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THE CONNECTICUT LABOR PRESS.
F MINI Connecticut Labor Press Department for Women Wage Earners and the Women Folk of the Workingman's Family. Ntew-SpiTOff Make Xli Now It seems we divide our furs Into thjree seasons at least spring, . sumnjer and winter. The newest furs are called spring furs. They are very new-' and they are very lovely. For the, most part this spring, writes a ' prominent ' fashion correspondent, the newest neckpieces are soft little stoles and scarfs of mink, Hudson bay sable and fisher. One animal Is used for the whole piece to give a smart effect and clasps the. wearer's neck tight and close. . No furry animal Is ever softer and richer than the light brown sable. The little head and paws and tall are left "on to attest the beauty of the lit tle creature after the furriers have done, their utmost to him. The small neckpieces for which the sables are used, are worn by the greater number of women clasped In the back or at one side. 'These little fur' pieces have not been so - much in favor for the last few years ; as they were some years back, ' and because of their return to favor this spring we may say they are having a revival. ,1 have seen. no fur pieces In' years prettier , or more be coming to almost, every wearer than the nevv rones iriade of three animals to give length sufficient to wrap around the throat and leave , a long end on, each side." Worn with one of the new Jaunty' tricorne hats and a smart frock this sort of fur necklace, if one may so style, it, is Intensely stylish and becoming. These are not W '-:-M llVH -': -m-'-- T 11.. . Mink $iol and a Hudson Bay Seal "Cape With St6le Ends Tied in the ' Back,- Among the Distinctive Models Being Shown for Spring Wear. very- wide and as they .are not flat tened out,' but are ( left the natural 'Size,;, they make close-fitting collars of Just; the right .height for., the average oeck.iv". ; All j women, know' that furs . worn close about the throat and well up t the chin are more becoming than th wld& and flat pieces, however long and luxurious the;-,, hair .; of the latter may be. , It must be borne In mind 'that I am speaking now of the; spring fur pieces, for later on we shall' doubtless turn with ' the same enthusiasm 'we have shown the last three years toward our ' foxes and lynxes and wide, flat stoles of mole and mink,' kolinsky and wolf. As it is, the , smaller creatures are lit Just at this time - and are being re ceived with much enthusiasm. : Mole and Squirrel Blend. ; It , is astonishing how beautifully some skins combine, as I observed in a splendid new, narrow stole of mole with squirrel" trimming "and big round .fur balls finishing each end. This Is to be worn much as the skating scarf s of i Angora , wool are Worn, with one lendf thrown over a shoulder, or if one fancies, by belting in each end , and letting the fur stole fall thus over each shoulder and down the front. Russian sable is the, fur de, luxe., rich and equis&ite in texture as in co?or. Three skins have been put to gether in a charming manner which reveals the coloring underneath ' as well : as on top. Fisher resembles somewhat the pointed fox, but is not quite so soft. It is tipped with a tiny fleck along the hairs and thus has a silvery look which is attractive. ' Fashion seems to lean heavily, how ever, to the Russian and Hudson Bay sables and because the Hudson Bay .nahle is smaller than .the Russian ( kind it seems to he in the lead. Stone i marten, too. is in demand. Though 1 much larger It has n lighter color un- derncath and Is softer than these otiit''x. , i Xmv as to thf jackets, coatees and rapes it resolves ilself literally into' the matter of paying your money and ' taking yfntf choice; for thes little fur ffrct-s ar- eachantins and really al , FASHIONS JL 1 a .aasiJ Furs most indispensable In the cool days of spring. Many of them have long, tight sleeves of the fur and others are nothing more than high and deep col lars, sometimes with revers of a con trasting fur added. White Furs Out. We, see no white furs at all; even ermine, which used to represent a "lady" of the highest degree, is having a quiet rest. Cap it be because ermine is so closely associated with royalty and now royalty is just about to be no more? Anyway, ermine Is entirely out of the running and white fox, too, has had its day and Is quiet also for a while. . To return to" the jackets and cdatees the most sumptuous and lovely wrap one can see ,; on a spring day la made with a Joose hanging cape-like back of the softest, richest Russian sables. The upper part has the skins forming a yoke and going across and around the ' shoulders rather than down the;' back as the other skins which form the lower part " of the wrap do. The front- is formed Into a sort of waistcoat, and Is held in by a girdle of furoh, yes, of course the fur things of ; Jhis sort have' waist coats, too. Indeed, one or two I have seen are really nothing . but little waistcoats with' sleeves added,- and one model, at JeasC, is a waistcoat In front with pointed -ends and pockets, fur buttons and has no sleeves at alL The back hangs perfectly straight and loose from the shoulders. "Distinctive Seal Piece. ( Seal has not been entirely neglect ed. 