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MAGPIE COSTUME 'STILL WORN
IN PARIS A black watered ribbon sash is tied in the back. Plaia black hose and white slippers, a black hat and a black and white parasol complete this .magpie cos tume. ' o o PURE SONGS LIVE ON, VICIOUS ONES DIE. SAYS SINGER ft One of the prettiest of the summer tub gowns sent over from Paris is of white cotton tirepe embroidered with black. The inevitable ruffles about the hips arc .of plain white crepe with black buttorihole edges. The waist is a soft kimoria of the embroidered material with plain white sleeves. J if ? AKr X i' .T'Vme. JonAivna Gadski Songs need jiot be coarse to appeal to people, asserts Mme. Johanna Gadski, who sings many songs as well as grand opera. "Pine songs that are noble and sweet have a greater appeal than the coarse ones," she says. "A song does not have to stoop to indecencies to satisfy the masses, for it is proven again an'd again that the pure songs live while the vicious ones die quickly." , spinachpVtties Boil spinach. Drain, chop fine. Al low to drain dry. Put a tablespoon of butter into sauce pan. When hot but not brown add two even tablespoons of flour. When smooth, add chopped spinach. Salt and pepper to taste Cook slowly five minutes. Butter muffin or pattie pans, press the spin ach mixture firmly into these. Set in over for ten minutes. Do not bake just keep them hot. Turn out on plat ter and cover with rich white sauce Slice the whites of hard-boiled eggs, place on top of each pattie. Rice the yolks over top and send to table hot. Mrfjfa .iwa afcSQsasaii. aaMft.,iM-- .-.w.a-.