Newspaper Page Text
To Dye Sweater.
Dear Miss Doon: Kindly let me know through your paper If «. white sweater can be dyed dark blue. Will any dyeing establishment In New ark do this, or is there -a special place for having it done? Also, how can I stamp embroidery patterns to dark ma terial so that the lines will be visible to embroider, and oblige, M. E. F. A white sweater can generally be dyed blue satisfactorily, but some time* it is hard to bleach it, and then it doesn't take the color evenly. Tes, any regular dyeing establishment will do it. Buy light tracing or carboy paper to stamp an embroidery pattern on dark material. It can be purchased at the dry goods store*. Notification of Change. Dear Miss Doon: Will you kindly Inform me which is the proper way to discontinue keeping steady company with n young man whom I will not see until Christmas? Shall I withdraw at once by letter or wait and tell him at Christmas: Thanking yon In advance, I am, thankfully, P If you mean by "keeping steady company” an understanding that you will marry the man in question, notify him at once of the change in your feelings. It is only just to him. The •'keeping company” idea is a relic of the darker ages.. Nowadays a girl is “Be Beautiful, 'TIs a Woman’s Duty.” tvery Woman Can Be Beautiful— Mme. De La Vie. PERFECTION OF FORM Nature, hygiene and modern chemis try seemed to have formed a mighty triune to proserve intact the beauty and charm of the Twentieth Century woman. A few vears ago a maid or matron who was flat-chested thought she must remain so, but now all is changed and newspapers and periodicals are rec ommending White’s Vaucalre Tablets to build up the bust and fill out what the French describe as “Salt Cellars,” those little hollows at the base of the neck near the shoulders. The basis of this tonic is imported Galega, an herb that acts immediately on the mammary glands, stimulating and building them up. It is put up in lit tle tablets by the Willard White Com pany. and certainly In this form It dlls a long-felt want. This article has accomplished wonderful results In a number of cases known to the writer. —Editorial, Woman Beautiful Maga WILLARD WHITE CO.’S VAUCAIRE ?£££ts Uusl Developer, Flesh Builder, Tonic, Is the preparation so highly recom mended by MME. DE LA VIE and all high authorities on health and beauty culture. White’s Vaucalre Galega Tablets contain the genuine important Galega. They round out shrunken, shallow parts, develop and make the bust firm. If you §re undeveloped, THIN, care worn, nervous or run doum, take a box of these tablets and note their ■wonderful effects. $1 box (three ■weeks’ treatment), only 79c at Ilahne it Co. One box of the tablets equals two bottles of the $1 slse liquid, and Is very superior. CAUTION: Ask for Willard White Co.’s and note the name on box. MME. DE la VIE, the noted beauty writer and lecturer, highly recom ’mends the MELOROSE Preparations and Willard White Company’s Vau calre. Galega Tablets, the Wonderful Form Developer, Flesh Builder and Tonic, tl a box. specially priced, 79c. Sent by mall if desired. JULIAN ELTINGE. Julian Eltlngc, the great actor, is considered by many to bo more beautiful than any woman in the world. He. like thousands of actors and actressca, highly praises the famous 'Melorose” preparations. He writes us the following letter: Willard White Company, Chicago, 111. Gentlemen—Your Melorose Face Powder. Melorose Beauty Cream and Rouge are ex tremely delightful. They are very much bet ler than anything I have ever tried. Of course, with me a great deal depends upon my "make up” box, therefore I will neve, bo without the Melorose preparations. Yours truly. (Signed) JULIAN ELTINGE. MORE leading actresses and society women use the famous “Melorose” preparations than any other kind. Indorsed by thousands. MELOROSE HI 39c MELOROSE FACE POWDER, Mr SIZE, 45c. MELOROSE NAIL POLISH. 