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20 Teds Salt Ike Pbibtote: Sunday Morotntg, Makch 13, 1904. , I
I 'Who hno been In DewoyvMo the Inst win
ter, Is down to fiottlo up n few business af
fairs find to visit old friends. Ho -will re
turn to Dewcyvlllu In a few days.
E. S, Corbtn of tho firm of Baxter &
Corbln, eye specialists of Salt Lake, was
hero Saturday, Sunday and Monday, but
I roported very little business dono hero. Ho
left here for Santaquln.
E. W. Frlsby of Eureka wan In Parson
"Wednesday, en rout to Ncphl.
l M. A. Coombs returned home Wednes
day from his mission In England., on ac
count of slcknees.
I Charles Hansen wont up to Euroka
Wednesday to enter tho mines.
J. C. Morgan went up to Eureka Thurs
day, whero he expected to tako a position
in the Oxford cafe.
B. N. Pulvcr went up to Eureka Fri
day evening Tor n day or two.
Truman Pickering went up to Eureka
Wednesday cvenlnir, whero ho has om
i ploymont In tho mines.
Edward Simmons was down from Mam
1 month looking aver tho property he ha3
recently purchased here. He will movo
his family down soon from the mining dis
trict and make his home In Payson.
Calvin Simmons and family havo made
all preparations to leave ns soon as tho
weather will permit for tho Bear River
district in northern Utah.
Mrs. Herbert Strong, who has been very
fll with heart trouble for a few weeks. Is
much Improved, but is still suffering
somewhat from rheumatism.
Bernard Done and George Amos played
trombono and clarinet, respectively, with
I the orchestras In Mammoth Wednesday
night and Eureka Thursday night.
I Mrs. J. S. Page. Jr., has returned from
Bait Lake, where sho sojourned several
days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sneil spent last Sun
day in Spanish Fork, tho guest of Mr.
John Edwards, representing the Z. C.
M. I. of Snlt Lalco, Is talking business to
) our merchants today
A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr.
I and Mrs. Edson McBeth Tuesday evening.
i The marrlago of Miss Mamie Douglass
of this city and Mr. William Wlrthlin of
Eureka is announced for April Cth next,
i Thoy aro both well known and popular
young people here, and havo a host of
friends who wish them well.
I John Patrick of tho Z. C. M. I. of Snlt
I Lake Is representing hln house here today,
' Jerry Hnncock of Salt Lake was In Pay
' eon Tuesday In the Interests of the Hnn
I cock Bros., Produce company of Salt
7.. S. Taylor of Salem wa3 In town Tues
day. Countv Commissioner John H. Dixon
was In Provn Monday, meeting with tho
Board of Commissioners.
A married peoples danco was given at
tho pavilion Friday night and was well
The first dancing excursion of tho sea
eon from' Tlnllc district will be run next
Tuesday. March 15th, by the Payson silver
Band Pavilion company to Payson, whero
a grand ball will bo given In tho pavilion
at night. Theoo excursions have always
attracted a large crowd from that dis
trict horotofore, and this being the first
one of tho season a big crowd Is expeotcd.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, March 12. Monday evening, at
tho Palace, occurred tho ball given In
honor of Mr. Stoncy, which was a largo
anJ delightful success. The hall was pret
tily decorated for the occasion and the
music -was furnished by Thatcher's and j
Jcppeson's orchestras. Over 200 guests
were present to oxtend their sympathy to
Mr. Stoney, tho affair being a benefit In
Miss Evelyn Moench entertained at a
prettily appointed luncheon Saturday at
tho A, C. college. Covers wcro laid for
the following: Profs. Caino. Upham, An
derson and Stuttcrd, and Misses Bowman,
Calne and Moore.
The members of the First ward gave a
very pltssant party Thursday afternoon
and evening In the way of a ward reunion.
