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WOMAN'S VA BILD INTERESTS
BRIDESMAIDS' GOWNS Even Very Simple Creations Attain the Picturesque by the ? Deft Use of Color Schemes and Materials?Bro? caded Taffeta for "Picture" Weddings. A LWAV5 loreh to took st ?s the ?< h;eh precede?) a ' bride :?> the ait** Couturiers -->,. ?are of that by creating frock* jiytut* *e distracting to the ?aedding ?a-jeeU thst the faces ?bo? e them are ? ^? no' ' reo?er. tbe bri ^gf ?re ne?ei considered as s,?pa \-> a group they .ire ? cksrnaius r?1" ' ,nc misc-cn-sce-no as-ssrcl ^'"' a* unit? they ?, chose'' ' ' *?*? com ?j.,; ? the bride. Whether ist i* ;' ?1*r aati . f tbe ether. Fertunatc age ?-maid g is hf r ' ?erefore, ??Il or irr ?no?gh lo becomiiigl? ??ear any 0g of the * '?ouffant frocks am*?*' mn's bridal ai uattitxy Most (.???tiimc* of lulle. Brosd'y ?pea ng. most of these cos ?jnfs ?re of tulle, thBt? which no libric is more udy, more ethereal Fokins. Noi s material bet Mr sdspted to the tiers of flouncing ?flieh make up the skirt of many a i-rsly eros An exqu -.ally Je aesei fo? '- >ur attendants of a . kriajc whose is to take place at a laot^g Ulai countr house, nas nr? pieot-edgeJ pink tulle flounces on ;?j skirt. I c nper flounce, applied ftght inches br' " tbe waist line, is ?-erlapped b .thing girdle of ?nl satis, mi urpliee crossed Mice. Oter the shoulders the fulness nee tuar.v for the bust of the bodice is fawn into <? cluster of tiny folds. The? come bet een a standing ruffle if picot-ed-jed tulle encircling the ?rck and OUtlini g the slightly opened fronts?and sleeves in tiers of triple tiffed tulle, ending at the elbows with peot-edged narrow ruffle?. Worn ??th ?simple Hat. At the back the V of the surpl.ee tressed bodice \t illed in with a tullo ?simpe, which holds the ruffle firm ipinst the baee of the neck, but r.ot i tiesto veil its nape. A strand of pink j -eses disgonally encircling the girdle j us* ranninf. partly over the upper | leunce is the 01 Ij garnishing on this ?reek. Yet it eoi i not be called sim ?Jer than is ' hat, a broad-brimmed, lew-cronnrd thapi of p.nk velvet. It k trimmed ?wilVi a lar-je rose of a ?ieeper shade and a single black velvet ribbon streamer. Three fluunces <>f pale blue *ulle. piped - veil the skirt of shimmering white satin be letiiin?* to the simple bridesmaid's irock here illustrated. Its bebe bodice ?f tulle veiling, a broad girdle of rich Woe and silvei brocade, is trimmed ?bout the sligl '..> rounded out neck ?ith a doubl? r ifflc of the satin piped tulle. At the ??oulders the veiling ?St?rial mcrje-, with indefinttclv ??sped ful! sleeves, which foam 'over ' ?he srms almoit to the elbows. At the | list the full es: of the tulle is caught >?ky a garland of roses. A bsnrl o? blue velvet partially faces ? tulle hat -?hi . brim is fringed with ?elf-tone?! feathers, while its crown is ? ?* wrcathe.l rh? young girl who could not contrive to present a pretty effect in this costume deserves ever to he overlooked by brides-elect in search of sttendnnt maids. Shol Silk a Good Material. Shot silK make* lovely costumes of the sort which promise sen ice for va? rious occasions succeeding the day of days. A very popular bride-elect has just ordered for her maids costumes of peach colored shot faille, like the left illustration The straight cut silk skirt of the model is veiled With a deep rutflc of cream shadow lace, falling in uneven folds between the knee* and a bouf? fant ovcrskirt Marting st the waist. Below the hips it 11 caught in at the head of a ruffle, showing the material's selvedge edge, as do so many of the newest models in demi-toilettei and evening gowns, The broad flounce