The Beaver Herald (Beaver, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 33, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 16, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BEAVER HERALD BEATER OKLAHOMA
Of HEW HOUSE
DtMratiwit Staid Harmonize
With the Furwthtno.
CAREFUL STUDY IS REQUIRED
SeetfR thm Elfht-Recra Heave Thai
WIS 3 EcensasJcaL tvt Can Be
M4e Oszy ad Cerof srtasle
WWi UttJe Effsrt.
By WILLIAM A. HAOFOP.D.
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tram CMcut. 18.. and coir atS
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Ko vadertafclcK Ter rat with ssc-
oses'wIUtfrtrt baring a definite plan.
Whether to bwteeM In society -r la
the burnt a ptas Bt first be coa-
cMrtd A vxrrnltA wiih care (Wore
jtsospletc ratWartlfm !a oUatsl. TbU
vtrtij to realized iiwre frfiallj' rn
MMlonui affairs ttun In Hmvb of the
t9y-ioM bat It U nerertbeieM a fact
to rrerr caws. It applies prtJaUr!r
to di as Bfi4ertaklnc as the decorat-
toK of one's ttecae. Ilcnr maaj of es
erer bare a care'f all prepared plan of
In also cases est of tea tfee borne
fcallder Srtds faimself in the mUUt of
Ms decoratlTe details before be
ixJlses It and wllfcont a plan at that J regarding them seek from lhoe roan-
aad f orlhersBore to conlwtA rejard-1 nfactarcrs who offer dpeoraUre awls-
toC woodwork wall and floor color i tnnee and by mdi eerloos cowrldera-
trealwcnts that he hardly knows I Uon acquire a better feellnz for color
which way to torn. The firat qaeatlon
cart be answered therefore by two
words ".Vot many"
Uow many ballders realize what can
be aocompllihrd by soch a plan? This
jscstlon can be answered by the same
two words. TJie fact Is that all thone
who hare 11 red through the building
of a boKe bare realized to their tormtr
tost what more careful planning and
carefsl buries; talent bare r.ccora-
pWsbed. These questions apply to the
eotlre bvlldlnr. but particularly to th
taterlor decorating the subject !th
which we wlh to dm I.
Dctills Should Harmonist.
Bo work out a plan and then plan
out the work know Just what kind
of furniture hangings rug etc are
to be used In every room before the
architect specifies the kind of wood
for the woodwork the color of brick
for fireplace or. In fact any of the
details which bear directly or Indi-
rectly upon the final decorative effect.
Know Just how these various surfaces
are to be treated how many coats of
stain or rarnlth are to be used on
woodwork und floors the exact color
for walls and woodwork beforo your
painting contract Is signed.
Hoch a plan of action Is not a dim-
cult undertaking. It must naturally
be based entirely on the stylo of arch-
itecture chosen for tho liouHe and with
this Important point decided upon thn
plan Is built up around It. Very few
of us are able to start with a clean
slate but rather It Is necessary to
mm many pieces of old furniture somu
of them rare old pieces heirloom?
possibly the dining-room table' and
baffet are comparatively new and their
trtos'eatlsffictoryj then again much
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esisre fca.t te txtitttsee etrjfxnt It
aito fr t&e w2c3c. or !X white
rsxM. wtirf U fraDy Mttrtictarr. .
if. bonrervr. th fc-Ttltsre It oak t&ts I
let the woTivcrfc be elw cat. sd
state It to tsstdk. Pertap sea 6b-
alisaMe pteee arsrt te amd. Deal
bf. tbi tzurinr wits the pUa.
Careful Stoy Necessary.
Ft we EDH xbov Jk th kJsd eg
fcirJtsre wojworx goon etc e-
sirtd before w il-tid- q sr iH
(rrhlmmt as well as the kind and
color of rtss hanging and Dpholittery ;
then torn tliee matters orer In our
minds stcdr them confer with others
rnd n knowledee of proper decoratlrf
treatments. Many progressive manu-
facturers hare studied their products
from an artistic Mandpolnt; many of
tbra are prepared to tell you Just tho
llnd and color to select under the con-
ditions you are confronted with. Tho
mantel manufacturer can give yon tug.
cetlons for the style of your fire
place. The furniture manufacturer
will assist you.
