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GOES TO Rm, fourteen years of enforced because of I11 bealth, J, H. Keeler, whieiy-known Maryland clti, o has gained forty pounds at the I years and gone back to every day. Mr. Keeler, wbo re- at 3708 Thirty-Second St.," Mt. Md.. gives entire credit for h extraordinary rehabilitation to Tan- stomach was tn such terrible i could hardly digest a says blr. Keeler. "It would ? well to nearly twlce Its normal slze and I would have frlgbtful pains through my stomach and back. I felt weak, dizzy and mlserable work was out of tbe question, In fact, my gave me up on three or four Oeeaslol. **Five months ago 1 began taking Tanlae and improved from the very .llt bottle. I now eat anything on the table, have gained fortypounds, and bgek at work every day. Actually. I feel liken boy again. It would be of me not to praise Tan- lae. , ac IS for sale by all good drug- gis(uk Accept no substitute. Over 87 U IflUon bottles sold. Tanlac Vegetable Pills are Nature's own remedy for constipation,  For sale overywb ere.Adver tisement. Jevenile Lament. ore ls an only child atad she rebels at ber lonsesome play- times. Recently our neighbors were congratulations on their second palr of twins, and when Lahore heard ,the news she ex- claimed : MIIImtPPI i Our Woman's Feature Page Containing Pankala00 dw of ln.dn00 ILLUSTRATED P DADDI3  ZdJRY STOR]: KITCItKM C&BINKT ..... Lad00 Don's 7hu Page Tale MOTHER PERIPATUS Mother Pertpatus was talking to her child. Now a peripatus Is a curious creature, as might almost be ima- gined by her ..:  name. With such a name as that [ rea.y be an dinary creature. "I'm something like a worm," she told her child, "and yet I have __ breathing tubes which makes me something llke an 1' insect. I have a nice soft body and am of a nice color. I have lt- ||mmmm|mmmmmmmmmm||mm mmm||m||mm||mm m m m|m.. | |mm m|w | m m -- -- | | |  i Fred,. Th t Do D ubla o e Duty', i | ....... | | m i Fe d" Knitt d M des i atm'e m e o | | HE two dainty creations pictured above may be said to lead a double life since they are ready to answer for afternoon affairs or dinner parties with equal propriety. The extremes of the new styles are evident when the two frocks are compared. Practically the only thing they have in common Is the round neck The model shown at the left employs taffeta In a soft pastel shade and Is trimmed,with narrow folds of the same material gathered on cords. Two of these folds outline the neck and the same trimming ornaments the lower half of the skirt. Two b,mches of stnffed flowers made of the same material combined with ribbon are posed at the waistline Just tinily manifest In lovely creations vari- ously known as the tie-blouse, sweater, Jacquette or slipon as the case may be. One can be very smart these days in any one of these delectable modes topping a plaited crepe de chine skirt. Indeed, even the informal little lunch and tea-table will receive you approv- Ingly if your knitted blouse Is of the dressier type, such for instance as is set forth In the accompanying picture. An adorable sort, is this sllpon sweater knit of silk, faultless in fash- ioning and handsome in coloring. There is a ravishing bit of vivid cross- stitch embroidery on the cuffs and but. tram Just enough tu supply a dis, tinguishing touch of the ornate. The newer knitwear nmdes especial- Cherry Leaf Spot Can Be Controlled by Spraying Cherry leaf spot, which defoliates the sweet and tmur cherry trees ev- ery midsummer promises to be Just as serious this smnmer as In past sea- |mmm|m|m| .mm(m mm|(mm || I I Ihne-sulphur, bordeaux mixture, or sulphur dust Is applied at once. By attacking the leaves and causing them i CABINET to drop this disea.,e weakens the trees. sad by reducing the leaf-area tmme- m-q. ............. :. ...... .J dlately around the fruit spur, It holds  lgL Weltern NewpaDer Unton.) You may grow for your neigh- per, grapes or grape shot, he also will grow grapes or grape shot for ou and you will each reap what you have sown.Ruskln. SEASONABLE DISHES Take a small-slged ripe red tomato, .ou., m aape and peel, leaving some of the peeling at back fruit-bud formation. The disease Is caused by a fungus which lives over from year to year. The fruiting bodies form on dead leaves during the late spring and sum: mar, to give off spores which cause the new Infection. It appears as small purplish spots on the leaves, whlcb turn brown, and fll out lear- lug a "shothole" effect. When formed on the petiole it causes the leaf to the base. Now cut drop. with four slasher The curcullo and browu rot sprays way to the base on the frult, control the first spores, leaving a tulip but those developing now will cause shaped tomato, defoliation unless the ]eaves are ira- Fill with chopped mediately coated with spray. In case celery, nuts o of protracted wet weather it may even cucumber with a be necessary to apply another spray good salad dressing well-mixed into in the latter part of August. It. Garnish the top of the flower with a blt of the dressing and a small half A spray for sour cherries, recom- mendel by the New Jersey Agrtcul- of a walnut. Serve with graham bread cut irate oblongs on which are tural Experiment station, is conoefl- placed the same shaped pieces of trated lhne-sulphur, diluted one part to fort}' of water, 4-4-50 bordeaux; cheese. 