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Jupe-Culotte T)i<Vides Varis
Some of the Great Houses Defend the Fashion,
Others Protest Violently Against It.
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f ti mtmrtent, ? ti ground I
?rr enough te clear the grour
and *?? id?* ??no-.. nforl ? *?? slkhl
, ?? ? ; ? ?? only "??m
of ii'K .??? or ?? ding
,y. .,-. .on. ?- itume ? mblnes i
i cl the trouser akl
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? 1 fashion; ai
?er will l t. If demanded, bul pre
m - t on the | round ?.
i the pri
I fact, no! one of th>
nOt-*d it . ? ?.?
I . ? i of 1 ilotte
J- ted 1 \
letrl tant trousered
I s II ling b) gone
I-- ?les "f
/ folks, : . ?
I- ... ovelty.
/ ? and "genteel"
I i ?? atlon "?i gra ? -
f I g Hi best, the
I. te of the twt ? -
i a period ne?
? ?.. - of lor
rem i nk ? ty "f touch In th? del
of th< a'orkers nev? I seen
lent. Ra? -
ty the gowi v> n i R<
; ? well expn i thl nicety of touch i
und ths ?master!) art nf expressing hf
? lot?tes the words of the soul. The woman
the actress personifies is p siranpe rreat
ut'o whOSS dinner go**.n In the first art
seems violently exaggerated In the rich
n-s?. of the materials. The long train, the
, corsage and sleeves are of pold tulle shin
inp through the ?vide gamut of colors of
i ho ?gplettdM Persian emhrolderles that
COtref 'he ???-?Id A wide tablier of "lam?*
??lor" pleams richly thiou?'li the ro?se col
' ?red transparency that veil? It. and at one
? siil?-. Tvhere it meets the edge of the train.
, It la looped up ever so little, revealing one
i slim ankle and foot, silk ?Mad. in gold shoe?,
?Mg buckled and red heeled.
Youth ?and simplicity ?are rharmingly ex?
pressed in a little roftume ?vorn hy Mile.
?Sylvie, of hoft white wool finely stripe?!
with Hark. Hose colored embroldcrlf g
touch the white co'-er.pe under n smart
: He I?. Wo jacket The tailored street
?o?iumo of en nflower blue silk r?Plin she
a oar-? In a later n<-t ?SUgg-OatS the ?Spring
lime m its ?color and Us pretty sleeve frills
ami jabot of white Alen?on lace fallm
over on to une side ?of the coat. Above the
'?? ? frills ihr three-ipiarter sleeves turn
;? m wide v?-|iiarc ?i.ffs tiralde?! In the
.' ? lovi y blue: the ?sama l?r.il?l trims
'-.? elaborately the ham ?of the short coat,
?and shapes a s_g?tnch ?hand set above the
h? in. a. ross the side ami ?bat k ?breadths of
?- ?ant ->;nrf skin Passementerie hot?
tons trim the <?nat. -rlosmp it below the
lace rever ard markln- a line from ghoul?
. ? ?- to let (mi one side only, This sinpie
lace frii:, er Jabot? allowed to fail, or turn
over, ?.' one ?Side of a ???rsape ?ir of a mat,
?:- a pretty feature of the latest fashions
Mti? ?R?Jane also wears in this play a
, charming aftasnoon gown of tettiK-e preen
?Liberty satin, simply made and trimm-M
only wi*h S wide ?ollar of ?old gold lace;
with t; i?. !.. used a striking? color note of
"ft rense. This iov.*l.v ?soler has ?baeoens
: pular that evoes?* is to bo fear????!. but
for the present it may be enjoyed.
A shut', skirti-il ?ostumo of th?- new soft.
f h -or ? ?la? k taffetas bas its r->un<l m-ekod
corsage hemu.ed with ? erise ?n<i the three
quarter sl?eev?ss trimmed with It. the satin?
color lint i the aheti ?coat, turning bach
Into S narrow collar, and sharp pointed
ri vers hemmed Inch-wide, with Mark
' .-.?tin specJred with tinv gold ?buttons?. The
, accompanying hat of as sore Napoleon
snaps, "t une biaok straw, was edged with
?-rise straw, two inches o?ep. and trimm??!
