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QARWG COLOR Clfver Handling of Unusual Hur?. Gowns. Which Bizarre Results of COMBINA TIONS Tones Results in Gloriously Aro Saved from the .ess Skilled 1 lands. RIGHT oranfS ??<? -??*??* ta ono B0f the color eombiMtioM which ? dAritir kNMN Ol It*. ??*??! Happily Mcnd.Al. the two *??u --?. i? effect as they ?V" .therrs.Ky.lUit __" ?? . rolora. Ho takes ***'f I, and none _\S ' " hc *" fT F.mri*-** <)r**n** **n<' u,"cK ?Stt ? ??E*? " ,"t,,.-T ??" Ti. . ,, ?d relret of which Truth to ? , - :oun -MCt C'Jt at . ,, ?,ed ss a straight pie* taH ?? uni*- "? r0id" Mrd biso ( At or? ?M* df ick v,'lvft firdlr I " Km' W8)S. .shoulder jtnpi of I ><?? Join ,his front t0 untie Thii m"~ ^r. - obduod by fit v- "???' ' cn(?' rtich v pvrr ,he trn,; :\t bs? ' ? hre,s. ar ririd : ' The l ... oMt ? where the je1 where thi left ,-, ? - | i.roic1 <r?C (iHfi ? bt'tt(i deep btcsnse of ' i Empire-placed ?rai.ly ,.,,. I'lCU ?dest. Risse? ; asrkls *r" ? ?. Mt? ? ?tu the shouli era. And th? MTsr become f? drug upon the ma tatel? proportions look their beet Hg fooms giving exceptional ?-*ngt?> t?. the iront and sides of the ft pure. Sparing 1 so of Magenta. i uin and eera yellow raake on?* of the nn.st Intereetlng nnd darin?,' of the saaaaa. Chiffon rails the corn-colored satin of a model wheat lace overakin falls Irregularly to the knees at front from under :? wide corn satin ?rlrdle drawn i?.\* about the hips ox I at the back, where it stops at the ? The girdle partly oei I lapi s bodice of li.ee whoso poli ted difcolletage s ? .i. >mi* short revers ? l nu. nta chiff? CI ?fon of the old fashioned reddish hue, gold bead-edged, mirplice-veils the entire lack of the ho.lice and at the same time forms wide elbow sleeves. Truly a:i odd combination <>f colors, but one uniquely and artistically mingled in th? wn which looks well nt a restaurant dinner or in an orches ? at a playhouse. \ is id Dinner (.own. (?old, green and blue with a soup jet is the color scheme of a dinner gown wl ich. albeit daring in ?'.renie, is in no sense outr?*. Al- , though the combination may seem bi sffect of its four tones in because of the skill?ana might honestly si.y genius displayed in their i green satin employed ( ? ?? iounde.tion slip of the cr.a in front principa!!;.' b? - tween waist and bust, where it forms a bodice bordered -.t?aieht across from , armpit I I a grei n bead embroidered gold h chiffon connecting the front of this bodice t.? a similarly shed d?colletage at the back is ed by a bii? velvet ribbon. This rard necklace-like and -.ear tin waist line under an ?rounded bluet cabochon loops up th*?| I fol cloth -,?ch. arranged with clasnr covers the -atin skirt. At reen fabric fa|]8 a width straight from top edge T***UOlt_ WA! BEGAX TO FLARE LA?T VEAR. THIS 8BA80X ?VTESDKxn is AMPLIFIED l\TO RIPPLE8 l.Vfl PLEATS AS WT*B JACKET OF TII18 DARh BROWy BROAD* LOTB 81 IT. I, hue?! chiffon \ ?a* I ? 11 ic the should? tar below Pram there > forms n sharp point1 which stsn?N Ml vividly against the e?loi ligured gal? lloth. Where tin* blnet velvet ? "sling" supporting the front of thi , dmpcrv crosses itself at the buck ol th< neck an inseili .n ..1 green sutil "ed, to gire support where th?' chiffon would be likely to pall awaj The satin point eomes close to thi edge of the gold-bordered bodice pW? whore the bluet bands take a long diagonal slant toward either hip, only te lose themselves emon thi green and blue drap? i Tailored Suits _ Simplicity of Line Marks These Use ?u 1 Garmentg. AT ibis time of ye.u the sh? showing most att -active i eharming new blouses, hats ga? lore and. laat bat net least, suits. Side I .?stcned Brawn llroadclulh. The