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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918. '
TOQUES OF AMAZING HEIGHT SUCCEED
THE LITTLE SLOUCHED HAT
i 1 luce 9mSSkflmt
Paiim, November 2S.
Till.: height of unme of the newest
toques Is amazing. TheV are
veritable "three deckers," to
quote the laughing words of
an English Admiral. In one sudden
bound the Parlslenncs have, cleared the
pace between the little slouched 1ml
well dragged down over tho ears which
wax Introduced some months ago by
tiplnelly and the mountain high toque
composed of velvet and feathers.
II l.i now In Paris a question of
height and yet again hclKht. In some
cases the new toques aro In themselves
extremely high: on other models the
appearance of height Is given by manses
of velvet or hittln bows and tall, up
standing feathers or mounts. At nil
times, and in nil the beet millinery
studios, the three decker toque Is ob
Some of the most attractive new
models are covered, so far as the up
turned brims arc concerned, with brelt
achwunz, and thou trimmed with high
mounts or with clusters of ostrich
feathers. In Paris they are now using i
a good deal of artificial brcltschwanz, j
especially for millinery purpose. This '
beautiful fur has been very skilfully j
Imitated and the genuine article Is so
expensive that there Is n inn on the
At the came time it must be admitted j
that an expert can always tell the real ;
from the sham, however finely finished ;
the latter may be. There Is a curious .
satin surface on real hreltschwanz I
which defies Imitation, and it It is just
this peculiar gleam which makes the
fur so becoming and so attractive.
Another millinery novelty of the pres
ent season Is the small cavalier shape
which has the right side of the brim
abruptly turned up. As a rule this
turn up appears on the left side of a
hat, but Fashion has decreed that we
are to reverse the ordinary this winter.
Almost all the new toques and hats are
tilted up on the rlght side and pulled
down over the left ear. This gives a
curious and unexpected appearance to
The cavalier shape Is (.pectally
romlng to French women. Cccllo Sorel
has made a specialty of it and Mme.
Rejane has lately taken to wearing
cavalier hats of a pronounced order.
For this style of bat a rather elaborate
costume Is necessary: at least a cos
tume "which In some way recalls "le
The favorite trimming for these
charming hats Is a single ostrich feather
of considerable height. Now that
aigrettes have been thrust out of fash
ion by humane women we find hand
some ostrich feathers again popular.
And this Is good news. There Is nothing
prettier, nor more decorative, than a
really handsome ostrich feather 'which
circles the crown of a hat and falls over
the brim slightly at one side. Vtrot
has been using a great many feathers
on recent models and so has Curlier.
There Is a peculiar shade of brick
red which Is far removed from the
ubiquitous tango shade, but nexcrtho-
less recalls It. This color in an nbso
lute rage In Paris. It Is successfully
combined on hats and toques with
skunk and with table and In the new
Ilk beavers it Is exceedingly attrac
tive. This peculiar shade Is to he seen
In the heart of certain chrysanthe
mums and It la at Its best when ex
ploited In conjunction with those big
flowers. Golden brown chrysanthe
mums are very much used on beaver
and fur toques, and In pure whlto these
curiously decorative tlowers aro Intro
duced on picturesque collars made of
white fox or ermine.
Three Decker Headgear Turned Out by the Best Studios in
Paris Additional Elevation Given by Mounts and Bows
Small Cavalier Shapes Another Favorite Model
order of things lias made many women
of uncertain ugo look years younger
than formerly. The dress of to-day Is
very evenly distributed over the figure.
There Is no special tightness anywhere, i
unless at the feet, and this latter'
tightness Is u deception, for all the new
gowns have plenty of material at the I
hem, only It Is skilful!, draped to give
un Impression of exaggerated tightness
ubout the, feet.
Ah 1 have said, the modern costume
It draped and folded about tho figure
In a natural and very picturesque way.
No particular polr.t Is accentuated;
the bust glides Into the waist and the
waist into the hips. All the curves uro
een and gentle. Even u very stout
woman can be made to look compara
tively slptidcr if a real dress artist
takes her rase In hand.
SIMPLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
A new Paris model. One of ihe newest velvet toques trimmed with a crown of small black mounts.