Tho aftalr was given at tho gymnasium
building of tho B. Y. college, this being a
larger and more npproprlato place for
dancing than tho meetlng-houso. Tho
party was undoubtedly the most delightful
tho ward has yet given. From 3:30 to 5
o'clock a splendid programmo was given
in the assembly room at tho college, and
from 5 to8 o'clock p. m. a delicious supper
was served In tho gymnasium room, from
tables prettily decornted extending tho
cntlro length of tho room. Tho hall was
then cleared and games nnd dancing fin
ished tho pleasant festivities of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frrd Madison are enter
taining Mrs. Madison's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Napln of the East.
Mrs. E. W. Robinson wa3 the hostess on
Friday evening of a most charming and
delightful private masquerado ball. Th
pretty homo was tastefully decorated and
many very beautiful costumes were worn.
A delicious luncheon was served and tho
party will long be remombcred by thoso
The ladles of tho Presbyterian church
gavo on Wednesday a most delightful
muslcalo and social at tho church, to
which a large number of guests wcro In
vited. After hearing a" splendid programmo
the guests enjoyed a delicious supper,
which was served by a number of charm
ing young ladles.
Mrs. George Champ spent tho early part
of tho week with Salt Lako .friends.
Miss Ityc Tuckflold of Salt Lako Is tho
guest of Miss Fannlo and Ardcll Crockott.
Mr. and Mrs. Nnylor entertained Infor
mally at pit Tuesday evening at tho
Mrs. T. E. McGraw will spend tho com
ing month at Provo visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lamoreaux loft for
Salt Lako during the week, where they
anticipate remaining for several months,
A very pleasant progrcsslvo pit party
was given Saturday evening at the hone
of Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Engle by tho Misses
Fisher. Tho homo wan decorated with cut
flowers and evergreens, and the guests on
Joying tho party wore Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Keclor, Dr. nnd Mrs. Goodrich, Misses
Raymond, Stovor. Kylo, Jensen, Rayan,
Reed, West, Chamborlaln nnd Evntts;
S-ofs. Bexell. Wilson and Stuttord. and
essrs. 1. L, Erangham and N. R. Moore.
Tho Agricultural Collego Woman's club
mot on Monday with Mrs. Georgo Champ.
"Renaissance Sculpturo In Germuny, tho
Netherlands, Spain and England" was tho
tbplc of tho day. Mrs. Ostlcn was leader
and most pleasingly discussed the subject.
Dr. Gowans returned homo Wednesday
from a pleasant visit with Salt Lako
Mr. G. Champ left for his homo In tho
East, Monday, nftcr a throo months' visit
with his son, Georgo Champ of this city.
C. A. Qulgloy of Snlt Lako wa3 tho
guest of T. W. Naylor during the week.
Vlck Wells of Salt Lake has been a.
visitor at Logan tho past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrill, who spont tho
week visiting at Logan, return to their
homo In tho city Sunday.
A. L, Lovcy of Salt Lako spent Friday
and Saturday at Logan.
Tho Beacon Light mot Tuesday after
noon at tho B. Y. college.
Mr. Mackintosh returned to Salt Lako
after a lengthy visit in Logan.
Mrs. R. C. Campboll entertained at an
Informal 4 o'clock ten on Monday and Sat
Will Bcatle of Salt Lako spent tho past
week at Logan.
Mr. ClufT spent tho lattor part of tho
wepk at Logan.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD. March 12.-A. F. Borg la
In Castlo Gate.
Androw Nielsen of Elslnoro Is In Ne
vada. Samuel Moeklm of Annabella Is homo
John Winn of Monroo Is In Novada.
Wllford Gottfrcdson of Vormllllon Is In
Alvln Johnson of Glenwood Is In Ne
vada, Miss Dora Olson has returned to her
homo In Sallna from an extended visit In
this city. '
Otto Frandscn of Elslnoro Is In Nevada.
Carl Spraguo of Monroe 13 In Nevada.
William Murray has gono homo to Lo
gan. John NIclBen of Elslnoro Is In Castle
E. A- Jorgonsen has returned to tho Big
Horn country in Wyoming from a visit
in this olty with hl3 slater, Mrs. Arthur
Lelth Morrison has gono to Castlo Gate.
