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An informal dance at the Country attended by Mr. and Mrs. Willard N. Hall, Miss Laura Hall. Mr. Dick Hall, Mr. and Mrs. wer hoit T A rmttmnf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bcott Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mul- vane, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Connen, auso lYances ConneiL Mr. Horace Hall, Mr. Louis Hall, Dr. and Mrs. W. N. West, Mr. and Mis. Arthur Capper, Mrs. W. E. Drechsel, Miss Edna Herbst, Miss Helen Brown. Miss Clara Fleishman, Miss Gertrude Hankla of Los Angeles, Miss Rosy Johnson of Oskaloosa. Miss Floyd Robenson. Miss Helen Smith, Miss Isabel Smith. Miss Florence John stone, MiS3 Cornelia Abrahams of Bal timore, Md., Mr. John V. Abrahams, Mr. Harold CoDeland. Mr. Edwin Curry, Mr. John Clugston, Mr. Guilford Dud ley. Mr. Russell Frost. Mr. Sam Fleish man, Mr. Dan Hammatt, Mr. Dick Hayden, Mr. Harlow Hurley, Mr. David 1.41 kin, Mr. Dana MacVicar, Mr. Jim McFarland. Mr. Paul Walker. Mr. Henry Scandrett. Mr. Ben Scandrett and Mr. Monte -Kistler. Mr. David Page Trill give a dinner at the Country club tonight for Miss Grace Page, Miss Effle Page, Miss Ruth Bribach of St. Louis, Mr. David Bowie and Mr. Arthur Morton. The following girls took an early hike out alon the Missouri Pacific this morning, starting at 4 o'clock: Misses Eleanor Keizer, Katharine Mann, Gladys "West, Rebecca Hughes, Jennie Maxwell. Jessie Mihleisen. Mias Florence Welch will entertain at cards Tuesday afternoon of next week at her home, 622 Tenth avenue, west. In compliment to Miss Margaret John ston. Invitations have been limited to the members of Miss Johnston's bridal party and a few other of her intimate friends. AH the Topeka club women and many visitors from surrounding towns are planning to attend club women's day at the Topeka Chautauqua Tues day. Mrs. Eustace Brown of Olathe, president of the Kansas federation, and Mrs. James Humphrey of Junction City, president of the Woman's Kan sas Day club, will be the principal speakers. Mrs. Brown arrives Monday and will be the guest of Mrs. A. C. Al lison while she is in town. Captain Clad Hamilton gave luncheon yesterday at tne Country club for Cap tain Richmond Pearson Hobson. Gen eral Wilder S. Metcalf and Dr. Robert Stewart. Miss Mae Petro, at 920 Tyler, enter tained the following g-uests at 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening: Mrs. Anna Gibb, Mrs. Seller, Mrs. Etta Lacey, Mrs. E. E. Wagner, Mrs. Wm. Brown, Mrs. Frank Petro, Mrs. Nelson Petro, Miss Mabel Foucht, Miss Lula Fordyce, Miss Caroline Vesper, Miss Emily Resing, Miss May Watson, Miss Edna Simpson, Miss Bessie Bates, Miss Clara Shirk, Miss Olivette Candee. Miss Jeannette Diller, Miss Reynolds, Miss Grief, Miss Cassavent, Miss Nor ma Petro, Miss Margery Petro, Miss Dorothy Berry. Miss "Grace Welch will give a" musi caie Tuesday evening for Miss Norma Petro, Miss Mary Burnett and Miss Dorothy Berry, three of her piano pu pils who will give the programme and invite their friends. Mrs. Elmer Barnes and Mrs. M. Sargent gave a picnic supper last night at their home in Highland park. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Billings. Mr. and Mrs, Luther M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Holcomb and Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Burdicks and their families were- the guests. j Mrs. George G. Moore, Mrs. H. L. Peppmyer, Mrs. T. J. Hankla and Mrs. Robert Stone gave a lawn party last night at the Moore home,- 1253 Clay street. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zanone of Nashville, Tenn., who are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough and Mrs. T. J. Scott of Chicago. The guests were limited to members of the Con Seur club and their husbands. A pretty home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Harrison near Auburn Wednesday evening, July 17th. when their only daughter. May Belle was married to Mr. Hubert G. Kingsley. The bride was' becommingly gowned In a cos tume of white silk with trimmings of val lace. The attendants were Miss Bessie McElroy In white silk as maid of honor, and Mr. Eugene Kingsley, brother of the groom. The Rev. Mr. Brown was the officiating clergyman and Mrs. Frank Stahl furnished the wedding music. The house was ar tistically decorated in asparagus fern and flowers. The ceremony took place under an arch supporting a wedding bell." Mr. and Mrs. Harri son were assisted in the receiving by xvir. rranK .Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stahl, Miss May Hamilton of Topeka. and Miss Lyde McConnell. There were about fifty guests. Those present from a distance were Mr. Willis Goldsmith of Athol, Kan.. Mrs. J. C. Murphy of Clyde, Kan., Mrs. G. Bradley and son Frank of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Harrison of To peka and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Porter and son of Wakarusa. Notes and Personal Mention. BROAD-BRIMMED SAILOR HAT. "' T " ' This hat is one of the best-liked models shown at several of the most exclusive milliners'. The trimming is very simple, and presents few difficul ties to the home milliner. The model was in fine white chip, trimmed with a large bow across the front in green taffeta ribbon. A creamy-white rose, with mottled white and green foliage, was placed acioss the back at the base of the crown. The hat was faced almost to the edge with green taffeta. SANlfffllfEs Mr. and Mrs. Carrol B. Merriam and their son Jack, and Mr. Arm In Fassler will leave Monday for the wnlte Mountains to spend a month. Miss Annette McGibbon who was the guest of Mrs. A. D. Gray in Chi cago has returned home. Miss Eva Ellis of Boston 1s visiting Mrs. Gray. BIBLES You might juat as well jjet a Bible to suit you while you are buvinp;. We carry in stock oyer 200 kinda. All kinds of Type India and Regular Pa pers PronouncingjReference, Teacher's American revised, and all others. ZERCHER'S Books, Stationery and Office Supplies ? tor Catalog of the Department of Interact Miss Ruth Bribach of St. Louis is the guest of Misses Eltie and Grace Page, Springdale Farm. Miss Katharine Mann will leave Wednesday for Denver to spend a month. Miss Lena Lord will return tomor row from a visit to her sister, Mrs. B. D. Woodward in Lawrence., Mr. Maurice Le Croix will go o Moline. 111.. Monday for a visit. Mrs. Clifford C. Cryder of Wamego, guest of Mrs. Park S. Bangs, 723 West Tenth street, has returned home. Mr. Ilif W. Felix is in Lawrence for a few days. Miss Helen Ingham will go to Over brook next Wednesday to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Con well will go to Silver Lake for a fishing and camping trip next week. Miss Effie Mulford of Hoyt is the guest of her aunts, the Misses Gra ham in Westlawn. Miss Ellen L. Meldrum, one of the Topeka school teachers, left today for Menomome. Wis., where she will spend a month in the study of sew ing in the Stout Training schools. Miss Meldrum is a graduate of the Kansas State Normal school and has taken much work in the State Agri cultural college at Manhattan, and in the Bradley Polytechnic institute. Peoria, 111. She has specialized in manual training work for some time. Dr. F. E. Iserman and little son Eugene, returned from Glenlsle, Col., today. Mrs. C. F. Johnson and Miss Roxy Johnson of Oskaloosa who have been in town since yesterday left today. Miss Beulah Parker of New York city Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Graves of Kan sas City and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ray and daughter Marguerite, of Emporia, are the guests of their mother, Mrs. S. A. Umpleby, 608 Jefferson street. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. St. John of 125S Polk street are the parents of a daugh ter, born July 2 0. - Hutchinson News: Mrs. A. R. Mc- Nair of Topeka and Mrs. C. F. McNair of Haven spent the day with Mrs. J. E. Foltz, Fourth avenue east. Mrs. J. E. Mercer and her son Ed ward will spend the next two weeks at Dover and Eskridge. Miss Isabel Smith will leave soon for Pryor Lake. Wis., where she will be the guest of Miss Nellie MlUspaugh. Mrs. Clifford Histed and her chil dren, who are the guests of Mrs. Byron Roberts, will return to Kansas City tonight. Mrs. J. B. Larimer returned today from a visit in eastern states. