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^V?fit;--... . .e, c. ???? .),?, . i,,.,. 1 tX/T 9 IM REST The Patchwork Revival Finds an Echo in Miniature in Nursery Furnishings. DiitcH ".*d Wagon L: vy Tale Cribs. THSRF ara mu?: r#?ar l?k?s m te ba ??er In the shops th 'la point d'aeprlt beeke \?>t in? I l larking to stri ^t be raally servie *'?* .. . .-. A Dute? Bed Wagon. Qoiu tt s fury tale crib is tl Dutch bi I wood. It -it ? '.. wooden wagon, c 1-jw woe e wood? Hjaias i ??ooden handle wit sh of th es, ir. and ting 01 coverlet. ? ray hood ma I I with it green hood. Th Little S? s< rj Quilts. PttcVv , ia quit? th? ? ? with It A be? .. -?? x, ??? He part of an en ? motif was thi alone, because 01 as $36 ? I ? the furnish white enamel . not largt ?tlmost doll'? ?'red, detach ..tchwork. Its ? ? the out ? r lamp with muterial. Price \ promise. is to get basait ets, on? them. A compro wicker, a hood or canopy attach kei for nurseries is i. for it wheels, . sti much * wick? ? was almost **(* e* : a crib had ^tor t . l bis crib might ** boo Is ?-ibbon and side ? ? nhbon and .? -er.ing but ur.trimmed hi ?f. 11 | An Old Trench Cradl-e. - has for sale one of *? old -adles of hardwood, the ground and hood, a cradle whose * " ... old fireplace ?he pursuer of an rrudle would Mayor and Nathan Straus Applaud Miss Clayton's Efforts. Bv KATHARINE LORH. 4 4 V-^HILANTHHOPIST" sounds very important, perhaps a trifle boresome; "social worker" is too intensely professional, and yet we have no good word to describe thos" persons who make their dally bread count a little on tho side of righteous: ? Thus it ?? nil in the day's w Tk trot Miss Una Clayton has written a one act play that hummers home the lee son that commercial greed is respon ls of unclean and un? milk, which Is in its turn the indi of h, !p . "1 have my profession and I must make my 1 *," says the little philosopher. "1 must play the gam. according to the rules. As a play ? my study must be to rouse ?1. ind to amuse, bat I can also that when the tears and laughu-r are forgotten an idea will re? main." In this new playlet, which is called ,rMilk,' Ml?? ? has utilised the ? dge of conditions which she ac? quired daring some months of I? In which ehe devoted herself to work? ing among the children of tl i "I had gone rather stale on my writ? ing," said Miss ' si d resolved e a rest Business cor I You Have a Banbary Tart? B ri has come our tea tables. s tarts and Banbury tarts, ta and damson tarts fc'y're all back in * ? ? Bog h?(i, ?hen ? pie an the g recipes: A Dell? u Tuff I'aste. sifted floi ,f tkree ? w,th the ? >? ? of lard - ^?Isnd?-, . very fine, smooth ' ? Mei cot ? 'a< ?It a: ?lough. Roil ?pread a ith ia*-qnart.r of a eup ol butter, eprinkle "'" * ! up closely in a towar?! the ?..-?? -. into a ' one-quarter of ?kle with a little ie this paste. Set in a dish, cover to stand an hour hefore cut Plum ?'ustard i .r.r r __?" h r -??r. |f pn 5f ?.?'""" ":' yolks ?eu H^J^Hhl! ty Un* with puff paiste made from the above recipe and brown light ?h the plum custard and pile a meringue, made of the stiffly beuten ?r the top of each tart and bake until puffed and brown. Bnnbury Tart. Bent half a pound of butter to a cream, with one pound of candied ? ? chopped fine, one pound of eun ? on ounce of allspice. Cul ths paste into squares. Fill with the mixture and fold into ;inch Mrush over with the yolk of sn Ogg ar.d dust with po" sugar. Bake in a hot ? min ? Graavill? Tarts. ?ir thoroughly six ounces of sugar, four ounces of butter, two ounces of grour candied peel, which has been shredded, . e crumbs. Beat the whites of four egirs to a stiff froth. vo mixture two I .spoonfuls of i room and a half tea spoonful of lemon flavoring. Last of all add the itifllj l'"a?en whites. Pill ells with the mixture nr. ? **/*.