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; iTS GOING TO BE AN EARLY FUR SEASON I
UBING the summer Parisians
, solved the problem of koep
f lw Ing cool In a rather para
I rioxical fashion that Is, the
l women gowned themselves for the hot
I weather In costumes of chiffon trim
med with fur.
II At Auteull, the famou6 race course
' of France, where the lure of the track
ehares honors with the stunning cos
tumes of the feminine spectators,
frocks of X ray fabrics as the trans
parent stuffs are now called, have been
j the rule; gowns of so airy a nature
I that nothing save the full bands at the
bottom of tho Blurts apparently kept
' them from blow Ins away. Indeed, a
I well known Parisian at Auteull was
heard to remark that "women wore
I their fur3 to keep their clothes down."
Wraps worn over dressy summer
V frocks, too, have had wide fur collars
' of a queer pelt dyed in an unnatural
I orange color. So there Ls every reason
( to believe that we will have an un
I. usually early fur season regardless of
The smart pelts of the winter season
f will be moleskin, broadtail, seal, baby
caracul and pony skin
The best liked fur coat models are in
cutaway effects, straight front, or box
' Mouseu. as 1110 iratie term incm, ado
In full models Japanese styles are much
But perhaps the newest of wraps arc
the mantlettes, and they are hnrming-
ly chic when developed In pelts These
little wraps extend a trifle be'ow the
I waist lint nt the back in rounded fash
I Jon. have kimono sleeves and a square
cut off line at the waist In front.
In Imitation seal n mantlette, is de
I rldedly poor) ki!.- and one of the best
I furriers in New York city har. an at-
tractive model f this fur priced at
150 not an exorbitant sum as the
I I price of fur has soared together With
F the cost of high living in other dlrec
A new and rather peculiar feature of
the eon i of I'M'.i ls the collar. T here
I no attempt at fitting in this collar
1 After the many years When the fit of
I the collar made or marred the garment
It Is a bit startling to learn now that
She collar should not fit. The bunehler
I J and clumsier the neckpiece the smarter
I f the wrap becomes nowadays.
II Katurall) such a collar gives a very
thickset appearance to the hack of
the neck une might almost pity the
J wearer for her hunched shoulders if
I I there were any pity left to waste on
those who accept freaks of fashion
I t. There arc fortunately n few women
I blessed with what the French poet v ii
I f Ion cslls the saving grace of sense"'
l who will insist upon collars that tit
However, the new collar effect can be
S produced very In fur, and It s a
I singular fa t that it lines not look so
I E clumsy in pelt. ne expects a full col
l I la i 1 u tie rnnri: or ! unwieldy
I I Other vagaries of the new fur collars
II sre the strange way-. In which they
I Rfss ,n the back. Occasionally this
I crossing is at the front and tho collar
I I jlns a band of fur that Is used to out-
line th" edges.
I Textile fabrics are now manufactured
I IB such clever imitations of fur that
)V they are difficult to detect from the
Arabian lamb Is a wonderfully good!
fur Imitation of the season that, 0.1-'
I THE SUNSET GOWN
'J FAMOUS French dressmaker calls
this innovation the "sunset gown,"
because the layers of orange purple
and blue and varlcolured chiffons por
tray the setting sun.
It Is a maati:i piece of the couturlere s
I 1 ilk
A POEM IN CHIFFONS,
1 art, and a mere black and white ropro
" . ductlon does not do the gown Justice.
I The eklrt of leaf green lansdownc
jjjl typifies the forest, so the artist says,
J lad ths bodice the setting sun.
NEW BATHROBE HOOD.
Much has been said about the charm
4 of tho boudoir cap, but less ls
0? known about the new bathrobe hoods
1 1 si These are made In a variety of shapes,
pil very large. Some have a long peak
I? tJhicn flPfi down over the side- of the
j "lead or back and a cape effect which
M falls over the shoulders with a space
f ver the nhoulders In the back of
(' jhi hood which displays the neck and
cool. These hoods ore of the same
jgjB Material as the bathrobe. They may
jrl attached to It or be entirely sepa
BLACK AMD WHITE FURS THE DERNIER CRI.
though cheap In comparison with n "
pelt, is expensive enough to suit the
Among the illustrations Is a cloak of
the lamb trimmed with civet cat and
braid. It Is extremely smart and only
the most critical eyt, could delect the
I For the Vegetarian J
NUTS FROM SOUP TO DESSERT.
