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PROPERLY DRESS THE NECK
I French F Frenchy fE fEG G Fancies in in n Collars and Cu ffs Popular PopularThe The
S 7 Elizabethan n Ruff Again in Vogue ogue ogue o
his is the th day ot o f the theruch ruche Never Ney r w
since since the thetlmeo thetime time qC Queen QueenEHzabefJ1have Elizabeth have fe
> women decorated their throats more
elaborately ehlborat JY Tulles chiffons ch Uons laces J ces rib fa
bOne bonsspanglesembrolderics spangles embroideries Tuffs ru fts
tucks and plaltings plaltiIgsall all take part in the
grand tIT g and ndmarch march of the triumphal co c collar llar
that tljatB swathes t es the neck of the girl o19O of 196 I or
Dog Do g gcllars collars fancy beads beac h Oriental Or entni entnic chains c 1in ns T
p weighing half a pound and even wreaths wre wr ths n <
of artificial flowers ftowerJare are used us ed to t add a dd to fle
the thegenerpr general confusion nfuslon of loveliness I t1vellness b
tuckecLunder tu keLunder t the 1emodern modern womans chin si l
The dressing of the neclc Isnre is a reiiirL l prL
The There re Jlre are women w 1o from girlhood
Tip have have suffered more tortures over the r nl n
choosing choosingof of t their 1elrcoUars collars than over any an y 1 m n
other one nething thing not excluding Jove and I
matrimony matr imony There are women t tp whom hOql
a Kangmans 1 an a i rope or an execu eXe utloners1l1 tioners t
S knife would be b pleasanter than an or or le t teS
dinary collar I have u Dtthe not pt the slig slightest htest 5 n
doubt that tJ qt th the scrawn crawnyiieclted nYn r inecked ckedQueen Queen t ft
Elizabeth felt doubly Qt1b joyful when the tl1 E se
lovely 10velyMar Mary Queen of Scots laid her t w
head h ad Upon poIi thebloc the block k tokrtow to know kflO that the z aI a
catchet tcQet would descend upon her lerriYrls rivals
perfectly modeled nape anjd nd d go g go goetraight straight stxalg ht
through to her her he graceful c tbroat throat 5 Th The j f S
doughty do ghty ghtyold old Queen Q e n cut the theGordta the Gordiant Gordianknot n nm knot m t h T
of the th collar ClUarpr IIar proposition pos1tionb by wearlnher r
famous t ous ruff and nd thus thusdlspensingWlth dispensing with
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fr any anyclumc chance of displaying her bones and an d
sinews
Treck ieck Should Conform to Gown T
But nowadays it Is Queen Fashion who
decides these weighty welghtyprobllps probleins All Alla a I a
woman can dp is to modify things so so I f
that she can c1ngive give to ol1el her thrnat throat some som I c
S semblance > mblance of the human form i irmdivtn rmdivtn divine
The he secre secret of doing this thisIn in iatt fact the o
Whole secret s cret of dressing dI sing the neck ne it prop prop t c
er erlyiles rIYll ly lies sJlt in studying the t the 1a lines o of the I
j fashionable ashlonablegown gown and nd In Tn maKing iKing the th o
neck blend lend into them thems so that thatftapp it appears a rs o
t to curve curyeWthouta without a break from houlders s
k to tochin chin instead nst d of appearing a thing
apart apartfrornthe from the costume co tume If sleeves sle ves are
tvride wide ideand and pufty p ffy then the collar must be
S big and nd fluffy When Whenslecv sleeves s are nar n r ¬
S row tow and skimpy skim y and andshoulders shoulders are arenar ar nar 01 o
iow iow ow and andsmallcoUarsshouldjle small collars should lie tight i rl r
and nndfiat flat When waists are long and andm i m
slender sJender > collars may mayb be fall and tight t tl t
but li1t when waists are short and bound 1 1tl
with ith broad girdles t collars co iinrsmust must conform cnformsl sl s
with them 1 bl b
The woman with a tiny tlnyfnceand face and small bl b
bead 1 ad has all sorts sortsof of difficulties to tomcet meet a a
1C she swathes her herneckUghtly neck tightly In a c
band bjm of ribbon or ora a linen coljar c cU1r ililr < it 1tr re ¬
quires a magnifying glass to see bee it yet ret et t
if she wears a broadening ruche and a c
flaring tulle tullebowc tullebowcher bow her head looks as j
though it had ha d somehow omehow gotten go tcnon on the th b
Wropgshoulders wrong shoulders by 1t1istakcThe mistake The st stout ut p
lady l dy with the double chin whO wh wears li
her 1l r collars c Uars lowandcomfortabte low and comfortable dis ¬ h
plays l ys rolls Tollsof of flesh yet et if she shegetstl1em gets them c
just an eighth of an inch too high the s
flesh lle h is not hidden but pushed up Into t
bier hercheekcand c heeks and chin and she he suffers the h
tortures of strangulation r
Study S u lY of Contour r o f tFac Face t
Every WCl1 ftcnian n1hfl m should s discover liy Jthe J lv
Gst GstCareJHr QstJ t CareJHr r t1 r rst1gn InvesUgatipn st1gn n and na mt mariy malar il ex e e O I t1
perlments Pcr ments the exact ct1 1heht heigHt ltit of collar cQHllr S t tt >
