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V v - "4JS - -S7V - . : " - A , , . . : : : z :- , : : ; , ... . ,,, - . , , ., - - i ; - )? tre ..rlr. a toTI'ay dncs ( if. w Ly.not make It a tanjo : -r,e t..a:r? Ccth of, these - f '.entfrtiir.rr.ent are tijht . I i;t ti e crfmtino lead all i:vrr) t ? y. o can lir.ee, r - i:.. c r . T.-rr t:t tc C tU s ; f r ' wj.j t !.r.,-o r '.' t e can. .is .dancing ,the . r: i everybody who can'f other people sway nr. ir.g to its., eccentric is i".;r ; t rr.!,. tcena great1 hubbub r.cv dance, byt the reneral f-Lcut ' ixr.r .i-.s cf c; .r.ix-u,' barnng that. of the rcr d Grmany. is that the lir.so is r. o ;ct r hear t ; very r-. i rytl - Cr.e ; ; r.zilcr ! ; Kk u : tec: it :.d ulte t armless. , Its gestures "in v !:at the Lunny bus '.ct, ' ' lis gestures are so .r 3 1. they do not mean . . ' ' ... "... ' . : ' " - -.' i -V. . r ; t tik. "What .can the t hr til this tar.so fussf . r . ! lact, there ts really no :: -rover. The tor. so I new vr . .3 the minute peo- ',r ta frr. trace, or to be em--.r.ytl.'.rj. cew and out cf 11 e i- r tr;c Ihe c t T. - "T .T . .1 T:; Gary hones the entire family connection, great and small, . , Is fathered together" for Cbrlstnias dln .r. and It L often hard when the f es trones litt over', into" the" evening, to atnure in a qultt fashion the children . if tl'e ta'i. The foilowir.r games rr.&yV he . or , s , 10 so;-.t dlsirasted Loft??: . ' " . - . - ' .A.4rr7 c.i.rd rcaie is played with an V' c.rifi';ry t.-uk.cf r-laylng cards. Each piiyvr c'.vi' !he..cryrof an anlina.1: ' V- fhir is p1ayd rxartly tbo sarae " cnly when twr cards of the f.iJH 1: t :.d coia tojrcf.hcr you cry cut :ia. ycyr . exponent.;' .baa ".cbosc-n, ra.-v pr, bvt 'the mere -the mer - rivv. ; 'icn ?i third t wofis two cards :i--e .( i.v lr. h;i cwa. liand;.-ho can r:.Vrt?ei' fcr crJlln out the, cries of t'i -"j t. yterroTx-w----.-'-; .v-r-t "i:tlard i io'.s of fun 'and easy to ." 0:0 11 you l.av a number of old potvr-.)u oct k-now what to do ?&k -Cut -each picture postcard In tr-1 TVhn thle.ls. done mix them all " tT ,t-r:or. ard the children will find i a r?ry exciting far-el piece, the . -yld n ;pjrtcaris iogeUier again. ? ;: taVlrjc race are great, rpor.. All ;ihe iayera sre (svide4 . tvith pencil :tsi-payer, cnjne isv chosen to start ie cut-: 'Vycuggratlca; a kubjectftfld , ayU:g fo:' .,uppos ti cnoosee, a r , 1s?n to Xe drawp. At the word "go!' V- .-cTi ' playe j drawa . a." ieaa-.-.tjatn the .: starter aya -itp.,V 71e next, player V "tj vea f urtber, lnlorsat!on sv.cn aa, , -.I'the-horva total the word "atop" ; .x.a from the -one-who suggested It. : ' 3i5vc ; to ; tb . picture, v sUrting and v : : 'vNvppirg tb3thers,Mlr eyerv: One ui &d.tnr--30 -thoce who have -.-. (sAr-flettiO tP;r crewuig e-re ow red :tr;V"i.!ii:ir; tbe"rtafhoxerpie- il tvrs Is ccatwerra in rev . i no greai r ' vlct 1 -to' gre-!lttbe uiost unexpect 7 ',4 oga; abd the finished, rawiags -:'-:-'? vsya caia xrtotfc' -::-v:-',;; "--v- "V'iC :-i. ?- . .'- . .. . v rtif 1 mv .. . 'of "c-'cew shades" of tba season eil;?iatSv:ia;tnlght;:If 'twndarful ', Uat, ot crlmsoaand not ' '- .... ..u..tl.iii k.hn.11 lha Brt V: it wis discovered.' or o the story goes, by a designer who lingered la a green- bv-e' at dusk. Ha. found that th ys :ftorrpf tb boUiouse flower changed "'".