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THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
CHECK NEEDED TOUCHING UP
r DO YOU NEED
Hats for Every Face
Bapk Cashier Handled the Subject
Diplomatically. Uut Sensitive Mr.
Brushly Was Annoyed.
'This chock of yours," Hnld tho
large-hearted cashier to Brushly, tho
Impressionist painter, "Ib drawn ex
In tho displays of iuv millinery that
nro of paramount Interest just now
women complain that the groat variety
in style and design in new hats Is be
wildering. There are so many shapes
to chooso from! Shall tho lint be
made of velvet or hatter's plush or
felt or velour or fur or selected from
among the Innumerable combinations
of theoo and other fabrics? What Is
tho wisest choice In a season not domi
nated by a few styles?
Such a season leaves the individual
to her own resources In making a
choice. But It affords her a chance to
exercise fine judgment In suiting her
millinery to her own particular type.
There are few freakish styles. In spito
of this wonderful variety in hats, and
thoro Is a hat for every face.
One cannot go wrong in choosing
velvet or any of tho materials men
tioned. Colors are dark and rich, and
trimmings correspond. Metallic laces
and braids, elaborate beadwork, silk
and velvet flowers (and those covered
withtlnsol), ribbons of high luster, and
rich ostrich plumes, are set off by the
hats of beautiful and sedate colorB
that form tho best of backgrounds for
them. Fur and the most elaborate and
carefully made fancy feathers, or the
peculiar now cut steol ornaments pro
vide many novelties in tho way of
Two Play Frocks
Summer or winter, the plaj and
school frocks of tho very small girl
uro made of materials that can bo
washed. Durable linen in tho natural
or In gay colors, wash flannel, pique,
gingham, chambray, kindergarten
cloth, all present themselves to tho
hand of tho seamstress, in plain plaid
and striped designs. Very littlo trim
ming is used and littlo girls' frocks
must depend for their stylo on color,
cut and combinations of plaid or
striped with plain material.
But if good tasto prohibits much
trimming on tho clothes of the little
miss It encourages a bit of pretty
needlework and oddities in cut. So
long as tho designer does not depart
from simplicity or unbroken lines sho
may indulgo her fancy for unusual
shaped yokes, sleeves and yoke in ono.
and quaint affects In finishing touches.
Tho two littlo frocks pictured hero
nro of tho ovoryday sort that mothers
nro making up-iti heavy linens and
other wash fabrics. In thorn tho little
girl may romp along with her broth
ers; they aro designed for mtuth wear.
At tho left a plain dress is shown
trimmings, unlike any that have gone
Threo of tho now patterns aro
shown in the group pictured hero. Tho
small hat at the top has a coronet of
velvet which Is wldo at tho back but
narrowed to a small upturned brim at
the front. A brilliant corded silk cov
ers tho crown and the inside of the
coronet, forming a binding about tho
edge of tho hat. Two smart, upstand
ing plumes at tho back, tukon with
the shape of the hat, suggest a mili
At the left a wlde-brlinmed hat with
soft crown is made of velvet. Tho
brim Is curved in gentle and grace
ful lines. A metallic braid and a large
llower, which looks like the airiest of
nTlgrce, make up the simple and very
At the right a felt hat faced with
velvet shows another of the plctur
esque wide-brimmed 'models. In this
hat the crown is higher. Wide moire
ribbon and silver lace adorn the un
usual shape, in which tho brim Is
deeply slashed at each side.
Boll the Meat.
When making croquettes of left-over
moat it is much hotter to boll the meal
until it is very tender.
in Tub Materials
made of dark hi no linen with collur,
cuffs and belt of tan linen. It has a
short opening at the front with eye
lets worked In tan floss In a close,
oven buttonhole stitch on each side.
It slips on over the head and fastens
by means of narrow ribbon in black or
dark blue laced through the eyelets.
A bit of needlework appears on the
cuffs and collar in a small embroidered
disk of the same size as tho eyelets.