which is most becoming b COIIllng to her an In b ti t
which whichhldes hides her berthroat throat and sets off her h her J 1 11
face fac aca She should write this dovvn rlo on
a piece of paper aper and andvaY vary it only in n the
slightest degree to suit the changing
style ind and her herchsngng changing bulk She should
find out at once what shades sets ott
her h complexjjcn and stick tp tili tllt t one
olortbr bi6r through ou gfi thick and thin There is i f
i iio treason Y xE eason sonw why hy a woman woman should change
colpr C6IQr any more m ore than the skies skleslr or the s
S JKowers fl w rs or rth the stars Her Ier color should hoUid L
fee bi he as fsfixed fixed a matter as as the tl1ecolor color of the f
ied ndrose ed rose rOs w Which hich would completely lose e
its jt > Charm chartnand har n and Individuality If it ceased ease1 I
to be scarlet Every woman shoulli should I t
t ta jrnake jna a 1 ke up uph p her rTUind mind finally and forever S
whether s she he is best b st suited to wearchlf wcar chlf t
1Qt TQJTS Sand and tulles or looks clearer and anf f
clearierdut cleilJier ut In l plain white linens and ana
cUff bands Once having come to a zi
definite definlteeoncl defInitconclueIon conclusion alon on these three thing thln <
she sl1ehlls has solved the the real problem probl 1m < of 01
dr drs essing ing her neck and md pnly the work vorI
of it remains to be done
Requires Cons Constant tant Attention Atten ion l
But Jut keeping keepingplentof plenty of tr fres fresh sh h co c cQIIarS llars and an ant I
S each eachnew new gown and am I
planning plannh1gcoUars collars for cr ellc LS
shirtwaist is by no mean m ari an easy task
Nothing Jstno is more e linfcecornlng tiu ecomlng to any an
woman otIan than a 1 fcali halso talfo1eti > soJefl l d11 ruqhine ching un Un ut ¬
der1 der der her r chin c hin or or a a dingi dlngy dtngylinentic linentic at her ha r I
threat lbr j jt t Freshness FTc shnes5 of neekwear is the th he S
essential mark pC fi refined r flned wi Wnan man I
Cheap heali laces ard aI a d r rtawllr tawdry ribTions rlbl or > s a ate e an ai
abomination Badly fitting stocks ugly ugi
pins niT at the theback back tarnished brooches
Common O ommon mOIl beads eaQs aId torn tulle tuJlea arc crimes rIm s
against g nst good oo dressing dr sslng The woman who wlii J
told Her husband she Bh would buy her own OWl 1
gpvtns gP Itoh psi r if he would pay for thA th acces ac cs
codes E rH s knew that he was getting the tb
for C rhalt half ones one g
wprst w < > rst of 0 the bargain
dr dra ss s inon uionf money jv mav Jj be spent on collars
ruchings veils Us gloves shoes and petti l tti ¬
coats and ho no one will wll1guess guess where it I I
has gone Only that fresh wellgroomea well roomEo I f
iippenrance that perfect line 1lllcand and iharm hllrm
log daintiness dalI1tlt1 Si tell of f the woman of 0 t
taste iasteand laste a and rid produce roducc an an impression that that 18t is I 3 I
iitit worth rt rth h the t taonev mon flone v and uetthj bett > t ttuvn U tlrAj J1 i1 n i
ill 1Ithe the Paris frocks fro ks that Chat it Jniglr ml buy bU S 1
Especially Espec i iI 11y Becoming Becom ing Style
There TI erc are arec certain r t in styles In neckwear ne ckwear r
srhichare whtch w hchare are becoming to nearly nearlya al a1 women women
A s L year yearOr arr or two ago agothe go the tulle tul1 bow bo w wwas was one ott e
of these tiise now now the the tiny tin > chiffon chltronruc ruche he
Which w hich ioml < omos > s In in all the delicate del cat shades shade s
nnd Rnd which hieh is seen tucked in the throat thro t
of f a almost lmost every smart womans froc rod k
Has ba iaAken sJtk ioken n its lt place placc Care C re must mu t be ex ¬
erc ercisad cs ised d in n wearing v aingruchEShowev ruches however rnot not iu 8t t
f jt get et them themt3o too broad broa d and nd full else ones one oneS S 8
iac Zde tnay mnYl lopk ldo ptUk klJke like an nnohlfa pldfashioned > hloncd bou bot I
djiet < < l get prpfrildihg Vr tr diQg from a fancy paper pape r
cover c v Just 3u tthesUght the slightest 5t suggestion of ID
fe soft oft delicate edging usually usuall cream creat
or Orftesh flesh color Is very ry becoming comlng to the th
average woman and gives a afinlsl1lng finishing flnlshin
touch to almost any gown
A Ar A readyr readymade a ymal maUe kcoll collar r Is seldom s ldom so S1SUC s suc ut ¬
cessful as the e made lT llOe to toorder order or home ¬
made collar A Aclevcrworpan clever woman w io o un ul ¬
derstands her J1cr iswn ffiljmltatiops ow limitations can dress drel
her own neck d Jjetter than can any an
manufacturer Besides esldes her own conceits con concet celts
and andInventions Inventions have the virtue of ne ne ni ¬
ver cr looking lookin shoppy
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Tener iffe ffe Everywhere
This Thl year women wamenarc are making tenerif t
ta e cellars qliars and andcutrs cuffs to be bewon worn with w wit ith ii
