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GROCERIES GROCERIESWHOLESALE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL RETASLYOU RETAILi RETAILYou
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YOU WILL NOT BE SATISFIED with anything a thing but the thebest thebest thebest
best for your reception dinner or orother other New Year occasion We Wehave Wehave Je Jehave
have selected our stocks with this fact 111 in mind and are fully fullypre fullyprepared fu11yprepared pre prepared ¬
pared to meet the demands denands that will be b 1 made upon us OUR OURPRICES OURPRICES OURPRICES
PRICES ARE ARIRIGHT RIGHT
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Concerning Muffs HuffsThe MuffsThe MuffsThe
The mutt plays such an important part partin partin partin
in this winters dress dre that it i 1 Ie imperative imperativeto ImperaUvto
to devote time Um and attention to choostng choostngnot eboostnlnot ehoostngnot
not only the fur but the shape and style styleTbere styleThere tyle tyleThere
There are some me comparatively small smallmuffs smallmuffs n nmutrs
muffs of fur of the conventional COftftnUonaII shape shapeand shpeand
I and also a but these arc only nIy carried with withthe withthe withthe
the simplest of street gown oC cheviot cheviotand ebevi cheviotand t tand
and serge sergeThe aocaeThe sete seteThe
The muff mutt for af alt8rBOOftS tornoons I Is a most elab elaborate elaborate eIaborate ¬
orate affair and often thera th is only a asmall asmall asmall
small amount of fur used in its construe construetion eotUItruetlon construetion
tion Velvet satin tift silk chiffon lac lace bro brocade brofaM kwocade ¬
cade and cloth all are utilised uttl ed often oftentwo ora oratwo otontwo
two and three are combined A A charm charming cbarmIng charmln ¬
ln ing deafen in brocade i s trimmed with withbands withbands withbands
bands of fur at either ede and the ma material JDterlal material ¬
terial between the fur i Js gathered into intoa
a aorft HoC of rocette of lace and velvet An Another Another kuother ¬
other < lefBn i ta of a a plain pial flat piece of ofbrocade orbrocade ofbrocade
brocade bordered on either edc ed with fur furand furand furand
and wifch wt a bow of lace at one sMe Me in inthe Inthe inthe
the center of which i is a bunch of arti artificial artiftcial arttIdal ¬
tIdal flower flowerOld nowerL nowerLOld flowersOld
Old brocade i fa chosen In preference and andthe andthe andthe
the more unusual the coloring the more moreeffective moreeftective moeeeffective
effective it Is considered consideredBlack coD8lderodBlac consideredBlacksatln
Black Blac Blacksatln satin Un and velvet with fur i Is al always a1wa8 a aways
wa8 ways a good combination one popular pOMIlaraiign de design dosign ¬
sign ha baa band of fur or satin another anothermade aaothermade auothermad
made mad entirely of velvet is trimmed trimmedaround trlmmedaround trimmedaround
around with the fur and hang in a point pointThe OintThe potnLThe >
The ail KIIfur fur muff are large in size Ue e In Infact Infact Infact
fact there i Ii no limit to their size They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are soft > and are made a 811 flat a sa possible possibleThere poaIbleThre possibleThere
There is sometimes an inside muff of ofchiffon otchltron ofchiffon
chiffon and the ur is I fastened to this thisinsfde tb tbinsrde thislnsfde
insfde muff and fall falls flat tinished ao that thatit thatit thatit
it will look well even should it be turned turnedback turnedback turnedbeck
back backEvery beckEvery
backEveryone
Every Everyone one knows how fur is apt to be become be beMma become ¬
come marked if laid away 1wa and an Many Manygirl so > any anygirl anygirl
girl would value a muff or scarf holder holderAa holderAs holderA
Aa A tunch such a rest rost a coat hanger h naer wire wirewill wireill wIrewill
will ill do a all a foundation The end ends must mustcurve mutCUfve mustcurve
curve upward Instead of downward and andthe andtlle andthe
the wire must be covorod with wadillng wadillngsprinkled wlld wadIlngsprinkled ln lnsprlnklod
sprinkled with 1th cgdar c dar chip and lavendar lavendarA la vendar vendarA
A easing e 8InK of ribbon should be drawn drawnover drawnOver drawnover
over the padded portion In shirred effect effectRosettes effectRosettes effectRosettes
Rosettes of the ribbon must flush the theends theends i iends
ends endsAny endsAny
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limited could make a dozen or more of ofthese ofthese
these holden in a short period of time ttmeThese UmeTha timeThnse I
These e hangers would be excellent pres present presents ¬
ent ents to give to friends friendsBeginning trlendsDeogiQilc friendsBeg1nIng
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I On On hi his entering tho houtto the butler butlerinformed buUtrIntormrc1 butirInformed
informed Paul that tho muter and a Mi MiHarries Miss MJAHerrin MissHenie
Harries were In the drawingroom drawingroomthought drawtajrOOmI
I thought w we should sea you tonight tonightClelUutd tonightCSelland tonkhtCIeIIaIUI
ClelUutd said M Mr 1r Clifford la a mocking mockington moeldn moeldntone mockingtone
ton tone as they shook hands handsNaturally bandaNAturally bendsNaturally
Naturally I wanted to tell you of my mygood myIOOd mygood
good fortune seeing t ln5 you are my 111 guard guardturned UfUdIan guardIan
Ian angel replied Paul earelua1r bl blturned heturned
turned to Hagar who looked fronoona to tothe toi tothe
i the other evidently detecting < OUt ring of ofbitterness otbittmea ofbitterness
bitterness in Pptuls ul tone toneWteh ton toneW1ah i
I Wteh rwh me Joy I am engaged to Mar Margaret Marprel Margaret ¬
garet Shenstone he said saidWas saidWas Id
Was Wa it fancy anq or did Hagars face be become bo boeome become ¬
I come paler palerI j
I do wish you Joy JoytEvery iZYe7 Every one fipoak fipoakwell flP8 flP8well tipoabewell
well of Miss M NI Shenctone Shen tone she said after aftera
a moment momentAnd momentAnc1 momentAnd
I And every one must be right I am ampleased ampleased ampleased
pleased with your news Bew said Clifford CliffordPaul CllfrcrdPaul CliffordPaul
Paul turned to Hagar HagarI
I do hope Mr r Clifford will let you oU go goand goand goand
I and see Margaret I am Ifl sure you OU would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be good friends friendsI frleadI
I do not wish It Hagar r to make friend friendwith friendwith fdendwith
with any one at present You are satis satisfled satisfled tJ tJfled
fled with your Ollt life lite my lit daer ho asked askedYes ukedYea askedYee
Yes uncle you are so vary jood ood to tome tome tome
me A moment later aha 6 rose and left leftthe efttbe lftthe
the room roomPaul roomPaul roomPaul
Paul stood up P and faced the master of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the house houseI
