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THE VANITY 'OF WOMEN.
Some of Them, Plain by Nature, Secure Attractive Pictures of Themselves. Famous Artists Give Away Some of the Seorets of Their Studios. You Must Know How to Dress and Then Pose to Sult the Wearing Apparel. I Written for TiE. Iar.,NA INDErrrPNDET 1 ES, IF YOU ARE A BRIGHT WIO man, and even at the same time a plain one, your picture-taking need not be the dreadful bore and disappoint mnt you have always thought it. It yon choose, it is the easiest thing in the world to get a photograph which doesn't flatter you until your own lover couldn't recognize it, but which does show all your good noints, and weaves a little romance all around you. Now, in the first place, for whom are you having; the pictuao taken and what do you went it to tell of yourself? Choose your mood, dress for it, let the photographer gures it, and then reveal it to the world in the curves of your form and the expression of your face. That is easy, for you've been doing just that all your life, you know. If you want something to send to your relatives, and your other enemies, don't choose a mood, but cross-question the Ipho tographer about the best side of your face. There is really an immense difference in many faces. Then choose a pose that will wear well-one not impassioned, sad, or glad, but quietly meditative, as you would appear among strangers or a crowd. I'll tell you in two words how to pose, but you will find my reasons for them farther along. Have some idea to convey. and convey it by the most powerful of all languages-suins. It was the photogranoh of a queenly woman, who stood in a perfect poise, look ing at a deam or a reality just beyond her. A dozen others besides myself crowded about it, wondering at the marvelous fo.m and finish of this specimen of photographic art. "Is it art solely, or is it a perfectly natural attitude of a natural woman, and who is she, anyhow?" I questioned, and hurried into the studio of the artist who had produced the picture to find out how he did it all. "Sit down." he said. "Art is long, you know, and this may take some time. Pho tographing is but the imitation of the nat ural, and in this picture the sitter, who is an actress-also an imitation of the natural -was in league with the camera to do a clever trick. This woman, you see, has a splendid form, and the pose is taken simply TO SHOW H01 FE.RFECT FOits. I and solely to bring out the line of waist and hips, Without it the picture would have been taken without an object, and you wouldn't have looked twice at it. See here, the en tire series of pictures is taken to display that perfection, but you wouldn't guess it. and that's where my art comes in. T'he attitude of this is negligent, but I have not failed to show the characteristics of the woman. I watched her nmovins shout my studio and I learned that she is alwa s dig nified. In her motions she is a queen. So I made he- nature explain Iteelf in these quiet poses." "An actress must be a much miore .at isfactory sitter than the society w.:o:ul." said I. "She is, a thousand times, Il c:C: ., sihe i. in sympathy with you and kn rwe you ale working out some desiun by which sn emo tion, an idea, or a suggestion is to lie con veyed. Lillian Russell never offe ed a hint but once, and then she apologized lor Inter fering with mly husiness. Bunt the fashion able woman knows how to manage it, and thinks on', e Ionund to impos.., on the pubt) lie by giving her what she wants. There are just a few broad principles sof posing which every one should lis.siw. A wnmreni should never have a full length photoirasph unless her fo in is fine or her attitudes ae passionate, full of life, feeiir., beauty or whatever it is that runakes one love a womalnn. Dress has much to do with thes sIcoming fashion of full length photogra: bl , too. The bell skirt andl the pretty diinutramn make so many things possi.ble. Wsi-,, you can almost const noct a history n:r untd ; woman with a bow of ribbion, a fold of TO sHnow ttiai AND asIoitL'5iss. cloth or a piece of lace. When I have to I do that I bagin at tihe feet, and attsend to the head last, or let it take care of itself entirely. All I want is to express some Idea, to make the woman seem to have ass aim in what she does. but this the Iaverage sitter can't comprehend. S.he looiks at you with black suspicion, and he wn't wo'k with you. If an instent's self-foretful ness produces sumething excellentt, if Ihe throws herself into an attitude which tills a tlhousand things of her nature, anis vos rush back to the camera shoutusg: 'lDon't nove for your life!' oh,. grasicus! wisst do's she do but look blani arnd rigsd and ex - pressioulees, ani nv. 