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THEN RIDE OUT SPRUCE STREET
Spectacular and Vastly Amusing Are the Initia-
Grounds Open Season for the Hazer Also
jjj J""1"1' . n,.i, .
" V" tots being paid off, ono Is
'l,'tortnlnmont at any nnd all t
" fpiffl season has arrived, nnd for the
'I'Vf next fow weeks 'wo must school our
ji, L1 Vilves to bo ntirjirlaed at nothing that
!) happens In tho Vicinity of tlio University
s fcampus. What with this and election
nny and all times.
'. Tho very fact of knowing that passers
hy are "In" on It and fully understand
, they aro being hazed or Initiated mnkofl
these otherwise timid youths bravo and
bold when carrying out their stunts.
Queer, Isn't it?
( K Ono night this week while riding In a
i ", Spruce street car I was nmited to eeo an
-' . Apparently nana man suddonly Jump to
'h!fl foot, strldo rapidly down tho alsto,
' holding In ono hand a largo lantern, nnd
(roll or rathor plpo out "Cuckoo."
IIo was palo nnd dreadfully "fussed"
. over having to undergo this ordoal, and
tvhon commanded by his "superior offlcor"
ip alng tho "lied nnd Uluo," his volco
Bounded weak nnd quavery nnd his faco
Iras ashen. But Just as soon as noma
, silly young things In tho car began to
fflgglo out loud and tho other posiongcrs
to emtio knowingly, ho took heart, nnd
from thon on seemed to onjoy tho pro
Igram, growing actually cocky over each
1 Ho crawlod up tho alslo on his hands
aid knees, announced each street ns It
traa passed, and when I left tho car ho
'(rail beginning a slow and stately wattz,
Vrhtch, an tho car Jcrkod, became truly a
It la strango what effect a sympathetic
HUdlonce will havo on any one. Thoro
(STo somo porsons who seem to frcezo up
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ono'fl nature, 50 that consequently thoy
novcr know any ono at his best. Others
possess that sympathetic quality which
Instantly calls forth tho utmost that Is
It Isn't nceosarlly tho most Intelligent
pcoplo who havo It. A woman whoso lee
turos aro much In demand told mo today
that tho most unsympathetic audlonco
sho had ovor talked licforo was that nt a
club of professional women, all of them
bright nnd clover, but, she said, their
fncos rcllectcd not tho slightest Bhado of
Intelligence while sho was talking, nnd aa
a lcsult alio felt that sho had boon mo-it
borcsomo. Sho said that tho same talk
when dollvcrod boforo n mixed audlonco
mot with nn enthusiastic response, not
bccaiiBo tho pcoplo wero nny moro lntolll
gent or nny lorn so, either, for that mat-
iter, but Just woll, you know yoursolf,
THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
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invited. It (e understood that the editor does not necessarily indorse the sentiments ex
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THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. Evening Ledger, Philadelphia, Va,
Its winner of today' prize U Mn. 51. K. Haas, of Delanco, N, J nkoaa letter appeared In
I. What la tho beet war to cltian white wood
rorkT I. now can mat bo remored from rJcfceJwnre?
8. How can oUto oil bo prerented from bo
In It proper to ireur cloven turned doirn
oer tlio band Instead of clasped?
2. Yt hat preparation wilt retain tho tint of
3. Hon- can the odor of onions bo i-emored
from tho breath?
ANSWERS TO YESTERDAY'S INQUIRIES
1. A sponce placed In tho bottom of china
or porcelain umbrella otand prevents the hard
knock which frequently result In cracks and
WU1 alo absorb tho moisture from tho drippings.
A wet umbrella ibould bo left open
If closed, when wet tho silk will rot.
8, A teaspoonfol of corniUrch added to a cup
nt rail and thorouthlr mixed will keep tho salt
from stlcklnc In damp weather.
Safety First for tho Kiddles
V the Editor 0 Womon't raae:
Dead Madam Many accidenU to tho little
nee cawed by the slfpplnr cf ruse on polished
floors may be prevented by a llltlo precaution
on tne roomers pan.
and alt that U required Is a malf portion of
to the floor.
onion or a
an men wiae.
aniaint cnll nt air1rialva 1 flTltl
Sit olt four pieces, each about two Inches long.