90-10 or ,4)-20 dust also hasbeen found Cinnamon Toast.--This Is very popu- fairly effective. The addition of a quer- Ier as a tea accompaniment and may ter pound of Iron sulphate per t'X) gel- r ' td me that he Shortly after s few when I have MAY Ave., Kansas i ::i i: llren keep coming in bunches and rm only a one ehllder." i CHILDREN CRY "I don't think--It's fair that some "In an Old Log." tie legs, which make me look something like a centipede, antl I like to live in an old log. I'm not a day- lime creature. Night time is the thne for me and for you, too, my child. I llve here, flir a'ay in this tropical sec- tion of the country. When anyone FOR o,ftucheSa Juice,me I squlrh4orth a funny kind "Not a very polite hahlt, perhaps, and Children of All Ages Mother I F'.etcher's Castorla has een In use for over 30 years to relieve babies and children of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness arising there- from, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep without elflates. The genuine bears slgnatur" but It Is my way! We, as a family, like Especially Prepared for Infants  where It is warm. We're not fond of cold cmmtrles. In fact. we will be found only in warm, arm countries. Now, yea are very slnart, my child. Soon after you were born you were able to creep about. You knew enough to hide when *danger wfls near, and now you have beconle so wise and so smart and so independent that you. hide under the bark of the log Just as the ohler members of our family do. "There Is something about our col- oring which helps to protect us. We are smart in having such ways. But, my child, some people who are here studying the ways of curious animals were talking the other day. '*It seems they were down here be- ABed Woman Sueceful Painter. fore and they took photographs and Seventy-one, and a painter of six moving pictures, and they showed weeks' standing only, Mrs. S. A. Bar- these before a great audience when nett, widow of an English clergyman, they went up to their own country has had her first i)icture in oils ac- last year. cepted by the Royal academy. "They have been talking about It, Baby's little dresses wlll Just simply and they have said many things whtch dazzle if Red Cross Ball Blue is used showed how interesting it was to in the laundry. Try it and see for your- others to see pictures of curious anl- self. At all good groeers.--Advertlse- mats and their ways and of the scenery around these parts. menL 'l'hey showed a picture they had New Hybrid Walnut Tree. taken of a Mother Perlpatus and her By the skill of Luther Burbank, hy- young, and everyone it seemed, whis- brid walnut trees have been produced pored to each other and said, "What in In California which are of great Ira- the world is a peripatus." portaace in the timber production of "First they showed some pictures of : the United States. our part of the country here. They showed the tropical scenery. Then Eoonomlst. they had a moving picture of a Sloth, man who designed the faces of and of a Capuchin Monkey swimming the large clocks in the tower of the along a river which, they explained, Federal building was a Practical man was a mile wide and which was haunt- who beUeved in leaving out all the ed by crocodiles and by earth fishes. anessentlals. The dials of the clocks which the people had never heard of have no numerals on them. The hands before. At least many of them had point to white Lines where the numer- not. ats ought to be. Attenthm was called "'hen they showed pictures of to tills fact by the recent cleaning and Mother Sloth and her baby climbing painting given the clocks' hands and and they were much amused to see r faces.Detroit News. the upside down way in which she climbed. - Not Quite Rid of Her. 'hey showed pictures of leaf cut- One day a friend came to our house ring ants carrying lots of heavy leaves who was an awful talker. A while on a windy day. Then they showed later I heard the door slam, and rushed pictures of the great water falls near In, saying, "I know you're glad to get here and the deep gorge. . rid of her." To my embarrassment I "Next they shoed pictures of Mr. Northern Elephant Seal, who was sup- found that she was still there and was talking to my brother, who was the one who came In when I thought It was her going out.Exchange. " Family Unneceearly Alarmed. A staid business man suddenly be- gan reading Mother Goose. In his library at night he would go over these old rhymes, seeming to weigh one as against another, then haking his head and turnlug to the other parts of the book. Naturally ,. his family became alarmed and sent the family doctor. The medical to go about broaching the with fine diplomacy, of course, : it had to be done and he did it. o the business man that wife wts becoming uneasy. snakes!" txclalmed the mer- hen he had grasp,l the Idea. a woman know about I'm Just trying to find a for a new style in chil- posed to be extinct or no longer In existence. V,:elt, they saw they were still In existence! And they showed plctu'es of animals which had been b.orn up in the Northern zoo--a Pygmy Hippopotamus, a