Semi-Weekly Interior Journal
Stanford, Kr., - May 17, 1895
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KATE GAKDNER'S flAT.
Proeont Modos Enoouragro
viduality in Dross.
The Extremely Vfldo Skirt la Not IisvTlna;
Thlnrs AM lt Own Wr Etpenslre .
Dress rubrics The Proper
Parasol for Summer.
Special Chloaco Letter.!
Thcro Is n certain amount of beauty,
and reasonableness too, in tho present
modes when a costumo Is taken as a
whole; althongh its various parts, considered
separately, would not, I fear,
deserve such praise. Tho enormous
ruches round every neck aro in reason-
able proportion when considered in connection
with the extreme width of tho
new skirts, and in combination with
tho latter the balloon sleeves do not
look tho monstrosities they really arc.
Thero is another plcasinp featuro in
tho fashions of tho hour, and one, I nm
sure, which will recommend itself.
They can bo altered and modified by
the skillful and artistic dressmaker so as
to suit each individual stylo and figure.
That this commendable feature is not
taken advantago of at present can be
noticed in any assemblage of fashionably
dressed women. And right hero I
am led to remark what a pity it is that
moro women, and especially those with
both time and money at command, do
not study themselves carefully and suit
their gowns to their own peculiar style.
Then wo would not boo tho fat sister
and the slender one wearing sleeves
cut from the same pattern, nor the little
woman and tho largo one dressed
precisely alike, tho only variation perhaps
being in tho mere matter of color.
Dressmakers who have Just returned
from Paris loaded down with novelties
for a largo and exclusive clientage inform
mo that all skirts seen there are
wide, but that no two houses design
them alike or stiffen them alike. The
whole matter of skirts Is, after all, one
of individual taste and income. There
will bo quito as many bklrts worn
measuring only five yards at the hem
as there will bo of thoso that flare to
eight or ten yards, and thoso worn last
year will not be too old-fashioned for
this season's uso. I am assured on the
highest authority that no stiffening
will bo used in the skirta of summer
gowns. They are cut close fitting about
tho hips and fall in delightfully soft
folds in tho back from waist to hem.
Now that winter wraps aro a thing
of the past, numerous jaunty and chic
tailor-made gowns havo put in an appearance,
I saw a handsome young
woman exploiting tho charms of such
a gown this morning on Stato street,
and I followed her quito two blocks in
order to note every detail of her frock.
Tho coat and skirt were of Venetian
clloth, green in color bnt very subdued
in tone. The very short coat with
godets In tho back opened over a front
8ILK TAPFKTA 0O6TUMK.
of tucked lawn, and had
a broad collar faced with white cloth
bordered with Persian embroidery.
Tho skirt, which was very fully gored,
thowed strappings of whito cloth
veiled under embroidery, and tho docp,
whito cloth cuffs turned bock on the
sleeves were given n similar flnlsli,
whilo round tho neck was a ruche of
palo pink roaes tied with brood satin
ribbon. It was a beautiful gown beautifully
worn, and, although imported,
it would not bo hnrd to copy. Other
pretty gowns I havo soen
this season aro In plain tweed, mostly
in gray or blue, with full skirts, of
course, and tho new basqned bodice cut
very short and mado to set outward.
This latter, by the way, is a very smart
little garment when buttoned,
and with very largo Dresden
china buttons. Dut it must bo well
cut, and well-fitting, and only adopted
by tho woman of slim and trim out
Tho most popular dress material so
far this season, and ono I havo mentioned
in a former letter, is crcpon.
Indeed, so far is this crar.o for crinkled
effects carried, that merchants havo
great dlillculty in supplying tho demand,
even at what seems nn exorbitant
figure, for you must understand
that a good piece of silk crcpon cannot
bo bought under less than live dollars
per yard. Ulnclc seems to bo favored
above any color, although I havo seen
somo lovely gowns made up in tho new
shado of green, and also in various
blues and grays. I have in mind, moro
particularly, a dainty frock In an exquisite
fihtulo of tan, with trimmings of
velvet, golden brown in color, the overhanging
vest in palo yellow chiffon,
Next in popularity to crcpon aro tho
soft, pretty taffetas. These silks make
a most stylish gown, and a very Inexpensive
ono too when their wearing
qualities arc taken Into consideration.
Tho prettiest of theso silks by all otitis
como in anenttrel3' new coloring called
Madagascar. This new tint is a unique
reddish that shades into a lovely
deep brown. Somo havo perfectly
plain grounds whilo others havo deli
cately tinted chine blossoms showing
amid narrow black stripes. One of tho
daintiest gowns I havo seeu this
season is shown in the picture. It Is
of deep blue taffeta with china flowers
of palo pink trailing over Its surface.
