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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1911)
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,-Thr Ber Junior Birthday 5ooK
Her Husband's Voice He Kom" cwidiikt m h i
pv AviiF.K man. Lore for the Simpler Things of life j
TIIF, rEK: OMAHA. TT'EDAY. JANUARY in.
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tVe wiot take your mother to the
tr'Ster before She lum." observes tb
na1iir Wtf ir tbe breakfast cuj.
I m J- ir so." agreed the IVst lireduate
1'rirbsnd rattier diffe-ei'y, "but can you
Ifcll- nt of anything worth going to see?
hf K!a ! giwiig up t l scat for en.v
IktTi Trinr were likely to witness look j
to trie iik submitting io bighasy rob- I
t i. ' - i
I.ej.l inc to her lords inquiry, the Ami- I
teor Wife rw-ni iond a Metropolitan piece j
i f aoms, :n nt to Hrh the desire of the j
n'jl-iif lie isur iuiris a truly and in
kI utai-iy ar He needle to lbs pole, or the
bter"l of th jeans, man to the siren of j
Hf abator. - !
r 'i 1 Ijri te go t" that place again?"
?t a . lH (( (irau1t Husband with!
tttatritaJ dismay.. 'Unit a j ear i about '
il 1 t an stand, and when 1 too I'm j
William lait month at jour su.ge.tHn ,
you said I wtnnin't have tu go wub ".I '
) xt . ..' T ey see. It a different wilhj
jvu-jtou haven't seen the show tbia yeari
ini ypu re ih easy to pi i s km. anibow." j
The Pvrnt Jreduate Hustiand discoursed
bit lorger In tils fashion and then an-noun.t-,-0
dJtlfnliy that ha mould bring bom ,
the tickets tor tbe sarwe evening, j
All flay fete little mother. w ho maa visit-!
lnc the He elty for the first lime, talked j
fit the treat In slore for her. For the A ma- i
n 'it WUr had tut uj-ue the one place of-
w r ich returning Inhabitant of her home
town had wpolten with untcmpercd en
Barty- that evening the party of lhre
Journeyed from their Mourn alnvllle hoint
to the ftty that bout.S Broadway and
true to hi tToinlM. the lut 5raduatf
Hoahant tof Ma wife and muthtr to thr
Above ahone the cold brllhaniy of New
iork i rare atara 1lr;k!ir. deriKle:y at
the eiecicuia.r u1kj11j of the eJectric
Kif-ria which mark the rertlesg orbit of the
i'jty a revelry.
Three atirewt the I'oBt tiraduate Hua
nd. lb Amateur Wife and the Uebutatila
Mother strolled along that lane of light,
which, like the thonctita of tba men and
wotTK-n thronplnt il. aetnis ta converge
into one filtering golden point.
The Pot Graduate liuoband was, when
in holiday humor, something of a cynic
anl Ver' much a philosopher. Other time,
bro tb world went wrong with huoi. be
Oevnloped What hta wile deacrited as an
a"prvtltig lxtirCeois optimism.
tn. thia particular evening ha w a In" a
mood of ukarioD pessimism.
Loe at -ali Ihese people!" he com-
f -- ' Spri
ring Styles in
While Uie sew models ta separate sktru
ara exit sarOaaily wide. User are much fuller
tKaa the skirts that have been wuri during
the last season.
The fia la-sUU,aaiuuUi at the top. but
tfaeira Is ' -s . decided flare about the feet
wbicll tba majority of womn wtll fully
sVPSractBts for few w-nar the extremely nar
rww skJrt gracefully.
