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No model could be better than this
For such a dress the guimpe would
be high-necked, of course.
The sailor hat is black velvet with
tailored bands of gold lace. Puffs of
black velvet and gold ornaments trim
BIDDY BYE ,GIVES SOME POINTERS IN
Last year's brimmed hat re
trimmed with a velvet puff.
The brim was cut from this hat
and an upstanding puff of velvet
BY BIDDY BYE
Clever women who can remodel
dresses often hesitate to make over
hats, which is unfortunate this sea
son, because women now achieve
their best millinery effects by the
number of their hats rather than by
Band boxes often contain marvel
bus possibilities for the manufacture
ofthese extra chapeaux. As a rule
the amateur milliner can get the best
results with an intricate structure,
such .as a variation of the velvet
Experiments with very plain hats
are liable to prove disappointing in
the matter of neatness.
Given a good velvet-brimmed hat
of last year, either of the two mod
els pictured today may be construct
ed. If the hat has a sailor brim it
can be compltetely changed in ap
pearance by the addition of a puff
about the crown. The edges of the
puff can be concealed beneath a band
of silver ribbon.
If the brim of the old hat is passe
or unbecoming it can be removed
and a new shirred flare added. If the
upward and backward line is cleverly
copied the result will be .the very lat
est style of turban.
Canned grapes have an excellent,
flavor, the juice resulting after stand
ing some'weeks being, if properly
made, like a sweet wine. Wash and
cut the grapes from the bunches,
leaving a bit of stem on each. Make
a syrup with a quart of water to each
pound of sugar. Place the fruit in
heated jars in an outer vessel of cold
water and let them heat gradually.
Fill nearly full with the syrup and
let cook 10 minutes. Add more syrup
and seal Immediately.
White grapes or seedless grapes
are very delicious prepared this way.