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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATUHDAY, MAM. 23, 1312.
A PAGE FOR WOMEN AND THEIR INTERESTS
Home and Fashion Hints
Religious and Other Activities: Things Feminine
Tim Jeweled cup, one of llio fash
ion Innovations of I lie season, Ih be
coming mi rxticmely iiopulur feature
of the cloning toilette. Thin dainty
little cap him been a popiilnr accessory
for Homo lime In Paris, lint It has onl
lately been taken iii liy women In HiIk
country. Made of the fluent iiichIi, die
cap fllx the lienil closely, ami some
times !t Is finished with n frill of gold
or Bllvcr lace, which covers tho coif
fure, or n Jeweled hand of tlio metal
lic net catches In the fulness, showlm;
n little of the hair nil tho way round
A design modi suitable, for the
)tiuthful face Is In metallic net stud
ded with stones, while another Is In
n network of pearls wllh an aigrette
nt the hack, tho frliiRo of pearls rest
ing on tho hnlr.
Ilemnrkalily pretty hair ornamenta
tions of tho hniulcnii order arc offered
In tho shops In all degrees of simplic
ity. In connection with theso band
eaux little curls are creeping Into fa
vor again, and cry pretty they look
peeping out from the soft encircling
swathes of satin or silky gauze.
It's very well for tho women's clubs
to set rolling a ball In tho right ill
rccllon. Fur myself I bcllevo In hand
picked fruit. I shall saiiu'cr down to
tho nearest university settlement this
evening and find out what the fellows
tlicie lire doing for tlieso babies who
mo dilftlng Into crime. I hear there
is a nig Itrothcr set of boys who aro
trying to sao tho youngsters ono by
ouo. each making himself responsible
for the good conduct of somebody else.
There Is nothing particular to provent
mo from going Into tho Dig Itrothcr
business inysclf. Theso joutlifnl
criminals need fathering and niothci
nip. ,iii ue parenis, i rase i. are nui ( ,llcr(.!1B,nRly popular and
on ue joii, ami uavo auoui an moy. ,, w()mall ,. liko , lry
can do to pay ren and get rood for .'1)rellteo ,,,, ,,
. iv.i wuaiiiu.h. ym, nun i "-' , ch0colate Nougat
lillJIIKUl lUllllll II IIUH, It), llllt lllfll 1 U
ncier had time. When the (lay comes
for sti Iking a halanccuhcct. I'm afraid
that Homo of us wl have to face n
leckonlng of which wc novcr Ihouglit.
When children go wrong by whole
sale, the community Is to blame.
Cousin Cephas In Woman's Homo
WIFE STOOD BY SHUSTER WHEN THE CORRECT I PREPARING CHEAPER CUTS OF MEAT
mil In tho face of Inic and loyalty at
home. When things go wrong In the
olllce get theiu righted as soon ns pos
sible, but let the rule bo to drop bus
iness worries when tho hat and co.it
mo put on at the end of tho day.
Tho small high hat with no frame
to crush the hair Is In great vogue.'
Tlieso "hoods" aro of felt, camcl's-halr.
cloth In bright blue, pink and scarlet,'
and are combined with black velvet
that forms tho crown. In many cascn
this latter Is puffed In high, uniisiril
shuc, projecting out nt tho side and
Illack-and-wlille bIiocb In chamois,1
kid patent leather and cloth nro keep-,
lug up tho emphasis on tho favorite
comiiinaiiou. Aim on mo wiioic, i.mu-
Ions ale prettier than ever.
The new colors arc exquisite. Peri
winkle bine a trifle softer and light
er In tone than cornflower and prim
rose Is tho favorite color harmony
of Paris. Cyclamen red Is nlso much
lined In combination with blue or tho
rpuue shades. Apple green has re
placed emerald. Dull greenish gold,
champagne anil mustard are also
much In evidence, or course, black
ami white, rather white iuiiI black,
again hold a prominent place In the
liomc-inadc sweets aio becoming
By CHR. TERHUNE HERRICK.
