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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VOMENqTpJH FARMERETTE COSTUMES MAKE NEW YORK GASP One Was of Bright Blue and Green Furniture Cretonne With a Twelfth of July Orange Hanky-Bathing 5uits Thai Look Like the Queen of Sheba Gone Mad. ?*P('rial (nrrr^imnilt'nrc of Tlu' Stnr U'li-I.l.v. \ XKW Vi1I;K, June 20. Iiii'.iur ;hc frail f.virs \vlu> "iil i'vpiil- j T jn'iiijo/froin Ilic wimunvs (it j uaiiy Ko ovor Iho top. aiul inuli'r tin-. lliL' I'iflh Avrinio shops. 1 wavo.s- :>!lhi-ii as this year's i'.('s:::nois , iM lyhnuy isn't planiiiiv-: j indieaie. U w.uiUl iieeessiialo at | tu I'e a uuvinai.'i this summer is .ttn- j lea.'-t three roeklails. or.e ahsiiulio ; iiiu- |.i ' r.Iisi a.� a. r.irmerettf. Ihit i ami the lierrtirs cf war so provide, ih'ii are 1'u riieret tes ami larmer- !(!,,. reipiL-'ile slate of iiun.l. s .Seme ,1- waN model ' jUi!. thar.k hea\ea. one doesn't need I \er-.o:is of .V- ivL's - arc in laisincsslike lihalii tiril!. with jioekoted, militnr.v-looUintT C",'ats. or loni; coat snioclcs o\"or ;�.(!-iii^ Ineeeiies, Occasionally one of th'.se adds a bulloncd-down-t!ie-fri�r.t si\ir:. ctisy to take off when one is in tlie tliiek of farn'.cretini:. easy to put on; when one t.ikes the ttrcet ear or the Ford ln;s back to barracks. Siicli models remind me of liie little ("anadian frnit pickers I saw in the Xiapar.i i.t'r-rla laft sitmmer -on'y f-jntts: ,� I pre- fer tb." 'rim ri.iirc bree'cb.'-s a:id puttees to liie bloonters '!:,"* di^i dot;." in the cb.erry trees la tt .litr.o. btnt tlusc;-:n.= are not the ones t!:-.- busy ladies them- | t;,i and wear all one sees. Indeed, j m>' friend, the fashion editor fre-tpieittly takes me on what she terms a "how i'.ot to" trip, wc visit the shops on her privtite-bl.ick list, and whatever we see in tb.eir windows, she invi.coroiisly CNcindes from her paces. ".Most \vf.'mcn \vant to wear what e\ery other woman has on," she says. "Hut, while vaiiatioiis may V>c at-tettipted. the one thin:,', the weil-i dressed woman will nevei"-(lo is to  copy outright. Von see '.htU capo ) wiili the draped neck arr.uijTcmenf.' \ New ^'crlc swarms with it. 1 ; wouldn't take one as a eilt no mailer who ihu dosiqncr was. Then THE THREE GRACES ARE CHARMING FARMERETTES There Would Be No Difficulty in Secuiing Soldiers of the Soil If i' Only These Girls Could Be Seen at Home With Their Dogs, Their Pigs, and Their Jersey Cows. E Women Aeroplane Builders o n Parade tn an English City V^innipeg omens Vohxnieet Reserve Has Proved Its Worth there's ihe case of the little collar- ' Ilia; .ittract the crowds. They're too ^ blouse, the one with the otdonj; i urjch like w.^rk. The other day a , self-bound nock-openins-, ;.oii know j I'ifth .Vven'te s-hop of U'^ually staid '.-buttons on the fl-.onldeis, pin: beha". ior fill-.d four windo-.vs with j tucks down the friml. When it camo I its oripinati'O-.s \ariiu:s'.y labelled I in first it was in f-'corftette at ten j "Vacation i~;;it," "I'.irmereltes' Cos- Idol'.ns. and I n;us*, ^ay 1 br.dn't seen j'.mcs." "L'-o.-itiiii:." "C.inipins," 'a bc'>i.'r dc.-ign In some tnue. Hut! ��c"!inildn?r." i the in\t thin;.- 1 Knew, it was copied | C'ne had to ib-t the l:i-t to .--v? them ; in .ill colors in a fi\"'--tiollar .lircule. a: all on ;h-' (lav of t;t. ir arri'.al. ' To-alall,n^ and humanity clrar to the carl). .