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THE YALE EXPOSITOR. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1916.
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"AST and FREQUENT
Limited cars leave Tort Huron,
Eastern Standard time,
7:30 a, m. and ?cry iwo nours n
7:?.0 p. rn., alto 5:10 a. m. Mondays,
nnd 10 p. m. Sunday.
Limited cars leave Detroit,
8:15 a. m. and every two hours te
8:15 p. m., Sundays only 11 P-
Mondajs onl 6:15 a -
lManlt having Iih'd muile In lh eondltloiu
of h rial n ni(irtvrt inane hv John Manner
and rllzahHh U lUrnn-r, hia wife. io Norman
H lfrlrt. S'Ti'tnrv. and NMllluni IIixIkIii.
IrcaMirfr of th MIchlitHii Farmer' Mutnul
hire limurancf Company, and Ihnlr Biuvesaors
luonVe unJ U.ttt Altm-h jSth. A. I. lain, and
recorded hi Iheotttr of thw Ketrtster ol Heed
for the County of St. Oalr and Hie Slat of
Michigan on th vth day March. A. IV liW, In
LHht but of MortruKPt on jmire kU. and ou the
lth dav of Apr. I A. 1. 101. 1 ald morttiave ImMiik
as ent-d by salil Norinm H. Ilrrhert secretary
and William ModRtun TieiiHiirerol the MIchlRau
Farmers Mutual Hre Inxur tuce Co unto !mmimiw
Valentine. h!U anilumeutbelim recorded InttiH
ofnee of the UegUter of lieedi lor the county of
St Clair and State of MlchlKan. In i.lher la of
assignment ou pax fa, and that mlweuent
to no aid anfclBiment the said assignee, seneca
Valentin belli it decease. I, and Cecelia Valentine
having bceu appointed adinlnldtratrlx of his
eiilate by the Vrobat e Court of the County of IH.
Clair and state of .Mlchlttan
According- to the terms and rondlilonn of said
mortgage, there Is now cbiliued to be due there
on at the date of this notice lour thousand three
hundred and twenty I Cfjo.ooj dollars and taxes
lor lyin amounting to about oue hundred and
fifty I v) on dollars, making a total of four
thousand tour hundred and seventy i7iol
dollars and an attorney's fee as provided lu said
inortKaie of fortv (tin no j dollars, and no suit
or proceed lug at law harms: been Instituted to
recover the inones secured by said morniae,
or anv pari therei.f.
Now, thrrelore. br rlrtneof the power of sale
contained in t-ald mortgage, and the statute lu
su h cast made and pruvnled. notice Is hereby
given that on l-'rlday. the i;itii day of Dctober,
A.l. Mic, at one o'clock in the afternoon. 1
shall seilal public auction to the liluhet bidder,
at thefro-it dour of the Court House In the t Ity
of Port Huron. In said county, that twin the
building- here the i Ircuit l own for tiie said
county of St. Clair Is held, the premises describ
ed In mid mortgage, or so much thereof as may
be iie essiiry to pay the amount due ou said
mortgage w ith six per cent interest and all legal
costs together with an attorney's lee of forty
dollais as provideu for in said n.ortgairo.
The said premises beuur decrloed In saUl
morXgaire as ihe west half 'il of the southwest
ouarier 1 14 of section nitron i.-J and also the
southea4 i"Hrter of tim southeast quarter
'.) of sect on six to nlicalllu township eliiht
north, rane lourteen ij east, one hundred
and twenty acres ol land.
Chi i:i.lA VALKN1 INT. Administratrix of
Assignee. Seneca Valentine, Deceased.
K. H. 1 ) It a K K, Atl'y lor Aumiuisiratrix ir t:i
Def: U t having been made in the conditions of
a rcnl ej.taie mortgage made by Sarah A .Manuel
and steI.en . .Manuel oi mo uy oi i on iiur
on to lleb na l rchneldor. dated March :ti st.
