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fTOlSZJfOLP ARTS VBP7T
A New Idea in Menu
A recent article that I came across
gives a good idea for making at
' tractive menus. The trouble with
most women is not that they do
rot know enough different dishes
to make; but that they think of
the same ones over and over. It
is such a nuisance to thumb through
a cookbook, especially as many of
the things in the average cookbook
are not specially familiar. If you
thumb through your own cookbook
or tecipe card file, you get along
better, but even that is more or
less of a nuisance.
A Quick Reference.
The idea is to have a small book,
or a few recipe cards, and to re
cord simply the names of the dif
ferent recipes you are familiar with.
Thus you would have a page or card
HAIR CETS THICK
Girls! Draw a cloth through
your hair and double
Spend a few cents I Dandruff
vanishes and hair stops
, coming out.
To be possessed of a head of .heavy,
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluf
fy, wavy and free from dandruff, is
merely a matter of using a little
It is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just
get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine now all drug stores rec
ommend it apply a little as direct
ed, and within ten minutes there
will be an appearance of abundance,
freshness, fluffiness and an incom
parable gloss and lustre, and try as
you .will, you can not find a trace
of dandruff or falling hair; but
your real surprise will be after about
two weeks' use, when you will see
new hair fine and downy at first
yes but really new hair sprout
ing out all over your scalp Dander
ine is,-we believe, the only sure
hair grower, destroyer of dandruff
and cure for itchy scalp, and it never
fails to stop falling hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty
and soft your hair really is, moisten
a cloth" with a little Danderine and
carefully draw it through your hair
taking one small strand at a time.
Your. hair will be soft, glossy and
beautiful in just a few moments a
delightful surprise awaits everyone
who tries this. Adv.'
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year, but we. do know
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appeals to the best dressers, but that hold
that shape and prove that making to be of
superior quality. That's the kind of shoes
we have to show you, in style, in sizes and
leathers to suit every purpose.
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for soups, another for meats, an
other for fish, and so forth. If you
are familiar enough with the dish
to make it without a recipe, merely
record the name, if you need a
recipe, write after the name, the
book and page where that recipe
may be found. Thus you will have
in very compact space, a complete
list of all the recipes you have ever
tried and found successful. If you
run across a recipe you want to re
member to try, that recipe name
should be written in pencil, or with
a question mark after it, until you
have tested it out.
Variations of Recipes.
Any cook who has been at the
job a long while realires that there
are really just a few fundamental
recipes in the world. Thus dozens
of pudding recipes simmer down to
the cornstarch pudding foundation.
If you write cornstarch pudding
on your list, it would be well to
place under it all the possible
variations. Thus chocolate corn
starch, coffee cornstarch, cornstarch
sponge (cornstarch pudding with egg
white folded in after the pudding
is removed from the stove), maple
A Nebraska City reader wants
suggestion for serving strawberry
shortcake without, whipped cream.
The new marshmallow topping is
quite satisfactory, and can be whip
ped. The claim is made that evap
orated milk can be whipped if it is
chilled thoroughly. Beaten white
of egg, and sugar, that is meringue,
may be put on the cake and browned
slightly in the oven. Two egg
whites plus two tablespoonfuls of
sugar are sufficient for an ordinary
sized cake. The least expensive
topping from the standpoint of
money, though the most from the
standpoint of labor, is strawberry
8 T. euirar. , 1-S c. crushed
1 kt whit. strawberries.
Mix all ingredients, (without beat
ing the egg white), then beat stead
ily 20 minutes with a flat egg beater.
This amount swells till it is enough
for 'an ordinary sized cake, and
makes a delicious topping of a deli
cate pink color.
1 pint milk. Few strains ealt.
2 egg. Few drops vanilla.
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Baked Custard Mix all ingred
ients, strain into cups or a baking
dish; set dishes into a pan of hot
water and bake in a moderate
oven till custard is set and a knife
blade will come out clean. Time,
about 45 minutes. Avoid baking
the custard too long, as it separates.
Soft Custard. Scald the milk in
a double boiler, pour it over other
ingredients well mixed, except vanil
la, strain back into the double boiler
and cook with constant stir
ring till mixture will coat a
spoon. Add vanilla. . If custard
is cooked too long the mix
ture curdles. It may be made
smooth again usually by removing
from stove and beating vigorously
with a Dover beater. :
According to figures presented by
Pauline Goldmark. manager wom
en's service section United States
railroad administration, the number
of women employed by steam rail
roads has increased 40,000 in 10
Lady Constance Stewart-Richardson,
a noted English dancer and
sportswoman, has arrived in this
country on her way to Vladiyostok,
where she will take charge of the
work of the Russian war orphans
Cuticura Clears Dandruff
In One Treatment
On retiring, comb the hair out straight,
then make a parting, gently rubbing in
Cuticura Ointment with the end of the
finger. Anoint additional partings until
the whole scalp has been treated. Place
a light covering over the hair to protect
the pillow from possible stain. The next
morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap
and hot water, using plenty of soap, best
applied with the hands. Rinse in tepid
water. Repeat in two weeks if needed.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum
everywhere 25c each.