A dress of striped pique or otlior
striped material Ib pictured at the
right. It is mndo with a set-on belt,
and two plaits appear at each side, in
tho skirt portion, below the bolt. The
collar tin J cuffs In whlto aro edged
with a plain buttonholo-stitchod scal
lop, ami this simple edging finishes
tho plait which covers tho front open
ing. A double row of round buttons is set
down tho front, and two larger buttons'
of the tmino kind fasten through but
tonholes in tho ends of tho belt, which
Is stitched to tho dross only along tho
upper edgo nt tho sides and back.
This makes It convenient to launder
tho dress. JULIA BOTTOMLEY.
If you cannot net to meter nil tho
music of your soul,
Then let lt heavenly harmony your
dally Ilfo control;
Until from out tho discord of life's
bitterness and pain
Swoct symphonies shall rise nor your
life-sons bo In vain.
SOME QUICK DESSERTS.
Toast crackers and put a spoonful
of Jelly or Jam on each. Whip cream,
llnvor with vanilla and
heap on tho Jolly. Sprin
klo with grated cocoa
nut or chopped nuts U
whipped cream Is not
dJs Open a can of poaches
or any canned fruit, pour
oft tho sirup and boll It up with sugar
to make a rich sauco. tluttcr crack
ers, place tho p-aches on them, sprin
kle with sugar and put another crack
er on top. Put Into tho ovon long
enough to heat through and servo with
hot fruit Banco.
Jelly Pancakes. Make n batter of a
cupful of milk, a cupful of Hour, ono
teaspoonful of baking powder nnd a
quarter of a teaspoonful of salt. Beat
an egg, add tho mill: and flour, beating
well, fry on a hot greased grlddlo.
Spread with jolly, roll up and Bprlnklo
with powdered sugar.
Raspberry Trifle. Lino a glass dish
with thin slices of sponge cake. Pour
over it raspberry Juice to soften It.
then lny over It a layer of wholo ber
ries. On this place another layer of
cake and another layor of raspberries.
Pour ovor all whipped sweetened
Banana Dessert. Sllco bananas
and sprinkle them with powdered su
gar, chopped nut meats and tho Juice
of hnlf n lemon. Surround with seed
ed raisins and serve with cream.
A few cookod prunes stirred into
sweetened nnd flavored whipped
cream and Borvcd on squares or Btrips
of cako makes a most tasty desBert.
Any kind of fruit may bo served in
tho samo way, pineapple Is especially
Cooked rice served with a hard
sauce, flavored with crushed, fresh
fruit, Is another good dessert.
Marmalade, cream cheese, dates,
figs and nuts In combination may be
used for sweet sandwich filling.
Maple sugar with chopped salted al
monds is ono that Is always liked.
Moisten tho sugar with thick crenm,
then add tho chopped nuts. Tho
browned almonds make a most appe
tizing flavor with tho mnplo sugar.
As ships meet at sen, a moment to
Rether, when words of Ereetlnjr must
bo Bpoken, and then away Into tho
deep, so men meet In this world; and I
think wo should cross no man's pnth
without hallliiK 1 1 tin. and. If ho needs,
Hiving him supplies. Henry Ward
To tell a cooked egg from a fresh
one, should they get mixed on tho
shelf, twirl tho egg
on a smooth sur
face. Tho cooked
egg will spin, the
raw will not.
A roll of Burgeon's
plaster will bo
found most useful
for many things
other than Its authorized purpose.
When making frosting use Instead
of fresh water that which has been
colored by cooked beets, Mix this
with powdered sugar and you have a
wholesome pink frosting.
When cooking milk, to keep it from
burning, put a few spoonfuls of water
in tho dish and when boiling add tho
Apples aro one of the most whole
some of fruits and should bo given
freely to children, especially In tho
winter. Cranberries are said to stimu
late the Hver.
For the overtired" housewife a most
restful attitude is to llo on the back
with, the feet elevated on a couple of
pillows or cuhions. Ten minutes In
this positiou will effect a wonderful
A splendid Idea to keep stockings
mated, especially in a largov family, is
to place good-sized patent fasteners on
the top horn of tho stockings, then
when tho hone are taken off they are
snapped together, may bo ho wnBhed,
and will return still united.
