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THE NECK LINE THAT MAKES A DEEP V BOTH IN FRONT AND IN BACK IS THE -MOST BECOMING TO THE MAJORITY OF WOMEN FOR EVENING WEAR. THE GOWN ILLUSTRATED IS MADE OF PURPLE VEL VET. WITH A TUNIC OF EMBROIDERED CHIFFON OVER WHITE SATIN. THE TOP OF THE GIRDLE IS FINISHED WITH STEEL FRINGE. THE WAIST IS ?>F PALE PINK CHIFFON. | CONCERNING THE NECK LINE BY ANNE RITTENHOUSE. , 4*p? > .'i 4 '<r:t*s|..iaii?T. ? of Th. S>iar. NEW YORK, November If. 1913. There is a -ood deal of excitement con cerning the n.<-k line. Fremet began the work of revolution with the Japanese col lar tliat was so much in evidence on the gow .is of last spring. It was copied from t... kimono of tat- and consisted of a wi.'t hand that did not touch the neck at th? hark, which dropped down to the \va .'i front and looped a little over th?* liiqh belt. Aftei this-was well established, Cherult | bmuafht out a neck liri" that dipped down I in i ? '?ack in opposition to the prevalent fashion for tin neck to be cut as high .<? ih> liair in the back. 'H;t r. *as also a wide band outlining t> i k line, and to this she added a -a' : ? 'i frill of chiffon that fell to the ? . t *? in the back, ending at sides aii.l front. !:i the meantime F'aquin ?as standing -?:i.uhiy for her high Medici neck line w h: h .? as .almost a Mary Queen of ??l!a r .ts some women wore it. i. 'it v. ? bringing out his revival of the it ,-sance n ck line which exposed th? to; ? : hf shoulders as far as (he arms, (>:?' ? ut th- ehest or the back. Yo-. >? ? . there were many masters In ii > i*l. all tiutKing for different things i. a<! naturally t;:struggle confused w.than it helped them. Now tint the smolir of liattle has al :. ost ? ?!? art-.l nnt- c?:ii see that all the o'ipo.-.: 4 foi' es are in possession of the t. M at one- T!i|? h aves every woman i >1 ighifi ' position. She cari wear what -r:. < aoosts. what she thinks Is be *?< ? ? - Sh>- sh< '.il;i go slowly in adopt in--: ? trying lint- of the renaissance, !>?? se t i-i becoming t ?< only a few wo i i.of a hundred. There is an ef for ? i n. k it more attractive by -using *i ; i .;> h hand of fur to outline St. Tt -if .- a good-looking 'lark b'ue serue o' ma.de for evervday ..? v. has this kind of neck line . -,vst t tv.oaich hand of e>rn!m\ Th> no otht i ;oti< h of color on th< m \ i 1 > ? id> ? h this piece was added ?is aii a it- it tiought to make aii ugi\ line into so;...-thing Uetter. Capucine Hoods Again. There has always been a time in fash ion when t'nt- csi'U. :ne hood was used in sonu* riiai n. v. And nov- it is introduced on afternoon gowns bv a f< w women who like th- od 1 and individual toueh. (."beruit introduced i- This letter seems to be full < ht r. by th'- way, but she rea -v did >o n- " ' clevt r things this au tumt: that she ?b-serves much eommend ill.'** -ossip. \YI: tt.-ver th. tf-nstin fer its appear nee, and I suppose it wa- a winttr ver sion of the chiffon cape women wore at Deauville, in August,* It is a welcome ad dition to the bodices of the day. It would seem as though nothing else could be thought of to give more fullness across the shoulders and above the belt, and yet with ail the things we now wear we do not object to adding a hood. It is of velvet or chiffon, of fur or tulle edged with fur. and, by the way, the latter idea is exceedingly attractive and is good for the woman who wishes to bring into style tiie bodice of last year. In a certain trousseau there is a gown of sapphire blue panne velvet with a short skirt, cat a la Turque. with the open slashes at hip -finished with tassels of blue jet. The loose bodiee is of velvet H*ith a round capucine hood of blue chif | fon cloth edtfed with skunk. This falls | away from the neck and shows an inner bodice of white lace which is folded sur plice in front and drops loosely to a belt j of blue crystals. The sleeves, which are ; put into low armholes, follow the line of j the arms to the wrists, and are cut to i deep points over the hand. Tlit' hat that goes with this frock lias a Healthy Hair, Free From AD Dandruff j Parisian Sage Makes Dull, Unat tractive Hair Soft, Fluffy, Abundant