Shoes, that not
only have that
of shape and
Former Newspaper Woman
Being Deported From
Egland, Is Report
Kuw WUevn S Troy
Miss Lillian Scott Troy, an Amer
ican writer and former correspon
dent of a number of American rews
papers, is being deported from Eng
land, according to an announcement
made by the British government.
She is an acknowledged friend of
Baron von Horst, formerly of Cal
ifornia, who recently was repatria
ted from internment. Miss Troy has
been in England for several years,
and (Juring her residence in that
country has been active as a suf
fragist. The manner in which she
espoused the cause of militant suf
fragists brought her into disfavor
with the British government. Dur
ing the great strike of dockworkers
in 1913 sne supplied 96,000 meals to
starving children of the s'rikert;
Girls From Munitions
Factories Slow to Return
to Domestic Service.
England is facing an after-the-war
servant problem that is much more
exacting than any that disturbs the
United States, where conditions
have been gradually reaching a point
at which the cook and housemaid,
who perform indefinite tasks during
unlimited hours, fortunately are be
coming extinct types of workers.
In London domestic service is
now organized and the eight-hour-day
has been decreed, much to the
discomfort of householders. Girls
who have three or four years' ex
perience as employes in munition
plants are, slow to return to their
old labors, for they have learned
the meaning of specialized tasks and
exact hours. According to reports
received by the United States De
partment of Labor, the owners of
fine residences, many of which have
been occupied for war needs, find
it more difficult to procure women
than to obtain men for domestic
service. It is demonstrated that
butlers and footmen who have been
through the war are glad to re
turn to the old routine, while the
maids who have known the delights
if independence resist the "living
in" system which limits their free
dom. Considerable controversy has
been caused in England by the ac
tion of the Women's International
league in sending a half million rub
ber nipples to Germany for German
Theatrical organizations have
pledged themselves to fill all vacan
cies whenever possible by men and
women who have served their coun
try in army, navy, marine corps or
Red Cross work.
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Man Quotes Bible
To Prove God
Suffragists Say That Opposition
Consists of Crooks, Gamblers
and Every Vicious Gang
.Washington, April 29. The Bible
was used to defeat the) bill in the
Hawaiian legislature which sought
to confer suffrage upon the women
of the islands, the National Ameri
can Woman Suffrage association an
nounced last night
The bill failed to pass by the nar
rowest margins. Charles Lake,
leader of the opposition, quoted the
Bible as offering ample proof that
God despised woman and sought to
put her down as a servant and in
ferior to her lord and master.
Summing up in his address before
the Hawaiian legislature in opposing
the suffrage bill, he said:
"Was Moses, the first leader of
the Israelites in their prime in
Egypt a woman? No, he was a man.
Was Joshua, the successor of Moses
a woman? No, he was a man. Christ
talked to fishermen and made them
his followers. Were the fishermen
women? No, they were men."
The women in their statement
"Had this bill carried another ter
ritory would have been added to the
twenty foreign governments and
one United States territory which
have beaten the United States senate
in giving suffrage to women.
"The Hawaiian woman suffrage
bill was killed at the behest of the
political gangsters who manipulated
the government of the city and coun
ty of Honolulu for their own profit
and who have the support of every
crook, every professional gambler
and every . vicious element in the
The women have already begun
plans for another campaign.
Mrs. McCormick Held Captive
for Four Months by the
Mr Fraoik. G MCormccIc.
Mrs. Frank G. McCormick, bride
of Sergeant-Major Frank G. McCor
mick, of Mahaffy, Pa., was formerly
Miss Eleena V. Marsden, of Saska
toon, Canada. She enlisted in the
stenographic corps of the Canadian
army in 1914 and soon went to
France. During the great German
drive she was wounded and captured
and held prisoner four months. Dur
ing this time, she declares, the Ger
mans deliberately disfigured her. Af
ter her release she -went to London
and soon returned to service in
France. In April of last year she
was again wounded, and while being
taken to a hospital met her future
husband. The photograph was made
upon her arrival in New York.
My Heart and
Adele Garrison's New Phase of
Revelations oj a Wife
Why Madge Crept Downstairs to
See What Dicky Was Doing.
As I walked swiftly down"the hall
to the staircase I heard Dicky's
voice from the door, of the library.
"Madge, oh, Madge 1" he called soft
ly. I knew he was afraid of awaken
ing the other members of the house
hold, by this time asleep.
I ignored the call absolutely, hur
rying up the steps as fast as I
could. My husband's voice sounded
again, this time with a peremptory
note through its softness.
"Come here, you little idiot."
Through all my cold anger a note
of that voice tugged at my heart,
pleaded with me to turn. But the
affront he had given me was too
fresh. I steeled my heart and went
"Then go to the " The closing
of the library door cut off the con
clusion of the sentence, uttered with
angry intonation. And I was actual
ly glad of the gruff tone. I was so
angry that I wished no quick re
pentance of Dicky's to be able to
mitigate my wrath.