Ftossted segrata akirta axe atot noticeable
among the new spring modela. The two
msJa features .sjw a smooth, stralrht up
asd dosra effect, and a decided flare atout
the feet either ty nteana of cut or the ad
ttittoa of a. Clounus. Tba latter may be
circular, gathered or pleated. dendtng
entlrely . upon the kind of material to be tervals. The flounce loses itself under the
developed. Black only la seen In the more panel f leat down the back of the skirt,
expenarvs anatxjrtala. There are broadcloth ' The tunic is edged with a novel arrange
and lUe liter serges. In the cbeajcr grades , merit of silk braid and satin.
tha.sMrt oome In gray, browa and nary 1 A strip or satin, two tn hes wide, is placed
blue as well aa blaca. ' between two stranrts of the flat silk braid.
lw'fhe separate skins of tweed mixtures leach two Inches wide,
of tan and brown prevail. A tall woman would find thia model he-
Arming the new est styles one that I fancy' ' coming, and a woman of medium height
will be 'rxcnedmgry popular because of Its 1 might attempt It as the panel down the
good Ifrres is cut on the circular order, but I heck preserves height.
Some Famous Children of History
Tbe great" Napoleon aa w boy was so In-,
dtvttJual that be is variably attracted at-
tec Hon, not always favorably. When at
1 be" ajF ''' ? years he was ow if tbe
Frearb., mug's wards tn the military school
at lioepne. Ane of tbe roial tnspadors,
wo cUM.to lew iTogress tif the pupils,
was de4; tiui,rtsed l the boy. and wrote
ti Is fii;'ttlt recommendation ut hira:
"it. Bauparte iNapolermi. tam
Au'ui' IIV.S" lle;?tt. four feet ten
inb-a. tcuiir.es (In cu tneasurements about
fne'feet three iT.cheFl. Constitution. ecel-b-tit
he1t h. do, He ! imposition nlld. straight
foraard. tbeaVhtf ul. Cimuct mit saiia-
factrj-- brj. always been distinguusUed for j
l b " aritl n In nmicrrtasU.-s. He U
Ta:riy il aerruatnied 1th fcistery and
r Mgrai'. He to weak rn all a,-cotr.p'iish-i-rerrtai
israwtr-g. daixaag. music and the
le. 1fc bfy would make aa excellent
LlH't osetkcs te be admitted to the school
n r-ns. AiwJkugust of the following year
be. 51 eri ,.. Paila. aiKleoa told
1.4a .ur. of. himae! w hta he was
, Of Jnlerest to Women
iM-aaani waist effe,- are worn as
n.cb.by arnaJ! gitis as'y tl.oir mothers, j
a , as tb mtdrl is so simoie tnere is no !
-we.1 -tv rtk. of this oroer m.y not1
' enoe at bcioe ;
A ,n,1' "ofi.l 1 wa re'ntl) U worth :
mestionmg " Tbe "long i-asant wait of
, a r. ,,,4 t. ti.e Ln axid it
" s i'lait, ant n,(t at thts lomt a deep;
,r .-e ;lete
1 1 e rtaterial aa a lallier h,iy !;ies
', ik reeeua. and the d,co:ation was
,ii h.'oifl, r m bla'-k. whue and two shajes
f fr-fu tri'T ensed coti
T !s aji'ti.red as a jol-e. at dee., , utfs
on toe tand c r nesting W and
ix srlreLie silks for tou.-es or fany
sfictes it is '"'rter to tise cotton tl.aa
n'.k The thrtaJ alio. Id te fine, of course, '
iiai jf cotton is used the stitches JI .
jir,ieiv be een while srk will stand out j
b '.;: from fl.a fail ic Tils taien.eia a4- j
I l a'ao te ivo tiitaluig.
of course tint aie times wbea silk has j
'- e used e.pe iilly on tbe machine ' In j
t ae cottja 4sould a!aaS ! used for j
' iTiutr three i
iuu strnus J silk will cause a pucer- '
"5 tr the sr of tbe gamt,t anl the i
ii. a) ba,e te ba dan,ped ere the
. t v ti a? Tf
ts "rem 'S v--e avo ct4
TO T-.l TMCATSa.
irianaed nhni the lmie pari) a std
1n the theater. you know how many
thousands this niace seats? And erh one
cf them has worked hard for the money
qnandrred here tonisht' And on what?
