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I Articles and Illustrations Bti
II for Lehi Housewives ad The Sun 1 '
I Tones of Rust
I r Turn to "Brown
y Color, always an Important factor
In fnslilons, Is claiming more tlinn
usual attention tills season. This Is
I? practically tlio first time, notes a Pnrls
I fashion correspondent, that tlio I'nrls
dressmaker has had an opportunity to
, launch absolutely postwar colors. Dur
ing tho years that have succeeded tho
signing bf tho armlstlco It has been
largely a question of using up stocks
of both juanufacturcd goods and raw
nmtcrlnls. Hut throughout tho sea
sons which havo Intervened the French
manufacturer has had tlmo to readjust
himself to n new regime, so that what
Is being shown this winter as novelty
Is actually now. Hcnco tho now col
ors appearing for 1021 nro worthy of
mora tlian passing mention.
Strong, well determined and definite
dcscrlbo tho tones shown on tho color
cards for next spring. Tho cholco of
Iho Paris dressmaker and milliner Is
equally woll denned. Hod Is tho pres
ent winter novelty, and It Is antici
pated that Its favor will bo Increased
In tho spring. In tho new red scries
rust shades still nro Immensely popu
Rust Color Leads Into Brown.
Theso rust tones gradually lead to
brown, a color In high favor and shown
In a very largo assortment of tones,
running from tho deepest so-called
black browns Into high shades that
touch on ruBKt and gold.
Thero Is no rensou wny rod and
brown overshould havo been consld
Coat Drew or Rods Mantcau oy Che
rult Developed In Velours de Lalne
In the New Plantain Qreen.
ercd ns belonging to tho nutumn and
winter. They nro Infinitely moro suit
nblo to wear In tho springtime. When
tho llttlo green buds aro shooting
forth on tho trees and naturo every
where Is putting on new dresses wo
1 feel that wo must bo In keeping with
our surroundings by being clothed fn
fresh now raiment, and no color
adapts Itself so readily and so cheer
fully (o tho mood of spring at bright,
warm red. Nor docs It ever show. off
to greater ndvuntagu than In such n
setting as tho soft green of now foli
age. Later In tho summer, when tho
streets nro hot nud dusty and tho
I lenves parched and brown, red Is not
s attractive.
Green Is another claimant for. fash
Ion's favor and a big fuluro Is prophe
sied for It, particularly tho dark hot
tto and olive shndes.
In tho new cotton mntorlaln for tho
coming summer greens nro prominent.
It Is Interesting to notlco tho exact
ness with which nil tho shades seen In
silks havo been reproduced In cotton
fabrics. Thcro are lovely deep-green
orgnndles, with shadow printings In
lighter shades of the sarao color. Of
course, this treatment Is not confined
to green, for tho now cottons appear
to havo been successfully dyed In
every hue under tho sun, but ranch
moro Is mndo of tho green shndes this
year than for a long tlmo'pnst.
Navy Blue Loses Popularity.
Owing to tho marked preference for
tho foregoing color blue Is less Im
portant. In fact, thcro Is a minimum
of blue In tho new color cards In pro-'
portion to tho promlncnco of tho above
mentioned colors. It will not bo easy
for tho American womnn to depart
from navy blue, which always has
been n favorlto with her. She has
worn It so continuously that tho navy
bluo dress or suit has become almost
a national uniform. It will bo refresh
ing to sco a number of other colors,
for tho ono great criticism of our
dressing Is that thcro Is so llttlo va
riety In It. Apparently every womnn
chooses the sumo color and tho same
model.
In laces, veilings and pattern veils
tho launching of these now colors Is
very pronounced. Lovely laco pat
tern veils In colors nro being used by
tho smnrtcst mllllnors. Manufacturers
aro looking forward to a big mldwln
tcr and curly spring season on col
ored veils. v
Feathers In Qreens and Browns.
Costly feathers, such ns paradlso
and aigrette and their Imitations, aro
no, longer In black, but must bo In ono
of the now dark greens or browns.
Preference Is given for theso colors In
evening headdresses of metal fabrics,
which show a combination of them In
the weave. Deep emerald, singly or
In combination with metal, Is very
popular for evening headdresses.
