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^ CULINARY FASHIONS K
AS IMPORTANT AS PARIS OPENINGS ARE TO DRESSMAKERS A^E THE
SESSIONS OF THE SOCIETE CULINAIRE PHILANTHROPIQUE, FOR
WHICH EVERY NOTED CHEF IN NEW YORK WORKS FOR WEEKS
TO ASTONISH COOKS WITH HIS FOOD-CREATING GENIUS.
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r-ntaurant? t'n?
>klng '"" r?l?ed
"Bj makin? ?ooliinj*; a icientin.' ;??'
the home learn? to plan
u ly, to be an econom?
ical bu ? rt leftoi ei ?
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Panchard speaka a? on?*- having
: well ho maj, foi few
mrn o? I age have had greatei ea
Horn in Paris, ho ?aj?
in turn : i London and Austria tu be
?i tarn? .1 to ran? to
French college. Tin ' ?
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Hotel, .i' I." i
,'? Hotel, m N? ??? "
finally tl ? Mi \\\ n,
whirr- he ,'i" ?' OVCI
kitchens,
I ?mil Combiaatloai Carrfullj sVorked
(tut.
He has woi
exhibition . ai .1 last
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i diner must feel a pleasant
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Steak? \re Women's Latest Pood Fad.
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c'air?. ? men.
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Paupiette c/e Sole- ??'??'
George sand
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EDOUARD
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CHEF HOTEL
w Alpin
MIGNARDISE MOSCOVITIS
de l'Op?ra, going from there to ervi t firms took par! Arnoni
?"?'''" '' " :'' '?'" Cnni HoteI' '**? ich'thi displays was en
Monte carl?,. The summers of those year. inusual and wonderful
are fewei . ??ml garnishing?, pa
i""u,r ?d com- t, ? candies, eordials, ?auc?
;' ,:,""': ???*? '"' ' ting food con
??.i on i"- ?pent si the Stephanie,
en, and at the N
II??', Wiesbaden.
''. ? look? -I ing food com
He was then called to Fai of ? ? i
the Rits-Carlton, then bad , deToUd ,? .hr nfW.
Carlo, then again to Paris. In 1903 he binati. . i wine ' e?t cool : anees and utensils,
came to America to open the ?St Rei that . exhibitions of cooking and earv
Hotel, and presided over it? kitchen i , t there'ing which ?ill be not only interesting
for eiphi year?. Ha next opened the , , ..... . V(?
P. IOWA REHEARSES. THEN TALES OH HER
A Peep Behind the Scenes Shows an Artist Who Gives
Freely to the Most ?Halting of Coryphees and
Mothers Her Troupe.
Bv DORIS K. M.lilS? HMAN. that diffli ill ta rl, ? ballet doei il lets, and particularly
?j--?v AVI.OWA dances. It is a re- intricate tableau
I" earaal of her new ballet "Ray- ??nipeal
monde." Surrounded by chat- anapa bei finger?. "One,
. coryphees, hand on hip. head to f?'-*r-" marki I me ?
? .ir in a pose of anticipation, she mil? rcauae it
work* out a terpsichorean problem. ' 'I'?1
She hnu succeeded. The group part *
Borr?n ihr Ba-i-? of Hu**ian Art.
"Thi Itu - an ?rt all is based on the
arises from sorrow.
? so human
? an than the German, liner
"The Hardest Working Woman." Celtic, and closer to the Eng?
S ?ten? forth, lead.rig a tall K rl *
nmering blue classic dri
Iowa :? ? el .......
? exalte.1 than tue
?m.re of the peasant.
and the kinc
it hope
;? hows tjiat they hope
Bul hete -.'ne was
1 ?oft accomi
K i ' in t?te i, ? '\er and over the
rork, Pav awa mapping her ilen
(Irr fingers, tOMing her head, forcing '""':
. ,,.,-. again
into the figure the .pint which make, , |( m fnm whtn |h# ,a._ ,n an
dancing. And when the eory- ng, helping, d he ? ? again the divine
ph?? Bi appto? :r.jr pat on the to her interviewer for a bi fat. H those who
shoulder rewards the radiant girl. manager hu the finale was arroaf,
and she kissed her hand to the con
! rehearsal, when the music is a bit ,"""t" for repetition of the
uncertain, when the lights ?re blatant, rug ov< I phrase. And the rehearsal was over.
... ,. , She eame and sat do? n
tne vs ton nest ra and lou
? t.
,:,U" '" chilling In the ; to < ?>ptiUr ..^^ |rul> Amcriran
unreaponsive muatiness, the joy of ?ml her ?
., , MW ? ' ' ? .if our modern
Pavl?waa dancing 1. a. .ppareat aa ?Oh. yes, I I of her. curioui
. -he dancrs to crew-Jed audi ye? lg ???. ! (,rnong
the hallet, the now to m5 work. All art require? that. c!a.??ic danei ent to ap
? tar, and thi ?eotl? con- I teach. I ' She had bwa aake?J, ah?
, . , ,., a. ' dsrdi/." these dance?.
oft rchestra. The final t??ir! and rehearse, aid ' and I , ... ,. i? ,,? . , ..-?,
? d. ?hey are
lent a th the final ehord mut r?*-;ul " ? ? ?ljr. at,.