S ? a swapper how of Mack velvet. The
I parasol of ??rise silk was trimme?! with
: many tinv pinked frills; Its stirk, flatten
inc out to an extreme width as It neared
. the one, was finished with a four?Inch p??ld
band, and the patent leather shoes, tied
wide ?Mack ?ribbon, bad red heels.
Gowns made for the ?summer lime of the
?new changeable and finely strip? ?1 taffeta
are ?belted with a ? ol??r and flnlahed with
? a ?flat rollar and ruffs ?of ??id ?atnbroldered
1 mull. After the fashion <?f the ?early so's
?cliars ar?? fastened at the throat by
- ribbon cravat The shape of the
a ?? ?i Is the simplest ?possible?a skirt
1 lightly -gathered to g round waist belt line
a corsage loosely fitted and with short
i - s'"?vf?s. jf, a r
The "Beauty "Budget
f .... ? ? body woul
once have thoui Trilby. S
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f ?? . Tot. i my air
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the fool ' ' -
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: to sing 1
ow far th<
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Trn<?. th??rp Is 01
* ? ? ? ' declar?
? e us our ? ? odlata
? ?- ,,t?' nd< 'i a m
' ind a i ' ? - tust Is s
ry for lei I I i I *>
? ?and toe nalli
! ' thought oa. liofi*?i >
? - to 1 ? ? ? g Tin
?...',i s snug enough
;. a i ? k - ; : >. > < t not
? .uh for ti.?1 sola
la rast ?h l boni making the
i to? i shtMfld bs round
. ? bonrdnatlon?? i ?
tiful .. : edle The b 11
. i . ? ?. ky
sab? with a foot, and the sbSUrdlty of our
: - ?Sonable footgear is at once apparent.
But tl mosl important part <?f the shoe.
i almost, i?- the heel, it should be low, ex?
| cepl for those brief hours which we spend
>:tiinp ?or ?lanrinp. The latter rxcrclse Is
done s?. much upon the t??os that a higb
heel hsrdly matters then. But for waikmp
? ' loa hoel is ,,n ?essential. For long hours
whether spent In business, shopping or
the ?social round?again the tow heels aie
.', young woman known le tl t Budgel was
the victim of a terrifying ?experience that
lefl her .-. nervous wreck for many month?.
lier wise o|d family physitian ??counselled
westing of a child's heel till she ?was
>n a normal .?fate of !i?-a!t!:. Th*
? of the unnaturally lifted boo] was
too m ??. one a ose nerves w*ere drain?
? i whole system in the effort after re?
? ovei y.
The ms that t? o high ?heel csnnot fail to
?. Brat, calluses on the ?soles of ths
feet, under the Hp t??e. The entire weicht
"f the ?body Is thrown forward upon the
front part of the foot ?somewhat ?beyond the
?ball of the foot, which, of course, is ?Sn?
?? ided to bear s ?good part <>f the weicht.
Add to a high heel a pointed to?\ which
cramps the toes Inside, sod you at once
-, not the hard, outside corn (guita bau
enough In Itself)? bul the dreaded "soft
In ?between lbs toes. These have oc
i nslonally ?demanded the amputation of the
"Can't i do snything to .?-top ths corns
return?" ssker a sufferer of her chiropodist.
"You ?"in." was his unexpected answfr.
"Go without shoes snd stochlngs?It's tn?
He went on. however, to offer some more
a ceptable ?advice. After <l??nouneinp her
high heel and 1"hr, narrow, siiiv ?pointed
t? ?? (he ?referred, of ?course, 10 her shoe,
not h?-r fooo and advising s ?heel one.
third the height that she was wearing, wWa
and fiai, he ?suggested thai a tnin ?padding
of antiseptic gause (bought in roils an
? i.?, i liberally ?powdered with a good
f.?.t ?powder. b< placed between the two
t,. thai wen th< ?alls ?of lbs soft ?corn,
(?sreful obaervsnce ,,f hit rulei urai f- I
lowo.i. in due time, b) 'ho diMppearanee "f
.. , oft i orp
HAthMg, of r ?iit-e. pla' an important
part in th? health of ths foot ?ivory night.