of shadow lr.ee veiling the bodice is draped to follow \ necked shape and to form elbow sleeves. At the Iront of the waist line the lace 1- caught in wfch a cluster of deep pink centred tea roses. Simi? lar blooms trim the hat of peach vel? vet, faced with shirred pale pink chif? fon. The four girls who are to wear these costumes are to carry cream hued shepherdess crooks trimmed with tea roses and pink ribbon bows Mudel for -picture" Weddinp. At a "picture" wedding, to take plac* next week, the most attractive portioi of the scene will be furnished by tin si\ bridesmaids. The mode! for theii frocks is of palest pink taffeta, bro caded with blue and silver roso. It? skirt is bouffant-draped over the hips and that drapery is a little longer a the bac', than at the front. Overlap the waistline, and thus obviatin the necessity for a girdle, is a basque a trifle wrinkled, fitted below the mid die of the back. Its irregularly shaped right front fastening almost on to the left under arm seam, forms a sort of pcasan bodice effect, whose upper edge make: the lower line of a square decolletag* partly filled in with pink tulle. Tin; nosegays of pink roses mark the love corners of this decolleiage, which con trasts oddly - but charmingly? wit! the wrist long, narrow sleeves of thi basque. The hat ordered to go will this delicious little frock is of silve lace, trimmed at regular interval about the crown with shaded roses am silver leaves. For the All-White "Ae_ding. For the all-white wedding planne by a bride whose own gown is bio caded with silver -very white silver the bridesmaids' frocks are now bein copied from one of the loveliest model seer this autumn. Its m.rrow sati skirt is held in above the knees wit a sash ribbon, which starts high at th iight side and is tied low al the left sid? This sash, as well as most of the skir is veiled by two tulle flounces, th shade of whose silver piping is r? pcated in a shimmering bodice of si ver brocaded cloth, which looks ver quaint and severe in comparison wit the foamy modern skirt. There are no sleeves, but the ver long shoulders cover the arm top As two of the bridesmaids declare positively that white hats were impo sibly unbecoming to them, and tl bride-elect firmly stood out again -t color, black velvet Gainsborough? hi. ordered DESIGN* ANC DIAGRAMS FOR MAKING EMBROIDERED COLLAR. - ? - i THE CLUSTER >?' lil.11' l'l\h ' /.'\ TIH'.ll II \ ROSES >/.'/. Ms l<> GATHER I \ Mi. i in ri,i nu i; \ ) s ni' i nr /?/: ?.< // ? tu oui h SHOT faili.r bridesmaih's costt he. which ras \ broad lace run svb i eilisu i in. bod m THREE I im VCES OF /'I// HI i E II I.I I. VEIL I III. WHITE SATIS SKIRT OF I lils sIMI'i.F BRIDESMAID'S FROCK. THE I I'll h'M.I) II l.l.F.tni lia.Ii HAT, AN Will l- THE BEBE ROPTrE COXTRIR I IF TO ITS . "' TIIFi I. i I If. EMBROIDERING THE RIBBON-FASTENED COLLAR THE rollar shown here en one of the new feature ing a short strip <>i' black ribbon. The collar cli . neck at the side-- and ? i away from the neck at the I . It may be nade of resembl? bengaline adapts itself admii tl er a single or double collar, i?? collar ??bite organdie should be <1 <.i?t?lc and stiffened with a str.rch when laundered. Picot Edge Finish Pic? collar, as shown in the ?]|u?<trati urc No. !. P stitching cut through the centre PI may be alono at ai ir hemstitching ai the co t of i" cents a yard for eotton and 15 ei frv silk. Mark witl ' ape of the collar as it is to be finished before taking it to the hep. I hi bottom of the collar il fin ivith a bia-i band which is threc ?n inch wide when finished. collar measure! 12 inches at its part A to B 5 indies from to ? ind ! I inches from 1> to ?'? e AO'.'