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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1909.
10 I TO Senor Elias Will Go and Gustavo Levy Take Hi Place. Phoenix and Tucson are to trade Mexican consuls. The fact has been known for several days, but for diplo matic reasons has not been publically announced. Senor A. M. Elias has re ceived Instructions from his home gov ernment to exchange consulates with Gustavo Levy, consul from the Mexi can government at Tucson. The change will be made September 1. Al ready a large portion of Consul Elias' household goods have been shipped to the southern city, and Senor Elias will -AT The Grand Tonight Brand New Moving Pictures ' High Class Vaudeville Such As . Reisner and Gores, Comedy Singers and Dancers Louie and Aldo, Acrobats Garvin Gilmain Character Impersonator ' Two Shows Nightly7:30 and 9:00 p.m. Prices 10c and 20c Complete Change Tonight FEMMMB MHCIES -TIMS 0P COURSE, everyone knows that many things are allowable In the vacation season tbnt are flatly and justly tabooed at other times. And the letting down of tha bars of convention at such a time to a aane and safe distance only, to be sure la a thing that . vindicate ltBelf at urely aa the pith and point of an axiom proves iU verity. All of which may be Simon Pure logic or mere aopbiatry. according to one's viewpoint, bnt to Sir. Just wed that even ing at By-the-Sad-Ses-Wsves, where he and Mrs. J. were a pending their vacation, inch a train of thought seemed Irre futable. . And why In the world lira. Justwed couldn't see It that war was be yond him. Mr. Justwed waa worried and mad ao4 undecided. Mrs. Justwed was In tears and sym pathlilng with herself for baring ever married inch a man. And H all grew out of a suggestion that Mr. 1. Join In a Quiet little game for men only. Smith-Brown started It all Mrs. Jnat wed never could bear him, anyway aud the little molehill of Idle suggestion threatened to grow Into a mountain of trouble, for the Juetweds, at least. To be pure. It was nice and decent of Homer-deer from a man's standpoint to walk straight op to Blossom and an nounce boldly: "The boy hare arranged for a q-ilet little sitting tonight my dear, and I think I'll Join them for a while." Mrs. I. was astounded. "Why, Homer!" she gasped, "yon have evidently forgotten that yon promised me you would never play poker again P And straightway Homer-dear went op In the air. Now, wasn't that Just like a woman! In all his born days he never had prom ised her be wouldn't piny poker again! Of coarse, he remembered "the argument they bad bad on the subject shortly after their marriage, but be bad not ployed then simply to please ber, and decidedly be bad no recollection whatever of bar ing made ber such an absurd, unfair and foolish promise. 6nppose he bad. Just for the sake ot argument. - Wouldn't the circumstances vacation season, all good fellows at the same hotel, the other women wbo bad no objections to their husbands playing and tbe fact that be had already suid he would 'Vt In" wouldn't such circum stances alter any case and justify blm In tbe retraction of his promise? To be tare tbey would! Bnt Mrs. Jastwed couldn't see It that way. There waa tbe financial aide of It. too. atie argued. ConM be afford to lose? It might le perfectly true, aa he said, that In a 23-cent limit game a man simply couldn't lose more than a dollar and stx-tr-nve cents abe waa a woman and couldn't be expected to know aliont that aide of It but even then, could he afford to lose even one-slxty-flv when they ceeded every penny for incidentals nt twb a time! Of course, she rouldn t send blm up to his room nnj tie bin) to tbe bedpost. Therefore. she supposed. If be would: piny theu he Just would piny, regardless of her feelings in tbe mntter, uud and aud she hoped he would be Hints for the T 1'K W drops of lemon scpioesed In rt the water In which iotnt'es are J I It, lle. Just In-fore they :ne dune, will prevent them from titririn It nek. 1'iiii'l wliii-h Mirks i. inss an lie re inoveii with viinxnr. A lint 1,1c 1 o.- i-f the li.