Leon Nielsen of Elslnoro la In Castlo
Dr. P. A. H. Franklin Hpont the last of
tho week at hia homo In Franklin.
Charles Anderson of Elslnoro la In Cas
Walter Baker Is In Gunnison.
Peter Frnnck of Elslnoro Is In Castlo
Mrs. Joseph H. Thurbcr has Joined her
husband at Callontes.
Frank Staplc3 of Elslnoro 13 at Castlo
A local company played "Held by tho
Enemy" at tho Richfield opera-houso last
Charles Nielsen Is in Castlo Gate.
William H. Scegmlller has roturncd to
Richfield after several months' sojourn
In St. George.
Sonlus Nielsen Is In Seattle.
Manuel Nielsen Is In Castlo Gato.
Jr. F. Murray of tho Franklin mining
syndlcato la In Richfield.
Mrs. John R. Pouleon has Jolnod her
husband In Castlo Goto.
Leo Bcal Is at Castlo Gate.
Theodore Nielsen Is In Seattle
Mr. and Mrs. Orson Keeler are homo
from a fortnight's visit In Zlon.
Clydo Farnsworth has gono to Castlo
Isaac Stewart Is In Castle Gato.
A. H. Garry of Denver spent several
days of tho past week In this city. It la
probable that ho will lcaso tho new Ar
August Larsen is In Castlo Gate.
C. L. Chrlstcnscn of Montlcello recently
visited his niece In Richfield, Mrs. Peter
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, March 12. Mrs. James P.
Driscoll and her mother, Mra. Hugo De
prczln, were tho guests of Salt Lako
frlenda tho greater part of tho week.
MJss Mattlo Ingoldsby, ono of tho teach
ers In the Eureka publlo school, was
called to her homo In Battlo Creek, Neb.,
this week by tho sorious Illness of her
mother, A wlro from tho young lady to
Secretary Stack of tho school board states
that her mother Is much better and that
Miss Ingoldsby will bo ablo to return In
a fow davs.
I Waltor Jonscn returned tho first of tho
; 11 The War's Effect on Parisian fashions f
IT-? T 'fTVT V TVTVTVT'I I Vi l"Y" T -T 1 I
W-ARIS, Feb. 27. The war which
BLJr Is playing such havoc among
1 B" tw Srea nations of the earth
is also making Itself felt In the
Parisian modlstlc world. Rus
llan women have long been counted
with the Amorlcnlne mondalnes the
best patrons of the exclusive ateliers of
the Rue de la Palx. Naturally the
present unsettled condition of things In
he land of the czar, together with the
general "slump" In financial circles, will
pave their effect upon the purchasing
ff , the spring frills and fripperies of
fashion. The Idea Is not to be con
rcyed that even patriotic femininity
(vlll make frumps of themselves this
iprlng; far from It, as the average,
normal woman will forego any luxury
more resignedly than a dearth of pretty
clothes. It's a singular fact that dur
ing the most depressing and strenuous
times women have always managed to
satisfy their little vanities. If one
could only preach-the gospel of olothes
Instead of wrltinr fashion letters what
a perfect text would be that of "By
your clothes shall ye be known" and
recognized. But nermons are never
listened to outside of church; go, on the
whole, it were better that this threat
ened homily should turn out a modlstlc
song of cheer for the woman who,
though comparatively poor as the
word la now understood, murt be well
dressed in these extravagant times.
When one comes to analyze It, it Is
really wonderful what a little thinking
will do to help out a small dress al
lowance. Smart dressing Is only to bo
accomplished nowadays by using one'B
brains to the best possible advantage.
A pretty taste In color or materials, a
knack of wearing one's things well, will
go a long ways toward success, though
It does not cover the whole ground.
Even the strongest minded of woman
kind admit today that it Is not the wo
man who Is "too foolish and frivolous
and scatter brained for anything but
fashions" who Is a success sartorlally.