Tho skirt is very wide, made without
stiffening and given a lining throughout
of coral pink taffeta. The waist
has a front of chiffon, and Is shirred In
tucks at the upper portion over a lining
of pink satin. A chic finish Is given to
this bodico bj a ltttlo jacket arrangement
of applique fastened with an Immense
bow of satin ribbon. I might
remark, en passant, that tho ribbon bow
placed on the front of the corsage Is
very up to date, and nil the new gowns,
whether they hall from London, llerlin
or Taris, boast them.
Haircloth at a dollar or more a yard
makes quite nn interesting item In our
dressmakers bill this season. The
price of this mnterial seems to have Increased
with its popularity, I had almost
said necessity, and just as tho
economical little woman was on tho
verge of despair somo genius as thoughtful
as ho was enterprising put on the
market a rather economical material
for swelling sleeves and extending
skirts which, many modistes claim, will
keep its normal position under the most
crushing circumstances. If all that is
claimed for this fabric is truo woman-
SOME OF THE SEW XM.IU.SOLS.
kind will rise up and call the inventor
The lawn collars and cuffs, tucked,
trimmed with laco and elaborated with
fanciful stitclilng, are the Idols of the
hour. A half dozen sets arc none too
many to buy If ono wants to appear
with them always fresh and clean.
I must not forget to mention the
dainty collars of ribbon and the lace
fronts that will bo worn with our new
spring frocks and will also freshen and
rejuvenate old gowns that havo been
worn all winter, giving them quite a
Moiro, chiffon, lace and taffeta are
the fabrics of new parasols. The
gracefully arched frames of last ycai
reappear and tho sticks aro of natural
wood or white enamel and are finished
with carved Ivory or Dresden balls or
elbo with large bronze knobs. Like In
days of dear grandmamma, they are
gathered together by a ring instead of
being allowed to hang looso or held in
place by a bit of ribbon, as was the
stylo last season. Elaborate parasols
for carriage use aro of white chiffon In
many soft pulls and ruffles, with white
enameled sticksand a thin silken lining
of palo yellow, soft pink or other becoming
color. ISIack lace covers aro
again fashionable, and the fancy of the
moment is to mount them on black or
colored chiffon, tho latter forming n
pull and full double rulflo below the
scalloped odgo of tho lace.
parasols aro among the novelties.
With a plaid costume they nrc
very fetching, but ladies of quiet taste
prefer for the promenade one of the
plain but elegant taffeta parasols,
either in small all-over designs or in
very narrow stripes of two colors. A
rosette of laco or chiffon or a small
bunch of flowers decorates ttie top
of almost every parasol, and quite as
often as not the handle Is ornamented
in a similar manner. Kate Gahdnku.
Wood l'sifmrnt In Iiulon.
Tho new tower bridge Is pavod with
the wood of the eucalyptus tree from
Australia. TImj blocks aro about tho
sizo of building bricks and their top
surface has beveled edges, thus affording
horses a foothold. They are fastened
together by pegs put through them and
fitted into corresponding holes in the
adjoining blocks. This wood is a dark
mahogany oolor, is very expensive, but
)icavy and durable. It was laid according
to tho Duffy patent system with
special machinery. Wood Is replacing
stono pavement In many of tho London
streets, but In them it .is laid in a
simpler and less costly manner.
New Automatic Air Urake.
An English Inventor by tho name of
Roberts has Invented an automatic air
brake in which tho weight of tho train
supplies tho power to set tho brakes.
Example for the United States.
In Albania tho men wear petticoats
and tho women trousers. Tho women
do all tho work and their husbands attend
to tho heavy standing around.
Mrs. Gctthere (enthusiastic worker at
church fair) Now, Mr. Sllmpurso,
you really must tako a chnnce in this
beautiful pipe; you really must. Ju it
think, tho plpo Is worth twenty
and tho chances aro only ono dollar
Mr. Slimpurso (edging off) Very
sorry, madnm, but I don't smoko.
Mrs. Oetthere Oh, butyou can learn,
Mr. Slimpurso Tobncco does not
ngreo with me. I would have no earthly
uso for a pipe.
Mrs. Getthcro (struck with a bright
Idea) Well, thcro Isn't tho slightest
probability of your drawing It, you
know. N. V. Weekly.
A Well Known Man.
"I would Hko these poems published
In book form," said a seedy-looking
man to a New York publisher.
"I will look them over, but I can tell
you now I onlj' publish tho books of
literary men whose names aro well
"Then j'ou will publish my poems,
for my name Is known wherever tho
English tongue Is spoken."
