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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 August 1906

m "W v WMOLU MUJLtr By the aid of that most marvelous modern Invention Walter Wellman, WaBhlnRton correspondent of the Chi cago Record-Herald and noted arctic explorer, la making a third attempt to reach the north pole. Of the count less number of attempts to conquer the elements of the far north few. If any, have ever excited the Interest of this expedition of Mr. Wellman and his chosen companions. It Is this thing of going about It In new way that lifts the Wellman expedition to a plane high above all previous efforts in point of Interest that places It In a class by itself. The devices fixed upon by Mr. Wellman were selected because they were the latest offerings science has made which were available for the purposes of the expedition. The two expeditions made by Mr. Wellman. one In 1894 end the other in 1897-98. like those of all other ex plorers, were made on the theory that sulphuric acid and Iron shavings, and 165 tons of these materials, carefully selected, were shipped to t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 2 August 1906

room Lisbon the census figures of IPortuftHl taken In Dec-ember, 1900, and gust published. The population was 6,016,267. InrludlnR the Azores. The percentage of Illiteracy was 71 per cent, for the males and S3 per cent, for the females. The government, however. Is bestirring itself on the educational question. The foreign residents In Portugal numbered 30, 384, of whom Ct were American. Easter Novelty. A novelty In Kapler eggs Is one of Glass that Is electrically lighted. Such eggs are made In white, of frost ed glass anil In various color, to glow when the light Is turned on In them. They are lighted by means of a flexi ble conductor which may be at tached to any electric light fixture and which Is made long enough to per mit placing them wherever It may be desired. ' Burmese Wives. The nurmese woman must make an excellent wife. A Singapore paper ays that her highest ambition Is to maintain her husband In lordly Idle ness and to support him with abun dant funds for cock lighting, b...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THUKSDAY, AUG. !), 1906. MTMBKlt 4 NATIONAL. ASSOCIATION OF COL ORED WOMEN. Fifth Biennial or Tenth Anniversary of Organized Afro-American Womanhood. The Fifth Biennial, or Tenth Anni versary of the National Association of Colored Vomen, recently in session In Detroit, Mich., July 9-14, was in every sense of the term a decided success. Two hundred and four dele gates were registered and they repre sented states from the Atlantic on the East, to, and Including, Utah on the West, and from the CJulf of Mexico on the South, to the Great Lakes on the North. The entire convention was a grand object lesson of the progress of the Negro to the crowds of both races who attended the sessions; and the Detroit press hud many excellent things to say, except from which will be given in succeding issues of this ! paper. I By constitutional limitations, v...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT SPENDS HIS VACATION HAD WORKED HARD APPLICANT'S REFERENCES SAT ISFIED THE HOUSEWIFE. Oyster liny. L. I. President Roose velt Is k'UI((1 down In his country home on "the hill" fur th first actual rest he has enjoyed In live years. It Is to continue for three months. A high stone wall has been erected between the l.ong Island railroad sta tion and Sagamore Hill and secret service men, under direction of Sec retary Iich. hold the key to the only rate. All bo its of gentlemen, crank or crankless. groat or little, find It hard to got l ast. Artists and camera men for newspapers have to run for tbelr lives. The president's day begins early. He may he seen on the veranda of his home at 5:30 a. m. almost any day, breathing the soft, cool air from the sound. After a brisk turn about the grounds a chapter from a library hook will (-lipase him until the chil dren begin flocking from their beds, a:er for breakfast urn! a day of rul- A . r t--m.Z Qf IT . mm ir..fT i i:xi:itti...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

THE IDEAL DOROTHY. BY UOHQE HORTOV. Author of "Lik Another Helen." He wu down In the Washington Cltx Directory as "A. Qulntner. clerk War Department," and that brlet bi ography gave a very correct estimate ol his relative importance In the com munity, Kj was one of several thou sands In similar positions who left their houses at a certain hour in- the morning, performed various duties and returned at a fixed hour at night. He was a bachelor, was A. Qulntner. 45 years ef age, retiring and timid, with brown hair, slightly silvered at the temples, a florid complexion, and shaggy eyebrows. He was a big man. he dressed neatly, his manners were grave and polite, and he walked with the aid of a corkscrew Manzanlta cane. A. Qulntner had never married be cause) or an ideal. In early youth he had supposedly found the Incarnation of that ideal; a tall, fair woman, with a form as grace ful as the stem of a lily, a low, broad forehead, arching eyebrow, an oval face, serious, truthful, tender eye...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

