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Fashion Plan for ihe
AH 'Round Sports Girl
THE all-around girl wai titling
llk a little pink island en
tirely lurroundod by boxes
when I dropped in tho other day for a
ebat I might have known eh wdUld
cboose a lovely sunset pink cren slip
on negUgoe for her leisure hoitrs one
of thosa "simple but clcganc' aHalrs
trimmed with rainbow wools and fora
, lnlne without frills.
"l'yo just spent my whole allowance
for neiw sports clothes. Do help me
unpack," she greeted me, and we be
gan, to snip string and open bcxes al
What to "Hike in.
j "See what I bouElit for the hike'
And I'm going to do it in knickers,
too; most of the girls ars. I bought
thla pair of checked tweed; sea, thry
hare the new bib opening, and buci;te
in royal Stewart clan plaid, right from
Scotland, and pleated to an Inch of Its
life, and to top It the best-looking
navy sued cloth ccat, with Just
enough lining of the plaid to show
when it 11 Irs open. I shall wear with
that a Davy velour tam, one of those
French ones that are sesmlcss and
shapcl in the making.
"Vou know I am simply erazy over
snow and ice sports, can hardly wait
until they come to wear my new tobog
ganing suit. Isn't it a dream? .Entire
ly of suede, light and warm as toast.
That Is the new wlndprcof opening
down the front that you art examining.
. I ran use this for outdoor skating, too,'
Wool Stockings! TTell, Bather.
"I didn't buy any stockings today,
but I have my eye on some very
below the knee. Really, thry are no hcav knit wool with the gayest tops
worse than a short skirt. I was un
decided what kind of a coat to get.
Leather is a bit hot and heavy for
walking, though I am going to have
one later on, lined with a checked ma
terial, so It Is reversible, I decidrd
on a plain gray tweed coat with fringe
you ever saw. They , are tht best
things t.) wear with knickers for win
ter sports. Just pull them up so th.it
the cuff holds Ma the bottom of the
knickers, and not a breath Of cold nil
can get under our armor. I am so
glad, too. that they are coming back to
on the bottom
pockets, the round-toed
Thero was a lovely fringed sports dol
man whlcl) looked as If it nilght have
been made out of a steamer. rug, but I
thought this raglsn-sleevcd Coat would
be brst. I shall got one or two cf
those snappy little scarf and hat sets,
one In bright paprika-colored brushed
wool and another In nowdor blue duvc
tyn, with gray angora embroidery.
For Indoor Sknllng.
"I am making my old riding habit
do; there Is not Very much difference
in the new ones, except that bib front
opening for the breeches. Hut, say, I
did pick up ft corking little costume
for indoor skating. Thero Is a skirt,
up fight to th neck and then rolls
over in a spreading turn-over. I
bought one of those stitched tweed
bats, too, Ilka the men are wearing. I
Is fascinating to see the number of;
things you can do to It I like It best,.
fords that are reafly comfortable. Long turned up all around like
vamps look well with the pencil toes,
but they are not, strictly speaking,
pports shoo. Tficn, when you wore a
pair of shoes that were truly sensible
you felt Ilk a bull in a cblna shop;
'now you are quite modish in your per
forated calfskin brogues, with buckled
straps Instead of lacea."
I laughed appreciatively. "Did yau
get any aort of a raincoat?" I asked. ,
"Oh, yes, though my tweed and leath
er coats are good for stormy weather,
you know. I dld get a lisht-weight
English gabardine slicker with the
most becoming collar; buttons risht
sailor," but for stormy wmther when
hiking In the rain, it will turn down
and shed the water beautifully. My
gloves are all pull-ons of heavy
mocha. They are the warmest, much
belter than kid, though a heavy cape
glove Is best for driving the car. I
am going to have some nice wool
gloves knit to match my new stockings
with gay cuffs that pull up over my
sleeves and keep out the wind."
To Bind Rag.
HE easiest, cheapest and most dur
able way to bind pieces of car
pets or rugs I to buy a carpet
or rug and stitch It tho Same as you
would a buttonhole, only put stitches
about one-quarter inch, apart. If car
pet or rug is heavy, the stitching sinks
in and hardly shows, and if it does
show on -lighter weights it locks very
good and wears much longer than the
cloth binders. '
A Hove! Clothes Hanger.
Mothers who have so many small
dresses and petticoats for baby, and
blouses for brother, will find the fol
lowing method a good way to hang
them up, and at the same time keep,
them from becoming wrinkled. Take
a rod or wood curtain pole, three or
four feet long; put a Bcrew ring in the
J III II . top end; then place small clothes books
i0" J 1 1 1 at different angles along the rod. Fill
1 1 1 1 1 the books with the snfall articles, then
bang by the ring in top on one of the
center hooks in thewardrobe. And
baby's clothes can be found at A mo
To Get Eid of Moths.
