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WOMAN'S VARIED INTERESTS
FLARING TOPCOATS Si int ol Uppw Portion, the Godel Cul Model, R?.ciically Different trom I ?ist Season ?. l ses Surplus Material ?Il (tl .?nil Rippling I OWer Section. THE RIPPLING. FLARING SKIRT O! THIS TOP-COAT. A POIRET MODEL. MORE THAN AIDS TO ESTABLISH THE PRESENT SILHOUETTE. Wi of fur or of em to lide >cc , , wove_ ? fan-ahaped.be. .-'. : tally acquired ' - ... Tboae -an'.- gna su- .,,.?,.<... indeed they pretr.e, the topcoat faithfully I "ommodate the tons ot Ihefash e silhouette. .** cs ending at the i .... of black fox one is impelli , ? .-. \g int My to tnc .lite upon the fate of the topeo . ,, ? -)< novi i ? -car ago. The ? ?.1 for an extra -red to ? ?.at, and ?t tened under a MnKle ox team wouM ?itnid a th? ., , . , enough I oa oaea? ?are. houlder. Moat of the I extenda .,?,, ?? the broadtail model ? materially ?nd i3 of even length all roui io-cr cdt-e. This autum: ,;, . ,,, Flare AIbbobI at Waist Linr. j r< at that i the : n the silhouette, got sboui I ? the Lo g and full I exaggerated It ? I ? ? ? ? ?i- | ? o numerou! tried. Thai . terial ? ' ? 01 ipa and a iri U raps nf 187?*. lal. -, tope . ?? ?? . th? nighl . ? -hich your . ? a few \cars after ?he r!. J ;,t It ripplini ' 1870? I ? topcoat ? ? th? ? t nder-\rtn loctlOPI I ?in-Shaped. A narrow hilt of for . ? ?t the srd<s. .V ???It iut ? underneal 'vhich, eanbling the 1870 1 01 hi ?? ?Ik becs begii moat at ? ?-???? ial ol ' ? ? quaah. 1 icmi-double-breai ? aboi e ? ? 1870 t . pie? towi . | bordi i- '.' ? ? ' ? etion is ection by a I qua h. TI e, tart am and fa.?.t( ing .. e with a ai lf-eovet . break tj g] ? tab, .-il?-.- t ? ? ? ??? i a bro?d c? lar ? I al !>H ?? I . .... ?vide coat this c f civet Pun?. Skia Coat vith Sa*b l.irdle t Sanae Material. .'s are among the do?. ? -i 1:1 both fur ami cloth mod ? . , ??'" the phT ? Idom m.'i? thai ? ? i I? >,ij- enougl to linal ; fabric sash. : glossiest :' | .- ? . I em of th< ' I rrlappini ? il , ... | ?1 r,., thl inted to ?l ? . . . ??'.,'? of the garment This ia one of a few baaing revnr-iniehed low-roll? g front l' 1'ioa.l collar ??f skunk. t the t ? i? ?I from the , Re-enter Lady Locks Whether as Kntree or Dessert Depends Upon the Filling Used. "% 7"KAKS ago our grandnioihcrs held 1 in great favor what they rolled lady lock irons metal tubes about whirh ribbon;, of paite ware curled in the same manner B lody'a locks in thone days ?ere wound Broond the finger. Thcee were baked till ?leli .ately brOWOOd ?nil crisp. then slipped front the iron, and when the ; were BUfflciCOtly rooUd thev WOIO gen? erously tilled with Ftranberry or ra l> berry j>vn. and ??mothered in sweetened , whipped t ream, making very niira? live i horns of ploBt] . Lody lock irons went out of foahion -in<i remained so until Very ve.-ently, when some one, who doobtleai retn.-ri borod their poaaibilitioa, revived them and put them in the market. With the'r aoaistance the modern boa aaa will And that many nova] dainticn may bo made. ht. they ire idea! for utilizing the odds and end-, of pastry left from B pie, a., well as bits o' biacuit ot shortcake ?iough. that ??? ma:,-.- Inatanot ? oold other u .s.- be thrown aw ty Shorlcakr Hough I"x< client Perhaps one of the beat suggestions for their use is g ,;rio shortcoke dongh ! rolled ri'ther thin, rut into strips and . Kuh the lady lock Iron? with soft? ened butter, cut the ?lough into rihhi.ti?. I one inch ?Aide and vrap a ribbon around each Iron lightly, ?ainding from the small end to the larger end. Let ?.nil edge merely touch the other i Ithout overiappiag. Variety of Filling? Ma> Re lied. Lay the paota OOVered iron? oh a (?ire frame and set in a hot oven to delicately brown. In the baking they '?ill putT un lightly and look very at tractive. If