Prominent milliners aro exploiting
glowing red hnts. Red shades enter
Into practically all embroidered de
signs. Lnnvln Is tanking a big feature
of black nnd whlto and red, and every
where Is found tho sumo evidence' of
marked preference for deep reds, rust
color, dark browns nnd dark greens.
A coat dress or robo muntenu by
Cherult developed In velours do lalne
Is In tho new l'latono green. Note tho
drapery across tho stomach and tho
fact that tho dress Is entirely of
panels, ono overlapping tho other;
nlso that thcro Is u buttoncd-on pant.l
at Iho right sldo only, with no balanc
ing panel nt tho left.
Robe Manteau Paris Perennial.
Thu typo of dress known as tho robe
mantcuu has become n Paris peren
nial. It bus proved so popular that
dressmakers each season present new
types of this character.
Cherult has maijo ntunnlng coat
dresses In velours do Initio. Tho
model described ubove N ono of her
best numbers. It may bo said ta. look
exactly llko n coat, except that across
the front tho skirt portion drapes
slightly In tho now wrinkled stomach
effect and over this falls a soft rovers,
or flap, thus making n slmplo and
clovoi variation of tho cent dress.
Mmo. Jenny also Is vox successful
with the robe mnnteau. She, too,
makes It of velours do Inlno nnd trims
It with fur, but keeps somowhnt to
tlio Itusolnn type, though ono notes
also tho slight Introduction of tho
stomach drapery or wrinkled effect
about this part of tho bddy.
If! Jenny Model in Russian Effect
H i One of Jenny's models of this typo
Hlj J' doveloped In dull red velours do
fyl, ,n,no nn(1 trimmed with moleskin. It
1 ,ms tho crcn8(Hl fullness drawn close
MMfi over tho stomach. At ono sldo Is n
fB'f long sash of tho cloth lined with n
1 , beautiful gray satin. Where tho sash.
BE Is attached to tho dress a bucklo of
J carved shell Is placed.
HI Thcro Is considerable discussion
Bff ovor long skirts, but about tho only
MM places whrro ono actually sees them
H, aro tho dressmaking establishments.
It ) Premet Is among tho dressmakers who
Ek, aland out In favor of the long skirt.
V" Some of her models nro unklo length.
Jhb Just to what oxtent women will ne
Iv cept theso muturo-looklng gowns Is yet
J to a determined
gfr A. model of this character Is do
Mr velopcd lit red laco and black satin,,
wji' The novelty of tho lace, as well ns
fev the form of tho dress, adds to Its In.
Hp tcrcst. The lace Is un all-over pattern
mom and embroidered in gold threads. Tho
W low waistline girdle Is made of How
In ers and beads.
D, lonbcrveUro houses such as Deer
nro keeping to alio sumowhat conven
tional typo of evening dress that Is,
the draped stylo with extreme cleeol
letnge nnd sleeveless bodice. It Is to
bo noted, however, That mnny of tho
draped forms suggest n princess outline.
For the Slender Woman.
A' slender woman would look lovely
In n cronm (ace wnlst cut almost
straight and lined throughout with
cn-po georgette dyed tho exnet shade
of the milt with which she Is going to
wear tho blouse. Tho neckline has n
narrow piping of the crepe georgette
mid the wnlst fastens In front with
tiny buttons covered with this same
cropo georgette. Nothing can trans
form a simple tailored suit. Into n chic
cosliimo like this feminine garment.
New Corsage Effect
One of the newest corsngo effects
shown Is cnlln lilies of black velvet
about which twine doltnely tinted
foliage terminating in ro-ehued pet
als. j
flKlTCnENH
IzIcabinetEj
(CO. 1111, Wcrn Nwppr Unlon.l
"For what avails successes won
If there be nono to care?
It's sweet to know thero's even one
With whom our joy to iharo.
And when deipalr comas swift and
sure
And darks our world awhile, -What
Is It brings the sun onco moro?
A handshake and a smllo."
COMBINATIONS.
The following combinations may not
appeal to everybody, but thero will
BVpppsBH suroly bo ono
kVvN Chinese Chews.