;i? ?well as evei morning, iii* foot should
cnioy s warm ?bath, followsd ?by g moment
under the void water faucet. Then should
con:.' a careful dryinp, orlth a ?soft towel,
;,li(i the sprinkle of powder not ths ordi?
nary talcum, hilt a special fOOl powder.
procurable at any di igflet'a if the day
l.as ?been vary wsanrlng to the i".it, cive it
a ?, ,,ial bath, thus:
1--111 a chcisi'i.lotli bap with bran, using
shout two large bnndfuls <?f ths latter.
Throw i?- i"'" H i"('t ,,a"' of v,,,y war,,??
hut not hot, water, and when the water is
milky let the feel stay in it for five mm
??.?' you win think your feel are ??n sn?
tir,.iv n??w pair. Try thta roctpe, after a
L ,.,.,.,,,,?,.,, affair, in whleh you has?
!, >','.? on the handahahlng committee, Th?
famous toi- ?sxqu.sitc
Court ?'?evening' Gowns
Hat of black tagal bordered with blue velvet snd trimm?d with Vslenciennes
! snd s cluster of roses.
i ?lance that may perhaps follow the rc.-??p.
tion niii nave no terrors for yon.
[ And so much for the feet. Not that ih?
subject la by any means exhausted, but
tho Budget promis"! a last word for any
| read or nor Inteersted ?n the special subject
? of the ??a>. if there i?<- s ais? ?atnnaa
! whoso shoe.? Rive th.o maximum of support
with th?. minimum of compression, bul
mho.-?? soul is sad because her skin is dry,
lot her tak- comfort. Also, let her buy
olive oil and devot* al least two Uve min?
i utos dally to rubbing it OH bar fare, hor
? throat, In her hands, and tip and down her
grms. A purs oil Is not suppo^cfi to in
crease s growth ef hairs.
A peculiarity of gome of the very prettiest
Fren? h lingerie "?us?a of tho season is that
tho tucks aro pul <?n by machine and not
by hr.nd. although th< waists are trimmed
with real la' >? and s bit ot hand embroid?
ery. Tii, reason Is that they aro intended
fin weai. and only machlne?run tucks will
stand th* summer r. sm-t waahernonsan.
"Hand run tucks Tan," said a lover of
fine stitching. "If >"ii l""k at them they
run, ;,n?l the Ano thread necessary for fine
baadw-arh bus no show whatever In a
steam laundry. In my opinion that Is
where these so-calksd hand laundresass send
their work, for n?> two hands could finish
the ?-tiionnt som<- women take home and
return on time The most expensive waist?
I have last no time at all when I am away
for tho rammer unless they are dry
cleaned, and for that tbey have to be sent
to town, and its an expensive propos!?
Linen beads ere the \eiv lafst invention
in the trimming line, while rtlvtng the
effect of the poreelam beads. tb??v are of
feather weight, and so ma*.- he? iiscl nn th?
sheerest materials without making It dta-v
OUI of p?a, r
THE COLLARLESS NECK.
i Women ne loi cer young must take ?ar?
'abo it neariliR COllarlesS frOCkS If their
licks a:e long and SCrSWny th?i must
either havi them massaged between now
?and summer, or rise invest In brussels n?t
SPRING COAT OF SERGE.
This gsrmsnt, with very little decors
tion other thsn ita own beautiful lines, 1a
, of a kind that the wall drasted woman
always appr?ci?tes. It is made entirely
of blue sergs and has large metal but?
ton*. The high waist line, the qrseeful
?collar snd the nsrrow silhouette are
Iftstures that givs it distinction. ?
'giiimres. These sre *>*er*/ sma:t to wear
with any of the jumper ?effects, an-i yzt
."take thf edge off." f-o to ?-peak.
m ? -
?Boms ?pretty new parasols are of ?Slash
? net over while chiffon. One model ha.*: a
series of wide tucks ?of the net extendinp
1 from the rentre to the outer edpe. two of
which have whits beads i-cattrred o?er
thent Velvet parasol.? In ?coronation purple
are very beautiful Man?, of the velvet
paraaols hairs velvet hin?ilc.? In hook form.
! to whi.h aro sided the least touches Of kid
in the :.ime t"iie as a finlshiiiR
EFFECTIVE USE OF CRETONNE.
