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PANEL USED ON
BACK OR FRONT
I Prominent Paris Modiste Places
I Favorite Ornament in a New
I GREAT VARIETY IN SLEEVES
I Some Narrow and Tight Fitting;
B Other Close at Shoulders, Widen
B on Way Down to Wrist; Klmo.
B no and Hanakerchlef Styles.
B Kvcrbody hns awaited with Inter-
B est the showing of nuw models for the
B w Inter lr Mudclelne Vlonnct, wonder-
B Irs, us It were, If It would bo possible
B for tills urllfit to keep to her Individual
B styles and still arrive ut the much de-
B sired "something new," In her collcc-
B tlon, writes a I'urls, fashion corres-
B pondcut In the New York Tribune, she
B again demonstrates her genius In ob-
B tabling maximum effect from mini-
B mum deconitlon.
B Complicated cut with an ultimata
B line of great Rlmpllclty Is still main-
B talncd. The flying panel, which she
B uses so much now, ornaments tho mid-
B die of tho back or tho front of the
B dress and no longer appears on the
B sides. Sometimes It appeurs on both j
B tho front and back as In dinner dress. :
B It Is developed from vvhlto crepe do
B chine. A cabochon made of brilliants
B and pearls ornaments both tho front
I White Crepe de Cniiio Dinner Dress
With Floating Panels at the Center
Front and Back of the Skirt.
and back, of the dress at tho waistline,
aencrally speuklng, sleeves are nar
row, some of them being quite tight
fitting; others are close at tho shoul
ders and widen a Uttto on tho way
down to tho wrist. Some nro cut very
wldo at tho urmholo and are so shaped
as to snugly encircle tho wrist.
Cape Collar In Jabot Form.
Tho wldu square-cut hundkerchlef
bIccvo Is again seen, with a small
underelcevo forming a semi-narrow
cuff usually in contrasting color, Tho
long, tin gel slecvo In modified form Is
also Is evident.
Vlonnct bus many little capo effects
and curious capo collars which aro a
part of tho sleevo or tho back of the
dress. A ijplcal model of this sort
has an Interestingly cut Jncket in short
bolted stjle, and hns a walstllno bhoul
der cape which Is a prrt of the light
fitting, full-length Meeve. It Is accom
panied by n perfectly plain skirt. A
novel feature Is a white ermine collar
In jabot form, which Is In striking con
trast to tho black vehot.
A distinctly new feature Is the Jabot
collar and frill, usually developed In
fur. One finds this on tnllor-mado
dresses, on fur coats and on afternoon
dresses of crepe do chlno and satin.
Sometimes tho juhot frill Is so deep
as to appear like n shoulder capo when
Dress of Brick Red Velours de Lalne
In Chemise Form, Inset With Dia
mond Shaped Pieces of Duvetyn.
turned down, but when up and draped
around tho neck It forms n frilly Jabot
i A street dress of this character Is
In chemise form, davclopcd In brick
red velours do lulno Inset with dla-niond-sliupcd
pieces of duvetyn In the
sumo dull grny of tho cape, which Is
of gruy astrakhan.
Dancing Frocks Feature Petaled Skirt
Another curious novelty Is a shoul
der extension in tho shnpo of an
I enormous scarf, which, starting from
, the point where tho shoulder scams
might be. Is a continuous cut from
1 the front of the gown. Thcso long
ends hang over tho bnck of tho gar
ment In swinging scarf ends about
thrcc-qunrters of a yard wide and
reach to the hem of tho skirt. Some
times these scurf ends are crossed at
the back. In which enso they form n
muffling collar and enpo wrap.
Vlonnet does not use tho exagger
ated length In skirts. Practically all
her skirts aro well above the ankles,
and, generally speaking, they uro nar
row. Tho large petaled skirt Is a
marked featdro of her dancing frocks.
Not n few of Vlonnet's dresses huvo
tho almost straight skirt. A new form
bus nn Inverted plult at tho right side.
At tho left there Is a scarfllka con
tlnuutlon of a turned-over top which
turns to form tho glrdlo and ties at
the left sldo with long, flowing ends.
Sho works out tho sumo Idea In con
nection with u collar. Following n
medium bateau outline, this straight
band ties on one shoulder with long
ends and loops.
Vlonnet's colors are, first and fore
most, belgo In full gamut, with accom
panying shades of reddish chestnut
and golden browns. She still uses dull
brick reds In both woolens for street
suits and silks for afternoon dresses.
