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FASHIONS THAT PREVAIL AT COUN
TRY AND 8EASIDE RESORTS.
Itie Prctent In l "White ScHon"-Ijc
0r Wliltn Silk The New Small Arm.
linlo mid Long Side Seam In Ilmllces.
Woolens of Tlitnnrst Texture.
A "whlto Benson" Is iu fnll sway.
Midsummer has uot brought tlio usual
ntiiplumout of palo bluo, pink mid
trnnni tints lu dress. Instead tlio up to
ttatn summer girl walks iu nttlro of
ipotless whlto. Whlto duck, pique, per
talo, dimity, lawn, orgaudlo, silk, nil
Bguro among materials for tlto "nil
Whlto toilet." Tho girl of mannish
lastoa can liavo her plquoorduck morn
pig suit mado up ns plainly nssho likes,
lut, for tho creator part, n bowildorlng
combination of filmy fabrics mingled
A KKTCIIINO SUMMEIt GOWN.
with lnco, brruflled, embroidered nud
lavishly ndorucd with ribbon (nlso
whlto) represents tho fad of tho day.
It goes almost without Mylug that
Whito parasols nud whito li'Vorii or
tliip hats aro tbo proper ncctworics of
uch u gown. Whito fi'iithern, Mowers,
nblMU und cliKTou trim tbo but, and, iu
ja.-Mn;,', it may boimmtkimd that noth
ing uuwor or nioro decidedly chio in
this lluu can bo found than n rather
Iroad brimmed Niilor of lino chip with
fiouliln mercury wings extended across
tho front and n roll of soft bilk and dot
Ird net or chilfon around tho crown.
Whlto wings nro dcoidodly indispensa
ble). IMr.rk laco over n whito silk founda
tion is i lnvorito nud very striking com
linatiun of tho season. Not only docs
till niako a distinguished gown for
sum:i r fetes and gcnornl wear, but it
luruibhes n usu for whito silk that has
lost a little, of its first frcshnoss, and
vbcu theso laco drosses havo served
their liot weather turn of usefulness
they will still niako qulto n smart domi
toilot for nutiinm.
Anoticcablofcaturoof tho now gowns
la tho short shouldor soam nud tho
jonnllncss of tho nrmholo. Uncomfort
ably small it is in many instances, tho
tuidersido of tbo bodico boing carried up
wry high to give n lougwalstod effect.
Two pieco slcuvcs appear to bo in tlio
lu tho lightest texturo of woolen goods
for wear at tho seasido and country ro
inrts those of soft, limp charactor aro iu
demand, for they hang In tho npproved
fashion nud make up woll into frills,
phitings nnd bouillonnccs. Theso in
dado nun's veiling, bnrcgo, cashmero
ml tho liko, nud narrow ribbons usod
h frills or grouped in rows nro favorito
A smart model suitnblo for nuy of
tbeu last mentioned matorlals is shown
tii tho first cut, which indicates a com-
blimtlnn nf colors. Tho skirt is of the
olosely gni" d tinier' and Hindu to look
1'iilu gray ii'd fsrocn, in splto of the
fact that they huvu been much worn,
sro undoubtedly still to bo reckoned
hiimii; the d'"imlilo colors, and next to
Vhiu-u.w g.v.itly in ovidcuco. A pretty
1 liiMik for iiibhlouablo seasido wear is iu
Ey cashmero, trimmed with straps of
rry colored ribbon.
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TO CURE WRINKLES
Itow to llemnre the Murks of Age unit
Care From the Countenance,
Wrinkles nro creases iu tho skin, tho
result of n loss of natural elasticity of
tho skin and of tho habitual ret ntion
of tho part in r. particular nttltuilo, says
Tho Voice. Wrinkles nro to tho physi
cian n vnluablo moans of diagnosis. For
example, wrinkles ncross tho contor of
tho body iu front indicnto n habitual
stooped position in sitting. Two or
Ibrco very deep wrinkles nro not Infro
n.ucntly found. Such wrinkles ns theso,
however, nro seldom tho sourco of sollo
Itudo on tho part of tho patient.
Tho wrlnklos that tho physician it
usually called upon to euro aro thoso ol
tho f aco. Theso wrinkles nleo nro Indic
ative of habitual nttitndcs, nnd the
faco being tho organ of expression tho
facial nttltudo or expression applies to
a corresponding nttltudo of mind. For
example, ouo class of wrlnklo indicates
n habitual mental nttltudo of worry,
another n habitual expression of scorn,
another nmiabllity, another hnto, eto.
From this it appears thnt wrinkles, nt
least wrinkles of tho faco (and In fact
tho ramo is true of nil wslnklcs), aro
more than skin deep nnd iuvolvo not
only tho body, but tho character.
Tho euro of wrinkles, then, Is n mat
ter which first of nil concerns tbo char
acter. Tho'liabltunl nttltudo of mini,
which has left its mnrk upon tho skin
in tho shnpo of wriuklcs, must bo
changed. It must bo replaced by n
mental nttitudo of n marked character.
