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TUE WOMAN OF FASHION
acoxowicAL roners at woiik
A MOMl TUM 1 AIR ?KX.
-rimming! Thai Brig-tan Vlaln Gowns
iior* Varieties ia lbs Talla" Made
CiowD-Of Ioi4rr*al to WoDiankl-d.
r (Copyright. 1S94. fer The Times.)
"Oh, it would be sinful not to buy that,'
ejuoth my dear to her dearest friend.
"it's smh a bargain."
"Hut you know, my lassa, I have that
blue | .it home all ready to be
made up. and that brown Jim gave mt
"And both of them cost two dollars a
yard. I don't see how you can throw
a ebonee like thls-why it's Just
trrer Mt, and only seventy
lt's poottively your duty."
And the haying BOOB cn Just UM BB?M
hard tiiias Bf ii" There is only thin
differeno thal erstwhile wa went Quiet.
ly OUl sad Ordered the material for sat
pf tw, f..vw,s, hi last the StajOOtj; and
We '\p'nd all our thought.
I ? and "ar dollars 00 I le ap
' ?' 'heap trimmings, small fali
i r rbsfowe iti.it pres. isaak ly re
model oar last yeal 'a gOWBO. lt tak.s as
ii. '.' > ? BB empty purs, s
I ' but If all tin- mi n have tnt) rt I
b ra la the Cut
Ung Down i.xp.nse coatees, why the
Won bOU-d te enter also. They
I sued i-rv well .is yet ;,,
? ? kOO't ho tOO hard OS tin ni -
. is a new on.-.
In I Urns the world ls di luging
, wail advice "Tho tm,- economist,'
i rill get herself
i H'.wn coating from fifty to one
) dollars. This gown will last
i ' i one year; will ?"- suitable for
el b one, on th-- Btreet, tu
at theatre lunl.-ss ,,i.
and tia- economlBi 01 ree
a s.-n-ible Intonation;
? With BO intense desire to
pm - ?? . tailor
ina'!- Bul lia " or.,,mist cOOtS
I oh late lbs future, a look
tried I twelve months
And In her visions of delightful teen,
1 I the root, ste- dis
monotonous tailor sande yul,
? that is an
always 1 orroct, bul
t.'iat 1 al,;, v, h. r ? p| ..,r flfty or
a hundred dollars, with which to fresh
en hi he i epalra
bcuu?lntance, a ho ads isi a
I UP "''li halid
revi -. rufflea,
results in a pun h.,ve
of banda re?soi ie four or live
ill bj 1 the
? with e Brenaniaker*s
blll I anya large ? nough to
ni a dresa Then
sadly th ?
plain 1 loth
a Ith tbs money spent
llSO that thi
band me tor the old
ah ls a poor peepers
ti.>n my 1 il adi I ??? for, ol
? mi the I
. willi the reel of woman
To coi hon rer, of tba 1
? . tull Of th'-m
largs Sgure sn..us
OT .wi ria, uriah
trim plain bo ip
I and a half "I
U .I. ,, k and
front. i- to ' .thing moro
thar. bul >\ ld?
1 ? tba front:- at Um
left aim ma of tbs moire
? IW via.
c.. \- ??(. 'i bs lau .- ni"-'
thor I . after
r each hip: and B
f black ti
nd then ii ra h. tied.
? '? ?
lim.- way, ind the
?? oder tl
. ..\, 1 ? t h.. bodice with.at!
;. \s - ht down with lite..
raming can be m id.
? it lill-, a ll lOOpi
? . ;?::?! Tr\i\ SOWn
? i? rda bai k, h)i'".
I ,,f Upi lg] I ls tied
1 ? t . til'' fr a.!
. tbe result
gowi r< ry pretty in
.. r '.I.-, ,
?f the areal m . Bal
? on produc
ti ni the tailor-made
goa n. Some simph Iraprt irs Intro
? I large bul
1 with gi t. Of course
PS a petticoat beneath,
or a bright, *"
for 1 ? a Hie plain w
The plain ? .,,
1 rarfed by rowe of
1 ttom ami up one 1 i,'.- of
pal ??) with tin ' "J
? . 1., a ron ot taiga buttons si
. t. dtora "f trie skirt. I M
' ' .td- skirt, th- upper one I
d .. f. a rov I of tine shir ' **
ting "t to cf cate litne pretty 1 th
folds to fall aside, giving an ample view
of the smart petticoat beneath.
