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THE WASTTIXOTOX TTWES, SUNDAY. SEPTE3IBER 20MM4.
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Martial and Araand show the ilr-jH" In length the narrow skirt is 1ut to the ankles. wide' lipped in the back t Rive room, while it maintains the look of skimplness A a timely suggestion to the home dressmaker, in maklnc up these sheer stuffs, it is vital to eliminate all pos sibilities of tearing, hence the use of 4. Of brijrht pink taffeta, with a pink and black rose for contrast, comes this dance dress ii the he?t style of the house of Premet. The skirt drapery is miffed aronnH the the 'woman who is seekins: Individuality in (lios. l"ur the dress siik frock that is a necessary adjunct to eterv wardrobe, the figured and plain pu.sy willow taf fetas, a lustrous as charmeuse, are equall charming in draped or tunic designs. Crapes, too. maintain their tootle. osprc".ill in the effect-; found in mandarin and Kg.ptienne np-. lioth plain and fig ired Man of the r.msmris nae !nfd silk cishinrirs in heavy weight for drrssl afternoon costumes that are worn with velvet coats This pnmts aK to the I'arli favor for fall velvets. Fall Colorings. Beside the--o wonderful figured com binations, tho general color tendency Is toward bright shades for afternoon and still brighter for evening One of the i seasi'ii s impo d frorks was shown in i ine nirii' taffeta. iHustrjitinr tli xigi e ' for Y: r oi taff tas for evening wear So1-' i ' r" in . i tiieM f,f dir Jha'les j are the thing for street wear with green perhaps u the fas i.onihle lend Eussian influence in this drus of ,'"Ps ana ta'is in icn- mi-sian tunc. plain and mexixe si'ks. The bodice, j x ne bodice is surplice and nade uabque in enect. oy tne wine sasn tied in the back. Short sleeves are flounced with tulle. 8 J5 T? ft TTb. wn rt WlfTT? AKIAWE AUPI Quite Natural. A trained ostrich recently disconcerted its exhibitor at a music hall by continu al! endeavoring to break away from all re.stralnt and to climb over the foot lights into the orchestra. The widely-advertised act came- to aj sudden end. and the proressor emergea from behind the curtain and apologized for the actions of h.s pet In about these words "l-ydies and gentlemen, hi am -ery sorry to disappoint von this hevenlns. AVc are compelled to ceaso our hen pagement nntll the management lien gages a now orchestra leader. "The one at prse.nt hemployed 'as no 'air on top at takes hit for World. I w? onrl mv Klnl a hfrffg".' New Totlc The Polite Jap. "In your country you compress tho women's feet, do yon not?" "No, madam." responded, the Japan ese. "That is, or rather was. a Chi nese custom. In Japan we allow our ladles' feet to grow to their full size." And then, after a bow, he added in the politest of tones: "Not that they could ver hops tcv rival yours, maoam. 1-nua.aelpnia Record. in.-stxaight loose Oriental lines, trim mod with black and gold embroidery, r-arries a contradiction in the long olose sleeve. The skirt is cut with 8 flaring tunic that falls in cascade c feet at each side. kohlnoor snap fastener, which has become so general Not the least of the gauzy effects in the earl development of froks that look toward Palm Reach season and for informal dinner and party frocks Is the use of delicate machine-embrnldered fabrics, charmingly combined with silks and laces. Mexican Designs. Of the new dress fabrics f'gured ef fects are ery mut h the vogue ana hae the sanction of the best Paris dressmakers. None of these stJffs are more strikingly handsome for entire snd absence of curve at the hips. Two 'nportant style changes arc the re- Jt. The so-called debutant slouch s parsed Into oblivion, higher corsets re a fashionable necessity-to maintain ' . raised bust lmc and the closer aSsl The high-cut should r. the high mhole ai'd the high-et sleeve are "omSnert in dresses as in coats and Its, ard have the general tendency increase the long, round effect nnd be low waist line, the fashionable "ai-rt 1 ne at present Russian Influence. The Oriental nnuenee iri'iv nave ,. . , - , . t-own awav from the --lopp-." rffrct. I outlining tne figure, is here hown It is sti'l strongly evident in the usslan tunic and the Poss'ick bodice blch maintain a strong fall vogue in -oit of their great favor of the past eason One reason for the contlnu- ice of the long graceful lines of the 5. The typical basque design, but toning straight down the front and 3 One-piece evening cowr. fiom ".allot Soeurs, silver brocade in the wer part and -silver lace in the ' nude effect" corsage, oiitlin'-s in 'ver trimming'. The lov waist lino jir-; fon v 1 ;t th" fro"t $! av r -rodrt fj 'ncs- i xh- f on -i- -. -' the r.i t and llv Kc-rier:i5 t"''re ln v '" r i he dras? arc distinctly Callot, yr-t le inspiration is drawn from ledieval sources. with side gore-; "eased" with a In of fullness and 'ir, in one with the leng close-fitting sleeves. The skirt