Cretonne, a material that has greal
possibilities either for good or ill, hsi
' been used successfully on this little Em
! pire frock of fine white French Iswn. A
band of it borders the tunic, snd passing
up over the shoulders gives a continuity
of line that is very attractive. The
, sleeves are rather elaborate affairs of
i lawn and lace, but the simplicity char?
acteristic of the Empire modes is re?
tained in the cj-rdle of cord that marks
A MISSIONARY STORY HOUR
If there aro any persons in New York
who Imagine that < hildnti don't care for
Morios tasty ssJSjat to hav?; bien at the
Madison Avenue I*r, sbyterlan I'hurch yen
terdny aftensOOra, .M"r?> than one thousand
children came fl<?ekln*r to the "Oriental
storv hour." whh h iva? held there in oon
aeetlea srlth the int-rdinominitionui far?
?. i i-11 mi?-lonaiy jubiUir .Mrs. .Sidney < ?ru?
bes*! who planned las starry >,,,..r, bad b>
tended t" have it simply ?i i'M.ri?)r enter,
tainment, but it wa fourni mat .1 parlor
I would be ?piii?' Inad?quat? Illas Qtsabetli
111. snow, of i-'oo-i'how, China, told her t ik'
[audience ol little people stories about chil?
dren m thai country, aad especially about
one Chinese baby whom she bought for ??
cents Miss Hortense M Ling, who was
horn in Japan, told about childhood In that
Flowery Kingdom, and Miss Ifargarel Hu?
man, ?vh?i Is inisHonarv to th?? Philippines,
talked ?i.,, .1 il., Utile brown n ?. - of
tho?.e island- Mi? Lewis H Perrj pre?
sided Mr> M ? Armour, chairman of the
; draw Ing room committee of the |ubl|a> we?
: giiest "f honor, After th? stories th* chll*
j dren looked a? snti? JSV mes* c .1 lot h?, ? n
t the m ? oiiui-i tfdii, wag ?Trag 11 Jspuusee
I LOitumc. ,
THE WORM TURN
One Woman's Revolt Again
"My husband.'" said th? little woman
Pray. '*always conservative in hts ta M?
has alarays resented any innovation In ri
personal appearance He |ust loves me
mv oM ?clothes, an'i i?- ?sad an?i doprassi
f? r davs If, ?yielding to lh< tearful e
treotlss of mv- drsssmskSr, I ?onsont
her mahini my n-sw drees sfter 'his year
?styles, When ws were ?Hist married i pai
In to him and m-eekly kept on wsgrhl
dothes which my ?Mends confidently a
sur?-,I tr,' never ?had any Bty|g to sta
with, or. if they hud. it wag th? ?style ?
several years hark ?However, one da-.
".?.?? forced to ?purchase g drees read
made, ?cut after the ?prevailing ?mods. M
husband lainented, ?hm b] IbS time thr
dress was nom t>? ribbon.? ami was tit f<"
nothin, but the Kg bap lie proteste
airainst my tllargldhlg It on the pror.n
that it wag ths mn.->i l? omln': draag
had ever had. an?l wouldn't I ?get ?tnOtbC
on" juM iik?? It? ?Mace ?then I've been, a
the BSjrtng poos. ',?:i to him.' ?n?i I pet m
elothes to ?pieaec myself, ?knowing, if let
alone, he will some around ,n time.'
' My hair has ?always been rath? r luxurl
cm. and when ?Srst ?married, "f oouras
wore no ?switch or rats of any kind. Bu
stvies in hairdr? .?-sing have been M ?tl
tren-.e thai to look the way other "?vom?:
io??k i f.?it i really ought to wear som
false eurla unless 1 wlsbsd to ?-pen?! at
mv time ?jp ihr hslidrsssai's ?chair whii?
she CUXled and binned the hair whicl
prows on my head. fS?? one d.-.v 1 inv? -tr?
in a s-'-t of ?puffs, ?very simple and van
graceful, end all my ?iriends were channel
at thv> etTort. But Mr. Man wept an?
wmnp his hand-, gg li were, ?voc-feratlnj
that I ?aught ro i o ?ashamed to ?he seen ?t
?another woman.- hair, to ?sail ?andar faim
rolors; that the one t Ing 1?? and ev?srj
other detent man detestad in ?ths womei
th'y can lor '?-a- artill? i.lity. Paint, ?pow?
oer, ?puffi ?and ?pad?dlng?all those belongei
to variety sctresses and the ?ke. [f i
valued bis ?ood opinion in the ?faintest ?1<%
cree for heaven's sake take iff those hoi?
i rtble puffa sad look naturalt"
i -There ?vas ??ni on" thtnp to do to aver
g dornest!? cataclysm; i ?rallntiulsh-ed 11.?*
puffs and no mors vas said about the
?matter. But a few nights afterward I liar
the Dlrken.son pill.- t" dinner; Mr. Man
j had never met them before. You ?remem?
