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709 9th St. N; W.
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tha,t the twlat. aeema to. ran downward.
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tohed work, for If the onualte end la fa
aertad In the' needle. 'the thread will be
drawn thronh the Hnen -'asalsa IU. twlat.
thea candnCooaiineea and knots.
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flnlabed work to ,hsT a rouh appear
ance."' Fasten 'the thread by nnutar It
f oi several iOtchea through.' the cloth or
aewinr it over and over on some Dortlon
otitha 'material that la to becorered by
we iv ma -
Ba muahlnara needleful of llk.,rkatn
lt'tn the aame wax, alwaya.ellppUit" tt
short, ao It will not work to the surface
and. aire a racsed amearance. Knar
btt oS the allk: cUp It-near to the cloth
with a pair ofsaharp sdsaora
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When worktnc floral desiens. the leaf
or .petal hat laps under another part of
the deafem should be worked first. A
aiarpie arthod, of working- lesres or
pekla te'tobaste at the'spex. and. after
maUnc a line of stitches down the cen
ter, work, to the rlcht until that half n
filled In; then fill In the left half, golns
back'to the apez-agaln to besln.
When, the work rerfBtrea delicate shad
inr, -oegin at Ue base and sradusitr
upwaru on ue wnoie leaf, or petal,
until It li completed. Some. people outline
the reining flrst..but' a better ray Ms to
put such velnlng aa may be' necessary
c iw over ino completer work.
To mark the' outlines of leaves and
flowers, run a single row of outline
stltchlnr around the 'edge. This treat
ment raises the work-and develops Its
lights sBd shadows; but where high lights
are 'desired the Daddlnr must h hiv-
but soft, worked with Strands of darning
Shading can be done in a manner tkmt
iooks eziremeiy use painting; that la, the
colors can be cleverly worked In so that
they blend with one. another almost the
way they do in a picture.. Thla Is done
by running the stitches of one -rninr
well up Into the other, so aa to. have no
decided line where they meet.
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NA navy' blue serge, with the new aUk
finish, was made up In the style shown
above. The striped material la a.aatln
faced cashmere In. black and white, which
goes well with the serge.
The new open rolling' collar Is tied with
a mustard yellow velvet, with edges care
fully finished with pieot atltch. A girdle
lot the serge, is held by a buckle covered
with. 'the same. The akirt la cut In two
pieces with seams at the sides, and the
eloslng'is Invisible down the center front.
A black turban with brim of white.
fluffy beaver la worn; and the only trim
ming la a fancyv feather ornament.
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Is noTJUssT'BMsakiaaara laxa
rlou)than ceat 'of aable,sr-a Vroamt
emiHre'scarf -aaelxBte'ilatiBiiiC'of aattr
cbiacbHla, but. "ef; ooursev these;fmrs -.'
not wkhia the mesas' itinrf womaa.
rr woman, "howaver. wants to kavs
M .let.a fur Mckpiacs, U aha naaawt
afford a fur, coat; and thlg" year'pev-
haps mote tbj);ver thsre are attractive
tors to aatiarr thtt'.waman'of.auildaraie
meanajand her purse Nas weB.
- ium year ue-eaict-iiaa gone out tnat
combinauona are the vogue. 'and surely
this is good news to the woman-who has
packed away In camphor, for- Instance,'
a half-worn sealskin coat or "an "'old-
fashioned mink cape. Terjo furs will be
used In combination, thla season, and all
sorts of furs win be combined with, all
sorts' 'of fabrlea, In facV In many of
thejnost fashionable fur' sets thlsHwbv
ter chiffon. aUk. 'satin, velvet .broad
cloth and metallic laces will be Intro
Klsaoso.. sleeve ftUl'Favered.
Both long and abort costs win be
worn. Many will have the. sleeves-made
In kimono style; or the'aieere win be
att Into a very large armhoie, thus se
curing the long-shoulder effect. Seme of
the newest coats have deep turn-back
cuffs and the flat collars and wide ro
vers which show the Influence 'of the
The side fastening 'is fashionable, and
many beautiful braid ornaments and allk
frogs are used, or the coat la fastened
after It la well lapped over-with an imi
tation Jeweled button moat -artistically
mounted. Coats of cloth, plush, or ve
lours are eonaldered extremely stylish
made with a wide flat collar, deep cuffa.
and buttona of fur. ,
The moat fashionable or the for scarfs
are -long and flat, and the majority of
them' are quite wide. These scarf a are
often combined with a contrasting fur
or shirred chiffon or aatln. used aa. a
border. The" scarf in animal effect la
also modish. There are long neck
pieces finished at one end with a head
and at the other end a tail, and the
claws of the animal are also introduced.
While the whole eggs are generally
used for dipping croquettes, the yolk
alone, with a little water added, will' be
found quite aa satisfactory.