There Is very little black except for
I Silk and Wool Combinations
B As for materials Vlonnct uses chief- i
B ly In woolen tho velours do lulno In
B both plain and ribbed weaves and In
B solid color and melange. Tho litter
B gives somewhat tho effect of a frlezo,
B especially If the whlto illumination Is
Bj obtained through tho uso of artificial
B llk, us It often Is. This gives n spar-
B. Vltng fleck all through tho dark woolen
H Crepe de chlno and crcpo remain
S -for afternoon and evening nro as much
B UM!1 na boretoforo, "lso crepe satin-
B lu (bo latter material sho continues- to
B e both surfuces, getting from tho
contrast of crepo and satin most do-
slrable results. Sho uses somo plain
atln, a considerable amount of plain
dvet and for evening flno tulle-llko
net and mouuscllno do solo.
The continuation of crepo de chine
to treat quantities bears striking evl-
dcce of the,tact that fushlons change(
Mowly. g0 nhose who spend several'
jeors In bringing certain fabrics to the
foreground bavo tho compensation of
knatrlng that n material, having once
Wored success, la likely to retuln Its
place In favor for many years to couio.
Vlonnct wus tho first to Introduce
the simple crepo de chine dress with
overlapping front In gcometrlcnl out
line. Sho still retains this type, but
now bnnds It In striking colors of two
opposing tones. For Instance, on a
gray crepo do chlno she may uso
Lands of duck blue and pale salmon
Heading, embroidery and jewol
studdlngs bavo taken so firm a hold
en present-day fashions thnt they ap
pear on materials even us elaborate
as breended metallic cloths. For ex
ample, on uu evening gown of blue
and silver brocudo there Is an em
broidery done In silver and crystal
beads, which accentuates the pattern
in tho fabric. Tiny crystul and silver
beads nro massed to form a floral do
sign on n dancing dress of mauve
Sport Tarn and 8carf.
For spsct wear In th country, then.
'.i n gny Scotch tnm of fussy plaid
which has a scarf to match.
MAKV GRAHAM. BONNER
P.RINCE 8LEET'8 PARTY
1'rlnee Sleet sent out his Invllntlons
for a party and tho Breeze Brothers
and old Sir. Wind took them about
IIo Invited (ho Ullw.urd Boys and
Old Man Winter and Madarao Snow
and the Icicle Girls.
Ho Invited the Slush Sisters and bo
Invited King Snow und ho Invited the
King of the Clouds nnd tho Army of
Italndrops and tho Mist Grandchildren
and Nurso Fog.
Oh, bo sent out a splendid number
of Invitations und all of Ids guests
Of courso he asked Mr. Wind to
come to his party, too. For Mr. Wind
und I'rlnca Sleet wcro friends.
Mr. Wind often spoke of his friend
"tho Prince" nnd though somo did
not euro for Prince Sleet Mr. Wind
wus very dovoted to him.
"IIo knows bow to have a jolly old
tlmo and how to have a flue old party,"
Mr. Wind used to say onco In nwhlle.
And j on know how Mr. Wind likes
to ploy his pranks, too, every onco In
"First of All."
n whllo so It would not havo sounded
well for him to havo criticized Prlnco
Well, tho day for tho party camo.
And so did all tho guests which was
JiiRt aB It should be.
On a dny of a party all tho guests
First of all camo Mr. Wind nnd the
Breeze Ilrothers and Prince Sleet.
Then camo along tho King of tho
Clouds nnd the Army of Ilnlndrops and
tho Mist Grandchildren and Nurso
They ran races nnd played games
with King Snow and tho Snowdrop
children and with Madame Snow, too.
And then tho Slush Sisters wcro In
for nil tho fun. How they did spat
ter about nnd what a good tlmo they
had though they wcro unythlng but
pretty and graceful I
Tho Blizzard Hoys came ulong nnd
the Iclclo Girls cnuio when Mr. Wind
began to blow his very cold winter
This was tho song which went with
tho very cold winter tuno:
I love the snow,
I love the Ice.
I think that both
Are very nice.
I love the rain,
I love tho Kluih.
To them I nevor
Will nay huiilit
I love KlnR Storm,
I lovo Prince Sleet.
Together they enn
Otvo a party quits neat '
Klna Storm luia Just come,
I Invited him too.
It was Just as I'rlnca Bloot
Asked me to do.
The people complain
When a storm como.i along
nut that doesn't change
The tune of our nonir.
We slnK and wo whistle,
We UiiBh and we dance.
Cold air we havo with uh
And It helps make us prance.
Oh, tho vory cold weather
la our keenest delight.
Hut the Kreat winter ftprms
with ihnir unwer and their might
Make us happy as happy as happy cun bo.