they are to be nerved ho* they may be tilled with anything that you Wish to utilire. If desired as a course for luncheon or supper, ?Up them off the Iroaa on a hot platter .uni till with treamad chicken, mushrooms, sweetbreads or lobster. Berve individ? ually, with a tableapooafal of the cream sanee poured over each and a little ehopped parsley sprinkled on ton. Frc??h ?ir f'rescr?rd Fruit? Delirion?. If they uro to be ser?, ed cold there ,s no end to the varieties of tilling;?.. Fresh peaches, bananas, pineapple, and, in fact, all fre'h fruits ere excellent if they are dusted with powdered sugar Bad thaa mixed \?ith a little stiffly ?nhipp"?! cream. If COOhod fruit.; are preferred, stowed pitted prunes and apricots are not to be despised, while any ..Mined or preserved fruit can be Utilized, provided the juice is drained off and the fruit alone used. Garnish \?ith sweetened, whipped cream, or thicken the fruit juice slightly with cor" March or arrowroot and serve an \ COMBINATION OF PANNE VELVET AND CHARMEUSE OF HUNTER'.?; GREFN rurloil around the slightly greaaed iron?. The recipe fi ? thi dough coll for two CUpfull of pastr-, fV-.ir, sifted with three tOOSPOOnfttll of haking pow? der, half a Uoapoonful of sa!; an! the of sugar. Into the, ? drj ingre. ?lients rub with the tinger tips four tobleapoofifola of butt? r. M with very cold milk till a soft dough is formed. Turn out on a well floured moulding cloth and rather lightly Hing as little .'?? possible i i lore, narrow roll. With gentle poti the rolling pin shape :n'n a thin ?- ? ?iho'.it as long Bl the hoard. a tau? I The "horns," when made of puff past", or even plan, paste, aaoy appear OS quite a novel anil fancy dessert. rion il te lili them with the sweetened Savored cre?m and cover ea. h a i?h a chocolate or motha frost? ing. Another way i- to prepare the 1i'.l iog after ?he recipe for a lemon pie, then cover with meringue and brown ilightl) in the oven; while a parti.-u lar'.> delectable combination is fo add chopped BOt meats to the cream and prcad v its. a thick maple fon? dant. SOME SHOP OFFERINGS A frock of hunter's green, illustrate, is in one piece, fastening up the sid? in a combination of panne velvet an ebarmeoae. The panne velvet wais has an EtOfl jacket and long, ?igh >leevc.-. Neck and t-Iee.es are attrac lively tii.ished. with collar and cuff: of '?hit?' faille ribbon, and the W| on ? ach ida ia trimme i a ith lot I ? tons, fhe >ide pleated skirt, ?<?-. ? fulls over an underskirt of pan? vet. i model ma) be h id - -nd groan onlj? Pi ,-''- M Thc ha' ' ' illor of uaent e with a soft draped erown, the brim 01 loft side being roll? ?1 t trifl the right side if pi rfl I ' The base of the crown is trimmed with monkey fur, with at the .-ide a white ? veil * gardenia. Trier, ?._'.'?" )\ ?_ oo'd-looking suit tor everyday \?. ?i i made perfectly plain in dark blue gabardine. The threc-nuarter length eodt has deep rever? of tue ma terul extending almost to the srai--t line, and trimmed at the left with but ?nd on the right with false but? tonholes. At the waist line the lower section of the coat is shirred on to a ? arrow bell of the material. Long, tight rleeves are finished with small turnback CUlTa and butions, while a loading collar of blac't velvet - edged e/hk foa fur and foi ? i.e.I with bottom and loop?. The It I . r'-u!!?r. This suit may be had in o.?' '? Woe and tan. Trice, 0 \ . ' ' be ipleodid for a I _? ? ? ?? dar?, blue corduroy aritk a kip length coat which ;'<a?ten.? aritk black ball button? high at the throat. The collar and cuffs are tank, and o:: each s?Je there are .?nali pockets. The skirt is shirred in the back and has a wide half be.? of the material finished on each side with ?.all bu'tops A suit of this sort ts . .j practical and ?a priced at ?35. A SIMPLE DINNER MENU Celery Bouillon Pulled Bread ?aked Bluesnappers, Paprika Buttor Potato Bf-Ils Broiled Chicken Currant Jelly Sauce Grilled Sweet Potatoes Salsify au Gratin Romaine and Pear Salad Scuffled Crackers Charlotte Russe au Chocolat Coffee A FLOWER HOLDER, WITH EACH VASE DETACHABLE Thoroughly wa ih a ' celery for the bouillon u er cho] It or put it through a n i Ad?l a small onion, alie? oonfu each of celer] leed i quart of eold water. Let it an hour. Strain through i I ? and arid liait the qo - ' ' well-seasoned i.'