Harmonious dressing where the time
and place are always taken Into con
sideration Is actual hard work. An ec
onomical woman whose motto Is "Judi
cious variety through an Individual
tone system" will manage to make a
very little go a long way.
The prevalence of brown as a popular
spring nuance Is established beyond a
H EAELY SPRING FRENCH COSTUMES.
doubt, and this color, carried out In
one's spring costumes In all Its differ
ent shadings Into the becoming tones
of ecru and cream, will prove a boon to
tho searcher after "Judicious variety."
There Is, by the way, no color whloh
requires more careful selection than
week from Rlchflold and roporto Mrs.
Jensen much improved In health.
F. D. Kimball, local manager for Mo
Cornlck & Co., returned the last of tho
week from an Eastorn trip.
Rev. Fathor O'Donohuo of tho Catholic
church visited friends at Salt Lako and
Park City on Wcdnenday and Thursday.
Dr. G. J. Field was In Ncphl last
Wednesday. During hla absence his prac
tlco was attonded to by Dr. McChrystal
of Salt Lake. I
Mrs. Dora Kohl returned to her home at '
Pocatello, Ida., Friday after a oojourn
with Eureka frlend3.
W. H. Moollcr was In Salt Laka City
this week, returning homo Thursday
J. C. Sullivan returned homo Thursday
morning from Salt Lake.
Mrs. Anna Marks was a Salt Lako visit
or this week.
Tho Knights and Children of Mary of
tho St. Patrick church will glvo a concert
at the Odd Fellows hall on tho evening
of March 10th. A splendid programme Is
Tho Knights of Robert Emmett will
conduct a danco at tho Odd FellowB' hall
on tho ovoning of St. Patrick's day,
Dr. J. W. Dryborough has gono to Den
ver, Colo., to remain until about the 1st
Tho local lodgo of Elks will give a min
strel show at tho hall here on the 21st and
222nd of this month. Tho lodgo Is now
making cxtensivo preparations for tho
event, which promises to ecllpso anything
of tho kind ever witnessed In the dls-trlct-
J. H. Loomls was In town this week
from Bingham Junction.
Jamca Aylward wno a Salt Lake visitor
Mrs, Mary Laux was out from Salt Lako
tho early part of the week visiting friends.
Dick Chope, formerly foreman of tho
Bullion-Beck mine, has gono to Gold
Mountain, Utah, to accept tho foreman
ohip of tho Annio Laurie mine.
John T. Harrington left tho early part
of tho week for Butte, Mont., whero ho
expects to remain for somo time.
Attorney Sam A. King of Provo trans
acted business In Eureka Thursday and
Friday of this week.
Special to Tho Tribune.
COALVILLE, March 11. Mrs. W. W.
ClufC went to Salt Lalco Tuesday on a
John Jones moved his family to Echo
A series of parties is bolng given this
week by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans and
; term, never take kindly to brown, and
the reason Is not hard to trace, for
this color, unless treated with distinc
tion, Is apt to appear dowdy. We may
thank our modlstlc star that It Is so,
for in this day of cheap dress pla
giarism it la comforting to feel that a
numbor of distressing caricatures will
not abound. Gray combined with
brown of a rich, somber tone Is a spring
combination particularly chic, tho suc
cess of this contraat depending upon
tho undisturbed study of tones.
If it wore not for the assurance of a
plethora of Easter weddings tho modls
tlc world would die of ennui during
these Lenten days. The planning for
these auspicious occasions Is now keep
ing the great establishments very busy,
for Easter week will see a number of
There are many new and sensible
Ideas In trousseau buying. No one
thinks of getting bridal outfits nowa
days to last for years, and If they d,Id
the result would be a dead failure. A
modem bride gets an outfit for Imme
diate wear. In dress wo live from hand
to mouth, and tho gowns of three,
months ago arc like the snows of yes
teryear. Wo spend the money these
days on quality rather than on quan
tity; consequently no bride of today
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Boydcn at tho Evans
home. Tho first party wna given Wednes
day ovoning, nnd was a very pleasant and
successful uftnlr. Six games of domlnos
wcro played and prizes awarded us fol- l
lows: Genu' first, set of silver mounted
military bruflhes, Carl Allison; lndy'H first,
a beautiful cut-glass pitcher, Miss Mattlc
Caffcry; consolation, battenberg center
piece, Mrs. Pawlna; silver Ink well, Wil
liam Salmon; booby, miniature shovol, C.