.ve of the back it is To fit a person whose ii em? nl is IT12 inches a of black velvet ribbon 1 inch in \ -I'll :u 'I "'-. inches long is required. _iio***s half an inch for fastening ? ?i. each end. The velvet ribbon should be placed 1 ??. inches from the bottom of 'lie coilar, as shown in Figure I. Firmer if of Double Thickness. A double collar will he much more ?hi one of : ingle thickness, and no difl II be experienced in K on the clasp* which fasten onto corresponding clasps on the black vcl el ribbon. From a sixth of a yard of pique which comes "7 inches wide one i ojble or two single collars can he ?nie. This pique sells for 65 cents a ard. f'rgaririie, which is f>4 inches v ne. sells for 50 cents a yard. ( la?p? on Collar anil Itibhon. I he woman whose clothes are al? ways in a fit condition to be worn, without any hasty stitches at the la it moment, will take a few minutes extra time ?ben making the collar to sew at each side of the collar and ?i- etch end of th?- ribbon ..?? that it? .ii lu I? 1 '?,. et? Hi! s s.?, t.-aie il i-- laundered and the ?cl bbon 113 to b?' i emo* ?d. (If the f ? ? ? i r ? I?-, tens ?lio-^ii nerr 1 ? KTU'? " and ligure 8 are adaptable for ???he. ?arhile tipures 4 and 5 *?ill he found suitable for the heavier pique. I s'ure C ma? be carried out in ??yelet embroidery ?tilch or the dots may he embroidered in toi d atin stitch, in ligure 3 the twai petals in each con? ventionalized flower should be mad?' with the sol"1 satin stitch, The re ? i. r of the design should be mad'' with the ten stitch except the tip o'" each stamen of the flower, where the mall Krenrh knot luii-hes it. P. M. I . mercerized cotton No. -'."> should be u ..I in tigurc -t the crceetit and dia.n.i shaped motifs aie made with the 00I1J : at?ri : titch. The remainder may be made ???til either solid or ey?let stitches, using D. M. C. merceri*a>d cotton thread No. Ufa. For figure ."i I'eri I.u-fa ma chine twist No. ?0 or Bnrbour's linen thread No. 30 should be ired if the : motif i? embroidered with Italian ladder stitch. The five small dot* should b" made with ?he eyelet stitch. The Italian ladder stitch and ruk-t Stitch will be employed to better ad? vents - is made of single thickness, Figures 4 and 5 may be embroidered in the (?olid satin stitch on the double pique, using the same D. M. C. mer? cerized cotton as is used for figures 2 and 3. A pattern of the coli&r and a per? forated design of any of the foul motifs may be had for 25 cents or all four for 60 cent-.; or a pattern of the collar and a line drawing of any motif, to be transfercd by means of carbon transfer pap?r, may be had for l? eents, or all four for 30 rent*. Do You Know? 'I hat the new combination of ca? ole, movable crib and play yard is quite a comfort to both mother and baby1 It may be rolled out on the piazza on it.? lubber tired wheels, and there the child may be allowed to sleep. The ?vire screen all around prevent? him tiom falling out. It has a hair mst AS THE COLLAR LOOKS WHLN COMPLETED. trr?s and wire -pnng tnd.be I fold up compactly into a ca-e _nd may be easily carried or expressed. By taking ou! the mattress and dropping in a board slide it makes an excellent play >ard. Altogether it is well worth while in town or cuunti ? r r * That a half pound of flour of brim? stone and four ounces of potash will get n?l of ants in closets'.' I'lace the i brimstone and puta-di in an iron pan ei i>"' o\tr a warm fire until dissolved. When cool beat to a powder. Infuse a little ill watei as nred?