JF you wish to serve a nut dinner you
may do so, from soup to dcssert.
Suppose you begin with nut chowder.
Preak a half pound of mixed nut meals
into small pieces, put them into a
saucepan with four cupfuls of water
and let them simmer for one and a half
hours. Peel and cut Into cubes sev
eral potatoes, turnips and a large
onion. You will also need two cupfuls
of canned or stewed tomatoes Strain
the nut meats, but save the water in
which they have been boiled, as it
forms a valuable stock. Coyer the bot
tom of a kettle with the potatoes, add
a laver of turnips and the onion, with
a sprinkling of thyme, sweet marjoram,
chopped parsley and salt; then a layer
of tomatoes and, last of all. tho nut
meats Repeat the layers In this order
until the Ingredients are all used; then
pour over them all the stock, which
should be boiling Let the mixture
simmer for half an hour, then add two
cupfuls of milk. Thicken with a little
flour and butter if desired. Nut butter
may be used for this thickening It is
also possible to omit the tomatoes If
one wishes without spoiling the flavor
of the chowder.
This tasty nut roast ls made from
walnuts, pecans or Alberts. Put two
teacupfuls of slale breadcrumbs In a
mixing bowl anil moisten with hot wa
ter and let stand a few minutes until
all the water Is absorbed. Add one
cupful of crushed or ground nut meats
which have been broken into small
pieces. Flavor with one teospoonful of
finely sifted sage or mixed herbs and
with either half a teaspoonful of salt or
with ono teaspoonful of lemon juice.
Mix thoroughly and stir in one well
beaten egg. Press into a square pan
to mold Into a loaf, and then turn out
on a baking tin and roast one hour in
a moderate oven. To vary this rulslns,
chopped figs or dates might be used In
stead of the nut meats. You must use
your Judgment about tho amount of
hot water used. The roast should be
moist as ls consistent with Its being
firmly molded when it is put Into the
oven. It is good cold or hot and makes
an excellent sandwich filling.
Nut Mines Pie.
Nut mince pie makes a delicious des
sert, and the ingredients are one cupful
of walnut meats, two cupfuls of apples
cut fine, half cupful of vinegar, half
cupful of water or fruit Juice, half cup
ful of sugar mixed with half a tea
spoonful each of allspice, cinnamon and
salt snd one cupful of raisins. This will
make sufficient filling for two pie
plates which have been lined with pas
try. Cover with a top crust and bake
in a hot ovem
Astrakhan rioth will trim many of
the best looking trotting suits, and the
little blun serge costume pictured is
effectively ornamented with astrakhan.'
gun metal buttons and buckles.
Black and white furs from all reports
are to be the dernier cri this season,
and the charming set illustrated is a
ARABIAN LAMB CLOAK.
TO POLISH A WOOD FLOOR
JF you have a soft wood floor that
needs polishing the first stop ls to
see that It Is absolutely clean. V. hen
the floor has been already painted or
varnished the stains should be removed
with strons ammonia and thorough
scraping; then All all cracks and
dents with putty and apply a filler over
the entire surface of the floor. This
filler can be purchased at places
whre paints and varnishes are sold,
and It should be either mixed with a
little color or a sufficient quantity of
llOOr stain added.
The filler should be applied with a
flat brush or a piece of cloth and
worked In one direction with the grain
of tho wood, while on completion of the
process the room should be closed for
At the end of that time the floor
should be rubbed u:th a long handled,
heavily weighted brush, over which a
piece of carpet has been lacked. Fuial
I) the floor may bo polished with boiled
linseed oil and turpentine, this mixture
being rubbed In well with a cloth and
left for an hour or two to dry, after
which It will be necessary to go over
the floor with the weighted brush.