< n cool cover with thin i? "anu?. \\ I'stphulian Apple Tari. Pare and chop fifteen fair sued ap? ples, fry them in butter and nt: -r oonfuls of apricot juice. Bea1 the mixture until smc> ? quarter of a pound of butter and add The hiyby oHll have tv quilted four poomoT )*ist Wee any rli.'cn'"' - ??HU ? ble rnfatt/U will prove more no in o tfuaitti hed ii<i<!on. The r o m h i ?? r ? blaokhoard - table and t oak ore well fash? ioned. Price $6.60 for desk, armchair ?3.25. -?erest, for there is a real oracle in the middle of the wood, which lends to its ancientness of appearance. Price, |60. N'o doubt you have heard of the won? derful singing birds, which may be wound up and will then sing for over an hour. Two or ?hree birds in each cage, gayly colored little feather.inns I banging in the foliage of the nursery; ; you want j them to. " ?ery Desk Set. For the b rl of the nursery , one may always And something new and useful. Jus: now It is a table and chair set 11 This table is 'not an on! of table, for the toy opens up, and, coming to I ?h'iws inside a combined stai blackboard and desk to hold all the writing materials Price. |6 M The little armchair that accompanies it costs |1 ' I pun written reijneat The Trlliini* will tip glml to fiirnlah tlic Ham."? i.t ? li'ipa ?vliere article* are aren. She Fig'hts for Baby's Pure IK in a Playlei MISS USA u u l<>\ Playwright! ?ho makes her worh count doubl*?. with my various ske'ches made it im? possible for me to go fur away from town, and somehow I ?rested in the children of the poorer <yuarter6 of this city. "Tho more I saw of the conditions of life among the poor, the more my ached for tho children, and most of all for tht? babies. "1 saw the ?splendid work that is ? ? by the Hoard of Health, the nta, and then how really helpless these oiks of four eggs, a quarter of a pound aad crumbs, six ounces of po- ?r and one teaspoonful of v.i ?nil this mixture over es in a tart shell and minutes Spanish Tart. :th the puff ? ? s, a layer of si. . - - .?ni. of sliced bananas. Sprinkle aacb layer generously with powdai and cover with a rich ! serve cold. BtraWBCrrj (ream T art. This recipe calls for fresh strawber they are net to be had at th. sanni ?I ones may be illy it the Juice is poured ;1 of rich milk in a double boiler with ta ?oonfuls of s... ipoonful of I milk and add to ti..- milk and sugar m the double boilei re minutai ring ? ? ? burning. ? re and stir in I the whites of two egg? which have B to a stiff froth and allow the mixture to i ! ?. a ?ieep pis dish with rich '.! with - ith rich ? do not pinch down ? When i ft the top enil '-pared ?id serve imm?? diat? Makes Her Daily Task as Playwright Count lor Humanity's Good. good people were to long a? even one i "lapany was selling milk that was not safe. "Then some one took me to see one of N'athBn Straus's milk stations and ,1 heard of the fight Mr. Striais was making to have pasteurization of all milk required by law. "There were numerous laws and one? about the proper handling and luhelling of milk, but there were so many loopholes thl tho care!' ss or dishonest might slip. If the Ian i. teurlzation of all milk, I I germ cou!d I menace to the baby's life would be i*' moved. And so I wrote my ? und a fow days ago the bill Mr. was working for was pasted " A Plot's a Plot, However. Notwithstanding the didactic purpose ?if her little sketch, .V ? ten did ? not forget that it is the dm , purpose to amuse and to arouse emo 1 tions. The skit was not a tirade against the disease breeding practice, but it was n delightful little drama with a moral. Love, the r? former maiden and nil popular ele i ments were loeteasfully blended in this short ht.'rary effort. Miss Clayton showed herself to be a pleasing actress, too, in her imperson? ation of the other heroine, Miss Brmyntruds Dooloy, for it ???. ths wicked milk-prince's daughter who is the love-story heroine. W moralizing there was seemed ir.? al, and in consequence the pr< ? i tion was emotional and highly enjoy The wicked mllk-baron was impervi? ous to any human softening. Ho WUS adaman? Me was an implacable engine of destruction but only on the question. It has been his common f dilute milk with water wh ; was a shortage, or when any other accident might occur, bul daughtsr became Infect? ! witl I germ from the milk which her father supi tuberculosis of the spine he reforms. And then resolve? to f< r wear all malpractice. His milk ?hall in future be all that ; most | ask. An all-round reeonciliati" ' curs as the curtain falls. The Mayor and Mr. Straus Present. At the dre?s rehearsal of this p- - formance, which ?-curred a fer. ago at the M It Theatre, "?"