ptll.and le orJeJ l Ihe otlic of the Krister of
lieeds for tae County oi M Clair and Mate of
Michigan on tin 31st day of .March, lyli, lu
I.lher mot ortgages on Tage 4 J, and which
said moriR R was on the jml rtay ol Dttois r,
PH uu y . s ..gii1 l by Ibb na I. Schneider to
iluaiii" si em bier, said a slguuient of mort
gag h.iv.nK b vu di 1.. ra oided In ttie o:i:ce of
tl.e Ke". t'-r ot leeus ior thet ounty of M Ci.tlr
ou ih- tu day oi .1' 1 . 9 4. In l.iier ih .f As
sUn.itio soma e. o l'.ige vs ou whl h
nioi tcaaelt.cn 1 Ci. 1 i.ea t . b one it tne uaie
oltbUnoll. e tue Mini oi S. veil H u died aiul
Nint tv and il-loidohurs $;.io.4li, t t o r w Itn
an attorney lee oi ttnt -nve dol.ars erov ded
f ir lu tald nioitr;ui ami no suit or proceed. ug
at law Having i een l isiltuteil to recover the
moneys secuieJ by said mortgage or any part
t icreof ;
Now. therefore, by r rtue of the power of sale
contained In sai l mortage and I lie sta ule lu
such ease made and provided, i oi ce Is hereby
given ih t on Monday, the 'isth d iv oi August,
1:1C, ft leu o'clock n the toreiu on. I Siwill sell
at pub ic au tion io Hie higi.esi b.d It r at the
front door of the court House In I Hi Ity oi I ort
lluron. Ibi.t b e the 1 1 u e where Ihx Cinu t
t ouri for Hie ou u oi M. t la r Is bol Jen, th !
premisesdes nb;d in said uioii.agc. ort.s u uc i
intTeol as ma. o ne esay to pay the amount
due on said mortgage with wildest at the rhU
oi six p r cent and fall eai costs and expens s.
togi Iher won an auoiuey no ui mouij-nic
d. lars as covenanted therein.
The said premises are des nbed In said mort
gage as all ot 'the following described pie-e or
oai eel ol lanJ siiua.e lu t:ie city ol I'ort Huron
t ounty ot si. l lair R'ld stt ol Michigan, to
wlt: Couuiienclng at a point ou the quarter
line of sect.oi tenty-one ili, town six (C
north, rnge s- veiueeu i IT) east, two rods soulh
of the uortiiwesi comer ot the southwest quar
ter ot the m rtli-wst (piarier oi said se t.oii
twenty-one r.'l). hdiu tue Interseitn n of the
soulh line of Nerns r.et w Itn said ijuaner line,
thence sot til on said guai ter line tuirty rods,
thence east al rl.nl alleles to said qu irter line
forty rods, ttieu:c d rih parallel with said quar
ter line thirty rous to the sjuth line of Nern
street, tl euce west on the soulh line of Nern
street, loi tv tods to the idace of be Inning, rou
taiiitiig seven land on.-iiait acres ot laud mere
Dated Mav )th. Ml.
MOOKK WILSON, Asltrneeol Mor gaee
Attorneys for Mortgagee. -l i
liiisiness Address: I'ort Huron. Mich.
Whereas, default has been mad ) In the pay
ment of the pr nc pal sum an 4 interest of a i er
tain mo.tgage. dated the .;rd day of May, A H.
1 '!.". executed by I ml eon i aule aud Sarah Jane
jfeadK his wife, of the townsino of l.vnn, St.
Clair coi.ntv. Michigan, lu faor of Ihe l?r.)wn
City s.tMi gs Hank 01 l.rown ( n.. vi cauan. u I
recorded I . iheotiheoi the hegi.-ter 01 1 ecus
of the en tit of St. lair in said state in I.lher
lHofMorig gfs on page 2 C. ou the tth day of
Mav, A I'. I'.i.a. at "cm o c oca A. .vl.; aud
hereas the aim u it Claimed t bo due on said
mortgage at tne dale ot lu nttt 'e. lor pilncl
pal and Inureft. Is the su'ii ot t l.o.'.Jt. In addi
tion to the Costs legall clnige bl.j hereon, and
Wheieas. no u.t or pro e iJlu at law or in
equitv h b.-.-ii Insti iiif d to .recover the said
8ii'M or any pari k.ien 01 ;
' w. tneie.ore. nonce Is hereby given that
ouis ant to t ie power of ?a e contained la said
n rig. . that the sal . o- gage win b fon-
clos u by a sa'e ol tin premises described here
In, at pujla aii-'Uoii t 111 niziiest nui ier. ai tne
fr n il xin.i le- 1 or llou, lu tue city of
Pvr Huron In ttv County ot st. Clair. Michigan
o 1 . on la. tn lsi.. diy of September. A. D.
l,r,. Hi on -o ! a In aueruoo 1 or said day.
l i e pten I s dr-scnb d lu s ml mortgage to
be sold ar.' a ollos: lh 11 rthwist quarter
(n.w.1 o 1 el on t eniy-nlua ( town eight
(h), nort 1 01 r. Ugi th rte nfl ijeast, containing
lO isciesot a iu m re 01 le-.