Instead of a final tou h of this kind
the filler could bo finished with a coat
of stain or varnish or both of them
should be put on with a weighted
brush or an old piece of carpcL
Vhen you have succeeded in getting
a fine polish on tho floor never ruin It
hy washing It with water, but after the
dust has been removed with floor
brush rub In some crude petroleum and
Something Practical and Pretty
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IN EYELET EMBROIDERY DESIGN.
TTERE Is a centerpiece that Is not only easy to work, but one that launders
beautifully. White linen of a medium weight ls used for the centerpiece,
which ls of moderate dimensions. Tho ogtar edge of tho circle is finished with
scallops, and the best way to make these continuous scallops is to pad them
with eeveral strands of embroidery cotton in tho center of the scallops. Tack
them every now and then In couching fashion and gather tho threads closely at
each point of th scallop. To old nadleworkers it is hardly necessary to add
that the dots are worked by running a thread about the outline of each dot,
which is then pierced with a stiletto and worked with the cotton over and over.
The four medallion motifs are done In satin stltcb,
TAILORED SUIT TRIMMED WITH ASTRAKHAN.
popular new model. The scarf Is of
one animal, while the muff is made of
the skins of three beasts. It might
hurt the sensibilities of cat lovers to
learn that pussy's skin is employed to
this cruel end.
Velvet, brocaded velvet and metallic
bii" ides will 1)0 the materials used for
wraps of an elaborato sort, and when
fur is not employed as a trimming mo-
li HEAD WILL SAVE !
J HOUSEWIFE'S HEELS $
GET A FAMILY BULLETIN.
TIELPFFLNESS seems to be a birth
right In some families, particularly
In large families. There are so many
little personal services that the mem
bers perform for each other, but It ls
very easy to forget to remember small
requests, and it really isn't surprising
that Tom should grumble when his
stockings aren't mended or that Mary
I should be aggrieved when the new book
shelf In her den stands disconsolately
In the corner waiting a helpful hand
One housewife had such a clever Idoa
about "doing things." She bought a
neat little pad and attached a pencil to
It by a long string. This pad she put
where eery member of the household
could see it plainly. Each member who
wished help from another wrote his re
quest on the pad Just as soon as some
one performed tho service he crossed
out the request, signing ids own little
The pad proved very popular and
really saved nn immense amount of
nagging and friction. Puttons were
liewed on, helves put up, pencils shar
pened and gloves mended without a
word of protest.
"Sow wo have time for real conver
sation In tho family.'' sighed tho
daughter of the household.
ON WASHING DAY.
A LITTLE soap shredded into the
boiler on washing day makes the
clothes a good color and If you put a
small piece Into the starch It w:il make
tho ironing easier and it imparts a
lovely gloss to the clothes. All the lit
tle bits of eoap that are left over should
be put into a Jar with a little water
Place the Jar in a moderate oven and
leave until tho soap has dissolved. This
ls excellent for washing flannels and
BAR TO ANTS. 1
IF one Is housekeeping and bothered
by an attark of ants upon tho bread
box take a common piece of chalk, such
as children use for writing on a black
board, and draw a ring around the
bread'box with It. The ants will never
go ovor it. The same kind of chalk
ring will kuep them out of closets
where drosses are hanging or away
RUGS FOR THE NURSERY.
GRASS fiber rugs, with borders of
stenciled animals dono in soft red,
yellow, brown and green, which show
attractively against the IIkIU gray
green of the fiber, are sold for nursery
mats or for rugs for children's rooms.
They are so light, so easily cleaned
and so durable that they are Ideal for
vlso In a room where children live.
tlf there Is an ostrich ruche used about
tho neck The most luxurious of these
wraps are lined with chiffon either In
plain shades or In printed materials.
Silk brocades are also used for linings,
and charmeuse and plain satin are in
good standing for coat linings. The
wonderful new colors and combinations
in these fabrics make them very ap
pealing. CATHERINE TALBOT.