: brr Kate, d-m't you? She disdains corsets,
; lettinp ?her dotbes fail direct from hei
shoulder.?. ..s nature Intended. Her
i fectly straight drab hair she wears in a
coiled knot at the nap>- of h?tr neck. Bbe
III so natural that She's unnatural. ?But Si
! for h??r sister Violit; wsll, she wears aw?
fully gOX d ?Corsets, pulled awfully tlpiit; she
roug-es very artistically, she ?pencils her
syel lows; and she must have spent s fort?
tine on hair. I could t-oo Mr. Man loohing
Club and Social JSotes
Tue Euterpe Club, of which Mrs. Alct?
nous Benin Jamison is president, will piv,
a pfrvot bridge snd euchre on Thursday,
April C at the Waldorf-Astoria. The com*
nilttee in 'have? includes sirs. James hto?
ran, chairasen; Mrs. Frank Parsons Iyar.t,
Mrs. William II. CorMn, Mrs. ?"? ,>r^c A.
Dra:.,l and Mrs. Bars M. Fost? r.
The Km, k'rbn. k?-i-, nepter of the Daugh?
ters "f the American Revolution held their
annual BMetlng and eld ? ofllcers m?
Frid.iy at th.- Waldorf*Astorla. The ofJI?
cari aie Mrs. William R. Stewart, regent;
Mrs. F;mrn Bans h and hire. I.. Curtb
Brsckett, rice?regenta; Mrs. John IT. OH?
bough, treasurer. Mrs lamuel F' Hard,
reconiins seerets y; Miss Grace Osborne,
SMART FROCK OF ECRU TUSSORE.
Ecru tussore i a not in itself a decora?
tivo materia1, but this season many ne v.
! ways of adding to its effectiveness are
' being discovered. The frock shown here
I is a nood example of what Has been ac?
complished in tins way. It has a tunic
simulated by meana of passementerie
a,*,d grelots In it? ovsi rather tryioq, tone,
, bul m the ,-orsar;*- cerise ?s used tinder
I Cluny I?? e. The rotsarie is cut out m a
low square ?/.hielt is filled in with a col?
iLrlei? guitnpe of white dotted net,
We beg to announce that we have
just issued our Spring Quarterly, con?
taining full price-list and presentation
of many new goods; also an article on
Pure Food Products by Dr. Harvey
M. Wiley, chief chemist of the United
States Department of Agriculture.,
Send for copy.
We are making a specialty of Fresh Fruits
and Steamer Baskets at Lowest Prices.
PARK & TILFORD
Fifth Avenue and 2Mfi Street
Fifth Avrnue and 5'?th Street
Hroaiiway and 41st Street
Broadway and B7th Street
Broadway and 101st Street
Columbus Avenue snd 72i Street
Lenox Avenue and I26.th Street
Sixth Arcase seat 9th Street ???
The Famous "DONKEY OIL"
JORDAN'S PERFECTION WAX OIL POLISH
A Fluid Preparation Applied with Cloth
<"!f?ns, Instantly polishes beautifully FLOOEl that liav? Vr,
waxed, v.ii? sh-ii. ?hella.tted or -tallied. Rerl?"js '.u*tr?\ on
Furniture, Plaiioa ami all hardwood and varnished mir?_?i-?s.
Hid -fit. i??, i ? n. - ? ' ? -- naine, brtnsa ?-?'it gram, d ?esa roye '
??..?a.-?? Berma, la not atleky, .d??r; aftl?*J?JS ricane?!
i.,: be uaed Immediately after. You can k?*ip your unu?,- ?pi^k
:,n,| span .'t hardly any eOBt or labor. T< does for v??l?Mirk
i tat natal poUoheo ?in for hn.?s and ?nwr, ', pints, SSai
?7.-- . uarta, Jic ; :.? sal one, #1-j.'>. salios ?ans, $2 OS.