\nd ito ' therv'Vs wonder. Tiie fits; jdtii^ | edition fd damsel uore n snmck of bri,i:ht Sexton of llaliriix staled that the need for sucli wy tlieir Bivcu naines. . Clotho llircnils the needle of onr birth; I.iiehesls wcnvcs the oolor and pattern oC the .skein; and .Atropos- well. 1 lifivc not met Ihp Old Lady as yet my.solf: Vnit sho will em off my .vnrn some day, I'lo doiibl-prob-abl,v while 1 am still ttilliinK'. But not everybody is fortntiate enough to have a pcrsoinil frliuid.sliip will! the Three Graces. �Miloomhis" � Tlmlla; ".Mirthful" F.itphi'osyiie, liiirt "UrlUianl" Ashiia were the hninliuaida of Voiuis. With "Comely earriiige, entertainment kymle. Sweet semblnnt; friendly offices that hyiide. And all tho complements of roiir- teslc"; : f-o they fill "bulls"; the piotiire:^ of the past and the pusscssius of the pi'esent. ".Nren't they benihtiriir.'" bn.\ a Thaliu, holdiuK a fie/ec white fticu tiKuiiist her KlinviuH: cheek and blliw-iiiH: hiiir. You look-and aurce from (Dur hciirt. lliat Ihey AllK! 'I'heru are siiow.v cliiekeiis, too- nho do o\'er.vtliin(j[ but la.v their ej;,'.;s lilready iioaobeil. Comie relief in the Pastoral Comedy is supplied by two yniiii.'; porker.s, neweoniers to the .Mill b'nrm. It was ll^i ^niirtliful bhiphrosy (true lo her own cliurae-ter. even In this rcinoarnulioii) who had ntimed tlicin "Goingsoinc" nnd ".Soaml," ,\ couple of shy wlUte plK-liuBs they proveil when she had shooed lliom out of slielter for me lo -see; and their seiiltliiiB giiit .showed them well nnined. "Tlie.v'll soim get to kno^v me." said Muphrosyne, her e.ves sptirkllii;; fiTider her limn-curlcd eyelashes, and her riiiKCfs m.-ililn:,- her kiilltim^ needles fla.'th even as .she spidte. il'"(u- the tlii-'-i j4raees neglect none ev walked their lovelv wav }'d' toe "friendly unices that hyiule"). through Ancient Mythology. "I ''"t'ti' t" see them the minute f ' . I,,,,,,,, f,-,||| school flluphroKvne is Phones-Preparing to Co on Farms-7 ii'o Drafts Sent to England as V.A.D.'s-Battalion Anxious lo Co Overseas. a batiste flve-ninety-fivo ' \^ liatlalions of women to j in-eparin;,- instrumonts, motor driv- uver on .�^i.sti) tivemie. .\ ' meet, emergency cases at I in.q:, si.ijnalliu.rr, lamp cooking and iriend cf mine buu-Iil one of tho home as well as abroad" Winnipeg ctinip sanitation, nuuketry. physical blue, and .^retn furniture cretonne ! tcn-dollar ori.!;in.itio"'ns. but you j t>'�"'''i"K to Mrs. Colin Camp- and military drill- "Since the I'all of ilst-'f heard * couldn't pay her lo wear it now. ; bell, of city, htivc blax.ed the ' Ittl.". we h.ave had individual membtn's ' " .and have shown what such | on ttctivo service, and durin.g this year have .sent two small drafts to iiiiltcd to them advocating the raisfng of such reserves throughout all of L'tmada- tltat I Midd have made ...-^ .,. . , .... ' .\nd. It 1 am not mistaken, it is � aoove the battle of 'Jie Marne. .�liort , .-oi,,^. ,o be .lust the same with navv ; , ... ,-, ,1 bloomers, btuwu knitted stockings ; blue g(Or^-ette hats. They wore .0 1''O'l'^s oi women can accomplish, nnd I nr.d brown Oxfords made a modest hih^oluUly all ri,^-ht that women Lit is up to all other large lommuni- , I went into them ;is though Congress smock hau to share ,,,, ,^,,,,,.,,e,i r as a war measure. ber noncb.aiant pocket, ll was real i-horus. but lite !!;'? siiollight with the handkerchief \ u j cm -.vant a gror,:;ette htit. luive it that litis soldier of the soil curried in i I'V -'iH means. Hut get one of those I suilry imi-ple o\a cerise things, or i san.l color if vou can v.'car it, (U-Twelfth of July orange, wUh a black i ,,v,.n blue if you want. Imt ne.t all i'order. 