R. Jones; hoe. Mrs, M. F. Nnylln. The
scoro cards woro beautiful mount, and
everything connected with tho party was
first class. Refreshments consisting of
hot rolls, cold meats, snladn, pickles, Ice
cream, cako and cofTco were served. Tho
Invited guests wcro as follows: Messrs.
and Mesdames Henry Evans. Alma E1
dredge, W. W. Cluft, T. J. Lewis, John
Callls, J. E. Wilde. R. F. Northcott, John
Pawlas, L. E. Eldrcdge, C. R. Jones, G.
F. Olson. A. D. Whoadon, O. W. French,
Carl Allison. W. G. Fishes. J. A. Smith,
W. M. Boydon, M. F. Naylln. Will Sal
mon. Lonodalo Allen; the Misses Rica
Brown. Annlo Carruth, Mattlo Caftrey,
Amy Boydcn, Agnes Farnsworth. Agnes
Tusty, Nellie Rhoadcs, Mr. J. H. Wilde.
' Alex. Walker returned from a visit to
i Salt Lake Tuesday.
Mrs. Jano Ulllthorn has been on tho
Blck list this week.
James Johnston wont to Salt Lake last
Thursday on business.
Miss Rica Brown of Ogden was visiting
frlcndo horo this week.
Several prominent Union Pacific offi
cials wont over the branch Tuesday.
M. L. Ball returned homo Monday from
a business trip to Pnrk City.
E. IT. Rhcad was doing com surveying
up Chalk creek this week.
Gen. W. H. Kimball Is slowly recover
ing from a severe sick spelL
Mrs. Sarah Allgood was down from Park
City this week on a visit.
A. D. Knowlton camo out from Salt
Lako Wednesday on business.
Engineer C. F. Kolsey was out from
Salt Lako Monday on business.
Mrs. Margaret Hlxson of Wanohlp was
hero on business Saturday.
W. S. Johnson went to Salt Lako and
American Fork Sunday on business.
Alt Blondqulst roturncd home this week
from hl3 sheepherds In Wyoming.
David Neft of Hoytsvlllo was transact
ing' business In Rock Springs during tho
County Attorney Callls was transacting
business in Salt Lake tho first of the
John Clayton and W. H. Shaw moved
their families down from Grass Creek
James Vincent of Evanston was hero
this week visiting hia daughter, Mrs.
William Robinson haB been qulto s!ck
for several days, but Is now Improving.
Tho ladles of tho Coalvlllo Relief society
will celebrate tholr annual on Thursday
next, March 17th. Lunch will be served
In their hall at 1 o'clock. An excellent
and appropriate programme has been ar-
has an immense numoer of dresses.
She Is content with her wedding gown,
a going away dress, with dainty wrap
and hat to match; four e'cnlng frocks,
one black, one soft silk of some kind
and a laco and tulle ball creation. Of
course all these gowns are necessary
only for the society butterfly. A wise
selection of shoes, gloves and chapeaux
and a dozen of each article of under
wear and a half dozen of sorted pet
ticoats will about complotc the list.
Not many years ago there were but
two materials considered sultablo for
the wedding gown silk and satin; but
now the more gossamer the wedding
frock the more fashionable. If a silk or
satin be chosen It must be of the hand
somest quality, but a lace robe Is much
more attractive, while one of chiffon or
liberty gauze 13 dalntleBt of all. When
ADVANCE EASTER PARISIAN COSTUMES.
brown; a scintillation. too dark or light,
too red or yellow, and It becomes at
once Just the "little less and what
worlds away." And the saddest thing
Is that there are no golden rules to be
laid down as a guide for choosing
brown shades; therefore one must work
out one's own salvation, reserving al
ways the privilege of keeping the
throat and face lightened by a touch of
laco or a suspicion of a contrast. The
great "unsmart," if one may coin a
the two last named fabrics are made
either tucked or shirred they are fas
cinating, and very little trimming is
required. When expense Is an Impor
tant Item India silk in an ivory tint
may be employed with charming effect.