For thoy nil us, with Joy
And thev nil s with fun.
Oh, Prince Sleet so daBhlnK.
Our henrts you. have won.
You are loved by your friends,
bo don't mind all the others .,
Kor wo're your admirers and loving
The winter and the snow.
And Prince Sleet BlvlnR a Pa'.'A , .
While told ulr Mr. Wind will blowl
And ull of Prlnco Sleet's guests
danced to the music of this song
which Mr. Wlud sung.
He Know How,
The teacher was trying to demon
strate a simple experiment In tho gen.
erutlon of steam. "What havo I In my
hand?" he asktd. "A tin can," cams
"Very true. Is tho can nn unlnlato
or an Inanlmuto object?" "Inanimate."
"Kxnctly. Now can any hoy or girl
tell mo bow, with this tin cun, It Is
posslblo to generate a surprising
amount of speed and power almost be
yond control?" One llttlu boy rulwd
his right hand. "You may answer
-Tto U to a doc's tali lH
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(4). 1X1. WHIitu Nwsplr Union.)
It you want to live In a kind of a
Like the kind of a town you like,
Tou needn't slfr your clothes In a grip
Ar.J start on a long, Ions hike.
You'll only nnd what you left behind,
for there's nothing that's leally
It's knock at- yourself when you
knock your town.
It Isn't your town It's you.
EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS
Those who hnvo plenty of honey like
to uso It In cookery as the product
KSBkESJ longer thuu that
BTsBjP5H mudo with sugar
sX Honey Cakes.
K Ov I Melt one-fourth
vv ) Xj of u cupful of but-Lv-gv&g
tor and udd on
VhjSpBJ cupful of strained
honey. Cool nnd
udd tliu grated rind of u lemon, ono
tcaspoonful of lemon Juice, two ounces
of sweet uliuonds blunched und chopped
flno. ono-fourth teunpoonful of mace,
ono-hulf tcaspoonful of soda und two
and one-half cupfuls of Hour. Mix
thoroughly, then set aside, covered, in
u cool placo for twclvo hours. Roll
In a sheet one-half Inch thick, cut In
squares nnd hako twenty minutes In
a mod unite- oven. When linked brush
over tho tops with a thick sugur sirup.
Barbecued Ham. Huvo the ham cut
very thin and broil quickly or pun broil
It. Arrange on a hot platter und ndd
to tho fat in tho pan a tcuspoonful of
sugar, ono tcaspoonful of inndo mus
tard, a dash of red pepper uud four
tuhlespoonfuls of vluegar. Stir until
bubbling hot, then pour over tho hum
Cottage Cheese Salad. Tako one
cupful of cottngo cheese, ndd onc-hnlf
cupful of whipped crciuii to which two
tablrspoonfuls of nny good salnd dress
ing have been added. Stir and mix well
Into tho cheese. Mold or press into
cone-shaped forms with nn Ico cream
dipper and serve on lettuco with a little
of tho salad dressing on top.
Qlve thanks ere stopping to deplore
What seoms to be a sorry lot;
aive thanks, and most devoutly, for
Thosu many things which you have
pOOD THINGS AND LEFTOVERS
A very dnlnty putty or meat bnll
may bo prepared as follows: Tako
ono cupful each of finely
P minced ham, mashed po
tato and bread crumbs
and one tnblcspoonful of
milk mixed with a tca
spoonful of dry mustnrd.
Form Into balls, roll in
crumbs, dip In egg and
fry In deep fat.
Curried Chicken. Sea
son n cupful or two of boiled rlco with
melted butter nnd u teuBpoonful of
curry powder. Arrungo n baking dish
with nltcniuto layers of minced chicken
und the rice with some chicken gravy.
Huvo tho rlco at the bottom und on the
top of tho dish with a layer of chicken
between. Dot with butter nnd put Into
a moderuto oven to becomo thoroughly
Shepherd's Pie. Butter a small
hreud pan and Hue the bottom and
sides with bcusonud mushed potuto.
Fill with any cooked meat or fowl and
covor with tho mashed potato. Biiko
until tho potato Is brown, turn out and
serve on a hot pluttcr garnished wltb
Coconut Pie. Tako ono cupful ol
milk, two tnhlcspoonfuls of cornstarch
one-half cupful of uugnr, one-half ten
spoonful of lemon extract, the white!
of four eggs. I'ut tho milk Into a
double hollei und when bulling udd oni
box of shredded coconut und tho corn
btarch mixed with u little cold milk.
Stir until well cooked. Add hnlf of th(
beaten whites. Fill a baked shell with
the mixture und rover with u mcrluguo
made of tho remaining whites. Iteturn
to the own nud brown.