Never throw away old quilts, us they
make tho best kind of padding for a
When sweater sleeves become thin
at tho elbow, cut them out of the
arm hole and exchange them, putting
tho left sleeve Into the right arm
hole. This change brings the worn
part on the front of the sleeve.
Tho Minister's Wifo "Tho new cook
loft this morning, the ono you suid tho
Lord muBt hnvo sent." Tho Minister
"Well, dear, the Lord glvoth and tho
Lord takoth away. Blessed bo tho
name of tho Lord." Puck.
Neutrality for Him.
Prlsonor (on bolng asked, "What
say you, 'Guilty' or 'Not guilty?' ')
"Mo Lud, I leavo It to tho learned
counsels to fight It out between 'cm.
I'll be neutral." London Punch.
Wash hairbrushes In common bak
Ing-soda water; a teaspoonful to a plnl
of hot wnter. Dip tho brushes up nnd
down in this until clean, then rinse
In clenr water and dry, brlstlo-sldf
HuttoiiB will stay on longer If the
knot In tho thread Is put under the
button before beginning to sew it on
Tho tlush of youth soon pusses from
The spalls of fnney. from tho mind
The form may lose Its symmetry, Its
Hut tlmo can claim no victory o'er
THE EMERGENCY SHELF.
This Is a subject which hns boon
treated at length sovornl times, but
ono which is sc
important that It
noods to c o m f
often before us
T h o housewife
who has n well
cy sholf may be
assured that uc
sudden Inroad of unexpected companj
will causo her any Inconvenience
Hero nro some of tho many things1
which will bo useful, ulthough each
housowifo will find additions and
changes to make, sultnblo to her
First, hnvo a few catiB of good
soup. TIiIb, with some crisp crackers,
makes a line beginning to any hur
ried meal and may bo prepared almost
as quickly as It takos to write- It One
may add milk or cream to extend the
amount of these soups and UBitally It
On this shelf have a few cans of
fish, such as tunny or tuna, salmon
and crab or lobstor; theso muy be
used in various ways as salads, hot
dishes or chowders If so desired. Cut
lets, using a can of salmon, adding
whlto sauce, rolling in crumbs and
frying In deop fat, will go further
than a can of Balmon served plain.
A box of codfish, jars of pickles,
canned corn beef and dried beef, ol
ives, canned fruit, nuts and dates aro
other helpful furnishings to tho shelf.
Even lemon plo filling comes canned
now to use In nn emergency. Those
foods nro expensive for everydny use,
but to have somo of these things on
tho shelf even if used but onco a year,
will prove worth the Investment.
A few quickly prepared menus
should be nt hand, so thnt in the hurry
one need only glanco at them to
choose a good meal.
There Is a shady side of life,
And a sunny sldo as well,
And 'tis for every ono to sny
On which he'd choose to dwell;
For every ono unto himself
Commits a crlovous sin,
Who bars tho blessed sunshine out,
And shuts tho shadows In.
MORE ABOUT EMERGENCY SHELF.
There nro many quickly prepared
cheeso dishes, so there should always
bo a jar of grated
cheese. A piece of
cheese keeps well, tight
ly covered, If it is
s p r t n kl o d generously
with salt. Cans of
spaghetti and tomnto,
deviled chicken, cans
veal and ham, which can
bo heated, aro Items for
tho emergency shelf. Naturally Home of
these things will spoil If kept ton
long, so thoy tuny bo used and re
placed from tlmo to time. Tho cost
of replacing articles will upt bo great.
It is well to remember when buying
any kind of canned goods to see that
tho ends of tho cans are flat. If thoy
bulge, reject thorn for this denotes
tho presence of gas and they aro not
fit for food. Novor leavo any food In
a tin can; empty it at onco when
Pie crust may bo prepared all but
the water; put in a glass Jar and is
ready to use on the instant.