THE RISINd SON. UTS VOODS Bnmnw liupt. faMlshed Etrry Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rBCBSCIlIITlDN RATES: fB M f BuniBa m aoU it utetlr ali1 la ad'ano taUntf U J '"( Olc al an OKy, oj 5omuf (.'mux AtttUr. Correspondents wanted to t ery city U to wo in thin state. Write as. All news matter Intended t r pur U action should reach our office not la ser than TutdUy, of each week and Butt be alfrned b the writer not lor publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. wicir-No. M7 west sutr. at Haneae City, Mo. Ad vvrtiamn Rntae. ft oat osa tos.rilio f of co irh. ca.-h lahwtjuMt taavrUoa l frut Hi- !. inn mootA lot rjt ro !. i m.iiui too For lo Iv-h. mi mvath. toot Tat ! !. aUvath nop OLDEST NECiRO JOLRNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RlrST. Vhe paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. Christianity ami prospti Ity iln nut i-'n toui'thrr always. Kaoh is a ikti s sity, but fn ipii ntly wo fiml ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

THE RISING SON. East Kth street. He leaves a wife, two daughters, a mother-in-law, and host of friends to mourn their loss. The Rising Son synipathl7.es with the bereaved ones, V. H. Bogfleld has sold the O. K. Barber Shop to Green Starks, Mr. Bogfleld has been running this shop for a number of months, und will now Join hands with his father on Fifth street. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember please It's tne Utile blu we collect here and I here bat enables us to run from year to year." LOCALS. Lawyer Calloway left today Minneapolis. for Don't forget the City Garden every Monday evening. The Winter-Wood Dramatic Club gave "Pacing the Music" In Allen chapel Monday night to a good audi ence and all say It was the best ever given in this city and many are anx ious for a return date. Go to the City Garden Monday even ing for a good time. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West 6th street. Miss lx)ulse Robinson of Charlotte, is on the sick list. 1017 Typhoid fever is be...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

SENSE IS NEEDED. AL0.4G WITH A GREAT DEAL COM MON TACT. Having Acquired These, and Standing Shoulder to Shoulder, John Sharp William Thinks the Democrats FREE HIDES WOULD DO HARM. Senator Warren Drops Some Broad Hint to Eastern Manufacturers. In n speech a few years ago before the National Association of Wool .Manufacturers, Senator YVnrreu of Wyoming earnestly advised against any uttempt to secure a removal of tlie tariff on wool. "If," said ho, lt i substance, "any of yon are thinking Might Carry the Next House of i ,,f f,,.0 w-i. i would repeat the fam- Representatives. ous advice of Punch to persons con- John Sharp WlltUtiiiM has lately e pressed thU conviction regard. ns the outlook for a rehabilitation of the shattered fortuned of the Democratic I' arty : "We are upon the eve of carrying the house of representatives, if we only act together, shoulder to shoul der, anil show common tact and com mon sense." To expect the Ivmocr.Vic? party, which ItiK'Tsoll used l(t characterize ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

HOLDS OUT LITTLE ROVERNMENT SERVICE SOT CAILIK9 TO BE DE.HRED. Salaries Small and Promotion Slow- Work Unfits Men for Business Life in the World. "In a debate at the capltol concern Concerning Health A LITTLE TALK ADDRESSED TO THE SCHOOLGIRL. The Ideal Girl of Yesterday a Willowy , Dellcata Creature The Schoolgirl of To-Day, While More Robust, Should Look After Her Health First Don't Try to Pay Your Way Through School with Your Own Work Substitute Plain Water for Soda and Fruit for Pastry Hot Biscuits Not for a Beauty. BY MARGARET K. 8ANGSTER. If you ever, Dorothy, In the house of some old-fashioned friend, pick up one of those elegant gift books which vere In vogue in the '50's, you will remember the steel engraving that bowed the ideal girl of yesterday. She was a willowy creature, with a delicate face, long silken ringlets shading her cheek, a very small waist, and long graceful hands. She had been taught to do embroidery and other fine needle work. 'She excelled In the pluno pla...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 9 August 1906