every sort of otcostUme costume One clever cleve r
wom woman n who has the tenerlfffe teferltth teferltthCraZe craze craz e
makes s her own foundations an d has hc La
them thf n nalways always always handy handy She She cuts two cir ch 1
c Cleao ele lea of thin cardboard cardbo rd covers each with wit h
sonO 0jn OIh light material mat r ttll Cajnbrlc brlc or lawn
and andoverhan overhands the tW ifti tt i together At L i iand j
equa eq equaIdistancesaroundthe al l distances Ista c fnro around nd the edge she et
sticks pins pl leaving eiich e h pin pInout out a trifle tnt
until the thread Is carried c ctrred rr d all round roun d
5 t and the circle Is filled j 1d nd fastened astenei I
when all are pushed pushelln in flat Bands 13 nd8 pf orten ten
erlffo are made over similar fOunds unda
tl tJopsol tions pas of the desired lengthyand width 1
theadvantago the advantage being thatsuph that sih a four
dation may ay be used us lIndeftnlt indefinitely JY There Ther 1 I
Jja Jaa Ja a jtaginatlori P1 Jna JoIi in h the doing daln Pf Qtt oftenerlil tenerlffe nerltre J
e
work WOtkWhJ ork which h makes it Itan ari ut attractive a oc 0 < ¬
ct cupation patiOn and which has caused tenerlf
almost completely to take the place
Qt of renaissance Tennlss ncewhlch which once was such a a
fad d among makers of fairy work
The Ruff Most Popular
The Elizabethan ruff is a fad which is
on trial among smait smart women at present
The he Elizabethan ruff is nothing nothln more nJOr
nc nor r less le iS at present than a pleated pleat drur ruf ¬
tie fteo of linen l linen nen tulle or orlace lace fastened to the
base bB baseof se of an ordinary o collar It sets setsout out
stiffly l1fflynbout iffly about the th bottom boltOmot oC o the thethrQnt throat
and ur d gives the gown a dressy dress touch tQ1 n But
to what it may mayd develop velop no n bile on O1 < 5an an
guess gu ess In the matter of graces It It has
nothing no thing to recommend it itandlth and it has s
most bst decidedly the effect of the thetan fancy 1
paper t per ro round nd a a nosegay before referred
tp Q or of haying hnlngbeen having been put Pn on as an
afterthought ait af terthought rthoughlandwlthoutany and without any ny regard to
the 1hefrock th e f frock with wl1lch which it is worn Cer
telnly inly it makes any but uta a very ery beautiful
woman oman look old or at least oldfashion ¬
ed Being Be1 gsmarf smart however how however ver that great
flock ock ck bt Of women women who look upon up 1 them ¬
selves selveSl lves JIB is 5 fashion plates rather than as
works workEu orks of < if art will wlHwenrit wear it for a time at
any an ny rate r te
Large Bow BowT Ties esQack Back
Large bowties bowtlesareongemorepopular bow ties are once more popular
There here e is no nowoman woman liy llvlng llvingto instp tqWhOli whom a a
bow ew under the chin isnpt becoming o Jlns j jand and d
so these th sesoft soft pretty 11Iettybwsof bpws bows of ofsilkerpO silkcrepo silk cr po
de e chine lace lacea and d chiffon chIffo n will wllU wiflundetbt un ndffi doubt Qt ¬
edly ed ly have h v a lon lpng long g run Most os of ot t1 them m
come co me tttr ftlched yhed bed to tot11esm the smarter irter stocks sto ks
They ThevS hey gv t nnlshed ftnlshedwilh with lace embroidery
or tenerJ tener tenerte te Ee and u une never ne r by byariy any chance
are re two > hds alike aUke 4
The pique pique SIOUK stock 10 isstJU Is Dm still the mo v vw proper w thing
for fo r morning wear wt lr with the tallored taUQr d gown
or trotter To a tailormade gii1 ID I there
l lfmnnr fmnnr lrrr tVlOT than fVliSA these
is nothing more becoming
snowy sn owy pique plquest stocks cks with wl f11 f11their their expanse
of f white ascot With some of them
come come ome ascots scotso of Persian l silk sUkor or of otncat neat
blue bl ue and white polka dots The b beauty auty
of f a stock however like llkethe the beauty
of f a mans linen lies entirely in its
freshness fr eshness stiffness and perfect shape
Without W ithout these it Is a failure
For the Fluffy Girl
The Th soft s ft delicate bo bob b or or tie of cream
with adellc delicate te bit pf
or r white worn wQrn wIth a
ruching ruc hing sewij seW sewil in at the he throat thro is s the the
most OStbec ost becoming omlng thing th ingon on the tl19marK thu market et for f r
the he fluffy girl In tact an adjustable
stock tock of any kind is Invariably Inva ably more
becoming and shapely than thana a stiff collar
built uilt upon a boned bon droun foundation atI nandbows and bows
and an n d jabots are a n boon to the hollow
chested and thinc thincheeked heeked
But whatever the stock tock and andwhoeyer whoever
the he woman who wears it the most she
can an do even by her mightiest efforts
Is to hide the break between head and
ody d cover the chasm of ugllnessand ugliness and
preserve reserVe an approximately graceful out
Une ne With this in view she must study
