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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1806.
PACE SIX. uar F&slhdoini for Wosinieini ALDUQUEKQUE EVEX1X0 C111ZEX. Page o FANCIFUL ETON ' lite la smart two-piece frock of blact wolret, the little coat la a fanciful eton. The fronts are cut In round ccaJlops, and the back shows tbe same atllne. ftejow the front Bcallop de pend two deep points of lieavjr moire la white, embroidered in black and gold soutache. The cape sleeves are held in place by velvet bands. A. tiny box plaiting of velvet lays cross tbe top of the arm hole and a Klmtlar plaiting Is at tbe bust. Dou fcle putted sleeves are of white lace. TTie skirt has 15 gores, with each gore utlined with, white moire. Jeweled buttons finish elegantly. New York, Oct. 20. We women must bow to the law of trininess and style In business and all places where we make a public appearance; there fore, It is all the more pleasureable to feel that we may relax when we enter our own home or room, and at the same time be prettily and becom ingly dressed. In fact, some women are really more charming in a house dress or negligee than In a tailor-made cos tume. As one looks forward to the long evenings and gas-Ht breakfast room such gowns demand Immediate attention for there Is something about artificial light that makes them es darker brown; and as these colors in Into the arm-holes. they combination are extremely rnsnionaine Just now the result was exceedingly successful. The skirl was in two parts the upper gored skirt, coming to the knees, wns developed from the cloth and tucked flounce of the silk was added. The waist was made in blouse style, loose, with tuclts from the shoulders to the bust lino, full elbow sleeves all of the cloth, while a front hand, turnover collar, cuffs and belt were of the silk, and tine stitching gave R pretty finish whore they were BDnlied. and a cream silk tie embroid ered in green gave Just that touch of nerlallv nnrnnrlnte- anil one is so ! completeness needed. glad to "make one's self easy" after a I Often two old skirts may bet getter hard day's work. ' arranged s separate skirt and waist. Early In the morning la one of the I A long Mack skirt turned and made hardest times for the majority of wo- shorter, and from some fancy material men to look their best therefore much that once served perhaps as an even- attention must be given to those Ing skirt will make a pretty blouse; SMART DRESS dresses to be worn In the early morn tng. As a rule they should be bright In color, fit to perfection and of course be In the best of condition. It is a fault of many a -woman to think every tblnk will do In the morning and es pecially the housewife for they argue that they must do housework or look after the same as soon as breakfast Is over. Now It is not necessary that these dresses be elaborate but they should be chosen, and arranged with great care if made from left overs. Just now when two materials are so popular for use In a costume it will be possible to use two old dresses in making the morning house-gown. Such dresses should be fairly short if the owner has work to do about the house, otherwise it may be trained. Each woman should give a little at tention to her type of complexion and Its morning vagaries; and if Bhe be pale, choose, or dye the old goods a warm bright color or trim with some thing that will add color. Again noth ing seems to suit many women as a bit of creamy lace about the throat. A pretty gown for the morning was developed from a broken check In a warm colored brown mohair finished with a cream lace chemisette. The skirt hag seven gores . and was laid In two tucks at the Join of the seam, which were stitched down almost to the knee In front, and the hips at the back, and machine stitching gave a neat finish to the bottom of the skirt. The waist was made over a fitted lin ing, with two tucks from the shoulder seam to the waist line; it opened in front with a V finished with a broad collar edged with fancy galloon, and a pretty Windsor tie of green silk was added of which material was tbe belt, fastened with a gold buckle. Inside of the V was a cream lace chemis ette. The sleeves were large and full at the top to below the elbows giving plenty of room for use of the arms, and a deep cuff finished tbe bottom. If liked better for wor,k purposes the cuff could be dispensed with and a simple band edged with galloon could be substituted. For a house dress constructed from two old gowns one woman used an old green and brown check silk skirt In combination with a second skirt of but none of the fur belows, laces or ornaments other than those required to make a new collar, belt and cuffs should be used; for while we are aim ing at attractiveness the fancy ar rangements permissible for evening wear are quite out of place