dark brown broadcloth sail plot on this page is ?iew m many ways. The smartly cut coat is trimmed in the back with bone buttons and straps of the material. Attached to tiie jacket part a circular flounce falls in a de? cided flare and ripples at the sides and back. The circular box pleated ski 11 hag a pointe?) tunic in front, which stops about seven inches above the hem. At the waist line a Slide, loose belt of panne velvet is fastened by four bone buttons, only one of I beneath the coat. Decidedly a new feature ?I the left .side fastening of the ?oat. The high, close collar is of skunk fur. A suit of thin stirt is splendid for a slim person and may he had in all colors. Pri?e, |4& The small black velvet sailor worn ? with this suit is very smart, and may 1 77,*. WIDE BRIM CO-ORDIXATE& THE ll.M'h VELVE1 HAT WITH THE BROAD LI'S EH OF THE VELVET EVE'S I SO WRAP, WHOSE l SHAPED \I< h l> m TLISED ID I BROAD, HI l'A FO.1 FUR. led in all colon for 118. II rather s high crown, trimmed only t a chic bow of old gold ribbon at l??i? of the crown in th( 'tailored Brown t.ahnrdinc. Simplicity is the kej non ? suit illustrated. The ?? .. Tiiiide on long .straight lines, is faste slightly to olio aide by se < n of ? tons, winch al-o trnri the ei mu? tin wide bolt. Tiic high roll collar is of blacl? velvet, piped wltl ?ilk braid, whieh ii repeated on v. i (i.- bolt The plain skirl ? nil' . Til. a Komi qualit] brown gabardine ??mi ngly well tailored. Pi Smart is ilu sailor sketched with t' suit. Paced with blue velvet and I rushed crown trimmed in the centre front with t sd with a we? , ?i This model may ?>>? copied :?!! colon Foi ! rimmed BrOWB Suit. ; ?. . ear ii tl dark I ?it whose kn lerffcth sltehtly cul away from s an invertod bi pleat, i tai ni centre ' i brown bon< *i oked ?i.i.l a nh i'leated Tunic. i, . uit of dark blv rdine with a comparatively shoi ? ?. Kich, aller a,I, is vol y smi bas long, set-in sleeves, with turn-bai ? rial, trimmed a it!? tw bone buttons. Notched collar anil ii ? an?! : ?en th. , ? Itrai ? braid outlined yoke This morid ?s extremely youth ful and Is pria (Hack Cord (loth (oat. rhe woma - . sffoi d o inst consider carofull) the model. A coat of black cord cloth, which is going to be used very much, would be s good choice, and this model, with raglan ?leeves tinished with deep turnback cuff?, a high roll collar rever, the latter exUnding to the waist lino un?! a broad belt of cloth, is excellent The liuuiii.? skirl ."alls in soft rippi'?. with the decided .lew flare ut the bot ! torn. A co.i urt may be worn in many occasions and is moderate in 11 rice ? Unusual Entrees Itiitlered lobster. Hi \ I the | ?Iks ? with one ? 1RS ? Of butter until it lorni- ? n.until i ream, add S n, pepper and salt, put it into ?i doubls boiler a th the meut of a l .11(1. smull H te boiling point, but do not allow it i?. boil, ?Serve in bol ? Sera nib led Kgg? vil h Sardines. B lar, .? bos of sardines, drain. remove kin and id flake into .. Heat thr? ?? eggs, add a tablespooniul of cream, ; alt. Mel* a half ounce of butter in the pan and put in the sardines. Shake them up with the butter, then turn in the eggi and scramble all *.o gether. Servi on a hot plate, garnished with eresi an.i crisp croutons, (reamed Shrimps, liell .ice ..f butter and add gradually one ounce of il?.ur. When moothly blended add a quarter of a pint of milk and the same amount of white stock. Add the llui?! slowly. Let it bull gently for ten minutes, ft ii ring slowly. Season with a few ?Imps of lemon juice, salt ami pepper, adding tablespoon! ul oi er? ..m. Turn in a cup of picked shrimp, either fresh boiled or the canned Baratarla If liked, they may marinate for twenty minutes in pepper, salt, lemon juice, n dash oi tabasco and a few drops of onion juice, but drain and dry them before adding them to the sauce. Paached Eggs ? la Keine. the white meat of a boiled chick? en and put it into a rich cream sauce. Kill hot pate shells with the mixtuie anil lav a poached egg on top of each, covering it with some of the cream sauce set aside for the purpose. Gar nish v.nh ?prays of parsley ami serve ho! as soon as the egg i < placed on the pat?'