In our progress from one room to
another working out a plan for each.
building the schemes up around tbt
satisfactory furuUhings we already
hare. It Is of vital Importance that the
relation of one room to another be
considered. Avoid harsh contrasts
between rooms Just ns much as be-
tween parts of one room. Let one
scheme lend up to another like the
notes of musical harmony. Don't lose
h'-art If the first car doesn' irlng
complete satisfaction throughout 'tho
entire bouse. Little by little the un-d-Ir&ble
pleccv of furniture and rn-
harmonious hangings will disappear
cud behold I a wonderful chango has
We present here perspective view
nnd floor plan of an eight-room house
of very neat graceful linen which
lends ltclf ery vcll to careful Inte-
rior planning nnd repays with Interest
the taste and study ono will gUu to
this matter. It Is nn economical struc-
ture 3 feet In width by CO feet along
the depth of tlio lot not Including
front porch. The exterior prcvnti
llio popular combination of beveled
Killing from grodu up to second story
window Hills with cement plaster wort
ubotu up to the catcs.
Interior Is Cozy.
Tlio Interior of this house Is cozy
and comfortable. A broad porch ex-
tends clear nenm tliu front. Kntranco
from the jwrch Is direct Into tho re-
ception hull. To the right through a
brond doorway U tho largu living room
with Its open flreplaco and built-in
I'lio dining room Is directly back
of tho hall; It has n square bay win-
dow with four outward opening case-
ment windows. Tho kitchen U at tho
rear corner of tlio plan und Is sepa-
rated from tho dining room by a large
pantry. Thcro Is n back stairway from
tho kitchen In addition to tho main
stairway In the front hall.
Upstairs aro four very nlco bed-
rooms wlHi ample clothes closets.
Every bedroom has cross ventilation
with windows on two sides. The ex-
tra generous supply cf windows
throughout this house both upstairs
und down stamps tt as right up to
This houso design is one of the most
attractive and popular. It Is absolute-
ly free of ornamentation and elements
that conipllfpto the construction of a
house and so Is about aa economical
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BoGag (Gait) WUws. wife of Wcl
row rYUm. prvidtt tst tfc CaJt4
Staler hUtory will t repestfs. It
la IstemtlKg U'hUn. Htt grr-I-grmt
great -nal-jrat-great gruta0rT
was rrrrired tSwre 9ti jm -go wtih
boorj accorded to rorafy. This n
cwtor was Pocohnatss. wSuwe rrror
of t'apc Jcfca Kialib I ksown to every
KRy. She the dassbter ol
I'owbaiaa. rater of the IeHjb trU
in th I'otosBsc region. A the lrD
c Pocaboetas she created a furore
I'ocahoata In 1C14 married John
Rolfe. a geuUectan of the Vlrglnl-
colooy. id two yntrs later w-nt t
Knxlsnd. She dle.1 at CraretNl In
1C17 wbm aboet to rmharfc im b
return. Utr too Tbotsa stayed l&
Kogland until a can grown. Upon bU
errlral In Vlrzlcla be rcarritd Jan.
l'oyihre'. Their daorhter Jane be
came the wife of llotxrt Eollnr the
greal-great-grtat'grrvt grandfather of
HOMES FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS
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tion. Oue 1 the drift to fiinn tenancy; perlenceshows that best resulw
demand that the farmer should own the home and farm lands. Another U
the trend of population from the country to the city.
Tlw recent united war work cam-
paign raised 1203.1 73.Q3S which Is SH.-
CVJJSiS more than the seven war relief
organizations asked of the United
.States. This Is the largest sum ever
raised as an outright gift.
Henry I. Davison chairman of
the war council of the American lied
Cross has Just returned from an In-
spection of' Europe. He says:
"That there will be an appealing
cry of liumanltj from all over the
world no one can doubt. Politically
the outlook for a new and better world
Is bright but the economic conditions
are ominous. There will be such dis-
tress In the world that It cannot be
met by voluntary organizations. Gov-
ernments thernselres must bear the re-
lief burden and I am confident that
co-operation among the governments
may be relied upon.
"In addition to this there will
however be the necessity nnd oppor
tunity for supplementary work which
the world con do should do and must
WHEN THE TABLES WERE TURNED
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wurilH wux Hie winning ;t the war
Germans held the upper hand.