I find it very difficult to bury my iy Iden Identity identity Wentity ¬
tity Tonight Rachel Radt 1 FaJk hag ha rteat rteatnixed r rI reco reconized
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Rachel Falv is quite safe Clifford Cliffordreplied CUtlordreplied Cliffordreplied
replied Like most m l of her nation naUoalovetl she sheloves she sheloves
loves money but she will be silent lent if You yotrwish 70Vwth Youwish
wish It ItIn ftIn itIn
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the garments m I could ill spare spuI a aid aidPaul saidPaul ld ldPaul
Paul PaulJust PaulJut PaulJust
Just so Do you mind telling me what whatpassed whatpaned whatpassed
passed between OUr you Mkd csd CttOord CttOordNot CIUdNot d dNot
Not in the least I prefer doing dot SB SBand soY soYand I Iand
and Paul related reJat the oonveraatlosj oollver that tfeathad UMltbad thathad
had taken place in the seminar mmor house houseMr bOUleJrr hoUseMr
Mr Clifford nodded noddedI
I will s Rachel beI She will n bo b silent silentas silentas l1l11tas
as the grave gravePaul IrvcPaul gravePaul
Paul held out his hand handI
I am going now I want to think mat matters uaatteora matters ¬
ters over Good night nightA
A few minutes later Clifford rang the Utabell Utibell thebell
bell and told the butler to tell Mrs Palfc Palfcthat lalkthat alk alkthat
that b b4 wtsh wished to peak to her herVery herVery herVery
Very soon the door was quietly opened openedand openedand ouedand
and the little Jewess Je Jewe with the strongly stronglymarked strong strongmarkHl stronglymarked
marked features entered shutting the thedoor tiledoor thedoor
door behind her herPaul MrPaul herPaul
Paul Clelland tells teU m me you have kncm4 kncm4him kn knbim knw knwhim
him under other circumstances You oe are arenever arenever arenever
never to mention the fact or reveal any anything anythlnlr anything ¬
thing you know about him h said Clif Clifford Otford 011ford ¬
ford in a a ton tone of quiet command commandYou ooDUlUWdY commndYou
You Y ou can trust me 11M sir but its fl flsle a puz puzzle puzale ¬
ale to me why he shouldnt claim that thatmoney thatJIIoney thatmomay
money she answered answeredBecause aaaweredBue answeredftmause
Because it Itwould I would not suit me He TOUT TOUTpoor WUvoorDd wmapoor
I poor voorDd and t T Ifofrtided I6trt tded ded him and I have havetuprk DaYcw haveerkforhlmdo
tuprk w erkforhlmdo erkforhlmdoThe rk for him fe do 40The v j
The woman Arew nearer nRier neaihrHe j jHe I IHeaU
He HeaU tells me be in I going olft to marry Judge JudgeShenstones I IShenstones ISltentOftea
Shenstones daughter daughterHe daughterHe I
He is engaged to her but tutu fee will willnever willDEnr willnever
never iharry her said Mr Clifford CliffordThen CUOa11Tbenthen I
Thenthtft Then Tbenthen then and she topped Axing Axingher xtng xtngher
her eye eyes Inquiringly on bun bunThe bim bimThe himThe I
The engagement la part of my scheme schemeYou 8 schemeYou heme hemeYou
You understand Rachel Falkr FalkrHer hilt Psik11cr i
Her eyes f YU gleamed with satisfaction satisfactionI i iI
I understand and Im glad With Withthese I Ithese Ithese
these words she be crossed the room and m manother hianother i ianother
another moment the door shut but after an h ec ecIn herIn r rIn
In the midst of his hI great eat happiness happinessPaul ha happinessPaul I
Paul forgot asr the days jay went eat en th tho mys mystry myetory I Iterr
try that suf urrounded rounded him almost forgot torcotl forgotIndeed j
indeed l deed that his life was at another anothermans anotherman3
mans 1DIlD disposal d 1 Sometimes ho would wouldvaguely wouldVNUely wouldvpguely I
vaguely wonder when Clifford would wouldwant w wouldwant uld uldwant
want him to set about this work of ofvengeance ofWnCeaB ofvengeance
vengeance WnCeaB and nil bl whole soul shrank shrankfrom shrankfrom bra > k ktrom
from it then he would put Ute thought thoughtfrom t thoughtfrom cnaabttrom
from him himApril himApril himApril
April had come in a week it would be beEaster beEaster beEaster
Easter and the lovers were talking of It ItM Itthey Itas
M they walked up and down the veranda verandaafter verandaafter verandaafter
after dinner one evening Airs 11 Shen Shenstone Shenstone Shenstone ¬
stone had gone upstairs directly after afterdinner aterdinner afterdinner
dinner saying ytnc her head ached and she shewould sh shwoule shewould
would go to bed telling Margaret not to tocome toeome tocome
come upstairs as she hoped hoped to sleep so soPaul I IPaul IPaul
Paul and his bi sweetheart had a delightful delightfulevening d delightfulevening U = httul > Icven1nc
evening For the last half hour they theyhad lheyhad theybad
had been pacing up and down under abel shelter llbelteor abelter ¬
ter yet enjoying the mild spring prID night nightMargaret nI nightMargaret t tMarpr
Margaret Marpr t had wrapped herself In a long longwhite longwhite longwhite
white coat and Dd Paul had donned his hisovercoat biliorrooat hisovercoat
overcoat preparatory to going home homeI borneI
I am glad lad your father will be at home homeat bomeat homeat
I at Easter Im going to ask him to let letme letme letme
me claim you in June August seems a along aIon along
long Ion way off lie said as he 11 looked lookedr lookedtow
tuin tow < r n at her beautiful face that was as asnoble asDoble asnoble
I noble as it was fain fainI fak
1 dont OO > t think my 1Q father will chang changehis 4
his mind he rarely rral does and J think be beobjects heobjects lieobject
objects to very abort engagements After Afterall Aftera1l
all it is not long to August Au uat and we are arevery arcvery arevery
very happy she he said looking at him himwith blmwith himWIth
with a smIle WInner smIleI
I want you Margaret Im sometimes sometimesafraid sometJrnosatrald sometimesafraid
afraid of toeing lo you and I couldnt give glvoy gIveyov
y yov j up > be hofDear ne sajfl sajflDear ltd ltdDear
fDear Dear Paul I dont think you need fear fearthat teRrthat ear earthat
that We love each other too well for forGod forGod forGod
God to let us be parted she answered answeredHe anilwered answerediHe
He looked at her beautiful eyes so full fuHof fuIof fullof
of love and trust trustI
I think you have boV a wonderful faith In InGods InGOds InGods
Gods care he said with a sigh sighOf sighOf sighof
Of course I have hllve8nd and you ou 1 she said saidIn MidIn saIdin
In a questioning tone toneI toneIT
I IT Oh a mans faith Is never never the thesame theame thesame
same as a womans but when I get you youfor youfor youfor
for my very own I shall learn of you youand youand youand
and I am glad lad Easter and your father fatherare fatherare fatherare
are coming comingAt comln comlnAt comingAt
At that moment the ohurch clock struck struckI
10
