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&*.,?_' .?..v ???-?- '-??? *? -. --. ? . THE EVENING SCARF ,. i Artistry Is Being Put Into These Veiling! That Blend Into the Costume's Ensemble. CK?T? are headed. Jewelled, Sipejghte ?nth crystals and shim cr and . | - on of all ; | a?a?a?a?a?ar* , , ? J ? should. ua?_____ appro. they -??' ;<!m?sl a P*rt o: thc r rt an?! sre n ore n hit of soft ?,??7 ?nd ? modifier of abrupt d? mIM* ,:H" a:' extranco;;s ;uiorn fflflt. Tslle Studded with Crystals. When - Rim of a bit if elaborateness, something .. offset, ? thing or even sheen ors is a well nigh eadlesi ???? '-> to raIkc me'i ": A r'~ s;n'i'!e af? ijir : *?? h(h'1' ' stud'!*'. nnd in scattered figures ' ' ' of whits ? ?tractive. WOT vis on at: :! white tulle ?,...,' _, ?>. The beadit | ..,,,,. o?l .--d more like a frn-t = 'a!s, than premedi U'.ed idornrr.e:.:. Trie ?'tice of this Utter ??* ?. White Net and Moonlight Sequin?. For the matn n ? > = this masterr pi m_\ White net, near the A Recipe Potpourri Frangipane Tart. Mix balf sn ounce of flour - I er a scant pi] . bay leaves, a little lemon rnd and a pinch ??:' grated nutm? | ?bout Ifteen ' n this into the flour thickening. Add three o . o? butter, t; '. - -ugar. Allow the tr. xtur? ' .?r.mer until thick, but he careful thai it d< not boi!. Line patty tiai Witt ? ite and fill with the rr.:j.'.t.:r afl vtne co'.d Bake tuent* a rr.oder ite oven Banana snd Damson Tart. Um lish with thin pa?te f.rrar.?o a layer of sliced bananas ! eight are used, sliced lengthwise1. Next a ? it .:? of two tablespoonfuls ofrjjrar. a lemon peel and three .nfuls of rum is sprinkled over the banana?. The it tiled un with preserved dan - of thetr juice, arr.l the ekelt is covered with a light, short quarters of an hour ?SSejQicl be served hot or cold, according to taste, with a mute cor r' u ?. of tl ? yolk of one egg mixed wit] twice ?tl weight of cream and one tablcspoonful of rum, and a ?*-inegl?ssf j! of the plum syrup for sweetening Baronet Soup. T?k? a ? : 'ason to well beaten *K*- I'( ture into a well buttered : in a larger it ? ptable of boiling water ?ad let it boi] r.r.e hour, bei: e of the water reaches >:. ^her, ;.. and solid the ??**? Tl ? out on a plate, res, and add them t? ?s much of ? <? -.< I te sou] r.eeded. To 1 ?.oup a wine turn o? ?her:. .Id previously have **"> ?diUfl. end, was banded in splash-like effect with black net, and moonlight sequins dea. Mooaligl I ?he name of this scarf, which was un ? en, and was of ? glory. Price, ?2\i j>?. ( hiffnn Still l sed. ?"?on is still used for thea* which are surprisingly utilitarian. White and very startling and brilliant tone? are used, In flowered, embroid ? red and beaded ornamentation. Occa y, too, is seen a tilrei lace or a gold lace scarf, and often, too, a cloth of gold ail in white, or xvith ? ?ting shimmers of colors adding glowii g life to I All metal . delicately <>rke?J out. are pricetl and vary in price ac *he metal ? ? a.ned, rathe:- than the do? ll all they .. ;e. irfi with metallic bi ... < . "How Dare You!" a great share of favor this year. They are charming, and are fourni in all bright, pure and pastel shades. Price, ? l.reen and Kohin's Egg Blue. ?'xqu:site and striking were the scarfs in robin's egg blue and blue green, enihroidi red in a flow. ? derful coloring, blending in ? contrasting in the green. The price wai 121 One-Fourth the Goods Bought by . Women Is -Returned to Shops ?? Impaired in Value. ^w_f_fl Because Women's Unanswerable Retort Is "How Dare You.1" StiopEeepers Lose Heavily 4 4 1 T" ,v I ' ? or, unapi i Shopk'lI'I ? ' . avail that thi | or twice. ? long been l*i the home owner of the Btthil quirering nostr. railible foi ? r u.e to ' How ?are he at! I I . ? Hnvc you a eharg? a.'count at i New York's leading it go or. what is popular . I -hop? ping tour? Do you go . A re you II .nsib!?1 f??r the heavy losses iacai ? . ? through method of ?tying, "01 .v mind abo I bility? ?01* Han Karat Hone It. 0 f com a ran or hat and then teatii g itoreman that you haven't Bui ? women who ha you hold a bladgi pkeep er's head and laj : "Well, 1 have: ? yet, a: d 1 W m*t What are you ? test ? . in a very iwei 1er. "There is nothing like rating hay f??r I when ! Alice, and .