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STAMPED COIXAR PATTEBNS.
for macrame and Venetian 'crochet
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shawl collar shapes, IBs and Ms.
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wale pious; also Bedford cord.
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Art Store Street Floor.
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Washington Library Has Put the Ban of
Disapproval on. Many Children's Books
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B0T3 ETJSSIA5 DEESS.
we le Tnlt In Tht Btttld'i t9.tsi
bDT Von thA hBt mA TttMkA.
piece ouic oi uioines. z-Dotton, single-breasted
coat with high cut
vest and medium peg pants. Tour
choice of all-wool goods.
. ,47 Sevanth St. S. W.
ersld axso eeatest vatee.
m HEAT MARKE
Was U hMfi
se'Asd st the lues pmBJaa
Halts, rtaa. sad FhaUou
40 Third St. H. W.
we'Osa Vctw la The BrHr aa.as Ccefa.
IM2106 Pa. Ave.
qfe&''n;TtH to.Th. Bmld'i
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Trv Oar Hdatamada ChaeelatM
k 2Ce and 40e Poyna. "
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This pretty little Russian dress is. for
the real small lad. who has not yet worn
the regulation bloomers: It Is a cun
ning model and a very becoming one.
The garment closes at the right aide of
the front. The collar, culls and belt are
fashioned of contrasting material, an
linen, plain gingham, percale or cham
bray may be considered among the moat
.The patent, no. son, vis cut In sizes
L, 2 and 3 years. Medium size requires
yards of 27-lnch material or V yards
of 36-Inch fabric with M yard of-Z7
inch contrasting fabric
.The above -pattern can be obtained by
sending'."" cents to the. Pattern Depart
ment ex tneivvasningion neraio.-
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- v Breaded Lamb Chops.
"French the'' chops by-trimming off' the
strips of -the fat, on the long end of the
-bone. Jxhe chops should be thick -and
juicy. Wipe them with a damp cloth,
have ready on a plate1 an egg beaten
slightly and mixed with a tablespoonful
of warms water. Season with salt and
pepper. ,On' another plate have some,
fine dry-as!fted- bread crumbs, also sea
son "with salt and pepper and a -""It" of
fine minced parsley. Have In readiness
also a- kettle -of hot fat. Dip each chop
in .tne egg. covering dou sues,- then
In the crumbs and plunge two at a time
into the". fat. "Draw to edge of, Are and
Ir-To .one and one-half-pounds bambur-
ger steak add tnree piecea of tat pork.
on onion ground tap, and half aa much
cold .boiled rice. Season to taste .Par
boil' the tender leaves of one email mIv.
bags and roil some of above 'h each:
leaf.- Then put. into , a baking pan, spread
.witn butter, ana nag almost aa .hour.
Thex are delicious. '''
IV: YO& RHEUMATISM?
a ianr aw. m fast eaaaaavo
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Br FRAITCBS SHAFFER
'When the atatement was read awhile
ago that officers of -the public library In
Washington had decided that the stories
written , for children a generation or so
ago were purposeless "and trashy It seem
ed sort of a' pity to put -the ban of
disapproval upon many books that for
years and years, have fascinated old
fashioned hearts. ,
If the later critics are right and some
of the books are .useless, others plainly
bad In effect, then they must go to the
waste barrel without a word of protest,
but the little folk' of other years liked
them mighty well.
There are the Oliver Optic stories, with
all the .Impossible young heroes that so
thrilled 'boyish hearts and filled boyish
minds a long while ago purposeless, ail
purposeless and ready to be thrown
away. And the "Jack Ranger.' and the
"Boy Hunter" series must go with them,
together with a lot of others that boys
once-upon-a-tlme devoured and that par
ents considered quite harmless and acceptable.
Enjoyed Old-faaaloaed Tales.
Come years ago the presses were not
quite so active as they are to-day in the
work of turning out juvenile literature,
and books that satisfied parents and
pleased the young folk were very much
read. Many grown-ups to-day remenv
bee how they delighted to follow the
fortunes' of the little maid In the '-"Elsie"
series and how they went with her from
childhood to womanhood, enjoying every
step of the way.
The stories were perfectly healthy In
tone and the little women who read
them remembered them for many a day,
But apparently they have outlived their
usefulness, for the library officials pro
neunc them much; too "goody-goody"
In their 'effect upon girl readers, and
when the present supply Is all thumbed
and read to piecea,. Elsie Dinsmore will
pass Into oblivion,- so far as that library
And that Is to be the fate of the
"Pansy" books. It was only a year or
so. ago that- white-haired woman, who
1i.A maJ tli. msaritm frnm .hffsinnlnsr ta
end, .during all the years they had rtra
was asking for1 the last or ail, because
her interest, 'aroused long ago, 'had
never abated and they were always sure
to be' "so true and wiolesome," But
the "Pansy" )ooXa..ara. to go with the
rest, 'condemned on the same charge of
tending to 'goody-goodyism" among.,
glria.- . . "
But' Louisa. M. Alcott, who long has
held-high court In they hearts of th
young. Is net .to be dethroned. "Little
Women and all the stories that came
from her youth-inspired pen' are to re
main, to delight and Influence the pres
ent and mayhap the coming generation.