All the newest millinery Mowers, or
almost nil, aro of tho obviously con
ventional type. That I to say they
bear no resemblance whatever to na
ture. It Is an Interesting fact that the
Parisian milliners distinguish between
summer and winter fashlgns In this
way. In bummer tho correct thing Is
to have flowers, especially mes, which
Imitate nature as closely ns possible;
In winter the really correct tlower for
hat decoration Is that made of ribbon
or velvet, with a diamond heart or with
diamond vclnlngs to tho petals; for ex
ample, a big black poppy made fit vel
vet, with pistils of powdered diamante,
or a camellia made of faded purple
velvet, with the soft petals veined witlift musl.n and with this Ins -be
rows of fine paMe. and In tho heart nCicctly Miiacks her rlii nfs f.ice,
purple amethyst, or y t again, a dark
red velvet lose surrounded b preen
camellia leaves. Some of then- con
ventional (lowers are very beautiful;
almost all are decorative and suitable,
for wearing with picturesque evening
In Paris there Is a clever woman
who Is at this moment making a con
siderable fortune by smacking the faces
CHKISTMAS comes on apace, and
tho usual question confronts every
woman: "What shall I give my
friends this year?" If tlio outlay cannot
be very much, then It is a good Idea to
make Homo useful tilth) thing to serve
as a gift
.Something thai a woman who enter
tains will appteciatn is a bridge set It
consists of a table cover and four small
napkins Huy two yards of a dolicatc
shad? of green linen one yard wide, cut
oft a square one yard Hml hemstitch It
all around The hem should be tilxait
one inch wide when finished. Then in
each corner embroider in cross-stitch
tin four suits of plaving cards, tho club
and tho spade in black cotton and the
heart and the diamond in red. Iho ro
cipient's monogram should be done in
the centre, either In green or ted and
Cut tho second yard of linen in four
for the napkins. Hemstitch them and on
each embroider a pluying curd in one
coi ner and in the nppo-ite corner a small
monogram. The patterns and embroidery
cotton may be ptnrh.ped at any fancy
work hop. The materials will rot about
; CO and the set when finished will be
I worth J'.'."' .it 1-n-t that i what they sell
for in one noveiiy hiiop
.Something very personal is a set of
bath bigs. They are simple to make
inil i-OHl' alxiut M Purchase one pound
if oatmeal, one pound of Flotontine orris
root and a quarter if a pound of some
good oap powder put all in a largo lx
jand mix thoroughly Make fifty bugs
'two inches wpwre of plain while cheose
I cloth, put a spoonful of the mixture, in
each and sew them across the top I'.'lcU
'them in a holly mmr !si tie with red
! ribbon and you have something that will
i useful for llf'y days in the ensuing
year, as one bag dropped into a Kith
perfumes anil softens tne water
Another gift equally personal i nn
unden est made of crepo do chine One
yard and a qiurter of a good quality of
crepe, the same quantity of beading and
a little more narrow ribbon are required.
Cut tho ve-t straight, hem on tho bottom,
put the leading aeros the top and run
the nliUm through it Th"te is ii"thi!ig
over the shoulders and if the ribbon i-
dniwn tightly it mike- a de-ir.ible vest
for wear with a low gown
And speaking of low gowns, something
pretty and useful i- a puff for powdering
tho back of the neck A single slipper
tree, a half vard of niiim -r l ribbon
and a large downy puff make a gift that
ills, nil women nret nliu very iw linve ever
beird of Faint the simper tree white
, i anu ii win i.iKe inree i-imi oi a goon
he , .. ..... ,,
enamel .iioi lencivo lie' lll'ie lianuie
from the pu'T and slip the lull end of the
tree in the opening made for dm handle
C. C. SHAYNE & CO.
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
Strictly Reliable Furs
Offer for the Holidays
A very large and fine assortment
of Coats, Wraps, Stoles and Muffs
Suitable for Christmas Gifts
Great care is taken to meet the wants of all customers,
whether they want a costly or moderately priced article.
126 West 42nd St.
NEW YORK CITY
EGG DISHES F0R BREAKFAST.
