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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, January 23, 1905, Evening, Image 7

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Shown s1i wn here 1 1ereiS ereiS Is one dneOfthelif on of the la latest i ie e ki tmad tmads modes s of afa a cloth clothreding redingote tcsuit suit The material
used is dark green een broadcloth br a l th trimmed 1 rlmmed with heavy h y black braid and black silk
buttons The skirt has pleats stitched stitc hed flat to the knees kneesand tnd flares full u1ltoward toward
the bottom batt om
She S SheDispenses e jBisperises Charity CIia Cha rity Wherever She Goes GoesHer Her Bene Iene
factions l lcti cti ctins ns to t the Scotch Crofters CrofteisPraise Praisejfor Pr ise fo for r
c < j > 1 Her In Glasgow x
< > n
There ary ar few women wOmen in a England who
dispense dispe nse charitysmpre charlt smore g generously nerous y and
with wl h 1 less ss ostentation than Miss Van
Wart Wartformerlyof formerly of Washington Was bington The
poor of fLoI fLoIons4reary Londons ons4reary dreary East End Endes es ¬
pecially the children are re regular recipi ¬
ents of ofl her er bounty but it is not l1trestdct restrict
ed to one 10CaUt locality Wherever she gCles goes gOei
and she s is fond fo dot of travel trav travelshe lshe she devotes
i t iiim tnndnoe cid Sn d dmoney money oney to t1 the th poor of the lo ID
ntl t 1 f
s 1 D DurIngrecent lng tecent visit Isit to the tht Hig1Uands H gl1ands
l pit 9E Scotland s cot1a of fd she s he personally p rs al1 visited y islted Isited i
i many ma r of < the t ofterS rtefifsmal1 small peasant p sfnt j
farmer mans anJto of t Whomare T tionr lioni are in chronic
i state 0f f pbverly p pove vet1y tty 4aiidrfbund 4ud Dd1oJmdmtich ound much to
r arpuse ar s her f fcm compassion cm 1passip She relieved
some som of the most ost urgent cases case s at once
f i I bytlonatioiis b Ionat1o3s o natlo 1s of tfppd i pd and clothing cl thInga and nd
t tj 1il Igft ft 7a af a substantial su bstantial si ntfalsmn n sum with a aocal local
j a aifabfoclett ita rr 0fe Siociety i i to Ob be expended x end In n the
re lief lIe ik of a iiiese 1Ji lliese se v poor people
3Iiss nss Van a Wart Wi t ls l an inveterate inv r f and hd
fearless fead arless ss sljuinexplorer s11nlr xplorer On her return
A ASugges A Suggestion t o if ifr for r the Hostess lIostessWho Who Is
Somewhat Som Somcwhdt h d Perplexed About Details D WI WIs tails s
Oh then thenve we e had stomachs to t eat and
to fight
tndwheri nd Wheriw when wrongs ongs were cooking to set
ourrelvesr otIn < lves aright arIghtFielding arlghtFi Fielding ldlng
When a colon colonial ial al tea is given gho ghoenthe enthe the host ¬
ess t5ss sometimes metfr es feels eels a a perplex perplexlty ity about
the thed details tailsof of the tl e occasion oCCasi n If she has
It hOmespun f1 mespunUnentnblecloths linen tablecloths now nowis Is the
time to us use them theml1nd and they tile will be berie
ttted flt t a by careful useand us and laundering But B t
Jacking acklngtheJInen the linen heirloom h herloom a snowdrop
> r checkerboard tchJ < kerbo rd pattern is the best be st se
iectipn tion for the modern modernlOth eloth loth Ac A center nter
pl lce c ce of silk embroidery or lace l cc would
ae aeentlrely eentlrellrout entirely out of r place
Old canton is the th first choice then
tvJllowware and after aft r that thatlavender lavender
Bprigsed sprigg d or or r gold goldbardedchlna banded china Now
that colonial patterns are revived in
zlass i1 1as ss It 13 l easy casytoprOlride to 1 0 provide tumblers s
dishes 3i > l1e for Olpreser preserves v s and and little sauce
JIs ishes Kes that will correspond l to the China
ls blown or cut glass would not
Ivoryhandled knives knlvear knLve are appropriate
and nd heirloom spoons if possible It Is I
loo much t to expect to find a i set o of f two
ilneo Un d forks Place a a tray tia with the sil ¬
ver tea service srvce at oneendotthe one end of ottbe > the table able
und ndat at the he other the th tho e principal iSh < Hsh ish to 1 1ndat
be beserve serve servetl d L
Have everything o that is Is to be becatcn eaten
on the table at once Set a dish of i
apples and grapes In inth tho th center of the i
table tnblewithout without a centerpiece under and
use a pierced china or silver dish If
available There must be no shades sha es
over the candles our forefathers knew