-' -j-v aa extraordinary manner ; a 1 the etadowa fen deep yellow became pink. y evrple' was -black. and the hardy red a f eranicn took onaa'asVenlahlng. pir pi glow that gatf0be4naplratton lor tb new ,ahd. -. TOM M4 . .. .. ' jhe TcbUc has always been given to uncertain ' spasms Jof -' ehthuslasmfor things- not always worthy, of enthusi asm, but it has never been.eo xabject as at' the present time.1, . Even In the ancient . days of theVprophet ilhe' cry was tor novelties, but' nowr. tbe cry seems to be for nothlag els. ,--. A'-r "Of course there are a: number ' of Fc:'::uiT.::::::!S!!rc3iETS rpHE smart woman of today " may," If - she so elects.. find the sara con-r-fortf In thrusting "hfr ; hands in her perhets .as -"that rvilchsafcd to ' the sterner. .'sexl":.!. Behold '.the pose of the pretty maiden in tha picture. , Bhe has both bands daintily held in the pockets . - . ' .-- ' .-' V'' 1 t--.".- T..,, .. . fi, . t N '-.: . V4 --v ,Ws.:vfei; f !! i. - . :?. Jr.- I. fj.f i - iOt ' iWv. f :;?:!!of SATiNVAimviviT.. x : of." a lavender eatln . akurt. ;Tbl poae gives a Jaunty: air to the- flgure, 4 The very; handsome nodel lis accompanied by a coat of violet velvet trimmed with; ermme..'By the .way, this . royal ; com blnatlofi of purpW velvet i and ermine Jg.a fashionable effect Ibis -srtnter. J A t Ar - ISO A-.:?.-:-' -r:iWV-.A-,. -1--i'.--; r . 4 ' ' 1 ..-- ' I - "y-r::"l!.. I i- t :!. 1 r m rn r-r N,. . :.;-.-r.V--i---- fr-;-.-- i X'AVJ ' u iy .'.Ol I; l-TTV ; be warm befors th tea I placed r K-'' -- ' 7Ttn i! -t UVVV-;K- land a fretv pot, mad for eacft e " .-'V.-----:.-v-.- ; Xj NT": " '" ""V r THE; DANCE :.; v,V:-3.- -;;t;-;j .OIRL wbo la famous among;her fxf Wends for ; her; skill' in ? candy making.'. finds herself ' this year facing the problem of an almost eefpty pocU etbookiand a, long gif ( list Ehe rea sons that there is; only one way out of the dlfi'iCuUy--lther to give iBome of her friends candy, or abandon" the Idea of pres en t gi vlng al tpge tier. ' 'To this gl rl Christmas-- would ; not ..be- Chris Unai without gtvtng,..ao the candy .offerings are' going to -wlti -the-day. "5:-;: ':x ' ': Here are tbe recipea for ebme of the sweets' which will be . sent tor friends' packed fin pretty1 homemade crinkled paper baskets and boxes; '.;i7-V"'-"'": r,; Msjrshmailowa Two cupful of sugar and one cupful ot water. Boll togeth er until rthe mixture -la britUe whea propped Into cold. water.J; Dissolve two tables poonfuls of gelatin In -six table spoonfuls : of cold water. ' ;Vben the sirup la., done pour )t overtbe gelatin and beat twenty minutes. , Powder a Row Si 2$OT Jong. ago a. woman'' tnagaxine r asked; thes question, :rwhat effecti has" th skirt on woman walk?? : Th following lav.; bow one.-,contribator answered.' ib-AViMSjXiL i"Qur r great-f taa toother t ba4 T a queenly- carriage, u Walking with them was aa art. , It was evldentthat ifiey wire not spineless women., ; During, the day when . the certin. behaying b oopsklrt reigned women walked elm Idly.; They, took ; little mincing steps, and : poets compared the' feet to little mica stealing, ia and out. n There was a. certaln"demureness about 'the wall in .the. day . of ' tha crinolmel - It was then', that, tielr handed were: carried folded for the reason that It was quite impossible to carry " them t ahy Other way. V.TTbese little step .were again seen during the reign ot the bobble .aklrt. but then there was no ihyneas In either carriage or demeaaorl ? ry. INDIVIDMJ; tOAEI ; "TtTE have bfece:-famliiariwitb' jhe various kinds of toasters "now on the market, and now come a littl In dividual toaster; " rack with ' alcohol lamp- T These racks ook' Just .Ilkethe larger ones, but are jrneant. to res t at each plate after" the V toast