(Mlly spet( les mammoth mt-lodrama. a
tx-ffy ballt-t! And to think that it wouldnt
cost them a cent to slay in a comfortable
honie, read a food tKok and go to bed'"
The rising curtain cut short Her Hui
The Amateur Wife had bepun hy l.mklng
at the Mi(r. but it took only a few min
utea for h-r to itain tliat there a as much
more oyment to l had In watching the
face of the I'etutame Moihrr.
harems no child listening to 1t first fairy
tale had ever Fhown such wide -s of
wonder as this little gray-haired lady at
the iant sie-tacle. And ner had gaer.
more sjKmtaneous laughter isFued from
The Amateur Wife leaned back In tier
seat and marvelled. There w as a woman
who aulved life's most Intricate riddles
who had passed all the gates of pain and
could laugh In a childlike way at child
The Post Graduate Husband bad onoe
shared this quality perhaps, and yet how
onicall How analytical: Haw frightfully
sophisticated tie bad become!
Suddenly a cracking peal of laughter cut
short her reverie a hand jolted her arm!
'Say, baby!" called the Post Graduate
Husband, "just look tut the way that little
devil of a monkey handle that horse!
Isn't that the greatest thing you ever
(Copyright, lull, ty the N. T. Herald Co )
with seama instead of the biaa over tbe
Thia makes the model practical for all
around wear, because there can be no sag
ging. The average circular skirt of walk
ing knglh invariably saga, but the um
over the hips in thia new modei prevent
drooping. The hack is In habit style with
a welt seam. Tbe seams over the hips are
The closing is a little to the left side
front and Is made by a tow of buttons
aased under cords.
A second new style suitable for materials
such as broadcloth or fine prunella is In
tunic effect. There la a box pleat down the
hack and a simulated oversktrt that meets
a deep flounce pleated In gTouiiB at ln-
and lived in bis
1 bad been placed
In a school fur young ladiea, the mistress
of which was known to sur family. Being
a pretty boy and tbe only one there, I was
caressed by every one of my lair school
fellows. I might gnerally be seen with
iy stockings half over my shoes, and In
eur walks I constajKly held tbe band of a
charming little girl, who was the cause of
many broil and quarrels, lly malU kui
comrade,. Jealous of my Giacomlnetta.
combined tese two circumstance, together j
in a Mch tb.y made, and wh- '
ever I apieared In the street they followed!
fa?a 1 aniore
...i . . ii'uiu uoi
(war to be laughed at. and seit'ng sticks or
st'inca. or anything that came tn my way. i
I rust.ed into the midst ,f the erod.
Fortunately, it always bapiiened that
somtbotly interferred and got me out of
the sirai-e. but tbe number opiHwed to m !
nexer harmed me. I neer reckoned bow
many there were.
C04;. rlpt.t. 1W0. by the X. T. Herald Co.)
disappear Incidentally, such iajn w-rilr.g
! may result in a water mark stain.
A new idea in Ti'ghiitigales that would be
a wekon.e Nea Year s gift to an invalid
cr senn-ir.xwiid is made w.th a jointed
l.ood. wliiih i.n be worn over tte bead
w ben tie patittit sit up In bed
T" l,"J-v "f ,b ,ent d.es not differ
materially frntu tte usual design, except
slurring case wttn elastic in prions
l u' lh"- rom the
ie of the a.eexe K bbuns tit to form
the sieeves, a hook arid eye Ueng sewn on
tie sk.r'lr.g Ties keep the wrists warm
Tt.e htKsi is K,irted arid cut like tbe
I rowii'.es' bcaidrtss
l'revee.Uon is better tt.aa cure If house
se,Hts aoiod ue the asbestos mats ftwtr
waiij on ai-'Vjjtt f ru.ned talies would
'. re can but asbestos mais la every e re,
from a tun t ier rust five ncl.es in diaiwter
lo a V.attcr B at measuring nine thir
teen inches Tt.e former costs J cent,
thr latter Cists cents. A saucer mat if
srvea Inches in diameter and triy be
t'Ut;i.t for 11 cuts.
