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" Evening gown-of white Brussels net embroidered with jei ;_ beads, and : _ black ribbon .velvet.
Deep floun?e of accordeon-plaited black chiffon/with white chiiTon ruffle at foot finishes the skirt.
Corsa-e of shirred- net, with; boler.o efTect in jetted lace; lace drapery over bust; fullbell sleeve^ Cor
tage and sleeves edged with pink roses^ White silk v uhdeVdress. - White gloves. 1 '
The Dispatch Correspondent Describes Some
Fashionable Toilettes She Has Recently
Seen at Auteuil-Cloaks.and Coats.
PAruS. December, 2S.— The weather has
been so! unpleasantly English during the
past week, ■■that the attention of fashion
able women; has alternated between the
Question of furs for outdoor wear, and on
in-door dress. . .
The races; at Auteuil have continued, in
f-pite of the stormy -weather, and hay*.
attracted large crowds of* fashionables.
Among these present last Sunday, I ob
served the Princess d'lsenbiirgv -who ap
peared in a distingue looking- green vel
vet toilette: : ii The skirt and corsage of this
unique costume was encircled with straps
pings of cloth.: Over tills was worn a short
paletot sacque, with . deep turned down
collar of ermine. The Marquise de/St:
Croix 'wore a costume of steel gray drab
de sibo'lfne. entailleur,/ ':■ ie skirt of which:
revealed narrow panels of similar colored
velvet between each plait, the bolero cor-
Fase haying a; shoulder 1 cape of velvet,
finishing': in. narrow; stoic ends" in front;
Ths. ensemblage was completed by a sable
l-oa. and muff.. The Countess de Walde-.
vilie was attired in a moduro z'beline/ cloth
town, trimmed with sable. The .bolero
was relieved by the introduction of three
bands of gold braid and gold/t assels,
Which 'decorated a semi-vest of turquoise
blue cloth, which appeared : beneath ' the 1
:oose fronts of the bolero.
Another very pretty costume,' worn; by a
•well known professional celebrity, was; a
basqued close fining coat of the ; same
claret colored velvet- toilette. A- ! long
wh-et. trimmed with petit-grls. bordered:
the collar, while broad,- rolled back fronts
and deep cuffs completed: the effect.- :
There is really more -attention - being
paid, Just at this moment, _to outer, gar
ments lor evening.; wear than to the din
ner or- theatre -dress itself. In fact,: it
costs quito a' small fortune' to/ purchase
the most recherche of these evening
cloaks. The elaborately., made fur or. lace
trimmed cloth coat is"., an exquisite > gar-/
ment, but at the same time it cannot take
the place of the opera cloak, -.which -is
equally/ expensive; and is a wonderful
combination " of rich ; brocade.; heavy;: lac*,
and inie epobroidery^on the; brocade, , or
white, blue: or pink cloth similarly treated.
Both coaisand cloaks ; figure among/the
o;>era garments, the; coats having; widq-
Rlcevee, while, tht clcalisrare,' soiarnple'as
-to eriirely ccncca! the figure. . On«: must
positively* chose or.c's opera cloak wit h a.
view to the figure, as so many "styles. are
apptaring .which; 'are I utterly
to tho contbus of some.: while to those^ of :
othc-rs they sceni". to naturally conform.-:
Heavily... corded silks -and satins are = worn
1n pale blue, yc-llbwr; and r especially/ -in^
white. They are; trimmed twith t ermine
and sable, and lined throughout JjwlUi;
white; fox; fur." .In fact," all; 'evening^ coatst
and cloaks are now^ being lined^with.fur.v
•■'AEnUr6i'eoMs. : 'aiVdV;c*oMts^6l./«mlrie;-are'
trimmed twith sable? • Some releg^nt cloaks
*re in yellow/ satin ? ori brocade,; trimmed
on the iihesofith^eacqufc: coat: but shapi
*& in at tht sides-sln contrastto'thepale
ycHoW satiniTare the. large storm collar of |
fur and revers of the same. ' " j
A new; model? of an evening, wrap, j
I have ; sketche<s^isfn>ade;:withsa.vrouna^|
cape, which is edg«S:With(Russlani: sable.!
and flare'collaf^linedlwith plaitcd;chiffonr ;
The material 1 isrmouse^coloredcloth.TjTne^
cape a^d upp^SportJdh?ofltheyvrap.iaro_
trimmed with 'white vbroadclothh ? bands;;
and fcdgcd iwith : soutach^ braid, fornuoffj
KCmares. The front is: .trimmed; with iwhHe
Eilk. ornajiiehte'iand' tassels^eachS.sldeii>e-;
JJig edffea? with; white embroidered £ clotli^
'x .i* eleeves ; are .th>"ti»ual I style; >wJthX«e«pf
■■ turn ■ back r cu««iofiwhjt6lclot!i,; table .and •
tmbroid'-ry. Sable edges |bj cutaway,
caj J<3 and collar^- Tho erorm«nt is lin«4
with white satin. A very. : handsome gown;;
worn by We Couh.t«s»-Liuvllle^at-. a> recent
dinner" party; at the ; ItaJiaji] mbasEaaort^
fonr,« '■■ th'«Teoit>j«ct • of enother.; one Of ray
.with silver , paillettes, over, the' crepe ,de
chine. The low corsage is erlgede rl ged and.trim
mefl with turquoise .-beads,- with shoulder
straps of same. From the belt;" which is
pointed and of -'■ panne velvet; extend
the same trimming. The plaited flounce
which is of the point, d'esprit," with lace
appliques, is attached to the close-iitting :
'skirt with; lace; ornaments, outlined with
the : blue. Flowers made of blue satin rib- :
bon iare gracefully' arranged en the .cor
sage and skirt, these,. having, foliage of
green velvet. , - . . ' ;,
"■■■. Another very rich effect, charming in its.