1 1 I t"M"WHoi i 1 1 1
FIRST COOL DAYS
"OTHING makes ope's appearance
so absolutely dowdy during early
fall days a-s faded summer millinery,
and until styles adjust themselves wo
men who do not buy hats at every
whim are a little doubtful about pur
chasing their winter hats so soon In
An expedient worthy of any amateur j
milliner's steel is that of covering an j
BLACK SATIN HAT WITH PARA
old summer Bhapi wiih r-atln the brim
plain and the crawn with a tarn puffed
effect A ruche of tulle might encircle
the base of the crown, and a last win
ter's paradise feather would do for an
"off the hack" trimming Such apiece
of between season millinery la seen In
the illustration, the work of a clever
girl who makes her own "Paris creations."
HAND BAGS MATCH COSTUMES
THIS YEAR. 1
THERE Is nothing strikingly new In
hand bars this season If one leaves
out of the question the bags that are
marie up to match costumes, but the
variety offerod by the designers ls sur
prising. In morocco, which ls a great favorite
I with French designers and which of
I fords the widest color gamut, almost
any of the modish shades may be
matched, and for smart practical little
bags to be carried with street costumes
this leather Is chief favorite,
Small and medium sized bags and t
purses of tho envelope or handstrap
class are made up in beautiful red,
green, blue and gray morocco, and the
number of llttlo accessories that may
be crowded into one of theae compact
bags is amazing.
The vanity equipment powder puff
or book, tiny comb, mirror and possibly
other minute toilet articles Is a com
mon feature of the new bags, and the
automobile bags, ranging from email
to large, contain a remarkable collec
tion of brushes, cream boxes, etc
packed Into ingeniously compact form
und sometimes of exquisite and costly
Many of the smart motor hags are In
pigskin, and this leather enjoys a de
cided vogue for shopping bags of all
the more practical types.
j& THE BEAUTY CORNER tf
ATANT women's lives are a perfect
j burden to them because they are
I troubled with superfluous growth of
hair on their faces and arms.
Of course everybody has more or less
hair on her fa. e, but If it is fine and
fair it shows very little.
Even a slight dark growth on the up
per lip Is not disfiguring if people
would only believe and leavo well
, enough alone, but unfortunately a girl
! often gets terrified at tho first sign of
hair, and, thinking she is developing a
regular beard and mustache, sh flics
to some remedy or other.
For a time the skin Is clear and then
a stronger, much coarser growth of
hair appears, so matters go from bad
j to worse.
People cannot be too strongly ad
vised not to do anything to supcrflu
hair unless It Is really disfiguring.
Coarse, dark hairs can be removed by
electricity, but it must be skillfully
performed by a person who knows his
business, because tho needlo must go
right to tho root of the hair and kill it
and if this Is not carefully done the
face ls scarred and the hair grows
in case of great disfigurement in this
i way tho following depilatory, which Is
prescribed by a great skin specialist,
may bo used, but the relief will be
Take barium sulphide in fine powder,
ninety grains, oxide of zine, 380 gralna.
Mix Into a paste with water. Just be
fore using. Apply to tho hairy parL
leave on for ten minutes unless the
skin begins to tingle before that, re
move with a bone paperknlfc and apply
a little cold cream to stop the irrita
tion. It is well to try the paste on a
little bit of tho arm before applying It
to the face, as it has different effects
on different people.
Good Lip Salve.
An excellent lip salvo for ordinary
use is the old fashioned camphor Ice.
Glycerin should not be usod In any 1
case. It has too great an affinity for
th9 water and ls too drying, while the
camphor Ico is cooling and healing. In
aggravated cases, after applying the
latter for two or threo nights, change
to petroleum Jelly and afterwards,
having reclaimed the lips so they as
sume their original smoothness and
firmness, keep them in good condition
bv drying them properly and by keep
ing the tongue away from them.
A Reproduced "Old" Bedroom J
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TN every family tnere Is a traditional blue china teapot or Its prototype to be
lived up to. but the inspiration for the reproduction of this "old' new bed
room was a very old blue and white counterpane, which covers the four poster
bed. The bed is a real antique, but the Inlaid bureau, night table and chairs of
Imitation Vera Is-Martin are the work of a good cabinetmaker of this day and
generation. Rag rugs os, the floor carry out the old world effect is furuloiiau..
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