'I never was so un comfortable before.' Of course, it is all over then. But if a woman does oueseasily and intelligently, her likeness will be more real than that of the beet actress one sees, unless, of course, the actress possesses con asmiate art, or a form 'whih can make yon forget , ay oe item, Th .e metres as so long createaapart to Play that her lndividualit gets diluted aIlawere. Lillian Russell aS Queen Elizmbeth Is, first, LillIan Itausell, and then Queen Ellinbeth. There is no association, no imaglnatlon, in ushb a picture, and the result, perfeet as a repro duotiye art, must still be somewhat dis appoilhilun. -"Bt a beautiful, w rmn woman, who Isn't afraid of espreesing her nature, or letting ne do it--and there you have theee 0n trancing pictures of society leaders whom we all koow," Iiere the artist was called away, and I walked about, analysing the pretty pastels, crayons and aquarellea on the walls. A noticeable one was a large aquarelle of John Roach's daughter. A delicate, regular profile was clearly Set against a darker background. bse waving hair was coiled low on her neck, which was full and finely curved, lHer gown was quite decollete, but r. , PROFILE AND COIFFURE. a cape of long dark fur, with high rolling oillnr, was throw loosely over her shoulders. I he portrart was that of a fastidious, regal woman, simple in her tastes, but wonder fully effective in her fashions. Anoth r o: a fasounting little society girl wt omi I herpen to know was thoroughly char acteristi.c, She was leaning well back in a white wicker chair, over which was thrown a white rug. Her hands carelessly grasped the two a mes, and the lines of her faultless neck-that 1s. her first beauty were all shown by the way in which her head was tipped backwa-d, exactly as 1 have seen it when she is wickedly guying some unhappy dangler. I wonder how the artist knew? Much figured white tat estry is used, I no tice, for backg ound effects, and right pretty it is with a regular profile pressed closely against it. One such photograph was splendid in ef fects of light and shade and artistic enough, too, for an ideal conception. The girl, a well-known Brooklyn belle, was dressed in white, with wssh drawn to a voint high on the b east. Her lack hair was fastened in her neck with a with e ribbon. The simple evening gown was just a trifle low and cut with a round neck. She was sitting with full eide view of body and face-a rather ovel pose-and her h ead was slightly preesed forward against the background of figured white satin. Her attitude expressed laasitue, reverie, a little ensive disap pointment. It was imaginative enough to have belonged to creative instead of repro ductive art. I learned that the platino type photo raph is becoming popular among wealthy speople. This style in sepia finish costs from $15 to $i3 a dozen. But it resembles an en graving closely enough to be worth the price. Mounted on a thick mat, and deli cately tinted by a careful artist, the result is extremely beautiful. Later I went across the street to bear Sarony talk about the way he poses fash onable women. When I broached the subject he hounded into the air, shook his arms toward heaven, and I knew I had touched a woe. "I tell you what it is, I have my own way with them. I havet to for the sake of Sar ony's reputation, you know. A woman anme to me ones with her husband, and she wanted a picture of bi noule. Now what could she see in his profile that wasn't exe crable," and Napoleon clasped his bands with a tbitter upward look. "Heaven only knows. 'Madam, it shall not be.' 'But I want it, and I'll I ay for it.' 