I must be going olng in I should like to toknow toknow toknow
know if mother has slept Perhaps Hor Hortense BortpJUU Elortense
tense her maid can tell me said Mar Margaret Marpret Margaret
garet pretThen C CTheu
Then m go Good night darling darUngand darlingand
and drawing her into hi his arms arm Paul Paulkissed PaulkIs Paulkissed
kissed kIs ed her passionately passionatelyNow pualonatelyNow passionatelyow
Now ow go in sweetheart or you will willtake wtlltake willtake
take cold the night Is turning chilly
he said as he went down the stops stepson on to tothe toI tothe
I the lawn crossing in the direction of the thedrive thei thedrive
i drive About half way down he paused pausedwhere PftWledi
i where a path branched off finally lead ¬
ing through a gate into Hold across acrosswhich acroliSwhich acrosswhich
which a footpath ran It was a nearer nearerway ncararway nearerway
way to a Castlesteads Ca tlestead8 but Paui seldom ldom ldomuBfd ldomua1d
uwd it it yot this evnnlng he felt strongly
disposed to take the shorter cut cutWhen catWhen outWhen
When he had hatLgone gone some distance he heremembered herememMred heremembered
remembered that the gate would prob probably probablY probably ¬
ably be locked Then he reflected that thathe thathe thatho
he could easily climb the railings The Theto
gates to was locked but Paul was over it in ina Inft ina
a second or two and went quickly for forward forward forward ¬
ward Crofsing three fields field he entered entereda
a wood through which the path ran ranwhen ran ranwben ranwhen
when he came suddenly on a a man and andwoman andwoman andWoman
woman and the words wordsily word wordi wordsAijt
ily i life Is a misery fell cii on his ears earsShenatono8 earll car carmaking
makinG him Pause 85 he recognized Mrs lrsShen MrsShenutonos
Shenatono8 Shen tonos voice voiceEvidently voiceEvIdently voiceEvidently
Evidently ho too t o had been bee recognized recognizedas r o lzed lzedas
as aha laid her handon feer er companions companionsarm
arm and drew him farther into the wood woodbut WOOl WOOlbut Woodbut
but not before PauI bad caught a i glimpse
IJf f her taco that assured him ho wa w we5 not notmistakon notmtatakoJL notmistaken
mistaken mtatakoJLWhat mistakenWhat mistakonWhat
What did it mean mesn7 1 Why W1t was Mrs frs frsl
l SheosUme there when every vwy Il one bflieved bflievedHo brllevedwu hilIevedsilo
silo Ho wa wu in bed Paul ul asked ked hitn himself hlro18lfand himselfAnd alf alfand
and the impression Imp sston that there was MU wa a aystery ater amystery
mystery ystery ter in her life deepened Of late lateshe lateshe lautshe
she had been more sociable and andto nd scorned scornedto se rnld rnldto
to suffe 8ucrele lens s from her nerves and she he bad badnot hadnot badnot
not a 1Uf tin In alluded to Paul Jnrret though thoughHA thou thouhe thoughIto
HA had often ott n been bt u conscious that she he wits wUistudying witsstudying 1i 1iatudylng
studying him while he was talking lJdng to toMargaret toMargaret toMargaret
Margaret All the same he did not die d dUke dl dllike
like her but it was rejHIgnant suaDt to him to toknow toknow toknow
know that Margarets MargarptsmoUler mother was as so socrrtly 10ern1y socrtly
crrtly meeting meeij c a man man in the woods wooo at atnight tnlbt atnight
night Who wk6 wa wu the man IDnf From the theglimpse thecUmpe theglimpse
glimpse Paul had caught of him he heudged heqed heldsed
qed that he was middleaged n cldl aKed and a astranger 11Il astranger
stranger strangerWhile Il strangerWhile tranlJerWblle
While he considered the matter he went wentat wentat wentat
at a quick pace and soon came to where wherethe wherethe wher wherthe
the path divided one portion winding
through the wood past the back of Ca CaUotteads CaI Oaztleeeads
Uotteads and the th other leading Into the
adds fteld that skirted the tb park at Castle Castletfcida Castletllde CasUeit
it tfcida tids Paul turned in this th direction and andvery kmitC7 andvery
very tC7 soon came to the railing that In inclOMd Inclosed
closed the park and a > do climbing ciimbba them he hefnt hawent
went fnt toward the house boWIeA houseAs
As A he entered the butlotsoamg but10r oame toward towardhim towardhiJII towrdhim
him carrying a salver on which a Jettor Jettorrested JettorrW letterrsatI
rested restedj
A groom from tbo Hermitage Hermlt se brought broughtthis brouabtl1 broughtthis
this about half past So sir I did not netknow notmow notknow
know about it until half an hour ago or orI orI
I would have sent it on onPaul onPaul onPaul
Paul raeognisjed the lb handwriting baDdwrsUn of Mr MrClifford MrClifford rr rrC1J
Clifford C1J < onJ and he also saw the th word ur urcent urgent
gent in tlte th the corner cornerWhen cornerWhen cornerWhen
When ITHd see the note I thought It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was no use sending it it M i yon Y U might be
home any minute said the butler apol apologetically apolosetJcaJ1y ape apeogiticafly ¬
ogetically He liked his new master and andwished andwtahed andwished
wished to stand well w 1I with him himIt himIt himit
It doesnt matter Evans Paul re replied repI1ed replied ¬
plied aa he tor tore the envelope open and andread andrMCI endrind
read readMjr
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onehalf of a teaspoonful of soda dis dissolved d1a d1aoIved diisolved ¬
solved in one on teaspoonful of boiling boilingwater bolltncwater boilingwater
water To the creamed cr mecl butter butt and sugar sugaradd sugaradd
add one well wel beaten tee and aDd w wMfcted wh wen wenthe welliniged
Mfcted the creajn CIt Stir In InJ on i1gwi of c cKdedrIainsoquarter
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sioonful ful uI of otttaamon amon 1ItOn and onequar onequarter OMquartel ot qur qurtotS ¬
tel of a a teaapoooful of cloves Un Ltne a aloaf aoaf aloaf
loaf pan with two thicknesses tbf lnteI of paper paperpour 11PWpour paperpour
pour hi the batter dust will a little littlepirwdertd JttUew 1Lt1 1Lt1powdered
powdered w end sugar 8U and bake from one hour hourto houraa hourto
to aa hour and a quarter according acoordtn to tothickness tothickness
thickness in a moderate oven ovenBeef ovenBeet ovenBeet
Beet Canneion with MacaroniMac MacaroniMacaroni KaearonlIAcaronl MacaroniMaoaroni ¬
aroni with tonto sauce uce makes a tasty tastyxaraiBh tutyrnbsh tastygarnish
garnish for beef canooion Boil the thespachettl thespsgbettl
spachettl in salted heel water until tender tenderthen
then drain add to It a good tomato tomatosauce toBtouee tomatocouce
sauce uee and let stand on the aide of the
Are until the sauce is partly absorbed ab
When Whe the cnDt cannelon > 1on is on the hot platter platterpour platterpour platterpour
pour the macaroni round It aDd sprinkle sprinklethickly sprinklethickly kle
thickly with grated cheese and a little littlechopped littlechopped