'An' unusual effect has been achieved by making a seal cape,' stop ping just at the waist In the back and finishing1 with long stole ends in front which pass around the waist and tie, xr rather loop. In the back. The up per part qf this smart wrap reveals a high upstanding collar, which comes well up to the ears. A new moleskin cape has the usual cape effect in the back and a short jacket effect in front where It ties with heavy silken cords and tassels. The upper part of he front Is built much like a surplice and; buttons just above the cord at the waistline. To turn the' fur of the Belgian hare into a near-seal is the intention of some Canadian furriers this sea son. So there will be a new fur on the market for next fall. Sealine It is to be named. Some coats will be made of It, but caperines, coatees, and small fin-pieces are what it will show Itself In chiefly. A lower price than some of the other dyed furs is prom ised as one of its attractions. ' Of the expensive furs, gray squir rel seems, at present to be the spring fur for fashionably dressed people. Later on it will be interesting to see further developments, when the summer fur season is at hand. Being Correctly Tailored. One doesn't have to wait to grow up to be correctly tailored; one can be just 12 years old and wear a pleated skirt of shepherd's plaid, a plain box coat of black velvet trimmed with black silk braid, and a smart little hat In dark blue satin ' with a dashing smoked pearl buckle studding the front, says Vogue. There is a blouse, too, of white pussy-willow silk with tucks on the shoulders and a pleated collar and cuffs to match. r : Separate, Skirts Short, Separate skirts ar tow he worn t little shorter than skirts of dresses or suits, and as narrow as the style and purpose1 will permit.. . Bow jut KITCHEN CABINET The smallest. bark on life's tumultuous, ocej.n Will leave a track behind (orever more; , The slightest wave of influence set in motion Extends and widens to the eternal shore. : HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A rainy day is ofien;as beneficial to a household as to the soil, for on such days many odd pieces ot work may be finished and leftovers done. One Is less likely to have In terruptions on, such days and much may be accom plished. . This Is a good time to straighten dress er drawers and arrange closets. Rainy days are good days to plan an out line of work, meals and other impor tant work. ' For children's parties a clever little cake that delights the small folks Is made by using animal crackers dipped In heavy sirup and' then fasten them In ah upright position on saltines or long narrow crackers. The eyes may be made with drops of chocolate and other additions will occur to the deco rator. - Never shake xugs or hang them on lines to be beaten. One such treat ment may ruin a rug. Place them on the ground and beat them,1 sweeping after each beating. The vacuum clean er does away with all this drudgery as well as .wearing by cleaning; , When out of cake put delicate crack ers together with, frosting. Chopped nuts and raisins may be added and the frosting may be varied In other ways. A pretty way of serving butter when entertaining is to r make three small balls Instead of one, and insert stems from parsley, using a stalk with three. stems. , , A good wall paper cleaner: Take a cupful of sifted flour, one, tablespoon ful of salt, one tablespoonful of kero sene, two tablespoonfuls of ammonia, and a half cupful of water. Mix in a small saucepan and cook until the moisture is 'evaporated, stirring con stantly. -Remove : from the fire arid knead with the hands .until smooth. Use a small piece,, kneading and turn ing to keep the clean side out to rub the paper. , .;:k';1: - ' " If slippers slip at the heel paste a small piece of velvet inside the heeL To remove the shine from garments, rub lightly ,with a piece of emery pa per. . ' - ' No, the heart that " has. truly loyed never forgets,. But as truly loves on to the close,. A.s the sunflower turns to her god , . when he sets r The same look which she turned , when he rose. ' FOR THE SWEET COURSE. As a 1 finish to the dinner a heavy dessert is often out of place. The light dessert satisfies and Is much better for the average person. A cream puff filled with Ice cream , is one that 'will not overburden the stomach, or other filling may be used, such as a cooked custard or a chocolate filling. These may be filled and heaped in a handsome dish, making a pretty as well as toothsome dessert. Chocolate Junket. Bring to a luke warm heat a pint