nothing of crepe paper or chiffon and
light ight was too valuable k ktb kt tb t obscure It
with 1th the lightest Jightestcov covering rhlg Brass can ¬
dlesticks lle tfcks or glass of modern make and
colonial col nlalp pattern ttern are the jbest est choice and
to give Just the finishing lInlsh1n touch have
barberry b berry dips
c You know that the historian wrote of
them th m They U are not greasle to t the
touch neither does the snuff of these
offend the smell These fragrant can an ¬
dies dl are of a delicate crew gIetli gre i1 tint and are
found only at SQme of the womens ex ¬
changes and andco cost tmuch much more than t tie he e
ordinary wax candle
A good menu for a acolonla1 colonial tea t a would
include chicken pie cold sliced sl1cedham ham and
hot biscuits baked custards cream
0 cheese peach and quince preserves pr erves
fruit an and d sponge ca ke crullers cruUersand and tea te
and ndcarrce coffee
Oran Orange ge Blossom Cakes Ca kes
Stir together togetherfor for half ha1 an hour one
pound of sugar sugar thr thre e whole eggs and
four yolks Add sufficient flour to make
a batter stiff tn eonugh eon ugh to make cakes that
may be laid on a baking bakin tine with a
spoon Flavor with orange arange11ower flower water
and bake in a quick oven oven When cool
cover with white icing with wftha a little
orangccolored frosting in the center <
journe journey to London she sh stopped at Glas ¬
gow gowwhose whose praises as a model munici ¬
pality have been b en sounded sounq l by several
American American writers writersand and visited some som of
the districts that are seldom seldamseen seen by
transAtlantic tourists Here she found
destitution destltutIonand and miserv mIser quite equal to
anything that she had h d seen in the worst
quarters or o London Things were not
quite so s bad tia4 wltli wfULpaIl witlithap44th m ny pf Jt tlyj poor
wretches retch when he p tI Yl1
Miss 11ss Van an Wart W art Is very ry popular pop lar in
English society and at the same time
a a sore puzzle to it She is rich main
talus taiD3iLhandsame ahandsome town to wnresidence residence in Cur
zan on Street and a stately country countr seat seat
DItton Park Parknear near Slo Slough Ugh and enter ¬
tains hospitably a at t both places pla es Ap ¬
parently paI ntl she prefers England to Ameri ¬
ca lo heis he a a handsome wq woman nan with a a
dignified manner and bearing that fh t would L
grace the most exa eLn lted ltud t d P positionJi sitlon But q
though th gl1 peers p ers rs a plenty lenty are ar aTe Willing tImn > to te
share their titles with wltl her she he persists per s I
in remaining a a spinster and retaining retainIn
control ntrol of her own exchequer Which is
not in accordance with aristocratic no ¬
tions ti ns of the eternal fitness of o things
The Girl Yl1 Who 9 aas B Brothers 9 e s Is Mo Mort te
Apt to Be a Good ood Sort of Wife WI e
Blessed Is the woman womafi womafiWllO who has a a L
chance c hance to get acquainted d with with withman man In L
general before she marries man in par ¬
Mere social 5 ctal intercourse with men
friends wont ont give gfeher her this advantage d 3ntage
Thomas Xho mas Richard and arid Henry Henrvare are all on
I t11elr their best be 5ibe1iaYlo behavior r in In her ier society ciety Even
I granted that thelr their company C U1Y manners p1ann nannei is
are not 110tvenee veneer r still st1llsheseesthem sheseesrthem he hei i sees 1eml only
at their bestl bestAnd best And to know men en you
want to see them once 111 in a while at ai
their worst
Nothing Nqthlng will wil1 give gh e a girl that t t insight t
into the themascuUne masculine nature like being
brought brou ht up u 1 in plo a household sehold of orbGYs boys This Thi
Is why the thergirl girl who has a a lot of aCbrothers brothers 9
or achlimmy a chummy father makes a good sort s zOr rt t
of wife provided she has used her op ¬
l portunity to some purpose
When the angel she married marn cl falls falL S
from fra m mgrace grace she sh is not shocked lpast < past all al 1
I forgiveness fargi nes because she learned lon
ago among among the boys at home that men
arent angels and its silly to expect expec t
them to be
If she sh has been the right kind of sis
ter teror or daughter she sheh has s learned to know t
the thedittere difference nce between the
and the feminine points of view and to t 0
I tolerate tolerat things a mans way wa of looking a