Hated .luno ;. A 1. l"b,
lil!()WN II V S iViNtiS HANK of Urown
C.ty, Vil'higau. Mert :ng"e ll-l;l
WALiKKII VI T, Atioiueyfor Mortgagee,
Huslness Addreas, Urown city, Michigan.
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We can fit you out In anything
Parlor, Sitting Room, Bed
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MANY NAMES ON
THERE ARE FIVE REPUBLICANS
AND ONE DEMOCRAT WHO EN
TERED FOR GOVERNOR.
Five Minutes Before Closing Time of
the Primaries the Democrats
Filed Many Petitions.
Lansing With the closing time for
filing: Detitions for the various state
offices for tho August primaries over,
the list of candidates for iovmiinr
cn the Republican ticket are Frank j
B. Leland. Detroit; Gerrlt J. Dlckema,
Holland; Albert E. Sleeper, Did Axe;
Washington (lardner, Albion; Sybrar.t
WesHelius Grand Rapids.
The Democrats at the last minute
entered the name of Charles 11. Ren
der, of Grand Rapids, for governor.
There are five entries for lieutenant
governor on the Republican ticket.,
those that are making the run in the
primaries are: Luren D. Dickinson.
Charlotte; Robert Y. Ogg, Detroit;
David E. lleinetnann. Detroit; William
D. Gordon, Ray City; F. P. Rohn, New
berry. The Democrats filed petitions for
RriKfldier-General John P. Kirk, of
Ypsllantl for the lieutenant-governorship
For U. S. Senator.
Charles E. Townsend, of
Jackson, and W. 1 1. Hill of Detroit
are the Republican candidates whil?
Jchn T. Winship of Saginaw Is the
candidate of the Democratic party.
Beakes t0 Have Opposition.
Congressman Samuel W. Reakos.
too, will have opposition In the sec
ond. Rert D. Chandler, of Hudson, Attorney-General
Grant Fellows' law
partner and former judge of that cir
cuit, having filed his petition.
At the latst moment there were some
Democratic congressional filings irre
spective of the petition fled by the
state central committee. Among them
was Howard J. Cavanaugh, who will
battle Mayor Marsh of Rattle Creek
for the nomination In tho ThUd. This
insures the old Ralley and anti-Railey
feud over a?:ain, for Cavanaugh is
Railey'5 right-hand man.
Martindale Withdraws Name.
Although petitions sufficient to place
Ma n n m ft on the orlmary ballot as a
candidate for the Republican nomina
tion for governor were filed in Lans
ing during the last two days, before
the primaries closed Frederick C.
Martindale will not enter the contest.
Mr. Martindale announced that ho
had decided not to be a candidate.
Ellis Out for State Senator.
Grand Rapids Several very pretty
scraps are scheduled In the primary
campaign among Republican candi
dates In Kent county. Representa
tives Paul Averill and Roy M. Watklns,
are out for state senator from the
Sixteenth district and at the last min
ute former Mayor George E. Ellis, filed
FOUn MEN LOSE THEIR LIVES
. , , . 0i: c.
Wh'.n In Swimming to Get Relief From
the Terriffic Heat.
Lake Orion Leonard Kirk, 24 years
old. of Marlette, was drowned while
tiathlnc in Lake Orion. It Is believed
that ho was the victim of cramps.
Saginaw Henry Stall, aged 26,
while seeking relief from the heat,
was in bathing at Melburn park and
was drowned. It is thought he was
seized with cramps.
Houghton Rock Tomasi, a miner at
Isle Royalo mine, went swimming In
the Huron dam. He dove and struck a
sunken tree and was killed instantly
Kalamazoo Henry Porter, a colored
racrt track follower from Memphis,
was drowned here when he went
swimming in the river. He stepped
into a deep hole and went down be
fnre aid could reach hlu. Tho body
has been recovered.
MICHIGAN NEWS ITEMS
a frtrocf flri nine miles sauaro Is
melne about 12 miles from Camp Fer
ris. and has been for a week. It Is
being fought night and day by men
from the state forest fire commission
iho Mirlilrran Hardwood association
and township details. Dense clouds of
pmoke mark the progress of the flames
and at night the sky shows a dull
red. The fire, which is in the vicinity
of Frederick aad Deward, may invade
one of the most valuable hardwood
tracts In the state.
