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FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1021.
i You'll Save on Clothes I You'll Save on Food -And You'll be Better Dressed and Better Nourished n .. \ j i Here Are Many Ways to Do It: Margaret Anglin's New Clothes Miss Anglin, one of the best-dressed wmnen on the American stage, taboos d* bixarre in clothe* and chooses only garments that are simply designed, with beautiful, dignified line*. In addition to her exclusively posed photographs, there are several new serge frocks that interpret her perfect drew. Ina Claire Poses as a Bride and selects for you a number of new frocks for Eastertime. The Hat of Milan is the fewest thine. Eight stunning models are shown. More Fullness Marks thespringtime clothes, but the silhouette is straight— specially cabled to the HOMX JOURNAL from Paris. Tucks and Bands trim the suit blouse—shown in designs with pattern*. Two Smart Cloth Coats for general wear, and a formal wrap of satin—cms of them Miss Anglin's. Of Cream Chiffon aad black lace is the newest dressy blouse—a nice one for "best." v Sports Frocks of crtpe de chine for the college girL Read also the fashion news article. . Straight Lines make the matron's street clothes smart and wear able—patterns are shown. ALSO I A New Citizen in the White House—by Mary Roberts Rinehart _ « Stories by E. Phillips Oppenheim, -Grace Sartwell Mason, Fannie Kilbourne, Margaret Belle Houston, Eleanor Hallowell Abbott * » 0 % * . All in the Big March Issue of THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL f 0 168 Pages—2o Cents ' BOYS everywhere are wanted to deliver copies of THE HOMI JOUKNAL to regnlar customer*. Any bright boy can earn from one dollar to Are dollars or more monthly, after school hour*. For full details write to Circulation Department. The Curtis Publishing Company. M 5 independence Square, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. » A Dressmaker's Sewing Secrets A woman who manages t smart dressmaking estat>> liahment in New York City has written for the HOME JOURNAL an article revealing some of the secrets of need leer a/1 that ordinarily distinguish tha costumer's garments from those that are made at home. The ideas will be helpful to every woman who makes her own clothes or any of the accessories for them. Waistcoats are Modish and wfll be a feature of many coats for spring. Every fabric, from brocades to embroidered silks, wools and linens will be used, often with the new favorite Csecho-Slovakian embroidery. Ideas are shown for embroidery, and there ars patterns for tha waistcoats. Every Smart Costume this year is apt to boast of ribbon—so here are raffs and girdles and hand bags and sashes and panels of skirts, all of ribbon. The HoiU JOURNAL tells you how to make them. Three Matron's Frocks for church and a fourth for formal wear—also with patterns. The College Girl who chooses the clothes shown on page 76 will have no dress problem From Two to Fourteen one would be happy in such Easter array as Mother can moke from these new designs. Your Initial run-sired capital letters, nicely designed for mark* trig linen of the prospective bride or of the estab lished housewife. With a choice of a diamond or an oval frame for the initial letters. TTIB SEATTLE STAR Your Income —How to Spend It Do jrou have a hard time to pay yoor bill*, or are you living Mfrly within your income? Do you spend every dollar you get, or are you saving some thing from month to month? Do you know where your money goes? In the March issue of the HOME JOURNAL S. Agnea Donham tells how to save where you have wasted; how to get more fa* your money. 4 Easter Eggs as they know them In France—some recipes from ■ French cook that will vary the monotony_©f break fast and luncheon. Time and Dollar Savers Ten eoolring suggestions that you *ll never find In a cook book—they're new ideas discovered in the home-economics schools. And they will save time and money in the kitchen. Knitted Frocks for Children with full directions for making them. If you can knit st all you can make these attractive little dresses. Pine-Needle Work Now b the time to get busy with this fascinating work for use on the summer porch —baskets and flower vases snd hand bags and cake baskeu. You can make them aIL French Sauces Marie Jacques sends us recipes for tome of the sauces that she uses in her own home in France— they make things taste better, somehow. Plan Your Home Garden Nowf It will soon be time to plant the vegetables for summer and fall use. Here are plans that will fit your own back yard. Letters to an Amateur Mother Are you a real mother to your children? Do yrm know how to take care of their little minds and bodies? Read Edith Howard'» terrible advice la the article on page 120 of the March JOUKMAU A Little House Chat 70a may build this year. We asked thrpa architects—one in the Par West, one in the Middle West, and one in the East—for their ideas c 4 the right house to build in 192 L The plans they sent tu are unusually interesting. This Year's Flowers 170 home Is complete without some flowers—here are directions for growing both annuals and peren nials, in a variety of kinds and colors. Early Spring Golds and Coughs How to keep the children well during the weather of March. Practical Politics A new department in the HOME JOURNAL for the new woman voter. It will appear each month and will answer the questions and problems of our twenty-seven million new citizens—how they can exercise their new power in national, state and local politics. Five Senses' Worth of Fun A party for young people that sounds Eke e whole barrel of ftinl Make-Believe Sunshine Are your rooms dark and dingy? Maybe It's be* cadse your furniture, your wall-paper, your hang* ings are all too dark. Here, in full color, are some suggestions that will lighten and brighten your home.