"Ah, indeed; what is your name?"
"John Smith." Texas Slf tings.
Tho lady from Chicago
I.et fall a pearly tear.
"I wonder what man's wlfo I'll bo,"
Sho softly sighed, ,netyeaJ',
A IVJNU aeiiKME.
"Why do you tell mo such awful
stories? They make my hair stand on
"Tliat's whv, slrl makes It easier to
cut." Pall Mall Hudget.
The sultan pledged his wine.
"Ily Allah! Tls a foretaste of
The vizier held his glass up to tho
"It is indeed"
Ho smacked his lips
"Most sublime porto!"
An instant later lie was led away for
the bowstring and the sack. N. Y.
"By the way, Uncle Cyrus," said the
hostess, pouring tho tea, "when you
were in Italy did you ever see the natives
"Often," replied Uncle Cyrus.
"James," whispered the lady, "I
think you'd better not help Uncle Cyrus
to any macaroni." Chicago Tribune
After Dinner Speech.
Master of the House (on his fiftieth
birthday, to hb guests) Ladies and
gentlemen, this day fifty years ago,
when 1 first saw the light of thb
world urn, um I did not for a moment
nntlclpnto er anticipate that I
should see bo numerous nud um so
distinguished a company gathered
around me. DeuLsche Warte.
The Worst of It.
"Matrimony Is a game of cards, with
the chances all one t ay," sho observed,
after deep thought.
"Yes. A woman has a heart, and a
man takes it with a diamond, and after
that her hand is his, and, besides, ho
can beat her with a club." Detroit
Jaggs Is Illobbs dumb in hb own
Lagg Practically ho.
Jaggs What's tho matter?
Laggs He promised his w Ife he would
always lbten when she talked. Detroit
Patient (about to havo hb log removed,
cheerfully) Well, doctor, I'm
afraid that I wont be abte to go to any
Dr. Knifer No. After thb you'll
havo to confine yourhclf to hopi. N. Y.
The Volo of Triumph.
Mrs. Kidby Oil, John dear, don't
you hear? How delightfully the baby
Kidby Crows? Ilnmph! I'd crow
myself if I were bons of tho house!
Harper's llozar. ,
"I suppose yon will bo out again tonight,"
remarked Sportington's wile,
"I will," ho roplkxl with feeling,
I manage to hold better hands than
1 got last night," Washington Star.
Mothei' If you aro not good, Tommy,
papa wont kiss you any moro.
Tommy Yes, papa will kiw mo If
I'm not good. You bald tlio cook was
no good ami papa kLsod her when you
were away yesterday. Texas Slftings.
Did Ills Full Duty.
Jinks I despise a man who Is mean
with hb wife. Do you givo yours an
allowance, or what she can whecdlo
out of you?
Filkins Both. Tidbits.
Mother (looking into room) What's
Franklo crying for?
Willy Ho's crying for my cake.
Mother The llttlo pig! Wliat did ho
do with tho ono I gave him?
Willy Oh, I ate his up first! Puck.
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l'leadlns; nt the liar.
Streeter Old Crlinvmltealt used to
bo a good pleader at tho bar.
Meeter Ho is yet. I heard him talk
a barkeeper out of a drink thb morning.
This Is a good motto.
Not learned In a school
"Take time by tho forelock,"
And also tbo mulel
PAID TO KKUP IT QUIET.
"I have heard some rather scandalous
stories about old Deacon Goodman. It
is said that ho has been paying a certain
woman hush-money for wsveral
"Great Scott! Who b fche?"
"The girl that nurses hb baby."
Did Not Know Much.
Maud Sibyl b tho sort of girl Uiat
tells all sho knows.
Marie Yes. And yet sho isnt very
talkative. N. Y. World.
True to Ills Trade.
Tho Mother Yes, onr baby weighed
twelve pounds when it was born.
Tho Retired Butcher (deeply Interested)
Without the bones? Life,
"What makes you think slvo 1ms such
good taste in artistic matters?" snld ono
"Sho lias given up trying to draw,"
said tho other. Washington Star.
The Oenulne Article.
Fntlier Boy or girl?
Father Hurrah for the new iromar.1
DcLrolt Freo Press.
It's Dlfrrrrat Now.
"I'll load the danoc," ho sold to hor.
Her checks cruw rwl, hor eyes erow dim
They're married now, and all la cbaagAd,
And quite a danco she's loading him.
Dehorn 7our Cattle.
I will co to any place where there sre six or
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Dihoruer, Can dehorn any cow In
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cut, dconot crush nor break the horn, as the
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Does not punish the anlnul like tho saw,
and the wound Kcts well ss quick aj(in as that
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