-1-a) .. h. nt.mmm this mtdflt. 1in.Vlnar th
sticky aide out, and fatten together with a drop t
of atrons slue. ,
5 Put ru In place, with ono piece of tape
ndar each comer, and preae firmly to the tloor.
he plaster will adhere autflclently to keep the
ru from alldlne. but not enough to prevent It
failni taken up for cleantns". When dotnjr thli.
pull plastera oarefully from the floor, leaving
hem on rug to ue again when replaced.
Any traces remaining on tho wood aro easily
removed when wishing to change position of the
rvg. J. 13. AlcCUX.
ThU Is an excellent safeguard, not only
for children, but for older persons, many
at whom hava Buffered broken bones by
Slipping on rugs.
Utilizing Left-Over Bread
Mb tht Editor 0 Woman's raae:
Bear Madam Pieces jit bread that are left
terer from each meal, alio pieces of crusts that
Eaye bean cut off aandwlchea, con be utilized
by placing them In a warm ovsn to dry and
brown lightly. Then put them through a food
kMnnw mini. a An lrn1f. This mtUCB a
Plendld meal for breading chops, cutlets,
1. A good way to keep dnnclne slippers se
cure Is to work with ullk or buttonhole twist n
loop on the stocking Jimt nhrre tho slipper
strikes. Hlln n ribbon fustenrd to (he slipper
through this loop nnd tie. The end can be
slipped Inelda tho slipper nnd will not be notice
able. Another method Is to uie on eneh slipper
a piece of elastle ribbon one-half Inch wldo nnd
six Inches long. Vusteii the middle of the strip
to tho Inside of tho beet of the slipper, stretch
tho ends a little nnd fusteu (hem to the sides of
8. An old-fashioned garden watering-pot. sus
pended on a nail above the tub, can be used to
rinse the hair when no bath spray Is available.
8. Spats should not be worn with seml-evrnlng
dress. Bilk stockings with slippers or pumps
may be worn or. If preferred, a high boot of
Proper Food for tho Children
To the Editor of IVoman't i'aoe:
miarfV".11-So m.I,ny ."oplo have said to
me. arter seeing my two little elris wh nr
four and six years old -What do sSm fSid
them on to make them so healthy Sly Answe?
I ?e?l If 'my'S?,, J,1,'iuln', '""nt1al fol""'nut
X jeei It my HUty .to heln ttmnti rnniii.. ....... .
remli- nf vm... In... . ... nt i,u n
ystsrs, etc. ,
I havo secured many ussful reel
VJsNfol rccS"'8ijX f'
Care of the Hands
JS (A Editor 0 Woman's Fapt:
Dear Madam When working with fruit that
tains the hands I hava discovered that If the
bands are treated to a wash of vanishing cream.
Well rubbed In. before putting them In water
there will be no ptaln. Thla proves .true even
Jrtth grapes. UX.Ua.NOU W.
Canning; Berries Without Ileat
KV the Editor of Woman's Faae:
Dear Madam Last summer I did a lltUe ex-
rrlmentlng. canning strawberries without heat,
cooked a Quantity of syrup (about a teacup of
ugar to a quart of water)) then, ansr 11 was
.ulte cold. I tilled Jars with the fruit, then
die around to permit air to escsp
poured In syrup to
armlt air to ascaua.
1st the Jars stand uncovered until I was aure
and as an
laced melted paraffin between
there waa not an air bubble laftl then I screwed
1,4 .A riihh. nt Ihh 4r.
I wish it were possible to Inclose a specimen
on my lids aa tightly, as posst!
extra precaution placed. melte
lid and ruhoer oc tne
.n old btwl
wall you can
i we had them for dinner today, The color and
pavor are the same aa when tha berrlea were
K. .lucked from the ."Mffi, u ..
Holders for Brooms and Brushes
ffl tht Editor of Woman's Pope,
Dear Madam If you will p
Grins on the kitchen or shed wall you can
ns your brooms or brushes on tt by pushing
thtrn between the wire springs. IMKNB,
a tunacoi , M.