25c. MAIL ORDERS FILLED; ADD 3c EXTRA. Most Perfect Toilet Dainties in the World CAUTION—Imitations and worthless nos trums aro being offered. Get only the original, genuine, distribute,, by Willard White Co., Chicago. Beware of aubstituteH. Look for U. S. reg. trade mark on each box. EflEE Send 2c "tamp for'samples of Meio rncc rose Cream. Melorose Face Powder; also booklet about the tablets. Writo to WILLARD WHITE CO., Chicago. Ill SOLD UaUUE O Ad TOILET GOODS BY HARHC tt bU. DEPARTMENT free to have several men friends until j she becomes engaged. The Complexion. Dear Miss Doom One hour after my face has a good soap and %ater washing it looks almost as dusty as before I washed It. I am afraid I must use a cleansing cream. I have a Jar called Chamberlain's, a greasy eream. Kindly tell me how to use It. as tt has no directions on the Jar. After using I was told to put on rice powder. Do you advlae tills? Is It harmless? Thank you, SADIE. By all means use a cleansing cream, amd use It every day. To secure the best results open tho pores of the skin by bathing the face In hot water, using a complexion brush and a pure soap. Then massage the face with the cream, rubbing Into the pores. Massage It for ten or fifteen minutes. At the end of that time wipe alt the cream off with a soft cloth and wash the face In hot water, to which have been added a few drops of benzoin. Finally close the pores by rinsing the face In cold water. This treatment should be followed faithfully to keep the skin In good condition. Rice pow der is highly recommended. I believe it Is harmless provided the skin is cleansed regularly so that the powder does not have an opportunity to lodge in the pores and collect dirt. Any powder is Injurious if precautions are not taken to remove It from the skin every day by a thorough cleansing. 0 | Tasty New-Old Dishes | lUXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.LJ.U.LXX.LXXXXJ.XXXXXX.IXJ.XJ.J.XXi^J.xxxj.Xl THERE are many variations of culinary standbys which make a new dish of the old favorite with Increase of taste and almost If not quite without extra trouble or time taking. For instance, for a quick dessert, put a macaroon in the bottom of each tin mold, having as many Of the molds as there will be eaters, and fill with a custard made by the ordinary household rercipe. Set in tins in a pan of water in the oven as usual and bake until a knife can he inserted and ' withdrawn without any of the custard adhering. They are then ready to be removed, cooled and well chilled in the refrigerator. When turned out each little macaroon is on top. As a change from the usual creamed potatoes try baking the tubers in milk. Pare a dozen of them for an ordinary family meal and slice in pieces crosswise. Cut up in slices two large onions and add about half a cup of fresh, pnely ehopned parsley. Arrange the whole in an earthenware or agate pud ding dish and cover with milk, dotting the top over with bits of butter. Bake in an oven for half an hour. Do not season until just before serving, as salt and pepper have a tendency to curdle the milk. Canned tomatoes may be sub stituted for the milk in this formula from time to time. Cauliflower is very tasty prepared in the following way, which contains some elements of difference from the usual method of cauliflower au gratln: Soak for a lew hours, as usual, In cold water, then boil until tender in boiling salt water, drain and sprinkle with the following: A few drops of vinegar mixed with enough salt and pepper to season to taste. Arrange In a baking dish and cover with soft bread crumbs, which have been fried till brown In a little good butter. THE PROFESSOR’S MYSTERY 1 By Wells Hastings arid Brian Hooker I I Copyright. 1M1, t:j« Bobbe-Morrt:. Company. (Continued From Ventnzdar.) I set out for the Caruecl tenement In a state of no great comfort. By forc ing a scene I had gal/ied nothing; and I had made an overt enemy of Dr. field. Not that I was particularly con cerned over thett development; 1 had never liked the man from the first; and I was Impressed not .so much by what he had said as by his open and dispro portionate confusion. Think what I might of my own side of the affair, Reid had confessed to a personal con cern with Carucci; he had flown into a rage upon my asking for an explana tion; and the name of Miriam had stricken him like a blow. He had told me nothing, after all, and had made me the more anxious over what he refused to tell. If he had been absolutely In the right, I had done nothing worse than to touch upon a grief brutally; and he would have said precisely what he did say if I had been Justified and he had been lying. Well, Carucci was out of reach, and Reid worse than silenced. What chance remained to me of an answer to my problem depended upon Sheila. I had no time to doubt if I should find her; for her window was lighted up, and she herself plainly to be seen, leaning far out to watch the street be low as I turned the corner. When I ! was still half way up the block, she called to me by name, bidding me come up at once; and I answered as I picked my way along, trying to reas sure her. The scene for a moment re sembled a lutUcrous burlesque of a ser enade; nor did’the