chopped parsley parsleyUOJJR parsleyIogs Y YnOJM
UOJJR and Hobble Skirts SlclrtKFVam SldrtliIIrca SkirtsPPsa
FVam uw X Nm v Ye YOlk Oloe OloeThe CJ1ek CJ1ekThe QleeThe
The dogs in and about 8bit Boston chase chasewomen eba ebawomen chasewomen
women in hobble skirts on th the theory theoryapparently theoryapparently theoryapparentiy
apparently that they th are some 80m now no va variety variety Variety ¬
riety of game It is fair air to assume that thatBoston LtBoateu thatBoston
Boston dogs are considerably above those thoseof thoseot thoseof
of other cities in intelligence If they are
deceived by the hobble skirt it te scarcely
to be expected that Ute th New York canine caninewill eanlnewin canInewill
will be able to keep his wits about him in InUle inthe j
the emergency of meeting m Un a lady so dis distruised dtsOlsed disgutsed
truised Some precautions should be taken takenby takenby takenby
by the local hobblers of pronounced pronouncedtype probouneedtype prohouncedtype
type for the sake of the dogs as well wellthem8elvea as asthemselves asthemselves
themselves It would hardly to fair to toexecute toexecute toexecute
execute ordinarily fewabiding animals animalssuddenly anima animaudd animalssuddenly
suddenly > udd driven mad by b the slg slglt tlt t of a anew aDeW anew
new and so strangely shaped shap d woman womanTiMte wamanTide womanTe
Tide Te c ea ta h Ute RId omHeHBi u te > faareasc BObstan mbstintitH
Mtg de titH
I CURES FOR SHY AND ANDNERVOUS ANDNERVOUS
N NKEEVOUS
NERVOUS YOUNG WOMEN WOMENFrom VlOMENlr WOMENImm
From tba be PMtoMpWa P Star StocA StarA StarA
A large number of young gfrlp gir declare declarethey deelarQthe3 declarothey
they are so nervous when among atran atrangara strangore tran trangars
gars that their feelings feelln are Ernest un unboarable unboarable unbearable
boarable boarableIf
I If nervous sensitive girls will con concentrate concentrate eoncentrate ¬
centrate their will wills in an endeavor to tocontrol tDcontrol tocontrol
control this trouble it will disappear The Themore Themore Themore
more a girl yields to it the worse ror the thecondition th thcon thecondition
condition conditionThe con conditionThe l Uon Uonhe
The he first effort for a girl so affected affectedto atrectedto affectedto
to make is to realise that she is not notag nota notas
ag a conspicuous oonpl uoul as she thinks Nervous Nervousgirls Nervoualrt Nervousgirls
girls are always self aoltconadoua conscious and fre frequontly ftequontly frequoflty
quontly think themselves the center of ofattention ofattention ofattention
attention when whenotten often they are not no noticad noUool noticod
ticad or would be but slightly did they theyhot thernot theylint
hot attract attention to themselves by bythotr bytbotr bytheir
their peculiar action and awkwardness awkwardnessThe awkwardqeuThe awkwardnessTho
The latter is always part of extreme extremenervousness extremenervoue extmmenervousnso
nervousness nervousnessA nervoue nervoueA
A competent waitress was always aJw un unewy unfIN uny
ewy fIN y when there we guests at the ta table table tabYe ¬
ble Questioning her for the reason of ofher ofher ofher
her evident discomfiture she thought the thestrangers thestran thestrangers
strangers stran noticed her entrances and andexits andexJtII andexits
exits and this thl idea embarrassed her herShe herShe herShe
She was at last convinced that the theguests theauNts theguests
guests probably thought nothing of her herand htrt tierand
and after a few months she be began to torealise toJu toIaUss
t IaUss realise the truth trvth of my statement statelMDl and andaa anda andI
I aa a a a result wM w ws serene and natural naturalIf
If nervous girl girls would feel when whenamong whenamonc whenamong
among their soofcfl so dl equals that they theywere theyWftP theyweri
were unnoticed unnod 1 this shyness would leave leavethera leavetber leavethere
there theraIf thereIf
tberIt
If a girl behaves naturally she he will willhave winhave willhave
have no trouble The matter m tter really re re0oiv reM ccselves
0oiv M selves c itself ito a a arm zm mandate mandate1or mandate1orset For Forget ¬
get yourself And once a girl does doesforget dOtstGrIet doesforget
forget herself she will be happy among amongstrangers amongItran amongstransro
strangers strangersExtreme stransroExtreMe la laExtreme
Extreme nerooaiss aarvonsaosss ervo among young younggtris younggin younggirls
gin may have b its beginning in lack of ofphysical ofphseal ofpbystcsi
physical strength and a d If such is the thecase theeue theease
case they must be fed and mast take takehealthful takehealthfUl takehealthful
healthful exorcise exorciseIt u xorulssIt nlH nlHI
It I t is uMlose to keep away a way from stran strangers atranswteh strangermwhich ¬
gers germwhich swteh which hi the natural Inclination Inclinationof
of nervous person p8111OMto for habits babt l pt of if solitude solitudewill solitudewill
will 111 only make a shy ab girl doubly so soTherefore 18TbOlelere soTherefore
Therefore courage is to be summoned summonedand awamoaedaDd summonedad
and a point made of going to places placeswhere plaCMhere placeswhere
where here there th re are etJaa strange For only onlythen 0IIIyUlen onlythen
then will wihtstrangers strangers cease c to cans terror terrorFADS teI1WFADS terrsaPADS
FADS FOR WOMEN WOMENftwn WOMENOma
ftwn tb the PftMripU lIdIIdItpIdaJly star StorAny starAny
Any woimut who bo understands croobtt croobttfnjj crOClbetme crechetfug
fug ean make e pretty toys to from rom jazi yarm and andworsteds andworetedL andworstode
worsteds A gaybooking aa ball that would wouldgive wouldgtve wouldgive
give a baby or small child muck pleasure pleaaurtis JIeuura
is a straight straI1it place of crocheting sewn sewntogether Mwntopther sewntogether
together to totonD form a ring ringInto ringInto
Into this ring a rubber ball Is slipped slippedand slippedand
and the th ends drawn up with baby ribbon ribbonWhen ribbonWbea ribbonWhets
When sWled lled the ball case cu con be bewashed bewuhecl bewashed
washed and repbued repbuedAttractive replaeedAttncUve repiteedAttractive
Attractive coloring should OuJd be chosen chosenSmall ellSalAH chosenSinai
Small dogs own be covered in t the sane sanefasMoo ametuIdoD samefashion
fashion and a woolen crocheted ed doll te teanother Isasothsr
another asothsrny suggestion suggestionAny fItJoaM
Any M ny small doll may be dressed entirelyin
in I crochet croebetthat that Is the Us bat hat hatetII Ire shoes shoesoven hoe hoeeven
even the tiny tinyI tinyIt handbag handbagIt
It to said sail I that if ifany any fabric t tAn fabrl become becomerain becomessth
rain An spotted the spots can be aaovad by byIroning Inlro byIroning
Ironing lro the material on the wrong aide aideBfectng we weIIactnc sidephicing