,ii- of the inuaita! (.:.-i.re ist; and paint? ... ire Ai ri*?an where
? . t head ai the i both of which ai :"'>' ?
'.?ur hMr?," orde.? Mr . , ,,
i. when the fur
''"' ' ?*?' ??*? " I eign reded uut.
?ui ?i? beat. Uwr aid o\ii loes aot I r... ?;.?. exaggerative?I
Delmonico Salmon, froid-Poiucarl
Gardening; Clubs in Garden Spots
IN some of the larger country places, ' range the programme. Afternoon t??a# The following programme for th.i
notably in Lenox an?l Stockbridge, was serv?ld. From each meeting the i year ha? been adop*?<l by the club:
flourishing garden clubs have been ;-u"s?s went away with fresh gardening ..T!l0 Sunny Head
,l. These club? sre easily irles?, and the stimulus of contact with mtttinfl ( ....
organized in any country v.ilnge, how- those of like interests. After *omc , , ,
month a' ;., or.
evei There are flower lovcrsi every- months a slight organisation wa? made,
. i ? a ... . , , , . ?, i *'"? developes - ? ?f ,ilr.
??her- find inspiration in as- with the onpina-cr of the garden club
...... life, Februar .. ,, v . r,<
si-niblin,: for consultanon and the ex- as president. A secretary was appoint
bang, of experience?. ,d and a ?mall membership foe M- deBt "i,Plt- Mar*'; **"? ?
A garden club lias beer? in existence |eM#d "*'r* t0 l,c MMtuiead. Apr
(? en Meadow?, a village in North- ? < commercial and raediciaal .
crn Connecticut, for two years. It is l lub v'*?"ted Peony t.ardens. plan's ami lowers. Va; Friend.? ar.4
planned on retry simple lines, and the !oc* of the i"ar'lrn? totorita tarn
member? find it hot!? profitable and V,hen PeoniC* worc in ful! bloom a totorlU garden. June Ro?ei and
Igrccsble. It began through the en- the club made an excursion to a village other June ?towers. ' . MM
husiasm of one experienced flower tw*BtJ" rtliIes *v'** w!ure "'on<ierful and cultivate,!. August Flower. ?'
worker, who asked others who loved P?*<*ny gardens were in perl?e'. u!o--uni. the field and marsh. September 1'r.
lower? and garden? to me-t one sum- Thii ton*in?? Junc the members have ir. Septimber. Oeteber Gii
iiei- afternoon. planned to go to Lluabeth Park, :"ern-; 'he aster ar.i .
They decided that meetings should Hartford, famed tlnoughout r**ke coun? Novemb? r?P
held moi thly at the homes of mem- I try for it? beautiful ami complete col- cold. Deci n eTerrr.-er-,
?era, and that the hostess should ai-lection of rose?. ?Christma- , .
YOU HAVE YOUR GRAVES
By LUCY REYNOLDS.
>' sister wept in my arms the long night through,
Oh! why should I lose my three, my all. and you
Have ever him whom you love, to love and keep,
And never child to regret in death's cold sleep?
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Oh. sister, hush little one, you have your graves.
Sweet sister be comforted; the grief that saves
Is grief for what tve have lost: but madness lies
In moan tor what never was. and tearless cries.
You had his love, all his love; your sweet babes, too
If only I could but weep?but not tor xou.
M
sr.i) the vulgarity. But they will be
good ??lien pcoble all know all the bet?
ter figure:?." She watched me to nee if
I under?toud, and ?miled appreciative?
ly at both.
"I like to dance for American?. They
are beginning to learn. Thev arejrrop
ing for an artist;?*, appreciation. One
can fe< ! that, and it i? pleasing to work
for them and give them the beat"
leked queetioningly at the little
- ".ho addressed her.
*'lf you will pardon me. The cos?
tume? I inu<t *4ee," and fhe -miled
and .4a? gone after a pressure of her i
live banda. Surrounded again, at
?ne flutterin?*; dancer?.
fing costura??! looking at their
letters ??hich had just come in. and.
while she wai mother,ng them, no
doubt .??*'. ieing a new ballet ?n her :
bii?y, happv mind.
l'a4lo4?a's '"Children."
Kat more than merely the director j
and teaehei of these ?iris, she is their'
r
mother, speaking of them as "her chil?
dren." They li\e with her. She -ees to
it that their other studies are not neg?
lected. She watches them; will not
allow- them to go to parties or go out
at night. Their street clothes are as
quiet and unexaggerated ?I her own
lire. Never do they wear silk ?lockings
on the f-'aeet, fur. besides being very
bad foi the feet, they are extravagant,
and children mu.?* be tsught not to be
improvident.
And most important is their W?!*k.
Bat that 'slic teaches them less bv
word than by exanmle. tor they cannot
fail to imitate the ardor with which
; he parauei het art all ?lav and e\?-rv
?lay. to the exclusion of every other
fleasure.
f.'R ill It t IQI I l-AUIS r.lFT!? ?V AltriSTK
-. - i| i- ,-. ?.| ??cir? rand wir.i'i Ma
A ( r?tl*J la-i-f.i,?.r ( halO, m'ti mir-rlarful
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? ? ??*? rani HinilH ri|?.n.? 1? or a a-ra>.i o? PwMt
. t..-n nur tirai P?rl?. a' ni.>.l<>r*.? ?
fir In a fa?.. T. - - '" "l ???
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