of good, rich, sweet milk. Stir; in half a cupful of sugar, a third of a cupful of boiling water, a quarter of a cupful of grated choco late, with half of a crushed junket tab let dissolved In a teaspoonful of cold water. Flavor with vanilla and pour out in sherbet cups to set. Serve top ped with whipped , cream and a sprinkling of nuts. Orange Cream. Beat until stiff one pint of. heavy cream. Soak half a package of gelatin in a cupful of cold water until dissolved. Beat the yolks of three eggs j add the strained juice of two large oranges and the rind of one. Add a cupful of boiling water, frhe eggs, vand cook until thick, then add the softened gelatin , and a cup ful of powdered sugar. Pour into halves of oranges to mold. Kumquats make a good garnish for this dish to be used when it is served In sherbet cups. , Apple Trifle. Take a pint of well seasoned apple sauce, put through a sieve and reheat. Soften half a pack age of gelatin in cupful of cold water and stir it into the hot sauce. When well dissolved and the sauce Is quite cold, fold in a pint of whipped cream flavored with nutmeg or grated lemon peel, or with any desired flavor. Turn into a mold that has , been wet with cold water and let stand in a cold place for soveral hours. Serve un molded on a platter, surrounded with custard or with whipped cream. Fats in the Body. Fats In the body occur under the skin in the muscles and around certain organs. They act as a protection for the body against Injury and serve as a stored supply of fuel. In case food can Dot be taken. Fats are liquid in the body nd are stored in albuminous .cells. Transoms can be raised and lowered Hked a window shade with a devlc In Oregon inventor has patented. nfc imam imfin , U . S. Increases Crop Acreage More Than 56,000.000 Acres Are Added in the Last ' Ten Years, Government Statistics Show More than 56,000,000 acres have been added to the country's aggre gate crop acreage in the last ten years. Statistics announced by the depart ment of agriculture show the country's aggregate last year to have been 367,738,000 acres, or 605,840 square miles. That is more than one-fifth of the total land area of continental United States, almost 2y2 times the size of the state of Texas and about ten times the land area of the entire New England 'states. The number of farms in the United States is esti mated at 6,717,000. Texashas the largest aggregate crop acreage with 25,328,000 acres, or a little more than one-sixth of her total land area. ( Kansas is second with 22,588,000 acres, or almost one-half of her entire land area. Illinois is third with 21,727.000 acres, or about three-sevenths of her land area. Iowa is in fourth place with 21,613,000 acres, which is about three sevenths of her land area. The aggregate crop acreage, which includes those of corn, wheat, barley, oats, rye, buckwheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes, tobacco, flax, rice, hay, cotton, peanuts, kafir, beans, broom corn, hops and cranberries, and the number of farms by states, follow : State 1918. Maine 1,633,000 New Hampshire 592,000 Vermont 1,307,000 Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut . . New York . . . New Jersey . f Pennsylvania . Delaware Maryland Virginia West Virginia North Carolina South ' Carolina Georgia . 674,000 88,000 , 601.000 8509,000 1,183,000 8,877,000 526V000 2.254.000 5,577,000 2,351,000 7,832,000 6,992,000 12,624,000 1,563,000 11,462,000 12,764,000 21,727,000 8,808,000 9,526,000 16,003,000 21,613,000 15,232,000 18,298,000 15,845,000 18,646.000 22,588,000 6,922,000 7,252,000 , 10,569,KX 8,089,000 4,981,000 25,328.000 13,744,000 7,399,000 4.845,000 1,569,000 4.060,000 1,485,000 477,000' 1,095,000 448,000 2,136,000 3,649,000 2,768,000" 5,927,000 Florida Ohio .. 't rm it- Indiana ....... niinois Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota " v i. . . Iowa . . ..... . . . . Missouri North Dakota . South Dakota Nebraska Kansas . . T. . . Kentucky Tennessee ... Alabama Mississippi . Louisiana . . Texas . . Oklahoma v . . Arkansas . . , Montana . . . Wyoming , . . Colorado L . . New Mexico Arizona . . Utah ... Nevada., Idaho Washington Oregon California . . 4 ' a United States .367.738.000 OF INTEREST TO POULTRY GROWERS ' It Is especially important that sur plus cockerels be utilized as capons to Increase the meat supply. Capons, or male birds whose reproductive or gans haVe .been, removed. Increase In weight and their meat Is of good qual ity. : ; :' ..:,-' V;-, , To determine the best time to capon Ize one should be guided by the age and size of the bird. A cockerel two to four months of age and . weighing one and a half to two' and a half pounds is a convenient-sized bird with which to work: r Inere are three essentials to good results In caponlzing. First, the bird should not be fed for, 36 hours prior to the operation so that the Intestines will be empty and the reproductive organs exposed ; second, the operation should be performed In a strong light in , order that the " organs may be clearly distinguished ; third, one should have a good set of tools. The skilled operator can' caponize. a bird in a short time. Birds which have been operated on should be placed in a house from which the roosts have been removed. Give caponized birds a .soft feed for ten days after the operation, after which they may be placed on a scratch food ration The wet feed may consist of two pounds corn meal, one pound of bran and one pound of middlings mixed with skimmilk or buttermilk. The first two weeks capons should be examined for "windpuffs." These pan bt easily relieved by pricking the skin with a needle or a knife. Two or three weeeks prior to marketing, con fine and fatten capons in crates. Ev en: ounce of gain at this time adds to the appearance of and the profits from the bird. People Adapt taste to Foods Nature Provides in the Most Abundance Men asuallv adapt their taste to those foods which nature provides in the most abundance and most easily procured, according to a survey maae of the American continent. In the northern part of Canada the Eskimos and Canadian Indians place their chief dpnendence for food and clothing upon the caribou, or American reindeer, but nre chaneine to the seal, where the caribou migrate southward. In the early days the Indians of the plains relied UDon the bison. Along the Co lumbia river, noted for its salmon, fish was the prevailing food of the Indi ans, while acorns and smaller seeds formed the principal diet of the In dians in California. On the plains or Argentina in South America the -gua-naco took the place of the caribou of thp north In the economic life of the natives!?. In the Atlantic coast region from Argentina to Hudson bay the Indians c-altivnted maize, manioc and kther crors. History proves that the 1909. Farms. 1.588,065 60,000 593,093 27,000 1,203,795 " 33,000 654.844 37,000 84,207 , 5,000 534,846 27,000 8,387,731 215,000 1,114,903 - 33,000 7,826,562 218,000 438,522 11,000 1,934,954 ' 50,000 4,256,226 195,000 1.874.382 100,000 5,737,037 275,000 5,152,847 190,000 9.662.383 330,000 1,223,078 56,000 11,431,610 270,000 11,331,395 ' 215,000 20,273,916 .i . 245,000 8,198,578 209,000 8,555,080 ; 182,000 14,731,464 157,000 20,374,925 . 215,000 14,335,588 ' 275,000 15,888,756 '; 95,000 12,226,772 ' 95,000 17,231,205 135,000 19,900,750 180,000 6,046,819 : ' 270,000 6,365,143 ! ' 260,000 7,205,239 280.000 6,158,719 295,000 3,586,348 ; 123,000 18,389,092 ' 450,000 11,921,670 220,000 5,376,484 230,000 1,84813 36,000 786,650 15,000 2,614,312 60,000 632,769 45,000 ', 190,982 13,000 755370 24,000 392,387 3,000 1.638,479 - 38,000 3,431,273 70,000 2,281,288 v 52,000 4,924,733 98,000 611,293,382 6.717,000 , Awful Prospect. "I heard of a man who is going to have a rabbit's eye grafted in his face." . .' ' ; "Great Scott I ,. Suppose he takes to nibbling at all the people he meets with cabbage heads." ' At His Best. Yeast But he's too old to work now. Isn't he? ; , Or lmsonbeak ; Indeed, not' Why, he's doing his best work now. -Really?" "Truly. He just worked me for $5." - V ', .The Elusive Desire. ' "There is really only one thing the selfish person wants." . ' ' . "And what's that r . . x "Just what he hasn't got." Own Yer Own, Anyhow. "Well, after all," murmured : the chronic quoter, "there is no place like home." "Yep," answered the facetious feller, "that's the reason the clubs and the motion-pictnre theaters do such a rushing business." Getting Acquainted. "Moved, eh?" "Yes." "Getting acquainted with the neigh bors on the block?" "Rapidly. Tommy has fought with all the children on one side of the growing of( these food plants origi nated in America, as they were well known to the Indians before Euro peans crossed the sea. Men Who Want More. Bolsheviki means "men who want more." It is the name of the Russian party which advocates the upsetting of all government. Spartacan means a member of the Spartacist party in Germany, which Is a faction of the social democrats. The party adopted its. name from Spartacu-s, leader in the slave war against Rome (73-71 B. C), a Thracian , by birth, who organized the Roman slaves in rebellion. Who Belong to Latin Race. i . The Latin race or races is a gen eral term, including the Frtnch, the Spanish, the Italians and the Portu guese, all of whom speak languages derived from the Latin. The ancient Latin to no longer popularly spoken. Nearly all the people of South America belong' to the Latin race- , , . . . , Suggestions to Those Who , Contemplate Having The'r Photographer Make Rcture There is more In getting a photo graph than simply going to a photog rapher. He must know his business and you must know yours, otherwise, the result will be likeness that la neither flattering nor truthful. t If you are short and stout, advises an authority, don't ask the poor artist to make a