and Radiant With Life. Unsightly, matted, scraggy hair i> a sign of neglect?of dandruff, the hair destroyer. Parisian Sage is a scientific j preparation, based on a thorough j knowledge of what is needed to cleanse the scalp and hair, keep-; ing them perfectly healthy, stop \ M"alp itch and falling hair, and make hair grow. It supplies hair I needs. Parisian Sa;:e is a tea-eolore?l liquid. ?!eli;-ately perfumed not sticky or jrreasy?t'jat comes in a tifty-evnt bott'e at Urujr*i?ts' and toilet counters, i Vways sold on money-back-lf-DOt-satisfied plan i by Jns. O'lfc.iiuell. I.ook for the "Girl with th ? | Auburn Hair" on tbe package. Get a bottle today?pour a little on a spong ? ! or cloth and rub liirhtly over the hair, taking a | small strand at a time?rub it into ill'- scalp Pnsto! the dandruff surely disapiieare; th- hair is free from dust and excessive oil ami Is doubly ? !??? lutifn! you are made comfortable. Trw it sow it will not only save your hair anl make It \ grow, tut give it that lneonmarable gloss aud I ! uatjr you deuirr. 'i t It s Recorded We Have It" w*???t?tg?ar I Why Not Select Your Victrola ? ? Now and Let Us Put It ?? ?T Aside Until Christmas. U n ?? a a Demonstration Booths?First Floor. Chickermg Bradbury Webster i'i.iv sand I MaycV- i 'ianos. Factory Prices. Easy Terms. F. Q. Smith Piano Co. | 1211 F Street. Phone M. 747. rnuuumawtn???i||????mmminmnm?i?mT blue velvet crown with a six-inch up standing brim made from three tiers of blue tUile. invisibly wired to stand up right. There is no note of trimming on it. A bit of glitter is given by the use of two hat pins made of tiny blue crystal beads. Tulle and Fur Neck Pieces. To give the impression of a capucine hood when the bodice does not have one, there are neckpieces of tulle edged with narrow fur. These are worn instead of heavy furs around the neck and have ! taken the place of ruches, j. hey are not plaited or gathered, but wired into a high collar and have the ends that are tossed across the shoulders: there is a small capucine hood in the back. One need not add the hood. Any va riety of tulle and fur collar with scarf ends is equally good. These are not uni versally known, for they were the inven tion of a young woman In society who gave the idea to a dressmaker, after which they were put on the market. ? They should prove an admirable aid to good dressing, for there are many women who do not care for many reasons to wear fur close against the ne^k and chest. THE DAILY MENU. BREAKFAST. Steamed Figs and Dates Cereal Shirred Eggs on Toast Crullers Coffee LUNCHEON Fried Oysters Potato Chips Biscuits Fruit Cakes ? Tea DINNER Tomato-Rice Soup Baked Spiced Ham Baked Potatoes Corn Creamed Beets Lettuce and Cucumber Salad Brown Betty Coffee It is a season of luxuries in dress garni tures. and gold and silver silken cords and jet will be much used. j This Homemade Cough | SyrupWill Surprise You J Com! Little, But There In NottalnK \ ) Better at Any Price. Fully j Guaranteed. , ) Here is a homemade remedy \ ( that takes hold of a cough almost j ( instantly, and will usually conquer j | an ordinary cough in 24 hqurs. ) ( This recipe makes a pint?enough / ( for a whole family- j ( Mix one pint of granulated sugar ) ( with Yz pint of warm water, and } stir 2 minutes. Put 2ounces of ( (i Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint ^ 1 bottle, and add the Sugar Syrup. ^ This keeps perfectly and has a \ } pleasant taste?children like it. \ You probably know the medical j ( value of pine in treating bronchial ( I a s t h m a, bronchitis, spasmodic ( croup and whooping cough. Pinex ( is a most valuable concentrated ( compound of Norway white pine ( extract, rich in guaiacol and other \ natural healing pine elements. \ ) Other preparations will not work \ ) in this combination. j ) The prompt results from this in- ; ) expensive remedy have made ) ( friends for it in thousands of ) ( homes in the United States and ?j ( Canada, which explains why the ( \ plan has been imitated often, but ( \ never successfully. j ( A guaranty of absolute satisfac- ( ) tion, or money promptly refunded, \ j goes with this preparation. Your ( j