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I THE WORLDj MONDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 23 1903
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I r 890JO M07lSGES RIG J1 > RlNG FAJH10lJ GO NEW YORJ
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r Dressmakers Protective Association of America Which I
t Meets March 3 Will Try to Prove Local Costume Designers
t Equal in Skill to Their French Sisters
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I w America the land of tbe bestdrese
J t juroman Is to become the homo of the
b Jbt dressmakers it the prediction of
jJMts Elizabeth White President ot the
Dressmakers Protective Association ot
> Ukmertca No 174 Fifth avenue are woll
> founded
The convention of the association will
bpen next Monday and up to ilaroh 14 nn
exhibition of the American modistes art
s be placed before the public Miss
WBilte affirms that the Parisian gowns
1 Ib1cl1 w1l1u be shown In comparison will
bAVe to look to their laurels
1 The competitive exhibition of Amert
can gowns Is the first ono ever held m
r j J New York The object of the display
and the awarding of prizes Is to elevate I
the standard of dressmaking
The American wonnn Is recognized
everywnere to be the bestdressed wo
n pI4Il cnld Miss White this momnlnET to
an Kvenlns World repoter She car
ries her clothes whether Parisian or
homemade better than her foreign 1111
I tera eo why II It not a logical conclusion
to draw that the American woman can
I fbecon the best creative genius of good
lotyla We have oad exhibitions Cot
10 JFuis gowns before but this Is the very
tillt time American powns nave been
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put on exhibition
J From Kvcrr Slate
5 The gowns Which are being received
uklly by the association and which will
displayed In Masonlo Temple are
j coming In from every State In the
i Union The first to be submitted was
t tlfcrom Miss Carrie Weller of Dallas
r Tex and li an American pink gown
= lItIS an evening dross of pink silk net
jf1 over pink taffeta trimmed In chiffon
It 1 Wd lace medallions In designs Miss
PI JjIJnda R Wade of Mattoon Ill one
Of the sVlce Presidents has submitted
j
i la stunning street irown
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iI 5 I The different classes for which prizes
i e4 Itrlll be given are evening gown street
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gown walking suit dinner gown even
ing coat street coat child coat shirt
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f k J Three prizes for each class will be
I given and 1000 has been set aside for
yhlt purpose The first prize ot all Is
100 for tho best gown in the entire
collection
At least 350 gowns will be shown In
Masonto Temple and a dazzling exhi
bition of American designing la prom
ised Dressmakers from all over the
country will attend the convention and
lectures are to be given during the ten
days cession The features whereby
the American modiste may Improve
will be made clear and Miss White
who has Just returned from Paris with
a large number of French gown will
speak In detail of the Frenchman art
In fashions
A feature of the convention will be
the fitting of corsets to the living form
Hygienic coring of the corset will be
demonstrated the wearing of hose sup
porters and the correct fastening ot
these to the corset will all be shown
Three Shows at Once
Throe oshibltlona and lectured will bo
carried on simultaneously at Masonic
Temple where the convention proper
will toe held at Btrls Hall No 132 West
Twentythird otroot where tailor les
sons will be given and at the associa
tion headquarters No 171 Fifth avenue
where the Parisian models will be ex
hibited
While the New York modiste Is recog
nized as the leader of styles In America
the officers of the association say that
from Denver OWoogo Kansas City and
the leading Western cities design of ex
ceptional beauty and originality have
been received and that the Interest
which has been jmonifeoted In the big
New York competitive exhibit will un
doubtedly have a pronounced effect upon
the history of the dressmakers art In
Hits country