1 blue. I've counted ten in this one - , , , ,. 1 i'loek, and - heavens, Ihero are tlire-^ A Checkerboard Recruit �\ J ISS ItLUETTE Gl'.KENl'.MS *N i \':''t lint sole exhibit, bowel cr. Tiirre a black and white �.ite'.-'ii rbotird r.^cruit with-was it a s.->ai!ei hatiky-I fiuget. .A pale pink i L;;cy smock tilso offered itself. :-t!d a. ertatirm in purple, eacii with r.s handkcrchi';-f pr.>vi(l:ng "a note of color' liia; s,,tinded like "reveille" inches I'.est of the O'hese were c.ot fancy liress costumes, inind .\ oil. 'i'lie\ were .soberly and sincere- lies in the Dominion to organize similar bodies of women to stand ready for whale\'c r (all which may be sent Ih'-m. in a row. A Hopelessly Quiet Place TIiF..V We went into Mary Kliza-beth'.s for te:i. Ueal N'e%v Yorkers of the downtown brand who would rather eat to the crash of a KuKhind throu.gli the .St. John's Am-luihince Aasociation. During the hist two years when the prospects of ^ overseas .service seemed a remote i possibility, v.'e have acted as an ajjxi-. Whil.. speaking about the Winnipeg i li"iV '0 wiialever Winnipeg batta-Women's Volunlefr Preserve, :Mrs. � bons were without ;mch aid, taking Campbell, who is honorary colonel. ; 'm"" H'C C.A.S.C.. the misccllnn- i said, "the women proved Ih'dr worth i eous drtitls, av.d since Peccuiber, ! iiUlie recent strike in our city. Theil'-''". "le I'orcslry and lOTlh Ualta-commissloner of Government telo- I lions, and have now :;.300 men on our Variations of This Popular Dish'^^'^'^'i Will Solve Many a Housekeeper's Problem. Sometimes, even in our work-a-dav- world, wc have lind a glimpse of these Divinities-llie Ncrleds, the Dryads, and the Great God Pan. 'To acute ejirs Much still whisiiers of tlieir wheretibnuts. Dul il has been reserved for l.'S to have liie Three Graces themselves, acuially embodied beneath our c>es. Vhcy live in an old-ftishloned house -while iminletl walls, weathcr-sluiued root and soft green paint in 1 pluees-that is emliowered in great I dark pine trees. There is a long reen'Iawn in front; iiud ilie house self is bordered by a Mill-stream phrosyi nearly through the "lllgli") "and 1 talk a. lot I i them." "I'y way of fnttening them t suppose'.'" .\nd :die nodded with a smil Ing twist to lier.lii) that Ijcspoko iiiiderstandliig. Milked Three Jerseys ^Gl.AI.. X A. curls lliat htings lo her waisl- Gl.AIA-wllh tho curttiin of thick i is not yet Ihirlcen. Hut all la: t u inter she milked tlie two pedigreed Jersey cows; om; reason why theii cream so thick and sweet, perhaps: She did riot spend all dtiy at it-not she. I''or .\glala is well ill at si-liool, and lias a. inarked ar>ti-tiide for te,'.! (iiano. fJut she jilwu.vs got ibe cows milked in lime; ainl liad some minutes over to spend i on one side, and 11 small orchard 011 ! upon the lovely calf "Viola-' E 3)y VIRG1.N"L\ CAUTKK I.KH. | CiCi omelets are particularly j ad.-ipicil to the summer menu, ' and varialioiib of t�iis popular the other. .\nd three harder-working, happpiev maidens llian tho Tliroe Graces it would bo Iiard to find. Gone to the Dogs IT can be seen at a glance that blooming Tbalie-Willi her his- .oiig before l''arinerelliiig beeanio tile really fashionable thing it is lo-day, the Three Graces were helping iliidr father on the land. It miglit bi\ l-hiplirosyno astride a sedate bl.ick hcuse, using llic cnlliva-tm- in 111-.