street miss anything of Its humor. With one accord the women in the doorways, the lounging men about the lamps and Ihe scurrying screaming groups of youngsters under foot caught up the implication, and ! began a babel of Jocose advice and I criticism in a dozen languages. And although I understood but little of it, THERE IS DISTINCT ADVANTAGE in buying now and anticipating your wants in gift-giving. There is a freedom in selection that is not possible in hustle and excitement so apparent during the holiday rush. Our stocks are always complete, particularly so now, ready to meet your every want in Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Sterling Silver, Table and Toilet Ware and Novelties, all nicely arranged for convenient selection. We will enjoy showing our stock. j. wiss & SONS 665-667 Broad Street, Newark “At the Wiss Chimes" L and was somewhat preoccupied with graver matters, yet I was fain to dive hurriedly into the doorway with a heated and tingling countenance. Tha little room was itself again, save for a dull spot upon the clean-scrubbed boards; and the canary In the win dow paused In a burst of singing as I entered. "Sheila," I said, "I am very much afraid you won’t like my news.’’ BOUND EDGES ARE AGAIN IN VOGUE. It is n long time since bound edges have been in vogue in tailored wear, but this fall they have been revived and give a very smart, dressy lock to simple coats. The suit pictured here is made of a two-toned dark gray mixture In self striped effect. The edges of the coat and the fold on the skirt are bound with black satin. Tabs bound with the satin and trimmed with blank satin buttons with mother of pearls centres, ornament the coat front and cuffs. The collar is of black velvet. Wedding Invitations. Engraved or printed up-to-date wed ding invitation* or announcement cards at lowest prices. Oo to BAKER PRINTING CO., 261 Market street. Stationery and office furniture. —Adv. "Well, sir. what’s happened him?' she asked briefly. “You're right,” 1 answered. "It's your husband, but it’s nothing to be alarmed about, nothing at ail danger ous. You must——" "For the love av God, don't thry to break things to me, sir. Speak right out. He's not hurt, ye say; well, he's pinched then, I suppose." "No, it’s not the police He’s been shanghaied, if you know what that means.” "Crimped? It's thrue for ye, I know; ! 'tis twice before lie's been, but who done It I never could tell. Av 1 thought anny av my folk that's afraid av his silly tongue wud do that dhirty tbrlck—” she stopped short, her strong face working. I was rather angry myself. "Well Sheila, 1 don’t believe they had any thing to do with tt before; but it was Dr. Reid who had it done today. I was there, but it was over before I understood what was going on.” “Reid? 1 shud ha known 'twas Reid, the shamblin' snm he is, an' small good them that loved him best ever had av him! Now, the tilvi! hould his dhirty little pinch av a soul! For why shud he harm my man ?" "That’s what I want to know," I said. “He’s afraid of what Antonio says about him. and you know—’’ “As far as his story ever goes it’ll harm no man,” she burst out, “they know well he's all bark an’ no bite, if they weren’t all crazy-afraid together, an’ a truer man anny day than that blagyard bndy-snntchin' pill-roller. His own guilty heart it is. whisperin' over Ills shoulder, an' me poor lamb that he married an' niurthered, and the child av his own body on tht one day! An' the poor mother they're callin’ crazy, with the soul av the daughter she cudn’t let free standin’ between her an’ the sunshine. Crazy she'll never be un til they make hpr sc, with their doctors an’ questions an' whispers, an' that deathfotch Reid grinnln' before her face, with the blood not. dhry on him!" She paused for breath, walking up and down the room and twisting her hands. "Sit down, Shelia," I said, "you know this is absurd. I’m trying to get a lit tle truth about people we both care for; and If you say things like that, how can you expect me to believe any thing?" But my knees were trembling as 1 spoke. “Murdhered it was all the same," she said sullenly, dropping hack into a chair nevertheless. "When a dochtor with all the learnin' that goes beyond the knowledge av a woman lets his wife die. an' an innocent mtte av a new-horu baby go down to the grave with her, 'tis black murder, it is, no less. Ilow could she rest quiet after that, an' half her life callin’ to her, an' the mother that wouldn't let her go. an’ had the power to see? ’Tis no dochtor she wants, but a priest, an- no medi cine, but a handful av holy watlier, like my own Rlster’s cousin Nora that used to sit an’ talk with her lad that, was dead evenln’s by the byre wall, an’ Father Tracy came behind an’ sprinkled the two av thim, the one he could see an' the one he could not see.” "Who was It that died?" I asked sharply. “TVas It Miriam? Did Retd lie to me when he said so, or did Ca ruccl lie when he said that Reid was married to Dady?" (T* Be Caatlncil Tomorr*w.