For example, in tho enso of a faco
marred by wriuklcs produced by n
scowling expression tho skin must bo
Finoothed out by tho cultivation of nn
opposito stnto of mind, by which menus
tho muscles of expression will bo mado
to pull tho skin into such n shnpo that
tho undeslrablo character marks will
disappear. In short, unpleasant wrin
kles must bo got rid of by tho cultivation
of wriuklcs of nn opposito character.
Much can bo dono by tho aid of mas
sago to restore tho flexibility of tho skin
and to stretch nnd draw tho facial cov
ering iuto u moro desirable form.
How to Ilroll Chlrkrn n la Drlinonlco.
Procure two very flno tender spring
chickens, Fingo, draw, wlpo neatly nud
cut tho heads off, then split thorn with
out separating nnd placothcm on it dish.
Season with n pinch of salt, half it pinch
of pepper nnd ono tublcspoonful of
sweet oil. Turn them well iu tho sea
soning. Put them to broil for uino min
utes on each sido. Prcparo small toasts
ou n hot dish. Arrange, tho two broiled
chickens over, spread half n gill of ninl
tro d'hotel butter ou tho top nnd deco
rato with six thin slices of broiled ba
con. llow to rrerent 1'aralfsls.
Threatened paralysis is not n thing to
bo very greatly nf raid of. Paralysis gen
erally does uot threaten, but makes its
nppearauco without threatening nud
without warning. Paralysis is not
hereditary, but tboro may bo a hered
itary tendency to certain forms of paral
ysis. Tho only way to euro it tendency
to disenso Is to build up and fortify tlio
general health in ovcry way possible
It is not best to livo in constant fear of
n paralytic stroko or something of thnt
Mrt, as this will bo n very efficient
means of bringing to pass tho very thing
nppiehcndcd. Numb sonsatious, tingling
sensations, etc., nro seldom precursors
of paralysis, although often thought to
bo such. They nro usually tho rosult
simply of disordered digestion, giving
rlso to disturbuueo of tho sympathetic
How to Hake Turnip.
Wash nud peel one largo turnip, sllco
nnd lcavo in cold water two hours.
Theu boil iu salted water till tender.
Drain, lay in tho baking dish und dutt
with powdered cracker crumbs. Pour
over this a whlto sauco mado an follows:
Put it a saucepan ouo heaping tea
spoonful of butter und ouo of flour nnd
stir until it boils. Add ouo-half pint of
milk, taking caro to stir till it is well
blended. Brown tho turnips iu n very
How to Make Violet Jellj.
Mako n pint and a hnlf of clear lemon
jelly. Uso any gelatin preferred. Havo
n bunch of deep colmcd violets pick
out tho perfect ones, ltluso n mold iu
water nud btaud ou cracked Ico. Pour a
half inch of jelly uu tho bottom and let
stand until partly set, then carefully
iuscit in tho thicki'iiing jelly n number
of tho violets. Ilavu tlicin upright, but
remember that when tlii'y nro nerved
thi-lr positions will bo rnver.ied. When
tho layer is quit") linn, add it second,
inserting tbo violets, as before, nnd ho
continue until tho jelly is used. This
should bo prepared tho morning it is
sorved, so ns to guard against change in
tho color of violet petals.
llow to Ilellitvo Nt-uralcla.
Facial neuralgia yields quickly in
most instances to tho following treat
ment: Heat a soapstouo or flatirou hot,
roll it iu n cloth, wet tho hot sido with
hot water and turn on it a tcaspoonful
of cssonco of peppermint. Lay tho faco
against this. Cover tho head with Han
tol and go to sleep.
How to Cook CalTs Head.
Boil one-Jialf of a calf's head, ono
small onion, iu which stick throo cloves,
ouo carrot, sliced, and ouo bay leaf iu
threo quarts of water. When teuder, ro
move tho head, strain tho stock nud sot
!ido to cool. Browu ouo tublcspoonful
of butter und one of flour iu tho chafing
dish, add ono quart of stock, tho Bkiu
ami tongue of tho calf's head cut indlco.
When boiling hot, turn iuto a tureen
ovir threo slices of lemon, two hard
.bulled eggs bliccd, tho juico of ouo-half
I lemon, ono tcaspoouful of salt and ono
, .OWE t '&
Percy My bos don't kick if I come
Harold Aw, tint's uuttlu. Mine
wouldn't kick if I didn't como nt nil.
Dp to Date.
Out of the Moutlii of Babes,
Tho Ono on tho Steps Tho other lit
tle girl that used to livo whero you do
used to lend mo her dolly ovcry day.
Tho Now Neighbor (after n long
pauso) My dolly don't llko to go vis
Itlu. Now York Journal.
HINTS FOR OMELETS.
How to Make So as to He Tender and of
Many careful nnd really dainty cooks
novor Bend n tondcr omelet to tablo.
Perfect in form nnd color nnd very np
petizing to look upou, it proves too sub
stantial nlmoBt to melt in the mouth,
as it should. A certain family had ban
ished this standby from thoir board,
lut havo uow welcomed it back ns if It
wcro n newly discovered dish, bo differ
ent Is tho flaky concoctlou now served
to tho lentbery horror of yore. So sini
plo aro tbo means that brought about
this chango that tboy aro givou for tho
benefit of our readers.