RS! I VxV Tako ono cup-
(iJML SA ful each of dates,
ysSjS and wnlnuts
JKjpV&f chopped, ono cup
ful of sugar,
three-fourths of n cupful of flour (pas
try), ono tcnHpoonful of baking pow
der, two eggs, and one-fourth of a ten
spoonful of salt. Mix all the dry In
gredients together; add the dates and
nuts ; stir In the eggs beaten well, and
bnko In ns thin a sheet as can bo
spread. When done, cut In small,
squares and roll Into balls. Itoll In
granuluted sugar beforo serving.
Cheese Dundles.-Tnko neat strips
of cheeso cut half nn Inch thick, and
roll each carefully In a thin sllco ot
dried boofj lay on slices of well-buttered
whole-wheat bread nnd bnko In
a hot oven six to eight minutes, or un
til tho chccHO melts nnd tho bread
browns. Garnish with parsley nnd
sweet pickles t nd servo with hot choc
olate for Sunday night lunch or sup
per. Mashed Potatoes With Peanut But
ter. Iloll nnd mnsh n half-dozen medium-sized
potatoes; add two table
spoonfuls of butter, ono-hnlf cupful of
hot milk, ono and ono-half tablespoon
fuls of peanut butter, ono tcnspoonful
f salt nnd n few dashes of whlto
pepper. Illend n tnblcspoonful each of
butter nnd peanut buttor nnd spread
over tho top. The butter ns season
ing' may bo divided and used ns a top
garnish. Itrown In tho oven.
Lemon Dumpllno. Mix tho grated
rind and Juice of n lemon with ono
cupful of molasses, onc-hnlf cupful of
sugar, ono tnblcspoonful of butter and
ono cupful of hot water, then mid to
this boiling mixture slmplo dumplings,
using ono egg, two tenspoonfuls of
baking powder, ono cupful of flour,
one-hnlf tcaspoonfut of salt' and milk
to mnko a drop batter. Cover closely
and boll 20 minutes, using enre that
the mixture docs not burn.
, "Wo rlio by the thine that are under
our feet,
By what wo have mastered of good
and of Kaln,
fly the prlda deposed and the pas
sion slain,
And the vanquished Ills that we hourly
moot."
GOOD THINGS FOR THE FAMILY,
A candy that the children may bo
given In moderation may be mndo nt
homo With llttlo
HKSjJIH expense flavors,
KfVJ pkflFjB ma D0 nrtded to
Wr tfrwlivP foundation is
hnvo u clear, bright day for making
ct'ndy, nnd If Inexperienced uso but n
pound of sugar at a time. To one pound
of sugar add three-quarters of n cupful
of boiling wuter nnd one-hnlf ten
spoonful of cream of tnrtor. Stir tho
sugar nnd water until well dissolved,
then when beginning to boll do not stir
or Jhr, to avoid granulation. Test by
using Ico wnter for dipping; this Is thcr
Importnnt moment In fondant making.
When n drop falls In tho Iced wnter.
making a Roft ball which can bo picked
up In tho lingers, remove tho sirup nt
onco from tho tiro and set the sauce
pan where It will cool without being
Jarred. When cool enough to bear the
linger, begin to stir with a wooden
spoon until creamy nnd smooth or It
may bo poured while hot over a but
tered marblo slab nnd worked when
cool, In cither method It should be
kneaded Into a smooth, doughy mass
nnd sot nsldo, well covered, to ripen.
This foundation may be used In all
sorts of bon bons, creams, nougat nnd
fnncy candles.
Oat and Cornmeat Muffins Melt
two tnblespoonfuls of shortening In
ono cupful of hot cooked oatmeal;
add one tcnspoonful of salt nnd ono
egg beaten light, with tlweo-fourths
of n cupful of milk. Mix all together
thoroughly. Mix and sift together two
cupfuls of cornmcul, four tenspoonfuls
of baking powder, one-fourth of a enp
ful or sugur, nnd stir Into the (list mix
ture; bnko In a hot oven In n well
grensod muffin pan about twenty five
minutes.
Inter-Mountain
Editorial Hilites
Selected for Western Newspaper Union
Service by It. A. C. andC.U.W.
Clean business is better than big
business, and n clean profit Is one that
profits both the buyer and tho seller.
Kmmett (Idaho) Examiner.