?u??Bsm was displayed by the audi? ence, among whom wen- Mayor Mitchel and Nathan Strau?. Thev were rast | ly pleasod by the performance predicted that it would I ?e to the cause of pure milk ! and Mr. Straus conferred or . Clayton the title of "Daugl ?? \ Pure Mrlk Crusade " All of U*l rrh (rot* to show that one can put love ? g spirit for humanity into the daily tank, as Miss Clayton has don?, i BROCADED GOWNS SUGGEST RICHES And They Are Best Worn at the Opera and Other Functions of Brilliance. UNLIWI ED wealth is sugg???te< by a eolll -?'.on of brocade' gown? il??-?;. -i. d for wear at thi | opera. Pol of fabril and In | di^jiluiillty of deatga, that collection IS allln/lrig Hut tt is not II, "r i^liiik- than is Its irnpor'er t I confidence in her ability to -? : modal before thi b< ? ? lag of 191B Sh?? bai m her faith a I t thai whereas formerly brocade! only by women avowedly of, <?r ;..??? I midd'i' '-m by young Btrl a i * h and gold -. and among the e this combina? tion i? popular, sir -r too ' brilli.-int for nn individual*! ta may be torn d do i I st appli 1 cations of reilii . li ".-.i I. d go* permit any ti, ig to dim i? m ntilla of it* glitter. It delights m being a vivid artair of pir k, | lue, greei aatn ?? 01 threaded with gold or silver anil illumi? nated with strings of ' ' "sap? phires," rhi- - jet Jet? of Planiond-like Brilliance. For jets can illume They look like black diamonds on a certain model of blue and gold brocaded satin. tl to say, the skirt la satin, for the bodice and, in fact, the foundation of the creation ara of white tulle mounted opon something real!.. el. The tulle, folded broadly about, th* at the bust line, runs over the shoulders In s* -h gradually to the waist, beneath which It shows only at the sides -on the hips Whore the '.s are not Joined 'I he skirt, ? l( front and back - ? cross Tip of tulle, actually forming the the lower line ;ls plainly about ? -in to appear, ami these, drawn in rather ?rrmglv at the ankles, at front, finally elongate n: back into a square train. Bead ?Strand??Yards of Them. Yards ot Jet beads in double strand uro employed for the Illuminating o' this gic4n The gurniture, shoulders a-.d armtope, Is caught doom at either side of the bust with nun? wh ch, in turn, nre I with five loohe-falllng strands of heads Extra double strands dr from the hust lino, buck and front, ure oted at the basn of ths ? th.- brocade is BOO-BOd 0VS1 tulle foundation of the skirt, and fa. as single tassels down either sida ol' the figure to the knees. OvcrsUrt or Train??Both. tfedlmvul simplicity of desig' - n coral and silver bror?d ur.derslip of two straight v.:dfh of the material is trimmed from bttSl to knees with a double row of silver garnishing. These rows, when jolne?! below th? knees, form an exaggeratedly long and slender point down the centre of the front. At the back the silver trimming, starting at the shoulders, outlines a sharp V-shaped, decollete little care of the brocade. This, run? ning over and partly hiding a rather ' ?!t, ends as a narrow poir.t 01 the hips of a wldo-flowing train of the ? a!. .-?!ng at the waist line this train ? ? form of an overBklrt with iron's dropping to the hips and gradually lengthening at the sides a. lt rip; The bro a tulle over the girdle, at front has flesh tulle elbow I and ? V I? jh tulie, which cross the shoulders broadly, but at back taper to UOord with the pointed cut - ? feet A NEW LrUCILE STREET SUIT AND A MARIA GUY HAT OF BROWN ? loth, thi? suit eg supreme distinction thr? ugh :.i! open I under the arm and the cr no pot*k.'"ts. however. I he collar and cuffs are 1 the l.irpe button! and loops t?l mil material, fhe sknt i fully pleated at the sides. Worn with it is ,i .Maria Guy hal in gl ty curly tips ?it either side V.\ ? .ut. with h u [monizing lui The Baby Left Behind ' ? ?? ?_____?__?_?