Freeing Soup of Fat
To MH editor of JVcman's Paott
Dear Madame One way ta remove fat
from soup while it .le still hot Is to pour a
!" ii of cold water Into the soup, then alt the
at wtli rise to the', top and it can bj removed
wttb Pon, (MR8J U. M. W
, pamden, N. J,
To Clean White Enamel Sink
f tht JSittor of TFewoft,'- Page;
Dear Madam How" do yoa remove stains from
orbit (hams! sinks? U LSI 13 JJcK.
Soap, Water and elbow grease will not
Eiwayij do this. Sometimes wo must uaa a
ckaiislnir powder which la allsbtly sTltty,
I tiut not sufficiently so to scratch. There are
f Quito a number of different cleansers on the
1 market All that Is necessary la to snake;
i jr. r t Ilttlo powder on a, damp cloth and rub tha
V-"try;V ebJccttocftWe marks, and with thla aid you
- 3T' j aa always keep tha Inside) of your sink
. i,CS flUUi W?U1AU?B. 0VIUO ,OVViO UAO KCfO-
Ta Induce Sleep
Ta tht Editor of WomaK't Paat:
Pear Madam X am twenty-one and ke
Goaaa for my father. The other nlxht whan
west to bed I could not. get to sleep. While
to drink .n.i" V-."! ".""V. "i "K9 ''em
SSti VrHmeai JJHTJWtt.y'SSS ?w. 1 "coXd!
whoT. wh;c,h0,'V,, ralalnsfor breakfast and
S i!1.! ?fia,'.am l;re"d. wlth ranut but
lit mnrl",h.!'J .'k1"1 '..c"i nna ver" l'l8 meat.
S2 v?i?fB. thun ,nr Umt wk. No pork
or veali eggs ura cheaper In the end. I never
Blv my iRlldren pennies to go nt.d buy cindy!
til ,,."". "ur8. t0 Kur """ ht la not m
Tor their stomachs. We buy the best, and
rVr' c,anay "?' ,a Pot '" ei never 2Sy
that u uncovered and exposed to the dust
They never think of osklnif for a penny for
candy. After breakfast or noonday meal the?
!'i. ""r1' nev."r i'fter, supper or betwi"
times. .They eat well nnd rarely aak for food
between meals. Sometimes when I think th.2
are really hungry I glvo them apples I do u ve
;?" PJnn.,e" 'raauently. as I believe In teaching
ttW..W' ot,ni0-nerl ,1 .1 '.y run to th.l?
oanss wun it. L.ast. but rot least. Is the
motto I learned when a little child- "Karly to
bed and early to rise makes a man healthy,
wealthy and wise." I also see that they brush
their teeth nleht and morning anil after each
meal, and alvraya use a carboloted aoap for
. a. u,
jai, ana always use a carboloted soap for
thing, aa I think It keeps away disease. Lota
outdoor exercise and jjlenty of fresh air at
(ht while sleeping. They are rarely sick,
Receiving Training In Housework
To tht Editor of Woman's Paatt
Dear Madam -As the servant Question la fc
coming more and moro acute every day. I think
i.,,uuil lUISUt PO
When I. was. thinking of marrying, my mother
the following suggestion might
told me that I must first learn to run a hoiia..
and to give mo the neceasary opportunity shs
made arrangements with a family for me to
stay with them for a year, doing the house
work, helping In the kitchen, with the market
ing, and, In fact, with anything In the house.
J wss to receive no compensation, but was to
be treated as one of the family, taking my
meals Ir. the dlntnr room, being present when
they entertained, getting not alone an Insight
into practical housekeeping, but also Into the
social duties of a hostess.