Prices nre going to the deuce. Tho
lawyers who settled the New Ilnven
row for ?2,000,000 only got SfSW.OOO for
nil their trouble. Carson C'ty (New)
News.
Tho report' that Germany is disarm
ing probably menus that the guns
have been removed from tho armories
Into prlvu'to basement. Elko (Nov.)
Free Press.
Isn't It about tlmo an "anti-blue
lnw" organization was formed re
striding Its membership to snfe, sane
nni senslblo men and women? PurU
City (Utah) Record.
Moro general support for local In
dustries, greater community spirit nnd
less mnll order spending aro what
Ephrnlm needs flnd must have. Kph
lulm (Utuh) Enterprise.
Where do all tho speakers come
from who have grent messages to de
liver to tho community nnd what be
comes of them nnd their messages?
Prlco (Utah) News-Advocnte.
When n fellow "keeps comimny"
with u girl for twenty years and she
lets him get away and mrrry another
well, we nro wondering how ho did
It, Hint's all. Ely. (New) Times.
It may give the Sinn Fein some sat
isfaction to know Hint tho llrltlsh aro
getting "Jumpy." A coffee pot boiling
over In Loudon will send tho entire
city to cover. Twin I'nlls (Jdaho)
Times.
If your friends flatter you, that
doesn't mean nnythlng, becnuso
friends nre supposed to do that; hut
If your enemies knock you, that
means you amount to something, or
they wouldn't take the time to do It.
Eureka (New) Ssentlnel.
Recently Justice of the Pence Fuller
of Jackson received a letter from a
woman living nn n ranch out of Jack
son, something as follows: "Dear
Judge Old mnn and io had another
big light. Enclosed find 510. Plenso
send mo divorce right awnv" Kent
merer (Wyo.) Republican.
By nil means tho railroad should
sue the government for more money.
Ituylug them completo outfits and mak
ing them the only business In the
country with n guaranteed profit
wasn't enough. Thu U. S. Mint should
havo been thrown Into the bargain.
Twin Falls (Idaho) Times.
American nntlonnl cabinets may not
resign the wny somo of those Euro-I
penn ones do, but nt that there Is not
a third the predicting nbout tho for
mation of any of tho oversens kind
that thero Is about one of our homo
sort. Europo does not get nny part
of tho excitement out of Its cabinet
selections that wo do. lJutto (Mont.)
Miner.
Wo never knew n newspaper so ycl'
low and sloppy and Imiccurnto that It
did not have one good side Its Inter
est In homo betterment. It has" be
come n fundamental tradition of tho
newspaper profession that It must give
ItH cordial support to any proposition
tending to advance the Interest of tho
local community. Wlnnemucca (New)
Sliver State.
Since the wnr n wide propaganda
has been circulated against organized
labor, nnd Insidious attempts are be
ing mndo to weaken Its ranks, but it
Is not tho province of tio stnto to take
sides with elthor party to the dispute.
It Is not the province of the state to
assist In this propaganda. It Is tho
province of tho stnto to remnln en
tirely neutral, and this they cannot do
If legislation aimed nt .organized lnbor
Is uttempted Spnrks (Nov.) Tribune.
V.ost Retweon Soda Springs nnd
Phosphate mine. In snowdrift, ono
Ford car with piston ring, two rear
wheels and ono front spring. Ilns no
fenders, sent, or plank ; burns lote of
gns nnd Is hard to crnnk. Corbni etor
busted half-way through, englno miss
ing, and piston, too. Throe yours old
coming this spring. Has shock nb
sorbors and ovorythlng. Radiator bust
ed suie doos leak; differential dry
you can bear It squonk. Ten spokei
missing; front nil bont; tiros blown
out; ain't worth u cent. Got lots of
speed; will run like the detieo; bums
"Ither gns or tolmtro Juice. Tires nil
nff been run on the rim. dnm I
P'.l I-.ml f .p the shnpe Its ,- Sodn '
Sp - en,!,,,) Chief tnfu '
PLAITED SKIRTS ARE M
AGAIN THE STYlJ'
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trr ' -"w-' - .Nsssst t MMmmd' -n 'Ki-
THERE wus never n more chcertul
outlook for separate sktrts than
1 tho season Just dhend of them. They
hnvo moro than met nil our expecta
tions ns to what the spring would
bring nfter their triumph of Inst sum
mer, nnd the models for southe'rn tour
ists foretell another season of delight
fully cool nnd dainty skirts for sum
mer wear. In tho meantime thcro nre
models for sports and street wear be
tween seasons flint meet every re
quirement that tho most exacting taste
can make. They are made of wool ma-
tcrlals In stripes nnd crossbars, and
i ippurcntly the patterns hnvo been wov
; en with reference to the dominant
! feature of tho styles, which Is plaits.