An Innovation In the skirts whWh Is
of American design and which was orig
inated by Miss White will toe one of the
features of this exhibition The skirt Is
known as the Lily owing to Its bell
shaped flounce The departure from
the reigning skirt which the
Lily pronounces Is that It has
seven Inches of hair cloth set at
I
the head of the semicircle and at
the edge of the ruffle the silk Is aUowcd I
l 4 The Quest of Helen By Thomas Earle
fi 5 A Summer Flirtation with an Unexpected Sequel
ff r 0oj rrtrht 1903 br Daily Btonr Pabllihlnj Oo
JntT bottom Herbert Sconlon was a
I7JT
4 j 1K klndtearted man albeit a pleas
1 1 l ureloUng and worldly person and
ibad suspected the heart burning and
I knlsery It would cause he never would
f have don tt
j He had gone to the country an en
I forced vacation by Ma physicians
orders accompanied by the warning
that unless he gave up Immediately and
I law a considerable season the strenuous
ii JbuMness responsibility supplemented by
the feverish pleasure which combined had
Into his black hair at
put the gray
twentyeight the end was
th age of
Si not three years ahead
t Jtpromised to be very dull for him
i tie Interested in Helen tho
until 2e became
j
I f J dauehter of the house
but acted and fell
t Helen TOS sixteen
ground
tallow
twelve Bhe ras i
1 n nearer beau who
tndeed for the experienced
>
bad had ° affairs In the capitals cf two
continents Nor was she the less charm
j blg because of her ignorance
I w Inmate of the
ficanlan was not 00
days before he
home for many
1 Hudson himself making violent love to
II found this rimple Maud Muller of t1e prairie
11
tarriI
n Hw was he to
mean no harm
IIernea
power of the
know the tremendous
numbering love he was awakening
II To Helen the summer wi like a
Falkland and the hand
from
I I jhapter of the world
man
< rfome and debonalre jW
was the veriest hero of all the knights
chivalry
of end had to come as It
I Of coure the
tine day In
does td all dreamt and one
thearly fall ho kIssed her a fond
I the be true to her and
roodby swore to
went baclc to the excitement and ga
cityana forgot her
of the
sty
dreary months
Then came to her tha
first shad
watching the
of waiting and
t doubts the heartsickness the
owy Isolation and lone
misery and despair of
ns Innrinr True as tempered
lIIco U refused to bdleo
she
steel herself
had deceived her As tho months
fothat h e
resolve took root and
passed a mighty
pa
out
In her mind She would go
grew
mysterious world beyond
the great
Into and eek
yond the hill and the horizon
wise enough to know
i him Bhe wa
that ahe was wholly united to do
a as be WII sO she set bravely to
work to nt herself
She sought books and knowledge ot
early and late
mo world she kept at It
phe pestered all to whom hhad aecfsa
tar Information genera and special
1 At last reading that she had ex
d C I haustwi local opportunities slit started
braveJy oat Into the unknowu lea Her
inoth expostulate and h er father for
bade In vain With a very little money
JIbe had mnnatfcd to earn and hoard
ahe went away
AH this had taken some yearn and
It was a grave young woman of twenty
who Undecl In the city whence Herbert
Bpinlan had gono to the country four
ywrs before
f Another two years piss d before abs
iMrned d that Herbert 6canl n lud left i
ii4 City not lone oiler abs came to It
fttIQ rod IiIcli we lk 4y i
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years to find a way to get abroad which
she did aS a servant on an ocean liner
In the mean torn she had learned to
speak German realizing that It would
be accessary In tracing him Bhe also
had learned many things of the world
and mastered much useful knowledge
as to means to get along by the labor
of her hands and head She was no
longer the Innocent Ignorant wild flower
she waa when ficanlan wooed and won
and forgot her
Soon BUN urrlvlnsr In Berlin she
learned that Scanlan had failed In
health a year or more alnce and Bought
the warmth of Italy to recuperate To
Italy forsooth went Helen and there
she found It a much more difficult task
as he had gone for health not business
and loft no tines Also she found It a
more serious matter to lire At last
