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THE BEE: OMAFIA, - SATURDAY, 'MARCH 9. 1912.
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The Passing of Hospitality I I wyr-. TrSgSSgSrSr -1 f" . Little Bobbie's Pa .',
n h n m a r. a .mmh' "a??-' waw- a -,aew- vk l it
By VIRGINIA TERHCJfE TAX DE WATER.
WnspitsHty, In 1U best bense, appears
to' be on tha win. A substitute for the
old-fashioned virtu still exists, bat tht
woman In moderet circumstance no
longer keep "open houat."
To ba aura, aha arada out tarda tor
at bomea" aach yr, and then feel
that- aha baa dona, her' duty and per
formed bar share toward obeying tha
apoatolle Injunction "B given to boa
pliaHty." ' ,
' Ona , sometimes wonder If anyone
really enjeye the-conventional "ta" to
wblclt ona coca freta aanaa of duty, at
which one( (reeta one a boatesa, then
hurrtof 'sn to drUik tea. though ana. la
not thJretyr and eat eaka, though tha it
not hnrr after which aha blda her
hoiaten food-bye and departa to to
throuch almllar parformanca in another
drawing room. ' Bucb - ronctiona .ar
penally for women. Of eouraa men are
inrlted, but they aeldom io-lf they can
help it. TTjoae wbo 60 aitcod an. af a
ral. vary young men. very unaophla
Ueated men or very patient men. " '
1 Somatimea they are huabaada who. per.
hapa.1 would rather atand being bored
abroad than being reproached at home
for refualng to aeoompeny their wire.
Thb avaraga bejaband teela- that h
: could give no. graaur . prooC jit bJa de
vatloa) bid wife than by going to aa
afternoon tea, and he 'usually deem
audi aetf aaorttlea entirety auperfluoua.
rortunately for him he can alaye
plead the olalma of "fhe office" (that con
venient aad anyatarloua locality which: la!
ao often a baren of refugo to the bar.
rled buabaodl, and bla wlfa goea forth,
alone and leavea bla earda with herai thua
dlaohargtag hi aoclai obllgailona. Boma
on baa aaid the pun' enter he Ten
banging feet to hi wtfe'a aklrta. Certain
it la that toe America buetnea
goea Into aoolety tucked comfortably away)
in hie wife's card ease.
Fashionable aa tha tea la and agreeable
as K may oocastooally be. aad Convenient1
aa It certainly la. It reminds on of the
farmar'a son, who, wearying of .bearing
Ms parent ask a blessing before each
meal, auggestsd: that.: a salt pork was
the main dlah three time a day,' bla
father should, when ha laid In hi winter
supply after hog killing, "say grace over
the whole barrel,' In other words, do up
tha en Ore - blessing business at one
bop I may be pardoned for comparing
tha giver of one .formal tea with this
rural and plebeian person.'
For, as already admitted, the tea la a
convenience, m fact. It la almost a neces
sity If on would ever hop to find a
friend at bom, or awe the caller whom
one would regret (to miss, but-la it all
that la required In tha way of hospitality T
Many of ua took back regretfully to the
days score or more of yeara ago. whan.
In oW parents' bomea. company came
often and "teak as" Just sa w were.
Our schMbnata were alwara welcome
. wlA I mmM Mfiltwl n mw a Ih. HM.ti
who baend n wear- meal Urn. "Buy
to dinner." We felt that onr guests cam
to see as. not to aee how handsomely w
could emertatn. .
There to Um root of the (rouble, ar oaa
at Its many reota. - We are often trying
to do more than we can afford to do,
mora. In tact, than w have a. right to
do waea we mvtle company to cur homes
If the neighbor a Whose house we have
recently dined keep several maids aad
give fashlonaM dins era we ar abam'd
to return her hospitality by asking her
to a simple little meal in our Small Bat,
la wMca we hav oaly eoe aarvaac -
A brio wbaas husband la on a small
salary reoeotly suggest to hire that
they ask bs dinner la their tiny apert
meM a couple wh bad been very Had
to tbam and had ahewa them generous
hospMalttyj Tb young hasbaad raminded
his eager wife that tt -would cost a let."