Yak. Grant Zebra and some young deer: "They showed pictures of a white porcupine--these white ones were very rare --woodcbuck, gray squirrel, pond frog, tortoise a n d rattlesnake. Nxt they showed pictures of cobra snakes and of a battle between the Indian Mongoose and a big King Cobra In which the Mongoose wozl even though a lit- tle creature. "It ems" that King Cobra kills many people in India which makes the Mongoose so mad that he goes 'Still in Existence.' after the Cobra to destroy him. And every mongoose is a brave 4rod helpflfl creature. '*There were moving pictures shown of wild- animals of America, ulld moose, caribou, mountain sheep, goats and elk, as well as of the mule deer. "Next they had pictures of sea lions, bears and birds aud of a play-fight be- tween a keeper and a kangaroo which were made to move so slowly that it w;m very curious, they said, to see Just tvere made. Oh, they laughed at that and at the pictures which went so slowly of the sea lions, each little 'movement they cture of Moth- child which wan about a fore,  Two Dainty Creations. above the hips. It is interesting to note that in this particular frock the waist- line has returned to Its normal po- sition. Two little puffed sleeves cir- cle the arms Just below the shoulder. The frock at the right Is severely plain except for the draped skirt and the long false sleeve falllng'stralght from the shoulder The line of the neck Is finished with a soft roll drawn through loops of the same material. This idea Is repeated in the long drape falling from the shoulder, but in this ease single loops only are used. The waistline Is formed by folds of the aterial and Is placed rather low. be prepared on tim electric toaster at Ions of tile lime-sulphur solution has ttle tea table. Spread thin slices of been found to reduce the burning and the toast with butter and cover with a mixture of ciunam(,n and powdered Increase the sticking qualities. On sugar. _Allow the toast to stand until sweet cherries, bordeaux should not be used. and the lime-sulphur dilution it becomes saturated with the melting shouhl he reduced to one part to 50 or mixture. " 60 of water. The most delicious iced tea is pre- pared from freshly-brewed hot tea. Pour the tea over a large piece of Ice Commence Pruning Young and ser'e poured ever cracked Ice in tail glasses. Serve with preserved Fruit Tree Soon as Set pineapple, sliced lemon or clear with Beyond all questi6n the first half- sugar, dozen years of the life of a young The tea wagon is a valuable piece of fruit tree will have more to do wit. . furniture for the porch tea or meal. tlle proper shape of the tree. the proper For the housekeeper without a maid it placing of branches, than any subse- is a great step saver as well as. when quent stretch of many nlore years. nicely laid, an ornament to the occa- For tis reason the pruning hould be slon. The design wltlPfolding leaves will carry tile entire service. The lower shelf can be used for plates, glasses and extra dishes. Best Lima Bea ns.--Take two cupfuls of fresh Ilnm beans, add one medium- sized green pepper, onion and carrot, ornamented the very first year the trees are set out. If one-year-old whips are planted. cut back at pretty ch)se to the point where you expect to have the tree head. Two-year-old trees will have lacterals but after the tree is set head chopped. Cook tn boiling water until back the leader, remove branches in tender, then sail reserving when improper locati.ns, and head back draining one-half cupful of the liquor, others og excessive lelgth. Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter, add two tablespoonfuls of flour, pepper You are going to do two things wi*h and salt to taste, then add one-half cup- tbese young trees. The first is to bal- ful of the liquor and the same amount ance the top and root, that is, take some of the top off to compensate of milk ; cook until smooth, pour over tile tree for its loss of roots in dig- the ve-etnbles and serve hot. Any igin to transplant. This Is to Insure liquor not llsed may be reserved for oup for another meal. Its growth. The second thing you are Lon0 Island Sucotash.--Take two accomplishing with your young trees cupfuls of corn elit from the cob. is to "bend the twig" right, In order also one and two-thirds cupfuls of that your trees may be rightly la- tium beans and three cupfuls of water clined. and cook the beans for half an hour. stirring now and then. Pour off the Pruning Peaches After water from the beans; add the corn, ly feature brilliant embroideries. Ths two cupfuls of milk, a two inch square Size  Crop Is Noted forecast is for fancy all-over stitchery I of salt pork, two teaspoonfuls of salt, Many peach k-owers wait until they effects In multicolors. Sometlmes  two tablespoonfuls of butter, one table- know whether L:qey will have a crop these take on the form of tapestry e- spoonful of flour mixed with one table- before complet:g the pruning of feet, and there is also a clever rag- spoonful of water; simmer for an their peach tre,. It is generally ne carpet combination which intermingles hour until the beans and corn are ten- essary to take .t from dne-third to all colors, while floral patterns of dell- der. Add