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I WOMAN'S REALM. I DRES5 — FASHION — H0M3 I THE DIGNITY OF HOUSEWORK. Some twenty years ago, wlien I was an enthusiastic beginner in the art of home- 1 making, says a writer in the Girl's Own j Paper, I had my first experience with the J emancipators and their propaganda for undermining the morale of those of us who are so old-fashioned as to follow a career of domesticity. The present-day atmosphere is charged with anti-domestic argumentation, often I crude and blunt as in this instance, often cleverly subtle. Always the aim is to con- vince the home-maker that she is wasting herself upon the insignificant details of life. She is warned of the constant mechani- cal repetition of monotonous duties that cause her very soul to revolt, until only the sternest sense of duty holds her to the deadening daily grind. Yet, now, considering absolutely nothing but my own welfare—I vote for the grind. I It is not a matter of economy with me at the present time—it is a matter of self- respect. I never like myself so well as when I am doing my own housework. A SMART CAPB-COAT. The popular garment depicted in 'the sketch is made of green and grey plaid, with gathered waist effect and pointed sides. There is fancy stitshery on the collar. The cape-coat is surmounted by a j very elegant feather toque. The shape of I PATTERN No. 2,450. I the collar and the hanging sleeves .9 par- ticularly novel; otherwise there is a plain- ness about the whole that adds to its chic. It hangs rather full around the figure, and entirely covers the frock worn beneath. There are many examples of these capes on the market at the moment, but none more elegant than the one pictured here. BLOUSES-AND BLOUSES We shall wear our beloved blouses in any of the materials which are especially adapted for summer days, says an expert in the Woman at Home. Georgette and ninon trimmed with Valenciennes are smart and practical; fine lawn inset and trimmed with Irish crochet has an air of distinction peculiarly its own; crepe-de- chine in all colours offers itself to the votary of blouses; lace over tissue is suit- able for theatre wear. The country girl Cfton remain faithful to her severely simple linen blouses, the artistic girl can revel in the Indian silk handkerchief-blouse, but for golfing, and hockey the blouse is eclipsed by the soft flannel shirt with its workman-like pearl buttons. There are patterns available for every description of blouse, so no girl need go blouseless, or plead that she cannot afford one. She will probably iiot be able to in- I dulge in the model shop blouse at eight or nine guineas, but she can easily make a I model blouse at home. SUIT FOR A SMALL BOY. The picture illustrates a most fascinat- ing suit for a little boy. The knickers are I composed of black satin; and thp dRi..t" little blouse is of spotted muslin, with I PATTERN No. 2,451. I frills at collar and cuffs of the kind known as "Toby"—only slightly modified. The little lacing in the front is a pretty touch, adding much to its artistic value. There is a sllit pocket in the knickers that is sure to please the small man. j TO-DAY'S RECIPE. I POTATO RISSOLES.—Press one and a- half cup of mashed potatoes through a sieve, and season with a tablespoonful of butter, salt, cayenne, and celery salt, and add either one-fourth teaspoonful of onion j juice with one teaspoonful of minced pars- lev or three tablesDOOufuls of crater! juice with one teaspoonful of minced pars- lev or three tablesDOOufuls of era.f.-tl
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. The death of Mr. D. H. Macclon&id, M.P., Coalition Unionist, cre-ates a j vacancy in the Bothwell Division of Lanarkshire. I There is no hops of launching 2 b tons' this year, said Colonel Leslie Wilson, for the Shipping Ministry. D. Gaskell one of the men charged at Southport in connection with the brass scrap deals eae, has been discharged. Glasgow Corporatipn is to consider a proposal to appoint ten policewomen at wages of 35s. a week with war bonus of 12s. Stafford May Pleasure Fair, which ha« been held annually on May 14th, has been abolished. Bought some years ago at EI,000, Ban- gor Corporation has just sold one of its ferry steamers for £3,100. Relays of French Benedictine nuns are leaving their homes in the Isle of Wight and are returning to France. Collections at Harrow School Bill" for various war charities have ceased. Altogether nearly 9500 was collected, mostly in pennies. I Eighty men and women Monmouthshire teachers have struck because a conscien- tious objector was given preferenae over an ex-Service man. I Parish church bellringers of Brent- wood, having been reprimanded for killing jackdaws in the church tower, went on strike, alleging that the jackdaws damaged their gardens. Three schoolboys