Bfectng a U piece of clean while wiatt1tetW meson mesonbetween muslin muslinbetween
1tetW between eft tb u Iron and the garment t to be bepraued beJleaed bepressed
pressed I have never tried the experi experiment expelibelt Jeri JeriJlHWt ¬
belt JlHWt but pa pain on the information tafonaadcmAn informationAn informationAn
An axcluatvelooking set of tor furs an shown shownin abownla shownin
in o OM e shop hop include a hat hat muff 0 and andscarf IUIfIICrl andscarf
scarf in combination of pure white whit 1 t and andJet AdJet andjut
Jet black fox foxTwo foxTwo foxTwo
Two animal enim skies > Idu form the mutt and andare andare andale
are placed side by ride ild the head of otbeI one onebetas ensbeing
betas beI black the tail of thec6el the other blade bladeIn bladLIn blackIn
In the scarf he b blade and White skins skinsmeet s1dnsmeet skinsmeet
meet in the back the black bJaek biackfathg falling over overone overOM overon
one on shoulder and the white Over the oUt other oUtor ¬
er the head and tall arrafistd arrae to ear correspond 0Drrnpoad earrespond ¬
respond with the mutt muttTba mulLTIle muffTb
TIle Tb hat ha baa a white crown and a black blackfur blackCur
fur brim The trunnung II s a white tall tallA taiLnew talLA
A A new idea in tea t code fc a daintily daintilydressed daintilydressed
dressed 1 doll The Tb fwmework Mom ecu to tobe tobe tobe
be shaped on the order oar of a hat rest r or ora oreer ora
a certain eer 1a style of lamp mp shade At t the thetop tbetop thetop
top i Is set an exquisite exqulltl n fleur fleurchina > ur una to rw rwchina no o
china This IsdreMcfln is drel dresesitin ft In a dainty ty frock frockof treekof frockof
of silk mmdtn mInDre Dreafiaa d a china color and anddedgas aDdcIutrinuned anddestgnstrhumed
dedgas cIutrinuned trimmed witk wtUt uIl eWcfturtrtpoed took tookmg lookinl 100klug
mg lug flounce fto neea around U uad the bottom bot las as worn wornin wornm wornIn
in the day dais of crlijpiine eriiline and aaclJl101Iftted aaclJl101IfttedOftf mounted moontedover mountedover
over a China silk Uk slip The frame is ispadded 1paddec Ispadded
padded and to keep ke p the teapot hot the thelady thelady thelady
lady completely covers it itThe itThe ItThe
The very newest skirt II i the aeroplane aeroplanemodel aeropIaoemodel aeroplanemodel
model The spring wit uit will include a askirt ai1kIrt askirt
skirt of this description if one on wishes wteheto waMato wishesto
to appear up to date A person wearing wearingthe weart wearingthe l lthe
the skirt and standing < quite still ap appear ap appears ¬
pears to b b6 dressed in one of the prevail prevailrM PI prevailtht U Utpht
tpht rM stYt s M models but upon invectiga invectigaUon InTeatlptlon investigation
Uon it I is seen that there Is a a deep box boxpeat boxpeat boxpeat
peat panel effect down both back and andfront andfront andfront
front stitched t1t hfd to lounc Iou depth and thor thoroughly tborouch1r thorought
ought preed to hem The sides ido fit fitvery fttvery fitvery
very smoothly over > er the hip bl hips but have havepleat Danple havepleats
pleat tIi let in below U the e knee These T are so sowell sowell sowell
well set et in that they are only visible visiblet vlalblethe visiblethe
t the e wearw wearers movements movementsAluminum movementsAlumlatmt movmnsntsAluminum
Aluminum derive Its name from roan the thaword th9word theword
word alumen given tJt by early ear idealists idealiststo cJwttotgto ltIts ltItsto
to earthly substance su which they could cooklnot couIcInot couldnot
not otherwise Identify Identifyla idenUCyIa IdentityIn
la 100110 fiscal l yoar British India had hada
a revenue from rom opium of StfJ 11 WMP MO lees lewU3SJK 1 1expuHS leesI3Sz
U3SJK expenses or a profit of over overooo
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MORNING CHITCHAT CHITCHATHK CHI1CHATTErH
PrH1 HK laywhosalwaysrightsomehow laywbo alwaIrigl1t5omehow was explaining to us why a aI neertaln aII
TErH II I certain acquaintance of ours who is thoroughly moral a good soodprovider gooda od odprovider
a provider and nd most kindhearted at t bottom should be a source of ofmuch ormuch ofmuch
much unhappiness in his family circle circleItz f fIta IU
Ita U simply because he loves grievances she pointed out He just justenjoys justenjoys Justenjoys
enjoys getting hold of a good grievance and nursing It It Hes always on onthe onthe onthe
the lookout for some way In which he ha has hasboen beon neglected or overioekod overioekodand oorlookedand OVQrlOOkedand
and hes never so happy iapp7 as when he finds llndsIt It t or thinks he doe doeTVhich does dOaLWhJch doesWblch
TVhich WhJch came pretty near being ft very accurate statement of the case caseAnd caaeAnd caseAll
And not only of Jtis case either but of the case of many good goodpeople 1 1people 7 7people
people who 0 cause infinite unhappiness In Just that thatDora way wayDora wayDora
Dora Melogari lelo the lady who wrote the remarkable book I told you youof youor youof
of which Judges all men as Makers of Joy or Sorrow has a very clever clevarchapter clvGTchapter cleverchapter
chapter on grievances grievancesThere grlonnQThere grievancesThere
There are ro certain characters she says who need grievances as asthey asthey aSthey
they do some Indispensable article of food In order to maintain the at attitude att1tude attitude ¬
titude of discontent dt with wl which they torture their family and friends friandaEvidently frlondsBvldently friendsIgvidently
Evidently people in Russia Russin whore Miss Malegarl lives and n people in inowr Inour
our city arent ront so very ery different for all the thousands of miles that aop aoprate 81 81rate aeparate
rate them themGrievances themGrievances themGrievances
Grievances are ro such foolish cruel things They do no one any good goodand goOdand goodand
and they the wound both those who harbor them and those who have bean beanthe beonthe beenthe
the oftentimes unwitting cause of them themA thornA themA
A grievance you know Is an injury Injur or slight or more likely a fan fancied tnncfed tancled ¬
cied Injury or alight tucked away in a cupboard In our heart especially especiallykept e especiallykept peclal1y peclal1ykept
kept for thl thIs kinfi of treasure to develop and ripen When Its ripe Its a agrievance agrlltvnc agr1evanct
grievance grlltvncThere gr1evanctThere grievanceThere
There are two or three ways to avoid grievances grievancesthat that Is if you youreally youreally youreally
really want to Im taking it for granted that you arent tho kind of ofperson ofnorson ofperson
person the ladywhoalwaysknowssomehow lad whoal waysknowssomehow described describedOne descrIbedOne describedOne
One Is to be too busy being happy and useful to have time either to tofind tofind tolind
find or r stow stowaway away any injuries or slights slightsAnother slightsAnother slightsAnother