Another ls caught up In a single box
plait, and the plait ls held and buttoned
by a band at the hip. trimmed with two
rows of narrow braid. In this case the
skirt is simply loosened from Its Untrtfr,
and the lining faced with a handsome
contrast; so that no underskirt i? needed
The skirts' edge has three rows of the
braid. A Jacket to be worn with this
ls very smart, with short barque that
falte Jauntily away in front. The revers
are sharp points, and the sleeves only
moderate. Two rows of the braid trim lt |
A linen waste is worn beneath with small j
points falling below the waist line.
Thc tailor-made Kiri has not escaped |
tbe economical fever In spite of her repu?
tation for common sense. It finds vent
with her In a amall velvet or cloth vest,
which stretches across only the front of
lar bodice. It fastens at the hack with
strong bands of elastic. S.he tinda lt very
comfortable on warm days, for the figaro
civets the back, and the vest the front,
and there ls no unnecessary expenditure
A smart 1-mglish walking gown has a
bodice that is buttoned down thc left
sid<\ with small BOOS buttons. Throt
fine folds are taken in thc bodice BJCJOet
the bust, and drawn Into a small bucklt
HITHER AND YONDER.
BREEZY SOTEH HlQARPlSQ Ml M
WOUIN AND TUISOH.
raderewskle Again?What Constitute* Aa
Anthem?Sir Andrew Clarke's Favorite
An Exchange stated that P.idertwskl
!?- going lo Baake a farewell tour of this
country next year, and that his name and
hair will Le brought over on un extra
? * *
Lady Marjorie, the thirteen year old
daughter of Zxird and Lady Aberdeen,
ls probably the youngest editor In the
world. She lives In CanaBSa and ha* a
lovely suite of rooms in the government
house at Ottowa. lt is said that when
I/.rd Aberdeen was made governor
BO Boral, the little lady was greatly dis?
tressed, thinking the iWOSOCnal lp America.
would access!tate her reatgnation of the
editorship af her HUM paper, but svas
Consoled by being told that she might
continue to edit it here just as in Kn^r
Tailor Skirt No. ioio,
Tailor Coat No. ioik
in tte- centre. This ls all the trim- 1
lintel,' the i.,st.me BhOWS, save a j.lain
ii.,tin yoke Of th,- sam, BTai brown tint
i san a unique gown tin- other afternoon
that recalled thi styles of several years
a-;.., when ti"- Dtrectofre prevailed among]
us. At the back, small 1>,\ plaits of the'
material, which was of a rich r.-.l and'
bia. u mixture, -tatted from the ne. k and ?
fell til the feet, Cailgbt (fl .'if t-C '"'>/
b) a fancy black cording. I" front ami
al tia' sid.-, long black streamers ol
moire Boated away. At the mik there
was ;l fun ,.,,!iet i? black moir.-, edged j
with modest insertion. The affect wea
i ire, quaint; bul very pleasing.
EVA A- SCHUBERT.
LOVE II I li , -, I. ADI is ;
\ 1 .e. i ii foe On y I ' "i (rills Hint a
ll-re is a pchema which cannot fad to
i "', ION l.i'io
rjT--ri -_i-.tt-.1j -lrr--T^rz-nT-rr->-T--r-^rr
I Skiri 1 <Io-u
pattern. | pattern.
Nan I >t bring Jj .Seed, or brian
?' B I
i | -ts (lill.!.
w llb IO C Bia un I
MOUM the pat?