'Well, you oust go to some ope else. Your husband's profile would ruin my business.'" Sarony doesn't like the prevailing styles in dress, either. He says i woman mustn't pore in iia own which boasts of the leg 'o mutton sleeve. The dress should be either very decollete or finished high and close about the neck. A line of cloth just below the collarbone is awkward and spoils the tontours which makes actresses picturcp so Tartltic. 'hinu s muastn't be bunched up a aiout the neook. hat ought to be free, natural, perfectl unconstrained. "hat are the the styles in posing at pres ent?" 1" don't follow the styles, I make them. I You can't have a style," with indignation. If "The.re never will he two facte s alike, so von can't La.se two p p!,,, alik,. Whatever 1. retty p',,ages y~1t women, and you'll fol low hnroay'e auvice." "V.'Wha0t :o you thick of the fashionable (/ 1 co"*ll r' "Oh, not .or bad, not so ha'l. 1 like t.hI curis h .r. wi ves. ailnd I hltte a; art. It l0an't :irn.t e, btw e,,tr p al. W hty irt.'t wo u,-rt o pu .. It, ? 'yl? y pose, a y 'll usl, i t t al.o ndow tlems~lve4: it.'i i.ii . Iv' r l.t ruo. I wont to hetake itin, al: I , cm it 'i. that. I to.ke 'ern ch1n e their dr-eeo theugh, when thiv colenil tu v, LIv i r t r outes. I won't t-kl the bli atur t wo.nl w bhoa. Lbri inn . ul'i Irv" ti. nudt of her sleevei: it's a trlav v , t! , im itr i ll divie, and it 1t kesi i.., thluk I'm not tn artist." 'I I .. i ~ilcon b.iati to talk about hit f Ilosa :,,c e', a.d I heard no move of pilhoto ra]lhic I ones. ALea ter. Siner its ! r! int,oduction, IElectrio Bit tersc n Ia Ki ur,1 ra,' idly in popular favo",l iuntl trw it is ie-t rl in the lead nam, ulne III dicunil tolics and altrLatives.- -eon tilog nlthi nilR', whi- l lIerilt al t usI lku ta a b-vert e Ie o, lii, l t icallt,I it Cin: .eiiratl d l a the ibent .n I ipu est t.lt it e for til all 1.tiio 'of stoiznith, livd, or kdnreya. It will (tcure sick headiilr , Iidoiiv tl IIIon, (on stipaltIon, and dtvo mtlarde trowi tho system. .i t ,ifation l tl , rainteed w ith each bollt I lor the IollnOl will be refunded. 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Monttna, offer for sale $10,000 of the coupon scbool bonds of said district, the aame to bear ina terest at a rate not exceeding seven per cent per annum, payable annually and to be come due and payable in ten years from the first day of Januanry, 1831, and issued in de nominations of $500 each. The said cou pon bonds are to be sold at not lees than their face value. Sealed bids will be ;e ceived by the board of trustees up to three o'clock in the afternoon of the 29th day of October, 1892, at which time all proposals will be opened and considered by the board of trustees. The right is reserved to reject any all and bide and sell thesamseatprivate sale it deemed for the best interests of the school district. Address all bids to A. Y. Lindsey. Columbia Falls, Mont. By order of the board of trustees. DR. JOS. PIEDALUE. Chairman. A. Y. LINDbEY, Clerk. . IAM I .MMONS-IN THE DISTRICT Scourt iof the First judicial district of the la e of tMonutan in and for the county of L.ois and tIlarks. 5 rtti ni. laintiis. to. Mary I'. curmen. "IthI state if Mintana sends greeting to the above named defl:danlt: Yto art Cerby rtuiiroed to appear inan action Irllrllt ia gliIinit youl by the ahove named p0lin toil i. t:aeditriot cocrt of the kirst indicial dis triot iof lt sta'e oi Montana. in und for the c.i ly otf LewoItl[ ('laruse, and to answer the 'tmottllnl Iied tIhereoin, within ten day, trctin, ive of lie Icy of servieo) after the arY:o o o lyou iif It.s olmitLUno, if Oerved within tiiiu ,u t,: cr. if snrveal iat of this conuly. but wiflm tlo usdisiret wihtin tweulty day: othierwiBsi withtli for:y iiay.. lie jitdgaenuit icy default will to token agintiat ymt, according to the prea)er of ca:il cornttxilat. i m saiid naotlo is brought to obtail a divorcee fro,,o tl-l d:endatt cry i.. nurman. 