-si things on w hi h lo Khurp'u hrtMii. ui: n 1 nnd . Imy- ;.iou klilws l! Mime hm1h I mixed with Hour In u:l:iij c'-er vu4ii'4 v. ltlj fcuuj Uillk, leave the earlier part of the week. Although there are many conjec tures as to the cause of the change, nothing can be definitely stated. Con sul Elias has recently returned from a visit to Mexico City, -where he has been conferring with his government. It is presumed that because of politl cal situations In tha south he has sug gested this change. ' There has also been some feeling ( shown against Senor Klias by a . certain Mexican society In this city.' On several oc casions prowlers have been discovered in the dark hours of the night who, by their actions, have not had robbery as a motive, for their prowlings. It will be remembered that one one oc casion, a rainy Sunday-night in July, several Mexicans were found skulking around the Elias homea young fellow being caught, who felgnfed drunkoness. A woman ivas In this' party, and an old servant of the Elias family, who because of suspicious actions had been discharged the previous day. Be fore this event, sneaks had been seen. satisfying bis own cruel, selfish eelf- and lcse every penny he had, so there! To Mr. J. 'a positive assurance that be wouldn't lose. If tbat waa her only ob jection. Mrs. Justwed made no enawer. Of course, he wouldn't lose! Any man who knew anything at all about poker could manage to equeese through an even ing and break even even though the carda did go against him unmercifully. A conservative game would be bound to win In the end. Besides, tbe men who had gotten up the little session, as far as he could see, were evidently dubs at the game and would probably be easy picking for him. - Bat Mrs. J. refused to argue tbe matter farther. "Very well. Homer. she said, frigidly, "do aa you please. I have nothing more to say. You know all about it and It's your money only I think you are mis taken. The ethical side -of the question evidently appeals to you in no way, and the financial very strongly, I hope yon win. Good night." And she gathered Jber skirts around her and swept majestically up tbe stairs. "Hang It all!" exclaimed Homer-dear. "Confound anch luck!" A turn or two on the veranda, while tbe otber chaps were arranging the table and the chips, brought no relief to his Irritated mind. But bla determination to play was not In the least weakened. He went Into tbe game, however, with a worried, balf-gullty look on his fa.ee and a restless, uneasy feeling about tbe wnole business. About 11 o'clock the beer gave oat. and Mr. Justwed, who hadn't held any thing higher than a pair of sixes for the r.ist bonr. volunteered to bunt up the hotel ateward and get aiore. Besides, tbe resultant temporary respite might change his luck and win back a part at least of the I17.H0 he bad droppd. 80 be willingly pushed back bis chair ad atarted after the liquid delinquency. As Mr. J. emerged from tbe room he bud a sudden Idea to step across tbe ball and aee If Blossom bad retired ai yet. Cau tiously be knocked on tbe door of their room. No auswer. He knocked "rain, a trifle louder. Still no reply. Theu he turned tbe knob and walked In. The room was dark. No one waa there.' -Well!" exclaimed Mr. J.. 'Til be Jlg grred'. I thought she was going to bed. fbe must be downstairs." , Housekeeper, Instcnd of being dissolved In milk, as Is the usual way. they lli lie very luiicli liiiht-r. .' I Cooking with curry powder tnt:rs a de. J Mi-ion rlinnjre ' in the prepnrntioii of. I iiienls. rice, cgs 11 ml tlsh. furry powder Is 1111 invention of the Aii-lu-liHlhiii mid imwt houses Ives know very little al'out It. ' ' ' I'nlnt w:!slen pails nnd tubs v.llli glyc- , ci.iie to prvictil s.i:.::!;!!-. B m mm who quickly got away. Although this may not be the Incentive for the ex change of consulates, many belleva that it Is. Senor A. M. Elias has served his government faithfully while In Phoe nix, and is considered shrewd, broad minded,, well versed on the events of the day, antl a good Judge of humanity. He will be missed by the greater mass of Phoenix residents. Of what has been said ot Senor Elias Is also true of Gustavo Levy, who, while stationed at Tucson, has shown himself as excellent a repre sentative of the Mexican government there as Senor Elias has In the capi tal city. Consul Levy has Just been bowed down with grief from the death of his wife, a sad occurence that hap pened in June. Consul Levy rpent a brief vacation In San Francisco after the burial. o THIEVES LIFT WATCHES FROM SOUND SLEEPERS THREE BURGLARIES IN CITY FRIDAY. The Amount of Plunder Wai Small Reward for the Daring Di.played by the Burglars. A number of petty but daring bur: glaries were committed in Phoenix Friday night. Two men lost gold watches, which were taken from thalr clothes while they slept, and the Rail way mission on South Second street was robbed of a washtub of dishes and glassware. A window was smashed in the office of the Lightning lvlivory on South Center street, but as far a known nothing was taken. The first robbery reported to the police was .that of John Earle of Second and Jackson streets. Earle slept soundly throughout the night and never knew there was a burglar by his bedside till morning. He