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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., OCTOBER 27.
Modish Knitted Outerwear; Turbans Again Are Popular SPORTS apparel departments and specialty shops are fairly bubbling ver this sen son with new ideas In odlsh knitted outerwear. As one views these garments, whose novelty and charm Is of thrilling Interest, the wonderment Is that only comparative ly In the last few years have we frown into an appreciation of the ar tistry of things knitted. What witli Insistent appeal of Ingenious design. The turbun is a classic In millinery and, while large. Irregular and pic turesque tints are flourishing like the green bay treo, at the some time new honors are being thrust upon the tur ban and other sninll hats. American women like tliem, especially for the street and in winter time. They are enthusiastic over the spirited and flut tering styles which the present sea son hns presented, and are devoted Interesting Models in Knitted Wear. style motif and intriguing color, we find the inclination grows to plan to a great extent one's autumn and win ter wardrobe In terms of knitted outerwear. With the college girl the cloth skirt and gay colored sweater Is taking the place of the sleeveless dress, which was such a vital part of the campus wardrobe last year. Slipons are the kind most called for and these come In an entirely different range of ef fects from other seasons. Among the latest types Is the blouse with collar, cuffs end tight hip band of black, while the body ana sleeves are made of vertical stripes In many well-harmonized colors. With knitted dresses, &carf sets, also knitted, are very popular. There Is a new slynx scarf which has a loop stitch that gives It the effect of knitted astrakhan. Herewith Is shown one of the popular brush wool sets, which are admirably worn with suits and sweaters. Toxedo sweater coats, all of fine silk, are a happy possession for any time of the year. In woolen- knit tux- partlcularly to the trlcorn In Its sev eral developments. A group of five handsome models gives a hint of the varied types of turbans thut have been successful. De signers have everything at hand to make brilliant, and even gorgeous, bits of nendwear, for the small bat can afford to be very rich and ornate. Velvet Is the medium which has been chosen for the two bats at the top of the group. In the hat at the left It Is shown covered with shir rings over heavy cord. This Is a youthful model finished at the right side with a handsome rosette of silk. A more matronly affair at the right is entirely of velvet with a twisted collar about the crown and an Immense chon of shirred velvet at the front, cen tered with small silver blossoms on each side. Just below, the Hindu model made of mallnes belongs to any age, and Is developed In many colors. For evening a sparkling, upstanding ornament Is often added. One Interpretation of the Hindu tur ban appears at the left of the group, made of sliver tissue, but It appear Ml 2 rJ f t TJ Five Handsome Turban Models. edoa. checkered or plalded effects are attained In the stitch and not by con trasting color, such as Is noted In the illustration herewith. Speaking of knitted hats, these also express extreme novelty. We picture a handsome type which has the effect of the modish Hindu wrapped turban. It Is knitted in colors alternating around the crown a section of blue with white. It la well to know that manufactur ers have made provision for cold weather requirements and slipon sweaters are Of much heavier weight than those sold In the summer. Some extremely handsome numbers show an embroidery of rich design, and this marks an innovation in sweaterdom. Navajo all-over patterns are in star tling colors and this Is the sort which appeals to the athletic girl. In velvet and In combinations of vel vet and metallic fabrics, as well, and there are nmny ways of adding a touch of trimming to It. Velvet and soutache braid make the charming tur ban that finishes the group. It dif fers in shape from all the rest. Is be coming to matronly wearers, and Is one of those unusual hats that may be worn anywhere. The future of the turban Is brilliant In more senses than one, for It Is scheduled to be worn as a dance hat during the coming winter. Made of cloth of gold or silver, It Is embroid ered with colored silk floss and adorned with gold or silver beads. Effects Are Brilliant. Black continues to bold its popular ity, bat It is usually the background for brilliant effects In beading and em broidery. Beaded voiles are shown, sometimes with the beads forming a paisley design. There are also beaded velvets. Blouses. Over-the-sklrt and tuck-In blouses divide