- corn; Tlialia on lop of �I tall ladder, mending the roof of the Ijarn: .-Xiilaia mowing the lawn or feeding llie c'lilekens; so I ha\' phones commented on their work asj'i"t-''- follows: 'The true value of an organ- i "This spring, acting on informalion izalion such us yours wa.s most aptly jfi'om Kn.glaml to the effect that the demonslrtilcd in the recent crisis in 1'�c^cvo at trained business women band, or e\'en the crasii of ^ Child's crockery, than endure a meal lour city, in which the women render- ja-vaiiable in ICngland for the Women's : in silfnee, consider Mary Klizabelh's I ed valuable services. Through your i �^''^il'ti'V Corps was about exhausted. |hoiioles>ly .|uiet. Hut lo nie the cool ; immediate co-operation, in an hour | "c be;rai\ recruiting asrain, and have ; green and white, the little muslin ' of need, you were able to perform a ;i'Copened our classes. Tiy Augusi 1st leurlains. tlie wicker trays and bus- ; valuable )iatriolic service, that made ' tht- Winnipeg W.V.R. will have re-i ket.s and curates, the waitresses with,! po.ssible the continuivnce of business |cruilod 1111 to l.l.'.O strength. These conditions at a time in the country's nvomen are desirous of going over-affairs when delays and interruptions '-c'tis to 'ill any gap behind the firing dish will often s^lve the housckeep-, trous eyes, peach-bloom skin, and er's problem, lie ll brwikfast, lunch dusk.v- curls, was meant to preside j wnlclied Iheni serving Beauty througli or dinner th.-it i.; concerned. over pastoral festivities, "i'et Thalia In preparing a plain omelet (one _ in these later days has-dare 1 tell il'.' without the addition of other ingre- -GO.Xt; T OTHE DOG.S. U lucky dieius or any filling) three eggs arclDogsl allowed for two persons; but the ' But when Introduced lo the dogs number may 'be materially le.sscncd j one can hardly blame Thalia. Theie when the filling is of a substantial i is Elsie-big and fierce-looking, but ly designed for .Miss New York who I [�, s. Food Administration bands on \e.iru-d to blip Uoove-r plant two j their ctip^, llie knowledge that every .e.iions ivhere one grew before- But ''^ ' �l"^'^''lf-^'< 'l".^' ="�1 tli"t no c:ni I you jtist imagine the hectic tlie iiltle friend of i: for a Job'-'" I think I said something liatliiiig suits recently. They j ctine sugar can sneak in the back j are too costly to estimate. This per-door lor any soil of cooking I sonal 90(;rifice, so willingly made, id luuch more I . , . I couhl afford i Prevented sen line. .-Vll the\- ask is that Ibe tiov-ernment will eriuip them with uni- screamsof Jonathan Corntossel when | whatever-all this ami ""'j'h "'"''o | prevented serious personal and public 1 forms and equipment, so our women all onions aiiplied i" me u-el in,it ;t 1 could anoidi; , , , , ' I the time (which I can't) I'd watch ] inconvenience and loss. ".-\t the present time the reserves i Filth avenue every afternoon over a nbnul I pot of Oi'ange J'ekoo til a balconv con- I "�'ll Mary Kli/.abeili- (imte to appear, each more dazzlingly ' 'J"o-^l'''y ^"-'e had pineapple ice and i shortage of labor during the harvest impossible than the one ..efore-! l;";:;;^;,T^-^;!;^ ^t S Tsprli of shorter, scantier, less appropriate. 1 mint lor a jihiiue and two candied I cherries, and It tasted like high noon taking a course at- the agricultural on ,a glacier. The. honey cake-but'"- -' -....." "--......