'lIhat the ratauo ,I, artiun all g,.l is the cdesertion ..f the tilan ff by th dI nildant \ ithoei reaoo.,ble aca.se. a:ld adllutlr lcotuntltd by the dof,'llunallt with a pvrson unk bp wn to !be pla nlfil Iat iCal iltl eL.. at divrr tmlesn uknon, to, plint ill. A.i yontt are ierebty notifitl that if yoa tli to i at,'tar and aulcoer the said Cocplaint, v: a bove : rauere.d, thie aitd i.,atllla will applt to the cou: fir tin reief d-lnatadedl in the eimtlaint. (itvera ndor my band atnei seal of tle dls" tr.e, cort.l o- thoe L~'r.' ?,dicial district of the s' ai of Montana. int and for the county of Lewis and i lal ke, this luth day of ,) t C teal / iiii., ", ti, .i. yea.r of ..ur ord, i,*.trict one thtosand eight hundred and J()IHN EiAN, Clerk. Word. Bmlt & Word. ALttorneys tor Iltittiff. $500 REWAIRD! FOR THlE IECOVERY OF The Body of John McPhee Who was lost Sept. 30, Ir1hl, in Dear Lodge county, west oi -inuni and co.th of Elliston. Wcis last -een about three miles ea-t of the Ontario mine. He wore a dar_ suit of clothes and hat, al::o a wat, n with his namO e engravod on ins.ide cas.e. Address intormation to AAGNES McPHEE, S16 South Ralekh St., Helona, Mont TO 'THE F BOYS AND GIRLS: We will give to tlhl boy or girl obtaining the largest number of subscribers to THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, between now and the 1st of January, 1893, a first-class railroad ticket from HIelena to Chicago and return, a ticket of admission to the Fair, and free board at a first-class hotel during the stay in Chicago. There are no condi tions attached to the offer except that with every name sent in the sum of $2 shall be remitted in advance for a year's subscrip tion. Names may be sent in one at a time as they are secured. They must be accom panied with the statement on the part of the sender that he or she desires to enter THE INDEPENDENT'S World's Fair contest. ALIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. t'hai-es W.. Iroby, plaintiff, Ye. Emmna D. Treotlen. Grover 'lreutlen and Charles i). Cur tis, administrator of the estate of Edwin i. Trentlen deceased, defendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant : Youare hereby required to appear inan action brought against you by tihe above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and 'larko, and to answer the complaint filed therein.within ten days (exclusire or the day I of service) after the service o you of this ont mons, if served within this county: or. if served out of this count y, but within this district, within twenty days, otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will ba taken against you according to the prayer of said complaint. 'iTe said action is brought toobtain a decree of this court for the forecltsure of a certain mortgage described in raid complaint, and exe cuted by E. B. Treutlen nd r.mnlra D). 'Irutlen on the 24th day of July. 1839. to secure the pay ment of a certain Irromtssory noe of the sarme datein the sum of $Itu.0 \\ ith interest from said date until paid at the rate of ten per cent per annum: that the oromi'es conveyed by said mortgage tay be sold and the proceoods applied t.' payment of said promiss ry note; and in case auch proceeds are not sltlirient to pay the same then tooltain an execution Igainet said defendants for the balance remainins due. and also that the said defendants and all persons claiming by. through or under them, or under said Ildwin H. lrpetlen, may be barred and foreclosed of all right, title. claim, lien. equity of redemption and interest in and to said nort gaged prisr's and for other and fartller re lief, as will I ort. fully appear by reforenle to the complaint on hie herois. And you are hereby notilied that if you fail to appear asnd an-wr It raid scomdplaint, as above required. thie said plaintilf will aplily to the court for the rselijf desslatt -d in said csompiaint. tiven under miry han-I and the seal of tile dis trict rourt of the iRest, jsrdisia dlistrict of tte statoe of Montana, in and for the r- -- - .. soutnt} of oLewis sid t 'larko. S-eal First 1 tlIss tih dlay of Oct,lber, in thsI Jud. l)ist - year of our Lordl oe thoupa.sd Cosrt. 1 eilght hundredi and niuotsy-two -----' JtIllN it-AN, ('lerk. By S. W. rt, sTONs., lteput1y CleLk. H. B. Hopner, Attorney for Plaintiff. SSPOIKANE FAIlS ANiD NORTHERN R&ILW.A.Y. 0 * SEASON OF 1807. " 0 0tonnal Lake and Slcan, THE NEW ELDORADO. 