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Kercourse" kind her fashion instinct
'has turned to the picturesque "trap
pings of war" and the Garibaldi gown
'as "red as the revolution" is the re
sult Before Garibaldi'sold guard" had
answered the call to arms in Italy a
few days ago an American designer
Madame Hosac had launched the
Garibaldi gown and it promises to
become as popular as the Garibaldi
red flannel waists were in 1860, when
Garibaldi was leading the revolution
The new Garibaldi gown is in red
and black, the waist is red Georgette
crepe with close fitting sleeves and
bands piped with black taffeta are
used as collar band and wristband.
The full skirt of black taffeta is band?
ed with taffeta edged with the red
Remember boiling water removes
stains; scalding water sets them.
CHEESE MAKES GOOD MAIN
DISH, SAYS CAROLINE COE
The "cheese appetite" is usually at
its sharpest in summer the cheese
flavor seems to appeal to the palate
fagged by heavy winter diet, so either
as a substitute for meat or as a side
dish cheese should have a place on
the table these days.
There's plenty of nutrition in
cheese a larger percentage of fat
than there is in an expensive beef
steak, and the price of cheese is never
high enough to worry any one. With
vegetables and juicy fruits to offset
its fatty substance it makes a very
good "main dish" for dinner.
Cut 1 pound of cheese into small
pieces and put into saucepan with y2
cup of sweet cream, 1 tablespoonful
of French mustard, 1 saltspoon of
salt and 1 teaspoon of butter. Melt
slowly over slow fire. Turn over
toasted bread and serve at once.
THE BALBOA! IT'S THE NEW NATIONAL
DANCE THE LATEST BALLROOM RAGE!
The Balboa! Have you danced it
It is the new national dance. It has
just been officially so designated by
the International Dancing Masters'
ass'n in their convention in San
The Balboa, now all the rage at
the Panama-Pacific exposition, is ex
pected to sweep the country, for it
obviates the vulgar, it has none of
the earmarks of the old "rag," and
so it should appeal to all classes of
dance devotees in the United States.
Frank H. Norman of Montreal,
Can., former head of the Dancing
Masters' ass'n, is the creator of the
new national dance, and ne gives the
following description of it:
"The Balboa is a dance designed
to combine the old idea of straight
dancing with the modern idea of new
steps. It harmonizes the best of the
Did and the new in a combination of
the one-step with the two-step.
"It starts with a one-step with an
arch turn, followed by maxixe two
step and eight waltz steps."
In breaking Into the arch turn from
the one-step, the couple takes four
steps backward, the man leading with
his left foot Then the man steps
back with the right foot and makes a
slow half turn, the girl taking three
short running steps around him as
he does so.
In the maxixe two-step, which fol
lows the arch turn, tae couple as
sumes regular dance -position, except
that they half turn forward. They
then move forward, using the old
fashioned two-step, accentuated by
pointing the heels (the man's left
heel and the girl's right) and sway
ing sideways from the waist with
It's new, it's pretty, it has swing
to it; it's not vulgar, it's easy to learn,
it's fun to dance it's the Balboa,
the new national dance.