Jlrface iiur er 5 face liruv herfig her ti figure re her frocks and her
complex mple mpIex ion Io Even the way in which whi h
she he docs doesherhair d es her herhair hair will have something
to o do with the good oodor or bad effect of
her hercoHar er collar Many ny tL ft girl who can wear a
round low collar with her tresses knot ¬
ted ed low at the t e back b1ckQf of her neck nc K wQuld
look Ie ok like a apostcrgir poster sn1 gir lhlth l in the th same frock Crp ck
Is ifl V high I K The orilv only nly
when w hen her er hail piled
thing ing to do Is to establlshftn est es bllshnn jimaginary jmagin ty
outline such as ah an nlirtis atrtfet trtistwould4raW t woula wo l qr araw
of f a apicturegir1and picture girl and then tl1 nto to proceed proc ed
to o fill out and take t ke in until this out
line ne has become b tome a n areality reality
USEFUL HINTS
An A i Oldtime Rule for Starc h
A good oldtime housewife offers the
fo1J9 foljp ollowing wing rule rul for Qr starch Mix one o e ta ta
blesjjoonjfu b qf f star jitarsliwithfour tarclji JJwith w ith v four table tnbl
spponfuls of cold witcrand waiter woter and pour on
this Th IS three quarts quartsof of boiling boUngwater water Boil
Cor or twenty minute Then a add dd onv on tea
wpoonful of salt and a piece of ofp paraffin raffin
wax w mChlthe axha1t haif the size of1 of a anutmeg nutmeg Stir un ¬
til n the th the wax tlx is dissolved dlssolvedtheneool then cool and
strain through cheesecloth chees clotb To add las
terspak ter 4 4sQilkc sQilkc theartlcles the articles in this preparation
for or six hours
A A Poultice i for fpr t Burns 1ttihs
Try a poultice of tea t aleaves leaves as asFLcure av i cure
for f or burns and scalds Pour boiling wa ¬
ter t en over the tea and as soon as the
leaves eaves are soft and after they have
cooled c off a little ittle form orm g fJp poultice ultlce of
hem t over the burn and cover with vithcot cot
toit on The Th pain it is said will stop im ¬
mediately fl1cdlately J
A A Cleansing Bath Bath
A small sm 1i teaspoonful t asP 9 9n n f fui ui of pfpulyerlzed pulverized bor bo ¬
ax pr ft tei teaspponful te hpoonful p opful of ammonia in In I z
lwnshbw1 washbowl of r tepfd thpdwater water watermalES makes a gqoc g0
cleansing cleansl g bpthfor bith for the tJ1e elck
To Prevent rev nt Chilblains
It Is l said Ba ad JdthJlt that 1hl thin J1 J1sl silk sl k stockings i
worn yo yol you l under u der t the leordl ordinary rurycQtton cotton stock
ings l pgS gpenhlblaIns will prevent chilblains as well
keep ke pthe < lie feet warm
Dish f for or ra an n > I inya Invalid iy4id iid
Sago jelly Jellisa is a nice dish dishtdtdn X for t sin nlnvaUd invalid
Add six tablespoonfuls tnblcs oonful jyt pCSageto sage to
quart quartof of boiling water watcrnnd and nJ1ds stir lr fre re
i1Quently quently until unUl it t has formed ormeduthick a thick jelly jellyn
Sweeten with Jth five or six tdblespoonfuli
ofougar of sugar and flavor with vanilla nut
meg m S cinnamon or lemon Pour it lt
small molds mol s WhIle it Is still hot hotnn an <
when cold serve S rv with a littlecream little cream
THE HISTORY OP CHAMPAGNE CHA tPj > GNE
TJcII WO oos o HONKS ONKS i in
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Ex Extri trp
The qualities of fruit an and ds s <
for forFrenchChaIJ1pagn Erench Champagnes have
an d careful cultivation ultivatlon In 1ntheo n the o l
of the makers of Great GreatVestern Vestern V stern
These natural conditions condl o ns
secrets secretsof of this delicate art knov
have havercsuJted resulted in this superior C
make
The purest Champagne ChaTf1pa nc
de1i delicious ious In Inflavorandboq flavor and boque boqu i
Champagne receiving receivi g a gold me m
foreign goo ds at half the pr ies
Try lryIt It On QnYo You Yo
PLEASANT VALtEY VA VALtEYWZNE LEYWlNEC9 WINE CQ
Sold everywhere cvcrywh re by T3ea
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i i CALLING CALLINGCOSTUMEOFBROADCLOiB COSTUME OF BROADCLOTH
An Ar exceedingly e ex eceddln x ceddln glystyltsh stylish stylish costume c st t tm m ie of o Iltghtwclght Ushtwcight broadcloth broadclQthWlS c was shown shois a by a i
leading shop sQ9pa at t tanadanc anadanc an advance opening openinfrO of Imported gowns > <
The skirt Is Ispalnwl plain with h little straps straps near the top held Jri Jnplac lnplaceby place Iby b tInygod tiny go gold ld
buttons b ttons The Theattractkehodlce attractive bodice bodicehasa hus h3sa a bib ib front of heavy ecru cru 13ce lace below belwWl1lch which
is a vest of golden gotdenbengaline bengaline JRevers R v rgf of cloth run from shoulder shot ider der tp to waist Walstllnl line
with three thr g little IitUcstrops straps just j st below bust b stllne line Similar decoration Is used on the
deep cuff cutard and collar co fpr
IBestQualiluofPrettu Best Qualitu of Prettu Prett Silk
Umbrellas U at Bargain Prices No1
