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Dose Parsnips Post $£ music by condo .4T> , .■.■'■law .. .—- - -r +teRC I3S 4 CADY WHO UiRlT«|S: Sir—Ong or You* Cqrrisrs ®R0UC*A CGOPARD S6?NT M6 TOR A A &. T6T* 1 U>lsH to COMPLAIN ABOUT TV/e CCNVmobl IN U/HICN IT AKRU/exf 1 •BET” DOT CARRIER VJAZS ADOCf— He las SUCH A UNTIDY , ADVICE | HEARTH AhO HOME I BY MARGERY DOON ( Hereafter no letter will be an swered antes* accompanied by the name and address of the writer. This is not for publication, but M an evidence of good faith on the part of the sender. Write on only one side of the paper, Readers are requested not to en close stamps, as the edlfor is far too busy to write personal replies. A Gown for a Bride Dear Miss Doom Would you kindly Inform me what kiud of material you think would bo good for a girl of Hi to make Into a wedtling gown? 1 am to he married iu June, aud want to wear a veil, but do not cate to have a train, as I am onljl five feet four inches tall, and think a train would make uie look even Bhorter than t am. Is It necessary to wear a train with a veil? My bridesmaid la the same height, and is to wear blue. Please tell us what sort of a hat would look pretty with her dress. G HATEFUL. Have the skirt touch the floor all the way around. A slight train would add to your height, I think. How ever, it is not necessary. A sutnmer wedding gown could be made of line moll or marquisette over a thin silk lining. Organdie and lawn are ex cellent materials, and deyelop prettily ■with "Val” and Olqny lace. Tell the bridesmaid to select a white leghorn or neapoKtan hat, and trim It wtttr; Sale blue chiffon and tiny pink rose buds. Or she might wear one of those AMUSEMENTS. PROCTOR’S pVh" atlAcc TEN BIG ACTS . Little Lord Robert; Una.Clayton & Co.; Olive Briscoe; Alfredo; Duryea Bensel and others. MATINEES AT 2 Entire 2d bal., 10c flood orchestra and ■mokin; ba!., 15o EVENINGS AT 8 Entire 2d bal.\ 10c Good orchestra and smoking bal.. 25c Except Saturdays and nouaay»_ Only Time In Newark— HARRY TaATJDER & CO.. Tuesday Afternoon, January 14 NEW HIPPODROME ^America's Finest Photo Theatre Today and Balance of Week The Wonderful Feature Film THE QUEER OF THE CARMARGUE (3 Reels) 10c—ADMISSION—10e CHANGE OF PHOTO PLAYS DAILY SIM S. SHUBERT THEATRE Matinees Wednesday and Saturday Hindle Wakes By STANLEY HOUGHTON Next Week."The Bird of Paradise." NEWARK THEATRE NeXT WEEK STARTING MONDAY ' 'll ! - “The lalao' Draama” Direction of Henry Miller. arii»jygfJTOj 10c. 20c. 30c. 50c; no higher Fl!i| ThU Week—The Gamblers. ■B&3 Next. Week—Duuhm Du Barry. GAYETY THEATRE Market and Halsey St«. Tol. 1M11 Market Matinee Dally. Amateur XI It lit Friday WHGmlNO WEDNESDAYS SAM HOWE’S ‘LOVE MAKERS’ Next Week—Hoblnaen'a Crueoe Clrla ;r. nirrffiwr w l Queens of the Folles Bergere EXTHA-KID CANFIELD Nt.'wk.—Watson's Beef Trust. dninty lace caps with just a few pink and blue buds in the frills. Crude Oil for the Hair Dear Miss Doon: Will you kindly advise whether plain crude oil is used to promote hair growth by applying to the scalp, or whether there is a special preparation of same? Would also be pleased to know where the right kind of oil can be purchased. As-, suring you my appreciation, I am, ANXIOUS INQUIRER. Plain crude oil proves an excel ent scalp tonic, and is obtainable at any hardware or paint store, I be lieve. The crude oil preparations one finds in drug stores may be pleas anter, But they are not a bit more ef fective. A Poor Complexion Dear Miss Doeu For about seven years (I am now 21) 1 have suffered with blackheads and pim ples, the latter getting almost like bolls, and have doctored, but, although they are disappearing gradually, they are leav ing scars. Could you tel! me what to dp to obliterate those? I have a very sensi tive skin and soap or any harsh treat ment irritates It. ALMA. I think you’ll have to begin to im prove your face by giving a little heed to your stomach. Those hard, ugly pimples usually Indicate Internal disturbances; Avoid rich ..pastries, iSi'ndy itnd JddtL between meals and do not drink more than one cup of tea or coffee a day. Drink at least two quarts of water daily, between meals. The Juice of half a lemon in a little, water, taken a half hour before breakfast, will tone the liver. You must keep this organ active if you want to have a good complexion. At night wash the face with hot water, then rub in a little cold cream, after a few minutes wipe the cream off and wash the face gently with cool water. I'm afraid the liquid green soap would not be good for your skin, if you say it becomes irritated easily. Follow my advfce for a month and note the improvement. “A Grand Old Name” Dear Miss Doou: Kindly publish In tbe Evening Star If tbe song "Mary Is a Grand Old Name," sung by Miss Mabel Brownell In "Forty flva Minutes from Broadway,” was writ ten especially for ber, or may it be pur chased at any of the music stores? 