On the following night the tables had been turned the First nnd Second
divisions of the United Stnte holdler men that had been trained and
directed by General Ilqllnrd hnd gone ocr tl)o top with the dawn they had
broken through. '
Prom that day till the signing of the armistice victory rodo with the
General Dullard has Just been made a major general In the regular arm):
teacher was giving a zoology
sold rho "Is the rhlnoc-
carefully at his armored
"Yes" said tho bad boy of the class.
'An' wot's tMs one!"
"That" answered the teacher "Is u
"Oo-er" exclaimed tho lad. "Just
look nt 'Is bloomln' iierlseopcn
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Secretary of the Interior I'ranklln
K. Ijine's great project for the recla-
mation of some 300.000.000 acres of
arid rwamp and cut-over lands with
tlu rlew of furnishing work and bemes
to returned soldiers was particularly
called to the attention of congress by
President WIIon In his message. The1
work will be under charge of the recla-
mation service which Is one of the
bureaus of the interior department.
This plan contemplates nothing
tike charity to the soldier. The bsjde
Idea Is Just the opposite instead ofi
destroying our enemies he Is to de-
velop our reou". He Is to do the
work of reclamation. He Is to make
bis own home. He Is to be cared for
and financed while doing this. He Is
to pay for the land under easy condi-
tions. Tills project combats two ten-
dencies of the times which nre harm-
ful to the general welfare if the na
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Crutfs organizations throughout
Lieut. Gen. Itobert Lee UullaiV
commanding the Third U. S. A. corpit
National nrmy Issued this memoran-
dum to his men July IT 1018:
'The Third United States army
corps has been created. It Is com-
prised of the First nnd Second regular
United Stnti-8 army dltlslons both of
which have already made their name
known In Trance. O Ulcers and men
of the First nnd Second divisions yon
have been considered .oldIers of such
capnclty thnl ti have been placed
beside one of the most famous and
hard lighting illxlslons In tho French
nrmy. Sou that jou llvo up to tils
great honor which has been bestowed
upon jou. ItL'iiii'inlier that In what la
about to happen the ejes of America
and of tho world rest on you."
"What was about to happen" did
happen nnd the results of Its happen--lug
have been ringing around the world
ever xlncc. The fulfillment of those.
tin the night of July 17 of this year the
Breaking th News.
Burr Father was writing done oa'
tablets of stone In the old days?
"Yes my son" replied tho dutiful
"Gee!" mused the boy. "Then It
must have taken a "crow bar to break
So They Are.
Flatbush They say that women are
working In all the things that men
used to work In.
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T Hodets One With a Peptum
and One Without
Darter Satins Arc Practical far Ev-
fcryday Wear Beads a& Flat
Tvsks Art Used.
S&ee raits are predicted as being
a trl2e scamer thin coats. It follows
that btossessasi also bare a showing.
An ordla-xy Moss Is ce of the most
trying article! of apparel to try to
male look well trct occe hiving sc-
coeaptlfbed the feat It must be ad-
mitted that the result Is charming.
There are at present two types of
blocses that U. two In partlcalar
one the bloc. Kith a peplcn and one
without. It ts a mere matter of choice
as to which one prefers choice and
Jxooalngness of coots. The sheer
blouses of crepes and light colors nat-
urally would hardly look well with the
lover half hung crer a skirt of darker
asd rocgher material.
For a practical and smart blouse the
darker satins made with a ppluo be-
low the waist look particularly well
and give a tailored finish. This Is a
gocd blouse for everyday wear and
stay be embroidered or sontached. and
to change off with the flesh colored
georgettes Is o Tery different that It
is like having two dresses to one coat.
A very good trlcolette model has a
scarf collar of the material. To en-
llren It an Inset vestee Is striped In In-
dian colorings and the ends of the
wrap-around collar are treated In the
same manner. On waists of georgette
and silk crepe beads and fine tucks
continue to be nsed.
Slanufactnrers of waists are becom-
ing very dictatorial and with an effi-
ciency wtlch carries with It all the
faults of the system suggested by that
rerworked word are threatening to
standardize almost everything pertain-
ing to blouses.
