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in To-day's Bulletin:
Their Eitreme Popularity In Alt Mate
rial. ThU Sranon.
Whlto has rarely lieen moro worn tlmn
It Is now, mid It Is by no menus confined
to wash gowns, although theso aro Been In
profusion In lawn, duck, nainsook and
pique, tailor mado gowns of tho Instnamod
goods, plain or ombroldcrod, being par
ticularly favored. Costumes of whlto cloth
aro n novelty of tho season, tho cloth being
o thin nnd fine- that It Is not at all bur
densome. Whlto serges, cheviots and oth
er wool goods of light weight aro also
greatly worn nnd composo rwwonably
serviceable gowns, ns they may bo washed
qulto satisfactorily, provided tho material
has been well sponged and shrunken be
fore bolng mado up.
Collars, rovers and capes aro covered
with ruches, puttings and Ilounccs of tnf
fcta and mousscllno do solo. Tho ruches
of mousscllno do solo, tullo or gntizo are
often very narrow and aro placed clow to
Rcthcr, giving a mossy effect. Tho voloN
collar of capes or jackets Is almost always
trimmed with mousscllno pufllngs of n
different shade, ns aro the r?v t nlo.
The illustration given In today's Issue
shows a hut of fancy lltello struw. It Is
lifted In front, whero a cluster of nil,
pink, ten nnd whlto roses Is plural, from
which cscnH3 two gray quills. A square
bow of black velvet rests upon the brim,
and n torsnilo of black velvet encircles the
crown and makes a bow In front. At the
back Is a smaller bunch of roses falling
over tho brim upon tho hnlr.
ROMANCE OF THE WAR.
One of Colonel Torrey'e Men After Forty
Ytara Found IIU Mother Again.
Thai truth is stranger than fiction Is
again proved in tho curious story of
how a trooper in Torroy's wild riders
regiment found his mothor after 40
Tho trooper, Tom Williams,
K, loft Jacksonville, Fin., tho
light for Fort Mendo to seo n
whom ho has thought dead
(or imniy years. Sho is now 81 years of
age, nod sho has long mourned for her
Aim y years ago tho family lived on
tho bo -tier. Indians mado a raid and
killed Williams' father. Tho mothor.
with hWolo spirit, bravely fought off
tho Indians, killing sovcral, when sho
was knocked down by tbo morcllcss
blows of n tomahawk wielded by a rod
demon. Tom, then a youngster of 7 or
8, wus taken with tho baud. IIo lived
with them and was for a year or two
subjected to tho" worst kind of treat
ment. IIo boars scars where slits woK,
made mid skin torn olT by tho inhuman
redskins in thoir efforts to "harden"
him. Ho also forgot tho English lau
guago. Ono day tho baud ho was with
mot defeat nnd ho was rescued by tho
whites. It took sovcral years to win
him back to civilization. Ho was then
a strong, healthy youth of 18 Or 20. Ho
took up the cowboy's pursuit and lived
In Wyoming. Ho enlisted under Colo
nel Torroy nnd went to Jacksonville.
In some manner his strnugo story
leaked out, mid in somo way his old
mother, now living at Fort Mcado,
south Florida, 200 miles south of Jack
sonville, was informed of it. alio com
municated with friends In Jacksonville
'Williams was informed of tho fact that
his mothor still lived. In less thou 20
hours ho secured a furlough mid left to
seo his old mother. It was n queer
story, nnd bin comrades crowded to tho
depot to seo him off and wish him nil
wanner of good luck mid good dirties.
Willlums is ono of tho best men of tho
troop, ami Colonel Torrey speaks high
ly of him, saying that ho was n very
quiet man, but with n connigo nnd
spirit that carried him through every
thing. St. Louis Ololie-Democrat.
At this season of tho year napkins,
tablecloths and uven childieii's clothes
aro very apt to becomo btulucd with
fruit. Ono of tho simplest methods to
romovo tlieso fruit stains from linen or
eambrio is to plaoo tho stained part
over u bowl and continue pouring boil
ing wntcr through until tho stain disap
pears. If this bo douo soon after tho ur
tiolo is stained, thoro will bo 110 trouble
in most cubes. Tho water must bo boV
How to Make Smoked IIv-tIiic frtlail.
Skin three smoked rudncrrings, ro
movo tho bones mid flakes mid soak in
milk overnight. When wnnted.add thrco
boiled potatoes, it small boiled boot nnd
half a cup of lold veal roast, nil diced;
n small boiled nnlnn. turn Imllml i,nn
and au apple thoso to bo sliced. Mix
uiurunguiy mm ponr over it a 6lmplo
Romovo tho sholls mid skins nnd chop
flno a quart of freshly roasted peanuts,
mix with a little mayoumilso dressing
and spread between thin slices of bread.
Thoso iiro nice for picnics.
FIRST AUTUMN 8TYLE8.
Colon the Keynote No Radical
Change In the Cot of Oowni.