Tho "tender discovery" this omolet
is now dubbed, nnd hero is its history :
Tho women folk of tho family had tho
rozy, chocrful kitchou, as usual, to
themselves on Sunday evening, aud a
hot rolisb had been begged for by the
pater. It was Becky's turn to prosldo
over tho rnugo, nud sho resolved to np
ply fonio conimou senso hints sho had
found iu somo such column ns this
Sho dared uot whisper "omelet. " She
might ns woll havo suggested fried solo
To mako an ouiolot tonder, sho had
rend, it must bo cooked slowly, llko a
custard, nud tho eggs uot whipped sep
arately, or oven until frothy, but only n
few strokos to render thorn smooth aud
not stringy. Two omelets of four eggs
each, cooked ou small pans, woro ad
vised for n good sized fnmily rather
than a largo ouo of eight eggs; so she
put two frying pans nbout tbo sizo of n
dinner plato to get very hot while sho
was whipping tho eggs, adding to each
four a half teaspoouful of rait, popper
to tasto nud n tcnoupful of milk. Hold
ing the pan to her chtek to test tbo beat
aud finding it "sizzling, ' she put in a
tcaspoouful of butter, aud when this
bad been spread over the pan by a
twirl of tbo huudlo tho contents of one
of tho bowls was stirred up aud pourod
It was left on tho hot part of tho
etovo, tbo pau boiug gcutly bhakcu
meauwhilo, just long euough to make
suro tho bottom was ovculy browned, a
broad bladnl knito thrust to tho ceuter
ouco tor"v,vtli9 hot butter to reach
this ecui,iuu nuddlo spot, which other
wise would scorch beforo tbo wholo wus
brnwu. As the pan was hot, only the
samo time was allowed ns woold mako
a paucako ready to turn A cook wbo
never trusts to guesswork, however,
may remove tho pan near the light aud
lift thoedgu sufficiently to seo if proper
browning bus tnkeu place
Upon tho Flow (wokiug nt this stago
depends tbo desired tenderness, so tlio
pan vaflcccred with a saucepan lid nud
put where it would only 311st keep hot
while tho other omelet received its
sham of uttcutlou. 'leu minutes from
tbo time tbo eggs- were broken sufllced
for the whole pcrformaucn, whilo 11
tough omelet may be produced iu five
Tho ten minute atluty do not toughen
when they cool nud uro thuretoro excel
lent for school sandwiches us n chuugo
A celebrated French chef to whom
n lady sent her cook to learn to make
this very dish lusisted upou n custard
lrfeo appearance, nud wo all know what
a crumbly horror Is u baked custard
cooked too quickly. His idea was pro
cisoly tho same as Becky's, but will bo
a uow ouo to innuy. Chicago Record
And tills is praool Tho woeful clamor hushod.
Tliu ovcrwliclulnK IIJu of war nt rest
And foretime foes niclmnflng frlomlly jest.
The glaring torrent of onset that gushed
tn flame from myriad guns, the blows that
The hupplncss of homes, tho scathing test
Of merit und the joko of tho oppi eased
Are gone, and uno the Bimrj pulse that rushed
Lute fire through tho nation's raging heart.
From out the rontest's who bleals a song
Of hupp husbandry In glad rcleaso.
And all tbo musio of the busy murt.
Ah, but tbj aglo cannot uuko the throng
Of tbldiera bruvu who died for t hoe, O peace I
It. a R. in Chicago Record.
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Is Replete with Latest Designs in
Stamping, Drawn Work
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Washable Embroidery, Silks, Stamped
Linens, Cushion Tops, etc.,
No. 10 Fort St., Up Stairs.
WITH THE CITY FURNITURE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 i536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONED G. J NIGHTi BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call, 849.
In Ooncontratott Oronm
Is lb. Uett Medicine lor
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOOD
LOSS OF COLOUR.
I!AV' Iso ts Prescribe
bjr the Lradlng Fhytlclsm
ei an uiuntriee.
Don tut CoHttlpalt.
Don tut Ulacktn IU Tttth
Soon brings back
Itwtr oMms wlati, Uilra autf Uher iinitiiloa of tht
0Ib Article. Buld br H riitmlm md Drusjtl.u,
WholfiilM no, Rue Lafayette. Pa km.
Telephone! 1086 & 936,
P. O, Box 79,
O. H. BERREY, : Manager.
Difficult Collections a Specialty,
M5KdrlT" rr n
Will IL III 1
War AsNkss ,
fcFULL LINES OFsss
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
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Che Old Dell at Sumaye, ladrona
Islands. Cast In 1680.
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ar asbii -t r ilt if-
li. .vCH3h4Krj-IJ Jj'tyr-f tJ9r'l'f
BEST OF MEATS.
Famlllos doslrlng tondor roasta,
juloy sloaka and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo mako a specialty of family trade
and soil tho host at roasonahlo
214 Nuuanu St. Tolephono 104.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Solo Agents for POUT COSTA FLOUR.