t-implieity, selected as .; the most attrac- k
live, for another/ illustration, has a. skirt;
of white net over white taffeta. .The
skirt is worked in horizontal bars of. jet
beads i and lace beaumg. with narrow blac\f
velvet ribbon. run in. An accordion plaited
lilac chiffon. • flounce., with puff of white
chiffon belo%y, ; linishes " the skirt. ~Pink
chiffon, roses edge .-the,, neck, of the low
corsage.. and the bottom of elbow sleeve,
which is bell-shaped^ and_of white net'dot-'
ted with pailettes. ; Tlie corsage; is- of , the
same, net shirred- and with; a fitted belt
that also forms the trimming on front of:
' corsage; giving a bolero effect. This: trim-f
mingis niade of lace, -embroidered 'with •
jet ; beads, with a 'draped, trimming of lace
"over ■ the breast; ; At . a recent'?.dinner . the"
subject of another, sketch was very much
coriimente.d upon. "This gown; worn by the
young arid extremely" chic hostess, was of
\yhite.r.et. with design of flat silk. circles
■'and : : chenille ■ tasseis. : The" shoulders^are
: held in place by a string of pearls % ana the
[ibw^corsage. edged [with^chenille ' tassels;
with a"; pearl between 'ca'ch; " The." sleeve
falls off the shoulder, and is edged top and
bottomv^ike the neck., with' rrfull :under
sleeve of- net and cuffs embroidered in;
pearls.. .The lower- part: of- tne.skirt. is
"worked in pearls. The gown is. over/pink,
"crepe de chine, with; taffeta skirt beneath'
:both."; , '" ■ - ".;■ ■' ." , c :
. ; In .the two-figure .sketch, a companving
this"'letter is shown . another evening- effect
inl crepe, de'ehine. ,trininied|.witn a Grecian
border, worked in gold_ thread aridicolored;:
'silks.- The front 1 is shirred.-.i thet'sleeyes. ;
jacket-: arid yoke of -..'sliirfjare^^ tucked, fthe:
mndersleevQs: also being., tucked landv erii : ;
broidered around: -The;.? tlounce: of -the'
si eeve J is", simply, gathered on ." -; the f oo ti of {
the! skirt "beingXtrimmed:.wjthdt«je";- Greek)
border; ; The other "figure reveals an eve
ning, waist of lace, and mousseline.-Th^.
• ■monssellT) e" is shirred : yitli lace straps that
extend below the waist. A.V lace, cap"; holds
the'^full '■-; shirred i sleeve;;; of^mousseline^
whichr'is'appllqued with lace arid fedg'ed;
with ■ fine- jet trimming. '■' Jet; pendants "also}
■tfimithe^ront.vThelbelt is;Ofsblacktyel-,
vei. with hansome tilver clpsps.
'A* word : about;Hourices;here ; will; not ;be.
■ inopportune. A • distinctive- note is to be
remarked in a smallspace ;riow^ •frequently^
iritervcriing between ; a ?l series i, of , volants, \
Which latter again. of tfn increase in depth;
"asithey. mount upwards, :inbdel;
••■'carried •ilat-shapedivolants;';
reoafcel^m'cre .than" bands to the knee, the
edges of which wore left , unhemmed.
>^propp^;bf{ewning.^t^r^ r so^>fjthe;
mostV fascinating n'cliu brrthes arc in
feitherlwhiteltulle 'of some delicate; color,*;
it he' frills hemmed with a narrow:- rouleau*
I W;Batm:S- This" is ;^rapedj^ery|lbw! around ;
aheshoulders.^ arid Ibriri^s; abou t■. the } pejeu-i
Rliarly • "trufsod" appearance, which, if
iwell worn U. sopirturesque and plcasmet
' „ - - '•*•"• '■ ■--'
'"-■■* it RR j "SliTiijltins % irsxst'- tsii) > f ii<3 steps T-&no.« bfr^'s
!|rari*B.*:searc!j lor us-~ iatcH«-Kcjv>tiiojQOQrj
Ed, ; with; a "nervous pecit :"■ mi the' direction
otVher lips. ''Ye's.^l ; ; have "been taking, a;
drop; or two. " Tommy • brewed ■ some apple-;
toddy, /which .. was; •. irresistible-^arid ' the
.numerical-.value of a Christriias Eve is •; as '-
great asjtlmt.. of, Christmas.; Day,; my dear.