1 F. G. M. The song was written by George M. Cohan and was sung by Marie Cahill j in the original production of the piece. Most of the music stores have it for sale. A School of Telegraphy Dear Mias Doon: Please let me know if there is a school in Newark that teaches telegraphy. J. H. There Is such a school, but I can not give names and addresses In this column. Consult the business di rectory. Sunday Dear Miss Doou: Would you please let me know through the columns of the Evening Star on what day did the 7th day of May and tbe 30th of'May fall on in 1887? WILLIAM C. MRS. M. E. K.—I do not recall see ing such an advertisement In the Eve1 ning Star. Those "cures” are often advertised, however, and If you watch all of the papers you will probably see It again before long. Big Sale La Grecque TAILORED UNDERWEAR Salesmen’s Samples and Overflow Stock Drawers, 45c up. # - Corset Covers, 45c up. - Combinations, $1.00 up. Princess Gowns, $1.50 up. TW* «ale is a yearly event- looked forward to by women who wish the finest Lingerie at prices much less than cost. It includes our Salesmen's Sample lines, among which are many emtruisite garmr.nts. Sale will continue until all are disposed of. VASS OR DEIN CORSET CO. '101 Market Street. rhreo Dosra Above Washington St. _ EXCUSE ME - - - By Myer WHBT DO YOU f THRT& HOT R FlfcE PLUS I TMinjc OF THE -ITfc P WRTeitPLUS “ C'TVS NEW - J CIQC Oil l^ia. C the Firemen use it-\(how cwm itse m so it's h Fire plug!) Fire plug,when _J NO FIRE COMES . : ~X V OUT OF IT? it’s put there to Vo o're GRFZ.V • •• rIhtfTres- water OVAES our so TM«Ta'\Ake» OFITSOTHEREF&R. IT A FIRE PLUG- V ’ft WATER. PLUgl "—- ■ - ( THev'*S / ) getttn' /t * __ BOTH WRONG •••• g* IRON PLUG J 1 ) jscr: TIMELY HINTS FOR SHOPPERS Today ends the sale of men's and boys' knit underwear at Bamberger's, Underwear valued at from 50 cents to *2 will be sold at prices ranging from 35 cents to $1.69. For today only cut glass salt shakers, with heavy ster ling silver screw tops, are selling for 25 cents each. At the David Straus Company’s red j fox, skunk and black raccoon muffs | are offered for $12.88 and $14.98. Black or brown coney coats are offered for *21.60. Silk-lined full dress and Tuxedo suits can be bought at Rodman's clothing parlor at great reductions. Regular *25 suits and overcoats can be bought for *1150. In the commercial stationery sale at Hahne & Co.’s 500-page ledgers are advertised for *3.25. Business enve lopes. 6U size, are advertised for *1 per thousand. Bargains advertised at the W. V. Snyder Company's for today Include children's dresses of linens and lawn in Norfolk and Franch styles, sizes 2 to 6, valued at 75 cents, for 49 cents each. For today only one-piece Brus sels rugs, size 9x12, valued at *17.50 and *19.50. ajy a bargain for *13.60. Regular *1.25 charmeuse and crepe meteor, 27 inches wide, in suitable shades for street and evening wear is a special at L. S. Plaut & Co.’s for 69 cents per yard. Regular SS-cent ecru Venetian stripe Holland window shades, 3x6 feet, complete with fit tings, are a special for 35 cents each. Daily Fashion Talks BY MAY MANTON ._____..‘i 9 7704 Fancy Blouse for Misses and Small Women, 16 and 18 years. MAY MANTON”PATTERNS 10 Cent ft Each. Can be purchased at any May Manton Agency, or will be sent by mail to any address by the May Manton Tattem Com pany, 120 Pacific street, Newark, N. J. Write your address very plainly and al ways specify size wanted. ONE OF SEASON’S NEWEST BLOUSES Tills illustration shows one of th* newest and most attractive blouse* that the season has produced. It com bines a number of the smartest fea tures and at the same time ts very easy to make. The long shoulder lto*. the Robespierre collar, the vest and the lace frills are ail fashionable. lif the cuffs for* the long sleeves are not liked they can be omitted or the sleeves can be finished at the elbow with cuffs if that length Is preferred. The small front view gives a pretty * suggestion for scalloping the edge.