Psrtugftl'a Population. Vice Consul Klndnuit furnishes from Lisbon tlit riMistia figures of Tortuiial tiikon in lvremlwr, 1900, and Just pul)llsli(,. Tl:e population was 6.01 .-'!T. Iiulu.liin! tin1 Azores. The lerrent.ii:o of !!!it.r.-y was ?l per rent, for th.- malt an I V" per rmt. for the ffn.iV.-v The (soverntnent. lioweer. i' '.: irrirtu itself on the e.lu'atior.;il ir:tMim The f m re-l l-n'i. in I'm! ! n'tniheri'.l ;'.', j J4, of vl o:n i ;e Auirri.'.iin. ! I Ea!er Novelty. J A r.ovi-lty in K.i-'r cus Is one of i pl.ifs th:ii is i lii lrh aily lljihti I . i SmcIi ' i;c .ire male In M i'e, of fi-t- el i.-:.i-i an.) i;s r::is colors, to ul ; !'. n the Iiht is turnd en in them. , Tl.-y ar- ;:;!.:' hy mentis of a llei. Me ( on l ! ; ir I i h pia he lit-ta.-hel to .1 ilee-rle l':l)t lixnire nn ! w hi.'h l ma !e 1 11 . nmuli t per nut p'.a um tl..'u wIim.vo: i: may he Burnsse Wives. The H:;r:!!' - woman must nn'o an ex-ellej.t w .f.v . Singapore paper tays that l. r hUhest ati.lntl...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

,- fivl i yl 1 j "'. . II Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othci Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THURSDAY. A1U Jli. 190(5. MTMJSKJl NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COL ORED WOMEN. Fifth Biennial or Tenth Anniversary of Organized Afro-American Womanhood. The Fifth Biennial, or Tenth Anni versary of the National Association of Colored Women, recently in session In Detroit, Mich., July 9-14, was in every sense of the term a decided success. Two hundred and four dele gates were registered and they repre sented states from the Atlantic on the East, to, aud including, Utah on the Vest, and from the Gulf of Mexico on the South, to the Great Lakes on the North. The entire convention was a grand object lesson of the progress of the Negro to the crowds of both races who attended the sessions; and the Detroit press had many excellent Things to say, except from which will be given in aucceding issues of this iater. By constitution...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

IMPORTANCE will be the largest artim cial waterway in world. Improved Excavating Machinery 6 Tested in the Work. Which Will Cctt $101,000,000. to One of tin- big projects which Is rci-upying tin- attention of the poo lie if the state nf Now York Is the t-n-largftiictit of the Kilt- canal, an ai npi latlon uf iHii.ooo.iinii having been made hy the legislature fur the purpose. Tlic extent of tin- proposed t nlar gctnetit will make tho canal tho largest art lrUial waterway for naviga tion in the world, considering tho length as oll as the breadth nnd depth. When speaking of the Kile canal v include Its two Important tranches which are fre(iielitly over looked, anil these are to share In the Improvement. These branches ate the Osuruo canal. PA miles long, ex tending from Onondaga lake, near Ceneral View of Excavation Showing Deep Cut Near Rochester. Syracuse to Lake Onatrin at Oswego, raid the Chnmplaln. miles lone, which furnishes a navigable water way from the tipper Hudson near Troy ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

ON THE BRINGING UP OF MANLY QUALITIES THE ONES TO BE EMPHASIZED. Don't Coddle Your Boy Too Much Win Hi Confidence Consult His Tastes Before Deciding on His Ca reer Boys Should Have Dally Chores Teach Tour Boy to Be Knightly Insist on His Being Accurate In Money Matters. BY MARQARKT E. 8ANG8TER. Boys are on the way to be men. If they were to remain boys It would matter very little about their bring ing ud. but the period of boyhood hur ries on, and the lad will presently be out In the thick of the fight scrambling for a foothold and having hard work to maintain his own among the fierce competitions of the day. What sort of man shall your boy become? It Is not too much to say that the little fellow, eager and earnest at his play, foreshadows the older fellow who will be no laggaid in business and who will find as much to engage am bition later on as he finds in sport on the playground now. Some of us cod dle our boys too much. Women are especially in danger of shielding their boys fro...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