It was an Invaluable experience to me and
has helped me to steer clear of many shoals
which otherwise might have wrecked my msr-
... ii, 4 am buiq iiiKiijr JUUHV BlTIS Ot. gOOQ
families, but without means to secure the noces.
sary trairlng, would be delighted with aa ar-
uiua.i i; a.
rangement of this kind.
deep It occurred
trzSsis to compose my mind for
ta to that it might b beneficial to others to
kiMW .what plia I adopted. J have tried this
ria uasea ei.t of number It has never failed
tmttt or rather I think over and over
tto Ant teair lljaes of Sir WalUr Scott'a "hay
.fTf-a tast Miastrel ' Any four lines f po ry
09. tuii i 4t add on tuutkiu. one must
Una Found Platonic Friendship a Succea
To the Editor if Woman's Page:
Dear Madam I think Plutonic friendship Is
possible with nearly every one and should be
with Miss Josephine C.
It all depends on how the situation Is handled.
Surely the question la made delicate through
conventionality when a young lady asks a
young man to accompany her anywhere. Tet
It would have a different aspect if the same
young lady would take one or more of her beat
male friends Into her conndence and dtacusa the
aueatlon In full, and ask them It they wouldn't
like to try friendship with the opposite sex
on tne sams oasis as mat or ineir own sex,
I know; I am the fortunate victim of one
young lady and once myself proposed the same
to another, and never had cause to regret la
either case. , 8. 8. a.
Should She Give Presents?
Ta the Editor of Woman's Page:
Dear Madam Kindly Inform roe whether
"Pardon 1" Is correct!
I am a girl past sixteen years of age and
work In an office where all the girls are oldei
than I am. It has always been their custom to
present each other with a Christmas gift not
anything- expensive. Now, I will not buy them
anyuua-, uu. j am sure may wuj cacn present
too with one.
Please advise me what I shall do In this
matter I Bhall I accept tha sifts I I do Lot be.
Have In eju.haaxlna' oresents outsld at th
(1) The phrasa is Incorrect, "Me" should
C) The wisest thins for you to do as
Christmas approaches Is to let each girl
understand that you do not believe in ex
changing presents and never make gifts out-
siua oi your own tamiiy. Then tftey prob
ably will net gfve yu anytWija If they
HOW TO MAKE JEWELRY
ENHANCE YOUR BEAUTY
By LUCREZIA BORI
Trims Donna of the Metropolitan Opera Company
Good tnsto in jewelry
IN Tlinsn tlnya of refinement and good
tnsto In most tilings It In surprising how
ory few women know how to wear Jew
elry The too extravngnnt una of Jewels
lii it common fault, nnd detracts from tlio
beauty of so mnny that ovcry one fortunnto
enough to possess precious or nemlpreclotii
KtmH should learn tho art of wearing them
Tho troublo Is Hint most Jewelry lias been
glon to tho owner nt different times, anil
represents tlio different tnrttcs of the donors
I'm this renson Jewelry seldom harmonizes.
It M better to wear n single ornament, good
of Its kind nnd In harmony with a costume,
thnn a dozen handsome ornaments worn
titcnuso the owner wishes to display them
Jewels should glvo tho correct finishing
touch to tho coitumo nnd ndil to tho love
llnesi pf tho wearer Women who posioss
a collection of beautiful colored Jewels
should keep them In mind when chooilng
tho color Bcheino for tholr frocks Wonder
ful hnrmonles can ho nchlevcd In this way.
Ken If you nro endowed with that ar
tittle senio cnllcd, for want of a better
name, "good taste," where dross Is con
cerned, you must, havo a well-ilovelopcd
flenso of color In order to wear Jowelry suc
cessfully. This will help you to atotd the
mixing of precious stones that clash with
each other. It M nn unpardonable offenso
ninlnst tho ethics of Jowcl wearing to mix
pearls with nny colored stones Diamonds
alono will not detract from their cxnulslto
Then, too. It Is necessary for you to study
which particular gem Is most becoming to
you. For Instance, a petite- blonde of deli
cate porcelaln-llko loveliness should not
lndcn hersolf with Jewels of bnrbarlo color
ing nnd design. They will only add to the
beauty of her sister with Titian or mid
night tresses. Thcro nro fow Jewels that art,
becoming to every typo of femininity.
