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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY.- JANUARY 15,' 1913.
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TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
. EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER MANZ
Once In a while one feels that worn
en need a lecture for some short
comings that In a way affect the whole
social fabric and then react upon
themselves And she feels minded to
grow a bit caustic In criticism, for tho
sake of socUty and tne more personal
fcaice or tnemseives.
She does sometimes point a rebuking
linger, and then the begins to think.
For, in view of certain sweeping denun
ciations that she hears, she wonders if
there are not quite enough already for
purposes of attack. And she wonders.
too. if Jt Is aulte fair to give women
so much publicity for things ttiey do or
fall to do when the other nan ot tne
world slip through without much ad
,oil theros the matter of woman s
dress At times It has seemed that It
has overreached tho limits of modesty
and comment has been franklj mado
against It But let me tell jou what
happened awhile ago
It was in .New ork where there Is
quite a crusade against a typo of mas
culine offender, unbeautifully known, as
the masher" A oung man had been
arrested upon the charge, and the judge
In commenting upon the case made some
peculiar remarks He told the man that
he seemed to be perfectly respectable.
quite a family man. In fact, and that
while tho law said a penalty must oe
imposed, he had tne sjmpatnv ot tne
cojrt And this was his reason- Young
women to-dav drcs&ed so abominable
that a man never knew whom It was
sate to address, and It sometimes hap
pened that ho came to grief just
through the misinterpretation of fash
Ions It never seemed to occur to him that
man s business was to keep himself in
the strilcht line, no matter what women
might do. whether the chanced to In
Just foolish or something (torc. The
man was charged with an onense ot
which he irparentlv was gulltv, an ot
fcne which sadlv enough calls for cor
rection And when a Judge will go out
of his wav at such a time to denounce
women s dress, reg-irdlcss of how good or
how bad the woman may be. anil eonnt
It a reaonable excuse lor the pernicious
nahlt Mipposedl it stake, it seems
time to call 1 halt on public criticism.
MONOCHROME EFFECTS POPULAR
Notwithstanding the crize there is just
now for beautiful and novel color blend
ing? i creit deal Is being done with
monochrome effects, cs-peciallv where the
color Is an unusual one Red Is vrrj pop
ular, and the new shades of It are al
most as the f ands of the r i In number
running the scale from darkest wine
through the jellow reds such as brlrk
and tomato, to the skv reds whleh are
to lie found onlv among the velvets and
satin a shimmering surface being ncccs
sarv to produce their tone
I'.tunia is ono of the most satisfactory
of studis. lovclj alike for joung and old,
and the spring will see green a ere it
favorite, but the rago at the moment is
to have the cotume carried cut to the
lompletcst detail in one of the metallic
Some of tho gold-colored chiffons are
traversed with pin stripes that are dot
ttd at regular Intervals with the tiniest
of rose spra Others have scattered
widelv apart, great old-fashioned looking
bouquets and there are the watered or
moire effects, which, however, for some
reason do not cem to be as appealing as
Before it is forgotten, a gown of flow
er striped silver cloth must be described
since it exploit, not onlv how effectivelv
stripes arc being utilized in the prevail
ing regime of fashion but introduces
several Interesting features The tunic
answers for Itself and skirt both, for the
material is ciught high at the side back
dropped in front to a long point to be
taught up at a point below the knees at
the opposite i-ide. and that is all there
is to the front view, except the not too
abort vi-Ued expanse of hosierv Across
the hick ind hung from under this front
set tion of material is another broad
length and width, allowed to fall as It
will from the waist line into the long,
sqi are cut train A double width of
tulle in an old blue tone th-it matches
the mot prominent of tho flower e-olors
i wound iround the waist as a girdle,
then looped to effect a pannier with the
silk, whence it falls to the ankle, held
at the end bj a jeweled ornament.
Panel effect, that Is the full Ungth of
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At least, it seems time to' draw attention
to the other side
Because most ot folk are quite ready
to admit that women, with all their fol
lies and their weaknesses, have-thus far
managed to keep the weight of their
Influence on the side of Aha better vvavs
of living. Mavbe there was something
of the "must' in this apportionment of
things, but the fact remains that when
It comes to the standards of life, women
have helped, not hindered And there
are a lot of things more vital to the good
of the world than woman's dress, though
one does not fall a single step backward
In urging that there Is cning need for
Then there's the awful practice of
despoiling song birds of their plumage,
for the sake of a bit of decoration One
la readv to echo and ro-echo all that has
N.en said against it. and will donounce
It wherever she can But somehow there
Is a feeling of protest when masculine
pens are dipped too far down In some
thing sharp and cutting, and masculine
voices arc raised In stinging rebuke.