Once; a "year makes it a long time be
tween drinks ; of apple-toddy, such; as
Tommy brews. .., . • . . '
"Had a ;iittle v adventure on .ithe .' way,
home, ; too, which delayed . me a : bit. ■: No, I
wasn't; hurt; but there's no telling what:
might . have happened "'. if-— -howe'ver, ,- si t ■
down. Here and I'll"' tell you ail aboutit. .
; "You-; know/ there have been" .several
hold-ups in town lately, and . Tommy yell-!
Ed to" . me as I ran " out 'of the cliib to but
ton.my 'coat, but : i: said, 'rot!' ; Just like
that. :-RQT.' '-i^?!^ 1
.-"W?ll,-I.knew yoiivtvere waiting for. me
to help ; you decorate, the tree for; the boy,
so I scudded, alorig/as quickly; as possible
for. the crowds in •; the streets,, and just as
I turned into :' Sixth—pretty.-, i dark, •; you '
rkribw, 7 in spots— a big, 'slouching;' looking"
fellow came towards/me, lunged : into ?me
witha^fmo pretence of being Jipsy; and
almost .jostled > rae = oft: ithe sidevv alk. .■,■■■•,: ;".
"Tommy's warning sizzled through. my
brain. ' ' \': :,L ■ ■'"■'■■ly. :\--. ;-';;; ■.■'.■■-.■-■:
"P clapped my hand to mysidepocketj
k and found 'niy-. watch: gone.; In two; strides
;l : ; caught up with the rascal, wheeled hSnv
; about. t,'and,-'t ,'and,-' v w»ii-i.m : y'"]h'ah'd.; on; myV'pistol"
pocket^: Ir "demanded -tha't';watch, : ;iri s ; t"ones :
I'll "bet he; won'tvforget-in:a;blue ; moohr
The fellow I looked -"scared,^ actually rwenl r
.white, iny^dear. ? Eyerie in : thejsemiidarlc^
ness, I" saw his- hand ; shake'^^as' he'- pulleia;
o\it4he- watch' and' handed: it over" without
a word.^.' -; ■" - ■"."/'*-. . ".;'.;'•■; ,-.-':- '.'.-' '
i '-'■ ("Of course,- T kept -an'; eye * on; him ' till ,
he had .turned the, cbrner\; which" he\did.
in double-quick -time,^;ybulm'ayV> believe, 1 ;
;arid-I iather '- think fs-::my?dear,!?fh<^added/-if s-::my?dear,!?fh<^added/
i -jumping ;to I. his j f eet'vK arid ~: swaggering
[ about' the ' 'robml with 7 his v hands ' in';jhis '
pockets, -■'•>, "that -f l^-did \.a -riiighty s plucky
" thing when you come; to look J at 'it. I .' Quiet;
street; dark;; night; ; burly,' ith'ief, farmed; 1 '
. perhaps.' ; Not"- bad*, eh," for ;a;man\ of (niy]
size? -;I rather. lainkvl: did' the"Holdihg--up
myself, ehV" - .
-,:*lndeedMt = looks that way," murmured
'his; wife, .-proudly," 'though her "cheek
blanched a bit.
"But, Samuel; your watch; is ; :onlyour
dressing room Uable.T- You>never ; ; wore; it
•down town "this riiorflirig at- all." -\ ••*
- ; ' ■ ' •:. ~. ■■ -' ■ ■ ' ~ ';; C.v RYI/A.ND; B
Womanly. 'Answers
Womanly Ouestions:
'; Correspondents j will please write on ;one
side of their -paper, only..
* All communications miibl be addressed
to Editor : ol Woman's Tage. -
J. W. :P.: P.— Inclose your friend's card in
the invitation -to : the card party, which'
you :are giving 'in- her honor.:
Xoihing elso is necessary.
S. T.— This : coliiriin: would ■ not presume
to- answer: quest ions'*;of/.sospersonalKa^
nature as the T ones; you, asked; You." had
better^ talk witli: your mot .her: or; older" sis
ter about the matter.
S ■•Jar.el'— It seems a great risk to take for
so 'little pleasure." I think I would not
take it,- if 1 were you.. S?M^P.
May;S.'— (1) Unless -you arc engaged to
the' young: man I. do ii n '~ think X rigriit
for you ito accept a handsome* piec^j of
jewelry -from him.