Bold bj D?partm?-nt, Hoaaafaralahlna, Hardware, rain?, r>nic I
and Grocery ?tores, if jour dosier doeeal k? ? p and ?*/?->n't
F. JORDAN, Mfr?, 31 Broadway, N.Y.
?LIBERAI? TKr.ms to dealers.
a! her, and tremMed to h?--ar his rmuattc
comments when the? should have departed.
He was perfectly polite 10 her. Of I our"*ft.
" 'Well,' I Inqui' 1 when we wore turnine
out the lights, 'v. .at di?l you think of
?? 'Kate? he reflected, irrtnkllng n!.
brows. "?Oh, she's the Huir doardy ?me. I
didn't care for her; but i liK*-? the ?ne you
call Violet; she's a stunner, i-n't she?"
"As you may imapinc. there were lots of
' things i forebore saying: but the n^xt
I morning I resurrected the puffs, and they
have stayed i? surre? ted." ,
.corresponding secretary; Mis- Helen M?
Fisher, registrar, snd Mrs. Krank Lroweii.
historian. The members of the gov?
board are airs. Charles F. Terhune. Mrs.
i N Tkylor Phillips, Mrs. J. M. Duncan. Mrs.
: w. D. Beam and Ml? Mythe M. Clover,
IT!-, delegates appoint?.I to r. present the
-. r a! the C? Btlm nl ,1 Congrass
v. i ington are the r i? nt, Mrs. Bt? a'ai t.
;,:"l Mrs. S. T?3 lOT ! I '
Mrs. Bimon Baruch entertained tl ? Llghl
' ;,,,,-,,. Kerry I* ?? Chapter of th? Cblldn n
,.- the American Revolution end th? o*one?
I wall Jactara Chai ter of the Chlldn n oi
,??.. Confederacy on Thun lay afternoon at
the Hotel Belleclalre. The gueel of honor
were Mrs. William Cummlng Btory, Mra.
William Tod Helmuth a-.:.i Mrs. I -' cti
The Mlnervs Hub, of whleh Mrs How?
ard Ma? Nut! i- ff-;-'i-tit. ? ? I Its regu
. ? ?mg , orroa l l ? Waldorf-Ai
(ori | Th c will be meeting at
H ,- ,-in k In the RaM I Ul< eh? K
s ? incheoi ? 'f ? >" th? Astor Oal*
h r-- ar.'l the | | e will ;? II' w St 1
"National Calif? ? I who ettend??d l ?
patriot le meeting of the club on ["needs i st
the Waldorf-Astoria received as souvenirs!
buttons bearing ihe coal of arms of Cali?
fornia. The heraldry ,,f other states was
commented upon bj Mrs Uexand? H
Boom r. Mrs, Clare Driac? ?i B vier n'as
Introduced as tBe patriot who saved the
Alamo Mission for Te: when was
threatened with being turned Into .? resort.
She talked about Texan history, and was
followed by readings by Miss Jennie Mor?
row Long ;in,i some m : Icsl numb? r by the -
Kahn Trio. "The l??-nir\ Bl le I'lic." ?le.li
cai'd t" Mrs. Bevler sa president of tin
Texas club, was - IS I
The Alary Washington Colonial Chapter
of the Daughters ot ti,> American Revolu?
tion always has vary amicable el-*cUon.. as
none of the members are Milling to run
sgainst each other. The following ticket
was accordingly elected artthout oppoal ion
at the las, ti".tine held at the Hotel Buck?
ingham: Miss Mary Van Bure% Vanderpoel
rcRent ; Mr.-. William BrooMeM and Mrs
flamuel Mllfbrd Blatchtord, ri?-*e-r**<gents;
.Mrs ii'"?i;-.' Wllaoa Smith, r******or*dlng s*?cn
[tarry; Miss Arda Bates Rorisoa, correspond
ling secrfetary; Mrs J?Meph c. Wktmer. I
ttreasurer; Mrs. Eugene Prayer, registrar:
Mrs. Charlas Russell Treat, historian; the]
i Rev. Kin st M. stire?. i> n. chaplain;
Mr? Payson Merrill, Mis WIIKam Wood
Ward, Mr- ?ili?er Llv in?s'.-m .ropes. MISS
An*?.? Harris Patteeon and Misa Kathlyn?