on the morning dress. Many an old dress may be made over, with the addition of some of the very pretty new plaids In either silk or woolen goods now so popular and o easily obtained at any of the shops. There Is one garment that should be In every woman's wardrobe, a tea gown, for -there is nothing so restful in fit for the tired creature who has ! f 77 : A ROUND HAT i . &jfevi ! P- New YorK Fashion Letter ; j I dfl I A - 'i xS8S&. IV .B-JW J .7 v. : -v - V'. jm its. r I mm fc mm. sr -v. BSBI wee also short and flaring cuffs tnat turn uuck over the sleeves wore added. The own i. in medium sweep, wttn a deep sou-headed flounce, and a ribbon tie gathered the fronts closely to the figure. This mode wouiu ne ireuy u--veloped In ruin- cashmere, with a yoke of dyed lace matching tiie material of the wrapper mid lined with a contrast ing color; the ruffs should be of the same material and silk bands might decorate the bottom of the skirt and the "waist be drawn in Princes stylo with n olmiiliiteil corselet of tiny point" Oil tin an il rlnun bands of the Si...; but in .hi- nrrantrpment the wearer must be long waisted. An empire An- j ish could lie given this same model by arranging the yoke more like that of a bolero and having the gown tight fitting except In front. A house dress suitable for Sunday afternoons when none but the family friends are to be present consisted of a skirt and matinee or teajacket. The matinee fronts and back were gathered to under yoke, which was seamed on the shoulders as well as under the arms and at the center of the lack, which yoke was then cover ed with a luce bolero of empire style. The rather low neck was finished with a deep pointed collar and a ribbon run thronir.. a belt section of beading at the back drew the fulness In at the waistline. Flowing sleeves having un- dersleeves of lace were stylish and a change from the usual bishop or elbow variety. The five-gored skirt was slightly gathered at the top and when A round hat with large round crown and drooping brim Is made of folds of soft yellow liberty used like braid. Around the brim are set large roses in delicate shades of yellow. A huge feather, shading from cream color to deep yellow, lays along the right side of the crown and falls almost, if not quite, to tbe shoulder. tramped the streets all day or leen'tne straight flounce was used the ma' In the street of business since early morning, and it Is well to put a little money on this gown even If It may be terial snould be cut. away beneath It The length of the skirt should Just touch all around but It may train used only a few hours before dinner j nightly IT liked better. The model or even a few moments while one has i Ionl which this description is given thrown the body down for a needed i wa8 cllve green cashmere, yellow rest. It is further rest to know that j rluh crocht lace and insertion and one looks well even in resting; and ! black velvet ribbon. more, you are ready ror any emerg- j There ,3 a likIng for fur bands on eny" iiit. ' .. it he dressy iiouse gowns and one seen iwo maienaia nave sirucK me a!i,, -. u.n .velnned from dark particularly appropriate for this gar ment, figured challls and the wool batiste, the latter being-very Inexpen sive. A pretty tea gown was develop ed from blue challls figured with small dots and dashes In red and green. It bad plaits laid in the back from neck to below the hips and stitched luck width, and tucks set in the front at the surplice fashion from left to right. A broad sailor collar is applied to finish the V neck which has Inside a lace chemisette. Full sleeves come to STUNNING HAT lavender chiffon lady s cloth 'with a band of brown tur around the bottom and bands of the Fame over the tops of the shoulders making a fine con trast against the cream bolero, and fur bands wore around the elbows where tne lace cuff Joined to the full j upper sietve set into the armhole with ' several rows of ga'hers. In the oae of using the new sling ! sleeve the bands of the sling were out- j lined with hand of fur, indeed the the elbow where they are finished Knn 8!eevf lvt' T e cuu,,J:e ,u' " with a lace band edged with tiny lace Taney development than any for some frills. A ribbon belt and long tie ends tiiat 1,83 been designed. gives a finishing touch In a darker For dress occasions as soon as the cold weather begins, a stunning hat of brown velvet with yellow brown ;:lnriHs has been imported from for slgn shores. The drooping rim is of the mush room variety, while the crown Is the ever popular and becoming tan. The materisl of the hat Is a soft c ffon velvet, the tone being a brown with shade of the blue. Embroidered -wash voile, lace inser tion and edging -were the elements that went Into the construction of an other tea-gown. The fronts which were mouted on a llnglng, were gath ered to a