.u lion. Polled Brood Cut the cru it from .?? loal of I baked French br< ad. P ? por tion apar? in in four inches long and rotl ? Plat?' in a delicate brov. n. Serve eith? Co!d. Booed Bloeaoappera, Paprika Botter. I. small blu? to Indi ? idua Bone ? fish and rub en? '1 butt? r, mixed wil rl prika to coloi :' shallow buttered ' .1.. add . and while baking boatt juice and n . fish on a -1 : if 1 liquor remain;!.g ig th? gai nial wit! emon and ot poraley. Broiled Chicken. Currant felly Same. Many of the he.-t ee preliminary cooking ?. the oven, th.: broiling proc? not more than five minut?e. IM. c chicken in "baking tin, flesh side u] with butter and prinkle and paprika, leaving the salt to be . dded later. Hak-- foi iiftee in a hot oven, ren?. ,;niKii cooking, i ger of the ehickei bun CarraaI Jelly Sauce. I - ? ter to t he liquii in the baking tin, aft movi . To this add or.. ? ? il Gratia. i bro ? Romaine and Pear Salad. ? - ? ... , curved I? . -. gil- I ? r icki re, ? Bo ?' ' adily ? ? ? ? . I with is the old to ' ? i harlotte Ruase an < bocolat ? ould are thickly iced wit h i.??;!? ?1 eh.... ?/ and ? op of *. ? THE FLARING LINE IN THIS GOWN I [NED TO IHK FLARING TUNIC OF BLACK VELVET. POST-ELECTION WEDDINGS Bateson-Otis and I ownsend-Hewitt Ceremonies lo-day ?Other Society Affairs and Notes. Miss Rosina Bay! Oti?, daughter of I ?the late Mr. and Mm. Wii?iam K ??? be married at noon to-day in It , Bartholomet a CI itch, to Edgar Far ra? ' ?'? * SOB of Mr and Mr?. Chariot i). BatOOOa. The ceremony perforated by Bishop Greor, ?? ' the Bar. Dr. I.cighton Park?. weddiag breakfaet will follow at ? ?ne .?f the bride's grandmother, Alfred M. Heyt, wr'h whom she has lived since the death of her na Bl 9U Fifth av. The bride, who will he given away by her uncle, llenrr, B. Hoyt. will bava for her maid of honor her eotuin, Miaa Eliaaboth Beyt, for bridesmaids Mi.?,? I.urinda Davis Batoooa, Miaa Dorothy Bull, Charlotte Delaneld, Hiss Helen . Miaa Anna (llyphar.t and Mis?! Prances Olaaetea. Hat?.id I - will he '?e-it nan, an.' | will he Stamp? Parrar, af New Or? . Paul Shipman Andrews, of Syra Lymaa N. lime, Malcolm E Smith, <. Wadaworth Howard and v.. Mum ; . ??' tl The marriage of Misa Edytha Y. C. ?I.- '. i't. daughter " 'Hi Hi i ?-. ??? Charlea Cae TowasendL of I rill take place to-da> at the home ' of the briile'- mother ;.i Ar-i-I?rj . N. Y. Bessie Hewitt, sister of the bride, he maid of honor, and Mi?s Elisa? ? beth Hare Powell and Mi-s Eleanor ? i the brideamaida. Arthur end " ill be his brother's best man. Among thoaa who entertaiaod at din? ner laat night at the Plaza '.?ere Mr. 'and Mr?, Henry VY. Taft, Colonel and - l'aine, Mr. and Mrs. A. Black, Mrs. Stanley McCor* miek, Frederick Heber Baton an?! rhoodora P. Shouts. I Sybil Young, whose mar to I.;, mar. N. 11.ne will take place on November 10 in St. ThOBBas's < hurch, will pi-, i* a lunch? tor her at ;,? the Apthorp, the home of I At Newport. ? ' Newport. Nov. ". Mr.-. R. Lrvingatoa Beeekmaa and Mrs, Preach Vaaderbilt ong the official reprosoata? i land at the Panama Expoi ag booa unpointed by . Mr-. Preach Vanderbilt and Mra Burke Koch-* gave dinners a*, their liome- this evening. iler.ry F. El.lridgc and M.lton S. I are at the Muenchinger King. Mr.