-d arid sprinkle the shelve? where the ants ?fm to 1?. Those that do not die immediately mil lea*c the place ****** An ?bo ba? ?? lra*ell< d *?? the Boston .i Maine Kailiuad ?nil remember the! -:'ip at Berwick, where the passengers' ! .id time tu partake o;' delicious sponge cuke and fresh milk, and may be glad j to have the original recipe. Beat light the yolks of six eggi with -bree cups of sugar, adtl four cups flour sifted three times, two teaspoons of cream of taitar with one uf soda, juice of ; hall' a lemon. Whites of the eggs beaten itiff and. las' of all. a cup of, cold " I'M. Bake in a quick oven. r i?. r. Thai alien it y ; : 11; ?age foi ??inter use it is well io pick the day after a good rain :md alter the sun has dried . i ff the leaves. Strip the leaves from the stalks, dry them carefully on sheets : of white blotting paper and when i fairly dry place in a cooling oven at ? night 'n finish them. Then pack away ? in airtight jar.', powdering for the! favor only as many as arc needed at a I t:me r r *** Two tablespoons butter, _ tablespoons : flour, t cup thick strained tomato juice. ! Salt and pepper. Melt the butter; cook I the flour thoroughly in it; add the ' tomato juice and seasonings and cook : until smooth, stirring constantly. Recipes Vegetable Mac?doine Jell?. Line a square mould with sliced cold boiled cauliflower and a bottle of j Mac?doine vegetable-: m-1-.e a good1 tomato jelly, flavored with union and celery, pepper, alt and a dash of sugar; turn into the mould; when stiff and hard cu? in ?alices and lay in sand ". buttered rye bread. Pineapple Filling. < nop a little fresh pineapple and mi\ it with n teaspoonful uf cream cheese; add enough powdered sugar and sweet cream to make a spreading paste and spread on whole wheat bread Banana Surprise. Mice a banana lengthwise and ay ?lice? ..n well buttered thin r>e slices; dust with gra?ed cheese, pepper and salt; place in the oven just a mini'te t.. n? H Ibr a-he??e and then put un the lop slice Of bread. j BOY SCOUTS AS RELIEF AIDS Lad? Will Meet Steamers and Guide Passenger* to Committee Headquarters-To Guard Women and Children. The Mayor's Relief Committee has enlisted the Boy Scouts in its service. Bewildered pa; angers will be met by khaki clad boys, who will act as , The committee Has found the Hoy .Scouts anxious to assiit in every way r.ossible. and has decided that they can ' be really useful in the role of guides. Arrangements will be made to have incoming steamers met at Quarantine by at least a donen Boy Scouts. Thev will offer their assistance and that of the committee to all who may need it. Their principal duty will be to escort ; such as desire the sen-ices of th" com? mittee to the ?i?ad?iuarter?. at (55 Lib? erty st. Boy Scouts '.oluntierin," for the duty will be fully instructed as to the pow? ers and .scope of the committee and their own activities. They ?rill be in? structed to watch especially for unat? tended women and those encumbered with children. Under the auspices st the British Imperial Cub, of 108 Last 30th st., i benefit will be given at the Lyceum Theatre on the afternoon of November 13 in aid of the British Red CroBS. Danial Frohman has given the use of the theatre. Mrs. Oliver Herford, an officer of the club, will be in charge ?f the performance. "Gruesome Grange'' anal "What Do You Know About That'.'" one-act plays, have been written for the affair and given to Mrs. Herford by the authors. The first is by Anthony Hope, Comyn? t'arr and Captain Robert Marshall. Captain Marshall is now with the Brit? ish expeditionary Torce?. The second is by Claire Kummer. Among those who have volunteered to take part are William Faversham, Virginia Harncd. William Gillette. Ernest Lawford. William Norn? and Elizabeth Murray. Beatrice Herford will give two of her original mono? logues. Others .