Km? ker in.-i-er \'ie|e. members of th? eg*!
Pt Utl? e council
Mrs iicnrv g Lehr, N'" ?Wee! Etth
street, will cv'cnd the hospltallt .,** her?
bom" "n Tnsads te the r-ompan; ad ?arel
extending Mis? t.; i iin.-',??,i Harper's eoorse
of ''Informal Talks on Publl Question*" I
i Mr?. Harr- i-' ibjoi I thll ? ? .. a
"The i Tase si Wcmma
The Prrofesalonal Woman' I sgue grill ]
Five a far? w?ii teatlmonlal )??.? tl n . ??
Tueeday sfternoon al I o'clock al it?, club*
ii'ius' \. ifffi Broadaray, for Mra. C r.
Bolton, ?ho to !? ' ?? shortly for her
Ii"rman,nt home n ? "i li f, >in :.? < >n T
day the I? u le will have Ite art u\
of snehrrt, under the direction of Mrs Fran*
. is porter B Reed
The | -? ,,?* ,! '. .,. | .... ho t-,111 . .,.; ,- ,.
lnternatii'ti.,1 Woman Bull ? tlllance
convention, which |t to !?? | .|,| in g| , ||
helm, Bwedea, from .1 n?- 11 t.? a is 1
Ri \nr..-) Howard Bhaw pr* .1. n| Na?
tional Am 1 lean W? ? n luff? ige ?? ??
dation, l'm: v?vanla; Mis Mai :' 1:1-.
Connecticut; Mrs Frederick Nathan, Neu '
York Mi \i c-i?, i'-i*ii", r. \i
Mr Ml? ? Park? r L? . r, M
M:- Marais Tewasend, Ne? >'??ru \;i
francas Will Callforals Mn Charles
Hoi grd Wlnaloa Mes ? srk; MU J 1
n Rogers, Marysand: Mn Minerva int? 1
Un lUtnola, ai 1 sir lam t 1: i;i, bards,
, Dlstrl? 1 "f Cu| iml la.
! The Nation ti College Equal Suffrage
,. bas ndl d", )?!???! upon 1 rai s ?nta*
;ti\e until ihe president, Mta M Caraj
?| hams returns from Rgj pt
1,..... , , . of a ? ?
P hi ? 1 Mi ? Ball Hart 6? ... 11 '"v Irai
delegate f: m mai ttatB. l'.cdenek
0 When in
Be Sure to See
Linen Store ?
20, 21, Leipziger Street at
OWN MILLS: LANDESHUT, SILESIA ?
ALL HAH* OX ARMS AM? PACB
R E_f< 'VCD.
?time. Jallaa'e spe.
?-.:.?; 1 aa ftnoA tin?
>? -? M y? us- Ko
ell 'r: ? ? poison.
v ita. Tri ?! tr? at
m< ni at ?luce
MMK. ?ItLIW I--? M h tve e>0th St V. \ V.
210 West 77th Street
('.?:u: ?Sehuylar ?, ?,
i-.tts h luvt? New Tor??.
ttS>___l "?xyi: ?or L0W '?""' r ?*?*?
JSfti^J*' "' i ?? ' ''z ! ? ?' ?'*,':? I sttoa?
e^~*&?^ lion? I.? ' i? n ?ke vui Jewelry
NORD. THE JEWELER. 3. WEST ISO sr.
Nathan and Robert Elder I i ?ti eh-asan
trat* ?rnsl d< i? _.?'? - to resent ths ??fen's
; ?a. xe tot \\o\-.ian 8 ?" ? ?? o( ^w yti..
and Miss Mary G. Ha mil ta ? ?ratara il
dol?ate from the National ?Pedef-Aiaa ?'
v ??? ?sa ? i ? Mi-- i-.;.'.i Btokas ?Adassa,
? ? ? i -, ! ? t i ?lira, w.
M iv 1st ???? ? ele? ted d* \* - iti . >'!?? ?
? iiiiu? ?i '?i ?i?. line,
Knie il.orci? \' Ctapter ?Of tlr"' lmr^l'ial
?Order ot the ?Daughters of the Empli?*
? Brltli tatned tin ? Uto : I ?tn?i ?___?.*
i??:-.s <?f tii? (?roquola ?f-hapter ?an ?Mooda?/
ng at the home of the r? sert. Mrs.