- -Mary KlizabeUi is running a recipe page in the' Delineator they toll me, so [ won't hazard a as to how-she mtide that heavenly icing. truly . i Campbell. volunteers." said Mrs. They have paid for their are preparin.g themseh'es to meet any season, and through the Deputy Min i'sler of .\gricullure,. Mr. Kvans, arc more unimaginable to swim day, however. I saw -A-hal struci: me as the Queen of Sheba gone mad. The first thing that ^struck one's cousciousness was the presence of jieacock blue .satin, knickerbackei-s laeed up the sides ivilli musiard colored grosgrain ribbon. Over these tirresting garments was worn a mauve velvet sleeveless overblouse, with a border of strands of bine, mustard, blue, and purple ribbons. A the corners the ribbons w.ero inter-�\\"ovon like kinder garten paper strips, �while sinckings and purple and while satin slioes completed ihe lady's Irreducalele minimum, while. for rhoice, she added a rape of mauve and peacock to match her suit. a huge peach bag to hold her knitting, and a cap that was a series of S. O-S.'s by itsolf. Last of all ihcre was a parasol, .still in tho college colors, edged with interwoven ribbons, and �liowln,g a Ecjuare frame of them around the point of the parasol ' v.liero it pierced tll'e cover. Another Gorgeous Mermaid UXDER chaiioronage ot tliiyj gorgeous e.xhlblt, lounged another iiioiniald clad In black satin kntcli�;'=; and a .sleeveless sweater affair cf orftuge cotton gabardine button holed all around the neck, aiiu holes and lower edge, with bright blue wool. There was a long sash of Iho orange, with sciuare cornered l.'iict.i i.f blue satin. Whatever may irr may not lie conserved along the avetuie, imasinatlon assuredly isn't. Jlut it talies riiore than any poor cx- Roquefort Cheese Dressing pound ro(iuefort cheese, 1 small onion, finelv' minced, 6 table-spoonsful oli\"e oil, 3 ttiblespoonsful vinegar, ',1 leaspoonful paprika. Mash cheese with a spoon, add oil, !onion, paprika and then the vinegar. Place dressing on ice to become cold before serving.-L. P.. This dressing is a little different from the usual rociuofort cheese dressing. The minced onion gives a very delicious and appetizing flavor to it. Ot course, the cheese is riulte oicpensive now, but fin- liO cents enough dressing for eight to leu portions of salad can be made. college and many of them will go into the country where lliey will run gas tractors. .\ large number of them are already serving llirough the farm areas of Saskatchewan-Fully 350 of them are, also assisting in tho work of registration." While lidllng of Ihe activities of the Winnipeg W.V.R., 'Mrs. Campbell stated they had organized in IDlTi for the purpose of lu-oparlng a body of women to take up all kinds of work behind tho firing line, and they had received spoclal instruction In first aid and homo nursing, field telephone , ;Own training iiud many of them liave taken it alter working lioiirs." A\illi reference to the (lualificalions ot these -women who have Joined the r:uiks fully uOO are expert stenographers and trained office help, 100 are capable professional and experienced cooks, many are domestic science graduafes, and several have inslitiilional experience. Dr. ICUcii M. Douglas, officer commanding this reserve, it; now on active service with a number ot her workers and has been made (1,1.-Col.) head of a field ambulance corps in the Imperial army. In writing of the splendid work the women tire doing, sho slates that many such women should be recniil-cd for efficient and effectlvo .service, not only overseas but at houi';, lo |me(-t any emergency need. In the lecent I-O.D.E. sessions, Jlrs. character. A Plain French Omelet v^l';P.