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brigham and Miss Helen Brigham will return the first of August from a visit in Tona wanda, N. Y.. and a trip down the St. Lawrence river. Miss Edna Morrow and Miss Helen Morrow will leave a week from today for Charlesvoix. Petoskey and Macki nac, Mich., to spend two months. Miss Grace Welch will leave In a fortnight to spend a month In Chicago, and from there will go to Greensboro, N. C, to visit Mrs. Bradley Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Koontz and their daughters will leave August 1 for Manitou, Colo., to spend a month. Dr. H. E. Lyman will return next week from Califorina. Mr. Wallace Thompson of the City of Mexico will arrive next 'week to visit his father. Dr. A. H. Thompson. Mrs. K. E. Carpenter left yesterday for Union Pier, Mich., to spend two months. Mrs. Charles Guild and Miss Flor ence Guild will leave Monday for a three weeks' stay in Kansas City and Excelsior Springs. Mr. Tom Frost of the City of Mexico will arrive July 20. for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Frost. Mrs. Frost has been here several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Davis. Mr. Eugene Sallee of Kansas City will spend Sunday with Mrs. Sallee at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blood Smith. Miss Mary Connors and "Miss Hazel Nelson went to Baldwin todav for a short visit. Miss Stella Joerger and Miss Rose Otto of Leavenworth are expected in a fortnight for a visit to Miss Connors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Mitchell and Miss Mildred Morton will go to Colorado soon to spend several weeks. Mrs. a. sj. Lytle will leave soon for Michigan to spend a number of weeks. Miss Alice Tucker and Miss Grace Tucker of Manhattan will arrive Mon day from Newton for a three weeks' visit to Mrs. F. G. W. Travis. Miss Jessie Travis will return Monday from a fortnight's visit in Holton. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Nichols will spend aunaay with the James Troutmans on their ranch near Sllkvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cope and their daughter. Marie, went to Kansas City today to spend Sunday with Mr.- and Mrs. John W. Bush and will leave Monday for Ludington, Mich., to spend a month. ' Mr. Lute Wikidal of Chanute will spend Sunday in town. Mr. W. W. Whitney will return next week from New York. Miss Frances Mitchell went to Cher ryvalo today to visit Miss Elizabeth Strickler. Miss Lou Nash-will leave next week for Chicago to study at the Chicago University. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Givens have re turned from Redding, Kan. Miss Ruby Givens and Miss Pearl Givens return ed last night from Colorado Springs. Mrs. F. L. Park will leave in a week on a trip to Denver, Colorado Springs and Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Knowles have returned from a visit in Sabetha and Washington, Kan. Miss Ora Allen of Chamite Is the guest of Miss Anna Hoch on her re'r turn home from Honolulu. Miss Harriet Stanley of Wichita is the guest of Miss Bernice Fuller. Miss Laverne Young of Wetherfork. O. K.. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Woods, 1200 Quincy. Mrs. Robt. Deitrich and daughters, Arline and! Bernice, are guests of Mrs. Julius Rosen"5 or 120V ' Q'utncy street. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Swan, Mrs.' C. T. Slayton and Mrs. W. Roy Slayton left last night for Denver, where they will spend the summer with Mrs. Slayton's daughter, Mrs. Lee Johnson. Mrs. Geo. L. Brenning, formerly of St. Louis, and her children, who have been visiting her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Coldren, left this morning for Kansas City to remain permanently. The Ladies' Aid society of the Wal nut Grove M. E. church, assisted by the ladies of the Dorcas society and the young women of the Delta club, will give a social at the church Tuesday. jmt ii i i iimi hi i Miss Mary Matthews, of North To peka, visited a few days with Mrs. Skaggs. The canning factory has a force of about 30 girls but will need double that number next week. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heller In quite sick. Miss Bertha Severance went to Wa karusa Thursday. Mr. W. H. Tllner has ordered this paper sent to his new address. Las Ve gas, N. M. Barn and Horses Burn, Abilene, Kan.. July 20. R. T. Holla way, who lives in the second place south of the Rock Island station on Buckeye, was awakened at 1 o'clock in the morning and found his. barn nearly destroyed by flames. He- was able to rescue the cow but nothing more. Four horses, a lot of feed, harness, etc., to gether with nearly $1,000 worth of sea soned timber he was to have shipped today to the Winchester Arms com pany were destroyed. The total loss is about J2.60O; insurance $800. LAWN MOWERS GROUND 75c 4T -Ci. 75c tlirJrA - . - 1 - With this improved power machine the only one ever brought to Tope ka we are able to grind your lawn mower the same as it was originally in the factory. . Lawn Mowers called for, ground as they would fce in the factory, and de livered J5o Central Cycle & Supply Co. D. B. SIMPSON. Manager. Ind. 188; Bell, 1910. 71 Kansas Ave. Topeka and Wichita. Engineer Charles Yewell is In law. rence visiting his daughter, Mrs. Harry (jr. vv iison. Fred Schramm is a new hostler at the roundhouse ana has been assigned io nignt auty. Engineer William Simpson has been laying on at his nome in Argentine on account of sickness. Brakeman Earl P. Caffertv has re turned to work after a short layoff on account oi sickness. -. William Morf isey, roadmaster of the eastern envision, nas returned from a business trip to Chicago. Fireman N. F. Foucht is working in temporary switching service in the place- or Engineer welch. Conductor McCabe has returned to work after having been off for several days on account of sickness. Engineer Becker of Newton has bumped Engineer Minard on runs Nob. 17 and 18 between .Topeka and New ton. Charles Wolford of the express office is suffering from- an attack of fever and has gone to his home in Atchison to recuperate. Engineer T. O. Jones of the Osage City-Alma runs has returned to work after having been off for several days on account oi sickness. Conductor Clint Coddington is run ning on runs Nos. 121 and 80 between Topeka and Emporia In the place of Conductor Tom Verlin. .... Conductor Rhodes of Argentine has been taken out of road service and has been assigned to service on a work train east of Argentine. . W. H. Hutton, ; chairman of the rlevance- committee of the Order of Railway Conductors, is in Topeka for a few days on business. Tom Wilson of Wellington, who has been' visiting in Topeka for several day3 " has left" for Las Vegas N. ' M., where he has accepted a position with. the Santa t e. Engineer J. E. Polley is laying oft on runs Nos. 61 and 62 between To peka and Argentine on account of sickness and Engineer E, D. Webb is runnin- in his place. John M. Schuler. a machinist in the local shops, died yesterday in the hos pital as a result of a stroke of paraly sis which he received while at work a few days ago. Claude Blake, the former assistant secretary of the Railroad Y. M. C. A., who is now assistant state secretary, is in. Topeka today, visiting friends at the-Railroad association. J. W. Cain, who was formerly as sistant engineer of tests and who is now with McCord & Co. in Chicago as mechanical engineer of the company. Is in Topeka for a few days. Engine No. 1025 was taken out on trial trip yesterday afternoon, by En gineer J. N. Kelly ' and Conductor Bankhead. The engine will be as signed to service within a few days. Engineer Will Rain has returned to work on runs Nos. 113. and 114 be tween Topeka and Florence after a layoff of a couple of trips. During his absence Engineer Ed Ash had, the runs. . - ... Arthur Ray, a Santa Fe employe of Arkansas City, who has been- in the local-hospital where-,, he was operated on for. the amputation of his left arm at the wrist, has retiyjied o his home in Arkansas. City. i .......,.- .... Engineer James Thomas; who has been laying off on funs Nos. 105 and 106 between Topeka and St. Joseph for about a month, Teturned to woVk yesterday, relieving Engineer Ed Scahill who was running in his place. William Gardner., "manager of the Harvey eating house in Topeka, will leave tomorrow for a three weeks' eastern trip. While on his trip Mr. Gardner will spend Put-in-Ray, Niagara Thousand Islands. . Engine No. 1672, which was recent ly received from the Baldwin Loco motive works and was set up in the local shops, was taken out on trial trip yesterday morning and will be as signed to service on the Colorado dl-. vision within, a few days. Engineer Ed Scahill, who has been running on runs Nos. 105 and 