Even bread, tho Boston brown va
riety, is found in cans and may be a
most welcome addition to the shelf.
"When ono is seven miles from a
lemon," tho emergency shelf Is an ab
solute life saver.
Boiled dressings tuny be made
which will keep for weeks In tho col
lar or ico chest. In fact many house
keepers nlways keep a bowl of salad
dressing on hand, or one muy make a
salad out of almost anything.
Salted wafers, small cakes, fruit
cookies and fruit cake, will keep for
weeks It kept from the air, and so
one may feel at ease, even though
company drops In without warning
When removing hot potatoes from
tho oven pull ovor your hands littlo
bags that sugnr comes in. Anybody
Is apt to burn hands or arms In turn
ing potatoes or taking them from tho
oven, and theso littlo bags aro con
venient to have for protectors.
Instruction From the Press.
In a polite age almost every person
becomes a reader, und receives moro
Instruction from tho press than the
ceedingly well, and In composition
soems to bo pretty nenrly perfect; but
It lacks background, Mr. Hrushly. But
for that It would bo n work of art.
Your foreground Is charming, but Just
n trlllo too well, shall wo say too
"I don't know what you are driving
at," growled Brushly. "I suppose you
know what you mean, however. What
kind of n background would you sug
gest?" "Cash!" said tho cashier. "A work
of art like this, calling for tho pay
ment of $50, Is not wholly convincing
with n sketchy littlo overdraft of $2.89,1
on deposit to provldo tho necessary
contrasts In light and alia do and to
glvo the thing whnt wo might call
Whereupon Brushly, llko the self
respecting man he was, snapped his
lingers under tho Impudent fellow's
nose nnd trnnsforrod his overdraft to
the trust company across the street.
CURED OF BRIGHT'S DISEASE.
Mrs. A. I Crawford, Mcdflold,
Mass., wrltos: "Dodd's Kldnoy Pills
cured mo of Brlght's Disease, nnd I
am healthy and strong to-dny and
hnvo boon mossed
with good health ovor
since my euro. When
tho doctors pronoun
ced my caBo Brlght'n
Dlscaso I was In such
a serious condition
that thoy could not
do anything for mo.
I kopt getting worse My limbs from
my ankles to my knees swelled nnd
my eyes wero so swollen that I
couldn't see. As a Inst hopo I thought
I would glvo Dodd's Kldnoy Pills a
trial. I gradually improved and kopt
on taking them and thoy curod mo
Dodd's Kidney Pills, GOc per box nt
your dealer or Dodd's Modlclno Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. Dodd's Dyspepsia Tab
lets for Indigestion have been proved
60c per box. Adv.
Knew His Father.
A school inspector asked a cIqbb of
small children: "If I had threo glaBSoa
of beer on tho tnble, and your father
came in and drank ono, how many
would bo left?"
"None, sir," answered a very small
"But you don't understand my ques
tion," said tho Inspector, and ho re
peated it again.
Still the boy gnvo tho samo reply.
"Ah, my boy." exclaimed tho Inspec
tor at last, "It Is clear you don't know
"But I know my father," said the
ONLY A FEW PIMPLES
But Many More May Come If You
Neglect Them. Try Cutlcura Free.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment aro
most effective in clearing tho Bkln of
pimples, blackheads, redness, rough
ness, Itching und Irritation as well as
freeing tho scalp of dandruff, dryness
and Itching, besides satisfying every
want of tho toilet and nursery.
Sample each free by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. Y,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
"1 seldoni seo a largo automobllo
standing in front of a pretty bunga
low that I don't feol sad."
"You are nut envloim, 1 hopo?"
"So, indeed. Experience has taught
me that about nine times out of ten a
motor car at tho curb means a inort
gago on the house."
Important to Mothorn
Exatuluo carefully evory bottle of
CASTOIHA, a safe and sure remedy for
lnfauts and children, and aeo that It
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Why do you call your cat Carmen?"
"She's a contralto." Loulsvillo
Life is tiresome enough without vis
iting your relatives.