Another Is to air out that cupboard every once on co In awhile with a adraft adratt adraft
draft of ranknoss Go and tell the friend who has hurt you how you youfeel youfeol youfeel
feel and ask him If he cant explain things and ten to one when you go goback gobeek goback
back to yur yftur grievance cupboard youll find It empty empt for nine oat of ton tongrievances tongrhn1lftce tongrievances
grievances shrivel up at once under this treatment treatmentAnother treatmentAnother treatmentAnother
Another way Is to do something kind for the person perSon who caused the thegrievance thegrievance thegrievance
grievance This is said to have a quite magic effect on emptying that thatcupboard thatoupboard thatcupboard
cupboard cupboardToday oupboardToday cupboardToday
Today is the day before New Years YearsWouldnt YearsWouldnt YearsWouldnt
Wouldnt it be a grand Idea to visit that cupboard In your heart heartwhere heartwbere heartwhere
where the slights and Injuries and fancied slights and injuries aj a stored storedAnd storedawayrlponlng storedaway
awayrlponlng away ripening I Into to grI6 grievances anccs a an just clean ItaIl out thoroughly thoroughlyAnd thoroughlyAnd
And then lest being empty It should get getfih1od Bailed up again with even evenworse evenworso evenworso
worso rubbish rubblshUke like the house houn of the tIle seven devils devIlswhy why wouldnt It be bean bean bean
an even more splendid Idea to fililt tiliP it right up tomorrow with New NewYear NewHTJTH NewYear NewYear
Year ro resolutions olutlons1 HTJTH CAMBEON CAMBRONn
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i UNDERWEAR UNDERWEARFor
For Cold Days DaysWOlUS ays aysWOMENS
WOlUS UNION SUITS jersey fitting ribbed fte fleeced eed high fl flin
in neck lon longleevos eeves RnkJ ankle length buttondownfront style A suIt suitjC suitjCI 50 C
I WOMEN S J JRSEY RSEY RIBBED VESTS tleeecd blench bleached d high highlong
nock ° ° long sleeves ankle length pants to match Pants or vestsJiC vestsJiCWOMENS 8ts 35 C Cor I
WOMENS iIEDILThIWPIGHT VESTS T high g n neck long n sleeves 5 5or
tIa Ek fg
or 8 short sleeves knee or ankle length pants n to o match c Vents or orpants 25c oJ
pan pants pantsI H HN
I First FloorLnderwear Dept
N iIilliZjJi < t t
Some Geril GeniCine ne Bargains BargainsFrom BargainsFrom
From the Local Shops ShopsBy
By DOROTHY 4 VERY HO HOWARD IV ARD
QRDUBOY silk is ODe of the now newfabric nowtab nowfabrics
C COItDUKOY fabric for mens neckwear Jtee ear It ItI
1 i very 1 much neh Mite 1Ur OUt old ac acquaintance acmt1Qee acqualatsisee ¬
quaintance bongaltns or pop poptin poptin p p1Ia
tin bat under w a new naiad na Ties Tl i of oftb otthe ofthe
the tb new material cost only 0ftI Jwrif a adollar adollar adollar
dollar in a a furnishing store in Four Fourteenth 1oarteeath Pourteenth ¬
teenth street street near New York avenue avenueNE avenueO avenueS
S CCC CCCO
NE 2 of the busiest places in town townyesterday townyeatercJa townyinterdy
O yesterday wa was the suit depart department department department ¬
ment of a big shop bop in Market Marketspace Marketspace arKet arKetpace
space near r Eighth Etch lb street Her Herthe H flees fleesthe re rethe
the crowd were so eager to bay the thegarments thegannen thegarments
garments gannen l marked at 1111 HJi that the theextra theextra theextra
extra force of clerk clerks kept over from fromtba fromthe frontthe
the holiday wa w was net enough to serve servethem servethorn or ortit
them tit om Soma very good value in tai tailored tAlIoreel tntbred ¬
bred suits at this price proved the theattraction t1aauraetlon theattraction
attraction and at S15 15 thor there were nu numerous numeroua numorons ¬
morons bargain in silk Uk or nteoaaltna nteoaaltnadrwM anessalinadroinel 1tna 1tnadr
drwM dr reduced from 5 1 or more moreOaOB IIIOC6S moreC moreS
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OaOB Oiit of the newest things In Inshade Inshad inshades
S shade shad for electric lights ar artulip are aretull aretulips
tulip tull in shaded yellow 811ow tone toneor tGn tOnes tOnesGe li lior
or plain colors wfekgi W l sell at atcents
60 cent cents apiece
Sc a aWI
WI 7 you yo have a grouch gr ueh today just jeststop justatop Juststop
111 stop in your walk ak down F street streetIn atleQt1ft
1 In front of a ilorlnts Rorlllt establish establishment ostabltMmeat establishment ¬
ment near Ninth street and andwatrh audwatrh andwaIrk
watrh the halfdozen or moro momI or leas leasit 1eaIt lessit
It it scems > hard to count them tIYAllttl1c tIYAllttl1cJapaDQ tlvrnlittlcJapanese little littleJapauuttg
Japanese waltzing w lUlD mice which are areexhibited aroexhibited arexhlblted
exhibited In the window It will willmake willmake iU iUmake
make you smile lie if you ou have ha Y6 any anysmilo anyaaaU anysmile
smile aaaU in I you to watch the antics of ofthese oruee ofthine
these tiny brown Dl wn and white creatures creaturesm
in m their cage a eg they whirl around aroundand arountlRd nssuudand
and around until they fall from fromaheer fromaheer roan roansheet
aheer exhaustion These make unique uniquepet uniquepeota uniquepets
pet pets for children or crownup as asthey a athey asthey
they are always soodnBtared 8 and andwill 4will andwill
will not bite or scratch even if at attacked attacked attackL ¬
tacked tackedPETTICOATS
S S C C I IgETTICOATS
gETTICOATS ETTICOATS of silk Hk in solid solidcolor solideo solIdcolor
PETTICOATS color eo are priced at SLTS LlI L2b in a awomans awoman aJ
J womans woman shop in Seventh street streetnear stroetnoar streetnear
near D street Another bargain bargainI
I ran across s in the same me shqa sbq dur durray durI
I ray m trip around town yesterday yesterdayi YeSlerdaywi
wi w i a very podlo8kl goodlooking C suit in a adiagonal adtacoal adiagonal
diagonal array and black stripe now nowreduced nowrelueed nowreduced
reduced to 10 10 You will find a numbee number num numher
her of suit suttii marked this low at this thisseason thisHUOIl thisseason
season but they are seldom what hat a agentlewoman ageaUewQ agentlewoman
gentlewoman geaUewQ vut cares to don Owing to totbe tothe tothe
the fact that this I Is the only one of ofthe orthe ofthe
the kind left in stock stock and title a size sizeM
40 you have a chance to pick up a astylish astyllh astylish
stylish looking looklu suit for very vor ery little littlemoney littlemoDeY littlemoney
money moDeYPRETTILY
1 3CC 3CCy1RETTILY C CPRETTILY
y1RETTILY embroidered IfaUe hose hosecot bMeCD8t bonecost
PRETTILY cot X cents a pair at the thehosiery thehoIIIecy
11 hosiery counter of a big shop shopnear shopnear shopnear
near Eleventh leventh and E streets streetsAn str6otsAll streetsa
a ase aseAn
An Enchanted Enohant d Nursery NurseryA Nurs ry ryU