favor about half and half this autumn. The tailored models are principally tuck-ins. Striped crepe de chines are liked. There are semi tailored georgettes and crepes with a Jabot front. Tailored blouses have full length sleeves, but dressy blouses have either three-quarter fancy sleeves or full length draped sleeves. These latter have round necks. Fur Coats Hip Length. Smart fur coats are made hip length, and terminate In a snng band The shawl collar, or the close Russian choker Is the favorite neck arrange, ment Kitchen Cabinet !:. W extern Newspaper Union.) Here are hate and gred and badness, Here are love and friendship, too. But the most of It la gladness When at last we've run It through. Could we only understand It As we shall some distant dajr. We should see that He who planned It Knew our needs along the way. Edgar Quest GOOD THINGS YOU WILL LIKE A green pepper stuffed with a good flavored filling and baked until the pepper is wen done, Is a dish not to be refused. Stuffed Peppers. The proportion of filling will depend- upon the size and number of the peppers to be filled. Take a smnll piece of cooked ham, put through the meat grinder one-hulf cupful will season four peppers add one-half cupful of cooked veal, also put through the meat grinder, a cupful or more of bread crumbs, an egg to bind, seasoning of salt and pepper, a dash of onion Juice and a teaspoonful of peanut butter with a handful of walnuts finely minced, well blended; this makes a most delicious filling. Cover the tops with well-buttered crumbs and cook until well-browned In a moderate oven. Floating Peaches. Combine one cupful of milk with three-fourths of a cupful of peach Juice, one teaspoon ful of grated lemon rind, two table spoonfuls of sugar, one-eighth of a tea siKKinful of salt, and place In the top of a double boiler. When hot add three and one-half teaspoonfuls of cornstarch mixed with one-fourth cup ful of peach Juice and stir until thick. Cook for 25 minutes, then add slowly to a well-beaten egg. Return to the double boiler, add 12 marshmallows and cook five minutes. Remove from the fire, add flavoring, pour into indi vidual serving dishes, a half of a canned peach on each and In each peach cavity a small spoonful of the custard; in this place a marshmallow. Serve with cream. Peanut Loaf. Dissolve one-half tea spoonful of beef extract In one-half cupful of hot water, add It to one and one-half cupfuls of ground pea nuts, one cupful each of cooked rice and bread crumbs and one-half cup ful of thick tomato sauce. Mold Into loaf, butter well and place In a pan with a tablespoonful of drippings. Bake for 40 minutes In a moderate oven. Serve with more tomato sauce. Caramel Icing. Cook two and one half cupfuls of light brown sugar and one and one-fourth cupfuls of cream until a soft ball Is made when dropped In cold water. Just before taking from the fire add a tablespoon ful of butter and a teaspoonful of vanilla. When a smile or cheerful greetln Means so much to fellows bo re. Seems we ought to keep repeatln' Smiles an' praises more and more. Edgar Quest. WHEY AND ITS USES In the Journal of Household Eco nomics the statement Is made that any Infant that can live at all may be reared on whey, made by rennet, using the rennet tablets, with skim milk, cream, milk sugar, modified to suit the needs of the child. Whey Is valu able because of Its abun dant mineral content In natural physical solution. Some of the older housekeepers still use whey, when obtainable. In the preparation of bread: the whey is used In place of milk and water, mak ing a very wholesome, tasty loaf. The whey should be scalded before using. In some of the foreign countries a cheese Is made from whey; In this country both butter and cheese are made from it. Whey combinations with fruit Juices are especlully good; the slightly acid whey Is particularly delicious In frozen dishes. Whey Pie. Mix two-thirds of a cup ful of sugar with three teaspoonfuls of cornstarch and add to one cupful of boiling whey. Cook the mixture until the cornstarch Is well cooked. then add two beaten egg yolks, one tablespoonful of melted butter, pinch of salt and the grated rind and Juice of a lemon; cook two minutes, then pour Into a baked pastry shell. Cover the top with a meringue prepared by beating the whites of the eggs, add ing two tablespoonfuls of sugar and a few drops of lemon flavoring. Bake In a slow oven. Whey pie is a close rival of the popular lemon pie. Whey Sponge. Take two cupfuls of whey, two tablespoonfuls of gel atin, one-third of a cupful of water, two-thirds of a cupful of sugar, one egg white, one cupful of grated raw carrot, the grated rind and Juice of half a lemon. Soak the gelatin' in