Avoid wearing a collection of French Jew
elry I hava In mind a frlond who covers
herself with n number of brooches, pins nnd
odd ornaments until sho resembles a Christ
mas tree. She wears at ono tlmo enough
Jowelry to decornto a dozen women. A sin
gle liar pin or brooch, and a ring, good of
tholr kind, would bo far moiro attractive on
her than this luxurious display of Imitation
Not more than ono out of every ten wom
en knows when nnd where Jewolry should
ho worn. In tho morning It Is bad taBto to
wear moro than n brooch and X ring A
string of pearls, a bracelet and n lavalllero
mny bo added for afternoon wear, while
with the evening gown an elaborate ncck
Ince, earrings, bracelets, corsage ornament
nnd Jeweled bandeau or tiara aro within
tin bounds of good taste on formal occa
sions, Nover make the gravo mistake of wear
ing Jewelry when In mourning Collar and
cuff pins of black ennmel, or of dull Jet,
aro all good taste will permit you to use
with black attire. With the all-white eve
ning attire, adopted by mnny persons, pearls
nro worn. ,
If you possess heirlooms In the heavy,
clumsy settings of tho mld-Vlctorlan era,
havo them reset, by alt means It Is often
a mistake to hcsltato nbout having them
broken up nnd made Into tho graceful, ele
gant pieces of Jewelry that are fashionable
Wear Jewels because you like them and
arc conscious of their charm. If you prize
thim merely because they represent wealth
they will never add to your appearance
When you purchaso Jewelry display ns
much good Judgment and thought as you
do In the selection of your gowns. Do not
buy an ornament simply because It happens
to be the fad of the moment or because It
appeals to your sense of the beautiful
Mr.lte sure that It will harmonlzo with your
benuty and personality.
Should you find that you are tha type of
woman who looks boat with little or no
Jewolry, then dispense with Its use alto
gether, or wear the small amount that la
necessary to make you well-dreBsed. On
thb other hand. If you are of the rare type
that can adorn Itself with ns many Jewels
ai an Oriental princess and still look beau
tiful, youmay wear more Jewelry than the
beauty of bo many that every one fortunte
An oxtravngnnt ovcrdisplay.
It la to be deplored that the costly Jewelry
worn by tho majority of women only Berves
to make them conspicuous Instead of add
ing to tholr beauty
Height of Luxury Reached in Scnaon's
THn Influence of tho I'nr Hast nnd of the
Middle Aget Is evident In many of the
most bcautlf'il of now evening wrap. Won
derful metnl brocndei of Chlneso design are
fashioned Into cmts which nro obviously a
modern adaptation of tlio mandarin contC
Kxqulslto velvets In rich dark tones .iro mo
materials favored for making tho volumi
nous, cape-like wrain whoso source of In
spiration wero tho tlcgant c!tiI(b of the
mm en nge
Fur, metnl or Jewel embroideries, bend,
metal or chcnillo towels and metal!!- laces
are employed us trimming on tho more
Tho designers havo satisfied a long sup
pressed dcilro to bo cxtravngnnt In the use
of rich mntci litis nnd brilliant coloring.
It Is ensy to trace tlio Chlneso origin of
a hantUomo wrap of brocaded sntln Hlue,
gold and yellow, the colors of the Celestial
Kingdom, aro wonderfully blended In thla
lovely fabric, Tho Unci of tho coat aro
undcnlnbly Chinese, although a soft draping
at tho sides gives It a modern appearance
Tho sleeves, of course, nro wldo, and the
coat fastens far to one side, tho hook nnd
eye being cleverly conccnlcd beneath a crys
tal tassel of generous proportions.
Tho epitome of luxury was reached when
a largo sablo collar was ndded to this coat.
Quito different In character but equally
handsome Is a wrap of pea-green velvet. It
hangs In voluminous fold1 from tho shoul
ders, forming wldo box plaits at even In
tervals. A broad capo of kolinsky falls far
over tho shoulders, and over It Is turned a
wldo collar of tho velvet.