'i'hrough from Spokane to Nelson IN TWElVE 10L OURS. Direct rnt to o tle 'OI,VILLIE VALLEY. KEI'1'I.IC lI 'Vi;l. IssUNl)IlY MiEtbEK. PAL MElt Mi, N'I i AN i-AIitVIEW, TIIAIIl ;REEK, IltliON, NI'r LeON. IHALFOUI' I'lhOT' HAV', AlINsWOt'rll. KASI.O and all points in Irlstish ('llnumbia. ('umnell' llu t tLr t. I a sea ng 'r folr Ievel stoke, ' u r.il t rek s, liootenai 1 mi ssel -rallr.a, ints will Iease j'sis , r cot s' 5th.siate asid 'I issrslsy'. t re.li ct with r' a-i sr l lhtnslraat Nollthport on Ti es ay- andl Frridt i I A.K. PRESCOTT 4 DLA hER IN> SMarble and Granite MONUMENTS HEADSTONES. Iron, Helena. Fenaing. Motaula. NEW SIOUX CITY ROUTE " E MAST. * * Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux City, the only Cora Palace City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa; Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac turing city, that has become a "world withinitself," and Chicago, whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi. cago, and with a Close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims fo the new and every way desirabl SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further partict Lars call upon local ticket agent, t address the undersigned at Man Obester, Iowa.' J. F. MERRY, Asat. General Passenger Agent. A8 OIGNFES,' ALF OF BITEEP.--PI1SR Ul ant to an order of the United Btatr. circuit court for the listri: t of Montana. the cnder ignoed vill receive soniled |ropovalb fr tho our chooe of a onc-half interest Iouniivyled) in and to tih Miller & tlotf band of ahee, near Ma, lin tale, in the county of Megh or. tale of Montana. consiotingt of abont 11,h01) , a nd of ahc-ep; alto an undivided one IL:l[ iuturest n and to all personal propotty belonging to said bostneco, and uoed in counection therewith: ale: an dutlvided ono-hai of .bunt I .cl0 acrro of fenced land in the hUnaelshrll valley. co nmy ,of loeagher and state of Montana. boliongilg to and need in connectii n with said boaino... Iidy to be -eceived as fo.lows: Un all of the protert I erein aloe maontione'd In tn h,cIt: sleo iut-, I It e rece rved upon tie nndividvel onu-half interest in the cahep and of all of Lho per onal ! ",percy IlrlJing to raill bhu.inee o In one hot; and a!ao will b roeired el n -pnall of thelo land in one separate lot. l'artti desiring to I Iorc'|aso said propertv may male bidci u0on one or more of te lolt, or aIl of t helrem , above mentioned: all tide to t- in writ'n , sealed, an: each accomneaciel by a c-rt ficd cherk for one thousand doalart ($1.th0) Occnck ta I. r, turned if bid is rejected, to be part Payment of , sCet~, bid. or a forfeitnre of an acc.1pt4d blcht ufnlflilled old: terms of payment all canh, ,r half ca.h wilh mortgage on Iproperty sold or balance:; hid, to e nlbmlted t,the onder signed not later than Nov. i, 1812: all bids srb ject to approval or rs;eetion by the court. DIo tailed d.eacription of lands, title theret,. sechol oles of sheep aand personal proplerty will to fur nished on atlclicaton to the nltdorsig:edl at a ,- I dreases beloh,w All bide to be opened in to rt. I erfect title guaranteed, subject t, purchase money yet duo oulaind. J V. J" ROIMl, PATRICK KELLY, Aseignoes. First National Bank Building, HIIsel a, Mont. OFFICE OF THE WOODRUFF MINING company, Helena, Mont., Sept. 1892. Notise is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of trustees of said company held on this date an assesment of three eighths of one mill per share was levied upon the capital etook of said company., payable October 17. 1892, to John W. Luke. treasurer, at the Helesa National bank. Any stock upon which aid aeesessment shall remain unpaid on the 17th of October, 1892 shall be deemed delinquent and will bhe duly advertised for sale at public auc tion and unless payment shall be made be fore will be sold on the let day of Novem her, 1892, to pay the delinquent assoesment together with the costs of advertlsing and the expenses of the sale. Jieo. W. EDDY, Beo'y., Gold Blook. QUIGHNESS * * AND 0 0 NEATNESS Are two things which every. body wants when he gives an order for Job PriRtiRg. The Independent meets these requirements in every reo spect. It has just added NEW AND FAST PIIESSES, NEW AND BEAUTIFUL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is prepared to execute any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without de lay. Work for Mining Companies Is a specialty on which we pride ourselves. We are al ready doing the work for the big Companies of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for more. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write uk for estimates. THE INDEPENDENT, HELENA, MONT.