She wont fret U f her husband lms and loesn
catch catchtll nil her shades t had es of meaning I
quick bright IntuitIve flashes fiLhc b 1s
she sh h has come to know that slowness I
an element el D1ent of steadiness and a nd that th
real man Is always alwa 8 just ju t a little
fi 1 womans quick wit and subtle > c mean L
ing In Inghe
She ghe will have learned l patience for th
faults fiults of otp passion Rlon which whlcl1st are re the out
cropping of qr a l1at nature re more Int Intensel nseJ I
emotiona l than any womans Voman s
And Andn1lTC more than alL she will 111 hnv
learned not to lean 1 < 1Ul top too hard but
I to love in spite of all and subtly guid
to be willing to be herself hcrs hersl l the pro
i In n finer thln things s So that for f r her there thor
need n ed not be bethnt that long longand and bitter strug
gle sometimes lasting through thraughcnrs years cnrs 5
to find her right rl ht status with the ma
she has married
Certainly a a woman can 1
all men better hetterthrough through having
and loved one man well
A brother with whom she SI SIL L O can be
comrade and a father fatherwhoso whoso companion
ship hlp she he has enjoyed through childhood
and nd girlhood lrIhood are very large factors ir 1
her education educ tfon as wife and mother
C CA CASTO A ST 0 R I IA A For Forlnfantsand FoInfan Infantsand sand Cfcildrw Gfil Ctfthi p
Jiii IlIlKind Kind You Haw Hq H4wjaUougb e AteaisioutS
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T Tie1tU Pretty FetttJ Linoleums TaRe Place 1l ce of I
Carpets and l1d rIPu Rugs J5 for forthe the floors
The The Pretty Pretty and nd Ela borate Designs Desig sNr Are Even Ev h Being IeiI g
T UJsed Use d for Bedroom Floors
I It is not a Ions IQ1 g since i ce oilcloth was re ¬
I garded only as the plebeian but proper
covering for the kitchen floor Those
who who could afford It sometimes sanietImesu substi bsti ¬
tuted the more morearistocratlc aristocratic linoleum
which was w ider and thicker and and of ¬
fered fer d a Inrg larger r selection selectIonoC of o stereotyped
patterns patterns
Today To l the oldfashioned ol hi ned and canyon ¬
tional figures figuresl1 have ve given way before an
infinite variety y r nIet3 etr of design n nand and linoleum
is being used JQ to coyer the thefioors floors oC obed bed ¬
rooms and dining rooms as well as as
those of offices stores and hospital 11 spltal
buildings bull ing One does not at first take
kindly Idildlyto to the thought of linoleum upon
the bedroom floor but in these days of
steamheated apartments it itappaPen appanently tly
possesses no unpleasant associations
to debar the choice and the patterns
in which it is shown for this purpose
prove prOvO by their th r popularity < that j it is
by b no means an unusual covering for
Among the designs which are sold for
this use several s ceral are so charming chrrmlngthat that
one can < a n nundestand understand the temptation to
buy bu O them A dull cad cadet t blue ground
shows a a double Maltese cross the
outer one of darker blue
There The r Is no glaze gl Ze in in any an of the he lino ¬
leum patterns p t n1swhlch which makes for a much
more artistic c finish Another An other tber novel
u ucarp carpet carp carp t pattern is that of dark red
tulip with an unconventionat unconventionat design of
deep d ep green gre green n leaves lea yes upon a ground of dull
cream cre m colors colo This very ve o pretty pattern
is shown In other ther colors One Oneg90deffect good effect
is is bad by b using using a pompeilan pompeilanrcdgraund red cd ground
and making the tulips tuUpsa a deep cream cre m al ¬
L Lmost most mOFttan tan color
Another effective floral idea is the wild
rose ro e unconventional with a trailing
spray spra Of f the tb leaves This is shown s oYnin in
two tWatanes tones nf f dull red and also In a very
charming blue Perhaps the most sur ¬
prising pris i ig pattern because of its itsfidplit fidelity
of design desl n is isthe the u Turkfshcarpet Turkish carpet This
reproduces the exact colors cotorsand and design
of a arug rug in the warm rich and dull
Candle C n le Shades Sha ShadesThat es That Are Easily Easil Made ade
at atHome Home
Candle CnfldI shades resembling in character
those sold ld in Japanese s shops hops are now
made at home by women with Jthpn jm eye
for design and color co lor or and fair deftness
of hand
The decorative pictures which are an
essential part of these shades are ar eCound found