Plate mats ntnue in nine and ten-inch
sixes respectively and coat II and W cents
The pla tee rrnt .s are oval la Shi: and
come in three graduated si lea pneed St
ceiita is cj,i and I cats lefpciuvely.
r tw VAL'tt'
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RliNALS of AHfiEaLICM
Ifairs ass getting terribiy mixed up and
tf 1 hadat met Mr. Win ton I don t know
wnat I should have done. e were at a
mufcical and I was feeling very much dis
appointed in myself to dine-over that. In
stead of enjoying It, 1 couldn't help long
ing to go away somewhere where It was
A woman played tbe piano and she had
the most enormous feet 1 hate ever seen.
Her ees sort of stared and she bad an
awfully queer figure, with a p!uh thing
i iTTv. y )' i,l
"TOC COl'LD H CAR THE WHOLE CITY
SORT OF H I'M MING TO 1TELJ '
drapped over fine shoulder tht made her
look still flatter.
Rhe acted as though she was perfectly
pimio, arid trie piano
lhurn u JuM trr. Bhe
rf doWB . , hlle plltVt,0 ,
. . . j . ,
but It aeenied just
,ail the time. You could tell the Jjt Wat
oughly cowed. Fbe nmde it do all kinds of
Wunderful tru ks. but Id mu b rather eee
dogs and ponien i-rform them they al
ways lock so cunning and don t make half
Now. when Mrs. Iianf erf leid sat down
'at our piano one any ana played
little bit of a thing that s'.e said she ha-oiv
I knew, I could have listened for ever t.
long. It was jjst if she was , aii:'"-111' n1 be s.u he aia. no. and we both
kinds of aura uxe little thiacs to it and
it sounded as if it was raz auo.it hear-
In them And she nor.rmd -lcM in the
middle of it and said that was as far as
she could remember. Thea the played
something else sad sang to it In French,
AFTER A FASHICM
Perry, ds you speculate?"
" Vtli la cnscd to youlm
JS TO DO
IFOR. HR. 1
rxui. - uv. K-
1 DOWN STAlRSrl
f t . . 1
, BROOM WITH
:m here, col-
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' lu VaJ NW 1
iii Ineeds it?
Jk- TriP Mi.
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land that was very shorrtoe, bat I eouid
bare heard It a hundred limes, "
She said it wasa'f quite proper. 1
couldn't make out many M the words the
sang It so quickly but sounded as
though, the piano understood It perfectly
and thought it awfully fenny. At the end
of each verse It would give auch an appre
ciative chuckle, and when she sang the
lajtt one it gave such an invectious one
that 1 laughed so, loo, I choked on a piece
of cake. You couid tell that the woman
who played at tbe musical would never
Joke with her tiiano she d beat It to death
firt. Then a man tame out and sang, and
It was ralber nice. At hsast the softest
song was. But he made aa awful uproar
about very little. Tbe song be perspired
the mot over was about some lady who
was evidently pining sway for- him. She
certainly did It at the top of her lungs
and finally died or gave up boj. 1 eouldn t
quite make out which, with a irfect yell
of angulbh. Then, thank goodnes! we
went into the dining room and bad srine
thing to eat. and Mr. Wintoa was Intro
duced to me.
He was very good looking, and big, and
had the nicest eyes I ever aw. I said.
"Io you like musicals?" He said. "1 never
go tu thing like thia. but I promised to
meet mv uier-in-law here I or.iv 1
arrived when out friend had nearly tin
it. bed his song. lo you sing?" I Bald.
"Only in the bathtub. lo you?"' He said.
"Yea every morning. What operas do you
like bestT' I said. -Why. I generally 1
gin with tbe march from Faust," It froes
beautifully with the sound of running
water, don't you think so?" He said, "I
generally atari In with a hunting song." I
taid. "That Indian-thing, you know, that
L . . J!tn 7
' ' f 'b
Ior niy ntt,t ,K,t- He ,0'
ttJs. 'Come baik to me. beloved, or I die
always keep It '
ked awfully in- '
tereeted and said, -And the left?" 1
I:ut 1 felt silent then and just said. "Was!
it taining when you came In?