-But whi t" protested tb would be
boat ess. "A Httle dinner for four per
aoos need not eoct much. I can prepard
maay of tb disk mysslt"
. -Teu forget.' aaw her husband, "the
Sb had act considered them until he
swmmded her that at tb faouee of the
couple whom they, wen planning t en
tertain there had been cocktails before
It la ao silly when one analyses it or
Judges others by one's self. Think tor a
moment at what houses you, the reluc
tant, because net rich hostess have the
pleasantest times. Ia It not where yov
feel thst you have caused no domestic
upheaval, where you are allowed to com?
as one of the family and are made en.
tirely at home by the lack of formality
On of Ul moat beautiful plaos to vlatt
Is an apartment In which, on the mald'v
"Sunday night off." the friends who drop
la are allowed to Mailt In the prepara
tion of supper. -
In the dcslr to do as well aa. or better
than,, anyone else wa era losing the true
spMr-'af hospitality. Add -to this the
fact that the average servant objecta to
company and ydu will aee why the
woman of today entertains less than did
The remedy for all this lies with
women, with housekeepers. It would be
well for them to declare to themselves
that "what la good enough, for husband
and children la good enough for guests.
When they do this w will return to the
tiro when the unexpected arrival at
mealtime meant no consternation, but
only "another plat put on the table."
And the .guest who would not appro
etata aaett hoepttallty. or would erlil
elsa one's manner of living. Is the per.,
eon one would not wish to bar in one's
house under any circumstances.
As to the servants In engaging s
maid the employer hooid tell her frankly
tbat aha expect to entertain often, and
not. elaborately, and It tb maid shows
reluctance or hesitation the nominal
metres ahould decide at one against
After all, when a maid understand
that "company" meane only tha above
mentioned extra plate, and doe not
Imply an extravagant function, aha will
toe her dread of guests
Cuppose you cannot have as expen
sive a dinner or hmcheon as lira. Well-To-Po
provides-what difference need
that make. Tbat doss not alter the fact
that ah find you agreeable, that your
birth, breeding and mentality are equal
to hers, or that ah like you thoroughly.
If your horn is tb beet you can have,
It at kept aa well aa you can keep it
and If th table you provide ta good
noagh for your own people, you need
not be ashamed.
Tell your friend frankly that you will
be glad ta aee them In your simple home,
and do act run Into debt, or wear your
aervw ta the raw "try in"" J aa Mark
Twain put it. To be what yon ain't"
That morning I got up hoping f would
he a good boy all day long and supprtxe
tha whole family.
Bfoar breakfast I only got one short
spanking, on scolding, and a box on the
ear. which I pretty good for years old.
Mostly I get two apanklnga befoar
breakfast, and aometlmea on a long
A ' noTt spanking Is for small mtt
choffs and a long spanking is for great
our house It goes something Ilka
fefTL (T fA HI& HAM
fee ao bouerop r who
CM THfcT evEft fAae
MUCH UKtTAQ TKS , ,
PMveuspe too, was au.
O&ofcuro (ir as ip rr had
bet? C AAW ED AftOONCt, tM
A HlPfOCKCr POft TVfO
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'WiLffO. TrVEfMBUN Ut? ,
A PfitNGGT-CbU&HH tH6"
mnocm or- A tHIRb AVP.
BJEVATCfS trXA'M, TVteOlD
MAN CUSr BYES
ANft UET HIS THOUGHT'S .' I
A VwrHCUSHd PRM AM "opft Ttf f5-
tviO(jrc rue T7mi . tHAr
JQW IST vrOMcT TO eetMe
I'm ih MfTNOW Tom, IM
It LCMet. I taer UPM
TVS MIDOLS Of THCNAMT
VeVAJJK UP AMO 0UM MY
QebAcmM UMTu momssJ
NlWa HaTA UP FfbJO H4
MOT ei- J t '
ACi ACTtoR. tH AH (UilSntA,
upe THeN,A re 6 peec
XOOTH RJU OF GPtWt.M.
wcrfCMt;et ro wwrer pjcay
tAf. Mr blO FOd.A0Ai.Wr
VAS tCAfti A NO HeAftS
AfiO. OH lTwVA Mone
About era momtxs iOrA,
' TUerous maai QpeAtco
PRONI tHtT CftASKert,
fiev ON UJrHftH- HE-WAS.