in the cheap little Japanese books on
crepe repe paper Issued for some years ears pat
to meet the demands of persons Inter ¬
ested Jstecl In Japan and its literature Some
of these books are in French and a few
are in Japanese but those seen in lnthls this
country are usually In English What ¬
ever the language the books are illus ¬
trated usually usual1 In characteristic Japanese
fashion with landscapes innocent of
perspective and t figures ures like nothing ever
seen se n on this side > idii of the world
The Themalcror maker of such candle shades cuts
but o lut i tUttle little pasteboard pactcb arc1 frames tramestrapezo trapezodial ial
I In form with the parallel sit sids fos slightly 51g t1
I curved Such a frame Is laid over one
of the colored olor cd illustrations in a aJupa Japanese nesc
I book and just the right figure or bit bito of
landscape is included inclpd d within the trape
I zoid The frame t s then blackened with
India ink in order that the picture may I
i be the more accentuated and the pic ¬
ture tur itself is strongly stronglypasted pasted on the I
I back of o the frame When five frames
have thus bean b e2nprepar prepared ed they t11eyare are are pasted I
together to ether with strips of thin muslin
When the w whole hole is dry theshade the shade Is
Ireaay es1Yto yto to be placed on the little Utl littlbrass brass
Carrier e rrlerElhat rI Il1at that clasps the candle candlcWhen When
I the candle IsUgbted Is s lighted the shade has asa a j
really jewellike effect and if the pic j
tures have h ave been b een well en chosen C the decora
I tion has great charm and variety
I 1 Those who make such uch things must
I have Iaye a quick eye for composition It
often happens bapp ns that a fullpage illus fUu ¬
tration has a single bit that Is suitable sutt ble
for the purposes of the shade maker I IItJr
and an a it ittakes takes the seeing eye e to discover
this thisbIt bit
< Many of the Illustrations are ar useless
for die framemakers purposes because
they th y are lacking either In strong and
harmonious coloring effective figures or
i I suitable Suita ble landscape compositions ca Some
I I ItlmCs tlmes bitsof two or or more morepictures pIctures must
be put together to give t a really good
Agreeable AgrEfeablAeffccts effects are obtained by mate ma
ingoneshadc ing one shade exclusively ex luslvely of offiure figure pc
tures another of oi landscapes still sli1lan an ¬
other of flowers beasts birds or fishes I
The int intelligent Ulent framemaker r will reject I
those pictures that are not character ¬ j
istically Japanese
Whoever under u undertaites jerta1 takes es such work at
home is lik likely b to realize that the prices
charged for Illuminated candle shades I Icharged
In In the shops are really not especially l
I high The work requires taste patience I
and skill I
After knives mheshae have been cleaned they
may ma be babrllUanUy brilliantly polished with char ¬
coalp9wder coal powder
If fine flneclathcs clothes become scorched In the
Ironing lronln often aftenthe the yellow look can be
entirely entir ely ly removed by hanging the article
In the bright sunshine
If you have black or tinted cambrics
or muslins you hesitate to trust to the i
laundress give givethem them a adfp dip yourself Into
water with with withwhich which you have stirred a
teaspoonful of black pepper p pper This is is
also said to save gray and buff bu tt linen
ter f from rom i imspot3 mspot3 spots when rinsed rinsed in the first wa ¬
Water In which soda has been dis ¬
solved is good opd for washing ceilings t
which hich 11av have been blackened by Kerosene
lamp smokx amak
When Iroilng have a small board
sprinkled with salt beside the ironing ironin g
table and If the Iron Ironbecomesrough tronThecomes becbmes rough
rub It two or three times over the salt I
and it should be perfectly smooth again aln
I I11flk Milk applied once a week with witha a soft so
cloth c1o hfreshen freshens and andpr preserves enes boots and am
The 11atcnd flat end of a a cork is the th handiest t
thing one can use for scouring knives 3
and forks The cork should be dampen ¬
ed sllght1 slightly and anddlppeq dipped In the powdered I
bathbrlck bath brick or fine ashes and the scouring i
will be quickly accomplished
No Plain Skizfs
Society Sacietytor for the most m st part has set Its i S
< stamp < tnmp of approval on the very full ful
tItirt kirts irts but only when they are voted vote