Tho nntunin color card shown by tho
French manufacturers proscnts a per
feet riot of colors, tho purplo nml plum
shades predominating in both tho plain
sloths nnd fnucy wools. Tho first In-,
itallmont of fall goods is already in tho
hands of tho Freuch couturlcros, some
of whom nro oven showing what they
term "autumn models." Ono novcr has
nuoli confidenco in tbo modes displayed
before tho 1st of September. They may '
bo "nutumu modols" without being
Kutumn fashions, for thoro has been
many a carefully dosignod modol con
demned to wusto Its glory In tho ntoller
of tho dressmaker. It is not easy to
prophesy what tho fashlonablo world
will chooso to wear n season ahead.
However, tbo opinions of sovcral lead
ing dressmakers ns to whnt will bo
fashlonablo aro of interest nnd possess a
certain amount of vnlae.
First, tho colors will bo extrcmoly
gny nmi will lean moro toward purplo
nnd plum than to red or blue. Tho pro
domlnanco of thoeo shades will lend to
somo rather novel combinations pur
plo and salmon pink, for Instance,
Thoro will bo llttlo or no change in the
cnt of tho skirt. In tho modols ready to
bo scon now tho skirts ngrco to n dot,
nnd tho dressmakers seem to havo given
np tho half hearted nttompt to mako
drapery popular. This model skirt fits
absolutely gloveliko about tho hips, nnd
in fact defines tho flguro in n manner
that wonld havo seemed astonishing n
year ago. Tho volants en formo havo
about rnu their course They may ap
pear In tho autumn, but tho dressmak
ers nro not showing them nnd adviso
flat trimmings that do not dostroy tho
contour of tho flguro. Tho trimmed
skirt will not bo so necessary ns it lias
boon during tho spring, but trlisimugs
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OOWN OF llltOWN OLACK SILK.
will bo fashlonablo. Embroideries nnd
novel braidings will bu much used, mid
perforated cloths in a now form appear
among tho now goods.
Perhaps a word should bo said in ro-
gnrd to tho dcop collars that occur on
the Hummer gowns and promise to bu
oven moro oxtcnsivoly worn during the
nutumu. Tho simplest form is the
dauphin collar, which is cnt to pass
about tho shouldors, tho ends meeting
oil tho bust and surrounding a heart
shaped portion of tho dress waist; tho 1
ends generally join under a bow or n
scarf may pass under tho collar to tie
In n butterfly on tho bust.
Tho chango in bodices will consist
moro iu novel arrangements of trim
mings, of now forms of collarH mid
probably n different shaped sleova than
In any decided change iu cut. To jndgo
by thoso advanced models tho blouse
will romaiu, as it is uow, the most pop
ular of shapes. Its now features seem
to bo nil elaborate form of a sailor col
lar mid long, wrinkled sleeves. There
are somo busquo effects worn, usually
with a belt, mid 0110 gown has a curtail
Httlu waist that barely covers tho waist
Almost nil chokers nro snug, trig
and smart rather than olabornto iu char
acter, but-tho entire stylo of u gown
may dopend 011 tho llnish nt tho neck
It Is probable that thu out ot these
chokers Ih moro difficult toucliUivo than
that of tho maru elaborate one, for evi
deutly they must bu carefully shaped
Somo drossy costumes havo simply a
turnover collar of tho stuff, with 11 bov.
finishing it. A pretty choker that is In
voguo again is tho double collar. Tho
high choker is of tho cloth, and 0110 of
silk turns over this, while a scarf of
tho samo silk passes about thu neck in
ltdo tho collar mid liiukos n bow iu
front. A pretty form ot this choker has
tho silk turnover collar cut to flare
nway iu two points under thu chin'
Tho foregoing items ot fashion, by 11
Paris correspondent, nro reproduced
from tho Now York Tribune), in which
tho cnt of n brown glncu gown with
fiat trimming and laca appllquo also oc
curs. One of Our New Dutlrn.
Tbo Hawaiian alphabet has but 13
lottors, and now wu'vo got to go to
work nnd tench them 14 moro. That's
ono ot tho drawbacks wo encounter by
taking thorn In. Montgomery Adver
CANNING AND PRESERVING?
How to Frepnre Fruit So That It Will He.
main Whole nml I'.rlj-ht.
Of all woman's work thcro is iinno
probably quito so hard ns canning and,
preserving. Tho long hot days ovor th
hot stove nro bad enough, but tho cor
tnlnty that all tho work may not bo In
vain Is often tho hardest port, says the
Bt. Paul Globo.
Tho first rcqiilslto is to havo tho can!
and tops perfectly clean nnd 6caldcd
with boiling water just boforo using.
To prevent breakago rlnso first In vory
warm wnter, wrap n wet towel around
each and set In n pan In which thoro is
an inch of hot wntcr. Pour In tho boil
ing water. Illnso well nnd put In tho
fruit at ouco. Tho samo method may b
used iu preparing jelly glasses.