cold water,- dissolve over hot water. Mix the gelatin with the whey, add the sugar and set the mixture in a pan of ice-water. When It begins to thicken around the edges, beat well with a dover egg beater, add lemon Juice, rind and carrot. Fold In the well-beaten white and turn the mix ture Into a mold. Law That Never Falls. Short measure In the market-place may slightly Increase the bank ac count for the time being, but will not in the long run. For out of human experience came the admonition: "With what measure ye mete, the same shall be meted unto you." Men ire finding this so today. Grit. Aids to Virtue. The two greatest aids to virtue are a ':!il ami the knowledge that the neighbors are watching. Baltimore Says It Made a New Person of Her Thousands of people needlessly en dure a half-sick, nervous, run-down condition when they might enjoy sturdy, robust health and all its mani fold blessings If they only knew what to do. People in this condition find Tanlac soon ends their trouble and builds up abundance of strength, en ergy and vitality, lira. Paul Lavreau, 67 S. Fltzhugh St., Rochester, N. T., says : "Sometime ago my health and strength left me all at once. I lost nineteen pounds in a short time and could hardly stay up. I gained five pounds on two bottles of Tanlac and it has made me perfectly well and strong again." Nervousness and a run-down, tired- out feeling are but symptoms of a hidden cause, which usually lies In the stomach. Tanlac enables you to digest your food properly, eliminate waste and regain your old time strength and vigor. Get a bottle today at any good druggist Advertisement Her Military Aunt Mrs. Smallwaist was annoyed. Her maid was always going out "Sarah," said Mrs. Smallwaist, "I cannot have you continually going out Next Sunday you must stay at home.' "Oh, but ma'am. I've promised my aunt to spend the afternoon with her. It was Just then that little Jackie chipped In. "Do let her go, ma I" he said. "Her aunt has been made a sergeant, and he's got a new coat with stripes on! Minneapolis Tribune. Does this smoker know what he's talking about? He says the best pipe of the day is the first one A smoker from ZanesviUe, Ohio, who prefers to conceal his identity under the initials "A.K.K.," insists that the after-breakfast pipe is far and away the best pipe of the day. "Of course,' writes A.K.K., "it depends somewhat on the breakfast. I couldn't gee much joy out of a pipe after getting up from burnt oatmeal, bad coffee, and soggy toast. But after one of the breakfasts my wife can turn out, that's different! " Then when I step out on the porch and light up the old pipe, I very nearly approach the pinnacle of my day. As I figure it, one puff after breakfast is worth a dozen puffs after dinner. "Somehow the tobacco has a flavor early in the morning that it never quite approaches later in the day. "It may be that a cool pipe draws better. I don't know. It may be the tobacco or the pipe, or just me. I only know that I like the first pipe of the day the best "But please don't let this preference of mine for an early- morning pipe in any way injure my standing as an in veterate pipe smok er. I smoke from breakfast until bed time and get a lot of pleasure out of each pipe provided always that I use the right kind of to bacco." At this point it seems only fair to admit that A.K.K. is an Edge worth smoker. Has been for the last ten years and expects to be for the rest of his life. Thousands and thousands of smok ers all over the country have discov ered that Edgeworth is just the "right kind of tobacco" to suit their tastes. Edgeworth may or may not be the right kind of tobacco for you. At least we want to give you the opportunity of finding out just what you do think about it Just jot your name and address down on a postal and we will send you immediately free samples, both of Edgeworth Plug Slice and Ready Rubbed. If you will also include the name and address of the dealer from whom you usually purchase your to bacco supplies, we will appreciate the favor. Edgeworth is sold in various sizes to suit the needs and means of all pur chasers. Both Edgeworth Plug Slice and Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed are packed in small, pocket-size packages, in handsome tin humidors, and also in various handy in-between sizes. For the free samples address Larus & Brother Company, 44 South 21st Street, Richmond, Va. To Retail Tobacco Merchants: If your jobber cannot supply you with Edgeworth, Larus & Brother Com pany will gladly send you prepaid by parcel post a one- or two-dozen carton of any size of Edgeworth Plug Slice or Ready-Rubbed for the same price you would pay the jobber. A Reminder. A man was almost