square yoke, while the back wag closely adjusted to tbe figure by I underarm and side-back goreB and a center-back seam; and a rolling collar mounted on a band finished the neck. The sleeves were full nd gathered 1 ; .i decidedly purple tinge. Yellow Aprons are fashionable again and j roses surround the crown, and two ire made wltn all the care uaintinesa ; immense plumes are set at the left and decoration tnat Is given to other j side and are draped well out over the pieces In my lady's wardrobe. For real j back. These shade from the purplish work a model showing an empire cut brown to a delicate canary yellow. is useu and finished with fancy stitch- To be worn with this hat is a full Ing while sewing aprons are tiny ar-, ruche of sulpher yellow maline. tiilr lust lareo enoueh to keen the I sewing materials from becoming soil- Don t let the baby suffer from ec- od from the color of a dress, and full j zema, sores or any itching or tne skin, of lit tle liorkem for the various I Doan's Ointment gives Instant relief, spools, silk, etc. CATHERINE MANN I-AYZANT. I cures quickly. Perfectly safe for chil dreti. All druggists soil It. SOME NEW SLEEVES a man street toilette in mauve -with a pinkish hue Is made of Tench lady's cloth. The blouse fashioned of silk mousseline and trimmed with handsome lace banding ua mauve satin. The latter is used la the high girdle and is of a deeper tone than either the mousseline or tne cloth. The skirt is panned and the cor selet reaches well above the waist line. The panels are heavily stitched And are decorated with the satin and landing. This trimming Is repeated on the full puffed sleeves. Worn -with this is a hat of the same nbdued mauve tone, it is a small ronnd sailor shape and made of satin. Ji. single rose is set at the front of the crown to hold an immense black jalher. FALL HAT Hp) im LOOK OUT FOR THE ! NEW WHITE DERBY King Edward of England and the Prince of Wales are endeavoring JuBt at present to introduce a new fashion in hats for men. They appeared in public In London a few days ago wear ing perfectly white derby hats with black silk bands. The new fashion caught on Instantaneously, as every fashion introduced by King Edward Invariably does, and London hatters CATTLE RUSTLER IS FOUND GUILTY A verdict of gull'y was handed in yesterday hy the Jury at Las Cruces in tue case of t..e territory vs. Sam Newberry, charged with cattle steal in?. This trial hag occupied the past three days of court and the Jury was out Ell night. Sentence will be Im posed at once. This was the last case nn the docket and court adjourned in the evening. Shipments are now coming in promptly and we can fill all orders. We receive Blue Points from Great South Bay Selects from Louisiana Standards from Texas Mail Orders Given. Careful Attention A. V. TEGNER Contractor and Builder Outside Building Orde rs Solicited and Work Guaranteed First-Class. References Given M M Albuquerque, N. M. X M Mrs. Bambini, ai ner parlors. No. 209 West Railroad avenue, is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, tret corns, bunions and ingrowing nails. 8h ;lve8 massage treatment and manlcur- are now being swamped with orders j mg. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation for the white derby. of complexion cream builds up the When the present king was Prince j skin and improves the complexion, of Wales ho was always looked upon and Is guaranteed not to be Injurious, as the "first gentleman of England," ! sne also prepares a hair tonic that and as such he was responsible for , cures and prevents dandruff and hair .Rates the varying fashions In men's clothes. ' The loyal Britishers faithfully fol- 1 lowed his example In the matter of dress, even to the tying of tue royal shoelaces and the trimming of the ' royal beard. Since he became king he has not been too busy to maintain his position as the leader of fashion in the British empire, and everything now introduced by him becomes In stantaneously popular. falling out; restores Hie to dead hair; removes moles, warts and superfluous hair. Also face powder, a freckle cure and pimple cure and pile cure. All of theje preparations are pureiy vegetable compounds. Have Just ad ded a vibrator machine for treatment of scalp, face and cure of wrinkles, it Is also used for rheumatism, pains and massage SNAKE NECKLACES ARE ALL THE RAGE j Here are some brand new things in! No. 3. Showing original long coat i sleeves. No. 1. The short baby puffj sleeve, with velvet trimming and , J are plaited into the armhole and have s1uare velvet-covered buttons. ' ' a full flounce of handsome lace. The ,N"- Seven-eights sleeve for use j long, closemt.ng cuffs fall quite to the rZl Into T.ll I thumbs and are of delicate lace. gold buckle, heavy embroidery cuff j No. 2 A three-quarter length sleeve : ami embroidered under