Vook 4 si sack or Twer
Go oor 6 eat ertevtr
OlVJR IT OP OO tO UMettt,
IKT TO 1C-LIY 5i.l.a
IM A 300tl,rt.Vr:KTWC
rFtB riOY AAOUWO
TO H3M TEAk,
BAtX. OF rWtrH THC?
VMfc TOOK. A, LAHT
ATirASeLf Ht? MAO
H4? KMOtu H'M aioujI WW
QOIrifc OOT tUC BAW tMAY '
nVC OUj MAN VCAOEt
ROUWO TO THE PA.CrVirot:
TVifcT MOOae PAMe fNtilS
FRDIvST OCCrV. SAT OOUSiO
Iki fHP PdRLAAAi'.aAl
AWO ftoOWD AiSIOc? AN
p-jBM JUJ FfMseaTA'trJA,
IT Qfj ao ouTTOui(rixt
I CAT" LAKA1 VtlAf
lti avtcoc at SbAeUd.
(TO USOhit.'rJ A CXfcT,
tr U GO OUr AND
vjscm A sbw wyo
A LUCKf CMk.u
9j inixi.ui r. KIRK.
must be gral to be grate maa.
sed Ma. . Oh, I dean know, sad Pa. th
wurld ha been full af grata men. It la
th men that aed thar was grata men.
Fa sed, that I ad mire th moat I hav
Cooking Secrets of a Famous Chef
;:. SOME APPETIZIN9 DISHES AND HOW TO MAKE THEM LOOK ATTRACTIVE
oral kinds of cordial after dinner. The
arid aooa understood tbat what bar hos
baad called TM drttias" wtyuld coat nstre
than ah haj Imaglhed. .
. Aad so her was ta mfatak th din
ner wma BM gtreo. The wife of th mas
who mad CM a year was not willing
tJk t her hems tb wtf at th man
nmksag tern time that amount sweaus
ah could not provide as fine win a did
ffc. more wealthy- woman. And. yet at.
did awt occur to tb young wife tbat this
reluctance was a reflection upon tb sist
certty of her new friend' liking tor her.
a tacK aatmiastoa that ah weald come
tn her boose, not for the piesre of her
hosts' exsmaaay. hat tor th otrtaia
BHBt they would provide
Asking too many questions-short spank-
Not shutting up short.
Upsetting something tbat doe not break
Vpeettlng omethlng that breaks-long.
Ptaymg with matches long.
Betting a fir near tb barn long.
Bothering papa aookMng.
Bothering mammav-ahort apanking.
Bothering th glri box on th ear.
There are more of tbam, but I do not
bare room ta writ tbam all down. . i
not time enough.
Bomeume it might take all day to
write down the list.
Host boy know It anyway. Als their
If hoy and their parents understood
each other better there would not be so
many, spankings. Not ao many boya
would ma away ta fight Injuns and com
to a sad nd.,
A gwrr-aoe not get a many spanktnga
a a boy which I th reason she Is not
aa tuft A gurl does not have the gurm
of mlschuff a plentyful aa a boy doe.
Or they are smaller gurrnaW. W. Foley
ia New Tork Times. . -
TUB BINdlS :RASlr:KlN8-AlhTtlCA; NS HAVE A GREAT WAT OF BERV
TACIES. THIS IS L'MXIVBTEOL.1 P nETTT AND - OFTEN AN EXCEL, LE
The never ahinea for a man whose
only Joy Is motwy.
It a liar forgot to do It for a whole
year he would not get ut of training.