A nursery U described dMCrttNdIn in the current currentissue currantlaMue currentIssue
issue ef e one of the home magazines magazineswould mngazin65would magazineswould
would delight any child and would not notbe notbe notbe
be hard to copy copyThe COPTTho copyTho
Tho dado I 18 a beautiful b utlful soft green greensays SToonys groansays
says ys the writer Hand and on th the upper edge edgewe od edgewe e ee
we e stenciled the figures ftsurdThe ftlurThe figuresThe
The wall above the dade is a deep deepcream deepcreamwhat deepcreamwhat
cream creamwhat what artists call a dark whltet whltetThe whuEC whuECThe whiitd whiitdThe
The quietness of the green and white whitebackground whltobackground whitebackground
background allowed considerable bril brilliancy brUltaaey brilHaney ¬
liancy and variety varlet in the treatment of ofthe oftho ofthe
the figures OL Wo painted them in soft softrods sortrods softrods
rods rods blues greens and yellows mixed mixedand mlxodand mixedand
and seasoned to taste and we 6 kept them themwhat themwhat themwhat
what artists call rather high in key The Theeffect Thoetrect Theeffect
effect of the coloring of the whole room roomis roomIs roomIs
is very harmonious The typ l1Pls s of the fig figure figures 11gurea
ure urea we took from coin the old Yennlel 1 enoiel HIus HIustratlon Ulustratlons lllustrations
tratlon tratlons dear to the heart of o every lover loverof loverof loverof
of Alice AliceFirst AlleeFirat AliceTint
First we have a little Alice iice stooping stoopingdown stooplnsdon stoopIngdown
down to pass through the looking lookingglass lookinggus lookIngglass
glass gus and next Alice again kneeling kneelingwith kne kneelingwith Uns Unswith
with hands outstretched ID surprise at attho attho atthe
tho wonderful things she found ound on the theother theother theother
other side These two flgurns are placed placedone placedone placedone
one on each O ch side of Annes small dross dressing drosslag ¬
ing glass to carry out the idea that thatAlice thl1tAUcc thatAlice
Alice is actually actuH passing through it on onher onber onher
her way to Wonderland Then follow followaround followaround followaround
around the room In group and in pro procession proolon procession ¬
cession tho characters AS they appear appearIn appearIn ppourIn
In the story The knight who slid down downthe downthe downthe
the poker stalking along majestically majesticallyhis maje tlcnIJy tlcnIJyhis
his horses head held proudly and his hisnostrils hisnostrIls hisnostrils
nostrils fairly seeming to sniff nlft the bat battle 1 8t11e battie ¬
tie from afar Near him are a number numberof numberof numberof
of castles walking two by two and form formIng formIng formlug
Ing an escort for the reJ re king and queen queenwho queenwbo queenwho
who are In earnest conversation with the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white queen She She poor thing appears appearssadly appearsadly appearssadly
sadly in need of Alices tender ministra ministrations ministrations ministrations ¬
tions as I am sorry to say she Is far farfrom tartrom farfrom
from tidy her sad little crown being all allawry 1111awry allawry
awry nnd her hoopsklrt showing In a de deporable deporable doparable
porable manner mannerThe mannerThe mannerThe
The walrus w ilrus and the carpenter we westill wesUlt westill
still find walking near at hand with withthe withbrave withthe
the brave little foolish little oysters oysterswaiting oysterswaiting oysterswaiting
waiting in a row entirely oblivious of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the terrible fate In store for fa them The Thedear Thedear Thedear
dear old Jabbewock appears as an at affable atCable atfable ¬
fable neardinosaur1 R a stylish cut cutaway cutaway cutaway
away coat and monocle his tall neatly neatlytied nentlytied neatlytied
tied pretzelwlse There are tweedle tweedledum tweedledum tweedledum ¬
dum and tweedledee round roLtnd and cheer cheerful cheerful cheerUI ¬
ful ful UI and the lion and the unicorn who whoseem whoseem whoseem
seem to be holding nmaJble converse conversewhether conversewhether conversewhether
whether about the cake or the fight for forthe forthe forthe
the crown it would bo difficult to deter determine determlnu determine ¬
mine All the looklngslasa characters charactersare
are on two sides of the room On the theother thcothor theother
other walls appear Wonderland charac characters characters charactore ¬
ters starting starttn with the rabbit who was wasAlices was wasAlices
Alices guide through that t1 t realm of en enchantment enchuntment ¬
chantment
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HANDSOME lot which includes includesa fneJC1 s sa
A a boa and large muff of French Frenchmarabou Pr Frenchmarabou nch nchmarabou
marabou and oetrloh feathers feathersis
is marked now at WJ 1S in a areadytowear areadytowear areadytowear
readytowear shj avp p in 6 I street streetbetween lItroetbetween streetbetween
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets streetst streetsHOLESALE meetsWHOLESALE streetsCs
t Cs Csy
y j 7HOLESALE HOLESALE slaughter of prices pricesis pricesVv
WHOLESALE Vv is the rule Ie in force now in Inwomans a awomans awomans
womans shop hop in G street streetnear streetn9f1r streetnear
near Eleventh street As a aresult aresult aresult
result of an advertisement to this of effect ofteet offeet ¬
feet the suit department on the sec second MO MOond seeend ¬
ond floor was yesterday thronged throngedwith t rO throngedwith lltd lltdwith
with women shopper who not only onlycame onlycame onlycaine
came to price but to buy became of ofthe oCtlte ofthe
the satisfactory values found here hareI t tI
I can speak sp ak from experetenca because becauseafter becauacafter becauseafter
after hunting all over town with 1th a afriend afriend afriend
friend who wanted something nobby nobbyin
in a suit we bought it here It Itwasnt Itwasnt Itwasnt
wasnt such a cheap suit ultat at least 1 not notthe nottbe notthe
the price for she paid S5 31 for it Ubnt UbntIt ut utit
it wa wu the kind of suit that you dont dontsee dentS80 dontsee
see often Usually such uch a fabric C is isfound IIIfound Isfound
found only in a bitchclass tailoring tailoringestablishment taJIorIne tailoringestablishment
establishment e and has been imported importedfrom Importedfrom Importedfrom
from England It was a stYl stylish mix mixture mIxwre mixnrc ¬
ture nrc in tan cheviot with 1th several col colored colored cciored ¬
ored thread woven in to give It Itsomowbat a asomewhat asomewhat
somewhat rough rou h appearance not notshaggy notsbassy notshaggy
shaggy like sogw lI t1e of this seasons seasonsweaves HaMftSw seasonsweaves
weaves w aVeli but conforming to the de demand de demand tiemand ¬
mand for or material not smooth in fin finish InIsh finfeb ¬
ish The color make it one on acttalrle acttalrlefor soltndefor e efor