sleeve. ' for a dressy short coat. Effective In j No. 6. Dainty little arm finish for! wltn enamel or Jewelled buttons. . The underploce is barred in bold squares with black vel vet and is edged with a luce frill. evening sown. The unner and lower i puffs are held In place by heavy lace Insertion and trimmed with tiny bows! of ribbon velvet. One of the new full huts, in deep ap-j pie green, has a rounded indenture in -ttie center front, making a very short fut'H, which, however, reaches far out w.iin l. Large roseitts or silver gauze me nii'Sbod under the brim at the r.u-k.; A large knot of green mirror velvet set In front holds two dove 4iored wings which lay flat against rut; hat. one on euch side. Torments cf Tetter and Eczema Al layed. Tlie Intense ltchim; characteristic ,j! e xema, telUr and like skin dis ms Is Instantly allnyo l ly applying " .'ntji'rlain's Salve, ami many se ' cases have Leon permanently .',. by its um For sale by all The first annual ball of the Jolly Haymakers' association will be given at Colombo hall on Tuesday, October 30. Tickets $1, ladies free. An Awful Cough Curea. : i ' Two years ago our little girl hud I a touch of pneumonia, w hlch left her ' with un awful cough. She bad spells i 'of couching, Just like one with the; . whooping cough and some thought i she would not get well at all. We ; got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough ' Kenu'dy, which acted like a ohrrm. I She stopped coughing nnd got Ktout and fat," writes Mrs. Ora BuK&ard, , Ilrubaker, III. This remedy i for sale by aU druggists. ' Blood Poisoning results from chronic constipation, which Is quickly cured by Ir. King's , New Life Pills. Tbey remove all 1 poisonous germs from tbe system and infuse new life aud vigor; cure sour stomach, nausea, headache, dizziness I aud colic, without griping or discom- ' fort. r.c. Guaranteed by all drug- ' gists. ! I if.-- v - . bik w ...cdiNG, SUPREME LODGE, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, NEW ORLEANS, LA., Oct. 15-25, 1906. Rate $38.05 via Kansas City and Memphis; $43.40 via El Paso and Houston or Marshall, Texas. Dates of sale October 11 to 14 Inclusive. Return limit October 30, 1906. This limit can be extended by depositing ticket with Special Agent at New Orleans and the payment of a fee of 60 cents, until November 30. AMERICAN MINING CONGRESS, DENVER, COLO., OCT. 16-19, 1906. Rate $19.75 for round trip. Date of sale October 13, 14, 15 and 16, 1906. Return limit October 31, 1906. NATIONAL GRANDE, PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY, DENVER, COLO.. NOV. 14-24, 1906. For above occasion tickets will be sold for one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Date of sale November 10, 12 and 13, final limit December 10, 1906. HOME VISITORS EXCURSIONS TO ILLINOIS, IOWA MINNESOTA, NE BRASKA, WISCONSIN, ETC. Rate one and one-third fare for round , trip. Tickets on sale Oct. 9 and 23, Nov. 13 and 27. Limit 30 days from date of sale. TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS, KANSAS CITY, MO, NOV. 20-23, 1906. Rate $30.75 for round trip. Tickets on sale Nov. 17. 18, 19 and 20. Limit of tickets Nov. 28. This can be extended until Dec. 18, by depositing ticket and payment of $1 at time of deposit. AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION, MEXICO CITY. MEXICO, DECEMBER 3-8, 1906. For the above occasion round trip tickets will be sold at rate of $42.25. Date of sale November 22 to 28, inclusive. Limit 60 days. Inquire at ticket office for full particulars and Home Visitors Excursion, October 19th, to the East. T. . PURDY, Agent. Albuquerque 00KK0 : I Fay wo oil Hot Springs FAYWOOD, : New Mexico V I I I PLEASANTLY 8ITUATED. EASY TO REACH. RELIEVES PAIN. BUILDS UP THE SY8TEM. CURES RHEUMATISM. CURES I IDNEY AILMENTS. CURES DIABETES. CURES INDIGESTION. CURES DROP8Y. ACCOMMODATIONS FIRST CLASS. See Santa Fe Agent for round trip rates, good tor thirty days. DANCE! DANCE! 1 DANCE! 1 1 AT COLOMBO HAcL EVERY SATUR DAY NIGHT. ADMISSION 50 CENTS, LADIES FREE. HAIR WORK. Mrs. Kutiierforo., at home to anyone wanting hair work done, every Wed nesday, at .'17 i-i-yii Unmlway. Tin woman who would be correct when wearing a decollete gown must woiii- ;i golden inake coiled comforta bly around her neck, with its bead llashims with tinerald eyes, nsting coiiy iii ii,e hollow of her neck. And l lie dictator of fashions is kind to won tii in the mailt r of Jewelry nowadays, because moek jewels are Jti:it as allowable as the real thing. Imitation emeralds aud amethysts are the rage now wuelher worn lu tumorous strings about the neck or j Mu.kling hair combs or broad brace I; i.s cf intricate di-td:i). St. Michael's College CHRISTIAN SANTA FE, imOTJIEUS NEW MEXICO FORTY-EIGHTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 3rd, 1906 BRO. E. LEWIS. PRESIDENT