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Inyentories T nYf1f ri of their umbrella Umbr el1 1 stocks sto C S Snave
Have just j st been taken t k n In the th shops and an l SI I
therefore there fienow now is the time for f lr UtE the bar ¬ t
gain tml Hunters 1 intdiu nte s to go forth fo h and obtain
really reallygo good il ilalue values alue Silver Slh r li handlel ndl
umbrc umbrellas 1las with desirable designs may ma
ibe had for half or third the original
J price and If one one is is isnot not too toopatth particular ular
I as to the handle many odd kinds of
leftovers leftoversaremared are marked down wonder ¬
fully
Each season brings with thjb thregular tls regular
stock tock certain certaInnovelties novelties in it1l1anr lian < leSiwh5 1esw lleswhLh i h
are nrepuCforthtenfatlveh putforjLh putLorLhtentatlvely tentatively to tes test est t theli thet h f
selling value nllie Sometimes these the e njew 1 w
ideas Idel1sare are liked likedanlsnappedul and snapped up quic Q quickly lckly kly
that means of course c Qrse rushed r1JBheaQr orders der to
the th factory for r a further f1Jrtherft11 supply > ply1ut But
If these these patterns patternsdo dp riot notPe pjease custom c stom ¬
ers and are left unsold until 1ln pl this time
of the year they th y are ar put but O bCfn i on on the
counters with the rest Of of the old stock
toj to tobe be so sold qId ld off for much less than their
actual fvalu value
At 9n one shop they the are selling s now n cfw num
bern of crystal handled han led umbrellas u
which were marked originally 12 for
just half that sum These are beauti
fully made of heavy quality silk sUi with
the desirable e tight tlghtroll roll They are in n no
wise v1ebehln Ire behind lfihe the time either as fashion
ruii iiri iUitr t for some H ome of the newest newe8 tand and smart m art ¬
est st models show sh w the thEfcr crystal 5t handle but
this t 5 special pecIal19t lot found no sale at the first
price And nd the he big houses do not care to
carry stock stoc kOVlr over a season seu > on
At another shop spm6 m very veryhnndsome handsome
umbrellas umbr l1as for men are being b lng sold oldat at al ¬
most onethlrdoff onei onethird thlrd off These The e have heavily
reppussed repQussedhandles handles and are of first qual ¬
ity silk their only disqualification being
the tiny scratches on the silver wnlch
betray their departed newness
Among the new neYum1 umbrellas > rellAs whlcjtare which are
I juJit being shown is one of silk iri in green gI en
violet yiOlet black or blue with handle or o
enameled nameed wood to match This Is in ¬
tended for f rduty duty in storm and andsunshtne sunshine
and IS ISi i dainty in appearance as well weHas as
S serviceable servlcQableJt It Is much lighter than than the
L sun Umbr umbrellas JIas hitherto hlthertosoldfo1the sold for the
same purpose The new model sells for
from 15 5 to ISO w ti the heslJk silk being belngcspecfaUy especially
prepared to stand the wear of pad
I weather
Handles arc all very long this season
One Onemay may buy bu them th m5 separately Parat ly and an have
them covered with wlthany any co eoor lor preferred
The enamel woOd In rt all U shades sh siiads d s will be
very ery popular Jt 5 Is being b lng used a gre
deal eal for or the folding umbrella which ii I
how sold for one in ones suit suitcas case Both Bothpa para
riipls Jols oIs and umbre umhrel1aS llas are made with
folding handles
Carved wood will be the most
of all umbrella and parasol handles
season The more grotesque grotesquethede the desigi
the themor more It will be liked i One odd han
die was formed of a group of tiny bull
dogs apparently appa crrtly ready to bark at eacl end
other ot er Carved ivory takes the thcshapo shape p
queer Chinese faces or writhing drag
ons Smoked ivory which resemble
beautifully colored meerschaum II1 rschaum is com
bned hLeedwith L1ed with silver in some rich designs
Quaint knotted and gnarled > d woods woo s ar
highly hlgbl polished ollshedor or sandpapered into dull
I smooth surfaces which make goodlook
i ing handles Teakwood and sandalwooi
I are used on some of the finer ftn prmOdeIS models
Prices of umbrellas have the wldes
sort of range They may be bough
from rota four dollars d onarsto to thirty t hlr sv thO those S e
have the tight roll bringing bring rin ing 1ng more
the other varieties varl ties
THCHflilTHYST TH1 711ITHYST VOGUE
Smart Women Wear the Amethyst
All Occasions
Amethysts have hL e become suddenly
rage r ge here and are even more popula
I I abroad abroad In England the vogue Is
I Itrlbuttd trlbuttd tributed to thefavor the favor recently r ecently s tiown s1 own t
I Ithis
this charmirig purple stone by Quee
Alexandra In Paris it Isstated is stated
Queen Helena of Italy Ital Is the distil dls
guished wearer of the stone who
chiefly brought it Into fashion
There has been a long period of <
fpr or the amethyst Two or three thre
tlons ago it was In the highest favo