HUMAfi A. KUIHON upholds the
opinion tecently expressed by
the London iMiiret that Ameri
can breakf.ifts are too heavy and that
the lightest possible meal Is siilllcient
to bejjln the day on. Hut that does not
mean that a person accustomed to eat
ing a hearty breakfast should suddenly
-ii to in. other extieme. Disastrous ef-
llnen towels, some lighter ones for
glasses, n good dish mop and dishcloths.
The dishcloth should bo of strong linen.
Stair craiih is excellent for this purpose,
as It will become soft enough to ha
flexible and Is very durable. Make theso
cloths about ten Inches long, of narrow
crash and hem them to prevent tho
edges from fraying when they are put
through the laiindiy,
First of all, the dishes should be
gathered up ti ml properly scraped, then
feet may follow any sudden cutting off .j f,. moment under the hot water
of meale. This Is the warning given o
the manager or a rest cure where many
nervous mid worn out women go to
build up their health.
"Some women who omit breakfast
may profit by doing so." she said, "but
othtrs with poor circulation or a ten
dency to headache would become seri
oiis.y ill by dropping their morning
nift'ce and cges or tea and toast.
"The American ceicnl Is an excellent
dish for hteakfast. especially fur young
people. It should be varied from day
to day and delicately served. Fruit and
cereals ale Ideal morning foods.
!..,. ..m.i:.,t In any of the n.V waxs
faucet to take off Hie llrst coating of
grcise. Any dishes or knives and forks
used for lish should be carefully wiped
witli paper, as dishcloths are Infected by
Put the dlsln s In hot suds. Vse the
dish mop freely and transfer them to
the other pan to lie rinsed. Let this
second pun be vety large ;un have a
wooden drainer titled In two ln lies from
the bottom, so that the Willing water
poured over the illslvs will drain off
them. This Is the best mid surest way
In washing the silver use a sliver
soap and thus moid the weekly silver
denning day. with the lidded Inducement
Ihe ptocetts it a 4 urious onf
stands over the client and strikes the
skin sideways. With each gentle and
yet firm blow a small portion of the With heavy thread draw the puff tightly
cream oozes out and spreads Itself on around the end of the tree, stitch firmly.
tho skin. The 1 low Itself brings the , wrap the rihlstn around to hide t he sew
blond to the surface and excites the '"K 11,1(1 " 'K,v
muscles. It is not a unices' which i Six sachet-filled with the favorite scent
of pretty women. This Is literally true.
.She has discovered a peculiar cream
which softens and yet tightens tho skin.
She has a small portion of this cream
pressed Into a little bag mado of very
could be attempted by an amateur with
any hope of success, nut several Pari
siennes have declared that they were
Immensely benefited by the treatment,
of the recipient and made, say. in heart
fhapo edged with narrow l.ice would lie
attractivu and they ate always n-efti!
Little lavender silk bags lied with dried
lavender flowers would be appreciated
follow si far us suitability for tin lime j lm (l0 5l'Vor u constantly bright.
of day go". but It must ne remem
bered tbat many cannot eat exgs or
think they cannot which Is about the
same thing. For sueh persons IUh or
meat may be subttluited bacon, ham.
M,,.r. eh'lekin. nreferably broiled. Pan
cakes' are an agreeable breakfast dish
and may be very daintily made.
There are French recipes for cook-
Ing eggs that unite ine.-n wmi .k.-.-
Mes and other food-. niHKing mem e.
........a,- ,.tir.ietlve dishes. Til" Ameri
can conk too nflen iM-raml'les eggs 'iO ' I.TI ' ) people ,i l ot rnnk
da s 111 the year Tile omi'iei, so n- ii noise wneu mey em mis
Mired by the l'ren',1 anil uic n.ni.m i. mi urn lino koou in mi
cook admits of Infinite variety. So in :ei,etie wa mid bod in n hygienic
flit' da the -cramhled egg". If way.' saw- a doctor. 'Silent masti
trouble is taken to add to them. Onion cation has deprived the act of nting of
1 ' '.. t. ..!thmi"h 1 fi lieiilthv lrnsto lli!i! ln.il:e f.tr tntvnrd
miNes uxcciieniiy i" -..-.