-\P.-\TI-; the whites and yolks of four f, beat the yolks until lemon colored and the white ;is stiffly as possible. Add to the yollis four tablesjioonsful of cold water. Willi salt, papriiia and ctdery salt lo taste; then fold in the beaten wliites so (I am assured) gentle as a kitten; Patricia-wortliy of her name; Teddy-more Bull than Dear-ami others \ -all Kiigllsli Bulldogs of famous [breed, nnd all worth fabulous sums ! of money. W'lille Drenda, llie soft, ; doe-colorcd littli! I'rench bull, with ' her thoroughbred airs nnd alluring ^............... iways, is .a worthy representative ot that tile whole is a liglit, foarhy mass, our inimitable Allies, llea^t a large tablespoonfiil of short- | ^,.,, ^^^^ cning m the omelet pan and luiiir 111 I___, , , . ' . the egg mixlure. t'ook over a very . R'bbons and varUms prizes that have moderate heat, turning the pan gent- 1 been won by a succession ot beautl-Iv if necessary until llie omelet is well risen and liie edges are firm | the .steasons. Tlie Three Graces have a brotlier; �n only brotlier, who has be('ii two years in I'lance'. Hut are they down-lienrled.' .\l::vEl!! They are too bus.v being proud of liim tliere. they been reln-curnateil as boys, they would havo boon ll.ere too- Meanllme, tliey are 011 the .iob al home. Wiien Dad isn'i tliere to be helped (for Dad Is.i't a sure 'niiff l-'armer, but has a. business iliat carries him up and down llie country) they "cai'iy (ui" - serenely - steadily-insidringly-� und'r the companionable eye of theii' ir.otlier; tinil tho oharmlng attributes of kyudenesse and courtesle-with good fellowship and fun as well-aru still there. If (verybody Avho needs .nn iii-(liiceiripnl to go back lo '.he lauil could sec tl'.e Tlireo Grai;es at liomu -there would be no further difficulty ill enlisting Boldiers of tli-i Soil. enough to be loosened from tho side! |~�  , ,   1 \7 i^g:''of'':yaH;!^r5^i,n?'n?^^^^ Kinging in Your Ears Is a Call for Expert Aid added if desired; after whicli the omelet is turned over Into a neat' half circle. Cook for .a moment on the under side and serve immediately inverted on a hot platter. The .uriclirafier' ar'r'em'vtu' from'ihe' Closing Your Ear With Your Hand.or a Bandage Does Not I'-'"- Stop the Sounds, Treatment Will Not Do You Much  Good-Dangerous lo Attempt lo Cure Yourself. A Summer Omelet |-)i.,L'.N'GI': two medium-sized pep-pei's into ijoiling water; then remove the seeds and membranes, and chop finely. Turn into a stiiicepan ultli half a cupful of thick tomato sauce (rtither higiily setisoued), add four tablespoonsful of finely flaked crab meat (other cooked fish may al- H ICE OF QUALITY ^J^UB young housewife was com-plaliilnt' oftlio Bmall piece of IcVthat fiatj teen left In resptinse to her orii'cr fbr fifty pounds. I'ii'at, tlie.*iceraiin ^iw bonvlhced that the was.yauijs. apiJ inoxperi-enced Is evidenced by the nature of his reply: �. "But .notice, ma'am, the firm and exoellenl finality of it. In buylns Ice your motto Bhould be not how much hut how good." What She'd Get V G^jOD story is attributed in London, Eng., to Miss .Vina OUltleld in the drama "For Sweethearts and Wives," and in one of the scenes she cooks the hcro'.s dinner. One evening some of the cast were discussing war economy in the wings, when Mis.s Oldfield remarked to the hero, "Supposing wo were really married, I would do the