pepper and serve piping hot. one-half of tht new wood produced cate tracery ramble over knitted slip-  on the vigors trees. However, ons and straight-lined one-piece frocks ) When you become so absorbed In where there Is  very heavy crop con- from neck to hem. If gay color is nol i the world of things; and in the ae- slderable prunI can be done to help employed, then two-tone effects are It cumulation of things that you for- get to be considerate, eourteou thin the fruit. Where the crop is order, such as beige embroidered In $ and kind, you are not worth a cent rather light nd scattered, how- lighter color; stone gray In sliver ant I to anybody, ever, It is cusr.omary not to prune white on black is very smart, or vlc quite so beavil) in order to save the versa. [ THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING crop. Where tt, u trees have lost tbelr Some delectable white knit sho I Use a ptnt or more of bread crumbs crop, it is the est way to put the with a cupful of corn meal to make trees in excellent condition by giving steamed brown them s heaw,v D:uning. I bread; the short- --' \\; less Dreuy Knitted Blouu. The skirt Is so draped that It is full coats Just from Paris are being shown over the hips and is gathered to form in the better shops, and they are stn- a rosette at the girdle in front, ning with white flannel skigts. Tile word "knitted" covers a mul- If one Is selecting a tailored type in titude of wondrous modes. Ever knitted outer garments, choose the since the vogue began Its brilliant sort bound with silk braid. This ! career It has progressed wRh a fashion's latest. crescendo of ideas, until today "knit- ted" is a term synonymous with all that is highest in the interpretation of the act of good dressing, In th cuing, sugar, eg St. Regis Rd Raspberry and salt may be added with afe,, Is B.t Early Variety raisins to sull The St. Regit red raspberry, orig- the taste. Steaw tnaily introduce:4 for its fall-bearing or cOok in a fire character, has teen found to have a .ooker fo real high valut as an early spring several hours, variety. In fac;. It may be said to A little grated fresh potato added stand out as the best early red variety to the chocolate cake batter wlllmake for home use and market. It has go] a cake that will keep moist and still size, color and qjality and ilas become not alter the flavor or texture, very popular in some sections. It is Thls is the time'of the year when a adaptable and ct be reld on to sue- few things started for the Chrislmas ceed wherever c0er varieties do well. boxes may be done wb!e slttlng or- l is not a very rong grower and for the perch; having more than one at- that reason shmhi have good soil and tlcle going relieves the monotbny, and culture. It is c.posed to &end up a before one knows it several gifts are great surplus ot suckers that must be all ready to pack. rigorously cut ,Aq and thinned out In Shine can be easily removed from the spring in t.Le for the renmining garuents by rubbing lightly with a canes to get t; full benefit of un- pleas of emery cloth or paper, checked growth during the summer. Slip a thimble over the end of the Unless this be mm there will be a small curtain rods when running then" multitude of snll'eak canes of Iw through the curtain hems. Tbis will productive powtr, save many a tear in the material el t the eurasia. Spray rom Ground. A handful of salt addled to vegetable To pray witl: a long hose from the skins that are burned In the furnace ground gets aphid better than shoot- i wlli destroy all odor. ins from the t.p of the spray tank, Salt sprinkled into the oven when New York scientists say. fruit or custard pies boil over will destroy the mpleasaut odor of Paint-at Woundt. burned milk. It is a mistake to paint wounds until An occasional rubbing of strong salt after the sap has gone out of the water or moist salt Into the scalp ts wounds. They can then be covered good to prevent falling hair. over with shellac or paint. A pinch" of salt added o the POt of coffee brings out the flavor of the Profit InStead of Problem. coffee. Salt dded to the water In a vase By proper management the orchard of flowers will keep them fresh much may be a profit Instead of a problem. longer than fresh water. When aaklng fruit cake. It Is much more delicate of flavor and keep moist longer If steamed an hour or two and baked a short time. Bottles that have become disclored may be cleaned by adding a table- spoonful of vinegar and a few tacks o.