-C 5) Ye?, it would be quite the correct*
Frocks , all in- one ! piecc are." worn by
girls as well as boys, uiiJ fire nic/tt be
coming. A yoke over the.shoulderr. hid
deii-under atlac^collar^and:rtieTmaterial^
velvet ; or vclv^tec-n.-hanging- ; in r Etraiffht;
box or side pleats, i& picturesque- rind
becoming: n'belr.of black -or "wh:te ! leatli-j
el. and worn well below the waist -Hue
is" a -necessary adjunct to this one piece
' laddie^ and l "lassie?, we'll htep«p
To; the/ farid where/ the- Fuzzy.- Wuzzies
iSoS'Piit t'U your cap- find your TB3ttft"S ■
Jump onto this page an d hold on tSght,
And away thro'scli Lhc blu': we'll whizz
i'And be -there: before you can count
■For "the '. Fu'zsies . they live sr. the Is^es of
: And*; this'; oage •Is '-.the ■ ship -that ■ "will 1 , carry.-
They are "fu'nriy wee folk as you.- will. soon.
"irVlienvyou .* pay- tti6tn &.'- visit -/.witit .«Js.ciC:
Now.^ 'Jack, just -climb up tills column
-' To' f - the too of ■ the page. yaclc ansT^reroj ■
"aye, aye,**
iFOrThe'is an air-shiptlad, you see.
And" his weather eye keeps for, this queer
countree.
And l"larid ;; ahoy !'-'■ .■•he "■. presently „r shouts,^
While bur /: good ;i»age; is brought to -the
.-;.: round-about. >
And:we"anchor:safo:in;the : harbor;there,;
And ;^tep /ashore on the Islesj of -the; Air:
The streets are of froth and the houses
of foam. "
;^rid ;; tliey' re ; pain^A'' all colors ; from : pale
pink, to chrome.
The f trees Tarid the ; grass^ar e red, 1 orange.
and blue, -^ ■ -> '
And/the^ roads; and the/ fences are;bright
' : : .v/; colored, too. - ' ,
But:, what /is >; that/ sound like a bee ; on a
buzz?
Be! quiet, . my' dears, that's ; the : first : Fuzzy,
"Wuzz. ' • '
See/him/bbunding along on" the tips of, his
■ ; - 'toes, / ._ -_""/ ..-.'. .-
What: round: goggle: eyes!/ What a funny
- ; wee .nose! .' : :'. ; r . . '-
And a big.; red 'balloon, for a head,; I;de
■■. " "clare. ,
Are -the-: folk" all like- him m the Isles/of;
"•;■-■' •thV'Air?^ --:.'••; r ; " : ..'.-."/'--.
"No, here comes-a." green one, and there.
comes a blue,.
With a. "welcoming . smile comes a yellow
• one!' too. .""_.- ' -
Fuzzy.-wuzz,-; fuzzy- wuzz- is y the sound
.. - that they make, ■ . ' ■-. ' ' i,"
As they bbiind; o'er,; the. froth-streets our
. " ., hands for to shake. 1 , .
They-doJnottspeak English, but we un
i^/./derstand, / - - : * .'x.
For Tthey .-.speak the -.same ■ language we
~ : .;./ use'-in*;the';Land ' / .' ■ : <: //,v /
Of Nod every night when ,we go trayel
/, r ' ling Hhere. :.;,'*; ,1 -:':: ; . ; '.V :.-:... .;•, " --iw- .:}< : li
?• For it's only three stars from the Isles of
" /./ /'-the; Air. s ■■''.. /-; -\. ■ ://:.- '.--■-■'■ :-;-.;
; IJSlr. ;.■ Red.: Fuzzy- Wiizz how invites us to,
■ lunch, ~ " . -,-t'
£'' Shall we go?" Hip, hurrah," cry the; lads
'' :in a bunch," ■ '
And. we. follow; our. host.to the orchard,"
:- ■ where "he. ' ■ ' .^^' \_ >'/.."■/;.■ ?: ':
Presents to each fellow his own luncheon
' tree. "; ■■■■ .-' '
\ On niine grow the bowls of hot syllabub
; ■'; . .soup, v . ; ,- ; - .-/"■
On Jack's snow-drop cakes that curve
; ' ; : ; intoahoOp,?/ .\ '■:. :■'/: ' ,■ , - S
/ Snow-pudding on .Tom's, ■: air-plant salad
' onMay's, „ ; : \;" ' • ;
For" dessert, 'floating-island, spun candy,
- ..iced; haze. ■•• : : .' '-: . ._ '' ,
"'Tis a feast for the gods,", all; the; chili,
•j : ;•■ dren declare, > ;. : .'..' . ; F/vj- 1 -^-'
As they, drink to the. health of the Isles
r; ;'. ;/.of the' ; Air ,;:/,/ ■*.■:''-■ / ■■.;-;:/■"
■ In -bumpers of rain-drops, just "seasoned
. : V; "\ : i'\ to; taste, ■•■. '■- - : *. • c
■ Then, good-by to our host, for/we- have
: ■' .'- '■; to make haste / J /..;■", V
J If to: witness the games'. we have; any de
. ; ; . : sire;/ -'"-/• ":['., 'y.-Y:/'. /I '■ ..--■-=.■
"Take r your All's; ready,", cries
1 '.the Fuzzy street-crier. ' .' - .
' ; ThenVa ' gay . little chap / with a red little
'•: -„':■■' face, ■ «w« w „_- : ,"
■: Calis out; .."I am. ready to run in a race
} " With "all of you fellows in pink,' blue.