It isn't very often that I allow
myself to be swept by such a white
hot flame of anger as consumed me
when I finally reached my room
and locked the door behind me.
Usually 'I can control myself, and
before I, have reached the unreason
ing stage my common sense comes
to the rescue.
But in the half-hour following my
tempestuous exit from the library I
gave no heed to the warning little
voice that told me I was jeopardir
ing the success of Mr. Stockbridge's
carefully laid plans by thus anger
ing Dicky. I knew that he was per
fectly capable of throwing up the
whole engagement if he let his tem
per get sufficiently the better of
him, but I didn't care. So intense
was my anger and pride, that I be
lieve I could have stood aside and
seen him destroy everything I cher
ished, save only my baby, without
deigning to utter a word of protest.
Papers Being Tossed Around.
I heard him come upstairs and go
to his room, then the familiar sounds
of papers being tossed around, sure
sign that Dicky was hunting some
thing he had mislaid. Then he came
out of his room, closing the door
behind him, and went downstairs.
My curiosity began to get the bet
ter of my wrath. Was he so angry
that he meant to take the last train
into the city and stay there during
the whole of the next day's planned
festivities? I listened intently for
the sound of the closing' outer door,
but it didn't come, and after-a long
interval I opened my door and soft
ly crept downstairs and ' into a
corner of the hall from which I
could see the library door. It was
almost closed, so that I could not
see into the room, but I could hear
a constant, rustling of 'paper, which
was distinctly neither the turning
pages of book, magazine or news
paper, and it was punctuated by a
queer, soft, swishing sound, the
meaning of which I could not guess.
Thoroughly mystified, I crept
back upstairs, thankful at least that
he had no thought of leaving the
house. But what in the world was
the meaning of his queer perform
ance in the library?
There was no use in speculating,
however, so I turned my attention to
getting ready for the work and fes
tivities of the next day and evening.
I much feared that I would not need
any preparation for the latter, but
I doggedly went forward upon the
assumption that somehow things
would turn out all right I put all
the accessories of my evening toilet
into a dress case, leaving it open,
that the last thing before leaving the
house in the morning I might lay
in my gown and cloak. Mrs. Stock
bridge, who seemed bent upon show
ing me how sweet and considerate
she could be when she tried, had
written me a dear little note offer-
These scenic beauty
spots are maintained
by the United States
as free recreation
centers. Vacation ,in
your own National
Parks this summer.
M558 17th IT
ing to hang up my things for me to
avoid their rumpling if I would send
my dress case to her home as soon
as I arrived at school. i -
Then as is always my custom,
made ready as far as possible for my
departure the next morning. Every
article of the clothing I was to wear
was in readiness, laid out where I
could reach it with the least trouble.
As I brushed and braided my hair
I thought ironically of the pleasure
with which I had anticipated wear
ing the modish suit and hat which
Dicky had insisted upon my select
ing. I had not yet shown them to
him; indeed, the suit had just come
home after minor alternations, and
I had quite counted upon the pleased
surprise which I was sure would be
his when he first saw them.
As I turned out my light and
crept .into bed I heard Dicky's foot
steps upon the stairs again. He halt
ed for a second or two outside my
door, then went on to his own, clos
ing it. I waited Until I heard his
shoes drop on the floor, sure sign
that he was really going to bed at
last, and then sprang out of bed,
put on a bathrobe and slippers, and
crept noiselessly downstairs to the
The torn manuscript had disap
peared, and the things upon the big
work desk were arranged differently
than they had been earlier in the
With a sudden thought I opened
the compartment where we keep the;,
mucilage, library paste, scissors and
other; accessories. ' :
The bottle of library paste had
just been used, I could plainly see
that, and the scissors were still
Dicky must have been pasting to
gether the manuscript I had torn in
anger. .- -
Austrian women who received the
right of suffrage, following the dis
solution of the empire, participated
in their first election recently, when
they voted for delegates to the Con
Topeka clubwomen have started a
movement to have householders in
th same locality cut the grass on
thf same day, so as to keep the
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Lady Ivy Spencer, eldest daughter
of Viscount and Viscountess Church
ill, recently made her debut, which
was delayed by the great war, in
London, according to a report re
ceived here. Lady Ivy has been ac
tive as a canteen worker since the
outbreak of the war. .
By presenting each one a nice,
new doll, Mrs. J. B. A. Robertson,
wife of Oklahoma's governor, made
happy 60 little girl Inmates of the
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la Winnipeg the minimum wa
for women employed In restaurant!
has been fixed at fll.sO psr week
and the number of working hours)
has been limited to 10 per day and
48 per' week, one whole day eaoh
week to be free.
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Following years of agitation the
British Parliament has finally pass
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of women to the practice of law net
merely ae solicitors, but as barristers
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