I find this a very good suggestion for
getting rid of moths, which are so trou
blesome at this time of the year: Fum
igate the place invested by them with
steam from burning vinegar and scat
ter salt around.
To Straighten Sinks In TfooL
TTftrA ta & inprHtlnfl tlift V ItilnSr
er, of else give a few smart 'slaps on ... . , . , ,
.. T . .... ... .. will be of help to your many readers:
To straighten the kinks out of wool
that has been used and raveled out.
wind the wool In a skein and tie the
cause choking, hold blm by the feet,
while someone rubs the back rigorous
lyor tickles his throat with a feath-
the back, which in most cases will dta-.
lodge the object.
Bathtag and Rest
If your baby takes bis morning nap skela ln four pUces Dlp ,t to
outdoors, try giving the dally bath at warm tt. Ww mt
night-the danger of taking cold from rpntlv Md hM, un tn rtrv
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JPOJSTS CAPS Of YAK LEATME& -mTJiBJSVERSZSLUJJNlNG
That Gift of Appropriate G.ving
exposure to outdoor air will be great
ly lessened, and baby will have a long
restful sleep. During hot weather
sponge baby several times with tepid
water, do not use much powder as It
calces from the moisture of the skin,
if the little one perspires ever so little,
and only helps to make him more un
will look like new.
Salt sprinkled on parsley when
chopping will make.lt chop much, easi
er and finer, .
HAT kind of gifts do you give?
Just gifts that have required
hilt llttla Ihnnirhl In Ih o1r.
Cocoanut Drops. (ltm Tbat ,s the questl0B on, ,bougnt.
O one grated cocoanut add half Its ful woman asked herself Just recently.
weight of sugar and the white of
ona egg beaten to a stiff 4roth;
mix thoroughly and drop on buttered
white paper or tin sheets. Bake 13
Apples With Candied Fruit
Peel and core eight large apples of
One flavor and steam In a covered ves
sel over hot water .until they are quite
oft Then take three ounces of can
died cherries and two ounces of can
dled pineapple and chop them, dim
mer for one hour In a cupful of water
It had all come about this way. The
thoughtful woman, riding downtown to
begin her Christmas shopping, over
heard two girls evidently sisters
talking together. " ,
''8u." said one: "Can't you inti
mate to Aunt Helen that I would like a
pouch bag. 1 Just know that she IS
going to give me sn dstrlch feather fan.
Isn't that silly? When could I use it?
Bealdej, I haven't the sort of evening
'rags' that one wears when carrying
such an animal. Now this happens ev-
na w, w0lBSpUumu1B 01 sug. fry christmafl and birthday. Aunt
Drain the fruit from tho syrup and nil Molan always gives me an expensive
the core cavities of the apples with it. oihn, o. i.
"Return thf syrup to the Are and boil anything that I want or that I ever
It down fairly thick before pouring It
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enough of her to know her personal
tastes. .. '
"Hence, why should someone give
me a stunning orange pillow when the
color scheme of my room Is pink? The
present was perfect in Itself, but it had
nothing of fhe )o.v of giving tn it There
was no thought behind It And what
is a present without a thought?"
Then the thoughtful woman got off
the car. However, this stray conver
sation had set her cogitating. She
realised, of course, that thoughtful giv
ing meant a great deal more shopping
and planning ahd thinking. .
"But," she reflected, "Isn't the sat
isfaction of knowing that you have
achieved the "gift of appropriate giv
ing' more than enough to make up for
all the trouble?"
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haa passed the fifth birthday. Teach
them early to use tooth brush, also to
See that the children all have plenty rinse mouth with llsterffle diluted, one
of sleep ln a well-ventilated room, and part to 10 parts of water, use as wash
do not omit the dally nap till the child and gargle.
lXHBiVlTTllACTITS SILK BAGS.
over and around the apples. Serve
cold with whipped cream ' and lady
Mix one pound of powdered sugar in
the white of one egg. Flavor to taste.
This can be mixed with nuts and mold
ed In any shape or used to stuff dates
with. It is better after standing
awhile. It also can be used u a Ailing
tor -chocolate cream
. "My dear child," Interrupted the one
named Sue, evidently the older, "long
ago Christmas lost part of Its charm
tor me because when the presents
were opened I never found one I real
ly wanted. Now that sounds djwn-
HEN baby begins to creep one
must be ever on the alert for
such objects as buttons.
screws, marbles and the many other
right ungrateful, doesn't it? But it . things which -the older children may
Isn't so much so. I reason this way, drop on the floor, for such objects have
that it a person thinks enough of a a way of attracting baby's attention. If
relative or friend to send her a Christ- the little one should swallow any of
mas-present-then. she ought -to' think these articles, or anything which may
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