and briddSt briM bnid were wer as pleased to receive
set eetas as brooch earrings and
were then called in this stone as in a
most any other save the diamond
The form formJn in which amethysts
chiefly favored in Paris is as rour
beads threaded of a a size to He round
base ba e of the collar In the daytime or i
the pit of the throat in evening attire
Necklaces of other kinds of stor
beads are being well patronized Ja
from China or its near relative Ne
Zealand greenstone Egyptian carnelia
lapis lazuli and for those whose whin
are not affected by the depth of tl
purse required tosaUsfy to satisfy them cabocht
emeralds omeraldsirr irregular gulaI turquoises turquolsesftnc fine ne pit
coral or real amber for the new
chain necklace
SATIN S SATINrOR TI L TOR FqR BRIDES
The Modish Bride Still Gives This TII i
Lovely Fabric First Choice
Fashionable Paris aris says that satin is
de rlgueur rigueurfor for this thisspr springs ngs bride
To be sure sur it is tsa a new satin a aaa satin tln
soft and supp supple le to a degree d gree iirfknpwn 111 kn9wn to
the thesatln satin of otyestrday yesterday Liberty LIb ty satin
having considerable body b dythoughvon though won i
derfully soft oftn oft and d graceful is preferred
by some fashion autocrats atitobrntswho who con ¬
sider that with all a ll Its suppleness suppl n s Jtre it re ¬
tains a richness lacking In the thevery very
lightweight Hghtwelgh satins that h t are even newer
than thantheLlb the Liberty rty and ndnres are scarcely arcelYheaV heav ¬
ier than thancrop crops or or slUt s1lkinOusselin mousseline moussel1n
Among Jhes these very v ry llgh lightweight twelght weddlng
gown stuffs stu ffs riot only satin satfncharmense channense
and the other therexttcmeIy extremely light satins
but butc chiffon iffon mousseline mousseUnesatln satin gauze and
other othe1sheer sheer white stuffs i3tutfs1rer are reckoned
and a dbcaut1tul beautiful filmy fUmygownsarecr gowns are created ated
from rott1 them usually uUallywlthan uau lly with an accompani ¬
mont entof of much Inuc 1ha handwork dworkan and detail In
contrast ntmst w withtheseverlty with ith the severity of the thesa satin t tn n
models
F For r Informal l weddings we ddlngsand arid for S or very
girlish br brides ides sheer gowns gowns are especially espec ially
appropriate AI Pli > prlate and nd such gowns gOW 9 are re more I1oro
readily rtf ddy utilized after the wedding Wed wedding Ungfor for
evening an d dinner wear but for th the
formal fdrmal f iunal wedding gown gown pure pl re an and d 4 4s simp s simple le
satin is recommended r com II IIen en ded by the most fash t sh ¬
tunable dressmakers r1tess makers
VERNAL mT CHAT
A couple of rosette bows bowsadom adorn lh the
back pfa of a smart smar hat ha1 They ii sie te > made m dc
of o r rB B suc such h ex ex4siely quisitely gpf JelYsoft soft oft r iib ibbon n that
there thett J7 J Sityerir wery little bulk to th tha nearly
j tlpzen Qloopsand of loops and three ends that thatfonn form
each e ii i pf them 111cm JEach Eachendls end Is cut ctI in nfive five
points polIi s The The hat hat by the way wa boasts
four corners
jn In Inthe the th new n ew sailor sa nor hat 1Ltw w which hich hlc is f built
up up high at the back and is Is short in
front we have have quite the late latest st varla ¬
tion U nu upon on one of 9fthe the famous hats bat of
the time of Louts Loulsxyr XYL The trimming
is mostlyunder mostly under the brim
Dainty DalntypIQuaI1 piquant faces fqce after having
been beenovershadowed overshadowed by immense Immen e hats
w Will ill be enhanced by the tiny polo and an l
kiridred klildr d hats which are the most charm ¬
ing of headdresses A wing of Mephis
tophelian pointedness PQint dne5S is at the leftof left of
the most mostre recent cent example
Crinoline Crinolhieiind and hair straws are made mad
up Jplnt9 Into the th inpst mstIi1odis most modish J1mUl millinery nery
1 Very many of the hats batsIn in fact nearly
all a allrest rest upon a hillround a ilround bandeaux an
Inch inclor or more or less in height This
means m ln that they do not presa on the
hair even ven though the brim dip dOdd ¬
edly
It Is noted that trimmings trlrnmlngsdo dp not
stand out In Ina a way to disguise ihe i he a
shape s ape of a hat Rather do they th yfolluw follow
and adorn it
Heavy ribbon arrangements have gone
out along l ng with the high crowns tirowns Ribbon
trimmings are all dainty Some toques
are made II1adeen entirely ircly of ruffled ribbon
An odd trimming of one toqpe to be
worn with a tailormade consists in
three quills quUlsmlnus minus all all feathers These Th g
plpestenis are tip tilted in the fashion f shbn
of a quill
There Is much disagreeing on the tl1es sub b ¬
ject jecto of color colorDAe One authority states that
strong strongcolQrs Colors nave ilg e pushed push dout put of cur cur
esteem te m the pastel astelshades shades Another Anoth i
