in the back.
The street gown is champagne
color broadcloth lined with pink
satin and banded with seal. The
bell-shaped collar and the sleeves
that slip down to the finger tips in
a bell-cuff are details that will be
found in the exclusive winter mod
els. Tne -shoulder straps of seal
give a suggestion of military severity.
signers are here to decide what the T The neck is square in front, pointed
-rest of the world shall and shall NOT
The exposition of styles is given
under the auspices of the Fashion
Art League of America,, which, gives
The Day Book its explusive fashion
The American idea the simple,
but expressive lines, the rich fabrics,
the beautifully harmonized colors
That we shall wear MORE than we
wore a year ago is one thing I
learned. The tetf-inch skirt has been
whisked out of style the six-inch
skirt is the thing.
Coats will be high to the pointof
choking us, and sleeves will slip
gracefully but so "bothersomely"
down over our fingers. The, coat
for street wear will be three-quarter
The skirt of both evening and
street gowns are slim and rather
clinging. The serge suit kept way
in the background, though Mme.
Alia Ripley says serge is as popular
as ever for street wear.
The Gossard trophy was awarded
to Mme. B. B. Crone of Chicago for
a group of three gowns. The trophy
gives the holder pre-eminence among
dressmakers of America.
The prize dinner gown is of tan
satin with sleeves and tunic of Bras
sis lace edged with silver ribbon.
Strips of silver form bodice. The gir-
stitched with silver.
The skirt shows the NEW idea in
autumn fashions the Oriental fold
in the skirt It is draped in trousette
effect at left and caught with a rose.
The skirt falls in straight lines at the
right - !
The evening gown is champagne
color satin over a foundation silver
cloth with royal blue beaded tunic.
The sleeves are blue net, and blue
net lines the long train. The waist
line in front is high, but slopes off
below the normal-line in the back. 1
THE 1916 FASHION GUIDE
Street skirts six inches from the
Street suits, three-quarter length
Suit sleeves tapering over fingers.
Slim, willowy effect in skirts rather
than the "flare." '
Burgundy color for broadcloth or
duvetyn street suits.
Champagne is th,e color for even
Broadcloth and velour are the
"dressiest" materials for street wear.
MUTTON AND RICE
,Four cups cooked rice, two cups
cooked mutton cut into small pieces,
one teaspoon salt, few drops onion
juice, one teaspoon chopped parsley,
one-half cup bread crumbs, one egg,
one-fourth teaspoon pepper. Stock
or water as needed.
Grease a mold or a bowl-of about
one and dne-half quarts capacity and
line with cooked rice. Heat the meat
with the other ingredients, using
die is a blue background heavilyJ-enough stock to make a mixture that
is moist, but will hold its shape. 'Pack
the meat in the center of the mold
and cover with' the remaining rice,
grease the cover of the mold (if a
bowl is used, a plate will serve for a.
cover), steam or cook in water
enough partly to.cover the mold until
the contents are thoroughly heated
through. Turn on a hot platter and
serve with tomato sauce.
K one finds it convenient, cold
lamb, veal or chicken may be used in
place of mutton in preparing this
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