It Is plaited skirts again with all tho
emphasis posslblo on "plnlt?V."
Most materials show a plain stripe
' alternated with a fancy stripe, nnd
J they nrtv mndo tip usually In box
; plnlfs with tho pniln stripe Inverted.
; There nro box plalta of all widths from
an Inch to six Inches ncross and tho
striped nnd bnrrcd materials offer
unending opportunities for Ingenuity
In managing plaits. In the skirt pic
tured tho material Is woven In very
Luxurious Furnishings
THOSE lovely nnd Intensely femi
nine Indies of old romantic times,
In their wldo skirts nnd mnny furbe
lows, appear to have fnsclnnted the
artists of their day and nil those that
havo como nfter them. Everywhere,
In luxurious furnishings, wo see the
ldens that pleased them, surviving nil
tho yenra that have passed and oveij
themselves portrayed In miniature to
grace tho homes of the most modern
of Eve's daughters. Tho Bilks and
satins nnd gold loco nnd blossoms that
they reveled In, reappear In nil sortH
of pretty things In pleturo frames,
pIncu8hIon, covers for (wrfumo but
tles and powder boxes bud vases,
trays, lamp nnd candle shndes and
no end of other small furnishings. I
Just now the miniature hul'es them-1
solvus ro used to cover and (one
down electric llghtP, or to corneal tel
ephones. Tho llgurea shown In tho
pleturo nhovo Includo three tall beau
ties mndo to cover the telephone, and
one shorter one for screening a light.
They nre nil dud In lovely clothes
made of ribbons- with luces nnd flow-
wldo stripes of two colors, andtafljn
box nnd sldo plaits have beta cw
The pockets and belt 'aro well tBW
aged nnd finished with very -rt
handsome buttons. He
Any one who Is ambitious iv pB
pare for summer In ndvance vl iB
coming may mnko up skirts of bt,xH j
sntln, wash satin, trlcolette, crepe
chine or other suitable weave hB
white or whlto nnd a color. Nol iIlM
these nro plaited. A plain sttrt A '
white wash sntln has four gores m
yellow satin set In, one nt the frw
nnd back and ono nt each side, ftflr,
nre Jointed nt the top, nbout nW
Inches wldo nt tho bottom nnd tenflj
nnto nt the hip line with an cmktSjH
ercd arrow head. Widths of crec'
chine In whlto nnd n color are v
together four of each alternai 'i
the color, for skirts tUl we V
plnlted or widths of pWn 1 to
weaves In silks nro manngea in 1
snmo wny. Among tho newtft
prettiest ldens nppenr little coalc t
lints to match, made of guy cttfv
to ho worn with wool skirts, la r
colors. Ribbon In the prcvnlllnt&
In tho skirt, borders the coat andrt
the hat. (
ith bearing the rich fabrics "'"'jH
The shops hnvo on sale the fl""Bfe
tlon for their ornaments ,l,e ?Mh
or bisque busts and arms "llu'lvMj
whatever wire frame may l.erl '
nud each Individual amy "''
lady of her choice, as she "' "
Ing to the last detail the etiu'J
selects, Htfll
Wldo ribbon also senes f,r TMfl
Ing tho handsome pillow "Mj
which plain sntln 'l fl
weavo aro combined I I w J AJ
by two llowerllke rowttw jj jm
mine ribbons, on iwwl n' f'" ,
A perfumo bottle, powe'erw ' ,
I vase finish the gron ' '"iLI
spired by beautiful ; 'LVM
ploy sulci lace and MU ". -.-
nro mndo to mntrti. $
nn article used on tlie ''f'yB
which may not be covcied or mmt
In this way. H
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