THIKGS SEEN IN THE SHOPS
Soft Whit Kid Gloves With Wee
Gauntlets Imitation Ouvetyns
Black Gown a Necessity.
The dark blue velours are being
made Into some very attractive little
gowns such as trlcotln and gabardine
adapted themselves to last year and
spring. The round unadorned neck hi
In great favor.
In spite of tho fullness of so many
of the sleeves the long flowing va-
riety that Is used so much In satin and
net there are gowns that squeeze
cruelly at the shoulders and wrists
but they are very smart.
For the lady of small Tery small
hands the new soft white kid gloves
with Just a wee gauntlet are Just the
thing. She wears them as daintily as
a black kitten sports her two white
One of the new one-plecers Is of
taupe Telours with peg-top skirt nar-
rowing perillously at the hem with a
'row of buttons of the material march-
'lug from the middle of each side
The Imitation duretyns are not bad
at all Not at alL If you can't af-
ford the pesklly attractive real stuff
try the "phoney." It looks quite fit
especially In the dark electric blue.
No wardrobe Is complete without
one black gown. A smart thing In
crepe meteor Is done on loose lines
with rolling collar tiny white vestee
square neck tight sleeves broad soft
belt and two loose panels edged with
beads of apricot mint green and
ATTRACTIVE COAT OF NUTRIA
This charming and vary chic Mat
f fur Is not only bom looking but It
warm. Nutria - M
CHARMING AND SIMPLE GOWN
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Here we find an attractive littla
gown with its simplicity only ex-
celled by Its smartness. It Is com-
posed of reindeer brown duvetyn with
a narrow girdle and a wide band of
beaver at the bottom the only trim-
ming. SAVING THE TENDER PLANTS'
Geraniums and Others That Provide
Pretty Flowers Should Be Care-
fully Potted Till Spring.
Geraniums heliotropes coleus and
many other tender plants are likely
to be scarce next spring. Florists
have been obliged to get along with
half the fuel used last year. Many
have closed their greenhouses and)
plants next year may be scarce. Alii
these can be taken up potted and
stored In the honse or cellar untllj
The plants can be potted In tin cans
first knocking n hole or two In thai
bottom for drainage. Boxes can bo
used packing the plants rather closely
In good garden soil.
Most budding plants will survive
the winter If the soil In which they.
are growing is Kept moist ana me
plants kept In a temperature safelyi
above freezing. Next year they can
be set out soon filling the bare spots
that otherwise will look bad all sum
CORDUROY KIMONOS ARE NEW-
Warm Japanese Stylo of Garment
Promises to Be In High Favor
During Winter Season.
Some new kimonos shown In soma
of the shops aro a strange combina-
tion of style nnd fabric. They are
Japanese kimonos mado of corduroy. '
That In Itself beems nn anomaly. But
when you come to think of It wouldn't
they bo delightfully comfortnblel
Think of wrapping one of them around
you some cold winter morning when
the necessary restrictions In coal make
tho thermometer lower than comfort
calls for. That Is probably what their
makers thought of. And ro. nlthouch
kimonos of blue nnd roao corduroy"
embroidered with silk chrysanthe-
mums Beem a bit of a Hlrango combi-
nation nnd contrast Mill! they arc a
delightful comesHltm to tho cold that
Is coming. They cost tnenty-iMld dol-
Things width match or carry out
general color schema at onco distin-
guish tho unusual room from tho or-
dlnary. It Is tho fact that caro and
decorative senso Imvo been used that
gives this markedly different ntraos-
phere. Kxpeuslto furnishings nro no
nlwas neceswiry. For Instance nt
larger storey nro found soma very
good looking pieces of upholstery and
plush for tho polished table top. The
tapestry ts figured and combined with
plush of very good soft shades and
tho equnrea or long scarfs aro guloon
edged lly the yard cornea a material
for drapery which looks like a slight-
ly uneven silk rep but U probably ot
Monkey Fringe on Hats.
Monkey fur which better Unas any
other fur adapts Itnolf to a frlage-Ukei
uso Is effectively employed on hats of-
elvet nnd of gold and silver tissue. It
la used sometimes In a frlngc-llkA band
about tho odg9. In combination per-.
haps with a little gold or silver roe.1
Some of the new blouses ot
etie erep are heavily
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