. t.. .i.. imi.iw mis.
many amateur nu is
Wash spldeif, poi r.nd kettles separ
ately and with an Iron dishcloth. Pots
and kettles should be washeil Inside and
outside and thoroughly wiped before
being set away. The coffee pot and tea
kettle should lie boiled nut at least one
a week with soda and water to keep
them tastelessly clean.
NOISY EATING HYGIENIC.
i,v.,oli mi 11 h mollis cooked in a fry-
'ng pan with chopped onions combine
with good ellect with hciumbled eggs -the
quantity being three large mush-ronnn-
half a small white onion mi.
four ( gas, if t'le esgs are mixed IUIlU
with a wooden fork and about a tnble-
....otiful of lukewarm water i.ie t.
a gooil ap'ttt mid tine dlsi -ii m
"It I natural to make a noise when
one cat". Try it some time when you
ate In private and see with bow much
mote lm and actual piiMc.il enjoy
ment you tuck away your meal.
"The lutle untrained child enjoys the
candy It sucks audibly and smacks lt
lips over 100 per cent, more than the
se.f-controlled older person who eats
candy with constant care not to niako
especially In ruses where double chins i by any ono with a linen closet Tho dried
were troublesome, I lavender sold on the streets at five conts
An Ideal Christmas Gift For Daughter
The Doll Houin ai It Appein From the Outtldo.
SUNDAY SUN DOLL HOUSE COUPON
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Order (or Canada, European Cauntrie or South America, BO cente extra to rorer poitnae.
I'arctl pott delituriet ouUide of too viilet eubject to parcel pott pottagi rate,
Doll House Department,
The Sunday Sun, 170 Nassau Street, New York City:
Please forward to below address ONE Lcttie Lane's Doll House:
'i Address ;
Repitttnnrei in ehtrkt, pott aRet or eipret money mttna ihnuM be woif pninhle In
'The Kim." When tomr or vned pleate. ernd (Aor o a mil rfrmiMilniffmi.
'pHE accompanying illus
tration really gives
little idea of the beauty and
size of this Doll House, or
of its little mistress, who
goes with it. She is a
jointed bisque doll, and is
in the same proportiop to
the house that grown-ups
are to real houses. This
docs away with that very
common fault in doll
houses and dolls that the
doll is often very much
too large in proportion to
the size of the house which
she is to occupy. The doll
is daintily dressed and
wears a braided straw hat.
The House is 18 inches
wide, and it stands 17
inches high when put up
and pasted according to
the easily followed direc
tions which accompany it.
The front and back of the
house slip on and off so
that the little lady can go
in and out of the rooms.
The furniture is movable
at the will of the owner. In
a word, from the Shasta
daisies on the terrace to
every one of the appropri
ately and variously deco
rated rooms, the house is
all ready for housekeeping.
A limited number of
these Dainty Doll Houses
are available to SUNDAY
SUN readers who follow
the directions on the ac
company ing coupon.
It Is iilte certain that much good
may bo done to the nvcrago complexion
by the application of a Miothlng face
cream fol.owcd l a gentle hut liiMnt
ent tapping witli the corner of a Turk
ish towel. After the ape of 40 or 45
every woman ought to have facial
treatments of one kind or nnothcr at
regular Intervals. At this ago tho skin
begins to fall into lines ntid tho double
chm begins to form. It Is much better
to start facial treatments too early
than to put them off until they aro
obviously needed. In this matter, as
In many others, prevention It very
much better than cure.
Now that corsels, In the ordinary
sense of the word, are no longer worn,
It Is necessary for the average woman
to llnd Komethlng to take their place.
In I'uris tho latest thing is tho wide
band of silk elnntlo which lightly con-
, lines tho waist and bust without com
pressing either. It is curious to noto
how ipilckly our eyes have grown
accustomed to tho Venus do Mill, out-
, Hue. At tho present moment I really
tiellevo that If an hour glass waist
inado lis appearance In tho streets of
l'nriM Its owner would bo mobbed.
In the winter of 1013 we aro nothing
If not exaggeratedly natural, Kmart
women nro now as proud of their large
waists as they used to bo of their
nineteen Inch cornets. How long this
fad will last It Is Impossible to say, but
the fashion has proved no becoming
and comfortablo that It will certainly
last through next spring nnd summer.