As an oxtrn precaution after tho tops
havo been screwed down ns tightly ns
possiblo prepuro a wax of thrco parts of
rosin, two parts beeswax and ono pari
tallow, melt and mix well, nnd when
preparing to can put on tho back part of
tho stove, allow it to warm and after
each can is ready put a thick rim of
this around tho baso of tho top.
To havo bright, soft preserves', boll
thoroughly from thrco to four hours bo
foro adding tho sugar.
To bo surotho jelly will heat tho Bug
nr iu tho oven so hot that it will slzzlo
when nddeil to thu juico. To havo clear
jolly du not boll longer than from fivo
to ten minutes after tho sugar U added.
To havo whole, bright berries, cur
rants, cherries, grapes and crab apples,
carefully pick them over, then rlnso in
1 tepid water mid put into tho cans, using
' about olio-half cupful or sugar to each
pint, fill us closely as possiblo without
' mashing tho fruit mid rover with cold
water. Put on tho rubber.-! and screw
tho tops on loosely, put In a boiler in
I which is sufflclrut cold water to co'no
to ivo Inches from the lops of cans nnd
boil about 20 minutes. Scrow tho tups
tight nnd ndd tlio wax.
Apples, peaches and other eucIi fruit
may bo peeled, cut in halve.", cored or
pitted mid canned tho famo way.
If tho fruit is desired sweeter, n thick
sirup may bo mado of whlto hngar nnd
water nnd used Instead of nbovo meth
od. Tho fruit will keep if Iwa sugar ii
How to l"rpnro I'tilnto.- it In rTnrlt.
Peel olht raw potatoes, then cut
them around as 1111 upplu Is jw ckd. Let
tho paring bo ns near tho re'110 thickness
as jxissible, nnd thu longer they nro tho
better. Put them iu 11 frying basket mid
pluugu into boiling lard. When they nro
it gulden brown, drain them in front of
the lire. Dish on it very hot pinto,
sprinklu with wilt mid servo immedi
ately. Ilotr to Droll .Mii.lirnoin.
Select a dozen medium sized fresh
mushruoms, cut off 11 portion from tho
stalk mid peel the top. Drop ns soon as
peeled ill cold water, with tho juico of
a lemon nnd n teaspoonful salt. Fifteen
minutes beforu serving drain tho mush
rooms mid wipe dry. Season them with
half teaspoonful salt and one-eighth tea
spoonful pepper. Urnsh each ono ovor
with melted butter, lay them on n hot
broiler mid cook over ruodcrato firo fivo
minutes on each side, turning them
twico whllo cooking. Dress them on six
slices of buttered toast, spread over each
a llttlo maitro d'hotel butter mid servo.
To proparo tho maitro d'hotel butter
rub n teaspoonful butter to a cream, udd
n tea'poonful lemon juico, a teaspoonful
flno chopped parsley ami n spriuklo of
How to Mako Ham Crnquettr-).
Tako two cups of lino mixed hnm, or,
letter, 0110 cup of hnm mid ono of veal,
mix well with ono-quurtcr cup of bread
:rumbs. Add two tablcspooufuls of
stock or gravy and season with ono
teaspoonful of pepper. Add tho yolks of
two eggs, mako into small luills, cover
it with egg and bread crumbs mid fry.
How to Serro Artichoke.
Allow ono nrtlchoko, if smnll, for
each person. Trim them neatly, cutting
off tho ends of tho leaves, mid put them
in n saticepau with ji;wuy u't bcllS:
wntcr, salt, 11 tiny bit of soda mid thf
Juico of n lemon. Keep tho lid of tho
saucopan 011, and when tho uiti liokes
aro douo put them 011 11 dish to drnlu
thoroughly nnd get cold. Servo wlih tho
following Kiuco iu u bunt: Heat up to
gether in n basin for 11 few minutes six
desscitspoons of salad oil, two ounces
tarragon vinegar, half a teaspoon of
salt, tho samu quantity of French mus
tard mid popper to tnsto; then udd somo
finely chopped tairngun,
How to SI 11 IT Muui'W.
Tako two pounds of muscl.s, wash
anil clean samo. place in Niueijun over
slow firo and cover tightly. When they
burst open, strew a half cup of rlco
over them, adding u half cup of water.
Cover and let steam. Tuku a fry pah,
put iu two tablespoons of butter, ono of
chopped onion, ono red pepper 1u.1l small
piceoof garlio. Fry until light brown
and nut contents over tho inus.sL.lfi. mM.
lug a tup of canned tomatoes. Covor
tightly mid let htuam for half 1111 hour.
'Jlits is a delicious dish.
How to Sink ii Japaumo 1'iitpourrl.
Lavender flowers, ono pound; roso
leaves, 0110 pound; ground orris root,
half a pound; crushed cloves, two
ounces; crushed cinnamon, two ounces;
cnished allspico, two ounces; tablosalt,
ono pound. Thoroughly mix theso sev
eral iugmliouts, and then keep in a,
tightly sealed jar till required to bo
used For sachets to placo aiiiougdoth
iug mid house linen this potpourri will
bo found very fragrnut and refreshing.