LSWI8W0OP8 EnsiCMi Mugw. PublMv-il K-ry Week RIS1NOSON HUBLISHINCCO i-BL'hsUUlTU'N RATES: fct r.nr . .. BM Ji troaiu ' law lunntn a) Oa. tauata U i".ciij tniJ In advanoa iiri at (! ioJ cyic JTanw CWy, m 5nr.d t iuw Jfautt. CVirrepcti.pnt wat.te-d in rry city U town id tl.tn uic. Write a. Ail tiew nmtttr 1 1; tfided t pub- Uotlloc shnuid rvHt'h uur office nut ! , ler than Tutriiiir. i.f tacii week and ust be alptic d by lue writer not for ' publication, but if guarantee of auth- ! entirltr. , j IfFICIi-No. 117 Weal Slxtt. St., Kirm City. Me. 1 Advi tiitn Rnttl, fot oa. le.'l.. on. tn.rtlnn I J i Yft pnf inch i'h ahnjuB Insertloa ! For two lirkrt, thrt-e mouiti 114 , futKo li'ir. ; aiontii 00 ' rortwolnchn. nn. month. WW ? two iBiitH twr.vc UHDID II 00 OLDEST NBGKO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The i it y ifdinanre passed a few ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

THE RISING SON. A. W. Walker, Agent, Lexington, Mo Remember pleane 1 l i u e little blti we collect her and tbere tmt t-nublei ui to run from y-nr to yenr." LOCALS. Jim Bush took a trip to Chicago. Tim Cooper la visiting his father and friends in Chicago, Mrt. Tlios. Hoden, of Orantvllle, Kan., Ppent last week In Kanas City jind lnueiendence vlsltinp hor sonn. J. V". pud M. E. Hoden. Phe returned home Monday evening, having spent a happy week with the boys. The South Side Bible class No. 1 wishes all the members to meet Sep tember ;;it at 2:116 Highland to re sume crnr year's work after a vacation of two months. By order of the or panizer, Mrs. Sarah Richardson. The following named persons have eakn advantage of the cheap rates to Chicago: Mrs. Birch, Dr. J. E. Berry, Mrs. Chapman, Dr. E. B. Ram sey, Dr. Maurice Keys, Dr. Lambrlghr, Nelson Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. Weaver. The Son is glad to know that the Fubscription list Is growing. Nice large unfurnished rooms for rent at 117 West ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

ccrn at Ami. gi. I'm Ink In Imr , ltwtt.in-tl iti ttn'ic ririi:' tn '1'if Ihmiii.v t li Bk .n. I ll'.lt 1 l;.-f PWt'i't, cr:ipV.' V'lirfl 4 In s "t".t ni'jMuiii-.H Hn.it. '' Its MiiikIi' ln:i li' my hiMrt ivj.i.ra V'" Ami lr.'.nu:i' I'wry tmiM. ' I !! I t'lf v.'t v !...t I i n .! I 'j' Tn !. ik tn' nti.M- .i. t . All. I llll .'llt 1.4 II 1 V WMll .111 I K I'll I t ill 1 lif.ll.l ll.M- H IV . ,. "' 'I W.llit til I'.' iltl IIIIKI'I " U (l-'M 'j. l.i t..in.ti.. mi' tu. i far. -4 An. I mi 1 to!. I her, ttii'ti- mill then. ' Iii 'ir uitl. Unt il uli.it y.i i ii !"' v.in it. ! mall. In S.i:a.iiia II una i'iriiia!:iin. i ; t - THE AWAKENING OF BY JESSIE WADE MANNING. We have lived t ir 20 years In a tlat over tho stables provided !- tlie 80 rwrlntenjent if the llrixtnn park. My husband, Willi. im Newman, Ik now one of the he.nl gardeners. I w.is brought up to work, ami a good, lam ent, hard work keeps one out of mls clnof. I'm none the worse for hoiii the washing, ironing rnd housework nil...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