106 be tween St. Joe temporarily, is now run ning on runs Nos. 109 and 110, the plug runs, between Kansas City and Topeka in the absence of Engineer John HIggins who is laying off. ' A. L. Maher, assistant secretary of the Railroad Y. M. C. A., returned home yesterday after a couple of weeks' vacation which he spent at his old home in Warsaw, Ind., and the an nual Y. M. C. A. conference at Lake Geneva. Mr. Mayer reports a fine trip, , . . ; John R. Black of Topeka went to work this morning in the- electrical department' in the shops as electrical helper. He will take the place of W. J. Miner who is laying oft for a couple of weeks and is in the hospital, where he-is being treated for Injuries which he received in an explosion last week. OUT OF RECEIVER'S HANDS. several days at Falls and the At . the Air Dome. - , Commencing next Sunday night the Miss Grace Hayward. will come to the Air Dome theater for- a two weeks' stay, changing the bill nightly. Aside from carrying a strong dram atic company, Miss Hayward has sur rounded herself with extra strong vaudeville features. Among the acts presented will be DeVere and DeVere. America's premier song and dance artists. DeVere and DeVere have ap peared in all of the larger vaudeville houses of the west and are filling a special engagement of sixteen weeks with the Grace Hayward company. During the two weeks here this clever pair of performers will change their act nightly, never presenting the same specialties twice. Grace Hayward. Lew Welsh, monologist, well known to all theatergoers of this country, is also witn this attraction and will ap pear nightly in his own original mono logues and parodies; he also changes his act at eve' - performance. Lyons and Lyons are i..a third big vaudeville feature and have been seen in this city with several of the larger musical attractions. "The Flower of the Ranch" will be the bill Sunday night. EASTTOPEKAHOfBES The J. P. Baden Produce Company of Wlnfleld Resumes Business. Wlnfleld, Kan., July 20. A settlement has been made in the Baden Produce company matter, and the business is now out of the hands of the receivers. The arrangements were completed by W." C. Robinson on his recent trip to St. Louis, whereby it became possible to get money to pay oft all the credi tors but the banks, which will furnish enough ready cash to pay 40 cents on the dollar of the Indebtedness. This will enable the company to get out of the hands of the receiver with $73,000 worth of stock alive and active. The company will open business owing no one but the banks which will be paid out of the first profits of the business. After that what is left goes to the stockholders. FOUND A POT OF GOLD. Wichita Man Stakes a Strike While Digging in Ills Garden. Wichita. July 20. Mr. Nitsehkn said yesterday that he had discovered a pot of gold In his potato patch while digging for a gopher. Mr. Nltschke is one of the old set tlers in this country. He is accustom ed to strange things but the discovery of the pot or goia is me strangest thing that has ever occurred to him. Go phers had been bothering his potatoes and he was working hard to get rid of them, it was wniie G'gging in a go pher hole that he found the yellow metai. -, - - - When visited byi-i rennrtpr Mr Nltschke was not very communicative. He said that robbers" had been trying to rob him for four years and he did not want it known how much he had found. Meet ma at the Chautauqua. Mr. Ben Fink of 209 North Laka is unable to be at work on account of sickness. Mr. G. Beck of 408 Jefferson left to day for Zanesville. Ohio, to visit his parents for a: month. ' Miss Hazel Jolly of 235 Chandler left today to visit with friends over Sunday at Carbondale. Mr. Dbor of Lake street met with a serious accident on First street by hav ing his collar bone broken. Mrs.' W. P. Morse of Kansas City, Mo., spent yesterday with her sister, Mrs. G. A. Baxter, of 134 Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron of Kansas City, Mo., were the guests of Mrs. R. O. Wilson of 325 Klein yesterday. Mrs. L. Osborne of 409 Jefferson will leave in a short time to join her hus band in a permanent home at Wichita. Mrs. Reddick and two daughters. Bertha and Sadie, of Oklahoma, are here visiting Mrs. G. H. Watson of 106 