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FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1911.
PAGE TWELVE r THE CALUMET NEWS GAPE MANTLES TMT I. ft LIKED Graceful New Wraps Are All the Rage In Paris and Rapidly Es tablishing Themselves In Popu larity on This Side the Water. PARIS, ever hunpry ror style sensations, h.i taken up the eape-mautle artth an enthusl Usui that assures it a tfreat jKuularity. lor the time bafcjg at least. Tula wrap is perhaps so favored beeuiMe of the expected reaction from the eloso tlttlutf garments ulth whleh ve have of late been lnflleted. The Bjf capes, hoer, are not unduly voluminous, nor are they m the least unyrtK-efUl. Ittdood, BOOM "X thctu are trlkliiKly Pretty, and then com. nien e uudar many elreu uista uces cannot he gainsaid. The enpe Of the Bomeal is WfJ smart affair Lodood. But it Is not for every woman's wear. It must be car ried with a Jaunty air And a curious faet eomnvted lth the BOWOBf eapti Id tbut they ale proving spc. tal ly beeoudui; to the dainty fOSBf wom en who u very short time BfO looked charming In narrow slashed skirts and boyish aoafeaaa AH the best models are extraordina rily jiide at the hem and lined with futurist silks of a startling order. Home Parisian society women are wearing a model which i cape nnd vest combined. This k a nient ll dOOV t'le breasted in front and fasl d like a man's WOlatOOat, while at the bueii it is km aad flan laf Another favorite model Is ahng on the baek by thiek silk cords and allow ed to fall off the shoulders in the fash ion of pace apes. Nearly nil the best models are rum h shorter in front than ut the lai k. and thoaa made of brocad ed satin have deep hems of plain silk aud iiubujs of home strong color which regalia a prouiiuetu ahada of the bro- CHIC COMBINATION OF IACE AND SILK ADORN CRAPE GOWNS aA CHABMUfCJ ORAPI AFTERNOON QOWNft EVXRYWHERl one taai taffata this summer, it dves the color Ttoic t, the smart eostume of crape, whether plain or figured, and Is used ah.ne OK combined with laoa lo the embellishment of the summer gown, lUuatrated ban art two chta afternoon tdwoa, the one to tim left of plata white crape, tba OM id the right Bgured fabric. The plain gown Is fast." K id flown the front, the row of round DOBli buttons POanfg underneath the wide hlue girdle. The little taffeta eoat is bordered with venlse lace. The mUnoai Of the Iklrt Is qottO marked, but It is drawn In Just above the knees, where another tOOCtl Of taffeta may be seen. The gOWO Of BfOJOfl crape on ttM right has suspender tUtflc Of ''oral pink taffeta, whleh Is bound about the walat with I hUju girdle of the silk. A dainty ripple of luce finishes the BOek Of the gOWsV A A A AAA A AAA A AAA A A A A AAAAAA BOILING NEW POTATOES. WoU scrape the potatoes, place them Immediately In cold water until ready to cook. New pota toes should be put into botMwg salted water nml when done strained and a little butter and CbopfMd parsley added. Serve them immediately. They soon be come Atoeolorodi but B little milk added to the water when boillnn m will ptoi est this. CAKES FOR THE FRUIT SEASON Simple Ones That Are Nice For Summer Picnics, Feflaa or Table Service With Berries and Dain ty Iced Desserts. AT this season of the year the de mand for cake li largo. II hi required for I'icnios. lawn. Pardee, and porcb parties, fi i garden fetes and stiaw Pel r t.Mias. rake is a uecessar. a. . .niipaiiinient to the summer fruit fleaserta. Highly spiced cake- ..re not to be tiv ominemled with fruits. ThO foreign flavor will kill the delicate aroma of the fruit. Ti oki fgaMoaad epohge or poenad Cake goes nicely with fruit Ho too, tir in carefully ono even cupful of mi ted Hour. Hake in I moderate oveu about twenty uilnutea. Sponge cake may be served with BOff rles in this way. Tlace a sipiare of the cake ou a plate and lay the berries over it nnd top with whipped cream. 8iouge cake may be cut in squares, the renter of the cake taken out and ro placed by berries which are topped with WhlppOd cream Vienna loar cake ia delicious served with fruit. To make It cream together one quarter oT I pound of butter and half a poOOd of sugar; beat separate y the whites and yolks of four aggOi stir the yolks Into the butter and sugar and half a pound of Hour and lastly ihe well beaten whites of the oj's. Spread this on a flat pan a medium thlekm-ss rover the top with chopped almond. Lightning cake is thus prepared: Take one scant cupful sugar, one cup ful Hour, one tenspoonful baking pow ,ler. Stir these together In the mixing- dish. Take one-third of a cupful of soft