' - : nnd -green!" ; - -.---*•
' J. Oft they start, arid. the ; race is -the queer
3 ■..- .-■,'■-." est'e'er-seen. ; . .< :/-■';.'.;;" W '?-:)■ *'■'-■'■
For : they ; have to . touch base at ' each
r ' . ■■' : - : - ' star as they -run, /._» -.-';.
I And • they, .'ck up - such star-dust it hides
: " * every one . ,
- Till the" red Fuzzy Wuzzhops itight/onto
' the 'head . • • ' • . -
:, Of the^'Man ;in the-.Moon; who. is snoring
'; - -in bed, - ■ . . , -v ■ ■' '
*'- And ;;he ; jumps ;up /and ; kicks him _■ clear
c : to the Isle 7. v /;; ~/ : '- ■■"'V?. /"
'^iihink^ I/have "won,".; says ; Red ; Fuzz
c : .V ..-with a" smile:
' Then ; four little Fuzzies, whore/ come
c : '.; ; : -'■', frorii afar.".- '^s;^P\..---:.y^^A\t.pt%. : -
s Eachihitches his wagon close up/to ; a
a ' " star. - " " ' » • . '■- 1
515 1 : : Arid "/they ; trot; a hot- .heat: ■ so near, to
c "'-■-'■ -the/Sun ;--;,v//- : ;;/;V- •-";.- /- ';.- «-,//-^
?.] That/their- poor .little,, faces: begin also
.- to run.. •:;■:-: .""; j"-.;-..'.- ' ;--/ , r* ':-."- :
£■■■ .'(lf-'-.they ever . o'ertook /them .we ! .riever
■ : . ; found out. , t -' •; ,
if go" that part; of the ; programme we'.niusi
s ,/-;:*./ get on .withoift.); ■:i r^z}.<^i^>--^ " .: V>'/';
n A -Fuzzy ; in blue does ■a : wonderful .trick,
> l ? I He" yau its . over, a star with a pole double
s: "" . " quick. '••.._' '.'-..
»• Artdjhere -comes a "pink one..whb ;dancej
it r -- - -n-ith ease - .-'" : ■ ; ; -: r/-v:U:-..;■;■:/r /-v : U : -..; ■;■:/
?? ■pn;-the':tailiof;a : ! Comet— a skirt dance,
jd' if you please. • ; •.
it" ;Theh a dozen or two of the Sharp-Shoot
ers' Corps "
II ~^^--^-v;^--.-v-.,:-:, -.. --■, ■::■..<>■■ 1- ■■■■-.-:■.■,
■- s'hremclbtKfsba.rred, with -soutache;
edeed bandsof . whitejcloth:" Band
of • embroidered -white :/ cloth
* Mown the front, trimmed -with?
; silk' cord ornaments and tassels.
t ■:■: t^ytirxs ot w iiitc c»*oii~ w i tii tjiii**
fllSroiderv bands, High coJlatM
liiied with ; white i plaited chig§g|
; violiar,"s cutaws v ca.pc 3tict 'CUij.sj
I ||tf^feclged with sable, Thc/gfiV^:
; -Robe of^ white ooint .d'esprit em t/roidered^vith?spa,ngles and turquoisc'beads;- J. Corsage ledgedt^r .^
with bead studded bands" tassels of same falling on bust and skirt. :•'■ » Large flowers made of. blue satm.^>i
ribbon trim i corsage and -skirt: v ThY b^is of : blue, panned The eritire^s^mejis^d^^^^
WithY shobtingtstars . load vup -their: rifles
.:.,_- w -^^ey/ swore / ~ : lS^'' : :•> --' ■ '-'■ ' -*' •':•!'■ --= 'i<'-'
They '.would " shoot- .'the f Great;' Bear in the
.-■: white ofihls^eye).;- -'..:>y' ■;. '- .'■•■•. "v - ■■'■■; '.':.
Bang! bang! ' Yoii ". and hither ' the ; shoot-"
ing stars fly. • . -?«Si-l -;. '
But 'the: Great Bear, looks.up with.a grin;,
. and says he." ' ;:>';-'■ «.'*'-
1 'You're no better shots than Ted Roosey
v:,-::,;;velt';be!":;:--..: \ . -.. ."'-.."■"'■ -
Cries the ■ Crier.-."The evening \ programme
Xr.-'-_willX r .-'-_ will conclude ""■'•".'
With a ; boatrrace; V Don' t - ; leave : till its
„ - over; it's rudfi." . ' : '' : '-':<V.£'r-~^-')f'. : -'- '
So-r-though^we; can , hear bur: page vget-;
' '■ 'tiPS -UP : steam./;'.;. J.,iJ_. iil:iu^;L : -.--v:
:We'il sit'tili the : end and :be quiet- as
*; ■ cream. " /'■; '■'.'•-• : :-:';"v;. :; : ;: .. •-.