-he found that on ? , finds I i of th? ? ? ? ? ating and ? men who abuse the privilege o ? ' ? They are divid? .era! types ?he so .? ilarly whei Ith her. There 11 I largt Is home a dress foi Ister llnds what ?ems to bt . arment for |2SSS, and, then >mc and spends innumerable bi's of carfare 01 motor f'je!, but feels elated at her bar . Dislikes Hurting Saleswoman's feelings ? sa who look? and ??? ithout any real laten? ? :.en, not to hurt ? | :- home this articles, much to v! dismay of *he deceived worker. One of the large merchants of thil eity aver?, many women do not how to shop because they never how much money they have to I peries of mone lebauehes ami famines, all unsys The "new woman?" Not as many a? . declares the ministering if i.i't earthly wants. And very . ? merely careless, com? g the larev she \_ ir..|.> . ! will not examine her pui so much more com? i? so at home and she sends home half a doten pen?ha! !e negligee ::. each one that is returned having depreciated la value t! rough I ? DM lost and expense of ?g an.I return. "If women would but show a little Bt la the ? rotary of a whoee I a:.d dreaming, he de -. are foCUSSed on this sub." "We send a chiffon gown or 1 home. Ti .. n innumei able ? boy to bo> from wrappoi to parr illy i is delivered. A call is sent for its re? turn. More red tape, the return do lin y, the unpack;: .- pairini and freshening of th?- gown, thi tering in more slips, the changes 01 book- tht return t? stock. An ordinary returned ai: ? time labor and act; . ? I ^ ." cents. A:i en?.: | "Bu* when ini tain other eootin gencies into consideration, th?' . enormous. Plfl renovating, and the charges for thi are often ?*:). Then it it not unusual t? :ind that a suit or wrap has been re tained so long tl irai reasons, has appreciably fallen Even a week so':> baroc 27i<c of l.arnients Returned. "We tried to remedy the al.use o this pract.ee. We Agvred and terrih!-* fact-. Twen" the articles sent out to charge patnfll are returned, not occasionally, bu' habitually. You can read that 25 per cent hurts, not only a the woman who buys. "We picked out tht oatomera who made a practice of returning over M per cent of their purchase?, and to see then:. Only half of than came at all. Some of them were properly impressed by our argumetr he grimaced luefully, "they continued their practice. Oth* 'How dan ? ob!' th? j : 11 has ever dared to question my pur? chases before. Pray, by de ; ou interfere in my private mat? ters?' And the* ' of the room, never to return "What right hna v.T.'" He despairingly alof*. "Others ?ho kept uii the practice, or were wholly incor These F?rs? Palm Be&clh Hats Hint The DI -n of Spring's Models WHETHER one fie?? the North to winter 01 no!, th-re is alweyi Creat lcmini.?r ?'Uching to the moflVii v hi? h milliners ?nd dressmakers prepare for the Palm Batach ????on. For they foreshadow the f-.hion? of c.rly spring The ?mall hat ? most favored id the?? ?.ri. ?notUls. ?s seen by the three Ki.o? h.ls here ?llustrited. I he P.n.ma. at the left. .B,.ro?m.t.. closely new mode. ,n men . h^ge.r. A wh.t. UsetkZ Ml hod? dm hefcami^lfc. aWk Mb* faced with ..Ik **?__*^* Mcr.ury ?dorn the h?h wh.t. ?oque-truly . smart, m.nn.sh. r.ther ?.(.tar, col loction in all. informed that their ac? count Soma of them re? turned two-thirdl, and ,-onie almost all Draitll measures, IB evil which must " ? n wrote us l.or alike. 'No one has never ? r i II toy of I i 1 ? aOtt, and ?vful things about us, and why their account with us ha* eested." taCgitlaUtl Reasons for Return?. tB the ' h the practice of t| ; toral, far it has in By advantages for the merchant ?"