butter, break into the -up ,,n log of the butter two etfgs, 1111 the cup with milk; stir this for an instant, OOOOgh to break the eggs, and pour ttie rontents of the cup iuto the flour, sugar and baking powder. Add one traspoonful vanilla and stir all togoth ,r (Of moment. Then bake in two layers or one larger sheet for from twenty minutes to half an hour. Finding Reason. "It must be great to be a man! One dress suit lasts you for years and years, and a woman must have n new gowa tor every party." "That'H why one dress suit lasts a man for years and years." Judge. ("rushed hOfOOOfl lea. Is the fashloB in tln leathers used for inuklng desk sci eiiesi room Information eards, soil msll boxes, toilet articles, bags of till tUtm and for binding dinner records, theater notes, travel Impressions and nil the other peelal books that are InclufltxJ among the Intlmftte belongings of ti,0 truly smart woman. The crushed monxTo Is so mt, i unlike the uncvoahod sort thai It Is i i raadllf raooghlaofl. it has beauti fully smooth and glossy surface that Is fascinating to handle, and it come! In the loveliest shades of rOM mauve and blue. Some of the pieces are lettered in glossy black and others in gold or white, but silver on its soft loading Is prettiest of all. Compnred with the crushed morocco the rough surfaced kind looks crude, harsh and chenp. : .V-'."- - ' " WV TWO PKLtCIOrtH LOAF CAKES. dOM anuel cake. Almost any kind of plain loaf cake can be rn ommended. riain cakes are best for the chil dren's picnic. A niutlin baiter enrich ed with sugar nnd butter makes simple and wholesome cakes for the kiddies. The following cakes are excellent with fruit: To make a delicious sponge cake beat three eggs for ten minutes, add one cupful of sugar and heat live minutes, add one tablespoon! ul each of lemon juice and cold water, beat one minute. r S&SgSA ffe0 r'BSeffl M ffllMffhA (f(00O.O00) What Became of the $1,000,000? THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY FASHIONABLE NECKWEAR. The Newest Collars Fit the Neck Snugly. According to the Dry Goods BCOBO micti the newest w aist collars lit snug ly to the neck in the back, and are made from starched linen. The front is turned back or left free, so that the light neck opening In the front of the waist will harmonize in liue with the WINDOW BOXES. nttfow cai'k. cade. For morning wear these capes are made of velours da laine In a thin texture or of lltx BON The eaims art BMde In all kinds of materiuls and i B -rear nriety of colon. A favorite color contrast Is the liuing uf a Mack mpa with brfghf green, blue, yellow, violet r nninw. Many of the oapoi ara oed with the futurist silks in striking color com binations and flaalgna. For the summer the short capes, reaching just below the wahM Una, are convenient for sjlppiug over the thin frock when the iroathoi wuex paolofltf cool. Many long wrapa are made for evoninp xvisii Of tw tiavel ing. The short cape BOOH D I hvgortfd ni'Mieis, taking th of the coat. It frequently is pod of the three piece suit Serge, silk, gabardlnOi eponge and some soft mohall - BIO for the apes. ('Bpe-mantles are wraps which are partly Otted. as is the one m thfl IQoi tratlon. fljthoogh It has the Mride and flaring effect below, the et Bad tba arm slits aoggoet a OOat lhe wrap it of yellow brown wool Bttd llm-d with yellow satin. The cape-coat avggOOtJ a coat rather than a cape. It is Wmietimes made with sleeves, although, as a rule. it. is sleeveless. Some of the sleeves are similar to those of the army cape cut. This type of wrap is designed to fill the derusnd for a wrap f. r motoring, steamer and outing wear. These mili tary capes have been very popular iu Paris. A favored BBOgOJ has the cape effect In the bak and the coat outline in front. The short and lorn: waistcoat Is a feature "f many attrac tive capes. Sometimes the wulstcoats are detuc li able. The collars are of vnrions styles. Tim high standing the hood, the draped klmorm, the QtodatOM and a modifica tion of the Medici collar ore ariously used ou the caue wrans. Windows and Porches Are Doubly At tractive With Them. Window boxes must be securely fas tened to the windows. Hrackets may be used if the sills are to narrow. Horn several holes in the bottom of each boa to allow tho watot to ipo This can be done with n thick skewer nada red hot, Ooror the ho lea and also the bottom of the box with pieces of broken flOWOrpota.' Then tho box may lie til 11 up with good, tine soil, suy two parts of loam, one part of leaf mold and B dash Of silver Mad tO keep from becoming stiff and hard for the roots. For rammor and autumn ' li'- aa bpa lOWorlag plants, such as geianiuuis, sMiniaillaa, bellotrapOi eoJceolaitaSi niu.