- shot, to shake and remove all de- posit. Then wash with hot soap suds and the bottles will be bright and clear. Raspbsrry PlantS. Raspberry plants may be had from any reliable nursryma n; or, they may be propagated from establlshe patcbes. Space foe Cherry Trees. Cherry trees o not take up as mush room as apples or pears. They should be planted about 1 to 25 feet a,arl each way. Do Move Rasl)berry Patch. allow raspberry the sme too 16 in hey yourse1 to by neglecting Guard agait Holland's All Look for tl 'or the Itisa Genera] orating B llt, 1 In Many of animals great flood o? scratching oe whole mother dog cause her drowned. in the xater acle. There colt In the couhtn't remained 00 When aho ache, get a Ealm, the be shaken fing out and ins, feet ache dancing Ease in Army FR fre, fr pie ref I get go, ] dm GOES TO Rm, fourteen years of enforced because of I11 bealth, J, H. Keeler, whieiy-known Maryland clti, o has gained forty pounds at the I years and gone back to every day. Mr. Keeler, wbo re- at 3708 Thirty-Second St.," Mt. Md.. gives entire credit for h extraordinary rehabilitation to Tan- stomach was tn such terrible i could hardly digest a says blr. Keeler. "It would ? well to nearly twlce Its normal slze and I would have frlgbtful pains through my stomach and back. I felt weak, dizzy and mlserable work was out of tbe question, In fact, my gave me up on three or four Oeeaslol. **Five months ago 1 began taking Tanlae and improved from the very .llt bottle. I now eat anything on the table, have gained fortypounds, and bgek at work every day. Actually. I feel liken boy again. It would be of me not to praise Tan- lae. , ac IS for sale by all good drug- gis(uk Accept no substitute. Over 87 U IflUon bottles sold. Tanlac Vegetable Pills are Nature's own remedy for constipation,  For sale overywb ere.Adver tisement. Jevenile Lament. ore ls an only child atad she rebels at ber lonsesome play- times. Recently our neighbors were congratulations on their second palr of twins, and when Lahore heard ,the news she ex- claimed : MIIImtPPI i Our Woman's Feature Page Containing Pankala00 dw of ln.dn00 ILLUSTRATED P DADDI3  ZdJRY STOR]: KITCItKM C&BINKT ..... Lad00 Don's 7hu Page Tale MOTHER PERIPATUS Mother Pertpatus was talking to her child. Now a peripatus Is a curious creature, as might almost be ima- gined by her ..:  name. With such a name as that [ rea.y be an dinary creature. "I'm something like a worm," she told her child, "and yet I have __ breathing tubes which makes me something llke an 1' insect. I have a nice soft body and am of a nice color. I have lt- ||mmmm|mmmmmmmmmm||mm mmm||m||mm||mm m m m|m.. | |mm m|w | m m -- -- | | |  i Fred,. Th t Do D ubla o e Duty', i | ....... | | m i Fe d" Knitt d M des i atm'e m e o | | HE two dainty creations pictured above may be said to lead a double life since they are ready to answer for afternoon affairs or dinner parties with equal propriety. The extremes of the new styles are evident when the two frocks are compared. Practically the only thing they have in common Is the round neck The model shown at the left employs taffeta In a soft pastel shade and Is trimmed,with narrow folds of the same material gathered on cords. Two of these folds outline the neck and the same trimming ornaments the lower half of the skirt. Two b,mches of stnffed flowers made of the same material combined with ribbon are posed at the waistline Just tinily manifest In lovely creations vari- ously known as the tie-blouse, sweater, Jacquette or slipon as the case may be. One can be very smart these days in any one of these delectable modes topping a plaited crepe de chine skirt. Indeed, even the informal little lunch and tea-table will receive you approv- Ingly if your knitted blouse Is of the dressier type, such for instance as is set forth In the accompanying picture. An adorable sort, is this sllpon sweater knit of silk, faultless in fash- ioning and handsome in coloring. There is a ravishing bit of vivid cross- stitch embroidery on the cuffs and but. tram Just enough tu supply a dis, tinguishing touch of the ornate. The newer knitwear nmdes especial- Cherry Leaf Spot Can Be Controlled by Spraying Cherry leaf spot, which defoliates the sweet and tmur cherry trees ev- ery midsummer promises to be Just as serious this smnmer as In past sea- |mmm|m|m| .mm(m mm|(mm || I I Ihne-sulphur, bordeaux mixture, or sulphur dust Is applied at once. By attacking the leaves and causing them i CABINET to drop this disea.,e weakens the trees. sad by reducing the leaf-area tmme- m-q. ............. :. ...... .J dlately around the fruit spur, It holds  lgL Weltern NewpaDer Unton.) You may grow for your neigh- per, grapes or grape shot, he also will grow grapes or grape shot for ou and you will each reap what you have sown.Ruskln. SEASONABLE DISHES Take a small-slged ripe red tomato, .ou., m aape and peel, leaving some of the peeling at back fruit-bud formation. The disease Is caused by a fungus which lives over from year to year. The fruiting bodies form on dead leaves during the late spring and sum: mar, to give off spores which cause the new Infection. It appears as small purplish spots on the leaves, whlcb turn brown, and fll out lear- lug a "shothole" effect. When formed on the petiole it causes the leaf to the base. Now cut drop. with four slasher The curcullo and browu rot sprays way to the base on the frult, control the first spores, leaving a tulip but those developing now will cause shaped tomato, defoliation unless the ]eaves are ira- Fill with chopped mediately coated with spray. In case celery, nuts o of protracted wet weather it may even cucumber with a be necessary to apply another spray good salad dressing well-mixed into in the latter part of August. It. Garnish the top of the flower with a blt of the dressing and a small half A spray for sour cherries, recom- mendel by the New Jersey Agrtcul- of a walnut. Serve with graham bread cut irate oblongs on which are tural Experiment station, is conoefl- placed the same shaped pieces of trated lhne-sulphur, diluted one part to fort}' of water, 4-4-50 bordeaux; cheese. 