WR5rgan siTJ rCte 7wb r ajy liv I
in using tho telephone, some of us
jovcilook tho fact that tho Invisible
young woman whom wc address ns
"Central" or "Information" Is Just
such a young girl as our pretty IMIth
whom wo watch so proudly as slio
goes off with Fred, and Harry to play
golf. "Central." poor dear. Is at tho
age to enjoy golf and tennis fully lis
much ns Kdlth does, hut tho fact that
she has no tlnm for such pleasures
does not vex her a particle. What
does annoy her Is the singular stato
of mind which lends -Ilia unseen per
win at the other end of tho wire to
trent her uncivilly In call her stupid.
to thrcnlen her with complaints to
the management, because she cannot
alwavs and Instantly make the deslr
ed connection for the party of the
second part. To be rude to "Central'
Is tho greater In-each of good manners
because she cannot piotect herself
Mis. W .Morgan Sinister, wife of the late treasurer-general of Persia,
lu t till Is I till l-lf tl It'll II ltltl lulln ctlltlflu lit' Iwaf Illlialiaili.I 111 rI. I.I..I. .....I it. I..
I tin nr ! wi t ui mi ouiiiiin j nil liuni.iuii till W II ft II ill IV IV II lit I III I II.
HID CHILI ut,.nA UI,i,Btnl.., ...... .. Ai,,nIi.... t.t ...... ....! 1 1 1....I ....i .. 1.1.
. h-Tiiivu oiiiiDiti n i vim it ij ji it 1 1: i i vu iii.mjr otuiir.i IIUU IL'.lnl'U UUl VI II IS
wlfu'H BtcuclfaBt devotion whon Huhh! forci'd IVrslu Into war bccauBo tho
young Amorlran refUBcd to let tliu "Ueiir" Kriib Prrnla'H income and terri
Mi Ulitlulut ntlil lilu ilf iillil thrli in nlil til com PikmIIihi n.i.l 1 Itln
,, a.i i uit"l I ""'I ! ... i inn t llllllli;!!, Iitll WIII1V II Mil Jit II
Take four ounces of munched .u- ,,, ,1111111i , n, ii,,h,.,i ii ri ii ,,,. i.,u .., ,. ,...,. ..
nionds; six ounces of Icing sugar, the UoxtJomoly Mttnr toward Kngbind. declaring that country to be controlled
whites of two eggs; two ounces ot )y nuMl llIul (jerlmin) iK,u. p,.rsii affairs ui conecrned. ' Ho says
grativl chocolate; a few drops of va- lU h(g rPcent Hly i,,)n,iou umilnccd him that the llrltlsh people aro
nllla essence, anil sonic uiniouii mi. ot ln gymiiathy with tho iittltude and conduct of tho nation's fnrclcn .if-
Put the sugar, chocolate, and whites , .
of eggs Into n lined saucepan, and - .,
whisk them together till very sun.
Cut each of the almonds Into thrco
nieces: warm them slightly In tho
men. mid Btlr them Into tho saucepan
with tho other lugicdlcnts. Add va
nilla essence, let all get thoroughly
hot, when turn Into a tin which has
SOME PARIS WHISPERS
lints of taffeta.
A plentiful use of ribbon velvet.
Many tallmed lostiiuies of whlto
Afternoon dresses of white velvet.
Itoinid, llounceil skirls.
Shot elets as well ns shot silks.
Trimmings of filuge.
H.ikIii'S of livid color on gowns.
I'etllcoals of fii'po do chine.
Tnilm iil i iikIiiiih.m .if ifiiiv lii-imil.
"' Tho lety lllmy, cobwelibj-meshed cloth.
of irilu Keelll fllllln Knrllllllke. nnd these Linn. uI..wm m u,.1t ny ulmrt ff,ul.