> Problems oftlieVoxiiie, 1-W<cwlf2 Do You Know the Many Items Which the Wise Young Bride Should Consider in Choosing Her New Home? A -_- - ———— ——^ Jh. _ —— When Electra Havemeyer, daughter of one multi-millionaire, and J. Seward Webb, jr., grandson of another, ar rived in Chicago from New York to se lect a home for use after their mar riage, they were besieged by agents offering them the most expensive houses in the city. MIsh Havemeyer looked down the price list thoughtfully. “Thai man I am going to marry." she said, "is working on a salary and I | intend to live within that income. I do not intend to start by taking a place that Is disproportionately expen sive," And she did not. Hundreds of brides had finer places than the young woman who could have commanded millions. Tre first consideration of a young bride Is the choice of a home compati ble in cost with her husband's income, if she is to be the wife and helpmate of the average young man In a good sized town. By the choice of a healthful location and by the elimination of unnecessary rooms and unnecessary help in the caring for them she will have gone far In the solution of the problem of living within his earning capacity. A wise selection of a home Is ten steps forward on the road of successful matrimony. If It is at all posslblo the purchase of a home Is infinitely better than rent paying. In many cases small houses on the outskirts of a town may be secured at the same rate and paid for In the same manner as rent. The satisfaction of knowing that at the end of the time of payment the house will be your propeijty is funda 7« ^ Hunting for the New Home. mentally less Important to the young couple thnn their joy In 'mowing thut they have truly a home of their own. which they may arrange for their own pleasure and convenience. Putting the cart before the horse may seem the height of folly to the very people who select the furniture for their home and then seek a place for it. One young couple, recently con 4 fronted with the problem of finding an abiding place for the furniture of seven rooms for the rental price of four, had to put some of the mahogany in storage to keep their rent within their income. For the usual young couple a four room house or flat is sufficiently large for all their needs. A kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom and a living room constitute a household which may be * _ ' kept with the minimum of care and the maximum of comfort. In choosing a location the girl should consider carefully not only the rental, but also the ratio of prices of food stuffs In that neighborhood. While the cost of such staples as flour and nugar may not vary much In different neigh borhoods of the same city, the cost of various other articles of food does vary sufficiently to make a distinct differ ence In the monthly accountings. It would be wise to give this factor considerable thought. It Is axiomatic that the higher the rentals of a dis trict the higher is the general coat of living. Another important consideration in home finding Is the transporatlon facil ity for the husband. While the dis tance from his place of work should not be such as to cause unnecessary and unhealthy fatigue, every man should be forced Into sufficient outdoor exercise by having a half-mile walk from his home to the car line or a mile walk if he be within walking distance of the place he works. At this distance rental is usually lower than for a similar home closer to transportation servlet. The distance serves as an aid to health and makes possible a far better home than a young couple could afford If they believed themselves restricted to a certain neighborhood closer to the heart of town. If a man’s work is too arduous to allow the greater distance to make it possible for him to look after the do mestic tasks that would otherwise be a novelty and a delight to him, a four room apartment nearer to town is better suited to the young people’s needs. In nearly every town and city, large or small, these are now within the reach of a moderate Income. I TODAY S BIRTHDAY PARTY. f Winston