\*ho will appear on the stage r.re Rose O'Neill, "Kewpie" artist; Mrs. Paul Farnum, sculptor, ( harlott?* Ferkins Gilman, Sallie Fisher, William Abingdon and Maybelle Adam-:. Act lesEes will sell to the audience butler scotch imported especially for the oc? casion. Miss Mabel Bn.trdman. of the National Red Cross, ?s planning to raise funds to reinforce the equipment ?eut abroad on the Red Cross boat. Mme. Lall? Vantdei velde, m charge of the Belgian relict fund work, went out of town yesterd I ?'?! retur.i *.o-day. It I the work was nrngressing satisfactorily. The funds raised here for the Red Cro s amountei) yesterday to 1143,264 50, contribu I eing $3.540 70. Tin- Merchants' Association, at -h? request of '.lie Red Cross, has sent out en appeal for funds, which will b? turr.ed over to the society. ?hecks should be made out to S. C. Mead, treasurer, and sent to the relief com? mittee of the Mercha: iUor, 223 Broadway. The following are mem? bers of the committee: R. Arai, ('arles I). Barry, William C. Breed, Irving T. Bin h. George B. Cortclyon, William H. Doug!.?. Pool Fvillcr, jr.. A. K.John? son. Adolph Kuttioff, Maurice I.. ' tagne. Pierre Mali, Waldo II. Manl.aU, Herman A. Mi!/. William F.Howes Morgan, Albert Pis r.. Henry o\*m inr-i v. Max Straus. Charles F. Suniner, Henry R. Towre. Thomas F Victor, .-lia.-* I>. Uebb ai d James G. Wh ? At Newport B: r?pr:ir?*> to The Tr;; Newport. Sept. 20.-?Mr. and Herbert M. Harriman have closed t season and gone to Westbury, I Island. The Hisses Phinney have retu to their Ruggle? av. home from I brook, X. Y. General and Mrs. William Knnis Miss Eiuiis. who have been at i land. N. H., for the summer, have turned here. Miss I?'re de ri ka Haine lias retui from abroad and has joined her fa at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Whitehi have returned from Madison, N. ??here they have been the guesb Mrs. Hamilton McK. Twombly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Ca closed their season and gone to Pr delphis. Mrs. George I). WideBOr and family, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Ihxon George D. Widener. jr., close their i son to-moiro?v and go to Elkins Pai The member? of the Clambake C had their last bake of the -season the clubhouse to-day. At Southampton. My lV!c??TJph to The Tribuna Southampton. Sept. 20. Mrs. Geo Whitney returned to-day from X London after spendi ; several di there with her mot'.ier. Mrs. St. Clair Bowen. of Washii ton, is here for the hunting season, a is at the Irving House. Mr. and M Henry T. Godfrey, who have been the Meadow Club the last week, turned to-day to their home in We bury, L. I. Mr. and Mis. W. Ru.ssit'er Betts, w came from Tuxedo Park to attend t Park -Hyde wedding, ' ill remain he a few days. Mr. James Park, who has been spen ing the week end at the Meadow Ch left here for Sow York to-day. Mrs. Henry W. Sage will close tl Parrish cottage on the Dunes. Mo day, returning to her home in Alban Mrs. Hanser and da-?hter, who ha been occupying the Band cottage. < South Main st., returned to New Yoi Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Claflir. are ? their cottage in the Shinnecoo- Hill where they w-ill spend the autjmn. * ? -? At Briarcliff Lodge. I B, To! ?aera?: h <? The Tribune. I riarcliff. N. Y.. Sept. 80.?The vt tumn season at Briarcliff Lodge is a t? height, and the over-Sunday wa marked with an all-day programme o outdoor sports on Saturday and witl an unusually large number of motor ing parties, who stayed for the spocia Sunday evening concert, at which Mrs William G. Hammond and Charles F Hammond were soloists, with William i?. Hammond, the composer, at the piano. On Saturday norning there was a ".,watfest" golf content, with thirty live entrants, F.. Deforest Simmons winning the gentlemen's pri.'