One hopes they never win grow old.
Kate Douglas Wiggln. of . later-day
fame, Is, also -represented by her
charming '"Rebecca" and some of . the
-other' quaint .little heroines that-are, ao
dear .to older readers as to the young.
- Approved Aathors.
And th committee, of course, approves
Mt- -Robert Louis Stevenson; Ernest
Thompson Seton, Rudyard , Kipling.
Freak R. Stockton, and others this, we
suu take ;rar-granted. . -- x
-ir-uie; discarajd books -really are
.weak and' purposeless and serve no good
at an among' tneir youthful readers.
Coranlaxlon blaiianavinldhr- u
after..-. -few. applications; of' -a' simple
funmi- jvBgn.raaaae' .as" iiisamini 4
ounces spurmax tn.-W pint Twitch "haset
or hot "waters and ; adding -3 'taaspssafals
glycerine. This-lotion is tovlsfbiewhea
'and atvMvta.lt 'i:nv.L
my;finlsa. lt It aa tordlseaSJaci'tw
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arotstlonvto.the eonplzioa.durfcg too
v wssnOTg.saa sale aa
of v hatrand-wlT
This design represents a double-breasted
overcoat for the wee manT It has a.close
fltting collar, which Is an ideal protec
tion against the cold, and a pretty trim
ming touch ia Imparted to the garment
by making thla collar of velvet, though
it Is very nice fashioned of the same ma
terial of which the coat Is made.
Storm aerge cheviot, tweed and home
spun are the most appropriate fabrics.
. The pattern. No. 6006, Is cut In sizes
s, 4 and C years. Medium size requires
2H yards of 36-lach material or 14 yards
of goods 44 Inches wide.
The above pattern can be obtained by
aenaing-io cents to the Pattern Depart
ment 01 tne Washington Herald.
- Frosty MorningvYou N ood
This list holds some exceedingly good values
in Women's and Children's Underwear.
Children's Winter-weight Vests and Pants;
bleached, fleeced, jersey-fitting;1 high-neck, long
sleeved vests; pants to match, ankle length.
Children's, all sizes. Garment 26c
Misses', all sizes. Garment 35c
Wool Vests and Pants
fa i g h - n e.c k, long
sleeved vests; ankle
length pants ; jersey
fitting; si Ik-finish
Misses' sizes. Gar
Ribbed Underwear Store
Street Floor. '
Infants' shirts, rib
bed, high neck, long
sleeves; button ,all .the
way down front; silk
bleached, high neck,
long sleeves, ankle
length ; dose-fitting.
Regular sizes ....50c
Extra large sizes. .50c
Tan footwear the thing
And, as usual, you will find. at the House of
Kann every good shade, .every good style that
is demanded for the season's wear.
, II III SPECIALTY LUES
We offer nearly a hundred different styles.
In making a choice from these you have the as
surance of absolute comfort combined with style.
The9e at $5 a pr.
Tan Calfskin Lace and Button Shoes, with
rubber soles. Tan Calfskin Blucher Shoes, with,
Tan Norwegian Water-proof Blucher Shoes,
high-cut styles. '
A Groat Varloty
at $4 a pr.
including Tan 'Russia
Lace Shoes, Tan"Rus
sia Calf and Willow
"Calf Button oi Lace
Shoes, the popular
College Girl style.
Shoe Store 2d Floor.
And at $3.50 pr.
An assortment that
leaves little to be de
sired. Lace, button, or
blucher, with any
height heel, any shaped
toe, 'and any weight of
sole. All sizes and
MEALS FOR A DAY
salt, one teasnoenful hale.
then- ttosi-wbo,ared about them long ling (powder Beat-hominy with fork
bit for" old
memory's sake -and -hope- that- the -new
may'devalop in th, young- folk ,of .today-
an sMsdaUoa of tbo rosily good
lalKratre. . 4. ; tV
, For at certainly w true, as th lmrary
oatalalaaay, that bora. and girls who
consistently Teed m ,traehy or-th
mediocrer go right, oatawtao Bus' old
tracks .whsoi taay -reaeauaii .mvw.
books mar illMiiit aWhiai Tout idt
bouts oi aaianaaaasaaa-
load aamsabil nUiimliit, ta.aattar
araat la.laiik iallajaaoat-upoa.