Sea foam taffeta as a foundation for
some of the less extravagant voiles and
veilings makes cheap and charming
wedding frocks. Perhaps the best liked
material Is crepe de chine, as it lo sug
gestive of the most artistic possibilities.
ranged and will bo rendered n,.'l.t?J15
after lunch In the same building. All in-
terested In rellof society work, cs Pearly
the old people, havo been Invited. A lino (
tlmo Is promised everybody. .
Lon Brim of Center Creek, Wasatch ; JM
country, was here several days this week jH
visiting his many friends nnd acquaint- ,
John Shaw and Axcllc Blondqulat were m.
passengers to Salt Lako Wednesday. Hf t
County Clerk P. IT. Ncoloy hao been , MB1
qulto sick during the past fow days. H 6
John F. Salmon and family, James and
Alex Walkor, Wllford Slmlster and two
Walker boys will leavo In a fow lays for
Raymond, Canada, to make their future
home. , El
Tho S. B. L. club will cercbrnto Its sev- I mm
enth anniversary on Monday night at tne Jm
homo of Mrs. John Pawlas
Origin of Witticism.
That history ropeats Itself was brought
out In tho Senate debate on breeding ota
tlons, when Senator Bailey (Dcm.. Tex.)
alluded to Speaker Reed's bon mot at the7
expenso of Judge Holman of Indiana, "tho jH
watch dog of tho troasury." Mr. Bailey jl
said that the wittiest and bitterest thing
Reed ever said was tho remark when an
appropriation that camo very near to Hoi-
man's home was up nnd the old Jutlgo jH
was remarkably silent about It. Reed
said: "The watch dog never barks at
home folks." )
"That was said," interrupted Senator IH
Hoar. "In 1S69 or 1870, when I first camo tm
Into tho House." , , . IH
Mr. Bftlloy was suro the remark had jH
been made later, whllo ho himself was a
member of tho House, which was many
years after Mr. Hoar went over to tno
Senate Tho Texas Senator appealed to
Senator Lodge, who was a member of tho jM
nouso at tho tlmo. Lodgo nodded hia head "H
to confirm Bailey's story. I IH
Then Senator Hoar arose and paid the
witticism originated when E. B. W ash-
burn was a member of the House. He, IH
too, was a "watch dog." cH had not ob- jH
Jcctcd to a bill parsed by his brother. jH
Cadwallador. who wns a member nt tho BH
same tlmo from Wisconsin. "Someone, HH
said Mr. Hoar, "asked the Speaker (Jnrnca tm
G. Blaine) If tho Rcprodcntallve from 1111
nols had objected. 'No.' said Mr. Blaine, i
'tho watch dog docs not bark when ono i w
of the family passes by ' "Washington v ftH
Correspondent of Philadelphia Publlo
Bog's Hair Bents Bite. VM
Former Mayor Cooper B. Hatch of
Camden met with a peculiar accident on jH
Monday last that resulted In tho tearing
loose of all tho tendons of the mlddlo fin
gor of tho left hand, and It will ncccssl- ,
tato skilful treatment that ho may re- 1 jH
cover the full uso of tho Injured member.