then discovered that a lady's gold watch had born taken from his vest, which was hanging close beside him, and that two razors had disappeared from the bureau. To reach the watch the thief had. to pass between the bod and an other piece of furniture which was hardly a foot away from it. Earle thinks he was probably rubber shod, as otherwise he would doubtless have awakened him. Several smaller ar ticles ere also taken. The second robbery reported to the police was also of a gold' watch, and Ho downstairs be went lu search of his wife. - The sound of voices in tae large living room Indicated clearly tbe direction he should follow. Within were most of tbe guests. But Mrs. J. we not in evidence. In a few moments, however, Mr. J. espied her over In one enruer playing cards. He approached the table. Mrs. Justwed gave him Just tbe very sweetest anille Imaginable. "What are. yoa playing, dearl" asked Homer, pleasantly. Mrs. J. made no reply, so engrossed was sbe with her lead. "Bridge," responded her partner, wbo. being the "dummy," was iirtturslly best able to pay attention to otber things be side tbe game. "And your wife Is doing beautifully." "Yes," answered Homer, "I might ex pect that. At home she has quite a repu tation as a bridge player." "Oh, but this Isn't ordinary bridge," continued the partner. 'This Is for a quarter of a cent a point, and she " "What!" cried Mr. jr., "playing for money! Why, Blossom, I am surprised!" "Oh, but you needn't be. Homer." re torted Mrs. J.,' In honeyed vorce. "though It Is my first offense! I Just wanted to test your theory that a person wbo knows any card game and has had experience lu playing It couldn't possibly lose. Now I am applying It Inversely. Can a novice win at cards? 80 I " "But. Blossom, bridge Is a most " be gan Mr. J. "And she has won over $7 already!" chirped up the loquacious partner. "Humph!" sniffed Mr. J., crestfallen. And he started away from the table with a faltering, undecided step. "Oh, Homer," called Mrs. J., "bow did you come out in your poker game?" Whether or not Mr. Jastwed heard Is a question tbat he alone can answer. But tbe question Itself waa not answered, for Homer-dear suddenly roused himself from his lethargic walk and fairly sprinted out of the room! CABVEL CALVEBT HALL. N a week-end trip a great deal depends on the amount of luggage one Is to take. What clothlug to take along Is a questlou. If tbe trip Is to be aa outing up In tbe country. Just a pleasnre Jaunt where any kind of clothes will do. one should take the "good time togs," simply tbe sweater, duck skirt and two or three simple blouses. These may be bustled into n suitcase nlong with other necessary toilet articles, such ss a bottle of cold cream, brushes, etc., and no further thought given to the matter. Then there Is the other trip the one for an over-Sunday stay nt a very snmrt country house, where nt lenst two dinner frocks and a dnnclng gown will be need ed. Besides this there must also he the dainty morning dressea. the lingerie cos tumes which tuny be worn In the nfter. noon, and the tennia and golf g.trlt. Fol lowing this, one must have an entire anto g:irl in mse It should lie need: il. It In necessary to take :fng a very large trunk, one Idg one being much belter than two .smaller ones, nnd this trunk should be we supplied with troys Tln host very often imikes arrangements to meet the trains 0:1 n hli b Ills greets up. pcttr with l:trg. dep tt wagons, in ,,:-dcr Hint their luggjjg- uitiv Im- moved 111 re iul-k!y and easily to Irs d.s. I tMt ton. I'.Ut the sniicase Is the iienf we.'b-e;d lilae. lis It avoids the extra trundle of n li'iiuk nnd the uorry or clieckiicx ou the trulu. Most woiueu are uldc to Adams Street and Eleventh Avenue ON THE MARKET SEPTEMBER FIRST The Cheapest Buy for First-Class Home Site, in Phoenix If you wish to build your own home, here you can get a lot at a low price, and it is in the prettiest part of residential Phoenix. These lots are located one block north of Carnegie Library; city water, gas and beautiful shade. (hPCrt and up per lot. Each Big shade trees fronting lots. VALLEY REALTY EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR KING'S some email' change. The police ne glected to take the name or address of the man who was robbed. He Was sleeping with his trousers close beside him. In one pocket was a roll of bills and" in the other his watch and 70 cents. The bills were not taken. The Railway mission has been looted several times since It was built a few months ago. That is, everything which has not been nailed down was taken. Several months ago the hose was stolen, and -later some tools, such as hoes