tN THE PUBLIC EYE
Capt. A. C. Saker.
Capt. Asher Carter Baker, U.
" S. N'.Tetired, Will be the director
of exhibits of thCPjanaina-Pacific
, The""difeCtoT ofe??hibits was
connected 'with the' Chicago ex
position in 1893ihe Paris exposi
tion in 19Q0; and he St. Loujs
exposition in 19p4. "
Capt. Baker is a linqufet, has
visited every port in the world,
and has acquaintances ntf inti
mate friends in every couritry.
Capt. Baker is a-natjve of 'Prjnce
'ton,N.J. , , ' , '
f o o-
Berry Sihs. ,'
First rub the spot on each side
with hard soap, and then-lay on a
thick mixture of starch and cold
water. Ruff this mixture starch
well into the spot and afterward
expose it to the sun and air. If the
stain has not disappeared at the
FEMININE FANCIES "
Women who are fond of bright
plaids and English checks will
have an opportunity during the
next few months to wear them
and be fashionable.
Every kind of costume is worn
this season froni the simplest to
the most extreme.
This year many of the smartest
gowns aYe made of a combination
of a heavy and light material
the heavy in "the skirt and lower
part of the bodice, the chiffon or
tulle'in the uppe? part of the waist
The draped skirt represents the
newest feature of the present
'A, new and lovely material for
kimonos and negligees , is the
washable crepe de chine that
shops are "displaying in plain col
ors, stripes and small flowered
Yes, the plaited skirt has come
back. It is quite the newest thing
for. ta.ilor6d suifs'and dresses and
is seen on anynuniber of the new
The latest addition to the waist
with the Robespierre collar is the
broad reverse which is becoming
to almost any1 type of figure.
The new coats seem to be cut
very big and very loose under the
arm's and then narrower at the
lower' edge so that the sihouette
tapers decidedly to the feet.
"Arid so, after inviting your
friends td a game dinrier, you
vfere not Served with any part of
the bird?" "Oh, yes I got the
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