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wwaw-sae owvwpwi iiavsaoaaa -tsaw, aa.
ifiw i sjaasaasa -aBaBaBugajs-
by th trash known aa "holiday
Juveniles," which are designed to satisfy
parenta rather .than boys and, girls, and
go-on Id something that win meet the
need of childhood, the need to know
It la said that while the child-mind
craved romance, the real way to satisfy
itwaa to-.put In story form an explana
tion of some of the wonderful things In
our' everyday world. The child does .not
understand and never will until some
body 'makes' them plain, and a-book that
weaves a wb of beautiful romance about
the food' we est, the clothes-we wear.
the marvelous, inventions we. enjoy that
Is the book--that makes .him open' his
eyes and bis .ears and satisfies the nat
ural craving for romance.
And there Is something in it too. for
the child ia an animated auestion4ox'aH
th while, and -parents might far better
Siva um. something to appease the thirst
for knowledge than to stimulate .his' mind
with tales of dragons and the, like.
- Florid. CoKrTBread.
Tba'matertala needed are on cup cold
sailed hominy, one" -scant' 'cup whit
corameal, one generous cup milk, one
gg. on tablespoonful, butter, one-halt
uatq thoroughly broken: then "gradually
heat' la the 'milk; -Mix the 'aalt and
baking powder with the meal:' add all
to th noastay sad-'milk; than add. th
afjaat Beaton and tn. outtar. melted.
Pour the mixture Into two. buttered
dp, tin 'plates.' -Bake la quick oven
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saiiow oo, egg-lorveaca parseaAnd to
xwa teaspoonroMoi-grated I
a;-aaajspijinie- wiaa.'iaKt ;m
Brsasvrtaja- eggs carefully ta a
vsovvoaa-sx a-uate, aaa aiip
Ik aaeeaw:.iprinklecwith salt
tas reeaamaar g -tne
Bacon. Potatoes Fried With Sweet
Qraham Drop Cakea. Coffee.
Rolls. Pear Conserve.
Cream of Celery.
Lamb en Casserole. Potatoes.
Pie. Grated Cheese.
Piccalilli One peck of green tomatoes.
a dozen and a- halt of green peppers, one
cabbage, six large onions, one pint of
It. Chop fine and mix: let stand over
night in a atone jar. Drain, then cover
with vinegar and let It come to a boIL
Pcur this vinegar off and add about the
same quantity in which It was boiled:
add one tablespoonful each of cloves and
allspice, three ounces mustard seed, one
ounce celery seed (spices in bag), and two
cupfuls of sugar and lef it pome to a boll
again. Put either In mason Jars or In a
stone crock. .If the vinegar Is very aharp.
dilute It a little.
Pear Conserve Seven pounds chipped
pears, five pounds of sugar, grated slnd
and Juice of three oranges and three lem
ons (reject white skin), one pound .chop
ped raisins, one-half pound English wal
nut meats, chopped. Let sugar stand on
pears over night. Cook until thick, about
two hours. , Seal In Jars or Just tn Jelly
glasses and cover with paraffine.
Note Grate some cheese and serve a
little of It with each serving of pie.
Select small potatoes, peel and cook In
casserole with lamb. x
A Vegetarlaa Mincemeat,
Grate the zest of, six lemons, then cut
die icuwui u iwu 1U .quceap uui iuc
Juice; boil the rinds in soft water until
tender, but not rouaby. changing the
water., four or fire times to take out the
Llttefness and .putting a rounding tea
spoonful .of .salt In the water In which
they 'are first boiled. When '-done, drain
the-water from them and 'take out the
seeds and Inner akina. then chop them
and one pound or cleaned seeded raisins
(measured after seeding)- In a wooden
bowl: when finely minced; add one pound
of cleaned -currants, one'oound df. sugar.
one-half pound of thick apple sauce, the
grated seat) of the lemons and then- Juice,
one-half aaltapoonful of cayenne, one-half
teaapqonful.of mace, oaa level teaspoon
ful of 'cinnamon, twelve drops, of. almond
flavoring,, two' ounces' of- candied orange
peel, and .two ounces of candied dtronj
cut in tnin sucesr lastly, add one-half
pound or treah butter," melted.- Stir weu
together and use aj any mincemeat.
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bbbbb! the recent transfer of
"-the Hotel Victoria property,
Broadway, 27th SL and
Fifth Ave, New York Gty,
present policy of tne house.
The Hotel w9 be conducted as heretof ore, until
the oqiiration of lease, aeveraJ yean hence.
Rooms with Bath, $2.00
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Just completed, containing, library, grill, and billiard hall.
Handsomely Furnished Rooms, Private Bath,
$1.50 per day upward -
From Grand Central Station, ears marked "Broadway" without tranafar:
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47th St, Just Off Broadway.
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75 Rooms, $1.00 per day..
100 Rooms, with Private Bath,
$1.50 per day.
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