becoming to the wearers wearers figure Evary Ev ry r
now and a nd again ag fin a skirt klrt will be seen to ti
cling cUnsto to th the figure halfway down downtc to t a
the knees whence it flares in a most taos
L conventional and uptodate manner manner No N
really plalh plai skirts are seen at th the opera L
unless the material Is chiffon velvet and an I
even the monotony of this exquisite tex ¬
ture Is relieved by panels of rare lace
BearS Besrthe the
81gnature rfe +
f I
f I
effects which hich are rethe the chief c11ie beauties of i
srenuine enuIneTtirkeycarpets nuine Turkey carpets
Borders may m be behad behadto had v to match most
of the designs j
A pretty pattern patt rnmucnused much used for dining dinln 1
rooms rQar > s Is a blue ground groundwith with empire I
wreaths in a lighter shade This is also
effective in red of two tones
aiany parquetry designs are ar are to be had
in such suc hclosc close imitation of real re al wood w ad that
It bears ars comparison side by b side with
the latter >
Even the wood woodraln grain is beautifully
carried out and some of the best pat > at ¬
terns tcrn show the inlaid squares of a dark ¬
er rc color lcr These patterns ure reamong among the
best liked for dining rooms
They Theymay may be CleanedandpoUshe cleaned and polished lin < in
the same manner mann r as a aJ1rquetryfloor parquetry floor
with 1th oil Most Mo = t of f the conventional de
signs tgns are aretsed used for the kitchen but light
colors colorsh1ve have quite superseded the dark
patterns once so much used
Pretty kitchen kitchenp patterns tterns are of blue
and white whitesmaH small squares Others have
the thecfect effect of tiling mostly in blue and
white Some neat patterns show brown
conventional l figures gures on a white ground
Many fanv linoleums are are being sold now for
summer sum mer homes Some cottagers prefer
the themateral material oilcloth olclothand and carpet the
entire house hous with it using a few cot ¬
ton nips ru s for bedrooms which match the
color of the linoleum on the floor In
I such instances in ta nces the e parquetry P a Quctry patterns
are chosen for halls l1aUsand and dining room
Bedrooms have the floral designs the
Turkish pattern finds a place on the sit ¬
ting tIngfoom room oem tIOOIancr floor and the kitchen Is pro ¬
vided with a blue and whlte hlte tile de
siem szgii
The rh sanitary 31nitar value valueo of such floor coy CO
i erinsr erin Is demonstrated demon trated by Its continued i
i use in hospitals hospitAlsar or invalids lnyalldsroamsand rooms and
I now now that it can no longer be regarded
as asunsIghtly unsightly there seems to be b no n rea rea ¬
son why its popularity should not in in ¬
creased crease
It His is more easily cleaned than mat
ting and will wear much better b tter It may
be scrubbed with castile soap and dried
with a woolen cloth Yellow Yell Yellwkitchen wkitchen kitchen
soap sQapshould should never never be used
If It Is desired de ired to polish it the floor
I Ima ma may h be first wiped ipedv1th with the soap and
water vatermf1 V ate and u 1 polished with wi h an oiled cloth
j I exactly > as one would proceed with a
I wood ood floor or it may bo dusted and oiled
I without th2 th use of water if f preferred prer rrd
How One Woman Prone to Warm
Rooms Learned a Lesson
A English girl loves fresh air and
dete d etests ts hot rooms said a woman who I
naturally n leans > aJ1s to all the comforts co mtorts of
hot h ot fires and hot drinks On one o ne of
the t he coldest mornings I ever knew I was
Invited I to breakfast with wUhan an English English
woman a wellknown star and I found
her t ier in an apartment that med
seemed see Ic icy r to
m me with my my pronounced pr noinced tasteS tastes in the
other direction Jly ll hostess hoste s was ias vas clad in
a thin pale silk morning mor nI nIng ng costume cu cut t
away at the neck and made with withelbow elbow
sleeves There were two other guests
both English and they the too were cre thinly thinI
I Iclad clad and blooming while w hile I was as blue blue blueand and
I numb under my UJ Jf n heayygarments heayy j fcurmejiis garments A A
more miserable session I
never experi ¬
enced for the food
was as cold as the
breakfast room The next day 1 did not
want w 1l1t < to get up and for several secrnlda days
afterward I ICouldnot could not had I wished to
i A Agaoo good doctor dactorkept kept me on the th outskirts