Tho new elastic celntures nro very
wide and they are cleverly shaped at
Iho sides to glvo support to tho bust.
They aro held up on tho shoulders
by ribbon strups nnd many fashionable
women have cleverly arranged braces
attached to their klrts In order to
nvold tho necessity of compressing tho
waist by, a baud.
Of course all the newest corsages and
blouses aro run on elastics at the waist.
In tho hand these nttlo garments uecm
shapeless, but on the figure they fall
into beautiful lines and folds. Many
of tho I'arlHiennos remain faithful to
the tricot corset, which Is a model of
comfort; but then tho tricot corset
must havu a few supports, In the fronts
nnd at tho sides. It is to got rid of these
supports that tho ultra-smart women
are taking to broad elastic celntures.
because fashion declares, that the flg-
lire must bo absolutely soft and sup
ple; that it mmi be, In fact, strictly
It U undoubtedly true that thti new
a iMg may bo u--.l and live cent' worth
will till ouo sachet
A dozen or so of home made crullers
wiapped separately in oiled paper and
packed in a dainty Uisket such as can be
puroliased for fioin ten to twenty. live
cents should bo an acceptable! gift for
some friend who lives in a hotel and
doesn't have home cooking, l-'or a bach
elor friend a gift of similar natuio is a
homo made cake clone up in while paper
and placed In a holly trimmed box .Most
men havo a secret sweet tooth and Christ
mas senilis to Ixi the time to havo it tilled
A glass of homo made jelly or orange
marmalade would 1st li-elul as well as
ornamental. Apple jelly and oraugn
marmalado can Is- mado at the holiday
season an well as In tho summer and then
ono can truthfully say on tho little card
of greeting that it was made expressly
lor tlio friend to whom it is. sent.
.Something new and attractive in tho
form of luncheon napkins may bo mado
of one and n half yards of white linen (a
good quality come at "5 conts a yardl
out into six wiuures and bordered with a
pioot Irish edge ufter merely rolling the
edges in tho French manner. Only tho
most exclusive linen shops uro showing
this stylo or napkin. Tlio same kind
with a diet edge would bo even prettier.
l.ittlo hand mado handkerchiefs ot
colored Unci aro a novelty and very
simple to make. Either a wide or a narrow
hem is pretty, and it should bo hem
stitched. They should bo l'.' inches square.
In light pink, palo yellow, or a dolicato
gray tho linen comes in a lino quality
at N."i cents n yard.
Theatro bags made of brocade velvet
in uny of tho new colors, and lined with
a Holt Hilk in a contiustlng color, aro
pciul and pretty ihey aro mado with
a mirror in the bottom, either oblong
or round, and the top has a casing through
which gold ribbon is drawn,
For a niun a pair of silk socks with his
initials done in cross stitch just below
the ribbing should bo an acceptable gift.
Another suggestion in a collar bug ot
An idea coming from a man who Is ft
lover of good books is- Never buy tho
fancy littlo gilt books got out fur holiday
uso; rather gel h standard edition ot
regulation sire and good print .
In giving presents always havo each
packago wrapped alt tactively in white
or green tissue paper or the heavier
holly paper Tho tissue is reallv best,
owing to its Holiness, Hod ribbon is morn
(,'liristmaHlikH for tying, and a prlg of
real holly will be a good finishing touch.
i,i..r .,n,l more delicate than If they
1 o". . , ...... .. , - 'Cho white
are whipped wmi a " ,K. rthe least sound while doing so.
and yellow oi ine is -e.
tlnctly when the fork H used Just sutll
clently to break tho yolk.
"Tomatoes and green peppers, sepa
rately or together, can be us' d with eggs.
r-1 ,.! chicken on toast with a
v"" i',v" .. , ti..ii,.fljniun
poached egg over It ana a .-.
1 ... t anl., I,, ltrcnUfilNt
sauce potireu on i-
dish. . . . ......