** when the frills are oh) it ted. In the large front view the blouse is made of white cbarmeuse with vest, collar and cuffs of brocaded satin and frill* of lace. It is very charming made just in this way, but there are many other materials that can be need fur its making. Crepe de chine, China silk and all the soft, washable silks seem especially pretty for this design. The design is equally well suited to the costume and to the odd waist to he worn with the tailored suit, and It is adapted to small women as well as | to young girls. For the medium size the blounfe wli: require 2H yards of material 21, rVj* | yards 36 or 1 >4 yards 44 indies'Ififfir with 1 yard of lace 9 inches wide for the frills and %, yard 27 inches wide for the collar, cuffs and vest. * The May Manton pattern of the blouse 7704 fas cut in sizes for misses of 16 and 18 years. It will be mailed to any address by the fashion depart ment of this paper on receipt of ten cents. — . * . ■■■. I THINGS WORTH KNOWING When scrubbing porches and w alks in freezing weather put a handful of salt in a bucket of water; will pre vent water from freezing and caus ing walks to become icy. My little girl’s teeth became col ored, a kind of brown substance col lected on them. I took a piece of charcoal and cleaned them nicely. Flannel, when new, should be put into clean, soft cold water, using just a little good soap to remove the oil. Flannel so treated and carefully washed thereafter will neither shrink nor harden. Hang flannels up as soon as washed. To remove ink stains from the most delicate colored fabrics moisten the stained parts with water, then apply equal parts of common salt and cream of tartar, keeping fabric well moistened. Repeat operation until ink-stain has disappeared. Tea and coffee stains can be re moved from cups by rubbing the stained places with a little damp salt. >' MAKING WORK EASY | In planning to make the work easy nothing helps the good housewife more than replacing the old style car pet with rugs. It is a very simple matter to stain or varnish the floors. In my living room, in the summer, I use a good Brussels rug. In the full 1 put down a matting rug, laying it over a rag carpet, which makes an ideal covering for hard usage through the winter. . It also replace my good curtains by plain Swiss curtains. Then in spring T have a clean nice outfit for the sum mer REMOVES GREASE Remove grease spots from wall paper by placing blotting paper oh them, then a hot flatiron. FOR THE TABLE Delicious Apple Pic—Pare three | good-sized apples and cut In quarters. Make a syrup of one cup sugar and 1V4 cups water, a little'cinnamon and butter the size of a hazelnut. Let this boil for a few minutes, then put in apples and simmer until you can prick them with a straw, then lift them from the syrup with a strainer and place apples in a baked crust. Whip cream (if cream is too expen sive, the whites of two eggs may be beaten) and spread over the apples. Grate two almonds over the mer ingue, sprinkle with a little sugar and place in oven to brown. Apple Custard Pie—Grate three or four apples, according to size, add yolks of two eggs (saving the whites for the meringue), half cup sugar, two tablespoons cream and nutmeg to suit taste. Bake sine as an ordi nary custard pie. When done cover with meringue made from the whites of the eggs. Put in oven and let. brown. Quick Ffostihg—To make quick, cheap and nice frosting, take one third cup sweet cream, stir into it enough brown sugar to have it en tirely stiff, then put into a kettle and 1st it come to a boil; take off and beat till it is thick enough to put on cake. If you want chocolate frost ing, add some chocolate before it comes to a boil. Gets nice and hard. Stewed Rabbit, Larded—One rabbit, a few strips of bacon, rather more than one pint of good broth or stock, a bunch of savory herbs, salt and pep per to taste, thickening of blitter and flour, one glass of sherry. Well wash the rabbit, cut it into quarters, lard them with strips of bacon and fry them; put into a stewpan with the broth, herbs and a seasoning of pep per and salt; simmer gently until rab bit is tender; then strain gravy, thicken it with biitter and flour, add sherry, let boil up, pour it over the rabbit and serve. Garnish with slices of cut lemon. This is excellent. Stuffed Cookies—l am sending a recipe for stuffed cookies which will not keep in our home. One cup white sugar, one-half cup butter, one egg, one-half cup sweet milk, one teaspoon vanilla, three and one-half cups flour with which two teaspoons baking powder have been sifted. Filling: One-half cup white sugar, one-half cup water, one cup chopped raisins, juice of one lemon (or one tablespoon vinegar) and one teaspoon flour. Cook this until it becoipes thick, stirrtng constantly. Roll dough very thin, cut round cookie*, place in pan with a ttup^a >tf the Ailing in tbs' oentre of each; place another cookie on top. Bake in moderately hot oven. Fmit Pudding—One cup molasses, one cup sweet milk, one-half cup but ter, one cup stoned and chopped raisins, one-half cup currants, two and one-fourth cups flour, two shredded wheat biscuitsi one-half tea spoon soda, one-half grated nutmeg, pinch of salt. Mix well, steam two hours in four baking powder cans. One pound can will serve four people. Delicious with hard sauce. < Nice Breakfast Dish—Into two cups boiling salted water stir one and one half cups