Tho ox-Mayor owns a handsome colllo
that Is a household pet, as well as a ter- jH
ror to prowlers. Mr. Hatch was playing
with tho dog In the houao and had the IH
mlddlo finger of his left hand wrapped IH
around the hair of the animal's back. 1 ho
shadow of a beggar was silhouetted
against the wall, and the dog made a fly
ing leap toward the window. Tho canlno
Jumped without warning, nnd as the fin-
gcr was wrapped tightly In the hair, tho y El
force of the leap tore tho tendons In a '
frightful manner. The finger Is now In
splints, and It will be several weeks before
theso can be removed. Newark News.
ihn long, unbroken line of llio prln- 1 IHj
coss mode make It a favorite tor heavy
satin, and, fortunately for the design, Hl
the front of the new bodice In lots sc-
vere than formerly. Laco Is draped :n VH
surplice folds or arranged In short bo- -J M
lcro form, while folds of the imi:rrl.l yj
are sometimes used to soften the out )
lines. An elegant gown is In the hunda )
of Worth which will add grace to va,. f
charming little Parisian bride on her
wedding day. It Is a robe of white Mb- lffl
erty silk trimmed with priceless point
d'angletcrre. Over a foundation of PH
fluffy silk arc two flounces of tho laco,
above which Is n sun ray pointed jupc
edged with lace. A bertha of the rt'an- ftK
gleterre finishes the gathered, pointed JB
yoke on the waist, which Is headed by a il
bias band of the silk. The short, puffed fjl
sleeves 'end In a full of lace. Orange '1
flowers hold the rcul lace veil and fas
ten the crushed silk girdle, while a IP
small spray ornaments the corsaga.
The going away gown la of pastel blue . VM
drap de sole trimmed on the bodice (
with venlse luce, over which yoke m- IEJ
pleccment are lines of blucl: velvet vtb- IHI
bon caught with gold cabochona.
Tho bridesmaids' dresses will be vary
pretty. They arc of white gauze over jH
white silk, made with deep collars
edged with a tiny band of brown os- 11
trlch feathers. The wide, folded saah-
es with long ends are of turquoise blue lH
satin, against which the shower bou-
quets of pink roses will show up well.
The picture hats aro formed of rosu
leaves trimmed with plumes shading
from blue to green, wound with twist- Vj
cd folds of blue chiffon. A quaint old
custom is to be a feature of this cere- Hfl
mony. and that Is the distributing to
the guests In the church of "favors" by
the six pretty attendant maidens while HPI
the register is being signed In the ves-
These favors will be roses, as the '
symbolic meaning of this queen of IB
flowers is love. The bunch will Include IHB
a half blown rose, which Is the symbol IEfl
of the beginning of love, and a full
blown one, which speaks of the per- IBf!
fumed sweetness and uncqualed beauty Kg
of happy passion. A sprig of myrtle 1b
to be added as emblematic of the ovor
green nature that ought to distinguish
wedded love, and a piece of white H
heather, the symbol of good luck.
Fashion Is smiling upon this protty
custom, and It 11113 up tho tedious quar-
ter of an hour while the couple and
their nearest friends aro In the vestry,
at the same time giving the whole brld-
al party a feeling of participation In
the celebration. Small boy pages at- Il
tired In dress of the Stuart period are
very popular additions to the smart
There la still quite a feeling for the
Japanese style of dre3s, and one of the
new tailor mades is of navy bluo serge,
the Bkirt braided around the hips with jH
a fine black Russian cord to slmulato
a yoke. The klmono-llke blouse Is made
of chine sash ribbon In bluo and gray IHH
tints Joined together with Inch wide i H9
black satin ribbon. Over this is worn
a braided blue cloth Jacket fashioned IH
after the Turkish velvet embroidered
ones worn some years ago, which mere
ly reached the waist line and were cut
up Jauntily several Inches at tho side
seams. A finish is given the coat by
means of motifs worked In blue and Bl
emerald green silk at the neck, at tho IHJ
center of tho waist, at the back and at Hfl
the lower edges of the fronts. The up- HEM
per part of the cloth sleeve Is slashed
up to show a loose one of silk which Hi
meets a long braided cufT. If the coun- i WfR
tries whose Influences are so well bal- ' HuU7
anced in this gown could adjust them- Kl (
selves as amicably the present trouble BlrCV
In the east would be soon settled. Rc&
CATHERINE TALBOT. RhE