For. wecanriot Imagine how, Fuzzies pret
•:. -pare .. : . -: •'. . .-; . ■- '■■ <: . ■■■.■ -■■■:.■ -■■ -■ : ; - .■
For* a boat'\, race .way; up in' the;, Isles of
the Air—
They catch the -long clouds that at: sun
■■■.'■■ set you see, " , .■-' . .
/in the v west,; and they; jump^in-;and ;cry
:V-:5 '-'hard' a-lee!"A : ;- ;"■■■;: ■ ■,: " : ■-'*.'. ■■ l'~K/-'- ■■-" ?i?->*M
And lone- boat ; is; manned ;by the Fuzzies
„ ..... in. green, -... " _.} '„ -- '-.•'-. '■
'And another : byj ; pink "ones 'of /exquisite
' • sheen. l ..■ ? ;--■:, .' '- . r-J-: ; ;■ ■-. - ; :
"And the others ; - in fpyrpl^- and '■lilac -and
:'--: v.; blue;. ■;"'";-. : ;;-... : . :V,'A-^^SW'''- : -'Vr T '^->';-"v £
You've \i "seen ; themj I'm sure. Now,-; think !
: ; Haven't' you?
.thef feathery /white billows -of /air
''■' -"■.'=- '■•: how they^ily. r :- : :-r:' -:,/:/-^ :-
With their.Vfaces aglow in the ; bright
*■,:,: western 1 sky! - ,
They row. like ■■brave fellows with might
'"■'■"■ - 'valid witKmain, *
/And they; sing as they ; bend ; to > their oars
this refrain: ,„-,. •• - •
■ / OutTo'er thesunset sea, « -- . ...
i ;;i /; Who'lLrowia faciwlth me?-;-,.-.-;
/ Strbhg;andvbrave must he be ; - ...■■•■;
. , . ; ;Fuzz "Wuzzy— O
' ■■■.-■ Swiff 'flies Cour. racing'iscull.
■■,-; Stvift as the white sea-gull./
' Bendto'your oars and pull .':*.
FuzzWuzzy-O /
"Ah; the Pinks; are^ behind! Row up
there!" hollers Tom,
As they swirl r through the ether .and
churn 'it: to foam."; • / _
Andl they : ; pushy the\boa t'S; nozzle ) by _r. inch : ;
and by inch -
Just a; little i ahead; % "Gee ".whizz!-; It's, a
' cinch!" ' '~
Yells Jack/ standing up on the tips of
J - his .toes.
"Ope" more .pull ! v All together !". and they
'- win by a nose. -
All (the "• Fuzzies, f ch ?masse,-;, : take us down=
to the pier. '-
And r ' then— as'Cwe -board our good page—
■ give a cheer. ' -
And we " hear;. them still call, as we steam
'**/** t\/\f\ Viv'** ''^"ffiTTtp " ■ &£r&in *'■ *»oon^ '-* ■■■-*— f *iion '
JUiriced'beeJEiwlthP'potatoes. ■■:■■
Turkey stuffed with ch^strruts.
\ wojiftci^* cixnnoti bfr^said^-to} oc . tiruly^&T"!
I tractive or popular unless she Is loved and
ladrfilr^vblititb^lmemtie^^ih^riownl^xi
as well as the ' opposite; ' She must be -vti
i coined Sby | all. • old - and. youngr. male and
: female. •• or : she - cannotibe ;an^at :
tractive woman^.without; reservation.^
' : She must be" herself .• her beat self ."at all ;
• tlm>s and th ; al I "peopler'she , must. think*;
and act-for;hertelf.sM*"expre»:h«rTpwn:
person she may admire or who la admired;
;ly"- the lords of creation. - Inar>ldu«llty,
when ; combined . with polite' manner, and
Uct. " ls ' always attractive: i A-- woman*
h.W.; better thin ;
•j Ar girft 'to* po~- truly popular never says
mean thing's about - other Vgirls,.~ thinking:
that the ? men will like - : her ■ bet ter, ; and
. slie; doesn't ' try - to', monopolize .the . : atten-*
: tioris ofjiall . the men at once, but is willing
.-to /-let "other ; girls ; have their share of ad-*
miration' and attention 5 ?" along - with ' her.
She idoesij't- mope : and" retreat iwithih her-? -■
;self :if^there:are";no men about \ 'to admire' 1
: herV;but'she' cheerfully; sets 'about 'making;
■;th'e". best^'df without ;them; - and •
?making' ( auch 'companions :'asTstie?ho> Hap-;;
an& brighter for-herj; preserve. l' :>■
-v'.lf sht,has:a grievance!she;k*eeps.it: to"
: herself. .-; for" a.' • woman y with " a.' grievance'
*is?;very~soori 'voted: a ■".bore."- The" :^eeping,:
i'falntins&r sad-eyediyoung i-womah iis J very
"jnuch ?ditt /of nowadays,*; not] only/in~ ;
Inovels -6u t in real life," and ; the; healthy/
: happy; "'i'indep'enden t/^ cheer'f u i ? arid .sunny ;
girl^ha's "totally eclipsed -her in popular! tyVj
..i'A '' ' +; ■ , ' .