and rakes. The last robbery con sisted of the taking of the washtub full of glassware. They took the tub bodily.. The door had. been left open during the night. "When the clerk at the Ligtnlng De livery opened up yesterday morning te first thing that met his eye was the broken glass on the sidewalk. A Costumes for Traveling". VKAKS hare changed the various r styles In traveling costumes as tbe elaborateness of gravel has decreased. In tbe past special occasions am u as traveling meant tbe necessity of innuy new gowns, many of them very elaborate, but nowadays a woinnu going from ona city to another govyns herself about the same as though sbe were going dowutuwn on a shopping tour. It Is not good form ta wear a triiHIng sUIrt In a truiu and the garment collects much tiiist. A gown having a skirt Just clearing the grouuii sbouTd be chosen of beary ilk or liuon. A light color Is very good. If the wnlst matches tbe skirt it Is (o much till bet ter, nnd waists are very often worn of the tailor made variety, plain cuffs and linen collar. Tbe tie may be of silk or hire. A gown tbHt will wash Is requisite, and silk waists are uo longer considered by the wouiau who trairi. A long, loose coat Is very desirable with a one-piece frock to serve as a pro tection against the dust, or as a wrap. Excellent traveling dresses are made from India silks, foulards and pongees, as well as the best quality of ginghams. Tbe traveling dress should be pretty without being elaborate, and tbe dress should be such that It ran be worn to dinner In a botel or restaurant without the necessity of a change of costume. Great care should be taken In the selec tion of tbe shoes, and this Is one of tbe times when silk stockings should be worn, as the feet are often very conspicuous on a train. If a woman Is going away only for a few days. So that ber baggage Is limited. It Is decreed that sbe may wear a large hat on the train. But tbe medium-sued or small huts are tbe best for the oc casion. The largo hats are very bard to pack, and this la the reason so many of them are worn on the train, the smaller ones being packed away. Chamois or white wsshgloves are now considered very proper for traveling, and they are much smarter than tan dogskin, at one time very popular and still worn by some women. pack more in a suitcase than they will really need fin the trip. Slid more than they can reUv carry. If ore could ar range far enough abend of the' trip, it would lie lest to express n suitcase tilled with . 1 retty frocks to the destination, currying only the Immediate necessities of til- toilet in it smart toweling bag. which can he of calf or black wnlriin leather. It Is scldoiii that more than one -hat cn:i Ite tal;eit 101 tile average week-end Viuiit. evii' If the Iru'ik 'Is sent hhend. Il is very hard to pack a hat. nnd with a weekend trip of ouly a few dajs it Ijjr $1800 Building' Restrictions pane in the door had been smashed in. but whether It was done accident ally or by those who intended to rob the place and were afterward fright ened away is unknown. Nothing was found to have been disturbed. MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE A worker at Hull House, who is what she herself calls an "unappro priated blessing," finds much that is amusing in the point of view of many married women toward spinsters. One afternoon Mrs. Donavan ap peared in the settlement house meet ing in her best clothes and an aggres sive uir. One eye was almost closed and one side of her face horribly dis figured. "Why, Mrs. Donavan. what has hap pened?" cried the worker: then, real mTEEESTWOMM Vhc&Vho HUE yon may not know It, entle reader, you and those around yoa at your summer re sort are tagged snd catalogued In a who's who fashion by tbe rest of you. Which means tbat certain ones place you In a certain category and, vice versa, you do precisely the same by tbein. In tbe spirit of tbe Golden Rule inverted. Sort of aa endless chain of specialists, you see. While It doesn't amount to a row of pins, by and large, it Is at least Interesting. There's the sthletle man - there Is one st every resort. He constitutes him self the authority on all branches of tbe sport of brawny brutes. He takes ex treme pleasure in defeating tbe widows and children at croquet. He hauls a de crepit old bookworm out on tbe tennis court and proceeds to lambaste the ball all over him. Ask blm for a chair on the veranda, and he picks It up and carries it by one finger to show you all bow athletic be Is. He Is a poor con versationalist except 00 the subject of bis own musclo. He Is the real, genu ine, guaranteed "wbo" of the "wbo's whos" on the plsce on tbe subject