90-10 or ,4)-20 dust also hasbeen found Cinnamon Toast.--This Is very popu- fairly effective. The addition of a quer- Ier as a tea accompaniment and may ter pound of Iron sulphate per t'X) gel- r ' td me that he Shortly after s few when I have MAY Ave., Kansas i ::i i: llren keep coming in bunches and rm only a one ehllder." i CHILDREN CRY "I don't think--It's fair that some "In an Old Log." tie legs, which make me look something like a centipede, antl I like to live in an old log. I'm not a day- lime creature. Night time is the thne for me and for you, too, my child. I llve here, flir a'ay in this tropical sec- tion of the country. When anyone FOR o,ftucheSa Juice,me I squlrh4orth a funny kind "Not a very polite hahlt, perhaps, and Children of All Ages Mother I F'.etcher's Castorla has een In use for over 30 years to relieve babies and children of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness arising there- from, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving natural sleep without elflates. The genuine bears slgnatur" but It Is my way! We, as a family, like Especially Prepared for Infants  where It is warm. We're not fond of cold cmmtrles. In fact. we will be found only in warm, arm countries. Now, yea are very slnart, my child. Soon after you were born you were able to creep about. You knew enough to hide when *danger wfls near, and now you have beconle so wise and so smart and so independent that you. hide under the bark of the log Just as the ohler members of our family do. "There Is something about our col- oring which helps to protect us. We are smart in having such ways. But, my child, some people who are here studying the ways of curious animals were talking the other day. '*It seems they were down here be- ABed Woman Sueceful Painter. fore and they took photographs and Seventy-one, and a painter of six moving pictures, and they showed weeks' standing only, Mrs. S. A. Bar- these before a great audience when nett, widow of an English clergyman, they went up to their own country has had her first i)icture in oils ac- last year. cepted by the Royal academy. "They have been talking about It, Baby's little dresses wlll Just simply and they have said many things whtch dazzle if Red Cross Ball Blue is used showed how interesting it was to in the laundry. Try it and see for your- others to see pictures of curious anl- self. At all good groeers.--Advertlse- mats and their ways and of the scenery around these parts. menL 'l'hey showed a picture they had New Hybrid Walnut Tree. taken of a Mother Perlpatus and her By the skill of Luther Burbank, hy- young, and everyone it seemed, whis- brid walnut trees have been produced pored to each other and said, "What in In California which are of great Ira- the world is a peripatus." portaace in the timber production of "First they showed some pictures of : the United States. our part of the country here. They showed the tropical scenery. Then Eoonomlst. they had a moving picture of a Sloth, man who designed the faces of and of a Capuchin Monkey swimming the large clocks in the tower of the along a river which, they explained, Federal building was a Practical man was a mile wide and which was haunt- who beUeved in leaving out all the ed by crocodiles and by earth fishes. anessentlals. The dials of the clocks which the people had never heard of have no numerals on them. The hands before. At least many of them had point to white Lines where the numer- not. ats ought to be. Attenthm was called "'hen they showed pictures of to tills fact by the recent cleaning and Mother Sloth and her baby climbing painting given the clocks' hands and and they were much amused to see r faces.Detroit News. the upside down way in which she climbed. - Not Quite Rid of Her. 'hey showed pictures of leaf cut- One day a friend came to our house ring ants carrying lots of heavy leaves who was an awful talker. A while on a windy day. Then they showed later I heard the door slam, and rushed pictures of the great water falls near In, saying, "I know you're glad to get here and the deep gorge. . rid of her." To my embarrassment I "Next they shoed pictures of Mr. Northern Elephant Seal, who was sup- found that she was still there and was talking to my brother, who was the one who came In when I thought It was her going out.Exchange. " Family Unneceearly Alarmed. A staid business man suddenly be- gan reading Mother Goose. In his library at night he would go over these old rhymes, seeming to weigh one as against another, then haking his head and turnlug to the other parts of the book. Naturally ,. his family became alarmed and sent the family doctor. The medical to go about broaching the with fine diplomacy, of course, : it had to be done and he did it. o the business man that wife wts becoming uneasy. snakes!" txclalmed the mer- hen he had grasp,l the Idea. a woman know about I'm Just trying to find a for a new style in chil- posed to be extinct or no longer In existence. V,:elt, they saw they were still In existence! And they showed plctu'es of animals which had been b.orn up in