Chandler. Mr. Lon Repp and Mr. Hamlin will sing a. duet at the mornlnff services of the Third Presbyterian . church. Don't fall to hear tham. Mrs. P. H. Wood Of 132 North Lake street left today for an extended visit to her son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pyetzki, of Horton. Kan. Mr. John Shuler of 204 German ave nue died today at the Santa Fe hospital after a lingering illness. The remains will be taken to St. Marys for inter ment. Miss Hattie Jones of Frontenac, Kan., who is here visiting her aunt, Mrs. Martindale of 701 Jefferson street, will leave next week for a visit with friends in Leavenworth. Mrs. G. Tracey entertained last even ing Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Johnson, Mrs. Morford, Mr. and Mrs. Yards and son and Mr. and Mr3. Havens. Refresh ments of ice cream and cake were served. Mrs. Keith Wilson will return Satur day from Colorado where she has been visiting relatives for the past two weeks to spend Sunday with relatives and friends before going to Hutchin son to remain permanently.. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gibler died yesterday at 11:15 at the home of his parents. 133 North Lake. The funeral took place this morning at the Church of the Assumption and the Interment was in Mt. Calvary cemetery. The Junior C. E. of the Third Presbyterian church was entertained by their superintendent. Miss Nellie M. Fountain, at her home Friday after noon from 2 until 5 o'clock. Games and lunch were the features of the afternoon. Mr. G. Flintham took their pictures on the lawn which will be sent to Boston in the near future. 15; Cents' a Day Will amount to $600 in eight years if de posited regularly with The Shawnee Building and Loan Association, 115 West 6th Street The accumulations of small regular savings are wonderful. ' Temporarily locat ed in the Columbian building while our new home la being built. The Washer woman ! Is the worry of many a household ! Is she the worry of yours ? If she is, why not try us with your next fam ily washing? You will never worry any more. The Weil-Dressed Man ! Likes nice, smooth, clean, white Linen, Collars and Cuff s ! We are as careful as careful can be ! Try us with that next fcundle and see. CITY HAND LAUNDRY LYMAN & ULSH, Proprietors. Phones 546 Phones 546 "A Standard System" Is not what the employer- asks for. He doesn't care what Shorthand you write. He will judge you as a stenographer entirely by your finished work. If you write, out his letters quickly and axactly as he wants them, he will pronounce you a good steno grapher, whether you write a "standard system," an up-to-date system, or even no system at all. But while he may not give a thought to what system you write, he will quickly see that you are a superior stenographer, If you are a graduate of Dougherty's school, for the simple reason that as a writer of Dougherty's BRIEF SHORTHAND you will read your notes so much more readily and more accurately, as a writer of Dougherty's TOUCH TYPEWRITING you will handle the typewriter with greater speed and precision, and because of the great amount of actual experience you- have had while in school you will know more about the best display and arransrement of letters and business forms. Orders Filled by Mail at Once Enbmlt a sample of what you are using and get our prleeg. They Wll ' Interest you. Our facilities aro not excelled. ' Expert PrintersEigIit PresscsRush Orders Bank and OSes Stationary, Labels, Cartons and Paper Eoxsi a Specialty. PSTlKl IRITPn 1H ' 1 1 oul'okVsterrlos TTsI ' S I Modern Macnwsry Lowest Prices - x-" New ldoas W. W. Gavitt Printing and Publishing Co. eOl-603 E. 4th St Call Ind. 'Phone No. 99 and pre will send for ycur copy.. Tcpeka. Kama. 33-2' COSTUME OF NET, WITH SATIN BANDS. The design here pictured would be practical for any of the thin voiles, marquisettes,' chiffon cloths or nets, the strap trimming used being either of broadcloth, silk or satin to match. The model was in black filet net, trimmed with bands of satin and heavy white lace, drop ornaments were attach d under large satin-covered buttons, which helDed to trim the bodice, The . uimpe and undersleeves were of fine white Chantilly . lace. The skirt w trimmed with bands of satin, which were applied on graceful lines.