. Seal ? ullels a la Maintenon. Have two pounds ..." ?enl cutlet eul Ihn e-quai toi ii thiek. Bru them over with a beaten egg, then i ?to bread crumbs, mixed wi i" nal. i inunieg and mine heibs. Wipe 1 hi frying pan with a b of garlic, then mcli butter and fry t ? - i ..-.I .? ? a smooth toma'', sauce, garnished *. to..-- .- i -i tipp? i gnd . n (all s Livei larded and Kn.i.trd. Take :. fiosh milk liver and lard with fat bac?:.. Pul it Info a p'tkle ? . *!iec<! onion, thyme, parsle '. half a bud of i.-:uii<\ ..?It ar pepper, l.i* il stand for twenty-fo? hours, dram and place in button roasting ' frequently wit ?une. When dor platt? i and cover with saut ante, made as follows: Put into saucepan two oui ces of butter, a .lice - lots, Add bunco of savory herb?, half a bay lea pepper, sail >?n?! a thin nlice of leu l.ii si,.,mer until they form brown glaze, then add four tablespoor fuis of vinegar and half a pint of goo . with a lump of sugar. ?;mwt ?-en'ly for half an hour, ?skim off fa' .rve wit' '., liver. (?arrif-h v.ith Miced lemo : -. I 'i led , Devilled ?n.icr. on ?Half sh?ll. Poach ??;? itei ? ? own liquoi drain, sat ing the ! qnoi for moistenini highl] by cream 111 -r and flour, adding cream an( ? . dri ? ?Choi ? crumbs, 'laee in ?von until crumb* portion ar.d garnish with lemon. I.her and l.emon Sauce. *?? -. I < specially i ith bo:l*d fov. B the livor tes UBl ? 'en.1er Peel a ?,.?i,,i: . 11 ?? tl In -i-?: n move the white sKin and pips, then cut it in ??mall pieces. Take a small piece of peel, chop it fine and add It to the liver broken very tine with a fork. Add all ingredients to a half t pint of melted butter, prppiT, -ait. Juice of an onion. Simmer one minute, but do not allow it to boil. Parsley ai.d cress, radish roses and olive rings are pretty gar? nishes for fowl. FOR THE m i is/o?, \\ 111:1:1: SERVICE MORE ///I \ /?//I'M IB DEMANDED OF I SUIT l? TUIfi TAILORED MODEL OF BROWS QABARDIXE. WOR\ WITH BLUE VELVET LVD TAFFETA Uli'. II I I II 1 Mill 1 ',?' //' / > BRING OUT THE OLD And by a Few Skilful Touches Give Last Winter's Wardrobe Renewed Life and Fashionable Line? Some Suggestions for Renovating. NOTHING is more imp?t tai, t te one who must alter and ?uc f ill ly bring un to ?late frocks which had their origin in anoth? er season, than a careful study of this sea?ons latest creations. .- most elaborate and expensive frock of an exclusive open in?- which yields an ingenious lion . insforming of an old frock, Slashed and I rilled Sleeve. For example, witness s novel sleeve in one of the most recent importation:. a sleeve of mustard cloth, glove-fitting from shoulder to wrist, su?e lor a slx inch slashing at the elbow, which die played a two-inch frilling of pleated white chiffon and a frilling of the ?same in the little oblong slit opening. What could be more practical or dis? guising than this -ame slit opening 1 used on a cloth or velvet sleeve which bore slight telltale sigas <>-f v. ear at the elbow? Merely 'dash the sleeve at . this point, hem and fill in as described with a bit of chiffon on pic;. Metamorphosing Pierre Kuff. Again, take a recent (allot mode! foe afternoon and informal evening wear. This frock was of green velvet with long triol.