T lt B
rf Timbs Omen
a_ with h. cents and
Jj" MCUre tho pat
Having as stat,-1 in previous issues,
ueceeded m m-n<?g arrnagementa with
ne Of UM largest pattern establishments
i tn i country to furnish the readers of
ie "Tini'-s'- with patterns of >he eos
imes shown eaeh Sunday in the cnlums
' the "U'".'n.i/i and lion:,' WappiOBii Jil,"
. snail be |isd tO have all otu- readers
rall themselves of our liberal oft'r. Thc
ittpone, together with a fut/ dkocifptawn
lim patterns will be published in the
Ipplemeat, and it wall only be ne, f^.iry
cut out one coupon ont send that with
n cents in order to secure any one of
e patterns desired.
land. Lady Maru.ri** l? quite fl delicate
Child, and lt ls said that I l-l
nm. h Burk tv leal her Uti rarj i Sorta
a t ii aro s ? ry ambitious, si ? dd ?
ber bi sith.
a British woman tims esplalaod to a
friend who artsbed to anon the meaning
of ti." word "Anthem.'*?"If I said 'i'.rin.r
BM a pi- k axe' that Would '. t I ? Bfl
anti.en,, bul if I said, lng
brfng Dring mf tho pick?f*?>.-?,.'?
BBC bung me the bring nie the pick?
pick-axe,' that saould lie au anthem."
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps thus .presses
her siess^ r> raiding ss oman suffrage:
"Von ask me fur my opinion ol' the
BMVetUOnl for giving ioima/i thi (run
:hise. I hardly know how to answer yu
for 1 think everyone knows it ssh., happen
to know anything of me. Pot- nsartj
ssenty years 1 have egpressed it, In
sanson and out of season, till of i.,te, I
lase fallen on silence, from a conviction
hat there ssas "nobody BOW" /eft to
|m ak to on the suAgfect. I believe that
BM half of the human race, as a matter
if course, should have the right of suff
OgO. if the other half does. In restricted
mffiagi I must belt-ve. There should be
liulificatioi.s of intelligence, character
and education. If not of property, before
a vole is cast, but there should be na
parallel i,nP8 running. between men end
women riving electing privileges to the
ons; sex of which the other is deprived."
? * e
Mthouzh ^ere arp many autho? 8ay.g
an Exchange, who have made large for?
tunes, there are none, perhaps, who have
hal as hard a struggle as Mrs. Amelia
Bj. Rarr to win fame and f.rrtune.
Bbs began her literary life modestly
er ugh and gradually crept up the lad?
der or fame. Now *he i.? rnjoying the
dlaUsff of her career. Her home at Corli?
ss i-<?n-*)i"-Hudson, which eke has built
bv her labors with the pen, ls a charm?
in* pla- SOI a little back trom the town,
lt - on the Queen Anne style, surround?
ed with a large green. In a room on the
si OM floor Mrs. Darr can always be
f, nd before noon wilting assiduously
until lunch, when she n sis fir a short
tine, uni -.ikes a wa'k uoout the estate.
? ? ?
AsBSUds, of whom every schoolboy has
h- ro\ a is the most famou* and gifted
ss man la Qrooca nearly 2,'r? yars ago.
s was equally renown.'d fur her beau?
ty r'nd personal fascination; svjs Indeed
a prodigy of at'ractlveness and is likely
to lie. agaa h*noe, a synonym for lt
tl .ugliinit i iviliz.ition. She waa not, os
in my has.- thought, a representative
Athefdan; aha vsa? regjardad as a foreign?
er DOBBS a l ilise ot Miletus, even after
si. ahMd BOT horne in Atti' a.
? a a
The late Sir Andrew Clark, the famoun
p! aldan, believed heartily in fresh air.
simple di.-t, rind a cheerful mind aa re
n lial agunta lie once visited a pa
ri Whoso bed-room walls were cov?
er 1 with g paper of most depressing
-. r sad pattern. "That paper." said
Si- Andrew, deckdveiy, "ls quite enough
t. "tnl a aealtfcy man melancholy mad;
it< iff" t upon an Invalid, who ls rom
i- -I t> ],.- e^tit 1 and gaze upon it all
I BBUS4 he awful. You'll have to move
the patient itrto a more cheerfully pe>
pered room." "Hut, Sir Andrew, this la
th best uf them all," wad the remon
Btl inc. ''Then," said the great doctor,
"sui must buy a bright cretonne, or
Something, and hide these dreadful walls."