cooking and so save the expense ot a proper cook, though, of course, I Ehould want sonielhing for my work. Now, what should 1 get at the end ot the month'.'" "Well," replied the hero, "after about a week you would be abla io draw roy Insurance money." - Plenty of Soil T'lIE'man'B shirt front was far from apotliHis and his Waistcoat and coat were covered with grlnio imd grease, but a largo buiicii of flowers was placed on the Inpfl ot Ills coat. "What do you think of this';" he said to a easutil acipiaintiiiice, jioint-Ing to the boiKiuct. E.\D sounds, ear noises, ringing, crackling, buzzing, hissing und other such abominations In the ears are enough to disturb the pa-, ...,, tienoe of the seven sleepers, not lo so be used) and two tablespoonsful.] inontlon Joli. There are more good of chopped parsley, fse this as fill- 1 pe-op|c afflicted �wltli these aitditorv ing 111 a plain omelet or adi it lo the , ., . , . four egg yolk.s, fold in the ,vliiles ''"*""''''"'";�'''""''''�'"'''�"''""'"�''' and cook as for jilaiu omclrt. Omit 't l-'irge city. ^ llie water if tile tomalo tiiid crab "TinuKu.s" is tlie medical pundit's;''"'' complete; recovery, mixture is used with the yolks. | u.chnieal nnmo for litis nuisance. A Provence Omelet ' There may or may not be .-i lillle U-'V.y one lablespoonful of ,-,i|,cod i'''"''''"^''''' c^'i^" '''K'' '-"'oo'^ onion in one tablesijoonful of hot ; Pressure, If head noises aru "in your shortening until delicately colored. ; midst." lu any event, it is an un-\dd two medium-sized tomatoes.  happy distemper. If tliere is chronic ^unre Parasol Is Latest ..Fachion Fancy "[(�'.VSMIOX scoiuH bitund lo refute Ihe tmcient dictum lliat Ihero Is uotbliig new under the sun, f(n' there is (tiu'taliiiy going to lu( when this ]iarasol makes Its appenriini'c Ihl.s suimuer. Never liel'oro bus there been a s(|uaie parasol like IIiIk modiwli crealimi. . There are four ribs, 0110 lo sustain each peeled and diced; half a teaspooi fill j eacli of salt and sugar, a salUp'ooiifiil of paprika and a tiny pinijli of powdered tliymc, l..'oi)l;, stirring constantly, for five minutes. Hull a bowl Willi a cut clove of garlic and in this betit the egg yolks; then add lliB stiffly whipped wliU(-s and the vegetable mixlure. Wiiip liglltly and cook tis for plain (unelel. Kidney ar.d Bread Omelet fpillS is a very liearty recipe, and exceileul to serve for ti. summer dinner. .Split two veal kidneys and take out tlie hard white core ami the dark-colored flesh surrounding It. Simmer for twenty niiiiutPM in water I to coN'cr. tlieii drain, cool tind elioii finely. Fry in owi- tablespoontul ot hot slioi'leniiig, one labh-spoonf ill each of minceil onion iind green pepper; then add the cliopiied idilneys, sail and paprika to taste; one tp�-spooutul of shredded parsley and htilf a leaspoonful of lemon Juice. Stir and -cook the ingredients for throe 01' tour minutes tiiid place over hot water lo l:cep warm. Soften one cupful of bread crumbs witt) just enough milk to make them quite moist; add one tablespooiifiil of melted oleo, a light dusting of salt and paprika and tho stiffly beaten ;.oiks jOf four eggs. Mix well and fold in the stiffly whipped whites. Turn into two small layer cake pans, brusiied ovcu' Willi melted shortening, nnd bak(! in a epilcli oven. To serve in\'erl 0110 (luickly 011 a lietited cthop platter, turn over it tlie kidney mixture ami pla(''e the other oliii.'Iet on iiiflainatiou or a discliargo present this must 1)0 treated. When closing the outer ear diminishes tlie noises siMteeasful treatment Is possible and the ear sounds are often cured. If a constricting band lessens the tin-nil us, the irouhUi Is way back in tlie inner laliyrintli of the ear or its walls. Tliere i^'ritations or wejikened blood iiiiil fluid may be found responsible. , If, closing your ear with your hand or a liiuulago does not .