-? tunics of broom net Kolinsky fur* eck ?i range ment. The green velvet wuist .... , Inch in the back, but in front was a iow square. Over this, however, was a deep Pierrot triple frill of brown pleated talle, completely veiling the bare neck and making an afternoon frock "f the costume. This frill, Which extended to the bust line, vas mounted on a narran Igly .round the neck in true i le, "A Mb the hi snapper fastener this eould moved in ? trica, and, presto! the frock ???a a d?colleta restaurant dinner n.'?iv lid he a more so fui disguis?' of a pa.s? velvet or satin - than thu si Ibis Pierrot frill and loop I act in contrasting color? Moreover, bj use the gown may serve ? combination pf ?nil p.. ? ng suii*i ; both day and evening. At I rail i ve Shoulder Cape. Still another highly effective evenin gown. rich an?! Imposing, was ?ievelopeH in sapphire blue velvet and tulle and ropes of sapphire bead*1. H ?as an ex i cellcnt mode' for the woman who mus? |eke out a good looking evening gowr from an old satin or velvet dress, and who. living very quietly, is loath to in ?. ?ich in new material for a gown which she may use but little. Hip the skirt of the dress from the waist. Above the skirt of the former put a deep gathered double fold oPthe same material, with the lower edges fa.-tencd in under the belt, while the upper edge, with the double fold, stands droopingly upright above the waist line, which if possible should be very narrow and loose with no girdle. Then upon a foundation of flesh-col? ored chiffon, and passing over each shoulder, mount flesh-colored tulle laid in deep regular folds, to form a squarj ??colletago. For this three yards of 2."i-cent tulle are ample. In the back a cape falls from the (boulders to below the waist. This may be of the material of the skirt or of a short length of any handsome heavy material, properly weighted into place. In accordance with the almost uni? versal rule for evening gowns, the arm hole of tulle il considered sufficient flnish for the arms. Jet beads, which may be bought at the notion or art counter by the dozen and then :trung, may be added in loops as a simple, ef foctive finish If desired. Add an Inderskirt. There are unusual opportunities this season for the altering or' cloth stror?? A new coat of velvet made hip length will be found an excellent model to uso with the cloth skirt of a last winter', suit, the cloth .kirt to be used as a long tunic over a narrow pet? ticoat of the same velvet. If there is not sufficient cloth for a long tunic on the regulation lines, then the cloth could be used over an en new skirt of velvet, the latter ? - ?'.? plain, liver this use the cloth in a narrow tunic on sharply cut? away lines in the front* tapering to a mmy Barrow width in the back, some 1 l to 14 inches, there weighted by a heavy band of fur. Siher and Velvet Ornament. A handsome green velvet ?uit seen at the -ame time ha?i a highly effective ornament which may be easily repro doeod at home. Over a large oblong shaped piece of cloth of silver, narrow strips of green velvet were laid, woven in and out, lattice fashion. The whol> was outlined with a narrow width su? rer metallic band which sells at '2'y eent? a yard. Save for a silver tassel or two. this design repeated several time- on a long redingote, forms th-j | sole ornamentation. MR. FARGO WEDS MISS SCOTT Noel Armstrong to Marry Miss Annie Harper?Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Astor to Return from London in Three Weeks. I I Miss Helen Esther Scott. dauihtei i of the !ato Everett Edward Scott, o ) Rio, III., was married at 6 o'clock yes terday afternoon in St. James's Church Madison av. and 71st st., to Williarr C. Fargo. secretary of the American Express Company. The wedding v/a? a very small and quiet one, with on!) tolativoi present at UN ceremony which was performed by Bishop Fred? erick Courtney. There were no at? tendants. The bride wore a black and blue travelling gown, with a hat to match. Sho carried r boquet of lilien of-the-valley and white orchids. The icrcmony was followed by a dinner at the Hotel Vanderbilt. After their wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Fargo will live on Long Island. The bride has achieved considerable I distinction in the artistic hand bind i ing cf valuable books in leather and I in the designing of covers for special i editions. For several months she has ' been living at 12 EaU 31st st. Mr. Fargo is u ion of James C. ! Fargo. until recently presulent of the i American Express Compa' y. His first | wife died in September, 191t, at their 'summer home at Seabiight, N. J. i William Preston Fargo is his son. Miss Annie Corbin Harper, daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. John Harper, will be marri?.d to Noel Armstrong, son of Mr. i and Mrs. D. Maitland Armstrong, on | -November 7, in St. (Jeorge'3 Church, Xcwburgh, N. Y. The ceremony will be followed by a reception at the Har? per country place. The bride will be attended by three little girl?, her sis t?t, Katherine Harper, ard her nieces, Alice and Caroline N'icoll. Among those who have taken boxes and seats for the performance of "The ^pur." at the C'ort Theatre, on Octo- j ? her Jt?, for the benefit of the Belgium ! \l,-\:f Fund, are Mrs. Willard D. | ht, Mrs. Herbert L. Satterko. i Mrs. Benjamin N'icoll. Mrs. Arthur ? I Murray Dodge. Mrs. Chester Griswold. : Mrs. Archibald Douglas and Mrs. j Peter B. Olney. Mr. an?l Mrs. Vincer.t Astor, who ?ailed for Europe yesterday o,. LusitOnia, will be away for onlv I ? weeks. They will be the guests of Mr. Aster's mother in London for a week. ! On their return to this country they , will go to their country place at Rhine leck. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Twombly have gone tc Lakewood, to remain un? til Saturday, when thev will return t> ?he St. Regis, where they will atay until they opfn their house, 27 East, 65th st., for the winter. Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark was in th city yesterday, from her country place ?n Long Island, and gave a small luncheon at the St. Regis. .Mr. and Mrs. Alexander I). B. Pratt have gon?? to Hot Springs, Va., to re? main until the end ? f the month. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hustings Arnold .ir . I . .i in toara yester' y from Smith town, Long Island, and are at the Ri4.*. Carlton. ?.lrs. John Jacob Astor will return to the city from Bar Harbor on Octobe. ?H and open her house, H'O Fifth *v for the winter. Mrs. Daniel (hilds will give a recep tion on November 1'T at her home, bn Last ?1st st., to introduce her daugh? ter. Miss Catherine Childs. Mi. and Mrs. Philip Aihtcn Rollin? motored into the city yesterday from their country place at Locust Valley. Long Island, and are at th? Hotel Gotham Mrs. George A. Draper arrived i" New York yesterday from Boston and is at the St. Regis. Mr. and Mr?. Beverly Bogert, who were the guests over the week-end o? Mrs. Boi-ert's mother. Mrs. Frederic? Pearson, have returned to New York. They were married early last month i. Newport. .Mr. and Mrs. George L. Rives hav, gone to White Sulphur Springs, W. Vs , to spend a few weeks. Mrs. T. Do Witt Talmage has gone t?> Hot 3pr ngs, \ i... to remain until th? eiui of the month. Mr. and Mrs. David Gray, who were married in Poughkeepsie on Wednes? day, arrived in town yesterday and are with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mr Valentine G. Hall, 20 Gramercy Park Mrs. Gray was Mrs. Maude Hall Water bury. In the Berkshires. I By Telegraph to The Tribune. 