Miss Iva Smith, 17, of Dnerfield
township, Lenaweo county, was tho
first infantile paralysis victim to d'.e
In Michigan since the outbreak of the
disease in the east, according to tho
records of tho state board of health.
The two-year old child of Martin
Fitch, of Sturgis, nearly severed its
head. In falling from its high chair
at the breakfast table It grasped a
glass dish, upon which it fell. The
head was cut open and tho top part
of the face was lacerated, requiring
many stitches. Doctors believe the
child will recover.
Fire damaged the Ashton building
at Grand Rapid to the estimated ex
tent of $75,000.
Guy Hall of Hillsdale county was
killed when ho jumped on a pitchfork
in a load of hay.
Fifteen miles of state reward roud
will have been built in Wexford coun
ty before winter sets in.
Ann Arbor is experiencing a poison
ing epidemic a number of valuable
dogs and pet 'cats being the victims.
Mrs. Shaw of Rlissfield, has won the
first legal step towards the recovery
of a ?J20,00O fortune left by her moth
Firo destroyed tho Milton township
town hall. It was one of the finest
in rtiral district in northern Micni
gan. Russell Cole, 18, was drowned in
Chupin lake when his horse stumbled
in a hole, throwing the lad into tho
Jako Coos, of Monroe county, 17
ytars old, lost his right leg when he
attempted to board a moving freight
When an emery w heel broke. Jacob
Rop's lower Jaw was terribly torn, at
the Continental Motors company plant
The smallpox epldesnlc Is consider
ably improved .several quarantines be
ing lifted. Only one new case has
been reported at Hudson.
Fred J. Northway, 51 years old, ono
of the best known members of tho
Shiawassee county bar, died in Dur
and, where ho had lived 21 years.
James Allen. 18, is in a hospital at
Ray City paralyzed as a result of a
fractured vertebra.? sustained wnen
he dove Into shallow water while
Kalamazoo's first case of infantile
paralysis was reported to the Hoard
cf Health. A two-year-old daughter o1.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Firestone is
Clayton Updike, a Sturgis baker,
lost two fingers, his arm broken lu
two places and his shoulder dislocated,
.vhen he tried to clean a moving
A. C. Kingman, former rtate senator
from the ninth district and not long
ago candidate for the Republican noio
Inatiou for state treasurer, died of
Scarcity of help has resulted In the
ruin of sugar beet crops on farms in
Woodland township and many farmers
declare they will never again attempt
to raise beets.
Floyd Fox 11 years old of Adrian
was killed by lightning while working
in a field Sunday afternoon. The
binder he was riding was wrecked and
the team stunned.
Michigan's share of the first year's
appropriation of $5,000,000 under tho
new federa' good roads act has been
G.fiaallv apportioned at $14o,783 by the
secreary of agriculture.
Shiawassee county road commission
ers have closed a contract with a To
ledo bank t0 sell $170,000 worth of
mad bonds the coming year. About
50 miles of road will be built.
Decause a small stone was thrown
by an automobile tire through a win
dow of her department store, Mrs
Segal has asked the coancll of Harbor
Springs to pay for the damage.
Arthur Allerdlng and Elsa Evarts
of Woodland were seriously injured
when a scaffolding upon which they
were working broke, allowing them to
fall upon some brick 20 feet below.
A special bonding election to cover
the cost of additions ana extensions
to the Flint water works system, es
timated at $400,000, has been author
ized by tho common council for Au-
Rapidly increasing freight business
and the necessity of qulfkly handling
tho same, has forced the Michigan
East & West railway to begin work on
r huee addition at the Manistee ter
All records were broken for the past
25 years Saturday when the United
States weather bureau at the Michigan
Agricultural college registered 101 and
the state board of health bureau gave
it as 103.
Morris Lelsey, of Muskegon, aged
19 years, an employe of the Rruns
wick Balke Collender company,
choked to death at Mercy hospital
while vomiting. A piece of meat
blocked his windpipe.
Tbo mother tnd step-father of Ed
ward F. Martin, of Tecumseh, private
In Company B, Thirty second regiment
M. N. O., have received notice or tno
boy's death in the base hospital at
Fort Bliss Tex., from pneumonia. He
was 18 years old. He leaves, also two
brothers and three sisters. He Is the
flrat Mlchiean guardsman to die on
the border. -
With rrprrts of one death of Infan
tile paralysis and four new casesone
in Flint, o.h ia Detroit and two In
B.iy county makes a total reported
.n the state of 22 cases, four of which
Tossed skyward when the gasoline
engine on tho fishing tub Walhalla
blew up. Alfred Couture and Will Jero,
of Oscoda county, the crew, were res
cued by Ray and Fred Colbath of the
tug Grade after swimming for an
hour. The men dropped unconrclou?
from exhaustion when lifted to the
USE FOR CRASH REMNANTS
Great Number of Useful Articles May
Be Made If One Has the
Time to Spare.
