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of America when it designed fashions
for the spring season.
This little gown of white taffeta
is called the "double service" gown.
As pictured here, Iownecked and
sleeveless, it's an evening gown, but
a pair of long mosquitaire sleeves of
white chiffon may be slipped on and
fastened under the shoulder sleeves,-
and if a square yoke of chiffon, made
'with a high stock edged with a nar
row black velvet ribbon is added the
costume-is changed to an afternoon
GLEAMS FROM THE BRIGHT
The conductor went round collecting
('Twas on a crowded trolley car,
This with people and stale, dense air,
like most of the traction system
"When cried an EverettTrue in the lot:
"Break a window! v This car is
At which the "con," a collegian I wot,
Gently ch'ided,"" "Aw, don't get
Look it up in the dictionary,
, TODAY'S LENTEN DISH
Panned Pish This is suitable for
any small fish or such as can be cut
in slices. Have the fish seasoned
with pepper and salt and dried with a
little flour or very fine bread crumbs.
Have a large frying-pan smoking hot
with as little grease in it as" will keep
the fish from sticking. Dripping from
good, sweet salt pork is the best, but
any sweet, dripping will do.
When tie fat begins to smoke blue
lay in the fish and brown quickly on
both sides, then cover closely and set
back to cook more slowly, from ten
to twenty minutes, according to the
size of the fish.
Bass in all its varieties is suitable
to cook in this way; so are butter
fish, lake herring, herring, perch, Per
sies' or trout
WEARS HER" HAIR LiKE LlSfcTp
PLAYS LIKE HIM, TOO
Y Miss Ethel Leginska has come out
of England bringing with her the
title, "The girl-Liszt, and just to
prove that she has some right to the
name she wears her. hair in Liszt
style, and her attire too is fashioned
after the picturesque velvet costume
worn by the Hungarian pianist.
Miss Leginska despite her un-Brit-ish
name is a native of England. She
played recently with the New York
The -cashier girl was very strange,
She promised, then declined;
Because she. liked to mind her change
Was why she changed her mind.
' New York Mail.
The belfry of Bciges is probably
the most famous" in the world. It
was built at tire end of the 13th cen
tury. It is" 353 feet high and pos
sesses a. carillon of 4!f bells, regarded
J as the "finest in Europe, .
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