for spring springVENING sprinGEVENING
5 VENING slippers > of satin in incolors inpink inL
EVENING L pink blues whtt whites and other othercolors tiNr tiNrcolors
colors colorskid With black or colored oeIoNdkid coloredkid
kid slippers which sell regu regularly resularly regularly ¬
larly at 52JO 2JO and 150 150 a a pair p tr are new newmarked BOWmarked nowmarked
marked 1SIi lL L In a big sfao sbot store in inSeventh InSoenth InSeventh
Seventh gtreet treet near K KEE KII Ka
II IITIlE S SC SCT
T tU EE proprietor of a a store In SoY Seventh S Senth SoYentli ¬
TIlE enth street near New York ave aveJiue ave avenue ayeL
L Jiue nue told me Friday that it bad badbeen hadbeen hellbeen
been almost impossible to han handle handle handie ¬
dle the people peoplebo s ho had ha4 frequented his blsstore hi histore hisstore
store for or the past few days baying bayingthe bu1tngthe buyingthe
the furniture which was damaged dama3 in intbe Intbe Inthe
tbe recent ftr lire that gutted the ho estab establishment coLablishment b bltahment ¬
lishment Some of the biggest biggestgains bar bariDS b bgains
gains have ave already been sold sold but mere mereare tdr tdrare treare
are still many pieces of furniture fur ftvre left leftwhich leftwhleh leftwhich
which are marked at ridiculous prices pricesAmong prteesAmong pricesAmong
Among the best are a number of bra brabeds brass 1Ica8sbeds brassbeds
beds which do not notaeem seem to htve ht vs been beenInjured beenInjured beenInjured
Injured at all but which are cut way waybelow waybelow waybelow
below their value value with the rest A Apair Apair Apair
pair of twin beds with Ith square dull dullfinished dullfinished dullfinished
finished posU po ta which whlehue are very hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some are now marked 1250 each eachwhile eadiwhile h hwhile
while a 15 round post double bed bedwith 1ted 1tedwith bedwith
with heavy hoaV posts and filters is isA tJS tJSA i2 i2A
A sale of genuine Oriental rugs will willbe Wiltbe 111 111bo
be announced shortly which blch will prove proveon proveone 6 6one
one on of the best feature of the sale salethat alethat solethat
that has interested so many since it itstarted Itmarted itstarted
started The early bird in thl this ease easea cueRI easeas
a RI usual will be tile one to catch the theworm theworm theworm
worm
The First Empire Fashions FashionsIt
It seems Incredible but it i is true that thatthe thatUte thatthe
the charmers of Napoleons time really reallywalked reallywalkod reallYwalked
walked about Paris and promenaded JZ JlteBMOO in inthe Inthe Inthe
the TuiHeries gardens during the winter winterin Winterin nter nterIn
in sheer muslin dresses lownecked and andshortsleeved andshortsleeved andshortsleeved
shortsleeved Their lingerie likewise likewisewas lnreisewas likewisewas
was mostly imaginary The less a awoman 8wOlnt awotnn
woman wOlnt n wore the mqre fashionable she shewas sheW8S shewas
was The gosiamer goaamsFUke llke toilette toUeU worn wornout wornout wornout
out of doors de rs in the bitterest cold weather weatherexcited weatherexcited wintherexcited
excited the contempt of the wise and andcaused andcaused andcaused
caused the doctors to despair The Thewomen Thewomen Thewomen
women died like flies IjI and yet fashion fashionhad fnJIblonhad fashionhad
had her way Her votaries might have havebeen havebam havebeen
been beggars in their rags r ras s rather than thanfortunes thanCortunos thanfortunes
fortunes favorites favoritesThe t8oorJt favoritesThe li liToo
The fashions of that period d are e the themadness themadnCSi1 themadness
madness of the hour Pint empire modes modesare modessre modesare
are universal universalArtificial universalArtificIal nl varml varmlArtlficial
Artificial flowers which entered upon upontheir upontheir upontheir
their career of fascination under the theEmpress theEmpress theEmpress
Empress Josephine are beginning a new newday Il newday W Wdny
day of triumph triumphIt trlumpbf f
It is a long time since the draperies raper of ofdresses otdross6f ofdresses
dresses were looped up beneath bunches bunchesof buDCb08of
of flowers and still longer loa er time since siocothe sfocothe sincethe
the hems thereof were edged with bIos blossoms blassoma bIossonia ¬
soma Both of these very charming charmingforms e 8lJIIlogforms charmingforms
forms of decoration are among us again againNor agalnNor againNor
Nor is this the only way in which whichflowers whichftowersare whichflowers
flowers ftowersare are to be xj need An evening cloak cloakone cloak cloakono cloakone
one of the most sumptfus of a collec collecUon collection cofloction
tion of wraps for a popular actraes actrfMleot w3 w3of s sof
of crushed raspberry velours frappe frappewith frappewith frappewith
with a raised raJ ed pattern of purplepink pur purp1pinic plftk a adarker adarker adarker
darker shade than the background It Ithad Ithad Ithad
had a chinchilla cape fringed with vio violets TIC TIClets yb yblets ¬
lets At the hem it JfiS wtuS cut in expan expansive expansive axpansive ¬
sive scallops each opening filled inxwita inxwitaa
a shower of violets violetsA
A true Parisenne Is counted weU welldrosied weUdresSed weUdrosIed
drosied because she understands better betterthan betterthan betterthan
than most women what whatshe she can do with without without without ¬
out out a very essential o point In choosing a anow aI anow
now hat Millinery Is ever changing in inParis InParis inParis
I Paris Every smart women has a large targeassortment lnrea550rtment largeassortment
assortment of hats She changes chanS S her hat hatfrequently hatfrequently hatfrequently
frequently because she knows a new hat hatwill hatwill hatwill
will give ve quite another aspect to her hergown hergown hergown
gown The large I lge black velvet hat orna ornamented ornamented ornamented ¬
mented with plumes an ornate and pie picturesque pIc pIcturesque pieturesque ¬
turesque style becoming to all womenIs womenis women womenIs
Is a mode of the moment Ventian lace laceIs laceIs laceis
Is used to drape large black velvet hats hatsfashioned hatsfashioned hatsfashioned
fashioned with a broad sharply turned turnedbrim turnedbrim turnedbrim
brim similar to the Punch shapes A Aband Aband Aband
band of skunk fur placed over the lace lacedrnpery laoodrttpery lacedrapery
drapery IB effective and very ory becoming becomingThe bccomin bccominThe becomingThe
The toque I II always chic and Is par particularly particular partbcularly ¬
ticularly ticular popular Just now In Paris The Thevelvet Thevelvot Thevclvot
velvet toque wKITlts with witii its flat fi l applique trim trimming trfmndng trimmlug ¬
ming of lace and a Hat bow of ermine ia iain iain isin
in great favor a vcr
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