lot or pneumonia till my good constitution
I Iasserted asserted itself I got at up from my bed
with a determination
to harden
I my m t
frame to cold not by harsh methods
but t4esily < sll and gradually keeping m my
I eye e upon the thermometer and my m hand
i l pon the window sash I think I could
i i1SS pass 1SS through that experience now with
I i impunity lnpunityand and I could readily readfJ fall back
I iato my myoId old ways again for I IstU1 still have
a fondness for heat and can HUma stand con
I Sderable aIderable iderabl of ofit it It
How to Choose It for the Various Va ous
I i Rooms of o f the House
When we we are confronted with the th
I question as to what color w wo < wish our
rooms to be we have a very ery bard prob ¬
lem emto to solve We know knowhow how often atte nmls mis ¬
takes are are made and many man find out too
late the reasons reasons for
them Yet ther > are re
special laws that govern the application
of color which should always be chosen
with reference to the quantity and qual ¬
ity it of light which pervades pen des the room
A north room needs bright warm treat ¬
ment mentreds reds golden browns and yellows
and a room with
a southern aspect
re Te ¬
quires cool light colors such as asjale pale
blues spring greens and silvery gray
I tones
The number num ber size and position of the
I windows will greatly affect the intensity
of the color to be used therefore It is
necessary to consider the color you have
decided pa pIn in a strong light and also in
shadow By artificial light Ifghta a paper will
usually look darker trker than one expects so
when you are arc at the paper purveyors
be sure you ask as k to see see your c choice under
whatsoever conditions it is to bo used u > ed
either with gas electric or lamp Hght l
There is no heed for curtailment in
the choice of colors for rooms that thatface face
east or west as practically any an color
can be used successfully succ sfulb But here it
should be realized that a narrowstriped
paper gives an effect of height to a
room just jus as a a large design having more
width than depth serves to make a a
room look smaller and lower and
moldings friezes and dados also exer ¬
cise the same te effect
To Clean Kitc henwate hen wa te
I To clean cle 1I1 aluminum one should never
use soda or metal polish It Itslwulq should be
washed with water and soap S thoroughly
dried put soon away after using and
two or three times a year rubbed with
a paste made of water and whiting
I ISteel I Steel tin and Iron can be cleaned with
sand the thcflist first two occasionally with
For a leaden sink sinkor sin k kor or pails a a good
cleaning mixture is fullers fuller s earth pearl
ash and soft soap with boiling water
kept bottled b ttled for use
Iron pots may be kept In good condi ¬
tion by being beln blackleaded on tho out
L 1ce
USe to
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1 Superfluous Hair
This mi preparation has been standard for
years Will absolutely destro y yhalr hair and
leave the skin fair fthran and d dsmOoth smooth It 1 t neither
burns nor scars Thtmost The most dependable
article artideknoI1 known Accept no substitute
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Every woman of Otrefinemen refinementloves loes dainty daint negligees for wear In her own room
and many pretty prett gdrments garments rIIle1its ofthis othfsorderma of this order may ma be befaShioned fashioned at home ho me An attrac ¬
tive yet et simple model for a a matinee is Is Isshownn shown shownn In our o oCr r 1 sketch The material Is
cream ream liberty fibert crepe and the the design is is nothing more mor than ih n a loose laasecoat coat with a deep deep
co collar llar over the shoulders and andaround around back tapering down the front to a point
at the bottom A A lacec lace collar in Van Dyke points is set on at neck nec and the huge
puff sleeves end nd at elbow with a deep frill of otlace lace
Seventeen Peeresses Peeress sVilllVake Will Make a HousetoHouse aHouseto Ho e Canvass
for Revivals RevivalsCa Rev ivaIsCarnpaign Campaign Iipaign Opens Next Month
LONDON LO O Jan 2 2LIheTorreyAlex The he TbrreyAlex
ander revivalist mission to fashiphable r l nable
London Is s being organized organiz db by seven ¬
teen titled women headed headedlu by b Ladies
i WImborne and Churchill Churc bUlwho who have
i formed a committee commit e to carry but ut a i per ¬