Because, while It Is true, and, while we
are ready to take our medicine in limit
ed doses, it is not exactly fair to make
woman's crueltv stand forth in such
lurid colors At least, sonic of us feci
that tho rebukes would come with better
grace and greater force If left to wom
an's tongue, or woman's pen until some
other cruelties are cleared awa.
It is disheartening to think of a beau
tiful bird ruthlessly killed Just to adorn
a woman's hat. But, jou know. It has
alnavs seemed a nitlless thing to go out
to the favorite haunts of wlldlings and
hill, simply for the love of It, to go out
down the graceful deer, me Diros ami
all. Just to make a few hours of "pla
And somehow, whin ono reads or listens
to sharp crlticltm of woman's folly, or
woman s sin. as It ma) bo called, in
robbing our song birds of their plumac
and their life, one thinks of the hunter
whose pleasure It Is to kill, not for food
and not for giln he slmpi wants to
thit Is all Thit K one thinks or rum
when it is a masculine critic who seems
As for women let them criticise, at
ta k rebuke, each other whenever and
wherever there Is need
Hut as for men well the) have a lot
of troubles all their own
contrasting fabric or color let In. Is
littte favored It Is too oppoed to drap
erv ind rnues it to miss entires lis orig
inal nope which Is to i.ivo an Hlusivt
effect rather than to lndiette the detlnitt
line, which a ptml dceldidly does The
broken pine!, however tl one Ihat
starts with dellnltenes onlv to in It
avva Into tiiofher portlem of the cos
tumc is much liked
A number of n w developments of the
redtngote are to be noted among the
most recent models, and prlnct ss effects
too, have come in for a shire of novel
treatments The latter tjp of dress Is
applauded as a medium for exploiting a
particiilirlv leautiful mntenal lfn Is
one tltslgn that, though not vet out. Is
bound to be iccordcd considerable praise
It is in white and f liver brocadt and
there are sido sections with shoulder
sleeves cut with them whleh fold over 1
frontal pmel as far as the lower hip line
There the J anel ends, and the side sec
tions are draped together at a single
point, thus lifting the hem to show the
instep V llver lace so line snd web
like that it looks like frost work. Is ap
plied down the front as far as the drap
er), while a narrower lace outlines the
The craze for street suits In which skirt
and bodice or coat art of different col
ors has been extended to evening cos
tume" -limine GootI i;xerclsr.
It is well known that singing like
whistling, is a tine exercise for the lungs,
and some doctors advise those who fear
consumption to go in for singing for this
reason At the same time thev. of courst-,
do not advance the claim th-it singing
alone will save a one from or cure
consumption Acquire the habit of tiking
the big, deep breath, which i- a prim ir)
requisite of an) kind of singing, good or
bad. and the phvslcal Jos derived from
It will never allow jou to relapse Into
To keep suet good for some time chop
It roughl) and sprinkle with a little
granulated sugar This will preserve it
a long time
"It Helped Me So Much."
Mas F.W,MxxBa.of Bodlnea.Pa.
fan: "Yonr TTorlte Praacriptloa'
hai done ma a wooderral lot of good.
"Seren jeara aro when onr flrat
child was born I waa left miserable.
I doctored with two phralelana with
out anynsllef. Ithenwenttoseeone
of the haad doctoraln WllUamaport:
be aald X mnit bare an operation at
once and thtl tbould qtutwork. but
tbat wai aometolnrl could not do.
I then betan taxtna yonr TmTonto
ont rtra.rfn.dld! n
"Will elosa br.wlihlac too much
aneesaa In future."
4, . 4 1
FOR THE SMALL WOMAN.
This dress is for the miss and small
woman The pattern provides for two
st les of collar, and the three-gored skirt
im be made with Kmplrc or regulation
waist line The closing Is at tho front.
The pattern. No 6 Obi. is cut In sizes
II. Ill and IS sears Medium size will
require 4 S S sirtls of SS-lnch material
ami S-t of a sard of 7-inch goods
The above pattern can le obtained bv
sending 10 cents to the pattern depart
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YOUR VOTES IN TO-DAY.