_, ? i ??????? ********** C There are hundreds of mothers here in New York playing a birj part in the busine?? world. <" Children must necesiarily remain at home?be? yond the mother's watchful eye most of the day. And ali seem to be just as happy and normal as the children of mothers at home all day. i] How do these successful women solve the prob? lem? Let some of them tell you in the Woman's Section to-morrow. Uty #un??ttg Qlribw? Order from Your Newsdealer To-day MISS DAMROSCH A DEBUTANTE Wife of Musician Gives Dance for Second Daught Mist, Buel Bride To-day of Vivian Burnett, Son of Authoress of "Little Lord Fauntl *roy." Ano'her name was added to th? of debutante-- last night when iroseh gave a small <? men's Cosmopolitan Cll ice her second daughter, S 1 'an.rosch The g_ r ubout 100, were rec? .mrosch und the debat? who wore a simple gown of white i und chiffon. The ballroom was ti? nted with autumn flowers end lei Iianc.r ? during the e ing and at ni;di.i0'ht a seated su was served Miss Constance Buel, daughtei Mr. and Mra. Clarence C. Buel, wil married to Vivian Burnett, son of ?00 Hodgson Burnett, this a) at the home of her parents, sloi rea and a intimate 'rends will be present at I ceremony and IOC '- will low. - Mr?. William Francklyn Paris give a reception this afternoon at home, 63 West 3tfth Bt. Mr?. William Goddard, of Provider who spent the nui ?: si end fall abro arrived in New York yesterday on Adriatic and is at the Hotel Mr? Sheffield Pbelps gave a era dinner last night at th? Bt Regis 1 her daughter, Miss Claudia Lea I'hel and afterward took her guest? to t opera. Mr. and Mm W. De Lancey Koun) will go to Sou1: ? ag Islat next week to attend the meeting of t National Golf Club. Mrs. Bidney i Colford, jr., haa i turned to this city from Newport, a: is at the Biltm.re. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trphe McGus have returned from the Virginia H Springs, ami are a* 70th st f the winter. The first of the Three Sherry Dane will be held at Sherry's on Frld? evening, December 4 The committee QUIET FOR WILSON AIDS Schumann Heink Coir*ei Draws Washington Society Washington, Nov. J i -The mo' (tl | ety, the thirteen aids who SOT dent at all large White Ho . are to be Sfitl >b thi ? s when a I ambassador rs presented or s I tor is - lueed ? ? ? ??n I r ? ?ed a: ; of a minister. While th? 0t taken repla? ' ? "? Lieut? | ? ? i eon Ith -i Vmong I irlei ? lit Assistant Secrel charge consista ' Un I !wurd S. Knapp, Mrs. B Ogden Ck tola and Mrs? J. Herbert Johnston. Among the Patrone???-? .mbus OTX Iselln, Mrs Johnson, ?. Henry G. Tre-. - J. ?r'chieffelln, Mrs. .1 Pierpont Morgan, Mr?. Henry E ?'???, Mre ;.?r:,s II. Mellon, ?Mrs. John E. Alex no, Mr*. Hiram W Bl ey, Mrs. Richard C. Colt ai V. . -r 0. Our. Mr. and Mr? Hoary Ue 1 A-pinwall will spend the wintrr a: ? Arma, 640 ItadUl Mr. and M ? Forbe* have re? turned from ore ? n., and are ' at the Uiltmore for several days. Mr. and Mr?. Louis du Pont Irving motored late the Baaayside, ? .: jrr iugton, N. Y., and ai? for a brief visit A eoneert for benefit of 'he American A. . . ?pttel m ?' t wa? given at the day afta Le Foatenaj Coudert, V..se Purdy, George Harria, jr., and d Mrs. ; H. Jjitson, Mra Pau? ? nette L. ijllder, lire Donald li Mrs. William li Mre. Alexander Daer Irving, M * re. ?frank ?i ." ?>? ???. ?emaker, Mrs lienry U '.-. Mr? J ? William Emereon The member? of the cemn't?? at Basel ctn Ambulance Hospital ia Paris are Mrs. Charles B Alex? ander, Mrs Ktbert bacon. V.r*. August ?it, Mr? Lloyd B. Hrycs, .. : ' ? Whitney, Mr?. J Montgomery Sears, Mrs. Whitelaw I.? id, Mr?. H FuirtMd Osborn, Mr?- ?? rie?. Mrs. Richard ToWBSOBd Mr? Writ nay War? roa, Mrs. Edward Brand ? Mre. Nicholas Marra ' ?. Harriman ami Mrs. A. Bart m Ue; ra. Adolph Caspar Miller enter tnined a?, dinner to-aight for I of Cali? fornia. A??i?tant of the Bamlta en ?1 a number of guests at diBBOt - a vom iNiPvnzmut for llltailtS and I Ji \ ;i ! J?J *j HORLSCK'S It means She Original ami Genuino MALTED MILK "Ci?cU*? Jmitaticr* The Food-Drink for all Ages Pich milk. BM * I ;orm. Form! u Puren-, ?ody. Invigt." ag??d. Mere healthful I Tnk? no aub-tltut?. Aal? tor HORUCK'S U0KL1CK 'S ( omtaiiu Pure Milk MAKL YOUR ROUGH SKIN SMOOTH Winter wind? and wr rll 3 * v the artlt ? neat of ho-.??? or one? ?work havoc with afcins that are nat?.r ? 1 amooth. Keep your?, at it ahould te r?y the n?e of VELOOEN night 1 ' loor?. va?h. Ir?g with ?oap and a ?and again in the morning, wiping ct what the akin will not sbs. The pore? real . VELOGEN when it I? ? - ro ,Qh, red. ch.11 . I does - jrowtr? of h -