Churchill, the New Hamp shire progressive, was born in St. Louis forty autumns ago, end Is, in the due course of events, celebrating his fortieth birthday to day. Without be littling Churchill's political record in the least, it must be admitted that his greatest fame has been deilved through the assistance of the several "best sellers" he has fathered, among them "The Celeb rity,” "Richard Car vel,’* "The Crisis" and "Coniston." When making apple float try roasting the apples instead of stewing them. The pulp is removed from the skins and mixed with the white of egg. Professor Osier Is Right; Youth Always Succeeds Age Oiler isn't the only man who turns down old age. In the business world the "young man" is always the one who picks the plums. It is an age of "new thought," “new talent," etc., and the old man is passed by in the race. One of the first signs of coming age is the appearance of gray hairs. When you see them act promptly. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Huir Remedy will correct this sign, which so often de ceives people into thinking that age is really upon them. It is a well-known fact that sage and sulphur will darken the hair. Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur combines these old-time remedies with other agents, which remove dandruff and promote the growth of the hair. The manufacturers of this remedy authorise the druggists to sell It under guarantee that the money will be re funded If It falls to do exactly as rep resented. Don't look old before your time. Gel a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphui today, and see what an Improvement II will make In the appearance of youi hair. This preparation is offered to tht public at fifty cents a bottle, and it recommended and sold by all druggists Special agent, Charles W. Menk, 10< Market street. 0++++++++++•!•+++++++++* ACARONI WITH CHEESE. * +t++4+H++++++++++4M Wipe a nice quality of macaroni with a clean, dry cloth, bake and throw it into boiling salted water. Let It boil until it yields easily to pressure be tween the fingers. Drain It In a colander and rinse it thoroughly in cold water. Put into a saucepan one ounce each of butter and flour, and stir them together over the Are until they form a smooth, thick paste. Heat a cup of half milk and water to the boil ing point and stir gradually Into the butter and flour; season to taste with pepper, salt and a dash of nutmeg; add the macaroni; grate two ounce* of hard, dry cheese, and when the maca roni is qu.te hot stir in the cheese. Sprinkle with bread crumbs, add a few bit* of butter and stand in the over Just long enough to brown. I Hair Goods At Exactly One-Half Retail Stora Prices As extravagant a thing as you can do is to buy Hair Goods with out first coming to our factory and seeing what we offer. Our Hair Goods are of the molt appealing quality—soft, naturally wavy aud of exquisite sheeu. Our styles are in advauce of anything shown in retail stores. With us matching of hair Is a perfectly easy process, since we have every shade constantly In stock and skil ful blend«*rs who can bleud hair to match any shade of hair there i*. We have no store expense, no rent to pay. no high salaried sales people. It is these advantages, to gether with our facfory-to-buyer methods of selling that enables us to sell you BETTER hair goods than retail stores offer at ONE HAL.F their prices. Factory only ofcp ar.d one-half blocks from Brood st. JOHN KUNST 88 EIGHTH AVENUE ^ 1 y% Blocks from Broad St. H i* .mmwJ sClosky’cI I BEST VALUE CIVINC 1 I CLOAK AND SUIT D- M I | [| HOUSE IN NEWARK. || || € 1 > I Will Hold Saturday the Greatest Coat Sale This Season I Winter Coats for Women and Misses ii C*7 QK Worth Up ji .VJ To $18.00 1 jj Reversible and Blanket Coats : with large collar and revers fastening at side. 1 Many color combinations in tan, gray, brown ;! and blue shades. |i Fancy Mixture 4*^7 •i Coat . . . .4?/ • ;j All-wool tweeds; fasten close to neck, with 1; large fancy buttons; panel effect at back; full I sleeves with turnback cuffs; colors include brown, gray and tan. at. Women’s High Grade Suits $15 Values Reduced to . . %P J About 150 suits all told that represent the very best selling and most fashionable models of the season. Two and three suits of a kind. Taken from our regular stock; that are worth up to $15.00; included are beautiful, strictly tailored and fancy trimmed broadcloths; winter weight serges, cheviots, tweeds and novelty fabrics in all leading shades. Expert Alterations Free | 030 BROAD STREET 030 ! \ ,- i ImMu rV