Often in her rambles In tbo shops
the watchful needlewoman will bo
able to pick up small remnants of
crash, Just a little too long for towels
or of too fino a quality. These sho
can make up Into numerous artistic
end useful articlea if sho but takes
There is a new kind of fudge apron
which calls for a fine crash toweling.
A straight piece of toweling about
three-quarters of a yard long makes
the front of the apron, reaching to tho
Bhoulders. To this are attached straps
which pass over tho shoulders, cross
In black and fasten to the front piece
Just at the walstlino at the sides. This ,
Is a little cooler apron than the kind
which slips over the head, and has
an entire back of the crash and re
quires less material, a yard being al
most enough. A suitable cross-stitch
design is worked at the bottom of the
apron, and the entiro edge is blanket-
stitched with blue, oven to the Join
Iocs of the straps at tho shoulder line.
Snaps under covered buttons hold tho
straps at the sides.
A mending bag of generous propor
tions can be made from a length of
narrow crash. The top Is slightly
curved out to fit the waist and a belt
of crash 6tarts from one side and
snaps at the other. The bottom ,is
turned up Into a deep pocket, which
Is embellished on the outsido with a
design of scattered buttons, spools of
thread, scissors, etc. The entire edge
of the bag is blanket-stitched.
The peplum Is still with us. Many
summer blouses are mado with a short
skirt like Russian blouses or a
shorter peplum that Is worn outsido
Lace berthas glvo a particularly
dainty and summery look to thin
frocks of silk or muslin.
Striped parasols are effective with
plain colored or white suits.
some or the new boudoir caps
which aro often called negligee caps
now, by the way are made like chil
dren's bonnets, with strings to tie un
der the chin.
rockets are moro and more capa
cious. Many of the new linen frocks
for summer wear havo huge pockets,
almost like bags, applied on the
A charming new hat is trimmed
with real butterflies, properly dried,
and placed under whlto tullo for pro
tection. TAKES WASTE FROM ICEBOX
Refrigerator Drain That Will Be
Found a Great Convenience In
A great deal cf time can bo saved
and trouble avoided by disposing of
tho waste water from your refrigera
tor as Indicated by the accompanying
Every housewife knows the advan
tages of this simple device.
Any size of hose or funnel will do,
th nrMr-s are nnren to m. inn
funnel Is set Just low enough to allow
the refrigerator to be rolled out from
the wall without disturbing the appa
ratus. The hoso may al3o be led to
the cellar drain if such connection Is
convenient. Dakota Farmer.
Imperfect beings as we are, perfec
tion would kill us.
A New Shipment of
. S f!.00
ar h '
omen s an
We are showing a full line of smartest
summer waists. Tinted Voiles, and plain
white with colored embroidery on collars
and cuffs. Waists of Voile, showing much
hemstitching and frill fronts edged with fine
lace. All are excellent values.
Others at $2.00, $2.95 and $3.93.
TAKEN CARE OK
mm is back
PRONOUNCED REVIVAL OF POPU
Polka Dots and Checks Seem Des
tined to Shelve the Stripes Saner
Fashion Appear as a Possi
bility of the Season.
Gingham Is coining baci Into fash
Ion. Its more luxurious sister,
checked linen, has been raised to the
top notch of style, and the American
Afternoon Frock With Yellow Taf
feta Bodice and Organdie Skirt
Trimmed With Bands of Blue Vel
vet. The Collar in the Bodice and
the Sash Are of the Velvet.
nakers of the commonplace Scotch
abric have immediately put it out on
The wido and the small checks
form tho leading design. The square
of color may be bright or dark blue,
black, apple green or golden brown,
and if you want to be in the fore
front of fashion, remember to use
the check rather than the stripe.
Tho prophets say that the popu
larity of the latter is on the wane
aud that polka dots and squares will
grow in power with the sun. The
polka dot is already dancing about
the town. Ono already has thochanco
to wonder, with Teter Sewell, that if,
when passing a girl wearing a polka
dot frock, ono played a little tune,
would the dots como out to dance?
The trouble is that one does not have
a flute or a mouth organ in the pocket
at the right moment.