We got on lieautifully together and he
aL'd rut if 1 would teach him a new tune,
as be was gctticg tired of hunting songs.
We talked a lot and agreed about every-1
tlur.g. 1 told him that I loved to hear the
souua t-I (ariwheeJs teiy early
"""nir.g nr.d tbe whtMles on the nver
'ben 1 wol, up In the middle of the
. 4'r?ra tber bear them than the
lntl bo had Just sung that afternoon.
And 1 told him how, un Id the tudio at
u" U'P ,f CuKin links home, you oould
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hear the whole city eort of humming te , Theatrical Manager-Well, drag 'era oat.
iu,,if whi, h was another kind of nuric ! w 3tertised a full orchestra--Llpp:B-I
liked. And he said, coulds t he go up I u "
ani linen to il with roe some lime He i
THAT NEW LEAF.
She Do you turn over a new
leal every New Year's Day?
He Why, yea. Tbe other leaves
re all lK i
IcoMt vp Here
rinsi! 1 Think.
rviLi iinn 1
Ti! COME CP- "I
WD L5X5 CO
I " a i aa I ol I I
l i AMD YET.. iT
ME SEE! I'LL
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(CLEAN THE ROCP
said be knew w were going to- be great
1 said I thought that would be lowly,
and would be let me ask his advice1 about
a married man that I liked a good deal but
"HE BAID. XULDN T HE OO UP AND
LISTEN TO IT WITH MKT"
'"4 t approve of myself liking, and also
! about Johnnie and Piggy?
He said of coure I could, and as be
! knew both Johnnie and Piggy be would be
able to advise me most satisfactorily.
Mm tbe DTrwwa- Ward. j The term tailored" means severe plain
was a professional politician, and .... ., . , . ,
was alleged to know mohe about grafting"
than Luther Burbank himself. As he was
w alking from the city bail to tbe bank an
automobile struck him amidahli. He
J rushed to the nearest hospital, and three
surgeons stopped playing pinochle and tried
to locate the politiilan's liver, which bad
been drit-en up under his right lung.
"Cou.pound fracture of one rib. and well
have to probe for the splinters.'
"All right, as long as it isn't a grand Jury
probe." groaned the sufferer.
A haif hour later the politician came out
I -Mjere am IT' be asked daaedly
"irJthe City Relief buspltal. ward nine
ar.sw ered the nurse lieatantly.
, -Gimme my clothes!" be screamed
Ninth ward Is republican.
til Heady lr tbe rkaa .
Orchestra Leader All the orchestra play-
1 erB kr drunk.
It there anythine between yoti
and Uiaa Van Bob?"
Onlv beg father and taother."
At- I i ssV
January 10, 1911.
Van aat Address. ackooL Tear.
Marie Parone. 1314 South T enty-fonHh Pt Wason 103
Arm Blotcky. 1S South Taentj-nimh St High w 1S
"Willism BorowUk. South Twenty-fourth Pt....lro. Conccrtjon . '. . 1 01
L)ia Brown. 1040 South Twenty-third St
Etbe P. Bynum. 4 1 T I North Ta entr-eighth St
Joseph E. Callier, I544 Castellar St
Ralph Carlson. 172 Burdctte St
Orlo Ctrmichiel, S4 6 California St
Jaoob Copeland. 20 North Thirteenth St ,
Haiel lay, SS43 Franklin St
Clara V. Dwyer. 1114 North Siiteenth St
Harry C. Finney, SIS Martha St
Tina Frederick. SOTS Emmet St....
BUnth Fricke. 32 4 North Twenty-fifth St . . .
Bert Fucha. 3424 South Fifteenth St
Virginia Gift, 1554 North SeTenteenth St
VaFilky HarraHB, 242 6 H South Sixteenth St
Eva Henry, 4403 North Twenty-fifth St.
Etbel M. Hot-bs. IS 17 Spencer St Lothrop .'