picture of you full length. He w4JI if 'you Insist, but he knows he is doing a great wrong thereby. Noth ing is so graceful , and pleasing in a picture of a stout lady as a sitting at half-length, the figure so turned as to hide the stoutness. x Again, if you are slim and angular, do not for an instant forget that a full length figure will make you appear more slim and angular. Then the pretty bust picture is your only hope, and you should Insist on having none ' other. If a gentleman has a very long neck no matter how nicely he looks in a high collar his picture, If taken In such a high affair, would look gro tesque. A short neck and high collar, and long neck and a low turned-down collar, by all means. No loud stripes, no "great checks, no striking figures should be worn in a photograph. One thing bear In mind when you visit the studio bring along your home expression. Don't spend two days before you come to the studio practicing poseS and different expres sions before your mirror, and, lastly, give the photographer the benefit of exercising his artistic and professional ability. I BUGLE BLASTS The thump of the heart is the j; best drum-beat. Keep step with 'j it. , '.,;; -' V . . ' , i In war, selfishness Is a mighty poor bomh-proof . " r ' "Late advices indicate -that the ;: Huns , continue to . fight ." and whine. , . . ? Kingly tradition Is last year's bird's nest of politics. . . . The gilded helmet has taken its place on the dump with the cracked tea-kettle. - ' - The Banana DescribpaV ' The banana . has only ' , won wide favor In, England during the" past quarter century. It was not unknown, however, half a '' century ago, for . B. XL. Blanchard, , the dramatist, records In his ' "Autobiography'July 7, 1864 tasted bananas for the first timer a vegetable 1 sausage tasting like " mar row flavored with pineapple." ; Economy Defined. .LearnJng to prolong the utility of every article to the; uttermost," is a definition of the word conservation. "Making full se of everything, be fore you buy more," Is another definl 'tion. street and is making headway bri the other." ; ' . . - - . Just a Suggestion. . r "Will you have anything in this lem onade! sir?" 1 ... - f "You. might put in some sugar : and lemon Julce."--Judge. t ' ! - 1 -i -i . Irresponsible Archeology. The old Egyptians wrote with chis els on blocks ofstone." t V "Owing, possibly, to a temporary shortage of . white papyrus." ' ... . . .. . w. t ... 1 . .... . . A Drawback, "A woman can make any man pro pose to her se pleases." ' - 'Certainly she can, but some wom en can't please any." . t. Kitchen Colloquy. "Is de left hind foot of a rabbit a sign of luck?" . . , ! "Tis," remarked Mr. Erastus Pink ley, 'It you owns de rest of de rabbit." " A Proof. . "They say she is wildly ' wastefuL" ! "So she Is. I counted three lumps of coal lying oh her pavement after the coal cart , had ' driven off." v ' Her Kind of '.Style. ' : "Has the young lady (next door to you much to finish in her piano play ing?" "I should say not. 'She never stops." ( ' Its Sort. ' "When one of the crowd made a taunting remark to another, the latter drew a knife on him." -, "What a cutting retort." Rara Avis. He I can't praise that play; it is contrary to nature. She How so? He One of the prominent charac ters is a content ed wife. Physical Impossibility. "There cannot be many rumors la this place." "Why not?" ' "Because the atmosphere is so cose.,, True. "What spoiled children they have!" "Yes. Isn't it queer? Everybody except us seems to have spoiled chil dren." . . - . Singing Insect, : Singing insects ; are among the na tiiral curiosities of Japan. The most prized of these is a black boetle named "susumushl," which means "Insect bell." The sound that It emits resem bles that of a little silver lieJU -. TUio umniflM SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking Lydia E. 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' , ..j '. , - ; -:On. the 'Fence.";-".;- man whose heavy thoughts had worn wrinkles up and down his forehead, "In -a Hades of fire and brimstone, where evil ; souls " are sent to sizzle, for all eternity?" . . ' ' ; .. . ,l. - "Well," responded the chronic con- - Blderer,- Mas" a matter ' of ? reality, I don't;. but as. a matter of advisability . I ' certainly do.? " ' : Some. men, like wells,. are driven to drink. - , , ' S --.- '" . ' " i i . f j " '" - Politeness will often lose a man his seat in a crowded car. - ... Work Too Hard ? Ibis time of the year bnd everyone harrying to eet the home cleaned up for summer. It's pleasure, too. when you're well, but no man or woman with a "bad ; back" enjoys . doing anything. Jf your back id. lame, if sharp twinges catch . yon , when lifting and you - feel tired and worn out, kidney- weakness ia likely causing your trouble. . Don't wait! Delay may cause - gravel, dropsy or Bright" disease. 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