^ 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.
R THE COMING YEA
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was an ? pals
.- r*nelinri| believes that bj
? the itandard ef ? n? in
>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 ?
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 ' ?
rved under Dall
? maker ..i .1
; . :.':ce. !'..
\ Caf? de Parir?, A
Hotel, .i' I." i
,'? Hotel, m N? ??? "
finally tl ? Mi \\\ n,
whirr- he ,'i" ?' OVCI
I ?mil Combiaatloai Carrfullj sVorked
He has woi
exhibition . ai .1 last
th?' in ' j
? ellous Mit'.-ii- ?...
-1 .!.. not
rock ?," i, , M Pi ?..? ..: ? "||
p hi? !
? I, that a.!
, ?r the
I I ? ?.,
i Vero of
? < ' Inrd
i made 1
? rar. They
best - ? n< ant.uhl
r ? ,
' ' ?
iront in tlio
: ? I "Il
e went oi
un m n the menu
i diner must feel a pleasant
i each coui -?. b
In ?a 1er?, ar.-?>i ?1
fashmi - p ible.
Steak? \re Women's Latest Pood Fad.
?. accused o
c'air?. ? men.
? ? o ari'l
?.o me i
Paupiette c/e Sole- ??'??'
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
''. ? 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
;? 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
,:,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?
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.
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.
Kat more than merely the director j
and teaehei of these ?iris, she is their'
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
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
f.'R ill It t IQI I l-AUIS r.lFT!? ?V AltriSTK
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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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