"Hggs marquise consist oi mm nnn,
boiled eggs halved lengthwle. lie
move the .Milks and put them through
-...v.. Limn a small onion line and
udd It to two tablespooiifuls of crenm
sauce; season with salt, pepper and a
pinch of nutmeg. .Mia tne egg yum
and mix all well to a paste. Fill the
whites of the eggs, grato over them
some Parmesan cheese and brown m a
"For a Friday breakfast use two
mint es of soaked and boiled salt cod
fish, free from all Imnes; moisten this
with a little cream and let It simmer
down. Scramble four eggs and mix
with the tlsh on slices ot hot buttered
"Sweet omelets are gaining in favor.
All kinds of fruit combined cut In small
bits nnd softened in a saucepan with a
littlo jelly and cordial may be used as a
filling for the omelet; turn on a uoi
platter, sprinkle with powdered sugar;
pour rum over nnd set it blazing beforo
"Mncaroons, broken up with Jam or
Jelly nnd curacoa nnd warmed before
being put In the omelet, make a sweet
that presents n good appearance, the
dish being garnished with little cakes.
"Itollandalse sauce, which Is good
with eggs or for asparagus, cauliflower
and other vegetables, Is made with th
yolks of four eggs, half a pound of but
ter and tho Juice of a lemon. Put these
with butter In a saucepan; stir It until
It thickens, lielng careful not to burn it;
udd thren tablespoonfuls of thick cream
beforo It gets too hot. This snuco Is
good with all boiled fish, but It Is pos
sibly better with eggs than any other
sauce in the list.
"Eggs should always be boiled fresh
In bubbling water which covers them
and should bo timed exactly. Iu too
many of tho hotels they are placed In
somo kind of hot water pan nnd sent to
tho table, the yolks caked and uninvit
ing. There nre silver egg boilers with
timing needles that nllow Tor cooking tit
the table, but they do not always work
".Much can be done to make good the
serious deprivation culture has Imposed
in this matter, Here are some ways
that I Micccst
"Takn j,our scat at the dining tabl
with vlgT and energy. Await your meal
in upright, alett attitude. Hat with ges
tures of crisp and determined charno
ter. Try to get as much tnste ns pos
sible out of every mouthful.
"Watch the languid, uninterested way
most people cut iu cultured oln les nnd
then watch n company of peasants Mt
and you'll see the wrong culture hn
dune our physical nature In the right It
ha done our levthrtlc limine
"II is Interesting to note that there !
a good deal of noise In eating made by
tongues and Hps In cultuied circles In
the Old World, often to a ibcrre that
shocks our American smiidard 'Von
can't taste or enjoy what you eat if
you eat with such gravojnrd silence'
remarked a Frenchman of hlch breed
ing to me.
"I have often ailwscd a patient com
ing to me for advice about n languid
apprtlte to eat nlone and snmckle over
the foed like an untaught child or a d.tv
laborer for a white, jm-t to Irani how
to relish food, then after having learned
to n turn to polite society determined
somehow by attitude of mind and spirit
and energ of pbysicel att hide while at
table to maintain that rcl'sh "
ART OF WASHING DISHES.
HE art of dishwashing has become
almost extinct In this qujck golnn
age, when the only way to do ft
thing is to do it al once and havo It
soon over. Vet real dishwashing Is an
Dishwashing requires two dishpiins,
one In which to wash and the other to
rliue the dishes; an abundance of heavy
Mankind ,;is intended ti.be Nhiipek
lint too lilt, nut too lean 1ml 'Ul the liHipy
medium between the t'o ..wiu.ieirv Am'
addition to this U iiimei eurv I here is
no ren-ou why the people with double
chins, too inutile lio-oin, too genernit
wnl-t lines and hip inea-nrenienl- i annot
ileerea-e their weight and become slim
without the in'cesiiiy of dieting, violent
exer, i-e, or llie danger ot I'l'eoinlnv
wrinkled or llahhv The liiiiioiis M.oniol.i
Prescription i known the woild oven ha
been ued siit'cfs-liulv lit mi many Mom
people that II i h.mlb po-sihle )nii lime
not heard of II ll will l" good news to nu
that tllU ll.llllllcss iilics- lellleilv is iioa
sold in talilei foi in I ai h one ol I he Murinola
1'iesi ription I .thiols c ilii. mi exact
tlcue ot Ihe siime sn'e die, lit' UiiMeitteat
iis Ihe oihruial pre- milieu atel liUe it, ie-
dines hi tl.c ie Hour lit pound or
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