Muff cuffs of tho fur finish the sleeves,
nnd a wide border of kolinsky, shaped to
form points at tho oldos, Is applied to the
The coat Is lined with a soft brocaded silk
of the same tone,
Keeps PlcdRc; Names Baby Wllsonmina
LANCASTER, Nov. 17. Bofore election
Frank Douglas, of Woshlngtonboro. said
ho would name his child after Wilson If
tho President won. Yesterday tho child
was born Her name Is Wllsonmina.
IhP BOOT SHOPytk
3; 1223 Chestnut P
Why Pay W8
T. can offer yea the
same styles for .oo
and 13.00. Don't waste
your money paying
exorbitant ground floor shoe
Our 2d Floor Location
and early purchases saved us
thousands of dollars suid we
ran save you from $1 to J
on every pair of shoes.
Ono Flight Up Saw
$2 to $3 For You
nana "r nmam
Tan Boots at
Market Value $9,00
?m g 9a
tm &BrM jS2ts
10 this Is not a Reduc
tion advertisement, al
though It announces,
nnd truthfully, $9.00
boots for ?G.50.
They are $6.60 ONLY because
of Geutinj: fortslcht and Judg
ment. Foresight In producing
early before the present irreat
price advances judgment In
producing the correct styles that
today lead the Fashion Parade.
Beautiful rich Tan Kid Boots
with Louis heels as shown, or
aa In the Wellesly, low comfort
able walking heel.
Re-orders in these Tan Boots
will have to be marked $9 the
Every Foot ProfnthnaU Fitted Thru GeuUna Brother
Unusual Ways to Serve Cereals
HOT cereals cornmeal, oatmeal, farina,
etc are on moat breakfast tables dur
Ing cold weather when we need these heat
ing foods. Uut they grow monotonous all
too soon, eapecltlly to the younger members
of the family, and so the homamAker flnda
It necessary to ring a few changes In the
method of cooking and serving to tempt
tha morning appetite.
There are a few small hints that help
to rnaha perfect oatmeal, but which are
not always observed. In the flrat place,
the water should always Doll fast before
tha oatmeal la added, and then tho oatmeal
must be allrred In slowly, not dumped In
all nt once, as this Is likely to make the
dish unoven and lumpy. The dlh should
be stirred continually for about fifteen min
utes after the oatmeal In added, and, while
It may be ready to cat at that lime, It
should be remembered that the longer oat
meal la cooked the softer Is the grain nnd
the better la the flavor. With a flreless
cooker the method Is simple. Place the
dish In the flreless over hlght after the
preliminary flve-mlnUto bolting.
Tho serving of mtlshy cereals like corn
meal, farina or oatmeal should bo watched
Although It Is tho custom In many families
to serve cereal In deep dishes and even
In small bowls, this really dftrncts from
tho appetizing appearance of the dlih. If
served In shallow dlshos Instead, It will be
much more attractive and thcro will be calls
for second helpings Instead of tlio half-fln-Ished
howls being left.
Fnrlna should be prepared by stirring
two lablcspoonfuls of farina In ono cup
ful of boiling salted water In a double
boiler. After fifteen minutes of boiling,
ono cupful of milk Is ndded and then -tho
dish la boiled for fifteen minute longer
Cornmcnl In prepared llko oatmeal, the
menl being ndded to boiling water very
nlowly and stirred well constantly to pro
vent any lumping. Hero are a few aug
gestlonu for varrylng the usual plaln
bolled brcnkfnst cereal ,
Measure tho partly cooked cornmeal and
ndd two tnblespoonfuls of grated cheese to
each cupful of cornmeal, Mix nnd bako
In oven twenty minutes
1'ARINA BltnAKFAST TUDDINO
One tnblcspoonful of farina, ono cupful
of milk, ono tnblespoonful of sugar, one
tenspoonful of vanilla, ono egg, dash of salt
Scald the milk, add tho fnrlna nnd stir
until smooth nnd thick, then ndd salt and
sugar, rover nnd cook half an hour, Just
before removing from the flro ndd tho
beaten egg and tho vanilla
This dish can be made the day beforo
It Is used. Tour tho mlxturo Into llttlo
cups or rnmcklns dipped In cold vvatcr and
ailow thorn to become cold Serto with hot
milk or with cream and sugar.