Tho most Interesting piece of lace
nindn by the girls of tho Industrial
Home and thcro nro many Is copied
rrom tin nllnr cloth used by Poe Uo
XIII, the Bamplo being sent heio by
r Sister In llnmo to tho Kallhl Home
It Is of oxqulslto design nnd tho woik
manKhlp Is worthy of siieclal nolo.
Tho girls also are taught to weiivo
hats, mats and baskets. Tho latter,
sultnble for wasto paper receptacles,
nro particularly atlractlo. Tho rag
carpet loom, tho only nno known In
exist In tho Territory, Is kept busy
tlieso dnjs many otdeis having been
taken In advance.
If men In general would licit air
their gilovancos at home, and keep
their depressions to themselves when
In tho family clrclo llfo wopld move
easily on; their hoalth would bo llim
er, and dlscoiiingcment would not
miilio Inroads 011 their vitality A man
who would scorn to bo cowardly In
llio faro of llio enemy, Is often 11 cow-
It Is not piohablc that a gieat many
women will care to wear fringed ells,
but their newness ami iinliiuenesR
been greased with almond oil, Smooth will very likely appeal to the woman
over with a knife dlpix'd In hot water. In search of something dllfeieiit. In
and when nearly set. cut In squares , Ha0 c1liS ,,,,, u,1h wt,, ,,
and pile In fancy dishes. design omitted wheie the veil Ills over
Raspberry Caramels. n,,. race anil this at least has a cor-
Put olio pound or loaf sugar Into a (11 ,.ninion sense point to commend
saucepan with half a teacup of water. t fnr t B mm.j. !,. djlng to the
nnd lei 11 uissimo, aiiii io ihhu t.ycs,
spoons of cream; one-nair ounco
butter, and 11 heaiied tablespoon
honey. Ilrlng nil to Polling punt over aro usually quite becoming. The line, louable.
a slow (Ire. Now boll rapidly Tor closcly-wmcn ones aio xerv pretty. ' Many hats trimmed with roses,
twenty minutes, then, drop 11 little or Sometimes they halo chenille dots to White iiioiioii'lliie flehun on taffeta
tho mixture Into cold water; If It be- mry tho inotouj of the weaie, nnd tho gown.
comes hard and brittle It Is dono. Ue- dot may bo n tiny, plnllke affair, or,
move from fire, and when cool, stir In one the size of jour little tlngerii.til.
an ounce of iiispbcrry Jelly (or strain- Hlnck laco veils with flower do- NEW COTTON CORDUROY
cd Julco of raspberry Jam will do signs are very dainty. The back -
equall well). If not sulUclcntly pink ground Is usually initio lllmy nnd So iu.iu women like the velvet flii
111I1I a few drops of carmine, and Kiur sheer, with tho floral design standing R., midlines that they will iloiibt
out u I f 1 a buttered tin When nearly nut moro boldly. Filet luce elbi me ,.HS . K, H,.,. Hie same weave In
set, maik in squares with tho back of nlso now and fashionable. troduied Into the uitoln fabrics
a knlfo. Theso can leadlly bo broken liliick vcilu lire most in evidence 'pi,,, I1(.tt Spilug cotton corduroys
aiart when hard. and most women seems 10 piefer llieiu much lesi'inble the leliet ones, though
Walnut Roll. to those or color ,(y m not, or iiiurse, the samn
Shell and skin twenty ounces of And did 3011 know that ion could hiilllanl finish Tln-ie l.i the same
walnuts, and two ounces or llrazll Judge the lieconilngness of a icll by cord-like weave, however, nnd tlinil"rp ,''k"K. nl' Btltched on without
nuts, and clinii together finely Put trying tho meshes out your uiiiis, (lliou (onlinois will doubtless prmo inlness. In pieclsely tho samo man
one ipound of Icing sugar Into 11 bisln, JiiBt abovn tho wrist? ,, K, fr hard seiileo us the other "nr aio inado up the less exiwnslva
add n.irt or tho wh to of onn ecc and ininiliers or the conlurov fain rt coiiweimy liemcoais or siik muslin in
11 llttlo water, and stir thoroughly Dr. McCoy Is expected hick from And being or cotton, and nothing to llaln coloring or with pink tints
Put In pail or the nuts, then more Hawaii tomorrow, when he will bring I
Unless all of our petllcnits are ex
ceedingly scant and of soft material,
the new spring suit or frock will not
look well or feel comfortable, for de
spite the reports from some quarters
that fklrls ale getting wider, the hest
models from the most excluslie hous
es arc barely n nrd wide about the
leel. That proles conclusively that
the petticoats made a 3ear ago must
lie put aside until fashions halo un
dergone 11 radical change. Ami that
change Is not In sight.