ha : been prepared . In- ai largerV toaster, .4 The email alcohol tamp Is lighted and two or. three plecea of toast kept piping hot at one' plate until needed. '-f " These toasters sjs of Gertnan impor tatioh,' silver plated.' and make aa at tractive table ornament ' i in r- ctmc and a Christina function of tbia kind would b torely with all th tpirit of tha ToIetMe and its cbanninc decorations of boiljr and plna as-an additional attraction. '", . I Tha success of such a taa depends upon tha comfort of tba Individual guest. ;Tbia calls for cood roanajre tnent on the part of tbe hostess. Es paclal thought should fee riven to the i v. v; 7. w.vrv.. -V,v.r deep cake pan wjth three tablespoon-' fuls of powdered eugarj and', oner of ccrnstarch and let the candy atand; in the powdered pan for a day Or night; then cut out In aquaree: and; roUa more" sugar and cbrMtsjcW'ln'-. V Mexlcaa Kisses. Bpil three rcoptula of light' brown sugar aad Jsr cupful, of milk 1 togetberfuntitvlt threads: then add 4 teaspopnful of butter. '-Tak from: the fire, flavor with'-vanilla-and add a ,. cupful oty broken nut ymeata. Pour into a greased pan and cut out In squares when It hardena.':-';f.' x Bntte'rscotchl- Three 'cupful 'of white ;ugar." half ea cupf ul 'of water, half, a; cupful of viaegar or half ata blespoqnf ul of cream :.bf tartar, a ta blespoonful "of butter and eight drops of extract of lemonL.' Boll without stir ring unUl It WUl snap and break Just before 'taking from theflre add k quar ter tff a teaspoonful of soda, pour Into well buttered biscuit Uns tor the depth of quarter of an lncb Mark off into squarea when coloi- t ?r: Hffcct tbe Slalh Tbe wlde: plaited skirt madeTlt .pos sible for : a long stride,- but . its . great drawback : was - beaviness,' apd ther tere' ao many; women burdened -. with, i te w-eight of their, akirtathat It was almost. out of the quesUoh to fake any ateps at-all' d::'-'?ld; 'K-. ."There was a time when every soft of .walk threatened to go out of exist ence, '., That was when the first yard wide skirt "put in an : appearance and the tailors and dressmakers- had' hot even thought of the belpfut slit; ' - "Woman recognized In the' stit-s Bf saver; buC on the other hand. ber'oWrt innate modesty compelled ijier at first to look at Its askance. Since then. the elit baa gone to the worst of its ex tremes, and now. like every good and had fashion, the reaction has set in and tb slash Is beginning to disappear. v It Is interesting to ; speculate npoh Just Wha( effect the new:'figure.ln..tbe new pegtop skirt will. bavs on tb walk.".: - ;AM8ER BEADS NOW. CTRINCS of. amber; headers. being t'--. worn now in placeot; f He white imitation7.1 Ivory? beads. which have goner completely iUt ' of ityle. tTb larger: bne'i amber ! beads, p. the better for smartness, and somepOne' atrjngs have graduated beads, as small as' peas at 'the', neck and gradually ' growing larger down-the rong. loop" until the beads 1 at the waist line are-the aize of marbles.. Theser yellow beada are very effective against ' whiter lace and "em broidery bodice fronts, em they are not becoming to every woman, V 0 F TODAY5 AND YESTERDAY. . ;-AA -' C:. J f w ?Jk )k UL , In a amillnc conrersatona); tasbkm lures the little forming groups to tba sides of the room so that a clear paa-i saga ts kept from. tba tea table through the center of tba room.,- - i' : As for th refreshments, wbat a lot of perfectly Jtwful tea ona swallows tn tba course of a, social season tn ; tba name of politeness. Let me whisper quietly to you tbe secret of a goad cup of tea Ttjia water, must ba boiling at should in it igbt also f . ' . . 