she struck the troll again This time It
led to the Transvaal
In the mean time life had had Its ups
and downs with Scanliui Returning to
the city after his sojourn on the farm
he had plunged again into business and
met with the same marked success he
had always had lIe had formed a
strong alliance and went abroad to take
care of that end of the business In
Germany he hud met and married A
reigning beauty who squandered his
fortune and ended by eloping with an
Italian Count Broken in fortune and
health he had gone to Italy to Iecu
pern to and from there to the Trans
vaal lured by the tales ot great for
tunes being acquired there lId as well
by the prospect of hiding himself and
his Bhame from the nold
In South Africa for the first time In
his life he found himself unable to make
a go of It and ran nearlyto extreml
ties Hoe took to gambling and to drink
Ing and sank distinctly In the scale
Arouelng himself from a sodden life af
ter some months he resolved to make
one last try of It end Balled for Aus
tralia to make a new start In a new
land The opportunity he sought he
did not find and he took sick of a mal
ignant fever When he came to after
ncclca ot Illness In a charity hospital
In Melbourne he found himself hope
lessly shattered ami absolutely penni
less and without ambition to moo a
atop AH a full jmllzatlon of his con
dition came to him he groaned aloud
A letter telling him of the death of his
miscreant wife was email solace to him
The hole of Ms life BO full of high
possibilities In the morning and now so
hopelessly wrecked at high noontide
passed before his mind and be prayed
passionately for death
Oh God end this useless life he
groaned before suicide Is added to
my other crimes and failures
A figure darkened the door A tall
young woman with grave but strangely
familiar face stood at the foot of his
bed The next moment she leaped for
ward and sank on her knes beside the
bod and he found hlmaelt clasped
tightly In her strong arms
Herbert she whispered I have
found you at lust and then he know It
was the little wild flower of the prairie
farm and a strange peace and QuIet
entered his soul
Simply she told him of her long quest
and ho saw the true gold he had
spurned With a groan he turned from
herI
I am not fit to touch the hem of i
your garment he said and then Cne
told her all of his tory Abating not a
jot extenuating nothing When he was
through she said ilmplyi
What does It all matter I love you I
and I have found youl
Two weeks later Herbert Bcanlan
walked out of the hospital leaning
somewhat upon tile arm of Helen but
utronir In too reiulutlon to regain his
told on life and success not so much
for his onn sake as for hers
Letters Queries fin aSbzJerr
Two Old Uipremlom
To the Editor II The Erenlnf VtorMi
forty year ago when a child was
noting In a manner which would be
described as fresh at thin time she
was told not to make a Jennie Fits
simmons of herself and one unduly In
quisitive would probably hear There
there Nosey higgins run along Who
cau tell how the sayings originated
OLDSTER
Ne > rr ISscopt liy Manrue
To the Editor of The Evealoi Wotldi
Was Jeffries ever knocked down In
any of his fights before he met aiunrot
H B
i Interlocutor
To the Idllor rt Th Krcnlnf ttalli
Kindly give ma tire proper pronuncia
tion of Interlocutpr J D
Tno accent Is on the third syllable
and the o Is pronounced like the o
In log
Illlirlble tolr cr
To t K4Ho el Tie KnnJif World
Jfan American vcoupl gp abrMd en
= a
child while there Is the child eligible
to the Irosldency of the United Stalest
H J FRANCE
Tile Orluliinl llprrinnnn fa Heart
To the Kdltor of The rvtnlm Worl4
Is the original Hcrrman the
great
magician 11lni or dead A a
Ioughkeepale N Y
Irojieii but Not Nerensirr
To the Blltorot This Kunlm Worili
laU propw to reply to a letter of sym
pathy and condolence j 1 yt g
llr > uu An Hum March HI M0
To the Kflltor of The Kvnlni Worlli
What II limo age of William Jennings
I3ryan1 x V z
11Qiliteuscnce
To the Editor of The Ereolnf Worlds
Will you kindly mate the full mum
Ing of the word qulntensenca
A CONSTANT RBADBR
Quintessence It an extract from Any
thing eon lplngJn canrtntrnUiJ tOfu
Iti jVlrjO llr iumt e 8 tpa principle