Well, tho polka dots and the checks
will surely shelve tho stripes, and
linen, tussor and gingham aro the
fabrics that bear these designs once
again, as in the sane and wiser days
when women dressed according to
the climate. For decades, it has
been an American Joke that if a man
turned up his trousers, it was rain
ing in London, which was merely an
admission to man's slavishness to Eng
lish fashions; but recently, women
havo worn the fashions of Icy St.
Moritz on the hottest days of an
Tho American climate calls for cot
ton, linen and Chinese silks when it
is at its worst, from the fifteenth of
June to tho fifteenth of September.
Gingham la cheap and most admir
ablo frocks of it can bo made at
home; and with its advent into fash
Ion, women should make tho best of
it. The blue and white checked linen
Is also admirable, even If a bit more
expensive than gingham, and the
dressmakers have already turned to
it for frocks for garden parties and
even for afternoon weddings la the
urn aa t
XBKMtM WOOOWSAD &IATS.
ADOPT THE SPANISH SHAWlj
Charming Garniture That Is Being
Rapidly Taken Up by the
American Women. f J
The modern belle is rapidly learning
things about how to handle a scarf and
shawl she does better with these
than with the coquetry of the fan,,
which nobody but a Spanish woman
seems to know how to handle cleverly
nowadays. Rut the way women are
making pictures of themselves with.
their new scarfs and shawls convinces
the beholder that adaptability is bjr
no means a lost art.
With the Spanish vogne well estab
lished, there ia a perfect crazo for
long, wide lace mantilla scarfs and for
fringed and lace shawls. A big shawl
of black Chantllly lace In which on
can wrap oneself from throat to
knee is an enviable possession and a
costly one, tooP The women who havo
come Into such shawls aa heirlooms
may deem themselves fortunate Just
now. White chiffon scarfs are bor
dered all around, within a two-inch
hem, with black Chantllly Insertion
and a scarf must be very wido and
rather long to havo eclat now.
One Parisian firm has brought out a
beautiful evening wraD made ef black
thread lace, a deep collar of the lace
falling obliquely over the main por
tion. The collar is gathered to a neck
band of wide moire ribbon which ties
in a bow at one shoulder, the lace
wrap leaving the arm baro, while the
other Is entirely veiled.
Chudda shawls In coral and flame
color aro in high demands. Only the
genuine old shawls, real heirlooms,
have the wonderful eoral flame tints
considered desirable, and some of
these shawls aro bringing high prices
If you cannot afford Birch a substan
tial possession as a genuine chudda
shawl or a real thread laco mantle
veil your shoulders In the evening
with tulle in somo rich, contrasting
color. Emerald green will make
striking background; if yon are blonde,
black tulle may bo ecrnally effective.
With gray hair, magenta, orange of
certain shades of green should be de
lightful. Buy two yards of tho tulls
for the length of tho scarf. Crush the
entire width and do not think of hem
ming any edge. Throw the light length
of tulle around your neck and shoul
ders and let tho ends fall or float as
they will over tho skirt. The effect Is
graceful and becoming, and parties
larly so to a tall woman.
The flounced skirts aro charming
in thin black, whether two, three or
five-tiered or composed of many rows
of little ruffles. A rival of these mod
els is the petal-pointed skirt which, at
first plain edged, now often has Its
points outlined with a narrow frllL
sometimes plaited, sometimes gath
ered. A charming version of this
idea was seen a few days ago. At first
eight it seemed to bo composed ot
haphazard points and frills, but thero
was really a definite schemo In the ar
rangement. There was three tullo
skirts, one over the other, cut Into dif
ferent shapes, the two top ones edged
with ruffles. Their placing was
clover, and the dainty widening at
tho hips was insured by a bit of hair
cloth or in braid it Is now, called
which was placed under the tulle.
Dots ss B'g as Dollars.
A dangerous rival to the Etrlped
goods for sports wear, however, has
appeared In polka-dotted materials,
with polka dots sometimes as largo
as silver dollar. There are even,
sports skirts of dotted satin to bo
worn with llngerio blousco and a silk;
sweater In tho color of the dot. Tussy
willow taffeta in bold designs areals
used for such skirts and when mado
in a side-plaited model aro exceeding
ly ccod looking. Harper's Bazar.
Capo coats for little "between' girls
are unlike the old style typo In that
they include a belt, and tho cape does
not necessarily encircle the shoulders
One French model Is of green browni
cloth. The cape comes forward on tho
shoulders only as far as a raglam
seam. From there It curves under tho
arms and the cape falls at the backj
and over the arms In ripping folds,'