-. Lyaaao Tiffany, of Wwhiiigtoo, is a guest at the La Forge." WAR BRIDE COMING HOME Mrs. W. G. Peckhara and Hus? band to Arrive on Nov. 6. Mr. and Mr??. W. G. Peckham, whs honeymooning in war-atriek? ?ipc, ?.re expected iiom?- in We ' ... i., S'ovembor 6. The eut of the war hastened their wedding ?i .I they were ?luict!;. married at ice by the Bav. Dr. D. Brown, of the Proteatant ehurch .here. Out* bride's li 1er, Miai K. P. H he few friends were pr. Peckham a ?m .nt for "The Studio." Mra. Peck? ham, who "... Miaa Marion Whe. . ; ,-? ? ng mu? c . of Francis II. Wheel ? - ?? - outh College, one well -? ? i to men who have lr ed in the Wh dormit ': :" young cou honeymoon, i r HALF MILLION TO CHARITY Boston Institutions Big Ben criciaries of Miss French. l;,i ? ? ? ; ? '.?.ed at i_' ?lommo ? I died there October JI (?Hice ti- - aftei which $602,co.i ? | en to ed eational . ? ii table natitat luseum of Fine trts, thi -,i -, her parent?, Mr B?d Mr? Kdward L. r? . g Frodoriek ?? Heetetter, "'ho is to marry M?U Martlia < athertnr (?unn '..-morrow, vil! give his farewell bachelor dinner t<?-n;ght at Sherry's. Mr?. M. Thoyor Rr.hb Brill give a dnti-e at Shetr;.'? BO D"? ember \H for bar debotoote daughter, Hisa Jane? Rook Mr-. StOfOOB Peabody will give a re eepl OB on Pccembcr L' a?, her house, ?;o Boat Mth -? . to iotro?iooo her I is I'r -.-ilia Pishody. She will gi\e a dinner rn IV^mlwr I for ii? r daughter, afterward taking her ? ?. junmr AaoomMy a' Sherry's. Ml arrd Mrs, Horace lUvemyer are the guestl ? ?' Mr- Henry 0. Pa-?J me\ar at her country place, it tOB ' Mi . Herbert f.. Sa'.;?r.e? returned to tue city from the.r . pi tea at Highland I i Mr. and Mi?. AloxoOOOr I>- B, Trafr. who ?pent ?he greater r ,r' " Oetobot at Hot Springe, Va., *d to the eit] ood a" r. for the wititer. Mr and Hi l HoaTowa will come ?.) the <? ?;? for ?he wiotOt it tboif court try i V. \Ir. ami Mrs, Williafl Dougiaa Sloooa will r. tkeil estate a' rkoi doj ? ? aro I a ? Mrs. Elliot Da u id lo town ? . ! City i is at the P Mr. OOd Mra. I Sabia and the;r dOOgl I I " ibotk 1IMOO Sabia, BO apartment at the Ploxa foi ' Iaaehuaetta Cewa si iio.p-ai and the Technology tnd a trual fund der.etit Of four person is upon 'heir dea?' ? Technolog] The Museum el loble collec? tion of painting . lOgroviogB, bronr.es i Other work ? of art. The other boqu?ate are ITgjMi ? ' Bth? -i.?:?'. ?'nur.-Ii of th< DioCOOO of Moaaocl - - ;""' I i the rec? tor, warden and vestry of Christ Church, on Salem s*.. aod i-,o?Hi ?o the Fr. i Hospital for Women, in ?Hoito'v A large number ?ji leaBMaOO, moat of I which aro about 12,000 aaek, are ?riven 'to friooda, and Bach -enant wiio has been in her emoloj ?me -, ear or mote BOd '-'?> foi SOCk '.ear of sCI" . CHURCH CONGRESS .PENS Episcopalians Begin Discm sion of Many Problems. H Ne ' America i 1 . ? kick opened it ???i here to day, brought together Kpiscopaliar ' from all aver the country, including many churchmen, for dis on of prob - work l*ho moctingB will laat foui days? the ? ??.".. ..img the on of tin' Church to the iaaaei r i aal, the and eollogea, the relation >.r p r I 1 ? -? .i ? end th? to the public I' ' I W?lpoleBros. Irish Linen Manufacturers HANDKERCHIEFS ? n hei istit. hod, . nd e? broid? red ? loo kaad? ? thread ? i < i i ? . ? \ - o bT ? ?'-?? I.from to t?a aod 1 r -m.derail r. hi't Catalatu? ,9tt BOO .17.1 filil? Wcnue. Ne*. York I' '?! IN HKI.rihT - ..- '.i-' \ IM, IM Hma ? ? r.i ? ? ?' cfUITl?ltS Me are exhibiting a wide \ariety of the Furs illustrating the latest styles of authority in Coats, ('apes nnd \r? raps for all occasions, matched sets, Scarfs and Muffs. Positive satisfaction both ?< to quality and prit e /' twit lor attention given /" renwdelling. Automobile ?. ont-, loi V. om.-*n aiiul Men ? ?Specialty. 384 Fifth Avenue 10 ?? Greelej?MM ?. I I : th i A 161 ?