the Northern zoo--a Pygmy Hippopotamus, a Yak. Grant Zebra and some young deer: "They showed pictures of a white porcupine--these white ones were very rare --woodcbuck, gray squirrel, pond frog, tortoise a n d rattlesnake. Nxt they showed pictures of cobra snakes and of a battle between the Indian Mongoose and a big King Cobra In which the Mongoose wozl even though a lit- tle creature. "It ems" that King Cobra kills many people in India which makes the Mongoose so mad that he goes 'Still in Existence.' after the Cobra to destroy him. And every mongoose is a brave 4rod helpflfl creature. '*There were moving pictures shown of wild- animals of America, ulld moose, caribou, mountain sheep, goats and elk, as well as of the mule deer. "Next they had pictures of sea lions, bears and birds aud of a play-fight be- tween a keeper and a kangaroo which were made to move so slowly that it w;m very curious, they said, to see Just tvere made. Oh, they laughed at that and at the pictures which went so slowly of the sea lions, each little 'movement they cture of Moth- child which wan about a fore,  Two Dainty Creations. above the hips. It is interesting to note that in this particular frock the waist- line has returned to Its normal po- sition. Two little puffed sleeves cir- cle the arms Just below the shoulder. The frock at the right Is severely plain except for the draped skirt and the long false sleeve falllng'stralght from the shoulder The line of the neck Is finished with a soft roll drawn through loops of the same material. This idea Is repeated in the long drape falling from the shoulder, but in this ease single loops only are used. The waistline Is formed by folds of the aterial and Is placed rather low. be prepared on tim electric toaster at Ions of tile lime-sulphur solution has ttle tea table. Spread thin slices of been found to reduce the burning and the toast with butter and cover with a mixture of ciunam(,n and powdered Increase the sticking qualities. On sugar. _Allow the toast to stand until sweet cherries, bordeaux should not be used. and the lime-sulphur dilution it becomes saturated with the melting shouhl he reduced to one part to 50 or mixture. " 60 of water. The most delicious iced tea is pre- pared from freshly-brewed hot tea. Pour the tea over a large piece of Ice Commence Pruning Young and ser'e poured ever cracked Ice in tail glasses. Serve with preserved Fruit Tree Soon as Set pineapple, sliced lemon or clear with Beyond all questi6n the first half- sugar, dozen years of the life of a young The tea wagon is a valuable piece of fruit tree will have more to do wit. . furniture for the porch tea or meal. tlle proper shape of the tree. the proper For the housekeeper without a maid it placing of branches, than any subse- is a great step saver as well as. when quent stretch of many nlore years. nicely laid, an ornament to the occa- For tis reason the pruning hould be slon. The design wltlPfolding leaves will carry tile entire service. The lower shelf can be used for plates, glasses and extra dishes. Best Lima Bea ns.--Take two cupfuls of fresh Ilnm beans, add one medium- sized green pepper, onion and carrot, ornamented the very first year the trees are set out. If one-year-old whips are planted. cut back at pretty ch)se to the point where you expect to have the tree head. Two-year-old trees will have lacterals but after the tree is set head chopped. Cook tn boiling water until back the leader, remove branches in tender, then sail reserving when improper locati.ns, and head back draining one-half cupful of the liquor, others og excessive lelgth. Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter, add two tablespoonfuls of flour, pepper You are going to do two things wi*h and salt to taste, then add one-half cup- tbese young trees. The first is to bal- ful of the liquor and the same amount ance the top and root, that is, take some of the top off to compensate of milk ; cook until smooth, pour over tile tree for its loss of roots in dig- the ve-etnbles and serve hot. Any igin to transplant. This Is to Insure liquor not llsed may be reserved for oup for another meal. Its growth. The second thing you are Lon0 Island Sucotash.--Take two accomplishing with your young trees cupfuls of corn elit from the cob. is to "bend the twig" right, In order also one and two-thirds cupfuls of that your trees may be rightly la- tium beans and three cupfuls of water clined. and cook the beans for half an hour. stirring now and then. Pour off the Pruning Peaches After water from the beans; add the corn, ly feature brilliant embroideries. Ths two cupfuls of milk, a two inch square Size  Crop Is Noted forecast is for fancy all-over stitchery I of salt pork, two teaspoonfuls of salt, Many peach k-owers wait until they effects In multicolors. Sometlmes  two tablespoonfuls of butter, one table- know whether L:qey will have a crop these take on the form of tapestry e- spoonful of flour mixed with one table- before complet:g the pruning of feet, and there is also a clever rag- spoonful of water; simmer for an their peach tre,. It is generally ne carpet combination which intermingles hour until the beans and corn are ten- essary to take .t from dne-third to all