The speciil competltlt n for th JTV
Couovcr Babv tlrnnd Piano closes at v
o'clock to nikht, afttr several weeks of
livtlv billotlng "ii the irt of contest
ants ami their f rit nds
This piano will l tlven to the person
rastlng the most votrs hi The Heralds
JJT..H') Contest Ixtwrtn tin- d itcs of De
cember -S. 1M. mill Jimnrs 12. nil
S-e that ill vour votts are turned In
Wfort th- t losing hour The fact th-it
the auvlltirv contest stjnl Independent
from the main contest is not limited to
contestants, ijvrs It i general Interest
that aceounts for the tremendous num
b r of votf- Tht Advocate Is receiving
Of course thse. votis must lie enst
for some ngistcretl contestant, and will
bo counted in the main contest
Tht $rj) piai'o will lie prestntcd to the
person casting the vote-, whether a con
testant or not and the contestant gets
the s-imc lienetit of aueh votes is If there
were no estra award Tho Advocate has
purchased the ronov.r llabv Grand from
Peres I'oster the piano merchant. IU0
O Street Northwest It Is on exhibition
at the tontett building TH Thirteenth
street ind vou are invited to examine
it when vou bring In the rest of jour
WOULD PROTECT INVESTORS.
Itrprc.cnlntlvc Rt-nl'a Hill Prohibits
ilcrl.InK s-nlr of rrurltlr.
Representative Dent of Alibama jes
terdas Introduced a 1111 which makes 't
a misdemeanor punishable b a fine of
not more than J-"1, or Imprisonment for
not more thin six months, or both, for
v person linn corporation, or associa
tion In the District to sill merchandise,
soctirttics or service through advertising
In jieriodlcals or circulars when such
advertisements contain statements thit
are "willfullv untrue''
The bill was referred to the House
Mrs. II. -. Mb It e Demi.
AltfTll.tn Clza Ian 11 f.a II r
White, while visiting friends here, was
i ii tiivu if-airiuij tier re
mains were taken to Athen". Ga . for
cunai virs vv nice was tne president
Clubs, and a member of the Colonial
STAGE GREAT SCHOOL,
Shakespearean Actor Deplores Prej-
nrlit of fhnrrfi Folic Fran If !
Keenan Raps Critics.
"There la an undue prejudice against
the stage held by a large portion of
American church members. "These per
sons do not recognize what good can be
accomplished, educationally and cultur
ally by a good, clean stage."
This statement was made by William
Favrrsham at the Belasco Theater yes
terday afternoon In a lecture before the
Washington Drama League.
"The stage Is a great school." said Mr.
Faversham "In many respects It is as
great a teacher as legitimate schools and
colleges. One ma- learn history, geog
raphs. poetry, liteature, and deportment
from the stage The fact that our stage
had Its origin away back In, the Middle
Ages, when they had morality plays writ
ten bj- the high ecclesiastics. In many
Instances, is a strong argument against
the many ministers and church-goers
who can see nothing good or useful In
"It seems that the predominant mode
of Interpretation on the American stage
will bo the drama. Americans seem to
have favored drama, and the prospects
are that they will continue to do so"
Frank Keenan strongly condemned the
present tendency of dramatic writers to
wrlto merely for monev,
"There Is much in the early history
of the countrj' that will furnish themes
for excellent dramas," he said. "But
all these possibilities have been passed
over for the detective story and the
drama, which tends to mere sen
sationalism "I also wish to say something about
the dramatic critics of New York. For
tho most part their criticisms are lacking
In scholarship and In the analstlcal
quality They simply sail Into an actor
or actress, and tell them they are all
wrong without giving tho reason. There
should be men of more scholarly attain
ments dealing with dramatics In New
Florida Ilranil Ilroacbt Here by
-Silas i:telle G. Mozart.
Ia-mons weighing more than six
pounds are the souvenirs which Miss
Bstelle G. Mozart, a clerk In the Inter
nal revenue division of the Treasury
Department, brought home to her friends
from Horlda, where she visited rela
t'ves The 1 irgest I'nioii weighed sU and
a half pounds Its longest di imeter was
lwents-s ven Inches, the cross diameter
being tvvent)-four Inches
Tlin fruit was grown by H M Cham
berlain, at Del Ccrro Grove, Fla
STEEL MEN HERE.
Iliej ppear Before House Committee-
on SAios and 3(eann.