A girl knows by the way a man looks
bit her eyes they ought to fa Just tb
color ao thinks they ax
It would not be flattering my . country
to say that th French people, and es
pedsJry the first-class cooks, a-lva mare
attention to tb trimming and artistic
decoration of food than any other peo
ple In th world.
Bom people may think It, la not nec
essary to serve a dish with a garniture
of parsley or water cress, or with quaintly
cut vegetable and fruits. Those are
tb people wtth veryV hearty appetites,
who do not know very much about food,
and who eat In abundance merely to
satisfy th craving 'of nature.
Tb epicure want his table set with
finest linen, glass and silver that he can
procure; he wants the best ot dishe.
served in th most artistic manner, ills
ee must be tempted as well as bis
palate. - - j
Many ao excellent meal has been
aooilcd because It waa badly served, or
th food waa placed upon a platter In
a oaretea why without arrangement ot
When a chef or a good- cook has
worked ever ' a dlah with Interest and
enthusiasm, that especial dish must be
presented to th guest In such a way
a to ahow ' that car and knowledge
hav gone to Its making. i
Nothing take away one' appetite ao
quickly as carelessly served food. Pota
toes that ara tbrovn upon a platter,
Jr meet tbat I not ..roperly arranged,
does not tempt the appetite, nor' would
it appeal to tb palate any more If. in.
stead of potatoes and mext, some) com.
plicated recipe made at- Infinite . pains
were poured hlggeldy-pujgeldy Into the
dish and put .before the guest. . ;
, As I have said - before, the art at
good eating Is a complicated andTa del
teste one. and a the health ot th ni
Hon depends upon It. all Its varying
phase should be studied.
Flowers on-ta table, spotless nspery.
daintily served food, all these have their
effect en th digestion. The person
who I th least bit Indisposed often
becomes quit ill t the algnt of badly
arranged food ar tod, ao mailer how
By CHILE BAIXLT.
good It may be, If It Is 1 erred In an
Americans hav a great way of serving
food la Individual receptacles, such as
th single ramekins, th ecooped out
afple or orange, etc. Willi this Is un.
doubtediy pretty, and often aa excellent
Idea, better results are. attained from
the cook's point of view by cooking the
food In on receptacle, where th vertoua
Jtlces and flavor are more thoroughly
extracted and lend a more delicate flavor
tb the whole. Also, abroad, a host or
bostee doe not like to se th hut
Piece ot a fowl, or whatever It may be.
disappearing faorn th dish.
From an epicurean standpoint there
should alwaya be two or thre pieces
left on th platter, so that th last
parson served may hav wma choice lr.
making his selection,
CRAB FLAKES AND OTeTEBa, ST.
- Take 12 ounces of crab flake, tosa them
slightly In butter and milk with tb fol
Two medium stxed. anal tots chopped
fin and a tew leaves ot chopped pars
ley, put this la a pan with halt a glass
Ia the Vernacular
"Mildred." said th mother, "Le Grand
Fordyce-rancey, v th young gentleman
who called here hurt evening. Is rebated, aa
hi mother' eld,- to the Tusrajoeea
Rhetts. If 1 mistake not; while en his
father's side he is a direct descendant of
the Taaceya of Oge-ichee. He ha an in
dependent fortune. Is liberally educated,
has traveled abroad a great deal, and Is
olily 32.- Am I correct r-
"Vep." ajvrwered the beautiful heiress;
"yju've got the dope on Yank all rtarht
ail right, mommer." Chicago Tribune, t
to give It to mea Ilk Ulster Roosevelt,
Fa aed. i
You hav to give It to nobody, Ua sea.
you .with yur number tight 111 bed.
What tn th wurld do you see about
UIMr Rueeveit that tu admire So much?
I- hav t admire him. sed Fa, beekau
b stand for all that I good grt
In thla country. II stand for 'Ameri
can, in lhr woro. ra saw, n jus
Tea, sed Ms. ha Just baa to eland for
American. Americana Just has to atand
for him. Th longer I U. th
more I wonder why It is tht th peepui
of this, country reed so much about th
tirandeet Press Agent of tltem all.