Milton Hoffman, 1962 South Thirteenth St C"meBiui ..4....UM
Ruth Hofmann. 3 S. 07 Lincoln Ave Cartellar ....... .104
Madeline Jensen. r04 North Twenty-third St Kellom 103
Edward Jensen. 2017 Miami St 1-ake ..1S7
Morris Kstlemsn, iMe North Nineteenth
Ethel Kati, ISIS North Twenty-fourth
Velma Klnit. 262 4 Fort St High ISM
Valary Kothonowgki. 2S25 Walnut St Ira Conception. . . 1 8r
Harold Larson. 10S3 South Twenty-fourth fct Mason 101
Carroll Lock wood. 4511 Franklin St Walnut Hill 11
Paul Lynch, 120 North Thirty-first Ave Fare am 101
Mary Miller, 428 North Thirty-fourth St Saunderg 102
Nathan Miller, 1422 South Sixteenth St Comenius 1SJ7
Joseph McCann. 11S2 Sherman Are Central 103
Charles T. Nelson, 3412 North Thirtieth St Howard Ken.cedy..l0l
John OGden, 1S17 North Twentieth St Kellom 1S7
Ruth E. Ogle, 2815 Charles St High 18M
Willis W. Olson. 3416 Jackson St Columbian ......101
Walter Palmer, 1723 Dodge St Central 187
Hugo Reinbold, 1511 North Thirty-eighth St Franklin ig6
Robert Rut ledge, 2812 Sherman Are High 185
Etbel F. Schechler, 211 Grant Ft Lke 100
Dean P. Sunderland. 1024 fouth Thirty-seventh St .. Columbian 18
Charlton P. Swiler, 101 South Thirtieth Ave Park : 1596
Lottie WerkhoTen. S42 Larlmore Ave Monmouth Park.. 103
Gertie White, 1218 Davenport St Cass 105
Helen Winkelman, 815 North Forty-third
With cucumbers in market all tbe year,
and at no time really expensive, as cos
metics are rated, a very valuable astring
ent that will cost but mile may be made
I to use at all seasons, and women who do
i not tike much grease will find a substitute
in a combination of Isinglass and cucumber
which la both softening and cleansing.
To prepare the cucumber the vegetable
is washed and wiped, then cut Into very
small pleoea, peel and all. The most value
Is secured by grating the vegetable, thus
reducing 1t to a pulp.
Seven ounces of this pulp is put with
one-eighth of sn ounce of besf Russian
isinglass and placed where It will be warm
enough to dissolve the lslngiaas, but will
not become hot. It should stand for
twenty-four bouts. At the end of this time
it Is strained, and one and onehaif ounces
of glycerine added, five drops of violet es
sence being used for scent. When cold this
should be a soft Jelly. If the isinglass has
been overheated it will not harden and the
cream will be useless.
An essence of cucumber is valuable and
Is prepared by grating the vegetable, aa
previously directed, when an equal amount
of pure alcohol should be added. The two
A plain cloth suit should be worn with
whet Is rnown as a tailored- 'wash blouse.
neaa, vun an -nuiw ''-t v v
or trimming. Such a waist may have
1 tucks but no lace. etc. Sleeves should be
f.riished with einbe soft or stiff cuffs. i kind on garmenia should be considered lm
A Mnen collar or plain white stock makes j poacble. Whatever bat is worn, wbea
tbe Sest neck finish for such s blouse, going in or out of the office, must be plat
A h-ather belt should be preferred to a and In keeping with the tailored frock,
fancy one. ' I -own town, among offices is no plaos for
As to hair and bands or. to put It more Ticiure" creations,
broadly, personal cleanliness, too ecrupu- A girt who is dressed In tba manner
lous care cannot be given. There is no j suggested creates a favorable Impresaloa
objection to a girl's having her finger ruuls j the moment be enters a business atfioa.
polished, even though st.e may be a busi
ness woman, but there Is every objection
to s polish for her or any other if tbj
finger tips do not show equal care In other
detaila. that is. in the way they are
trimmed and cleansed.