J F I Wo e
n Mm
I to be Its own support obviating > any j
tendency toward awkward stiffness
V v vv
This drop oklrt Is to be the proper effect
during the coming season As only two
yards of haircloth ore used the addi
tional weight of two ounces whldh the
four pieces weigh will not prove a seri
ous addition to the weJght of the skirt
We expect at least 8000 dressmakers
to attend the convention said M
Aron secretary of the association and
the Interest In the contest will be lively
fire fact the the American dress
maker aa a whole Is to be compared
with the Parisian modiste and the ad
ditional fact that the different dress
makers of this country are In competi
tion among themselves certainly prom
BY HOOK OR BY CROOK
An English Idea for BargainCounter Armor
This Is not Joan ot Arc or nrunhllde or a getup for a fancy bull or the
Lord Mayors Show jut a design specially drown by Tho Gentlewoman artist
to supply the long felt nant nf n costume In which to attend the great tales
So many ladles must have nurtured from Injuries to dress and temper pine
and shin received during the rush for romnant that It has occurred to ui
to suggest to our reader a rtrci that Rill render Its wearer impervious to the
attack of the mot rampailnuR of her neighbors In the delightful unit economi
cal sport nf bargainhunting In this costume there II no train to be pinned
to the ground no lace or > ell to bo tattered by the troachcrnus hutpins ribs
and funny bones are well guarded against harp elbows and umbrella ferrules
toes bettor calculated to give than to receive damagn from trampling feet and
there la n serviceable crook and a nmt little hook with which to nah and
gaff the coveted article ilace orders AI once wills your Ironmonger or per
hops Mtusru Maxim coul unsure perfect cut nnd ill or a secondhand bargain
mlffht be picked up In Wardour street bijt In any case be ready armed for
the next great Bale
n
USED TO IT
The Boubrolto V the great trage
dian eftys he Is going to play In the aims
eayltun on Christmas for charity i
bs 0 ind1s VflV ll he t > uiej fi
l4yi foot t ousis < ChlBigo
ONE PROOF OF IT
ShcI mu t eY Hut I am dleap
pointed In > ou There was a time when
I thought you nee a man Dr boundless
Qtan
UvTbsl wi Kkui propcMd to you
o IUM1t O DCoIrR ftt
fIb it
tc
1 MtIri1Jt
vvv V y yyy
lees a lively Interest W expect to I
make this one of the biggest conven
tions of Its kind ever held and Us re
sults will be farreaching Dressmakers
from every corner of the United States
and Canada will be affected by the con
vention and the Idea of native art
whloh will be distributed over the coun
try will be we hope of an equal value
with those of the Parthian
We are going to prove by this dls
play said Miss White that the
American dressmaker is ready to t ke
a stand frith the foreign one While I
people talk about the Americans su
periority In style and dreaa the real
AN ODD BEAUTY CONTEST
Milan Italy Intends to hold an Inter
national exposition In 1605 and an a
special attraction proposes to give very
barge prizes to those women who shall
be adjudged the moat beautiful In the
entire world Bays the Detroit Free
Press
All unmarried women will be allowed
to compete In this novel beauty contest
and the charms of each will be duly
weighed In the balance by persons who
have won an International reputation
as authorities on this most difficult sub
jw
eotTo
To the woman who II pronounoed the
most beautiful a first prize of 1200000
will be awarded and for the other
women who also win the approval or
the Judges will be set aside four second
prizes of 1100000 each eight third prize
of 140000 each twenty prizes of 120000
each and fiftyfive prizes of 110000 each
In order to cover expenses a lottery
will be organized and the man wta
draws the winning ticket no matter
whether he Is young or old wealthy or
poor ugly or handsome will recolv
an his regard the most beautiful woman
and tile 1200000 which she has won It
Is supposed that he will be only too
glad to marry her but If for some
reason or other he preefra to remain a
buohelor ho will receive tinowo which
apparently to be deducted from the
amount won by the Incomparable worn