10c Worth of
Will Clear $1.00 Worth of Land
Get rid of the stumps and grow
big crops on cleared land. Now
is the time to clean un vour farm
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
26 YEARS IN OMAHA
Home treatment for Gum Diseases. Painless Dentistry; work guaranteed 10
- n l t i m . .i . . , .
years; ruiings, crowns, unuge
Send for Booklet on Unusual
allowed. Crown from $2.50
FOR THfc APPETITE
FOR THE DIGESTION
FOR THE LAZY LIVER
FOR CLOGGED BOWELS
It is a Mnic, appetizer and stom
ach remedy of well known merit
GET THE GENUINE J
DIDN'T "RAISE" THE CHICKENS
But Evidently Dealer Hadn't Quit
Comprehended Question Asked
by His Customer.
Hero is a littlo story that was told
by Congressman William C. Adamson
of Georgia when tho conversation
turned to natural misunderstanding:
A young housowifo who Hvob in a
suburban town wont to tho village
storo to mako same purchases.
"These chickens look very nice," re
marked tho customer, pausing boforo
tho poultry counter. "How much aro
"Ono dollar aploco, madam," was tho
prompt rosponso of tho obliging pro
prietor. "You can't find bettor poul
try for tho money in tho wholo coun
try." "Ono dollar," thoughtfully mused
tho customor, and then added: "Did
you ralso thom?"
"Oh, no, madam!" was tho hasty
assuranco of tho misunderstanding
storekeeper. "That is tho samo prlco
I offered to sell thom for yostorday."
"Somo men havo no hearts," said
tho tramp. "I'vo eon a-tollln that
feller I am so dead broke that I have
to sloop outdoors."
"Didn't that fetch him?" aBkod the
"Naw. Ho tol' mo he was a-doin' tlit
same thing, and had to pay tho doctor
for tellln' him to do it." Christian
No man wnB ovor qulto as good an
tho obituary notlco of him written by
ITnppy in the home where Ited Croasr
Ball Blue is lined. Sure to pleaie. All
Tank Bovorly says that if fish could
vote tho angloworra would bo elected.
When all othors fall to please.
Try Dcnlaon'a Coffee.
Occasionally a littlo sin grows up,
weds and raises a big family.
e General say at
Whan you find this label on a roll of Asphalt
Roofing it U guaranteed by It maker who
know how wall it U made. Your own local
dealer will tell you all about the responsibility
that stands behind our guarantee on
The guarantee of 5, 10 or IS years for 1, 2 or
ply CrWn-rf is backed by the Inreeit
Roofmcand lluildltic Taper Mills In the world.
HThd roofiwr has siren excellent service on ell
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costs less nnd elves a better service than metal
roollnir, wood siunsles, anil many other ypes
of roofing. Crtnln-frf Roofs alt over lb;
country are outliving the period of the guar
antee. Alt Crin!n-ttJ products are reasonable In
price. Ask yourdealer,
General Roofing Manufactaring Co.
U'orbl's largiMt manttfacturtrt of Roofing
and UuUdtna Faptri
Htw Tork air CUcsre ttiUJ.IpU St. Leah
Bit ClirtUiJ Pitulirtli Detroit Su Frsacitce
Clsciuttl MiiiMcwlU Ktiui CUr SmIIU
Attssts lUeitsa LssJta lUnhirf Sroa?
Watsea 15. Calamaa,
Talent Lawyer Wuhtnrloa.
n.ll Arivlr anil tmAkafre
Bates reasonable. Highest ralsrsnoes, JitslsarvkKS.
while products bring high prices. Blasting ia
quickest, cheapest and easiest with Low Freez
ing Du Pont Explosives. They work in cold
Write for Free Handbook of Exptotlvet No. 69F,
and name of nearest dealer,
DU PONT POWDER COMPANY
- woric ana rules mat stay wnere 1 put mem.
Dentistry It's free. Railroad fare for 50 milea
921-22 Wo4ui el Wld BUa., Omaha. Nik
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