Represmtatlves of the various phases
jf the steel Inquir) appearc-d before the
lioiivi Committee on Wass and Means
vestenlav to urge the committee to mike
iit reductions In the tariff or to make
only moderate cuts
Vmoiig tiios" who appeared were A C
lnrrtfin. of Ntw ork. a manufacturer
ot let trie furnace--, who contended that J
his business was in such it delicate con- I
nltiou that a ch inge In the tariff might
iipstt K equilibrium Kdwin K Ilacon.
of the Globe Steel Compans, of Mans-1
held Ohio M 1 Kann, preldent of
the Pittsburg Crushed -.teel Compans, of
Pittsburg U J Wlttnore. of New York,
and I- 1 Relehelm of the American
Swii-H I lie and Tool Compan). of New
K. C Htch. of the Waltham Watch
Compins. of VVHltham, Mass, urged the
committee to retain the present duty on
watches, and was sliarplv questioned by
Ittpresentatlve Ralne) of Illinois as to
the prices and methods of his selling
It developed that the Waltham Compan)
had contracted to st-11 watches In the
Ilalkan Mates at 110 each, which are
mcile ot the same material and In the
same machines as watches which sell
in the Lnlted States for JK.50. Explain
ing the difference in price, here and
abroad Fitch said that the watches sold
lere wtre 'touched up" more and In a
lietter condition of adjustment. This, he
contended, was the cause of the differ
ence in price
HONORS FOR BURNS.
nnlversir) of Poet. Birth to 111
Invitations have been extended to An
drew Carnegie and Ambassador Brycc
to bo present at the banquet to be held
In honor ot the anniversar) of the birth
of Robert Bums, on January S5. at
Rauschers. under the auspices of the
St Andrews society of Washington. D
C Although unable to attend a similar
function held 1 the society last ear,
Mr Carnegie telephoned, extending his
fceveral membcrsof Congress who also
are members of the society are expected
to make addresses. Toasts will be onered
b) prominent persons. A message from
King George of England and Scotland
will bo read as one of the featurea of the
Large quantities of Scottish heather
hive been imported for the occasion and
will bo distributed to the hundred or
more guests aB boutonnleres. Harry
Lauder, Jr, will come from New York
as one or the principal singers.
Officers of tho St Andrew's Socleti
are: President. W. T. Galllhcr: vice pres
idents. J A. Watson and C. C Calhoun
secrctar). N. 51 K Gilmour. and treas
urer. J. H. Small. Jr
COLLEGE PARK MEASURE.
Senator Gnlllngrr Introduces BUI
to Bar Grounds.
Senator Galllngcr yesterday Introduced
In the Senate the bill, previously Intro
duced In tho House by Representative
Parran. providing for the acquisition by
the government of the field t College
Park. Md . used for the army aviation
camp, and tho appropriation of JWO.0OO
to pay for the land and Its development.
The bill was referred to tho Committee
on Military Affairs.
The aviation grounds contain about
1,030 acres Edwin A Newman, who has
reprcccnted the owners of the grounds,
who have leased them to the govern
ment, said last night that the lands
would cost the government an average
of about $300 an acre.
HUCKSTERS ON DEFENSE.
Complaints Made Aa-olnst Them for
Tho proprietors of vending wagons that
have occupied tho space adjoining the O
Street Market are made the subjects
of a complaint, filed with the District
Commissioners, by certain of the mer
chants of the .market. It Is the claim of
these merchants that the men who nave
been putting their wagons in the pub
lic space are not farmers, as they claim,
but ore In reality hucksters that pur
chase their wares from the city com
Ratifies Constitutional Amendment.
Albany. Jan. It By a vote of 1S to
t, the Assembly to-day adopted a reso
lution ratifying the proposed amendment
to the Federal Constitution, providing;
election of United States Senators by
popular vote. ' ,
Kmtncxy baa eirtt whites to ona blade la a
total pcpulitlon of J,?,5i.
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Mrs Wheelock's demonstration emphasizes the need of a thorough,
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cordial invitation is extended to those interested In practical cookery
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Lecture hours 10.30 a. m. 1-30 p. m.
To-day's menu -is as follows.
Veal Birds en Casserole,
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OLD POINT COMFORT
Tickets Inelndlne: Materoom and
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City Ticket Office, 731 13th It. X. W
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ATLANTIC CITY EES0RTS.
Amtrian and Euros-sta pun. bpeclil winter ratti.
OPPOSITE CARNEGIE HALL.
S6th St G 7th Ave.
NEW YORK CITY.
Located within two blocks of beautiful
Central Park and In the city's most re
fined residential district, this exclusive
family ana transient notei oners more in
real living and comfort than many
hotels whose accommodations are much
more expensive The hotel Is within a
few blocks of the theaters and shoos
and Is only S minutes ride from the
Grand Central and Pennsylvania R. R.
stations. There Is no more ideal stop
ping place tor laaies traveling aione.
ItOUll WITH USE OK HATH.
$1 per day and up.
ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH.
51.50 per day and up.
APARTMENTS OF PARLOR.
lledroom. and Private Bath.
S3 per day and up.
GEO. W. O'HARE. MT.