A good left-over hot breakfast dish can
bo mado by utilizing loft-over cold meat
and oatmeal of tho day beforo This dish
must be prepared partly tho night before,
by putting left-over oatmeal In small
ramekins or custard cupo to grow firm. In
tho morning, removo the center of tho oat
meal In each ramekin, mix tho mixture In
tho center of ramekin ngnln nnd put in n
hot ovon until slightly browned on top.
This can be served with cream sauco If
taiim: rort cooking cnitnALs
Kind Quantity Wnter
Steam cooked and rolled
oats 1 IK
Quaker rolled oats, steam
cooked and rolled
wheats 1 lvt
Indian meal ,it.
.tcerdlng to are ef rlee.
Cut one pound ripe pumpkin Into neat
slices about four Inches long and one and a
half Inches wide; remove rind and seeds.
Put two ounces of butter Into a saucepan,
place It on the fjre when It bolls, add about ,
one ounce of sliced onions and fry to a nice
brown. Add a tableipoon of curry powder
and fry for three or four minutes, stirring
well. Add about one-fourth pint of hot
water, or a llttlo less, and a teaspoon o(
salt. Let this boll, then put In the sliced
pumpkin nnd another ounce of sliced
onions. Cover tho saucepan and simmer
the curry gently for one hour, or until the
pumpkin Is quite tender, being careful not
to break the pieces.
Saving Crumbs of Bread
B.ivo all pieces. If you have V loaf
about to mold, cut In thin slices ', plnce
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How Many Wives Want
Just This Opportunity?
AT Ardmore, on the Main Line, the
most exclusive Suburban residential
district in the country
will rent an exceptionally
handsome twin house within
eight minutes' walk of the sta
tion. $9,500 Will Buy It!
HERE ARE ITS
Built by Walter Bassett Smith.
Open fireplace In hall.
Stone and brick construction;
wide veranda separated by 12
feet from next dwelling.
Two baths, seven bedroomg,
pantry, laundry, reception hall,
big, airy dining room, indirect
electric light. Large cellar.
Spacious closets everywhere.
Just papcredand newly roofed.
NOTE THESE PARTICULARS EXACTLY DESCRIBE
ANOTHER HOUSE FIVE MINUTES' WALK FROM ARD
for which rent is $55
410,000 WILL BUY IT.
Measured by minutes, you are
as near City Hall in either one
of these houses as if you lived on
Address all inquiries to Walter
Bassett Smith, Overbrook, Pa.
Better still, phone Overbrook
1146 and make appointment to
see them by automobile.
But, phone nowl
Walter Bassett Smith
2135 N. 63rd (Right at station) Overbrook
BONW1T TELLER &XO.
CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET
jt "Jeunes Filles" Modes A
M& and "Flapper" Apparel &
TQmtf Special Anniversary Prices Arranged for fcljjl
95 Misses' Tailleur Suits.
In Broadcloth, Gabardine, Serge with
and without Fur, Tailored and Dressy
75 Misses' Tailleur Suits. 1
In Velour, Broadcloth, Poiret twill.
100 Misses' Suits.
In Velour, Broadcloth, Pojret Twill, and Wool Jersey, including copies of .imported
models, trimmed with Mole, Hudson Seal, Nutria and Natural Raccoon.
35.00 & 45.00
120 Misses' Coats.
Token from our regular
arranged for this sale,
Zibelines, Cheviots and
Misses' Street Coats.
In velour, Patagonia Cloth, Bolivia.
Corduroys, Large fur collars and fur
trimmed, ' , ,,.
25.00 to 59.50
Misses' Street, Afternoon and Dance Frocks.
In Taffeta, Charmeuse, Net, Georgette Crepe, Serge, and Serge and S,atin Combinations,
19.50 to 125.00 !
"Flapper" Coats. '
These coats are in imported Chev
iots and Boucles, fur trimmed.
In Velvet, Taffeta. Crepe de Chine,
Charmeuse and Serge.
10.00 to 35,00
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