A Monument to War Horses Killed in South Africa. !' i if I I s3Fi: H "1 i 1 . - rt- f 'I . : cslfcy j """ f'-i5s: ,., i - PLAN COLONY IN TEXAS. SORES ON HANDS. Big Tract to Be Settled by Farmer! from Europe. Chicago. A tract of land compris ing 25,000 acrrs has boon purchased near Kaymomlvillu, Tex., on the Oiilf CoaRt railroad, for the colonization of farmers from France, Kelglum, Switzerland and Holland. The land was purchaRed by A. M. Davidson, of Chicago, and the colonists are being found by his eminence, Mgr. J. R. Vllatte, right reverend archbishop and primate of the Old Roman Catnollo Church In the Vnited States. The plan of the archbishop, who makes his headquarters In Chicago, Is to colonize the tract with people of his own religious faith. Ninety acres have been set aside In the cen ter of the tract, and upon this will be erected a monastery and a cloister for the education of priests and for the preparation of young men for the ministry. The archbishop will be at the head...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 16 August 1906

Psrtugars Population. Vice Consul Klinlumt fiirn!?ihM from Lisbon !lu ciimn flit'iiv of I'oruic.il tnk' n in 1 ' " .-m' i.-f. 1 :", and Just jniMlshf I Ti;o p p'il.i' ion M f'.M:.;-T. it i l-i l.i-.a li i- A.:oiT.-i. Tho JiiT.'rnt.U- rf .'.!;,, y w.i Tl pT vnt for :ri..'- 1 x " p'T out. for t!'o foii ,' . w : .n.-nt, l.nwt m ' :t i:f i i t'.i ..!.! .r. i ' r i v$ I, uf w ! i- " ' :i . V.i-V.M- N v- .-y. A U.n ''v jr, !'.. I . of f ' - V. r - . -i. -'Iiv : ' ' S 4-.no tn.i ! Itl v, : ' '. : '. '- f I v!:' -s .ili.l i:: i: ' '" ' v v Ii.-'.' f.;:i- I . ; !l " "' Tl: aro i I u. .!. "i a r..-:-Me ron.lu. to v ' ! ' ri i' ft-t.l.'h- 1 lo :i;iy . ' . ' .. I'sVlM' nn i w!ii. h ts if. i 1 : : u!t t . l r li:;t pl u'im; : .! u '. : : .1 :n.iv lie I5.U11.1'? Wive'?. Tltf n inn. w i:i.;vi m tt nin';.' nn, rx.-.-lii? :f- A S::: iporo 'iT .iys that lo t Ml"v; -i:itln I M tn.iint.im Ikt tris'iri I in lor lly i 1 ". t -ti.'s. n :i I ii ;i;ipni l.lm wi'li aluin fl.iiit fund-. f i r i. fUhtitu: htil...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

It Pays to Advertise In the Rising Gon VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, KAN. Miss Helen R. Armstrong left Sat urday for St. Louis. I. . P. Bradley was recently Grand Tresurer of tbe Masonic Grand Lodge. Mrs. E. A. Williamson who Is visiting her sister In Lawrence, will return Sunday. J. P. King who has recently been appointed to teach In Summer High school passed an excellent examina tion and has left for Lawrence to straighten up business. Prof. G. F. Porter has Just return ed from the University of Michigan where he has been taking a special course in the Latin department. He Is now ready to take up his work for the year in Sumner High School. INDEPENDENCE NOTES. Rev. Winrow spent a few days out of our city last week. Prof. Coleman, tbe artist has been doing fine work in our city. Rev. Mrs. Allen and sons spent two days In Pleasant Hill last week. Mattie May Hall will marry Wed nesday eve, August twenty ninth to Miss Amanda Chrtsman has gone to the Pacific coast to spend a month. Mrs. Effl...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 30 August 1906

CROCHET EONNET FOR INFANT Pretty and Exceed r.gly Comfortable for Small Wearer. This ror-r llttli bonnet may be worked in Shetland. Ivorlne, and any fine wool, rather ln.ire than on ounce cf wool ami a medium-sized hook ba Ir.R required. It should be worked rather loosely throughout. Six chain, and Join Into a ring: 3 chain. 20 trebles Into tho ring (the S chain counting as 1 treble); join with a siip-stltch. All the other row are commenced and finished In the tamo manner. , a treble on turh stitch of previ ous row taking both threads work ins 2 trebles in every fifth, or at often as may be required, to make the work lie fiat; join round nnd ri-pcat from until the work is about elRht liifhes in diameter. Commence the next row as usual, then after making the first treble, work 1 chain and an Making Use Savcry Dishes Can Be Devised from Small Portions. Don't throw away left-over vegeta bles. If, for example, you have half a cupful of carrots, cut into slices, add an equal quantity of ...

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