t holds < I 1s < just the reverse r vcrse Be Bebyeen tween we
shlll shall nd no doubt continue to dp as we We
please plea5
HOUSE HOUSEIfOLD 1OLD CHHT CH T
Burn pine tar occasionally In a sick
room It 1tl8 Is an excellent disinfectant
i and it also induces sleep
f A A good furniture polish poUahconslsts consists of
j two parts of raw rilw linseed 1fnseedoll oil and n one
turpentine Mix Mivtharoughly lfx thoroughly by shaking
Apply ppy a thin coat w ith a flannel cloth
3 and and then rub thoroughly and briskly
I with wlth8 a dry cloth
1 i Some housekeepers houseke pers always make a
point of buying their soap in large larg quan
titles as n they th e3 say it improves with age
jj When Vhenblankets blankets are to be washed aShed
n the theftrst first time they should first flrst be soaked
overnight In cold water and then rinsed
This T is is to remove the sulphur sul1 > hur used u sed in
the bleaching bleaching After this they should b <
soused sousedunut until clear In a lukewarm n lath
made with boiled soap and andwater water an
n n then thC rinsed well weUinclear in clear water
It Js is literally Hte Uy true that a new broom
sweeriS swe I clean lean If a new broom is ex ¬
amined w the ends of the straws will
e foifid fouuJO to be straight and the br ush
r square sQ areAtter After it has been used a
t the encs split and become sham p anc
the shape of the brush brushbecomts becomes IrregU
0 1 lar To renew the youth of otthe the broonr
n dip It in hot soapsuds and trim th <
Ltlsoftened Lt softened straws to the proper shape
I L Who has not been annoyed by
prints printsdrawIngs drawings or other papers pa rs which
LS having been rolled for some time <
1 i to tolIeftat He flat when in use And yet RI itli it
mt t a very yeryslmplematter simple matter to straighten th <
taper so that It will give no mon
1 l
trouble
r Hold the paper by the comeTsor corners or
a the ends and draw drawdown down over oye the sharj
it corner of f t the a drawing board or ortable table t
I else lav 10 the hand on the sheet at th <
table tab l j tfge Clg eand and draw the sheet througl thrO
e the of other her In this way It can be easil
Ld i d straightened tralgit ned
10 For FortbJ th thp trained trnin d nurse it is possibly
it greatest grOatestsecret secret to to be earnest yet ctcheer Cheer
ful to appreciate the gravity gravltyo of
IB case and to find readily the right
le of comfort In light doubtless short
w particularly In JnaU all curable diseases it i
n really no trick to point with certaint
is and confidence to convalesence
ic this conviction the right words sugges
in themselves them clves It Is more difficult wit
ik those thoseseerely severely sick slckto to give
id words ords with cheer than to the doubtful
fearing mind of of incurables
the No1 to1 France o f long lon g gag ago ag seeking FOR IN
A U OU8A1101
vabbe y v abbey r rs s saw awqyhite a w whitedove hite dove ve settle
pof p 3 of a tree
vas as heeded and nd here h re arose rqse t the e
ters ofUautyillersdes ofJIautY111er des
hichle hichlead scene o lexpe to experiments = the thediscovery r rme discovery me = nts in F if r it r r S souvenir 0 U ye ti i i
san an and anda d da a fter many cen 1
ection as found today to day in yf 0 f Washingto W VYash as h iii i n
r 1estern estern Ready Readyfor for f r Mailing
jrt
v
> Uthat ilthatbave JJu have vcrna made d e fame fam e
eenAttaioe eeix attaine tta1nc d dafter 4 4after after long OalB C II at t
d dNeWYoricvineyards i New eV Y Yor orlt k vineyards a a ad it
nblned inbln d with the theancIent ancient
TIi n < arid andpractJce practice d dby by us II
hampagrie agn agne of American e S S St tares
most loger I fl g e r o res
of > f ariy x1y country o
Tile The only onJyAmerfcao American
dal at Paris Parlsb better terthan than 1
r Ta ble 616 a Ninth St 1 N W 3063 M St N
JoleMakcrs Bo1e M kers RKEIMS RPEIMSN NY Y
leraJ era in Fine FineWn Pinewnc5 Wines s 1118 14 I4th h Si N Na NW a W 229 229Pa 229PaAveS Pa m Ave AveS I E
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I Analysts AnalystsExpertsand ExDerts and counotiiurs Conoiurs
Pron Pronounce punce them the th purest pUrestmost most healthful he lthful aM atlt Dlelicio1 lelic S
teas in 111 in the world
u h
SALAD 1
GEYL CEYLON r ON AND INDIA TEAS
Black or Natural Green Sealed S Wed lead leadc packets only GOo
and iid 70c 70cper per lb By all grocers Tria Trial l c packets pa kets tOCt lOc iOc
Received Receiv d the helghestAward Highest Award ward and Gold Medal ItledatatStLoui at St Loafs Exposition J x positton itIon
L
Peter Grogan Credit Crediff for r All Was Washington hingtoit
I Furniture <
and an d Supplies
for Marc h 4
Our ijur Credit CreditPrice Pr Prices ices are ar the t ecasb cash prices pi i
other ther stores ston s They are tOper 10 per cent cen less Iessthan than
those thoseofotberstoles of other stores jfyoupay if you pay the bill within
30 day days da ys