And Cretonne was purchased accordingly.
? ? a
Mme. Ra .iini't, the eminent French
beauty of thia <entury, and one of the
gentlest and sassiest of women, waa
hiwhly i allured and accomplished. She
had In an evtaorilinary degree, tho gift
Busking friends. HotBithstandirwr her
amlabteneas and modesty, she Incurred
the ill-will of Napoleon, who evinced to
ssard her the littleness of his disposi
llnn?lefiiHrkahle in bo great a moo.
Bbc accepted at .sixteen, a huebuad old
enough to l?.? her father, with no higher
feeling than respect.
.No woman of whom we have any record
BBg ever excited so much love, and es>
p. n. te >-d so little. In truth, there la
p .ison to beiiei'o tho! she was Innocent ot
tiu- grand pa ar len presumed to t>e unl
s.t-;ii She enjoyed the homage of KUcb
men as Prince Augustus, of lTussia, the
Ijuke il" Montmorency, Laval, tani Ches
leeubrinnd; hut not imf. of them could
touch her heart, all this love, amount
b -; fu worahlp often, waa as much a
bributs IO h.-r mental as to her physical
? a ?
\Voii..n in Italy, Germany, Kussta,
Spain, Bpnadaaasj and In our own country ?
diout whom men have raved, and vs lin
shorn they have he-en miiilly In love, might
a nan."'! BB cxajnples of intellectual
nagnetMBB. Pretty barga and ehapely
kgUreS make a favorable Impression, and
nggeat Inward sources of BtoraeUvcaesa
tut If tli.se be absent, those go for
Ittle. Whoa we seo a fine face, wc BB
levs inevitably that g ano BsIsmJ aceeas
itiies it. If the mind be lacking, ss.- fed
ippothted! as if we had been BO0BB
lOW Imposed un; as If we had bei>n
rapped by a counterfeit presentment
Parring fancies are Brasassd by fair
ppearancea; deep and lasting interests
y mental and spiritual rOOlltiea Any
io- may tire of corporal allin, au ats
lily signs to speak i-i,miner.dalis tt it ;id
? it's.- Bubstaathal goods. Bul latdl dn
/ graces OO riot f.ule OT f;iJ! They lix
IfectlOn, and feed it with BUCB moisture
ml ?unsblae from constant thosaght and
rmpathy that ri grown and strengthens
. the i nd.
latdlccl in a woman is the heat guar
itee, ss hen he iii once caught, of I manly
? a ?
Mrs. Terry, Marlon Crawfords mother,
ho Hw a io Pom", Italy, la . a d to
? the oldest resident of the an- ll Bl
IVaJter Besaat, the English authur cons
sins thal in the prayer-book there are
,isets for all sorts of OCcaudoBS) Mitha
arriagea and deaths, "but no fonn of
auks or petition for the betrothal of a
ung man and maid "
? * ?
lust before his retlreinont, Mr. Glad
. appointed tiree women to shaj--'
the honors and lain rs of a ms al'emi?
ssion appointt 1 lo inquire into im
rved rii.-thods of secondary edUCBtloa in
Igtand. Tills is the lirst IfMtSUsce, svhen
un-n, except nv-tnbers of the royal
USekOld, have held office ntid'T the
n ti-uiual of the rjueen. Lgdy l-'reder
I Cavendish. Batter -in -1 gw te th.- duke
Iievonshlre, and Mrs. lAdgWkik, prin
al of -Vewnham, and Beater Of Mr.
thur Palfour, wera two of the com
m ? *
t may be of historical Importance to
tord that about six weeks Bg I Mr.
nlstone was thoroughly examined by
I medical adviser who found him to be
wonderfully strong and healthy man
BM age, v Ith a vigorous heart, a
ul appetite, sound lungs, muscular
lbs, and a full and deep voice, lie
I altogether full of vivacity and vital
Mr. iHailstone Informed his medl
attendant that he slept excellently,
1 that ba the intervals of work he
i found the greatest enjoyment la
literary puraults.-Loadoa Lancet.