of athletics. And you all bow dawn to blm as such until a stronger comes and show blm up. There's - the worn so wbo Invented bridge. She did not actually Invent It, though abe might Just as well have done so, for sbe knows more about It than Mr. El well and all the rest of tbe would be brldgers. If yen are wijoylng a quiet little gnme with tbree other beginners, does she leave you a lone J No, Indeed! She feels herself responsible for tbe bridge education of everyone In tbe hotel. She wouldn't for a moment think of depriving you and your friends of the benefits of her vast knowledge of the game. 80 sbe comes right over, butts -right Into the game and makes every thing that was right wrong. But she is the authority on bridge and the Queen la scarcely worth while to try to take one. Therefore. It la best to wear a rather dressy bat. Over this should be draped a veil of adequate thlekuess, part ly to protect It and partly to prevent one's fellow-passengers from misjudging one's good taste by Its rather dressy character The veil worn should .match the t rare II ii.? coat nnd should present a neat appearance.. It should be arranged on the but In such a way that It may be pushed up to nlioiv Its wearer to read ou the train, or pulled over the face to protect balr nml eves from dust should a window be opened, 'Che linen gown la a safe standby for .the week end trip, nnd nothing nn lie smarter than one cut In the Moyeu Age style, with trimming of heavy lace or embroidery In the pnnel effect. Some of the handsome linen costumes include I costs to matiii, toil in the week end salt case, where space Is nt premium. It is. better to pacl. a'lotii'T pretty Inick ami leave the coat inatriiitc' tin. Unon ....... tnme nt home. tonietimes the lietlilng suit must be packed In the suitcase, and it U well to inive 11 tint rtililierir. -d silk ense ciosis! with snap buttons; in ibis way the suit can lie packed, even though It limy be wet. . Summer dr"sses, innde of soft, filmy gi rds, take up- very little space in pac i;ig uud come in very handy in the week end trip, rsitcc Inlly when one Is to tie gone several days. There Is also ikiii for slippers, silk biwe nnd lace petti coats, with the dainty evening ivurf. PLACE LOTS I "Beautiful West Adams." Buy a lot now. Before next spring they should be worth double present prices. These lots Avill be placed on the market September 1. See us early. 2 JC Crt and up per lot. Each PJsJU 50x140 feet. Big shade trees fronting lots. & TRUST COMPANY PLACE LOTS 34 WEST ADAMS ST. izing that her question .might embar rass the woman, hastened to add: "Vtell, never mind, it might have been worse." "Sure, an' it might," responded the matron, "I might never have been married at all." The Housekeeper. COULDN'T REFUSE A man applied at the factory for a job. Among other questions the foreman asked him why he left his last place. Well." he replied, "they asked me to please leave, and I didn't like to refuse them." EVENED UP The Dominie I'm glad to hoar you say you weren't angry with your fath- can do no wrong. - There's the arbiter of social position. She ran scent a pork-packer from a dis tance of a mile across the country as tbe crow flies, or up or down. Since, she argues In ber egoism, ber own socio I position Is so snsssnllable, all questions of a social nature should be passed upon by ber. Can anyone else arrange a little card party for an evening' and make a success of HI No, emphatically 00! Sbe For Women Over Fifty. mAN'Y elderly women complain tbat there ara no fashions for women iver SO years of age, bnt each Is not the case. Tbe elderly woman, may have to consider lines If she Is over fifty, bat sbe msy still wear any bat that Is becoming to ber, even though ber balr Is as white as linen and there are many lines on her face. But one of the Im portant things la the way ber garment are cat. Unless the woman of 50 Is slim and graceful It Is best for ber to avoid white shirtwaists, as these show tbe heaviness and shortness at the waist line. But tbls need not cause tbe least despair, as tbe latest one piece frock is more fashionable nnd is tbe garment she should always wear. There Sre uiauy ways of making It convenient In all seasons. The cost should be made on tbe long, straight lines and it Is not uecessary for the frock to lie a prliicoss. The belt uiny lie a narrow, stitched bond of fabric and It should never, be opposing cloth or color. Many matronly figures look much better when the skirt Is lifted a trtlle high li the back. There are no reasons wby a wonipp of &) ihonld not wear any color that Is becoming "to ber. There Is no reason wby she should always select blacks, grays