were-ordered at Slough to receive four strokes with the birch for throwing stories at a railway train, and, by breaking the engine glass, temporarily blinding the engine driver. Derbyshire Education Committee has adopted a new scale of salaries for ele- mentary school teachers, which will involve an additional annual expenditure of £ 40,000, to raise which the county rates will be increased by 4d. in the pound. A plague of foxes is. at present infesting the Toddmgton district of Bedfordshire. In a single night one farmer lost ninety- five head of poultry and other farmers have ako suffered eonsicWrably. Hundreds of steam drifters and other craft on the- East Coast of Scotland are idle owing to herring fishermen's demand from the salesmen for a minimum price of 30s. per cran. The Government has been asked to pay 75 per cent, of the guaranteed price when the herrings passed after in- spection. Alexander Begg, proprietor of. the Trades Hotel, Clydebank, for forty-two years, was found drowned in Teighuess Burn, Arrochar, on Tuesday. A French lfr. vermilion stamp of 1849 was sold on Tuesday in London for 4:115, and a 30-cent black Reunion stamp of 1852 realised 1:100. The Mayor of Rochester has appealed to employers to give preference to discharged soldiers and sailors, of whom there are 700 within the area out of work; another 700 j are disabled. I 'There being a loss of LS a week on the National Kitchen, the Camberwell Coun- cil is recommended by the Food Control Committee to sell the kitchen as a going concern. As soon as the Pesee Treaty is signed the Swiss Federal Council intends to re- lease the troops recently mobilised to guard the northern frontier. Victims of Monday's food riots in the north of Berlin were five killed, including two school children, and eight wounded, el including three women. A report received by the Agent-General for Western Australia from his Govern- ment says that the domestic service prob- lem has not yet been solved in that State. Despite efforts to enforce the Federal Law, it is estimated that there are at pre- sent in tho United States over 1,000,000 people addicted to the drug habit. In the North-West Territory of Western Australia capital is greatly needed to de- velop trade in cotton, sugar, copra, pine- apples, bananas, rice, tea, and tobacco. A Departmental Report to the Western Australian Government states that the are# open for exploitation in the pearl shell industry in that State is practically illimitable. A message from Taranto states that the ex-Austrian steamer Arcadia (3,100 tons), ex-Austrian steamer Arcadia (3,100 tons), which was docked there for repairs with a cargo of timber, tar, and lubricants, caught fire and was almost completely destroyed. In Melbourne, on account of the strike, the coal situation is more serious than ever, and n complete stoppage of gas a-nd 1 electric light and power is possible. A harbour expert, at the instance of the I Imperial Government, has been instructed to place his services nt the disposal of the local Government o f Jamaica with a view to dev^oping the port facilities at King- ston, *mmaiea. It is stated that the air mail service in America will be extended from Chicago to Omaha and St. Louis next autumn, shortening the time for correspondence be- tween the Atlantic and Pacific coasts by from twelve to fourteen hours. Owing to results obtained in banana growing in the Bellingen district on the north coast of New South Wales it is pro- north coast of New South Wales it is pro- posed to open up suitable laiuls iheiv for the s: It'CMCr-t of soldiers in tropical fruit j trowing., chic-Sy bananas and pineapples. Sir Thomas and Lady Wrigi:;so:>, of Neasham Hall, co. Durham, fiiteriained tho tenants and villagers on their estate 0:1 Tuesday on the occasion of their golden wedciing. I Jcec-ph Keane, chairman of Limerick Board of Guardians, and two other local men have been arrested under D.O.H.A., j on ci.avge-s of attempting to purchase mili- i tary ammunition. tary ammunition. The first award of the William Gibson Research Scholarship for medical women (minimum £ 250 per annum) has been made to Miss Esther Harding. The scholarship is held for two veare.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE PATTERN. We can supply paper patterns each week of the sketch bearing the number below It. Our patterns are specially cut for us from designs expressly prepared for this column, and the cost of each complete pattern it 9d., post free. Address all letters, enclosing stamps for I patterns, to Sylvia," Whitefrlars House, Carmelite Street, London, E.C. 4. Be sure and mention the number of the pattern re- quired when ordering Patterns will b« and mention the number of the pattern re- quired when ordering Patterns will b« deipatched within three days of the receipt ct the application.