colors, while floral patterns of dell- der. Add pepper and serve piping hot. one-half of tht new wood produced cate tracery ramble over knitted slip-  on the vigors trees. However, ons and straight-lined one-piece frocks ) When you become so absorbed In where there Is  very heavy crop con- from neck to hem. If gay color is nol i the world of things; and in the ae- slderable prunI can be done to help employed, then two-tone effects are It cumulation of things that you for- get to be considerate, eourteou thin the fruit. Where the crop is order, such as beige embroidered In $ and kind, you are not worth a cent rather light nd scattered, how- lighter color; stone gray In sliver ant I to anybody, ever, It is cusr.omary not to prune white on black is very smart, or vlc quite so beavil) in order to save the versa. [ THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING crop. Where tt, u trees have lost tbelr Some delectable white knit sho I Use a ptnt or more of bread crumbs crop, it is the est way to put the with a cupful of corn meal to make trees in excellent condition by giving steamed brown them s heaw,v D:uning. I bread; the short- --' \\; less Dreuy Knitted Blouu. The skirt Is so draped that It is full coats Just from Paris are being shown over the hips and is gathered to form in the better shops, and they are stn- a rosette at the girdle in front, ning with white flannel skigts. Tile word "knitted" covers amul- If one Is selecting a tailored type in titude of wondrous modes. Ever knitted outer garments, choose the since the vogue began Its brilliant sort bound with silk braid. This ! career It has progressed wRh a fashion's latest. crescendo of ideas, until today "knit- ted" is a term synonymous with all that is highest in the interpretation of the act of good dressing, In th cuing, sugar, eg St. Regis Rd Raspberry and salt may be added with afe,, Is B.t Early Variety raisins to sull The St. Regit red raspberry, orig- the taste. Steaw tnaily introduce:4 for its fall-bearing or cOok in a fire character, has teen found to have a .ooker fo real high valut as an early spring several hours, variety. In fac;. It may be said to A little grated fresh potato added stand out as the best early red variety to the chocolate cake batter wlllmake for home use and market. It has go] a cake that will keep moist and still size, color and qjality and ilas become not alter the flavor or texture, very popular in some sections. It is Thls is the time'of the year when a adaptable and ct be reld on to sue- few things started for the Chrislmas ceed wherever c0er varieties do well. boxes may be done wb!e slttlng or- l is not a very rong grower and for the perch; having more than one at- that reason shmhi have good soil and tlcle going relieves the monotbny, and culture. It is c.posed to &end up a before one knows it several gifts are great surplus ot suckers that must be all ready to pack. rigorously cut ,Aq and thinned out In Shine can be easily removed from the spring in t.Le for the renmining garuents by rubbing lightly with a canes to get t; full benefit of un- pleas of emery cloth or paper, checked growth during the summer. Slip a thimble over the end of the Unless this be mm there will be a small curtain rods when running then" multitude of snll'eak canes of Iw through the curtain hems. Tbis will productive powtr, save many a tear in the material el t the eurasia. Spray rom Ground. A handful of salt addled to vegetable To pray witl: a long hose from the skins that are burned In the furnace ground gets aphid better than shoot- i wlli destroy all odor. ins from the t.p of the spray tank, Salt sprinkled into the oven when New York scientists say. fruit or custard pies boil over will destroy the mpleasaut odor of Paint-at Woundt. burned milk. It is a mistake to paint wounds until An occasional rubbing of strong salt after the sap has gone out of the water or moist salt Into the scalp ts wounds. They can then be covered good to prevent falling hair. over with shellac or paint. A pinch" of salt added o the POt of coffee brings out the flavor of the Profit InStead of Problem. coffee. Salt dded to the water In a vase By proper management the orchard of flowers will keep them fresh much may be a profit Instead of a problem. longer than fresh water. When aaklng fruit cake. It Is much more delicate of flavor and keep moist longer If steamed an hour or two and baked a short time. Bottles that have become disclored may be cleaned by adding a table- spoonful of vinegar and a few tacks o.- shot, to shake and remove all de- posit. Then wash with hot soap suds and the bottles will be bright and clear. Raspbsrry PlantS. Raspberry plants may be had from any reliable nursryma n; or, they may be propagated from establlshe patcbes. Space foe Cherry Trees. Cherry trees o not take up as mush room as apples or pears. They should be planted about 1 to 25 feet a,arl each way. Do Move Rasl)berry Patch. allow raspberry the sme too 16 in hey yourse1 to by neglecting Guard agait Holland's All Look for tl 'or the Itisa Genera] orating B llt, 1 In Many of animals great flood o? scratching oe whole mother dog cause her drowned. in the xater acle. 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