A r-rl should not wtar rlnr to buai
neea. wtlh the exception of a signet or one
i porrwsj)nd'.ng in style, on her little finger.
1'iaruonds and other gems are not good
ts the autumn of ICS, relates Colber'a
J Weakly, a eomewl.ei bashful, large trm, d
youth, not yet It ara of afce, but already
' standing five feet eirbt Inches in height
'and we ching 1 pounds presented him
self st the Highland M Unary a cad em v .
Worcester, Mm as
lis unifusm was su)plied in s few days
by the srsdemy tailor and "Bud" Kemlng
tcrin. as bis associates came to call him.
lock his i )ac in tbe awkward S'juad and
bef an the task of mastering the elements
of military' science contained a l';t t
Frederic fceariir.gton sient two full acad
em c years at tbe academy As a student
of bcMiiks he was undoubtedly lasy but be
had not a drop of alowiy moving Mood
w hen it came te carry ing a niusket the
parade greund. He waa bo aiurgard. either,
when it came to athletics or when there
waa any prospect of fua or frolic. In bis
school work he exxvellad. strange to say.
id the ery subject ta whi'k the average
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Howard Kennedy. .101
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St Kellom 1S7
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stand, tightly corked, for twenty-four
hours and then are stained.
So strong is the ysftiw that it snuat be
combined with grease. Or the ffeet will
be tq dry and wrinkle' the akin. A simple
cream might be mada f rots tws ounces
of almond oil poured en-er one OQ one each
of spermaceti and white wax. when the
two latter have been xuelted by being placed
in a china cup set la to a basis of hot
water. As the three Ingredients combine
the cucumber Juki must be added, melting;
all the time. Any perfume desired may be
put in, and I like also ten drops of tincture
of bensoin. .
A variation of this, and one well suited
to some skins, is the one ounce each of
cucumber essenos and tincture of bensoin.
with one-half ounce eaoh of whits wax
and spermaceti and two ounces of almond
oil. Mixing is done as previously directed.
Many persons liks a glycerine cream
made from one ounce of ejrermaeetl oint
ment, one and one-half grata 1 ef balsam
cf Peru, four drops of oil of cloves and
one-half ounce of glycerine. The oint
ment is melted as already told, the glycer
ine and other Ingredients being added at
once. MABGARET M1KTER.
in Tailored Suits
The hair should be dressed becomingly,
of course, but it should not be ta any
extreme style nor have tbe slightest ag
earMxice of haste In Its arrangemeat-
Tbe waist and skirt should be neatly put
together and tbe sbeea, no matter bow
bid. may be neatly polished. A spot of any
Fir instinctively a man of affairs thinks
a woman who is careful about bar per
sonal appearance will be carefwl ta feer
A young woman so clothed will start
with a tremendous advantage aver asi
elaborately dreaaed g"rl. because ths ma
jority of firiployers prefer yeuucg ttomrq
of good breeding ta their offices rather
than those wbe are ordinary.
boy fa Is, namely, lbs clear expression of
Also, be bad developed a passion for
drawing pictures He bad not received any
instruction In art. but bis sketches were
marked by originality and freedom from
copying, and be showed tbe sauna inclina
tion to d-al with the tough, the sewboy.
the bronco, the Indian and tbe soldier tba t
be did in afu-r I f e. .
laiui e lik telrrr.
If a woman Is willing to ln.perfl ber own
tid her friends' digestion a popular after
theater bite is sausage with ceaery. Ts
cook these have the blaxer hot, prick a
number of small sauaagea several tiroes
so they will cot burst lo the frying, lay
them in tbe pan., cover closely and cook
j until crisp
Remove to a hot plate and add to lbs
fat twe or three labiespootif uis of whits
o, lery rut in small pieces. Cook two or
three minute, so It will be done througa.
but still preserve the tate ef fresh owiet?,
ana serve m toast or crackers
Sausages browned in trie chafing diau,
then si.read wnh horseradish mustard and
served on toast, make eiienenl appettaera.
The Key to the titration rse Want Ada.
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