1 It v '.- w A;A' s AEIJJPUa and very fresh; ftnlshVlai given to'v maniof ; tbe morning frock with low cut necks by delicate Tttch ee of wh 1 te ' tb Iff on. 'C",f' &-i i A : dainty neck, arrangement ; on . ar corsage of dark chiffon and satla con sists of sort folds of chiffon outlining r v neck and -edged with a ruffle of soft white tocefVii ;tfJr. Cherry colored'; voile' de sole' is' the foundation of smart afternoon g own, i rf.:4ii . , USEFUL n O L "TTERE la exactly the present for tbe 1 girl .with lots of handsome Jewelry in her possession .Jewelry, every .'one knows,' ' . require. - regular cleaning '1o keep it' J n perfect, coodlliort. and now comes a special apparatus for thia purn pose whicbVlncludes a sawdust box. di vided by e piece. oX perforated fiber; a zinc pan. to the base of which is sou dered a grating maef ot an alloy of metals.' and a -small brush. . v . By putting a.eolutkw made from oae tablespoonful of bfcarbonate of soda !ind;. one ieaspoonful table salt . ils aolved In one quart ot Water into the i . ': .-. . - . f -'J. raessa 5 :.-' ."'r : and1 the taavcartly "ioearartd; ons taaspoonfut to aacb gueat and ona for tba1 pot ta tba id fashioned redpa which cannot be irasrorad noon. Thia aoonda tike a alow process far af targa number of - guests. but - who. would rather not wait thajf suffer and al a few dropa of lukewarm tear -' A propoa X : tea, ' rcamomUa ta a smart and refreshing brew for the la formal tea hour a wonderful calming and curative beverage and. above all. ao beneficial to tba complexion It ta a fad of the winter abroad andpopn lar. too. here at boma" . r s v .; Naturally the pjetrf - de 4resJstance5 at a tea tertea;biiVthe tango affair cans Tor a rood rjcuich of soma kind- grape ulce if one Vs.' cot In accord .with na wee drop of somethln' stronger. "Tiny pate ; de. Tola graav sandwiches, long andrery thin, cut from the heart of a slice , of bread, and a bit of pastry are alt that ta really necessary for re fresbmenta. but . naturally . thta Is a matte of 'Individual, taste and the da manda of one'i, environments, but It la alwaya foolish to prepare too heavy, a board,v:!V-' 'J-rjij-:';' .,yi ':L'J'J I For the tango- tea a room must . ba given up to the 'dancers, and a Taxtime crchestra.Mf he can afford tha ex pense.' or a piano banjo and fiJdle or guitar make good muslo to" which the llfht fantastic may. be tripped. A Grownup .have a " childish . lore of rdresslng p, and -a popular txpres sion of this fad la carried out in the bal poudre or costume dances of the Lbula perioda. X It la easy to copy: tne dress of these times, and where cos- tume booka or Illustrated bUtory 1-.;"";..- Hm' .Mn.Ki ..ir.,ru"x which Tall orer ; to elniuats umea are not available the moving picture 'shows - help out, i wonderfully,.! depicting, as they docostume styles of all perioda.Vv-:J.'rf---a ' The contrast between the averag tango tea -frock and th picturesque dress- of long ago is beautifully illus trated In th picture shown. XYhat could be more graceful than the frock worn by the courteiylng dune and her cavalier, who la quite as elegantly ar rayed toy the minuet aa his partner. ' The formality of such a function de- nia&da '. thai, .regulation -- ceremonious supper and all the frills, aa the chil dren aay. ,"of a "real partyj ' v ' r.:'- : daphne dsan. : ; FL.'