druggist has Pinex, or he will get \ ) it for you. If not, send to The \ } Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. ) DECORATIVE TOPICS OF THE MOMENT The fad for period furnishing: has a phase greatly emphasized but not gener ally recognized, and that is the tendency to take entire furnishing schemes from various cathedrals (for libraries, for in stance), from famous paintings and from i historic chambers. Take the style in the late Gothic, de signed from the remarkable Cathedral of Gloucester, England?a style which be came quite general in the fifteenth cen tury. The flowing lines of the earlier Gothic were replaced by straight and hor izontal lines, which are easily adapted to what we are pleased to term "a slight cubistic influence." Some of the handsomest wall papers can be traced to a theme worked from a frag ment of the wall decoration of some hs toric chamber. At times the artist wan ders outdoors for inspiration and secures it. as is illustrated in a frieze of elusive charm. This man was traveling abroad and visited a famous palace on a fete night. He was not permitted to enter the palace, owing to the festivities, so lie s&t: on the lawn and gazed at it. A balcony festooned with vines from which hung Chinese lanterns eauijht his eye. ami he has secured an extraordinary charm of composition in a night seen** with balus trade and thick verdure and trees around it. illuminated by the weird glow of tiie lanterns suspended from the branches. Blue tones predominate In the coloring and are relieved by the orange-yellow of 1 the lanterns. The sections of this frieze match and are thirty-six inches by sixty wide. The?n there is the "Norwich" decora tion, a reproduction of an eighteenth century stamped leather which hung for several penerations on the walls of a his toric mansion so named. The furniture that "matches" this is a replica of that House & Herrmann Seventh and I Streets. * ^ The Enduring Sheraton Sheraton has never lost caste in the school of design?nor its higli place in popularity with refined taste. It's survival rather than revival; and as much in demand today as in the long ago when this artistic thought was crystallized and Sheraton became a standard of effectiveness and quality. The pieces represented are done in Walnut? the natural grain of the wood adding its rich charm to the graceful models. They are pieces of satisfying size?and every detail of the con struction is consistent. We present them to emphasize the scope of this store's service?identifying it with the high est-type of design and the highest-grade of work manship and the moderation of price where the best is concerned. Dresser.... $80.00 Chiffonier .. $60.00 which furnished the room in which the original of the wall paper was used. Perhaps the most fascinating schemes are those taken from the paintings of old masters. The artists who selected the environment of their groups?for it is usually "story pictures" that give the ideas?little thought that they would be decorators by proxy to the present age. yet such is the truth, and a delightful study it affords to the observing who love to trace the origin or the beautiful things they admire. Some of the new tailored suits for young girls have the belt dropped to the hip line. Fads and Fancies. High small turbans are tiimmed w.th cabochons of garden flowers on the ?id?\ More and more voluminous grow the wraps and more and more bulky the sil houettes. Some of the new?trlmming materials are embroidered silks, beads and braid. Muffs and scarfs are ornamented with hows of ribbon or small bunches of fruit or flowers. Good looking is a street dress of navy blue serge combined with blue and green clan p'.ald. Black suede shoes with French heels and pointed t??es ar< embroidered With silver beads across tlie tm** and low<'!* part of the instep. Many beautiful evening gowns ar. trini m-d with lemon yellow, orange, rose <>r apple green fur VN inter tallormades tashloned of tl.? new material known a:; duv? tyne pretty and di?:nifled. A very gmart costume Is made of cher ry-colored velvet, trimmed with xrajr woolen embroidery and gray f<?N In: T ? crown!"