ICvery spring s-ttlcoat Ills snugly
about the hips and Is without on Iota
nt riillncss at the back, where In times
prist 11 lew Inches or extra, material
weie almost certain to bo round
Among the new models, the mentalities
liudoiiblcdly hold sway since that ma
terial Is so sort or texture that II may
be rolled Into a mere wad without pro
ducing wrinkles, and It wears quite ns
long ns many or Ihc silken fabrics of
far lieai lor weave. Theso messallue
IH-ttlcoats, which como In all the plain
or white ln' stllx'd with blue, mauve,
gieen, purple or canary, are cut with
11 hip-deep oke attachcHl to a plain
baud. Wide enough to cover the boot
lops or with n lop coniHised or five
narrow, sharply tailored widths bor
dered with a cluster of narrow tucks.
with a hordciing of contrasting shade
or with 11 very scant ruffle. On some
or them Is a hem, finished or exceed
ingly finely plaited flouncing, edged
with an Inch and 11 half ruffle, a scart
flounce with bias bands put on In sue-1
ccsnlie rows or a narrow flounce coin
K)sed of three Joining scant ruffles,
each one slightly oierlapplng tho oth
er anil stitched flatly to Its top.
Krlngo, too, Is used' as a bordering
and Is escclnlly cITectlio when put
iism the hem or the petticoat Intend
ed for use beneath a skirt that is
slashed at one side or slightly opened
Iteally practlcil 1110 tho iwttlco.ilj
of pongee which, If plain, may ho fin
ished with hound scallops or with
graduated narrow bias b.iuds and if
bordered, wllh Its owil trimming
These pongee garments Jauuder per
fectly, look quite as well as llio sim
pler petticoats of niessillno or taffeta.
and women who haio had scleral or
these iiettlcsats declare that "Ihcro'a
ro 'wear-nut' In llielii."
Chiffon cloth may seem to be 1111 all
surdly filmy fabric or which to con
struct 11 iettlco.it, bet chiffon cloth
watdics wondct fully and wears Inter
minably and, moreover, It seems to bo
about the 011I.1 fabric thin enough In
look "right" beneat ha flock ot mai
qulsette or luoiissellno do solo. On
these petticoats as well as oil those of
cicpc dc chine aro used quantities or
wide laces, finely plaited and flatly
pressed and set Just below tho knees
onto the under side of the skirl, which
Is cut Into deep battlements at tho
lonor edgo and net wren theso wide
slashes tho pl.iltlngs of lace show.
Com M) white cotton net iiettlconts
aro now Included among tho china
silk, batiste and lawn lingerie gar
ments. These, of course, aro nevor
starched, ;i 1 1 , 1 while perforco cut a trl
lie wider than are the ones ot silk or
satin, still measiiie less Ihan a laid
and a half about the ankles nun lire
guiltless of bouffant trimmings. If
there Is a flounce of alienor laco or nll
ovci embroidery or of dotted St, Call
Swiss It Is or tho scantiest descrli
lion and attached without a top frill
ing but usually the lingerie petticoat
Is decorated with a straight, wide
band or self-material, llnlslied wllh
Do mi) or ou belong to tl om-
pany ot housekeepers who think goo-l
meat must alwas be 11 c-liobe cut?
It me tell ou or a little ecrleico
or mine the other day.
I bought 11 knuckle or veal Tor simp.
