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ISLAND ARGUS. SATCTDAT, -JAXtrAKT. 17, 1914.
To complete the (wtnmp, there Is a filmy
blouse of -cream chiffon with a fionu arrange
- l.i-r Mh !.. net edired with lace.
1't'JW rtotrrmir.nl tv the ovnrf nnwii - -
H&H r-rt, ljt .howln,: for spring a well 1 A soft Birdl of tano or oranp color satin
V 4n fptit KrrmTI titlW! of lllllfk
W If rarmont. borrowed from the Malm, with Jet buckle relate the hlou.e. as it
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The blouse. No. TW!7. la a model you will find
n AT thre-plec Mlits will continue to
have an importance- all tnetr own is
rtetermir.ed by the advance models
Farts i showlnff for sprlnR. as well
in .v those whifli are heinc mad f'r tlie last
Kast. and modified in the many unique ways
.which French miMtes have conceived, lead
for almost every costume which baa the stamp
of fashionable approval. Still the corsctlcss ef
fect of fiifiire 1 retailed, and the sniple fab
ric lend ftem--lve also N :tor to loose
wrap or town than to any tittci i.De. There la
a subtle charm, however, which every woman
eovle. ntid wl'l work to obtain for herself.
This Is not lmpsh!i where one Is clover
enonch to combine suitable color, and the
kind of fabrics, whlf h lend iherar-c'vcs toprace
fnl draping, for the iml N of the moment can
be duplicated wih patterns that are simple
to manipulate, of the several desltnis illns
tmieil cm this pnso. the -tiinninc l!a'-k ch'fTon
Tl'-ot tjnclet 'C::. Virt -ii hit" Ihc mrticl
for vhi' h the I'lsrl-hin woni.in's jr. wns are
SUU vi Ivet hol.l.-. Mtnj as the material that
la rich and eesai:f. It H ni'Kl efTo-tlvo In ihe
Tiove! drr.p.-l wrt.p of ti.e cf-ntral lisrure. M
looe a to l.ir. I.v t"vh the form except on the
ehouMcr-.. It :- the k ' unii- shoulders. :ind
t.eere ti-lrh tnrtM-l 1:.i-L i-uT of cTilnchiila
wuirr-l inatcliItetlieMjtiarecollara: the la-tc
ft the ri- k Tie fu!!ne of the f!;!rt is held
in at the bottom of the l.:i. k. by two plait, and
the f-ont cl.- with :i olapor.i' line tfuit 1
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xeeUest for any soft material, other than
chiffon or lace. Crepe de Chine 1 admirable
for it : and India silk, or the very now taffetas
can be made like it. The price of this pattc-rn
and of every other dress pattern number on
thia page la 15 cent.
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TniS very new modol suit In ca-tor broadcloth
and corduroy shows a novel 1km Jacket on
kimono lines, reacblce only to the hip. It par
takes of the moo In h bolero effect in front, while
the middle back is cut so that the fullness fall
In a graceful plait on either aide, and Is held
down by ornamental buttons. A surplice vest
r.if-o appears, with a double row of buttons. Mara
bout edges the Jacket, which can be reproduced
with pattern No. Sl-tO for either ladea or mlRaen.
The skirt. No. 706s. Is a four-piece poi;-top reach
ing alihtly above the n iTual w::L
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Pointed Bolcto Jacket
Hatching Tunic Outline
VJL "jnE treed of Paris fashions brings the
tunic overdress and shaped flounces
forward with so much certainty, that
.! I to im witnout eituer or Doth will te
luiMMjble for the up-to-date drsfcer. The
line have an upward direction in front, aa
hown in model No. TlLs chic costume
for misses Is a three-piece suit l.aviair a skirt
and four-pie- tunic, u walit closing in tho
back, and a boiero with s-t-ln sleeves: while
the Jaunty Jacket has a pointed bai-k M-ith the
same outline ns that of the overdress. The
model is develop! in taupe lopliu with trim
mine hand of changeable silk and soutache
lrald. and a foot hnndlnir of civet fur. f )n ac
count of If. simplicity n fid M.1 le vu'.ue. therts
w.'il U- many reproduction. of this practlcnl
thr--piei-e neiililiiiittou. It is Ji:.st ns tlexlruhlu
for wrj;e, plaid silk, ratlin-, or Tel vet.
Fa.shlon cllnjrw to the skirt rarrow at the
foot: and wearers who are neni-tomed to the
comfort If gives, when not tent scant, will !e
relucLuiit to adopt auy fuller garuicuta.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS -
TO INCREASE the life of a rubber hot
water bottle do not bold.lt .by .the .neck
when It la full, and never pour lolllnp water
Into It. Fasten a loop of tape on the lower
end with rubler cement, and when the boltle
la emptied bang It up by the loop.
Pnt a screw-eye Into the handle of a broom
at the end. so aa to bant; it up when not In
use, and the broom will last much longer and
not turn over at the end. Make a Img of can
ton flannel to tie over the broom when ou
want to wipe the dust from hard wood floors.
To prevent water from seeping thronph pot
tery In wl or raaes Intended to hold flowers,
and thus marrintr polished wood, coat the in
side with white shellac. After it dries, the Jar
will no longer be orous. This has be tried
with home of the ornamental elxicer Jar.
. When making. pastry that Is to be served
cold, milk should le used for the miilnif, and
the pastry will keep ehort and crisp longer
than if mixed with water.
Allow six or seven medium size oysters for
each itortiou. Pry them and serve in small
low ulasfes wltU a sauoe made of one-half
teaspoonful each of horseradish, one of catsup,
a teaspoonful of lemon Juice nnd a little rtx
por, for each glass.
Dissolve In a pan over the rang?, one pint of
cream and throe cupfuls of granulated susrar.
Add three teitsjiooufuls of grated chocolate,
and one teusiMionfiil of butter. Cook until 'iho
mixture harden whendropped lntooold water.
Add one pouud of broken Kjisllsh walnut
meats and ne tenspoonful of vanilla. I'our
Into lettered puna to cool. Before It hardens
mark (squares with a Laife.
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I A CQQ Two-iocb border suitable to m.&r liJer-uu nerge.
HAND embroidered bands or borders,
and separate motifs are cot oulv
very fashionable, but they add a touch
of elegance that repays oue for the time
required to make thorn. They are the
smart touches which make custom-made
clothing of e.Tix'HsivegraatfsuiitjMial. On
the; other hand. It is jossJhle for one to
use hand embroidery In place of other
trimminjr at a considerable-saving f
money. Now that bright colors In Fu
turist effects are used to ornament light
or dark colored materials. su h simple
designs ns tho two; bands illustrated
(Xos. UCA4 and 34o8!)) may be chosen
and worked quickly. F.ithcr i.s suitable
for silk or woolen fabrics, and the latter
Is very effective to lutroduce color on a
chiffon blouse which forms n p.-irt of a
three-pitM ault. No. 1 l4 1 has txfn ued
for serge. Each pattern is rr J
wide and three yards.loiuc..aud ca
cents. Albatross lMnidoir-robe.-
with shawl coilar and deep cuff
hand embroidered iu tviitrastic
The butterfly destsu is decerati"
countless ways. tth for Jre'Bt
gorie and household linen.. In
.tMulirolderv, the motif I Hk"1 tott,M
gowns, chenilxvt. -t -. This buttrfW
one of thirty-six that come ou "JJ
teen lu.-h square, ready for.-s,tat4P-'
arratiRcd in several size t to u
sets IX iK'sired TJic pattern Is Wr60
fatttmrnm for daunt ttotvm
can fco mbtainmd from "t"f?Tss1 !
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