in one with tho silk basque, is of serge and iadc with a sash-lilc tunic of self that dips lonp- in tho back and is held un in dianerv. The buttons and the organdii: col'ai irL the only trimming. TORIUM garments and for trimmincs than the Mi'.in and Aztec l--gn- to he fo-ind in il rl 'ilk .il ' r '! Grand Opening Under Same Management W. Maurice Tobin, Prof. Wednesday Night, September 2 3, 1914 Open at 7:30 o' Clock Carnival Features Flower Dance Serpentine Dance Favors Censored Dances Every Evening BOVELLO'S ORCHESTRAL BAND Admission By Card Only Not Public Apply at Box Office All Latest Dances Taught By Experienced Instructors THE ARCADE : Fourteenth and Park Road N. W But Not Alone. There Is In Brooklyn a youns. recently married couple who have been having the usual half pathetic and wholly amusing experiences Incident to some what limited means and total inexperi ence. Last Saturday, there was a hitch in the delivery of the marketing; and Sunday found" them with a practically empty larder. "When dinner time came th younfr wife hurst Into tears. "Oh. this Is horrible! she went. ""Not ,a thin in tnls house for a dog- to eata I am ffolng home to mama: "If you don't mind, dear," the hus- 3 band exclaimed, as he visibly brightened and reached for his hat, "I'll go with you!" Chicago Xews. Misery Likes Company. "Who are those two sad-lookin-- -rem- -en over theref "They're a couple of neighborhood women who always get together to mourn." "Torn by some common sorrow?" "Tear one's husband never comes .home, and the other one's husband "hangs around home all the time." Louisville Courier-Journal- I - -if Tftrrg.T rrrnTiTTTui mi iMLirM-P Russian tunic is Its becomlngnes to w -men of stouter figures and largei Jjs who have, been In despair at the h iffant draperies of tne past season The narrow underskirt whicij still a "nmpaiflpF this Uinir is being trimtn"! Ir some of 'he p.-iris drev-ec to ha he appearirre of n hoot top a puiel P .a nsp.iation The t-iuch of f .r .mm.rics n-ir' of luxurious embroid eries ' ..Ise in line with the tutiian endere 'biMi it furl nor omphMzeiJ r t r 'orm- ef ilIa- Lengthened Lines. !,-in" ine- hae lal-ni tne plaee of r ci., ess of draper of the pntt ni bo'jffant effe ts are the exception -ahet than the rule Long liinir. " erfteri skirts and Cf-.ei joke le- Ki fa' nt the new (,, betie of e ng Tn one of the moM interest "c typet of skirth Mddame I'.hiuiii of "-arls vas taken llbert ulth the nar "o edge and introlu e,i unJsual Mt!i n gores. pleati'ig1-. 'anji circular o n'es. while the long narrow line is preserved to lelou the kner Evening Shecrness. ' Last season we were talking about transparent effects In diess for evening. tMi this year the decolletage is refer red to as the 'nude bodice" etremel ot and held to the figure with strings 'f jewel-, for example Hand in hand with this uncovering is an appropiiate ,ee of chlffony stuffs, chief among them the butterflv marquisettes and voiles, new weaves that have substantial wear ing qualities added to their delightful gauziness and colorings Illustrating the increased shortness in eenlng attire comes an imported frock of -daphne- silk, that diaphanous stuff UiifeeemB especially made for dancing ? tt .... -.. K . i-.-v-. ."fr-.-t"-.".-i"."i".-."."I"I"l" -.-.ri-i"r;-I'i:-.l-i"i"."."iTvHI";"!";-;- r jf 9A New Shop 1210 F Street N. W. Showing of New Fall Suits, Coats and Dresses for Women, Little Women and Misses At Exceptionally Moderate Prices We :irc featurin"; lart-el. this season a uoinlerful selection of suits at $25.00, $29.75 and $35.00 e an: showing four exclusive models in Dresses serge and satin combination, at $16.50, $18.50, $22.50 and $25 i V f f T T .'. i i All colors and sizes. m I1!1 fi iT I-.-tT-.-r.--1 k-ERLEBACHER'S -W-M-!H-r-K"J -H'-l-W'Hvr'H-H S5S52 Wrym Let Only Experts Do Your Cleaning and Dyeing More than half a century ago came into being the foundation of Footer's mammoth dye works. The business grew slowly but surely and has now assumed t remendous proportions, with branch offices in many lead ing cities. In all that time we have maintained but one quality standard the highest and public confidence hascaused the-name of Footer's to become synonymous with only expert-work. CLEANING There is real economy in having your goods cleaned by the correct process. Very often a gar ment about to he discarded can be given new life, if properly cleaned. By means of the methods exclu sive with us we possess the scope for cleaning all sorts of garments and materials, elaborate or fragile textures, such as laces, silks, chiffons, etc., which can not be successfully cleaned by other means than those we use. We specialize on cleaning gloves, furs, velvets, ladies' and gentlemen's street suits, fine rugs and draperies, lace curtains and blankets in short, al most anything. You'll be astonished and pleased at the quality of our work. 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