It cost 011I1 len lents ami it did not
hale veri mii'di me it mi II Hut there
happened to lie mil) three ople lor
lunili that d.i) I put the meal oier
the lire In enough cold waler In emer
II, with a half onion, sliced, ,1 I111 leaf.
:i stalk of color) and some isirslei. put
the top oil the sit ami simmered II
ste-iillly for two hours. Then I look
out the knuckle, cot the moil from
the bntics, thickened 11 cup or tin
I know It Is the custom to say that
all the good has been cooked out of
the meat Into llio soup and If )oii used
'lie tue.it alone It would bo tasteless.
Hut when von put wllh II some ot tho
slock In which It was cooked (and sea
son this pnqierl)) you gel the Julco of
the 1uo.1t as well as the liber and It Is
ns nutritious as an) boiled meat could
I'nr this )'iu may bti the cheaper
IKirtlmis ot pork, so long as they nro
nut Ion fat Or lr )ou bale had n
roast or pork the left -mem from tills
will answer. If the former nro used,
cut tho ine.it Into cubes cover with 11
cupful of cold water and stew gently
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hrnth win, 11 little butter and ll-ur.luii Hour, or until ine tneai is icuuer.
stlned Him It a tablospo infill or mine-j Set II asbl.- In get cold, remoio tho
ed parsley, seasoned It with salt aiiil'fal inun the top and put away for
wni-'r. mured it oier the meat In a ir)ing Arrange ,1 iitjer 01 uie pom
hot dish and hid as s.uory 11 lunch
eon meal as aiiyino need wish to eat
The rest or the liquor was put aside
I have told )ou this at length be
cause It shows what can tie done wllh
a knuckle ot veal, which Is often
bought for soup audi then thrown aside
when the stoik Is made. Here Is an
other dish I made from mi mup meat.
This time it was the meat which cauiu
with part of 11 shin or beer cost fif
Savory Beef Stew.
Put your shin or beef oier the flu
In Hie bottom of a b'lke-dlnli, nprlnklo
silt and iK'ppcr 011 It and place mer
It a I .'Oct of tart apples which halo
been peeled, cored nnd sliced. Strew
on this a little sugar mid a pinch ot
mace and dot with a few bits of but
ter. Ileieat the alternate U)ers of
meat nnd apples until the dish is full,
making apples the lop la)er Pour
over nil the cupful of gravy, which
should hale been well seasoned and
thickened a trlflo with a loiBKmntiil
of browned flour, nnd put on top a
crust, as described In the preceding
ieclio This pie should hake nearer
In the 'usual amount of cold water )nui"""'e-quirters of an hour than half,
would use when making soup from II
ami with It liaie the icgul.ir bouquet
of soup herbs, union, carrot, a turnip,
sliced, 11 slalk of celer), 11 lew rprlgs
of parsley and pel hups an allspice ami
a couple of cloics, unci let all simmer
tor tin eo hours. Take Irom tho lire
and leaio the melt to get cold In the
stock. The next morning take the
bones out nnd cut off the meat, divid
ing It Into neat pieces with a sharp
knife. Don't chop or grind It Heat
a cupful of the stock, season It well
with salt and pepper and. If It Is lack
ing In rest, udd a llttlo cmloti Juice.
and a tijblcspoonrul of sweet 11111J0r.ini
thynio and Summer savory, mlilced.
t'or inysclf, I ulivays put in the hoi lis.
oven If 1 And the onion Juice Is not
needed. Lot tho giavy simmer lor
lirteeii minutes ntter )ou haio made
these additions, then la) the moat In
It and leaio this to stand at the side
of the (lie, heating through vcr) slow
ly, for half an hour Moio It forward,
thicken the gravy with n llttlo brown
el flour, mid pepper and salt nnd two
tabtesHinfuls 11 f Worcestershire
ciuco, and holt up once before send
ing to table.
This Is as appetizing a stew us I
know and seldom falls to achleie pcq
mid the men should be rather slow.