1 L?nox, Mass., Oct. 14. -Mrs. John J. I Wysong and Marshall R. Kernochr.a i have gone to the Greenbrier, at Hot ?Springs, W. Ya. Frederic Crowinshicld is .-ecoveiing from illness which has kept him within doors for some time. Mr. and Mrs. George Winthrop Fol ' som motored to Boston to-day witT * aptain and Mrs. Charles Sidney : Haight for a visit to Mr. and Mr?. Cleveland Bigelow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Bemis, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. '? Samuel Frothingham, have gone to Boston. Mr. and Mr?. George P. Cammann ' and Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carle have i returned to New York. Clifford R. Hendrix has arrived to visit Mrs. Joseph C. Hondris at the Bishop cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. De Gersdorff i are in New York for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Cortlandt F. Bishop will return to Interlaken to-morrow from a visit to Mrs. W. Seward Webb and a tour in the White Mountains. Miss Anna B. Shaw will close the Homestead on Saturday and return to New York. Miss Margaret French has retuniei from Southampton to Chesterwood. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. (hoate gave a dinner party to-night at Naumkeag for the entertainment of Mr. and Mrs. Henry White. Mrs. Frank K. Sturgis was hostess at ?**^^^mH luncheon at Clipstone Grange thts ! afternoon. ? ? o ? - At Newport. [Of Telearaph to The Tribune. J Newport. (Jet. 14. The season at the Newport Golf Club has been extended until November 1 owing to the large number of members who are still here. The clubhouse was to be closed last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Br?ese Smith, of New York, will make their perma 1 nent home here in the future and have . taken possession of their est?t, on Catherine st. Alfred G. Vanderbilt is in New York for a few days. Miss Amy Townsend, ef New York, is visiting Mrs. Vanderbilt at The Breakers. Mrs. William S. Kemochan will re? main here until early winter at the Sheldon cottage. Mrs. William B. Carroll, of Washing 1 ton, has rented the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. R. Manson Smith, on Rhode Island av., for the winter. Mr. and Mrs*? Smith will soon go to Baltimore for the winter. Miss Martha C. ?Codman has returned from Washington. ' Mr. and Mrs. f. Suffern Tailer and family will return to New York next Wednesday. The land added to the Casino grounds last summer is to ba beautified with numerous trees, and ten new i grass tennis courts will be ready To? next summer. ?? ???????? WHY DOES YOUR CH'LD ASK SO MANY QUESTIONS? There are many important reasons why this curiosity should be completely satisfied. This important phase of child up-br nging will be discussed tn a very carefully pre? pared article appearing on the WOMAN'S PAGE IN THE TRIBUNE TO-MORROW EVERY MOTHER SHOULD READ IT If You Are Shopping ?nd can't f.r.d exactly wr...t ftm want, cnll THE TRIBUNE IN? FORMATION SERVICE. BEEKMAN 3tM0. and wa wil? ta.ll you \Vil?RE TO GET. IT. Or If You Are in a Hurry and haven t time to write ua or if you dont want to run aro'Jml In tie shop? or these hoi day* ?carehtng tot any irticU? of ?.carel PHONE US. ami we will liel?. you out. THE TRIBUNE baa lust In.tali.-d an INFORMATION SER? VICE to ave .?me an?l energ> TELLING Y* J WHUkfi you can gel ANYTHING YOU tituZl). wheth II bo | button a t.atiutig ?* rn-saa ex a rag .irpat. This INFORMATION SERVICE Will to the ua? it TRIBUNE r< adcia lioin lu u. m. to 6 p. m. dull}.