(I ? rper. Erar so many - I and legitimate for ? h"me of articles and then era. If one's hntbtad daat iht that particular garment, then one has a , a. If one wants o or thr?e for choice, that IB. Perhaps eon? Itibll to keep the article, and innumerable other causes are vali?! ? -op is, . merely taking the 1. ig out sam: an equal chance, and entering it under ? - il terrier." The ? accommodating, Ibroad . in ins return practice, for ?t paw. But the abuse of the eu? tom, .' "tirig a men -oon will have to he ? eoBomieally bad. Practica Hurts Sales I,iris. It redac? 'tht sales a-*'1*' i nly to ?? ? ? ginin ? ? . ? I running the itort and in Thus, each time that a woman returns an articl" she is ra ce for her ? r the women who can less afford an increase. Little does she i hat she becomes soon known as a "thi r," thi woman who is a pest,: and at whose approach all sales people R?'turns Inderttear After Two Years. lit to heilere that a woman will i underwear two after pur. -ail In ? ? more than ? this sort has been \ me? return something ? ?- ? ? minant desire to lid in their pursuit of woman w: ? ipprov? Sclent or to de ?'?? it fur an entertainment: ? - .. rere enoug ? II she i ? .'? poad a -omethmg, oold have been done to her as a > goe- on un for shopkeepers must be Mr Somethmg-or-Other. of a well ?es to her, sayir,7 , matter of : er. When tht COBMI iad t* tactfully point ? ..'? wear bat withdraws ? the '*ay of vi. OWt her ti e wrap. "Mr-. , my - rr.s to think that this garment ht ; : table patron, and a'.ed judiciously. Ho* Dare *lou. Sir' me that I '? Mr. Something-or hir wear it at the ad tht collar is I. But he accept-- defeat. "Of ? has not been : She smiles beneficently and aw, but he ?-alls and ? ?> . hart 7' irgottei your , ? | kerchief." Left m th?. ae wre* . Bal ?ht g^es eat If It's Advertiied in Zlit (Tribun* It's Guaranteed. ;S?e Editorial P?|e, First Column. 7.Vl3TK:CX\<C?-ST.?&**'* ? --.WirjUH'iii -Jaw ?t^-?--^ v Fired! The old feather duster that just transferred dust and dirt from one place to another in the house is a thing of the past. Now there are scores of different cloths and brushes that lift and carry away the dust and dirt. Little brushes to get into little corners, a long-han? dled brush to get in high places and others to speed the work. See the Woman's Page to-morrow. It's information that points to greater efficiency and economy in the home. She ?ribtme Order from Your Newsdealer To-day BIG ?LAFAYETTE" FUND OPENS I kintington Heads Society People in Move to Send in Memory of Great Frenchman?Comfort Kits to Allies Fighting in frozen Trenches. A new organization, known as the Lafayette Fund, begins work ? under the direction of Archer M. Huntington, of the Yandert. 111 Hotel und vvrll send "La;"., to the soldiers of the Allies .n the trenches. Many prominent people are S - ated with Mr. Huntington. Among tre Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mrs. William Astor Chauler, Mrs. loi ? Chapman, Mrs. Loe Thomas, Mirss Janet Scudder, Mrs. firme Wilson, Mr.-. Henrj Rogen Winthror?, Miss Emily Sluane, Robert L. Bacon. Frederic R. Coudert, !.' ? item t, it. I' W. '.ivermore, Philip M. Lydia, John G. Milburn. W. F Morcan, Ralph J. Pre Urn an.] ? I 1?. Wetmore. The first ihipment Will be made o. ind will reach the trenches ? <-*.ma<. The kite, cost? ing $2 each, will contain a fleece-lined shirt, fleece-lined drawers, two sollen sorte, a pair of woollen gloves, an abdominal belt with . pins, a mutier, a colored hairl et and a cake of soap. The fol? lowing additional articles are la - ed: I a box of camphor, a pocket knife, a poncho i rubber blanket1, cigarette?, . rsmoking tobacco and cigarette paper?. Remember Lafayette. The appeal sent out by the organiza . contains the following reference to Lafayette, in whose mem? ory the fund is named: "This'winter on the Aisne, along a battle line extending 100 miles, in trenches of frozen earth, the men of France and her allies, covered wil ?wen by hail and sleet, are fight? ing for the ilea'.s of democracy. '? not only shells that, kill, but su:T from cold and exposure. Will you help to relieve that suffering? "When 11 s of Valley Forge your ancestors struggled to create this ?.??public the stranger?, who came to their aid were Lafayette and the people of France. Let us now manifest