II Is 1 or) good, especially Tor cold
H )ou use cold 10.1st pirk fallow tho
same process mid have 11 cupful ol
prnjy saied from the roast or inado
from the trimmings.
Lamb Brunswick Stew..
Iluy 11 neck or breast of lamb or any
other part suitable for stewing. Tho
cheap cuts answer the purpoBa qulto
ns well ns tho costlier isirtlons. Put
the meat over the fire with an onion
and a quart of cold water to two
IKiiinds of the meat mid simmer until
lender. Set It nsldo to cool and re
move the fat which rises to the top.
Add then three largo IxitHtocs, par
boiled mid sliced, two cups of canned
coin, drained from the liquor (In sum
mer use the fresh green com, cut frJtu
the cob), a cupful of lima beans, fresh,
canned, or dried nnd soaked, and let
the meat, stock and vegetables cook
together for flltcen minutes. Then
put in Ihe solid contents of a can of
tomatoes, a tcassionfiil of sugar, two
toaspooiiftils of salt, a small onion,
minced, a tnh!csioonful of chopiicd
parsley, a saltspooiiful of pcpiwr mid
stew fifteen minutes more. Add two
tnhlcsKioufuls of flour, rubbed smooth
ularlty If proerly made. Of course1 wllh the same amount of butter, stir
.1011 ran buy flesh meat fur It, but thatlunlll this Is melted nnd blended with
from soup stock nnswers quite ns well, the gnii) It Is icry.ROod.
OF A REPORT
egg, mid so on till nil lugiedleuts me further details of Ihe Inicstlgntimis ho rub
well mixed. Stir In hair a teaspoon has been making in connection Willi whlcli
A Skin uf Beauty Is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'SORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
lUmovaf Tin, rimrli
ritcklei. ilulli I'n'cli
Hl!i ftiiit Min ll"t-,
tn! tvtry blrnil
in bfnutf. uml 1
Imi litod tlif I,
uf In rr'. m
la ac iiarmir. t
la iimiitrrly mi'
fall uf aluiU-11
nanit. tlr. L. A
Sarr aaiil to a
Ulr of II a haul
tun iiMltntl 1
" Aa jrou UJIaa
will uaa ttirio
of almond flavoring, mid turn the mix- tho plaguo outhieiik.
turo which should bo like a liy
liasto onto a well-sugared marble
slab (or back or dish) Knead It well
and shspo lulu 11 roll about three Inch
es thick. Set iislcln Mr twciity-Cnur
Iioiiis till thoroughly dry, then cut In
Put nno IH-111111I of lo.tf sugar Into a
saucepan, with tun tiiblespnons or wa
ter, mid a small piece or bruised gin
ger. Let sugar dissolve slowly and
cnnio to the boll. Stir In rour ounces
or hopey mid boll again far fifteen min
utes. Add a small piece of tint t or tho
sle of a nut and boll mixture until It
will candy when drnppod Into cold wa
ter. Ilemoio tho ginger mid iour onto
u hiitteicd plate, mid when cold lueuk
up Into small li regular pieces,
or these popular hellefa Is substan
tiated by the results or tho extended
series or digestion experiments und
ertaken and Just completed by the
Department Indeed, checso was
found to be very thoroughly digested
ami as easy of digestion as a compar
able amount of meat Supplementing
j Ihe experiments as to the nutritive
Secretary Wilton has Just added' value of cheese, many tests lime been
another bulletin to tho list or mitri-J tn.-ulo In preparing cheeso for the
tlon publications, or so-called "cook '" ''. H'1' purpose being lo suggest
books" Issued by Ihe Department and ,IIhIipk " combinations of such a
widely distributed. The latest ono 11 diameter that cheeso might replaco
on "Cheeso and Its ICconoiulcal I'ses other nitrogenous material and fat
In tho Diet" (Farmers' lliilletln No I when desirable. Tho bulletin dls
4S7). Slnro cheeso Is one of the lin- enssca cheese making, 1 iiiiincratcs tho
porlant agricultural products of the, '"'" common kinds or cheeso used In
United Stales and 11 rood BlulT used 1 Aiiieilcm hciines. gives a row sample.