anThe
The men who draw the other whining
tickets In the lottery will be treated In
u similar manner
THE DRUIDS OF PARIS
There have been many curious orders
sOot or confraternities In Paris from
time to time such as the llosloruclans
Some women hae now been founding
th Order of Oruldess and are re i
vlvlng the old Celtic tn > < terjrs and cere
monies to a remarkable extent fhe
movement originated with two Paris
lonnu who when they are not noarln
the long flawing white robis tiC thH
order dress In the most ravIshing
tnentlithcentury manner ray the
lndon DailY Telegraph The Drulilenr
have also Drulda who accqmpllny them
to the Forest of KonUlneibliviu thereto
to celebrate their rites At the end of
each month Druid and especiallY
nruldciiro march by moonlight when
there U moonlliht through the forest
singing hymns to Nature and 4uJdnss
Ing poellvjil Invocations to the moon
the rocks the streams and the 1re s
On the last nlfht of December the
DniJdoBKs and their friends went to
fMitalnubleau Forest there to pluck
the mistletoe or rather to bring It down
wIth golden blllhooki The nacre
plant v tS carefully gathered In a white
cloth all present singing hymns In Iti
nraU A 00 00
nraUCASTOR
CASTORIA
For Infant and Children
TN KId Yoo Hays Always BrKtlh
Deanthe
ussn
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1000 in Prizes Is Offered for the Most Attractive Patterns ot
Spring and Summer Dresses Shirt Waists Etc and Hun 1
dreds of Competitors Are Already in the Field Y
acts of the case have never been pre
sent ed
That the convention will result In
placing America or more narrowly
peaking New York an the acknowl
edged roua oC Paris Is what the as
sociation hopes to do so that the term
a Part gown will have no more slgnin
HOW TO MAKE DOLLS
iHere li on early and cheap way for
Ittle IrIs to make dollies for the dolls
lOUflO
Flnrt ask mother for any magazine
or paver that tins figures of 4adlea and
chlOren In It
Atnr onoolng those you like R t
our paint box ant set to work to paint
thorn Do IIUe much water
Then get apair of blunt sclsor and
cut then out very carefully but be ours
10 wait until the paint In dry
The next thing Is to hove a piece of
pasteboard or thin cardboard which
for 1
you can buy nt any etatlonorB
penny the sheet and paste the out out
Igtires on It It Is beet to cover the I
whole sheet with them Just leaving
room enough for the scissors to cut
round Let these got perfectly dry and
then cut eacb figure out very carefully
Take a piece of stiff paper or another
itfco of pasteboard and cut It about 1
hAlt an inch wide and an Inch long
Measure a quarter of It crease It and
then paste tho bit that la creased on to I
the back of the doll You will find that
whrn dry It will enable the dolls to
stand You snort remember to cut the
nllurea quite even at the bottom or
they will not stand
WE KNOW
HAIRINE
To be tin belt titlr look In the world bowner
dot take 0114 tntt for It but an a
15 Cent
botllt from roar dnlutlt and It It does not iir
twtftct utlOaetloa nlura UK ornate bottle and
ire vlll rtund Tour nuaer Could vs make a
ftlrrr vmweUlonl We mid the pck low ea
that all coalS tool Ite mint We know that a
16cint bottl will make roe a Irlend 01 IIAIRINB
and you irlll uee It In preference to any other
Mir IonIc It 10 zuAnnteed to make tie hair
crow cure dindniff and all oi1p dlecaeei Owlnt
to hi coat of 1UIRISB and lb ilrfmilr low
ark at wtilcti II I 1 old es cannot III mall or
4frm nnlea 6 cent extra U nctoi4 with the
orlo mama on Tour drurell ticurlDc It far
> ou At drunlif IS md 7C cent a bottle
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Handsome programmes which wflj
contain all of the points to be brought
out In the lectures are being prepared
We are going to take every step po
Bible to stimulate the inventlyegenluB
of our own dressmakers sola Secretary
Aron and to educate the general pub
lic to patronize home Industries
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
Removed by a New Principle
LJJJ1LLPaebz i
The Only Method Indorsed by
Physicians Surgeons Der
matologists and Medl
cal Journals
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