Auguai ?a? .i Wltaon, of Wo. ?sis Waal IMth
,\i i ? ?.. ? ?Br ?w ;i. af t he ?Kins.
? ?sara s dam a ?from "''? ?? r
(?mu" and Miss ?Margaret Crawford Urown,
i?? il.e - um , .. ,?.., r. , \, ??.;. rj ?-OHM BcOtCh
dan-cos in full UlShland ?SOS-BOM. Tl.o
? nt cf the order, Mrs. J. Elliot
i. ? ?i iff, t?ii'i ?'liiiut ih?^ ?'fron? thnt ara
made l?y U.r?l? r t?> rats.? fund-1
for .? home for iged British treassa ?iri
ti,? n In ths ?United ?Btataa. Ths ?sMwi hi
the chapter are Mrs, laaoattna J wn.-on,
r? K^fit ; tflai Julta Mclntyra aad Mrs. M.
h. .?-mis >n. \ ?? ? r?-? m-. Mi- .i. Blbart
i v i-.?.. rdlns ? n larjr; IM* l* ''?
Rrckwlth, ?corresponding aecT-tary; Mr.
? s VV. M??n?i. '.'. treasurer, nn,| Mr?, o.
J'. !'?t' ? '
m . and Mi .???' ' Wallach ?save ?* n -
ceptlon ?last 8 ? ng at tbetr haut?,
ht Clement Court, No 9 ?Saat Mth ?StMSt, t>
snnourire ti ? ? ??_ ?i ? bm nl of then- ?iiiugii*
?1er, Miss LHva Wallaeh to ?Harry Jaiop
ton. During <Ue e?ranlag Mist bens Mar?
:.. . ? i? tained th< ? ? >mi sny with -??r.???.-.
M .. ? ?. ... ? :- ? Imltatl n *
??* ;. ; ? - and Mort ?' V7<alla>eh
l v* m ?\ ? I'tt of hjT>notl?9 ?suggastlon?
-??a is ohaoa ?wai i ?? i umst
Pl |n '.''.'? (A'iie?e R|s__ttJ
Mr* Mr ; ke Ms?dd#ra nahe, Mr?1 o-nrp's
C nip-.- (Kate r>??? -c? i ^ \\iu.ni, j.'hn IT,
?auler aad vVIUlam ?iiiiett.? will be tha
of ' ? !>??: tin third ?tamal
lunch* I f?ar ? ol tleal t?,-.i
catloa i to I ?? i?"i i ?<n Tusada].
Acni ?. .?? ths Hotel ?Attar, Ths fern
? f.?: ths '?'-' weahi at '..? Istgw^s
.: i? - .? lecture '?" Tustift?, .
! i??:? - i\\ Ham N ?rinau
Batirte 1 '?..i ? . ? ? .? ?
v ? , by Dr. H imllton
M ? ? i in ?,i To-da?. .
? t ,-. April ?. h; Atn? -i
i;? ? i luci
???; ? ; || r:i __ ) | | ?IsM -
Is" waa the i I l i ?'? i ??i h*r? I
!-..?.? ? 'l'l.. ut?.
i nder the ? ths Imp ?rial ??t?i? r
of the Kl
v,. ,? .;; kan ? to rate ths hit i t,
which legan v\n!i ri...?,. Cartier, ?'l.ti.i
i i.i.ii ?ii La ?Salle and t I
Canada ;?? ?:.? v r... ? . i . g
?in- ??'. ?'. .?i honoi. .H??. ? ? , ? .
' Ir '. i'.ir-'v
.? ? ? ? ('??li'ii.
' tt 4 o'clock. ?Dr. J"tm
w im. is ?Bran ? i ?speak m ' 't ?? (Tama
' n the tlattl? Ax ?in-t
I ?: ? ? ii I .?? .us on
llov ? . i ? , ?[u .
Iren'i Oardi n Mov< i??nt ?long i .?? Linea
?t r:?-.i? u. i ? .:;,i i;,iii, .ti:.m."
For BILIOUSNESS Try
NATURAL M'ESIBNT WATLR.