In larger or smaller ipinnlltlei In bills or fare In which cheeso dishes
nearly eicry American homo, Secre-, "re substituted far 111e.1l, tells how to
tiny Wilson caused 11 study to ,e I make houiemade cheeses, mid Rives tl
made mid has puhlisned the results of rec Ipls for cheese dishes and cheese
tho relative niitrlllie value of cheese , sauces, which are certain tn prmo
mid the ways In whi.di It nuiy bo pre-,t"ry attractive tn American house-
ixirnil f.-ir tlwt tlllilft A 1 1 llf Mini 1 r limiktM WlVOfl
hurl about them, these now Spring which mo a necessity under tho bIiii-I, m greatly liked, there luis been a' Meat Is 11 wholesome staple food
lies m.ii icn easily bo wnshoil.' !" .titcniiiim liousu truck or to wear . w ,i,.S,rca( holier Unit It Is not easily ,wlil'ii we all like, )ct most houso-
digested mid that It Is the cause or .Keepers III 1 lime or uiioiuer are
physiological disturbances Neither1 Interested to know nboiit faods which
4, a, ,., -.. .t, . i. 4, -v ' V 's 5' 'V will take tho place of incut Cheeso
I naturally suggests Itself far Bitch
lies In double or triple clusterings! UKps since It resembles iiient In food
of cltiny or (termini Vnlenclciiiies value unci Is 11 savory food. Ilxporl-
lace 'inrtit and expcilenco luive shown that
Morning house petticoats as well a. It can bo thus used nnd that the dally
tho ones worn for open-air smrls, aio fare nuiy meet all ib'iiiands ns regards
of printed cotton materials- percales. the nourishment It supplies mid at the
seei suckers, loulnrds, guMicts mm same time lie eroiiomical. nils mat-
sateens chiefly 111 stllies uf hill" ter is taken up 111 the bulletin and sug
with white or black, white with gieeu gistlotis made which should help thu
rose, blue, brown, mauvn or black and housewife In planning tier meals,
blown wllh tan or champagne. Tl'iese( The bulletin may be obtained upon
petticoats aio cut with n trlflo 1111110 application to the Secretary of Agrl
riilness than 1110 those or niessallue or, culture
talleta and tow or them have ruMes
will make t In-Ill mm e
1 1 lit 11 I'ler
useful with the matlueo Jacket, mid on thciio
aio used haliil-edglngs or scant nif
You Will Be Satisfied with the
Work of this Laundry
Men and Women's garments laundried
Dry Cleaning by Abadie's French
Ilount ml'. Crrriiii' a Hit laart liatmful i.f U Ilia
lltll.rrii.il.,n.' hur aula l.y all lru-i" anil lanfr
Uuiiila llratvia id Ilia PbitcUn!ira,i;iiaila ana .urua
fiBO.T,HOPIIIS(Ptop13GmlJoneiStretl,ntiKi. of vivid Ameilcan Beauty.
Much black and white.
The new "honey" shade.
Blue and green used together.
Many rich and luiely brown tones,
Deep purple paitlcularly "royal'
sllnnit ulitln lulls hale hl.lflc file
And heio and theie daring touches
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777 ing Styect
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may be gained and skin
troubles overcome 'and
prevented, by the use of
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Ilatk ar ar.a, SOl
The bedroom that Is redolent of
the obl-fashloni'd scene of lavender
suggests refreshment and peace. It Is
not enough to line the wardrobe
similes with laieuder sachets, though
to do so is a step In the right direc
tion Ver) pietty are the hanging
'breeze baskets which every breath
nt air from the outside encourages to
send forth a delicious scent. The
baskets are hung upon ribbon and
slung upon the looking glass or upon
the handle of an csciUtilrt", out of
sight ma be, but not out ot mind.
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