Woven W ycnWIre Wire SpringLS3 Spring s4t35cash cash VLSO LSOoncrt 150 on credit
Woven WovenWlre Wire Springs made madeespoclally especial especially lor us strong stronganddurableU5G and durable J45C 45S
cash 55 5 on credit credlteQIal equal to the thebtsts1 best spring > r1ngsoldelsewhereat sold elsewhere at 5JSO 50
Couches o chesaf at all prices prlceHrom5 from rota 53 5 to 1070 S7 70
RemaLrkably RenJ rk bly good goodvalu values s at 1260 1250 nm > < >
I00plece l iOpi p pfg fg fg1In Dinner 1In nerSets Sets JG75 675 cash Cashi50 750 10 10tJf Of ° jiscount i 5vU CKVSt Ult I I
on credit Better qualities quaUtlesataU at all M 1C O 4 l lon B
prices prIceu1 Up > to toSW 585
Iron IronBds Bedsteads substantially ma made fo for Cash Cash With wthordOl OCderfe order <
and not bought for fora aV a sale ale l58 158 art > TJL
or ° r Within s4ti th In 30 d 7f 7 7L L
cash l75on 175 75 on credit qtliersataU Others at all I WI oei aaySJ uay ay
prJ prices vai i l ls lU lfrom sup U up fromW to W 35 35 tof ExcepUonaIlygood Exceptionally f fptIonal5r s good ° ° Per Cent CentifpaidwitH if paid WitH
va vaw values vaIuesfrom5to2O w s from fromto from 5 to toK K 20
Brass Bedsteadsnot thncheap the cheap in In n 60 days ays and an and5 5 Per er
light department d p rtment store kind kind but Venr Can Ce nt It i 1 if f paid pa pat nn 1 frt d Txr Wltmn W wi itbin ifKin ill
the heavy substantial guaranteed
Qualities quaUUesallprlces all prices up to to75 75 h 90 9 days
Diningroom DlnlngroomChahs Chairs of so solid lid oalc oakirom irom
HQO ioo to 1600 1600
China Closets ClosctsatlIl at all prices up to 75 75 Beauties at 20 to 50
WarmComf9rts Warm Comforts from 5150 150 to 8 8
6piece Parlor Suites S ites p60 1750 to 150 350 Exceptionally good goo d values 1uesat at
prices prlcesrnnglng ranging from trom f 35 to tolOO 100 3piece 3plecesultes suites at all prices rlces up to 5100 100
PETER GROGAN
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FREE FREEl I FREE I FREE fifEIr 1 r in 0 fa iii
by Teeth pnr JU Extracted EttracteaPree Painless 1nl aBMe Meth Pxse tli ¬ STYLE S T Y L E 122 t
f od odwhen whsa otter work Is
QtIu done done Parlor Organ rgan With Mirror t1irrorpront Front >
For F r a a as s short time vte wew Will will l lmakea8e make makea8e a set et of tie t Is j the th greatest t bargain arsa 1ga t1irrorprontf in nev ever r offer offe ff I ¬ f
Best Teeth 500 00 ed to the public JIandsomocase handsome case
22K 22 K Gold Go IdC Crowns rowns J30Q f300and 300 and t5OO 300 x J fine fln e rich nc n tO tone n e eleven stops con con ¬
Gold fillings tlll1n 100 LOOupotber up upother other fining filUngs1Sc 1 73c taming talmngcouplers couplers
and flOO 100 Pain less Extracting Extracl ng SOtv 50c ordinary value 100 100 ij < f fJ
Office bours 830 1l a tnto In to 6pm S p rn SundaY + 4 to I2 12 Our special tJj r fJO O 00 00Office 1
front 10 to 2 Female attendants price
W WASBINGTOIT SRniGrOlf DE15rTAL DRITAL PARLOBS f Terms Te rms 10 10 cash casham b a weekly wee19
NE Co Con 7Ur Zthxnd Ih and E ass s JfWV over A Atlantic =
J JIh and andPacifi Paciflc l 1Ifl 1IflX 1IflJt Tea X Jt Coa CosStote lo Store EFDr E F Ions U
i j Droop O uP on S Co Cot O t
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923925 f23925Pa Pa Ave f
3 for 25c N Stelnway StelnWaYandOth SteinwayaimdOtherplanog and Other frPI Pianos I io s
Regular lOc packages of fancy to ee te > at 0 011 II
groceries ocerlesthree three for a quarter
until closing time tonight
Great Atlantic and andPacific Pacific Tea TeaGJ 83 G e e 000 t eo 10 0 t
flaln n Store storccor7thanfS Cor 0 7th and B e
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t
Tou can buy a slightly f
used piano here novr for
a fraction its worth
Some of o t the Pianos iaI9 you
wouldnt know had been
used particularly the T Fan FancYWhiteChinaBowi ancy CyWhitechlnaB White China Bowl 0Wl 1 1c c
11 and Pitcher 100 100 value
pianos that hat Jiaye v been 1
IA out on rent Hudsons Hudson 9 9s s Variety Store l
t V l l416SeventhSt 416 416SeventhSt Seventh St t V i
I t C 0 0 0 t 0 0 e a t
THE LEADING HOUSE HOUSExctmc EAniLE SSDXTBACrlNGPBmI xctmc in
S When Whenother other work is done doneTbfJ This
In the South Dealing In In China Chlnaa and nd w week eek we will make e the follow fOllO V
I Glassware Glassware Kitchen Kitch Jl Utensils etc < i j f tj lug inducements for firstclass
I J23L Lowestprlces Lowst i Owest prices rices for or the best good go oods ods DoUb b w > painless I J g gT T peg g Dentistry t i 10 sig set ig
I Double DoU DoUeSucu eSucu Suction 55 Teeth pe without plates Pl s J10 10
S S DULIN DULINJU MARTIN tn MADTINCO MADTINCO1255PSI JU JUA A RTINCO RTINCOt21SP CO I HSf 121418U t21SP 1255PSI St h j i any anynumberof Pattons pattonsUmon number of Union teeth teethGold Gold GoldCrOII1S Dental DentalParlolS Crowns Parlors 22 22k 2k k 3
no28tf 910 10 F St St JT W
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