. LiT CaTi.E C-.i:-iL..: A LEAJDINCf cdrsetlere when lnter viewed .recently sail that .th cor set of. today was r.ol a corset but a poultice. "Instead cf wanting to .take off flesh 'vwomen'- now want to put on I corsets.; she compialned. Th nor cf it', the better. -".For Instance, if . a wo manLhasn't th' advantage cf a Canta Claus.tu'mmy sh -fills In'the.rounisd froni' or th ; up to .4la.t . corset with pa'dJih&She - also, pads "ar th vaist irr.e, ;---.:''"-- - v-'.-,-- ; :.-'... i: Madam? grudgingly r admitted ;'that hips, were bound, down, but she didn't think -it; would last long.. Drapery over the hips will bring then In arilrv . The new .-"listless .figure Is very hard on the stout woman, and the stout woman- is usually the middle ajei Hper fcon and ' If liapossLlbl to rr.ake the average middle aged " wenaa - lack rickety.. Bhe may appear vcn..pl-d. but that's about alt As a result, the averasa tvetnan is not golnr in for the Unity styles. "She wears the straight front corset yfiUT.no curve 4 L'r.wi ta a fashion concefc-itofu . , -: ;.. And It's the sensible thing ta do, for af teryears cf .hard ' work at. all khn 1 3 of'exerclss -and kclf restraint la the Clatter. cf eatln x everything she likes she is loath to conceal, her slim lines under a padded ccrset. AncV r thing In" favor of : the void straight i;jsei u their youthfulness. ; Almost all wcraen dread anything which cuuests asa, ParUy veHed with a tunio and corsage of , the ' same ' material la cherry and white stripe ,' the effect Is undeniably pretty. a lace yoke edged with bor der f cherry and white, as is also the lower edge of the straight tunic, and long sleeve with deepband frilli fin ish a lovely gown. i ; v : ;-'.- t An effective magpie gown U' of, black crepe de chine'over white chlffonl with a, coatee, of heavy guipure lace. :i-.-f --,a,' '--f.-t .-jf--.. I DA T -v r S c K 1 N ' i - 7' ; little xine pan a galvanic actloo 1 gen erated,'v-.j ..- Thia detaraishes ?th Jewelry when placed; in the paas touching the metal wiiV;s by simply actfngon- the tarnish. After the cleaning process tb Jewelry is-placed la tb sawdust box and turn ed, upside down. The sawdust pours through the perforated .fiber.' polishing the;Jwelry the WhUe.: and-when nbe last grain of 'sawdust baa , poured through r; milady,--; findsf- ber. Jewelry bright, and shining" on tb perforated fiber ready for - use without tbe ioces- sili- of. brushing off th sawdust. v '- t.-'T?''fe'wtT-r:. v ; Jllv'-'--;-'. ' ' xs''"'"' ... . , i -. ' ' I - i- ?-'V ',.. -I , Ji S-.fcv'-v S '" I t:i'.DTS IVuTEl CLO-.Bj :: t niiiiiini i j ut bar glovea the woraaa wb eaa- - arord to buy whatever aba "wUhea ' tnaocently . announces to whoever acana her toilet to precisely what ex test aba ta pcsud ta fashions,, . -- . -.v Te Wear With TaHarei telta 1 -;.Trabuttca'l-r. black glovea wlta. whit . stltchlnz w whlta glovea wttbi blade cr -whlta autcilrr, ia glace kid. are c: rrect for wear wit taUored kulta.: of ar color, bot very arsart for mora;. tags are the ta-':fel capesXla glovea' -. ta whlta, ani t.xt ia favor tie taa4 . plQaea, trlramd c.i tls tick with three 1 : alngie rows et sell thai slIX stltcblna: ; A- ' , aai fittaed wlta Urs smoke peart .n buttoaa.' J-i - , ? .. ; 4 V'-f-r fof ARsreson .Wtais'C ' Vent cblo'for arternoon use are'tb- - . two fcuttcyV .i lecgtSu la tfe vartvVV-i ous' neutral tones, with vxaiyka Inset ; topa defined with a Cne eLkld In a.