I IBulletin ACo. 4. a-* j Campaign j • "Malaria, dysentery, j trench fever, acute prim- ary pneumonia, enteric fever, relapsing fever • • and typhus fever are now notifiable as epidemic | and infectious diseases, j • These are all prevent- • able diseases." What are you do- i ing to make sure that your ■ home is kept free from epidemic disease? With • all respect the promoters of the FIRST AID Nation- • • al Health Campaign sug- gest one sure way to safeguard home health. j The regular use of j | FQIMF 1 j Disinfectant Soap ¡ has been proved time and j j time again a preventive of infectious and epidemic disease in the home. FIRST AID is a modern ■ disinfectant soap not to j be confused with carbolic and similar soaps. ■ FIRST AID is a scien, ■ tific product of guaran- j i teed efficiency. It is j | delightful in use and of j i unusual economy. ■ I •: I I j j Made only by Christr. Thomas & Bros. Ltd., Broad Plain, BristoL ■ ^k. The First Aid Book, 40 j | pp. of useful hints, post free, on mentioning | your usual dealer's | | name and address. • nUILDIG SCHEMES. APPLY TO Breconshire Coal and Lime Co. Ltd, BRFCCN. For Prices :— Portmndoc Slates, Sanitary Pipes. Pi >>>.vi files, Cement and i'cnnaiit Taving, &c. Pole Agents for El Vw Yale Bricks.
in connection with the alleged attempt to rob a bank. Janaes Herbert Shakespeare has been committed for trial at Dartford on chsrgc-s of wounding Mr. Robert Leslie, manager of Lloyds branch bank at Belvedere, near Woolwich, and attempt- ing to murder Constables Darke and Moore. John Henry Waldon, twenty-seven, hotel boots, of Willington Quay, Northum- berland, 11:1s been remanded at Newcastle on n charge of stealing in the hotel jewel- lery valued at £ 3,000 from a traveller's bag. His father was remanded on a charge of receiving. I Fines and costs amounting to f-356 were imposed on Harry Rowles, a Croydon butcher, for dealing in dead meat whole- sale, without having the required permit. As Mr. U. waggett, one of the chief organisers of the Ilford victory fete last Saturday, was erecting a banner, a gust of wind caused the pole to fall on his .head, and he died a few hours afterwards with- out having regained consciousness. Fourteen children were injured on Tues- fay night at South Shields by the explosion of a ship's distress rocket to which one of them had put a match. "I heard of a man who had just died, and I immediately went after his house and found I was only one of fifty appli- cants," said a man at Preston County Court.
i j I & THE UNi"ERSAL C,kP,, HE UNJVERSAL CAR I I Industry depends upon efficient transport. I Horse shortage and other factors have reduced ? efficient transport to a matter of motor haulage p tD I on the road. And that's where the Ford Delivery van comes in to such good purpose that it may justly be regarded as the one I indispensably necessary adjunct of commerce I to-day. j -;f JI ,1 i 6overnment;Subsidy Type, Covered Van, £ 260, inclusive I of duty £ 17 (recoverable by owner if vehicle is used for I commercial purposes only). Touring car, f250 (at Works, Manchester). IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CAX BE GIVEN. HAROLD ELSTON & CO., BRECON.. t1 A Great Tailoring System. 4 0 < a I THE DEE JAY SYSTEM takes up | tailoring where the ordinary method l leaves off; it is not an experiment or unsound idea, but a system that takes your measurements to the smallest fraction of an inch, a system that cuts down the cost of tailoring by preventing all possible misfits and f alterations. i THE DEE JAY SYSTEM does not ¡ merely fashion and build up a cloth; it allows for, and adapts the elasticity of the fabric to keep the garment in shape. Prices and further particulars 1 on request. THE DEE JAY SYSTEM gives you better than London Tailoring at Two-thirds London Prices. DAVID JONES & Co., Talgarth. THE FIRM THAT VALUE BUILT. FOR PITWOOD HAILING. Immediate Delivery 2-3 TON AUSTIN GHASSES. S75 O. RICH AND SONS, Motor Engineers, BRECON, Tel. 23. Telegrams: Rich, Brecon.
cheese. When cool, add the yolk of one egg and two tablespoonfuls of cream. Form into croquettes, roll in egg and r breadcrumbs, and fry in a frying basket in deep -fat until golden brown.