-.' > wedding veil is entirely new; it is held in place by a liaio ?'f orange blossoms. Sometimes a touch of plaid is Intro duced in thr coat by means of a belt, or a v est or waistcoat. 39 SI* iw .. vi^. ofy ( i Table Supplies Attractively Priced. i Offerings Good Until Saturday Closing. Fancy Sugar-cured 171y Q Gold Medal Brand Hams, per lb ' ^ Soda Crackers, per pkg... \ 011 may pay much more for This price is made to intro getting better ijduce these crackers, which we believe to be superior to any 5-^ent package of crackers ob 35 c hams without quality. Fresh Creamery But ter, i-lb. prints j Brookdale Asparagus, large can L i b b y ' s Hawaiian Pineapple, large can.... Minute Tapioca, package Golden Crown Svrup Xo. 2 can I ? i ? ? Standard Tomatoes, No. 3 cans, 3 for Early June Peas, good quality, 3 cans for Sugar Corn, 3 cans tor Campbell's cans for .... Campbell's Soups, cans for 25c 25c 25c Beans' ^ 25c 3 25c 2^c tainable. Gambrill's Patapsco Flour? 6-lb. sack 19c 12-lb. sack 38c Quaker Oats, the regular 10-cent pkg... White Corn Meal, per pound Pearl Hominy. per quart Choice White Beans, t| per quart Quaker 1 lominy ' Grits, per package.. . . Virginia Sweet Pan il cake Flour, per package.. P? 9C 9c. 12!/2c ? c c 8%c 9c Penn Mar Syrup, the new package.... Consumer's Delight Coffee, per pound g Banquet Brand Cm- | tee. per pound ^ ~ ^ Occidental Brafld Cot fee,.per pound <^0"^ ^ Notwithstanding the ad- ^ \ a noes in the coffee market we !sl are supplying the same high grades at our usual low prices, gj Choice W hite Pota- ? toes, per peck Burnham and Morrill 1'ish Makes, per can.. . . Dromedary Dales, per package 9c ?1 I || 10c g *3| Pi >.? V*| if - j PATRONIZE THE STORE NEAREST YO'J Northeast. Luther F. Hall, 12th and II sts. R. E. Roberson, oth and A sts. J. Kraus & Son. 910 13tb st. J. E. Diggle, 7th and H sts. Southeast. Brinkley Bros., 10S M st. L. F. Lusby, 8th and East Capitol sts. H. C. Roberson. 9th and S. Car. ave. Brinkley Bros., 1101 3d st. G. E. Bohannon, ">33 4th sL Brinkley Bros., 923 4th st. Southwest. Al. J. Whelan, "d s.r.Vl <" s's. R. E. W. Schmidt, sth a.id !> sis. 11. T. (.over. 7th :tn : <" sts. A. G. Schmidt, !'_? and F j-ts. Northwest. A. 11. Plitt, tith and y sts. Columbia Tea ;irW Coffee Co., North Capitol st. c. Ramn^ling, 312 l'enna. ave. F. A. Dodge, 7th and T sts. Sis Durban. E. M. Tabb, Hyattsvnle. Md 1.")(>5 1 23PFree OeSSvery to Every Section of the City' Mi ic ?-! Vs' I s w I a sa :-?;an!3n& isnsrara&I' There should be music in every home on Christmas morning Will there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas? When will there be a VICTROLA in your home? Come in and select the style you like best and let us send it to you. THE ROBERT C. ROGERS CO., 1313 F St. N.W, The' Only Store in the City Handling Victor Goods Exclusively. There are Victors and Victrolas in great variety of styles from $10 to $500, and any Victor dealer will gladly demonstrate them to you. Victor Talking Machine Co. Camden, N. J. "<3JTT I ' GEO. B. KENNEDY, I GEO. B. KENNEDY, Successor to SANDERS & STAYMAN CO I ? J * | Full Line VICTROLAS and | . Selected RECORDS | ^ Everything in our Victor Department is BRAND-NEW. j| 9 ?327 F Street N.W, * I WE QlVi SERVICE E. F. DROOP & SONS CO. 1300 G Street Sleinway Pianos?Victrolas?Mayer Pianos Monthly Payments Accepted % i i I i 1 t ; r 1 Victor-Victrola XVI, $200 The instrument by which the value of all musical instruments is measured Mahogany or oak J ? I i Headquarters for Victors and Victor-Victrolas The Largest and Best Selected Stock of Victors and Records in the City. All the New Models?$15 to $200. A complete library of all the new Records. The best equipped "Victor" Department in the city. O. J. DeMoll & Co., j "Specialists in Player-Pianos," j 12th and G Streets. J "Just As You Step in Oif the Street." The Largest and Handsomest Victrola Department in This City A Complete Stock j Every Record Made; of V i c t r o 1 a s, and Every Record $15 to $200. j A Fresh New Record. D. O. PFEIFFER Vice Pres.-Msr. Heme of the KKABE PIANO 1212 Q STREET All tlhe New Victrolas a and Record s s I <( >> ?>> I FOSTE 11330 G STREET "Washington's Musicafi Center"