--itop the sounds, treatment will not have much result you must luive the determined. Tlien state w.hether there is much, little or any dfiatnesa present, and give facts as to its constancy or inlermiltency. If It Is the last, there is more hope of Its disappenrnneo than if the noises are always present. If you have tills trouble and find relief when a catheter is in-scn-led into the eustachian tube, it is ian excellent sign, and augurs well All ear and nose specialist, of course. Is alone skilful enough lo insert this little instrument. Tho possible cure of these ear noises, wliicli owe their origin lo so many possible facts, can perhaps only be iitlaiii(5d liy the discovery of llui iissociuted mischief and Its removal. .\ dela'iled examination and exploration of tlie car, nose, teeth and throat tiro necessary. Tests with tho voice, tuning forks and other Instruments lire In (lemund. infections, pus, matter, hard wax, insects and other foreign sulistauces may he tho seat of the trouble, l''inally, betir well In mind, Hint excess of zeal ill the way ot ireutmeiit, too many remedies nnd too inueli manipulation may do more hailn tluiu iiegleet. Two or llireo weeks of treatment followed by an ecjuiil in-lerval of rest is the heller plan to follow. Sinco hardened bones-ostcosnler- of a victory to its crcdll. 1 lardened 1 osis--Is possibly the most common eauso of tinnitus, the ndminlslration of l.'i drops of n mixture ot weak adrenalin soiiilioii, together with tiiat of the pituitary and tliymns giniids has been a helpful method wherewith tonsils, or throat, which w.-eak lhei;jS;; ti^^^^^iii:"!,,^^?^?;^ tL"ln^l&';?r vegetative mischief through the eiir tube ot the nose and throat, are gull- drum and car bones arc then suspected to be the eviUloorH, Microbes ami bacterial infections ot one sort or aiiutlier from ihe nose, ty ot many kinds of head noises. Evidently llie victim who visits or writes the doctor: "I suffer with head iiolses. Kindly tell tng what to do for tiiem,", neecj expect no very satisfactory answer to hlo fluery. Tlio kinds and cuuscs of tinnitus are many more eveii than the luihiher whlcli cause duufiiess. l.'nirss'n dil.i-gciit ear Hpedlallst narrows the typo and cause In one or tw(i, triuinpliaiit Ireiitmoiil ni�y searitely be looked for. Don't know/' admitted the otlh-r i''"''her. This onu has been fal.rieated by Smolin of white georgetK; u-immed U,,,,.......................... ,, , , ,111 .,11 "I'ertimis it b'l'cw there." ....^i Willi a silk frinue iln'd four iueli baud of tnuUi-^ut'ed wool ^'"�'h^y'^tu-y. Ilvp, Serve iiiinK".liultlyr ' ------"- -- ' ^i'o expect iuvlntflliiscnt und hiipry | '-P''' yoti "Otj^^'C jjie iuiu}ber,^^su^<^ treatment is a matter determined by the. correct dlngiiosls made by tliu cxjiort aurisl. Getting His Number rj^UEUE was a rush ot wind, a cloud Ot dust, and tho car rushed on, iQiiN-Ing the old gentlonum sprawling In the roadwuy. He picked himself up und dashed up to-a pollccniun, yelling excitedly; "That motor car knocked ine down!" Tho polleemiin Ibolt out a bu.viiies.'j-llke notelioot< and said; ;