■ "Poti c-- Vflany .
el.'" G£ • I !!
•; - ■ ■ j.- ■■ ■ ' ' / ■■;;■■ : • ■■■•■ • " '
'^ /...". 2jV (By,, John. Masefield.) -- ■
Vlt's ■ a';^unny,vpleasarit; anchorage Is
Kingdom Come, • -
Where crews is alwayarlaj-in* aftfor dou
ble-"tots*o' rum,' "
there's ''danciri'/n'- flddlin' of ev'ry'
kind-o' sort—
It's^a fine :placefer; sailor-men ;is>; that
'■ the&'lvotLv:;,'^::^'- :.:■:-.'■ ;:-~\' : ~-- -■-'■■' V'-.
/N' I wish— • '-- , ,
'.-.I wish as I.was there. ;.: •'- ■'■'.: '.--V:;
.■\ • . ' ■ ■ :
.'.'The w^ids . is never nothin'- 1 more - than
-'-;-jos'|j;li^ht airs.
>'N* no" oi\e gets belay in' -pinned, ■ 'n' ■ri o one
_.ivne'?fir' swears; - f . .---\- '•• ■: „ r .
; Yer f reej to; loaf- an' >: laze" around,* yer pipe
5 ;~^atwieen^yer- 1J PP S '
on the fo'c's'le, sonny, Jookin'/ at
'I wish as I was' there.
'.'For ridm', in - the anchorage ?the ships of
air'fhe world
:33ave ; go j;': one anchor down • 'n* all sails
- " ; - furled.
;j!Alll the "sunken i hookers 'n'- the crewsias
" took f 'n- died - . . - .
They, lays there merry, sonny, ; swingin' :
to, "the tide.
v I wish as I was there.
"Drowned old, wooden hookers, green wi*~
drippin' wrack.
Shfps as' never; fetched to port, as never
' en m> baric, - •
ISwirigij^^tolthe blushin* tide.i dippin* to :
- the'*swcll,
'N* the x-rt'ws all singin', sonny, beatin'
J wish aa f was thorc.
.... * * _ '
|s?Ef;yo* stumps yo' toe stoi> h' Herin-'JaKij
"deltoe'll itop hurtin'.
' De di'mond gwine shine no matter, what!
yo' say 'bout it.
■ -'.When' de bank ■.busts,;. hit's bust. ■ bu ||?^
;kin fallerslmeh'jdeTstockin' . fuL ,
Don't- rouse "de s'picions oh yo* neigh-:
bors .by" keepin' yo' •back lot too clean ob
To" may hay tlrr.o to burn' b-it yo* ain't
got time to waste to' de {Ire Ss. Kindled.
■•• • 'Taint no use ' 'spectinV ; posterity t to.
whoop yo' up; posterity's got to die, too.
Dar am two ain't nebber.sat-,
isfied; de mouf ob a sewer an* de yeah ob
a tattl£-ta!e. ' ' .
- Don't hod-ober yo' biiness Cor- fear ,oq
telkin' in yo* sleep.
felNolusettakin";*; to ■ de, goods'; for,; soiltuce; ■
crawl in yo' own mln' an* - ; shet down de
M&tt : yo!£cyan;tj_atan'a-upla_trafeM A<m&a&
iaifiri: *>ts.n' up strftfjsbt on yo' criitches,*
Here is some-'.gooVl|bu»laeaa:advie«?U^
?? phr|^?JfrwU|e^fe
- ,-.■,.. .---.1.: ■ '. - ■..,•■•■■■■•;-: '..-'-5 "•..-". vl'-'i.'-'-.-r.. ■.'•-' .
ceived from you. ': I ;' rememberireadlnt '" . .
I once^ that': some' fellows' use t< /
-conceal ithought;;b.ut'lt'sbeen:myexpe» j .
: rience that a good many more use it' mi; ■•'
atead/of thousht. - ■ -'. - - ' ,"; :
"•- A" 'business man's conversation ::shoUlaiS.i^
be regulated '-by fewer- and; simpler; rules ; / ;
"than t any;: other.. function. ;of the human
antmal.: They are: /
7 Have something; to say. ; - . »
-.; Stop: talking. - - - - • , f^
v^Begirining before -^ydii know *Vrhat -you ■ '
"want Ito I saj- .? and-i keeping ;< on .-■ after* you ■
'have sakl it* lands 9 merchant -in alaw3ult m
or .the-poorhouse-^and,;the first; ia'a%short ;.;
i;cutstoUhe;second. > *I:maintain; i a ; ilegal «c
: partment:here;*andlt costs/alot of imoney.
[ buti»it'sUolkeep*me=from;gomg to law.
I -Kit's ;all^right-wheiV|.you:;are,sC3.lling;|on .
