*^^^^ ~*m Japanese and China Matting; spe-
I S^r *V* __^^^^F&\\ Linoleum ami Carpet Remnants, i
I •*- «.,.si •—**.„. .. „,.v. and Drummers' Carpet Samples at
l'lssell's Carpet Sweepers, $1.65.
Children's Gauntlet Gloves, Special 39c Pair
j Children's Tan Gauntlet Cloves with astrakhan hack and kid palm; also
| with corduroy hack and kid palm, in gray and black. Special 39c pair.
Women's Vests and Pants, 25c Garment
I Women's Fleece-lined Gray Cotton Vests, in high neck, long sleeve style;
medium weight; 25c.
Ji Pants to match, in ankle length; 25c.
Children's Black Cotton Fay Hosiery, 25c Pair
Children's Black Cotton Fay Hosiery in medium weight—Stockings that
button to the waist, affording additional warmth; shown in a complete range
lof sizes. the waist..it't'or.litij.', additional warmth; shown in a complete range
of sizes. Price 25c pair.
Ladies' f . ~X J ; '—~i-
£s Frederick & Nelson V Mailorder,
te- rredenck& Nelson %%__
I for November. V incorporated J Price*.
Mtiti&K I PRICK FROM \:-::z*&A I
v^^r\ $10.00 up to jjPno
■*r h **\ , One dollar brings you a Victor, high..»
play** ** the greatest of all talking ma- muticfanc
play 111. viulial Ot .ill t.llkilii' ma- muaiciana !
IT (MM*. Why not order one today? '^TJ
I'.rirm lenl lllatrlkalrra mat I'a.lfl.- I ..aai Dralrra la
• I » nriiiH Talklaa KA ftl.rli-.-a- and Other
Mfc. 111...-*, *\l\ I'laim. an.l l'la).-r
I \i-/7 I'laa.ia.
IIIM «.r,.«il line. M.el.en More, oa Ika
floor l.ili.n Kirrat, Heat 11. rnrlflr- < onat.
' Tha Tha
***** lust think of oil thr fun and pleasure greatest
• in(jar» , . .... oratora
ling yon mm when your home is -without a speak
in Vktor Talking MmMm. In
a a I
Victor. Victor. '
! ¥##\ I «!*« V -^X I
iSF-H>2fc/ New Records S?HsjU*
Sa9£S'^v<^*-V_iiW See our
"^^iKi.-'-w"'-'* m ****** ot -'*■
- « IYTSr ll alios—-Sold
a 11/ fr l " " easy
I ft If ...ll I payment!,
lt»§iSL M, without In
i (line Piano Co.
1406 First Aye.
■ Imi i urnl ■nan i -
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You will be Interested to know
that we have more nnfi*e and vaults i
In dally use than nil other niaiiufac- !
turers combined. !
Wo guarantee OUr Bill..; r.n.l
vaults to bo superior to all others. .
Pun-ell Sufi- Co., 312 (>.-. uti.l
ny . agents for 11-i ilu;- -Mull Marvin
Sufi* Co., lnanufacturors of tli.. gen
utno Hall .Safo & Lock Co.'. safes
, Ud tilts.
'"■' —■ — " —aaaT
Savings & J
Surplua and undivided
"The man who cannot and
doe» not aave money, cannot
and will not do anything else
INTEREST 4 PER CENT
JAMES D. HOQE. President.
N. D. BOI.NER, Cashier.
Ferdinand Sclunlta, J. D. t*i*t-
R C. McCormlck. James 1) Hon
N. D. Solner.
and CHERRY STREET
Hi.,,., -I.e. at llnllnr.l, lieorfrl....
cnn.nnßN's torn trovilm
Olvan special and careful attention
by our apeclallaL Bring them In for
an examination If you suspect
trouble. Our charge* are very
■ cuten .nn opticat. CO.
U«; Imm-I Aaa.
DOWNING, noi-Klltli A lairil. Lan
• laevka, Grata v.l Pat. l.loa*.
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