-" V' ' CoctHitinar,f.tAa,; Te mcst Ceclitt J 'i of these conirsit show Ja th.fclJickj. v or whit 'glove bavins; inauv cr lat ender laseta at the top of the wr'-ita - ;iF.Evenina'veai I f. The alxteenJ button length ta ,wh:t; . glace kid,, trimmed across tha back ct -the hand I with"- three rows cf tlick rt:tc?:!ng and at the top with faurrsws of braceleu' In black kid. Is a Icai'.rj novtUy ln, evening gloves, . but ther are other attractive novelties. One ta ' -ttt. . . I.W kl V- ! long, foamy cuSs, asd a feeco&i model bak-topa tries e 3 with turned .over cuffs la bUck velvet embroidered with, cut suet beads.. ' ' ' -. " , r: EFFEOTi:: littlh c:?i TF cj i m a tit cf crl-tal e.'.:v - hanison. sr.i e Active, 11 f-r makln? a car-Jcai for the girl goes , about to alttrrooa .- f r..'.' Th Klustratlaa h: 1 a i-lr.y ci- ) v: 4 . t. ..... . WWae w - C ' tMs k'-if:v!: r. :'.h a ! . 1 I ' T.'i:H' tl.rry ci r t :l t " 3. :.- 5 t:.-. c h-:ivy whit 9 ? Ilr.i. - - thj c: j ti..1. - -3 fr SV;..;.. CAiriTY. cm: X dai;;tt v "" i-iclra t...; 1. 1 sr.ai :-rc::.' 1-v:. tl-:. tl-lnth tsr.r, ; t'.li ars.an.cvil u. ril ani a 1 la ped a dal-ty r;'- r r-.i, ' fol's. over ani fa.; .-.3 wtib tu.::a cr small llr:r clip. ! iU rrzu girl wh- ii tir:zT ci h:. c -- reer c? h..:;!:::;!-t rr.vr: r-' ' : . h:r r-lnJ tt -t-s v:; :ir: t . ' . the test cf the L.-l.;.. .j a 1 i and net to alio 7 a-7 rt'rhtrr' f j ' of 1 arvelcua r. 7 ii v : . : j to . 1 turb her equan! !t7. Li , ca cc .'.y hers;lf wir V: i kz- t -Li , Is axood, housjrTl's without any i:i tj housework she could cot t.rr; . . 1.1. the helps. .They rr.';ht rnai i- a little easier for her, but th-7 toula not !nprovei her art . : Alijost- an wcr.aa can tj 1 t:ol housekeeper. wiea ail her work is a c,ompllsbed fo'ber-by tha InrenMoj of men.- It is eaay t be a good bo -as-" wife when the patent.waaher does the laundry; the meat-chopper bash; ths meat,' the vacuum cleaner ' doe4 th weeping; and dusting the patent plate ' rsxlfdrleithe dishes, and soon, put the -girl who can point to a spotless hocj a well cooked dinner, beautifully wash eoTTtnd ircne. ;clohes , and caaeay. "This work "baa all been "done by my -own bands without the aid of any me- , chanlcal Jtirneand labor aaving Instru- ments," this girt deserves all thapral- and all the credit owed' to that rnot rarof all moaernr''woma,: the perfect - bousewlfev '.vf . '..- ... .- v. ? Good 1 housekeeping H . essen t'Ty 'si matter of auperiority of methodi rath- ' r. 4than ; equipment V It a .irz .thof. many, of tb ap to data tapiecsitaia-v ' . vented for ; tbe sayinsr of tlrns ani -.J bor Are the" greatest aid ta bousekeep Ing but om of them ar really very expensive. and beyond th mean of -" number of women. Does "this ;caaa ' -tfcattbese women should - fo!4 Itieif bands and give up the hope of evsr be - coming efficient boose wire! ?, Decl-ed- ly.otr:;" -- t-::. !.XB tact is inas ao xnuco cr us rw f essary : work ia takea;b3Mthe ahoul : s ders. of the' modern housewlf b5 tS a -c' labor saving invention that ber mt4 ods become .decidedly lack, r She 6-; . v pend on machmee and .really Vrowo . to have no ideas on the subject or rw housework.: t ' : QUAINT C H I M A O R N A k S M T3- rximrA ifleures aualnf ladies' with. . , V . v . -. ' -w . chlnAvr cheeka y and -? gracefuy ehry flgare are'fieesed la gay etlk g3r.a, each or whlclk coaceals a sizal's tx t in wbichcandie 'or; mzz -rnxur: ."' pr any sort ;of trinkets cou'.J : -t. These .charming." ;?china - laJ.s c t w S2.7S and make oeilghtful . ChrH'n 1 presents. .'SinW kof them are ttr 4-.-roUg guitars.: aa4 oen are saitn , raptly ia china: ialrTor.'an J cur.it are lansruidljrlaiiniatisem::lTa.'i' ." ry. ' f - -'' i -5 ;-;i A;?:;. f;-?vfe: 'i .?:-1 -y r"" " s -' -' '- " .' "