But why ahuddent thar adore him
silked P. Wdnt l shy hi oast or inie
IHdent h whir asked Ua. j
Mdrat he shy bla castor into th ring?
aed Fa. You know what I mean. Fa aed,
throw hit hat Into th ring. It I a old
tlrrgllaii term, aed Pa. Ia th old days a
man that waa going to fits In th prla
ling used to tak has bat off threw U
Into the ring. A then the war beegaa.
Indeed, srd Ma, A wen tn two hat
was thrown Into th ring I suppuas th
two hate did all thefttelng wen tb men
stood suutd 4 coached them. Haw vary .
brave. Ma aed. It reemlnd m ot the
old ejreu day, sed Ms, wan a olowri ,
calm alone I peat. Waa h saw that
th post was ta high, tor Mm, to Jump
oavar. h threw hi hat ar .
s Mister Ruseveit threw nil hat late
th ring, aid her Wall, Well. Ma-"
That sounds Jus Ilk him, It reewilsvesi
m of th Urn during tb fspsaiah War,,,
Ma eed, wen a threw bla hat up ba
hill wasted at th bottom, th hat
newer calm' back, sed Ma, A a kit. ( ,
hi trupea wuddent hare calm back "
aether. Ma sad. If tb ' cultured trupea -hadenl
taught aoabl. poant talk ta m
about, him, sed Ma.
I am nr. Pa aed. thai yait fee! that ,
way. I have been noawing an in time
that you) wud like ta hear my new amJ"
pan Od. A guess It will bear reeding,
anyway, Pa sed, until jrw tall me ta stou-j
Then Pa red:
ODE TO TH BE DORR ' "
drat peerless on.
Ths rlamg Fasten sua ,
rroeieitne toe, naui tnve as: awa,
or tMnn. ,
Wnr .hou art WOflb
More than thy let pretender. Thourt
bird, ...... ,i"t
Theodore Ih Third. , ,
Jest then th toika In the next fla,.
rapped on the wall. A Ma Wad Pa hut
up. If you doant shut us. sed Ua, sum-,K
body elae will be throwing a bat talu
th ring. . ' : .- '2
When a Maid's Wilful
ISO FOOD IX .ISDIVIDfAL RECEF-
NT IDBA. . ,
ot white wine and the same quantity
of oyster water. Measure with tbo
dlnary tumbler. Add one tumblerful ot
a strong flah broth and let boll for ten
minutes. Tblcken with butter and flour.
iK-at the aauoa again and Bnih with
fresh butter and lemon Juice, salt and
cayenne to last.
While, preparing the sauce poach six
teen oyster, put them In a lobiter
sauc. very creamy and thick. bVrv
the crab flake In a chafing dbh, with
th oyster placed la tb middle.
SHOULDER OF 8PRI.NO LASJB,
gait and peper the uunb. Put It In
a pan with melted butter on the top and
piace on tb fire. Cook It until it takea
a nice brown color. During thla time
take six beads of mushrooms, peel them
carefully and take the stems off. fait
and pepper them and stuff them with
Four soupapoona of breadcrumb, three
small shallots chopped up very fine and
a few leave of parsley chervil, also
cLopped very fine. Put la a Piece ot
butter aa big a aa egg, aat and pepper
to taste, and mix thoroughly. Flv min
ute before taking the akoulder out add
the mushroom, keeping th UTmbs well
bested with th Jules In th pan. After
thst sprinkle th shoulder wtth bread
crumbs, parsley and shallots, all chopped
very fine. Put It bach In tb oven to
color It one more and nerve. Serve th
sauc or gravy atparatery.
ORANGE EN f-URPKlSK.
Cut tb top ot an orange and ear.
fully scoop out the inside. Fill tt with
orange ic cream and over tb top
pour soma omelette soufle with vanilla
flavoring. Put the orange on some
cracked Ice and rutc It ih th oven
to give th soufle a brow eokir. Other
fruits can b treated In the sswe way.