frantic with toothache. The only other person In the room was his pompous, pedantic, matter-of-fact aunt. Presently the man burst out : "Oh, I wish to goodness people were born without teeth." His aunt glanced op from her paper. "A moment's consideration, my deat Alfred," she said, "will remind you that thnt Is precisely what does happen." And she went on reading. Everybody wants to boss somebody and there Is alwny: somebody wh wants to boss everybody. Refreshes Weary Eyes When Your Eyes feel Dull end Heavy, use MwWne. k In stantly RelteveacHatTiredFeclfnM Makes them Clear, Brihe and Sparkling. Harmless. Sold and Recommended by All Druggist. LIVE STOCK FACTS SOUND POINTS ON BABY BEEF Producer Generally Finds It Neces sary to Breed His Own Stock Wei I-Bred Cows Best. The producer of baby beef gen erally finds It necessary to breed his own stock. Calves with the con formation and quality to finish at 18 months of age are seldom bought on the market in any numbers of uniform type, and at a figure where they can be profitably fed out Older and plainer stock can be bought for less money, will make larger gains, and sell at about the same price a hundred pounds as the finished calf. The problem for the producer of baby beef is to get his raw material of the proper quality as cheaply as possible, and in the opinion of N. K. Carnes of the live stock division at University farm, he can generally do this best by keeping a herd of real, well-bred beef cows, and by feeding and caring for them economically, The feed and care of the cow will be charged against the fatted calf. "The majority of beef producers," says Mr. Carnes, "prefer to have their calves dropped In the spring of the year. The calves can run with their dams on pasture during the summer, and be weaned in the fall about the time they go Into winter quarters. By this practice, the beef cows can be wintered more - econom ically. They require less shelter and labor, and less concentrated food than when they are suckling calves. A beef cow of good type will sup port a calf and keep her own flesh on pasture without any grain. When the pasture is short or dry, silage A Purebred Bull Builds Up a Herd. can be generally fed at a profit Breeding cows can be wintered well on good legume hay or on carbon aceous roughages with some nitrog enous concentrates to balance the ration. The beef cow should utilize the roughage on a farm to main tain her body weight The high priced concentrates can be fed more economically to her growing calf. "Regular care, with plenty of pure water and salt will go a long way toward keeping a cow In condition. Do not let her get down thin, because it always costs money to put on flesh, and she must be In condition If she Is to raise a healthy, vigorous calf." TAKE CARE OF BOAR'S FEET Many Superior Animals Have Been Ruined Because Owner Neglected His Toe Nails. Did you ever see a big boar stum bling around with his toes spread out and his pasterns down nearly to the ground? Certainly you have. Many a good boar has been ruined because his owner did not take care of the animal's feet. In trimming the boar's feet, first gain the confidence of the animal. Be patient and quiet with him and you can do almost anything with a boar; but just as soon as you antagonize him, it will be Impossible to accomplish anything. Scratch the boar on the flank and he will He down and stretch out so that it Is possible to get at his feet without causing him any discomfort At the same time you will have him In a position to do the work with the least effort on your part. Use a sharp knife and pare off the bottom of the foot. Trim the toe back until you reach the quick ; you will do no harm If you draw a little blood as it Is nec essary to trim into the quick in order to get shortness of toe. Each time that you trim the foot you will be able to shorten the toe a little more, so that by patient effort even a bad foot can be shaped up nicely and trained to grow in the correct shape. SOW-FEED AT WEANING TIME Object Is to Check Secretion of Milk- Dry Oats Are Safe Feed for Short Period. When pigs are weaned the feed should be cut down to check the secre tion of milk. Dry oats make a safe feed for a sow for a few days. If the udder gets very full, It is a good plan to turn the sow in with the pigs once a day for a few days. By this system the sow's milk supply Is reduced, and she Is dried up gradually. Alfalfa for Hogs Is New. Feeding alfalfa to hogs Is compar atively new. A new thing can be In jured by Its over-zealous friends as well as by Its foes. Light Shoats Money Losers. The 75-pound and the 10O-pound shoats at six months are money losers, not mortgage lifters. Provide Shade and Water. Shade