Oatmeal Gems, Honk two cupfuls of
rofred outs oer night In one and three
quarters cupfuls of sour milk. Add one
tcaspoonful of soda, one tcaspoonful
of salt, one-half cupful of light brown
sugar, ono cupful of flour and two
well-beaten eggs. Dissolve the soda In
o little hot water. Mix and bako In
hot, well buttered gem pans In a hot
oven twenty-five minutes.
Beet Relish. Chop cooked beets to
make a quart; add one quart of
chopped rxibbogo, ono cupful of grated
horsradlsh, two cupfuls of sugnr, one
tnblespoonfnl of salt, and vinegar to
molHfen thoroughly. This Is a good
relish to serve with fish.
Guinea bens In rassernlo aro fine
eating. Stuff with seasoned crumbs
and cook with carrot nnd button on
ions for nn hour and a half, well cov.
ered. Add potato balls tho lost, halfJ
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i Vogue for Tailored Clothes; !
j Knitted Coats Please Tots j
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RDMOIIS from Parts Are floating
about us, telling ua that tnllored
clothes '.n new Interpretations nro
making long strides townrd taking first
place In the wardrobe. In n meusuro
they appear to bo supplanting after
noon dress and, may divide popularity
with Fports clothes at winter resorts.
From thcso they seem to havo taken
their cuo; for tho now suits and tail
ored dresses oio youthful, trim, oven
boyish, and formal suits reflect some
thing of this buoyancy of tho rnodo.
In drtSBcs. bodices of ono mntcrlnl
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and skirts of another uro among tho
Ideas that nro destined to bold over
tho transition from winter to spring
atd In suits there aro handsome models
In which coats aro of different fubrlc
from tho skirt or dross worn undor
them. Ono such model Is shown In tho
picture. It Is a hundsome example
having n full, short cont of a soft
pOa taDric worn over n dress of heavy
crepe, matching It In color, Flno mar
ten far, in tho collar, cuffs and and
trimm'juc. mnko tho cpnt a very rich
Two charming Models for Little Once. I II
affair and an eleborato girdle, of silk
and metal braid, undertakes t bear
out Um richness of tho fur. The long
est of flat tassels Is suspended from
silk ornaments nnd cords; It reaches
the bottom of the skirt and Is a splen
did and telling garnishment.
Tho crnson hns presented hnnlsome
suits of this kind In which rich fur
fabrics are used to the best advnntnge.
They make the coats and tho lower
part of dresses of crepe or other suit
able material worn under them.
For her of kindergarten ago, whut
could bt prettier than a knitted coat,
mull ui the little glrla In the pic
ture are wearing? In no claim of ap
parel Um that Intangible nomethlng
which we plcnso to term "stylo" so ns- fil
sorted Itself ns In knitted outerwear. Ml
Tho stylo clement hns especially mi- XfBJ
tcrcd Into chlldrcns' knitted outer aWB
garments. Tlioso versed in childhood' SBl
ways agree that liny tots are union- HBJ
Ishly sensltlyo to tho niceties of ut-j KBl
tractive color nnd clover detail In the) JbBJ
clothes they wear. In tho chnrmlngj KBJ
V nit ted coats brought out thin seasoai BBl
Kttlo girls' ideals of all that is loveliest BV
In winter wraps aro reallr.cd. Br
It Is snfo to say thnt mother or blajj jBft
sister oxpcrlcnco no more rapturous) !0B
thrills over their luxurious' seal 04 ' BJ
chinchilla fur coals than does litti. BH
Miss Two-to-Sovcn (perhaps older, per jH
hups younger) over her knitted coat. BB
especially when It bus brushed wool Bl
collar nnd cuffs such as nro shown oa B
the cont to tho right in tho picture. Bl
Tho attractiveness of tho garment la BJ
greatly enhanced by contrasting a BJ
closo oven stitch in tlit waist aad B
sleeves, with a fancy wldo-wcU stitch B
for tho skirt, plaited In broad border BJ
Of courso the buttons with knitted! BB
loop ore exactly the right flnlsblns M
touch. I I
It Is the frfshlon to wear hats to M
match tho knitted cout. A brushed 1
woo) snug cap tops tho cuffs und coftnr fl
of same, nn the taller girl.
The fact that tho knitted cont Is an t
nll-year-around garment should also lx j II
taken Into consideration. Wrupi t 18
herewith portrayed servo admirably
In raldscason, nnd they nro oyer ready R
when cool summer breezes stir off ilfl
autumn's chill comes on. , kM
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