sonal sonalhausetdhouse housetdhpuse housetc house canvass within a t
threemile radius rldl of t f Albert Holl H 11J
Mr lr Torrey Torre announces a relentless relenUessw war r
against mixed m beddancinS dancing 1 ihe stage st gE and
bridge He Hesays says
1 Ibav f I have been a agteat gteat deal in society
on both sides of the Atlantic t1antic and I
know more about dancing in the upper upper
classes than most mo st people a 1 1was was once
How a Cunning Cradle Is Contrived Cont ved
From a Clothes Basket t
A I most mo t cunning contrivance for f r a a
baby bab cradle is nothing more expensive
than the ordinary clothes basket trans ¬
formed with a very eIT little expenditure
and taste Into a lovely and andcomortable comfortable
bed The basket basket must furitbe be well wadded
and lined and decoratedwith as much
muslin and lace as fancy dictates A
large down pillow forms the mattress
an and d a smaller one the head pillow
You can have no Idea how useful this
novel bed will be bef found 1ind says Wo ¬
mans mafs Life It can easily be removed to
or from the fire it can can be beputcom put completely Ptetel I
out of the way by being lifted on the
bed It itcnn can be carried < up and down
stairs without W Uhout disturbing dlstU rb ing babys sleep I Istairs
and when its occupant gets a little old ¬
er and wants wan to sit up he or she Is quite
safe from draughts and dangers of fall ¬
ing and when it has fulfilled ulfilledlts Its mission
as a cradle for six months of its occu ¬
pants life it can be stripped of its
adornments and sent to the kitchen
where If any an home washing is done
Its practical value will be beas as much ap ¬
preciated as when it played the part of
a cradle in the nursery nurser Far better
does a a sensible clothes basket basketlook look dain dam ¬
tily decorated by a mothers loving fin fi ¬
gers in a home where strict economy
reigns than the gimcrack creations of o
gilt and enamel ename1allurnglycbesp enamelallurIngly alluringly cheap their
only merit being beth f ftheir their designation of
the latest style
regarded as the finest waltzer in my set
in America 1 lhave Jiaye also had the man
agement of o charity charit balls aqd I assert
I that there are many man moral lepers among
i dancing i men
Theltev Forbes Phillips whose play
Church and Stage Mrs Brown Pot ¬
ter recently recentl produced retorts I am
no dancer but encourage it in my par ¬
ish as a healthy form of amusement
Only a dirty min mind d and a a jaundiced life llf
could imagine such things and I should shou1
liope all allsweetmindedwomen aItsweetrnizided sweetminded women will hesi
i tate before allowing 1 their daughters to t
j attend the ministrations of Mr Torrey
The Th Torrey TarreycampaIgn campaign opens o enson on Feb
1 ruary ruar r 4 1
Every Eyery very Woman Regardless of Her Fea ¬
tures turesJ J Has an a Equal Chance
Some S I e one one has nas said that t to know suf
fering one fie e must know the heart of a a
homely woman Qoman This remark does not no
apply to the tolerably unattractive unartractiv
woman nor the one who vh is not exactly eXactl
pretty but possessing one or two good gooe I
features It is Intended strictly stri tly for fo
those who are so utterly and hopelessly
without charm that by no stretch of o
the imagination lmaglnatloncouldthey could they be palled gullet ed
even passably p ssabl3 good looking
It is women of this type that I wish vrisl
to particularly Impress with nh the abso ¬
lute truth of o another statement and ant
that Is u uno no woman need be homely homel
unless unle sshe she has basso so utterly lost hope that tha
she has no desire to make an attempt t
to it improve Nature has been blamed
so sofoolfshl foolishly for many things that many man
people peoplehaetallen have fallen into the thebablt habit of o
thinking 1 that every ever woman not endowed
with regular features atures abundant abundanl hair
and a beautiful complexion must rn st be b
naturally naturaU homely homel These thinkers do tI
not stop to reflect that thatevennarure even nature natur e
has to be aided if the wheat fields are ztr C
to yield abundantly abundantI or orthe the orchards S
are to t prove a success and that hence hence
as a matter of course the woman who wh
is to appear well must mustals also have just ins
the care cage she needs in order to enable
her to to rive satisfaction in the matter r
of good looks loa
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