.e an?l Mm. Frank Black the ladies' pmc. T*ils game ha.; proved popular at Briarcliff this season, and, briefly, is plaved bj eliminating the high number of strok at each hole, the lowest number for the eighteenth hole winning. In the afternoon there was anoth-r of the serien of outdoor-indoor ha I ball on a diamond laid out on the links between a team of guests of the lodge, captained by George T. Wilson, and a team of' the cottager--, captained by Henry H. Law, the former winning. Mr'. Peter Moller. Mms S. A. M?ller and Edward ?'. M?ller have retur: -J ffom Northeast Harbor and are Lodge for the "all season; also Mr. and Mrs. <.. Vanderbilt Barton, Mi and Mrs. Thema? Dimond. Mr. and Mr? James Holier and Miss Jane Dotier, Mrs I Henry hno*?ton. Mr- I.e.?, -?? Cran:. Mrs Alfred L. White and Mi * Fila Cu sack, all of Mew York. an.i Alex. Stewart, the Misses Mar\ ami Helen Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. H. ? ?. Lindley, of Washington, and Mr.-. T. K. of Baltimore. In the Berkshires. Lenox, Sept. 20. Dr. and Mrs. Nich? olas Murray Butler and M:-s Saran Schuyler, who iia-e been at the ?urtis l?'.-tel. returned to-day to New York Mr. and Mi-, John H. Hammond anJ Malcolm D. Sloane are at Flm Court. Mrs. Frank K. S dinner at Clipston Grange to-night. '*??? ,: cago, has) taken a !cn?c of Wyn? | .??< -, Warn ? bridge, for neat Mi. and Mi i. Bi I?S8 l.i-etie H ,,.,er recently from Europe, bas arrived -I her country place in Stockbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Couriaj have to Mount Ki-co. a'ier ? I ivith Mrs. Thomas H Rodman, jr.. in Stoffe. bridge. Mi-. Kobii ,;, ?- i .,.,,. , ..... ,t|B4 ing M I an ?< e, of N'ew Vu? k. In the White Mountains. Bretton Woods, V H.. Sept. Robert tton Woods for New York V.r. and Mr?. Arthui Butlet T .vom? I bly left the Protile Huu*e * da for their country place a' Seabright, \. J. , Mr. and Mrs. John 11. Hunan ?? rived i 1'ioni Narragansi I ?ount Washington to-day. motoring ovei the ; Ideal Tour T. Clarence Hollander and L. ?' Ben ton have come fr? intry pi ?c* ..* Wenham, on re. t-? rpend a month a' the Mourn \\ ., ton. Mr. and Mr-. K. A. VVrighl have siso arrived there. Mr. and Mrs. I ,1 th? Misses Crafts have aired at Craw*> fi rds from Manchester-by-the-Ses At Narragansett Pirr. Narragansett Pier. Sent. '?0 -A bracing day, *** ith a tinge of autumn ?n the air, proved enjoyable for the mem? ?i. i of the villa ng at the pier a: dlth I onn iry Club. Several of the cottagi i the lawn. Among tho ?' th?? nnnll tabl? - end Mn Philip E. Stevenson, Mr. ard Ml venson, Mr. and ind Ha-anl. Frederick Hai si d, r? Mi end Mr . Kenneth M. Murchison, Mi S. Elinman Bird. Erli . don Miller. Philip S I' Bandola*. Pli lip Bandolph, j' Bj ron S \h Mrs. William Harding Jackson and William C. Marrow A number of the C -tored to Narrow River last 'ippcr, and en ' *" outing party there wire Mr. and Mrs. Caryl Robert*. Mr. and Mi Baker, i'oi>m*oi!. John W.-l.-i I uey Jon?--. John C Thorns m 1 W, Miller, of Kingston Mr and Mr . I'rnnc II. I ?<?**? ry will close th? ii Pi? ' "n'* to Worcester, Ma - \| - Madeline Wliittier, ol i di l ce, Haven, ar. guest* of Mr, an bot Smith Hanau a' ?**-""' . WOMAN'S PAGE BINDERS. %a ninti* ?t Itia ?ttlrlr? <i- ?his puf? ?alll he ..-nllnii?*?! f-iH" il"* ??? -*?.*. the Trlhun*. for I-?- ? om-nletir- <..* ?tiu?-i ni?, -?,?> <- ?t?i ? ?? peamteaa ?h? vase*. 1,.,* lo?'l ???#? ?" ???S'OhI ""? ii_u?a-l blu?l?*r. II??? l'tn<l<*i <s*"'?l? ?'-tr ??into marmtmavaee \mt"- "'"l ""' ,**' '"W "*? root, till?'.' reata p?-?i ?s1* P**m ?