-k, rooplng jenny, asters and . hrys anthenninis. Huve plants of a dwarf ehai . toe at tho front of the boa, kali plants at the buck. 9fi r Dead not mean onpty win flOW bOSOOi When autumn COmOf re place tho flowora with dwarf holly boahOBi golden prhet, winter cherry and ther choice evergreens. For Bhadj windows use ferns; they thrl a bOOt In shade. And the plflL um dMiS not need sun. Also fuchsias, OBl aOtaffaOi unary cree4er and uus turtiums can do w itJiout it oa that tho oolota of the flowers harmonlao, lo not crowd too many hues into one box. Cot OflWfadafl BOWOra and leaves reg ularly. WTalaT ajalOiaatV all :ind thoroughly, reaaaoaborlng that aarfaca watering does Ho gixsL Aufl do jj t forget that rain does not always reach the window boxes- a" :iu .nnMiwuiMiiiaoiiiBiaBiiBi aaaoini iiataairi'iaaii " T WASH SILK WAISTS TUT rAOIIIHsll PETTICOATS Your choice of I LI L L ft U I I 111 All colors i n L r ho n i y ii m values to $1.50 I lWlliWi worth $250 1 302 PIFTH STRKKT, CALUMET Sensational Clearance Sale White and Negro, ny natural increase the white popu lation about tripl Itself in forty years, while the mack ooiimes usen Hence the lattr must form an ever diminishing fraction --f the w holy pop ulatlou. New York American. Convenient Work Gloves. 'mitr. convenient and simple work gkrroi can ba made out of the bPs Of old Ota kinga whose feet are past further darning. BegiB by . utting off the top where it atari i to ahapa for the calf, with tho hoaa left on. Then lay on the taJ-ie double, as it Is, and cut one of the folded adgaa down about two and a half Inchon, tfOfdag in a little towanl tho center, which luter forms a gusset for- the thumb. Kext cut three fingers nbout one ln h wide and the fourth a little lOOB, which cornea t tho oppbalaa sid to that of the thtimb. Finish by sewim: UN bach lingers to the front and fold down the gusset piece so that its wm est part will fit into the Joint of the thumb. ElasUc may be laced round tho wrist Took It to Himself. "I wouldn't marry tho handsomest man thnt ever lived," she said, with unnecessary emphasis. "I'm orry," he replied. "I've always liked you so much." Chicago Record Herald. t ok. .AVDIK COLLAR. atvlft of the collar. These stiff col Ion are usexl not ouly on the firm ma terials, bt also on tho sheerest crape and the softest silk. A pretty and attractive collar com bination in white organdie with a vest Ofloet of net ruching is illustrated here. Clean Toothbrushes. The toothbrush is a much neglected toilet implement with many children Toothbrushes are often used by tin in day after day for months without ever being once specially cleaned aud sterilized. Instead of being allowed lo lie knock ing about on the wasbstnnd, exposed to dust and In company with sponges. flannel, etc., the brush should Biwmyi bo kept iu a cuse with a perforated lop, which admits some air, but keeps the brush to itself. These can now be bought at any drug store for a small sum, and every child should have one. i:perimonts w ere made lately to dis cover what was the best thing for keeping the hairs of toothbrushes iu a "norm free" condition. Various things solution of carbolic, nei maniranete of Doteab. etc. give 1 food results. The toothbrush should be soaked In the solution after use, dried and put Into Its case. Coats, Suits and Dresses iiiiiisiiii en a MBWTBWTffiaTM iniTiiriiFff You'll appreciate these wonderful bargains. We re determined to clear out all spring garments we're not considering costselling is the only ob ject. Tremendous ValuesRead Words and Deeds. Cast forth thy act. thy word, into the ever Naing, ever nothing universe ft Is n seed grata that cannot die. fjg otteofl today, M oil ba found flourish liur as a banyan trove after a thou wind years.- (,'arlyle. SUITS Your choice of any suit in the house former ly selling up to $15.00 7.98 SUITS Your choice of any suit in the house formerly sell ing up to S20.00 9.75 SUITS Your choice of any suit or wool suit in the house, values up to $30.00 14.75 Mr J COATS! COATS! HUNDREDS OF DESIRABLE SPRING COATS IN THIS CLEAR ANCE SALE AT SACRIFICE PRICES. NEWEST STYLES, BEST MATERIALS. COATS That formerly sold up to $12.50 CLEARANCE at 7.98 COATS That formerly sold up to $20.00 CLEARANCE at 11.95 COATS Including all Silk Coats that sold up to $25.00 CLEARANCE at 15.00 Sensational An nouncement Clearance of SILK DRESSES Your choice of any Silk Dress in our entire stock. Regular prices from $25.00 to $40.00. "$15.00 BBsV