Apples mak excellent receptacle tor
toes, minced saueds. . eta Serve on
orange Kates or for .salads ta lettuce
II y BEATRICE
vi-hn von were a sweet Utile girl, with
aji inborn wilfulness adding .to your at
tract I veneer, you demanded your wn
way, and yu had It.
- rurf for doll your aarsnts could
not afford, and they bought tt for you.
Tou demented that wnicn was n awn
for you. and they weakly yielded. And
then they helped you IK-ar in puinsnmenx
in your childhood ru dragged thlngi
Into the parlor which wr not tit to
be there, and ao objection waa lalsed.
Now that you are grown, da reu at 111
ex-rcta th arerogaUve of childhood I
Do you atlll cry for that which la bot
for your best? Da you demand Uigt
which Is not good for you?
And last, do you stilt drag Into your
parlor aaasctaiee ot whom your pareata
do not approve?
Tou are not entirely to blame If you
do all the things. Tbs blame gee hack
i,i day when you needed a leaaon la
self-control and were net taught It.
Wbst your parents did waa out of a
mistaken Interpretation ot their tov for
ou. It is up to you now to re rue to let
Indulgence in childhood mak yu a wt
ful. ineonslderau and selfish young
, Tou must take yourself a hand. ,
So much that a maid one tor resem
ble the moon. .
fo much that she ighs for resembles
the French doll ot her cAlldhood. '
Ko much of Ih tragedy ad her lift artg-'
mates iu th associates she merles Intu
In taking yourself In. hand, little Hrl.
try to reason all your longings on th
ba-Ha ot past experience, .
IHrbap tt would Dot be best for yen
to hav your wq way. Bvery man wh
drives headlong to destruction, bad bla
own way on th road.
Perhap you are wasting a great erao
Uoa en a very Utile longing. Th glasses
of envy give a sparkle tq the dingiest ob
ject seen through them. - -
Perhap you rebel wbea your aarenta
object to whom you go wtth, aad where. V
Hav you forgotten how a hurt always
followed your owa way wbea you were
4 child? They helped you bear the pun
ishment the. If you mak a mistake
aow, they wilt grieve over tt. but you will
hav to bear th punishment alone. 1 '
B good, sweet maid, and tat wbo will be J
Do nobis things, not dream them, all
Aad ao make life, death, and that vast
On grand, sweet Mag.
Hunting a Snap
Br MEJC -IO.VE9.
DrilUiis round from job to Job. nlwy quick to quit, . , ....
Changing job for other Jobs every little DK. -I
Extra irk puts on bis cm! says It U too strong.
! Couldn't think of doing It. twould keep hjra there too loaf,. '
Has a date that awning going to t show
I . : . .1 4. A ..,' .ht tlA'l lib tA V M AW
In ny aiaanuuia ii. iwr .vm - - . - -
Ha won t work himself to death -he i too Us s ehsp . .
That's U fellow you sll know who looxiag tor snap. . ,
Now yon see aim working less nd'huutlng arouhd' Ul wofA
Chasing Jobs, at aBjtiing. la wlfioe or la store.
Not so keen on wages bow, but ths tabor mast bs light, ' : '
The boss a tender-hearted guy, and the hours at work all right,
A man can't work bis life away wba wants to be a slaTe?--A
man must have some fua at times, must spend instead of ssta
He won't Uk any Job that comes he's far too wise a chapi
That's the fcilow yon all know still looking for a soap.. -
SlinVing down the Bowery,' shabby, out at bee!.
Looking for a pick-up Job to earn a scanty meal. . , ;.
Laud be knew In earlier days cbumps, fee thought them tfieo
Fass him by In autos now, solid bustne men."' .
Fritnd be had now dodge away when they see him come. . s,
fEver know a friendship last when one turns out a "bum"?
Now he has no work to do who would trust the chap? -
That's the uy yon used to know who bunted (or a sua.
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