our sympathy by efforts to relieve the suf? fering of her soldiers." Louisiana Joins Work. The country-wide work of relieving .?ii by donations of food is in? creasing each day. To the twenty-five ', of the L'non already co-operat? ing with the American commission Louisiana has r.ow been added, :in<l there are prospects of an active com? mittee beir.g formed in New Jer???y. Lindon W. Hates, vice-chairman of the commission, 71 Broadw-ay, yester? day received the following telegram from General Ars?ne Perrilliat, of New Orleans: "Organizing stete committre to work in behalf of the American Commission for Relief in Belgium. Governor Luth- t DEMOCRACY AT_ SCHOOL Commission to Govern Hudson St. Social Centre. Public School 93, in Hudson ?t.. ii to try an experiment in democracy. The Social Centre, which is housed on the ground floor of this school, right in the centre of Greenwich Village, having classes in dancing and debating' and Red Crois work and many other things when school is not in session, is to assume the commission form of gov? ernment. A temporary commission, headed by William Spinney. 31 Morton st., and ? th I. Balton. .!'l VanJam it was elected on December 3, and a per? manent commuiion will be chosen 1er EL Hall, honorary cha:rnian: n hainaan; Pearl White, I airman. \V 11 probab cure free from thi State Doch Board **"* at dochl for cargo, . ICtUtBt gram elevator facilities." Chariot A. Mur.ger, of Ctldwell, N. J , a retired canned goods manufacturer, : >?rday on Mr. Bat? ed that he was anxious to form a state commit'??' in New J? rsey. Hi ?aid he i<J| Intarritwtd Governor r an.I requested him to appoint a commit* Beeaati of the large German popula? tion of WOW Jersey, already nctive in securing <: man?, it is in?' I" ' a.'*!.iii Governor r will tak>. ? - ?oaa. .. ? .'??.?.'??' ? ?.<:? .???ri. H<? boktn and other eitiea in .N?iv Jersey Geraun relief movement. I ir?i Ships I.?lading. The first ship" of the co-nmi Ieavir I be the Maski nonge and tiie St. Kentigren, which aie i r ? tla* -tors in .-'nor i Railr then I he .ill! total of their cargoes is valued . iips are ?XptetSsi to sail on '.'?[?"Ctively. There i <,< I'm OB l quantity of small shipments converging on the ships from various ceutr??j. One barrel ?r was started frohx Sandusky, three boxes of food aril tloth? I ing from Edgemore, Del.; ?even boxes 1 of sho?? from Vinton, Iowa; one car? load of flour from Davenport, Iowa, and a carload of canne?! goods, flour, bean?, groceries ami clothing from Kokomo, Ind. ?ributions from the state* of and OregOB? valued at Bill he carried in a ?hip as ?? | commission known a* the Wn.-I :? . Cadets of the Manlius School, Man ? Y , have pledged themselves to contribute a penny a day d school year, and have begun ein ? of the preparatory r-eho is ami college- In the United Stat? other penny-a-day club?. 1 thousand bar have been sent to Europe by I ? Michael's and the Grace Baptist churches of Netcong and the Met;. na! and Prrshyt? nan ? Stanhope, N. J. The bandage* m the parlors of the Irt.rlaken Club. Skating for the war victims is the or? der of the day to-day. I e?; of the Committee of Mercy Brokaw and other famous - will give an exhibition of fancy skating this morning at the St. Nich? olas Rink. The Dollar Chriftl i for Btlgil . reached a total of %2i>.2"'o. i early in 191S. .*. polHrrV place, a dupli n miniature of trie real -polling places, Will be established in the bas?? ment of the achool, and here the 300 people who take part in the Social Centre activities arc to vote on candi? dates, for their governing body. Ball to Aid East Side'? Poor. A reception and ball, the proceed? of whieh will be used to help n??dy families on the East Side, will be given Sunday night by the Progre*? A ?ociatiot at Progre??? Casino, 2S and I A The managers of the ?f f?air are Morris Cohen, Benjamin Schumer and Herman Fink? a? Gattan Hartman, the new jus' , th?' Municipal Court, is expected to be present, and several city official* have received invitation?. Tickets fei mca ' and women will be 20 and IS cent?. '