aud purples. Aprfcot is one ot tbe best shades for elderly wome:: In the evening. Hold Jewelry should not 1 be worn with white or gray hair, hut silver appears very - Veil. It (s nlwnys t best to avoid red, ns this tolur denotes j : V CLOTHES FOR f IIILUnEX. : OXK of the problems for the mother 's the dressing of ber chiidcen. es pecially In the summer. Many Mgners have usvd their wits to solve .this problem, and the envelope dress Is the best solution 'thus fjr. This upw child's dress Ik made of plue, or lawn. In a plaited Hndel nulch buttons down iiiubT each nr:u and over !h? similiters I so tbat the who.e thing may he spread out tint on the ironing itotitd. It has no Mcevcs. A new plnv npr.ot is irf lirowu Holland nnd is oecoinicd with gay p.c tmes o." doss and cats s-Hh a hei v dark emolotucry sti'ch. 1 h" rhf!d'o;i wit. W UO . will wear j usually I.nle all sor'g it a"rcus this kilKl. cr for punishing you for something you hadn't done. Freddie Oh, I got square with him all right. I did It afterward. Puck. .,...',.t..tifl ii , t. . i..t... Batteries For Gasoline Engines. ARIZONA ELECTRIC fc CO. Tel. Black 8334. V. 11. Xorris, Prop. 41 S. First Ave. -t,.,.v.t,.tnt ,i ,, t rriiinumiiu must be msnaglng It. or It Is distinctly undesirable! Sbe knows Just wbo Is of tbe elite at the resort and wbo Inn'L But sbe herself Is of a class far above any of her fellow-vacation sts. Indeed. she often woQders how she could have prevailed upou herself to be associated with such bourgeois people! Sbe is the society -who" and there are uo otUcr "whoa" present, yoa may be sure. There's tte rain . woman. Ereryone else's frocks are sights! Sbe doen , pity tbe women who have tu are so poor!?. She knows sbe Is the best-ioci'tia woman on the' prate. Her toilets each evening are watched for anxiously by the other women. In fact, they Just live from day to day to see what sbe Is gob to wear. And tbe men! Wby. tbe-e Isn't a man on the place married r single whom sbe couldn't have dancl'.g attendance upon ber for tbe nod of ber bead. God made her far one purpose- to be beautiful. It Is her lifework, her genius. She knows It and sbe makes) everyone else know IC . Among tbe numerous ether cd sun dry "who's bos" of the resort y o may find a place. Someone has you cata logued Just as you branded the athletic man, the woman wbo Invented bridge, tbe social arbiter or the vain woman. You can't escape. Others see you la some light different from Tbat which lights your own vllon. Viiat is ltt What kind of a "who" are your Find out. if you can, and profit thereby. Bathing Suits. C HERE"" have been a number of changes in the styles of bathing suits for women daring tbe past few years, bat that of this season prob ably Is the most extreme. Princes gowns being la favor, the bathing suit is rut along tbe same lines. There or a few models which, while preserving tbe usual platted blouse and tbe skirt relation, around the sides and bark, show a continuous box plait down tbe front of the blouse and skirt. Yet the conserva tive Is alwsys a good model In bath ing suits, and good material, well cut ond carefully finished, furnishes one of the best rostnmes for tbe waves. Light colors soil too easily and are seldom seen on the A merles n beaches, although ou the French coast tbe costumes ara generally white, aud a bright color will now and then be seen. Brown suits were In vogue last season, but not so many of these are being worn 'his year. The style runs very much with the checke.i .llks. chiefly in black end white, with 'li;hf?r touches here and there over the cost 11. ue. The collar has been n!uiot discarded, ns II becomes crumpled anil mussed when set Flat neck trtiuinings Is decidedly more practical for the both er. Mavy ima are nw we-ipng rnb er l.s'hii'g mrwts ' Itut good swtni e:s il.! f t approve of them, claiming J' !;;;-,ci!e 'n- -.regress In swl.ujjlug. WKtrtl'CG S4HHKS. yT5''': 'legerie dresses It Is 9 prette f4 I -'shlon !i thra.1 the s.isb. which 's generally of satin, net through) liie .0:1 tn.ii of the peitlciKii. ,i:t l.enentli 11:1 Incrustation ..." Iie guipure or a henry ii'yerti-ui of lace. '. U done anywhere except at the nct'..il A-uisl line. The si sli Is often seen vorn tt the knees. Iki . this Is annoying to the wearer as It ctirches n the skirt In walking. (tj lii'gerle frxks 11 good way Is to drape t;ie sh from one shoulder, leaving It half louctalcd until It ties In a bow be-la-at'i the waist nt one side like 11 rihli ,v. 0:1 1111 order. One of tiie Iniest lr!i styles Is lu have the sash knotted 1"- I ocUe at one side of the w.iist. -r-. ions pen. la-it ends, close lliti.ij aj irull; a u jUl huud. . i