1 a girron talking; yrith frlerids^af ter« dinner
to niri* a ; conversation^ like- a: Sunday* .
school, excursion; .with stops to pick ; no w-. ■'.-
I ere : ;but, yin % the /pfflce/: your /sentences - ' •
I should be the shortest distance powlble>»;, ...
tweeri , "periods. Cut out the Introduction
arid 5 perora tion, and ■: itopi before" you-lgej ..
to "stiondly.'* got t» preach anor* - ;
sermonssto icatch:slnners;;:an6! ; deacont- , .
: won* 1 5 believe they j need "long; ones; them*.
seKessS Give "fools £ the S firsts and iwomett ', ■
i the;last\word;vThe;meat*3ralwaySim. j5 t tn< -:■;
middleJbfithe f sandwich.sOficourse. a lit» ..
-tie either! side! of J it] doesnt ai ,
any.harm if it's Intended for* m*n whi -
likes; butter. . . ... " ,.
:■■• Remember, i too;-; that ;it*s(easlcritOiloo%M
.wise-thaTi^toitallEiwisdom^aajrjleasjtba*^
the other if ellowandirsten ! more; than yotf|»g
talk;'for ; when;a. ; manrs'listenlng'ihe|lsn'(-.- J
telling- orivhimself'andihe'sjflatterlnrftn*"
fellowiWhols.:s Give most -men a"; good ilia*--.'
-tenerjand most.women'enoughinot^pape*!.*!
-andi|ithwf;Ugteliva{l they^know. Money;.
- talks4-buti iSbt^fesa its owner ha»a looail £
; tongue,^' and? then! its; remarfc* 1 ar* i alway*^*
iofferislve^iPoverty talks^toa butjnoooaxpS
l-wants:to;hearkwhat;lt',has;to. *ay- VSiTiJ^i^
/* ; You'vesgotjto::handreith«? first I year •«£ _
your "business « Ufe f about z the]iway|y«*^
wou Id 'i a : trotting ' honw^Warm | up| aq U**M
; tie ibef ore * going; \ toll the ■:■ post-^not euonf i» fm
ito be'in'Ja;sweat."Jbut l ius^enoughßto*;D«|p
limber and eager. Never,! ■tarti' oft at-a- ;
: gait : that^ you- can't • Improve; on^ but
along > stfons: i'and -tweir k Iw --hand ■ite.'S .tn»p
•; quarter.' A Let I out? a i notch i there^ butsfa«»f |
'itscalmienoughfnotllioifalllbaclt'ißtalttir^f
; ruck." 3 A t i the s three-quarters; '■ yoa ought . t< «
rbe 1 going I fast % enough^tOi] poke } yourj «o»«||S
■out -of i the*oth'erjfell6w's?dust^|ait(f sni»^£
nipg • like? 1 the S*.Ximited'* | in 1 the I stretcJH fg
'KeepVoureyes' toHhe]front=all;thelttm^ ; ''
and you vwbn't' be : so apt \ to : shy ; at s th« ■: JttV'g
tie '■ t hings " by i the sicte : of i the track-S H«4 p
iupvV tail ' aver;nth&'i crashboa»*~that'alth#|g
way thel-winrters ? look ? to; the old ". pfct»r«t ft?
Z of ; Maud I S^i and :>: > D«tter^ and/ Jay-Ejre»Se«^
'/ ; And:uhafs^theaway.sliwant : ?tc»; i s«e3y«MC|t l ;
: swing tby ithej old I man 'i at 5 the I end sof jth<p
; y ear.A when ?.we '.hoist \ the I numbers 1 of J tH<ir
f eilowsiwho] aralgood i enough 3 to! promotes
randjpick outjthe salartes yrhtch need a,i Ilfc*/?
:tle:isweeteninsr.~* "' * '• A"Pz%js34Z
:;?;T-bJs£excerpt: ;?;T-bJs£excerpt ■■irteX-.frOm plotter
George^Horaceil.ortmWslntOTeatln^bo^lp^
'• justspubJishecl . by SmaU, Maycard *■*
CompanyV of Boston. - , . '/ ,
' - It the Baby !• Cattln* Tee«» :..
Bevsu^iaWrtiselthatlold -:«-1 w?n-tri»*:
remedy^|Mr^^n*lo^!Boothlnif} Syrunf-v;
for. children tecthinir. It sooth««j|tM;£
child, softens thw gums, allays allpatrv
cures wmd colic and-.ls the best^rera«li^
for diarrhoea. Tvrehty-flve 'conf»'*'p < bot(jjj||
We Cure Cancers, i
land wiihoat the «■• of «i» *alf»*ta»|
fcVoU r a»^-Ta«ior»a»4 : »U:ChT#al«i««ir|.
l 4U v duuß'lMtl«»»'fi^f.W»:wm,W«riii|
land! it«i#iirhat|«at*«U«i* i'vmd 4f»|
lk'4i«|jji«4<iri|^far«f«l«llr|w*isi^
|lfi^elfatt' s t»>ew*i'»OV4w*,^|jwgrM
yoor wpwM^/jrtlU^ a«mt^n»|
. Cjaflccrl HdspitMl^.
?^s- ; - Twelfth 1 - and Bank ~ streets* - ■ i
', . Kl^iOTml .VA. i^
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