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Newark evening star and Newark advertiser. [volume] (Newark, N.J.) 1909-1916, April 23, 1914, STATE EDITION, Image 9

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An Odd Happening.
Minister (announcing from pulpit)
— 1 will add that a lady’s watch has
fcirtn found In one of the aisles, which
the oy.iifr can have bv nyjilvi.osr at
the vestry. We will now s'ng the
Ulth hymn: “Lord, her watch Tliy
chut eh a hecpaig. ’—abulia.
The Obstinate Cook.
Father—Cooking schools arc <■
i somt use after all. This cake Is de
| iieious. Daughter—Is It? 1 tliOi'gl.
! it would he a terrible failure. Father
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and made it some other way.
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THIS IS MY r XCUSE
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( On. WAV, MR. lRA) ('RlEASE. D TO MEET TOO, MR.')
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\MR. UM-AH-HA-UM. I ■ ON ER--WHAT D'VE-OAU-IT STRETr,
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EVENING STAR ASTROLOGER
Copyrighted, 191S.
• J’tii' stars tuclliic, lint do not compel”
I RlDAY, AIMtII. 24, 11114.
Until late In the afternoon this
should be a lucky day Astrologers
road In the skies promise of good In
fluences from Jupiter, Venus and the
Sun, but toward sunset Neptune arid
Mars are strongly adverse
The Sun rules with superior power,
making honor, courage and generosity
moving factor's lit today's activities.
Scholars, un'verslty professors, law
yers and legislators should be guided
fortunately under this rule.
The sign i.s extraordinarily favor
able for the President of the United
States, who should receive assurance
of the success of h’s policy In an im
portant world problem.
Women should make the most of
the opportunities that come to them
white this configuration lasts. The
sign promise^ success in love affairs.
It is a most ausp'cious time for wed
hugs or engagements.
Under thtH rule an appreciation of
ail that is beautiful is awakened, and
the conditions are fortunate for mak
ing friendships with persons of op
posito sex, as the best impressions are
said to he made during this aspect.
As Mars is evilly disposed toward
evening, care should be taken to avo'-d
reversing ail the successful achieve
ments of the earlier hours of tho day.
The e is danger of misunderstand
ings, separations and quarrels with
persons who have power t.o make
life happy.
Neptune's adverse rule should put
men and women on guard against
fraud and deception. It is not an
auspicious time to make any decision
regard'ng property or professional
ambitions.
In ancient lore it was held to be
dangerous to drink oils or to take
medicines when Neptune frowned on
the earth.
The Moon today is in a s'gn be
lieved to impart loyalty, energy and
generosity. It is not a fortunate
sign, however, for singers, who are
supposed to be subject to hoarseness
while the luminary remains in Arles.
Persons whose birthday it is may
have anxieties during the year, but
they will be spared any serious
troubles. They should be careful to
avoid quarrels or dissensions.
A POOR HAMMED MAN
rDMMER BE ENGAGED
ONCE
THAN HARRIED A DOZEN
TIMES
FASHIONS
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