and clean water during the sumner months are essential to suc cessful pork production. Control Sheep Parasites. If sIippd are frequently chanced from one pasture to another, stomach orms and other parasites may be controlled. Keep Roosters Out. Keen the male out of the breeding pen except during the season when eggs are wanted for hatching purposes. Avoid Stunting Pigs. Whatever else may be said about It, It Is absolutely certain thai there Is no profit In stunting pigs. Madam, Raisins Cost Less Now So Get Their Benefits and Their Flavor in Scores of Attractive, Money-Saving Foods DUE to greatly increased crops, even though production costs are still much higher than in pre-war days, raisins now cost almost as little as before the war. Use this luscious, energizing, healthfulfood lavishly, therefore, in scores of "plain foods" like rice pudding, boiled rice, bread pudding, Indian pudding, and in cake, cookies, pie, and with the children's cereals, to give them "lux ury flavors" at "plain food" costs. Raisins are both good and good for you. So take advantage of these lower prices now. Sun-Maid Raisins Seeded Seedless Clusters Not More Than 20c Your retailer should ell yon San-Maid Seeded Raiaina in 15 oz. blua package for not mora than 20c. Packed under most sanitary conditions in f resh,clean cartons. Very highest quality. Insist on Sun-Maid Brand, the kind that you know is good. New II oz. Package Your retailer should tell you Sun-Maid Seeded aal Seediest Raisins in 11 oz. package for aot more than lie Not More Than 18c Your retailer should tell Ton Sun-Maid Seedless Raiiina in IS oz. red package, for not mora than 18c Evidently Christians. An American family living in China recently hired two servants from Nan king, a missionary center. According ly, the new servants were Christians. Another Chinese servant In the family discovered the newcomers' religion and reported the fact to his mistress. Asked how he knew the new boys were Chris tians, he suid: "Oh, they know all about God, Jesus Christ, and Santa Claus." Count 100 before speaking If you are angry, and If the other fellow Is the bigger, count 10.000. Bunyan'a Valley of Humiliation. This Valley of Humiliation Is of itself as fruitful a place as any the crow flies over. It Is the best and most fruitful piece of ground 'In all" these parts. Behold how green this valley Is ; also how beautified with lilies. I have known many laboring men that have got good estates In this Valley of Humiliation, for "God re sisteth the proud, but glveth grace to the humble." John Bunyan. Would we only allow knit clothing to be fashionable half our clothes could be made at home. .. 510 f.cb. Flint, Mich. 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet Roadster This car averages the lowest operating cost per mile. It has style, finish and equipment that completely out classes all competition in its field. It is the ideal car for daily use by farmers, salesmen, business or professional people, and all who want the most economical trans portation for one or two passengers, with ample rear compartment for samples, luggage, etc. QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and added improvements. ECONOMY has been still further increased by engi neering refinements and greatly broadened production and distribution facilities. SERVICE is now offered on a flat rate basis by 1 0,000 dealers and service stations. PRICE remains the same, in spite of added equipment and more expensive construction, which have greatly increased value. Some distinctive features of the new line are: stream line body design with high hood and crowned, paneled fenders; vacuum feed and rear gasoline tank on all models; drum type head lamps with legal lenses. Cur tains open with doors of open models. Closed models have Fisher Bodies with plate glass Ternstedt regulated windows, straight side cord tires, sun visor, windshield wiper and dash light. The Sedanette is equipped with auto trunk on rear. See these remarkable cars. Study the specifications. Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan SUPERIOR Two Passenger Roadster - - - - -SUPERIOR Five Passenger Touring - - - - -SUPERIOR Two Passenger Utility Coupe - - -SUPERIOR Four Passenger Sedanette - - - -SUPERIOR Five Passenger Sedan - - - - -SUPERIOR Light Delivery $510 525 680 850 860 510 Nothing Compares With Jbr Economical Transportation w- Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan Division of General Motors Corporation World's Largest Manufacturer of Low-Priced QUALITY Automobiles. There are 1 0,000 Chevrolet Dealers and Serv ice Stations Throughout the World. Dealers and Parts Depots Wanted in all territory not adequately covered.