oatmeal; boil eight or ten minutes; let cool slightly. Take angel cake tin and pour in a layer of the oatmeal, then a layer of canned or preserved fruit (apple sauce can tie used if liked);, repeat until tin is full, having oatmeal on top. Put away in cool place till morning. Turn out for breakfast, cut in slices like you would cake and serve with cream. If wanted for luncheon proceed as above, but fill hole In centre with whipped cream and garnish with cherries. Baked Stuffed Apple—Peel and core apples, fill centres with English wal nuts and tablespoonful maple syrup: place in pan with little water and granulated sugar, cover and bake. Serve with or without cream. ■»- ™ — Angel uni Sponge Cakes. There are many housekeepers who can make good cakes with butter and fail uttterly with sponge or angel cakes. Their method of making and baking is entirely different, and should be considered separately when studying cake making and baking. While most rich butter cakfes are im proved by beating, those without shortening are put together with as little hen ting as possible except eggs and sometimes eggs and sugar. They are the very easiest cakes to make when one has once learned how GRANDMOTHER USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HER FADED OR GRAY HAIR Mixed With Sulphur It Makes Hair Soft, Beautiful. Cures Dandruff. The use of Sage and Sulphur for restoring faded, kray hair to Its natural color dates hack to grand mother’s time. She kept her hair beautifully darkened, glossy and abundant with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that doll, faded or streaked appearance this simple mix ture was applied. with wonderful But the brewing at home Is rnussy and out-of-date. Nowadays skilled chemists do this better than our selves. By asking at any drug store for the seady-to-use.prodfiot'—called ' * * "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy”—you will get a large bottle for about 50 cents. Some druggist* make their own, which is usually too sticky, so insist upon getting Wyeth's, which can be dope/ided upon to re store natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dandruff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known downtown druggist says his customers insist on Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, because, they say, it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been ap plied—it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. Do this' at , night and by morning the gray hair disappears; after another application or two it is restored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and [ abundant to handle this particular batter or dough. They may he made in a loaf or. layer cakes, or a combination of the yellow and white in layers or as a marble cake, dividing the angel cake dough and adding two or three well beaten yolks. Remember, all sponge cakes have flour or sugar "cut” or “folded in." and one stroke too much only tough ens them. Angel Cnke. Material—Whites of eggs, one cup: granulated sugar, one and one-half cups; pastry flour, one cup; cream of tartar, one teaspoon; almond flavoring, one' teaspoon. Utensils—Large platter, flat wire beater, measuring cup, loaf pan. Directions—Separate the eggs, measuring the whites in the cup; turn on the platter, sift flour and sugar together three or four times: have the pan and flavoring ready; beat the eggs until very light; add the cream of tartar and beat until stiff. This is all the beating neces sary. Now cut and fold in the flour and sugar, and last the flavoring. Bake in an unbuttered pan fifty min utes in a very slow oven. It must raise to its full height before brown ing. Remove from the oven when done and invert the pan while cool ing and let stand until perfectly cold. Lemon Sponge Cnke. Material—Eggs, five; granulated sugar, one one-fourth cups; pastry flour, one and one-fourth <;ups; juice and rind of lemon, one. Utensils—Measuring cup. lemon squeexer, flat wlre-beater, platter, grater, bowl, cako pan. Directions—Beat the whites of the eggs on the platter until perfectly dry. Beat the yolks in the bowl very light, and gradually beat in the sugar and the grated rind and juice of a lemon. Cut and fold in hall the whites, then half the flour, then the remaining whites and flour. Bake in a loaf cake pan in a moderate oven flfty minut*B or until done. Be j sure to let the cake raise to its full height before browning. Sp»ae» flaoares. Usa the above recipe for any of the I small cakes, which are nice used With fruits for dessert. NEWARK Oppenheim,<sllinsx(2 Broad and William Sts., Newark Millinery Department | Clearance Sale About 300 ostrich trimmed hats, the balance of- our stock, to be closed out regardless of cost or value. Diversity of shapes and designs.