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THE TEEWASmNGTONPOSTTUESDAY WASHINGTON POST TUESDAY OCTOBER OOTOBER9I1a 9 1900 5
J i SEASON FOR WEDDINGS WEDDINGSImportant WEDDINGSImportant
Important Hints Concerning Concerningthe
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ere eeaHlo eCo Jno JOUronltTauondGr JOUronltTauondGrDcalrable jeo8rowrnTenafldGreU Hrovrn iTon nmlGro nmlGroI
Dcalrable I c lrmble for the Cola oluaar oluacvuj uwor Gown GownFill OODFan
Fill Mid apvtoff ipi4 are preeminently preminenty the thend thelcl
brtdI nd lcl l too jSflL A A As T f IY a ai the tie one onen
weet tt t budding tre s
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hr h t 1th ithff > th r til 11 th du c gisry I T ot ant autym autiimuL m a ul coler clor clorI
in i pr preratiost > rti0ti on every
JbrWLflt Jdta a re T rt1 01 Oer
I tJdlq and viettions eUtdO of UWMMattx nil tfce tfcer tl tljr
Id ii dv < l a CCorus o tltX fi
jr r Tbi T Tha Jb ec vson ° fl makes Mke C no n exception exooJlon to tohe
he ra e IB D spit spite pt of o th the unusual wiaber wiaberit ber berIf
it If ruMwr 1 wddtnrK Wdiop dd1eg October Octobr and Nev Noyen oveD oveDH a
H tor r ar are to tevc bae their tail bl share sre and af the thewr
wr work of o preimrtUon pU gow p on apuco aPoo pco
The alltaporUnt alpnt sown S the tl one dasigfl tet tetc
id U for the ceremony HrlOy Itself Itt It I s nubjjct fbJt to t tHr
Hr certain c jD ftxtd be law laws tluU tb do not nt change chCe fet et t tI
i ut an nd style It1 vary vl VT a C much aa they tbe will willi wtl
i possible pub it I must mut b b white wble In 1 fact taet > o
t Ii true t tru bridal for forwhie
I th thr tP r color colr a bl gown
while whie h1le counties cout YOWl have hve been b ukafl tl In 1f 1fTrceUq In
i TrceUq reveling cowna ow or o those t of o o dark dak cllk cllkth Ilk elikt
th 1 h > represent rp nt an emergency e rather rtb loan loanupturn thn thnu
4 upturn u tom Tradition TdlU baa I It I that tht the te hi wifely wifelyrite wfl wflI
St rite I te nu U1Ut ua t be entered catr upon In virgin vrn vrnhae vlrti vlrtihte
uhlte hae to typify tp the te purity pwt1 of the girT girToul 5r girls girlsu1
> oul Hil u1 When Whe for any yr reason It I mu mut xniut be beuore
ignored uore whatever whteve beat bn sutta atu convenience conveniencend ofnnlece ofnnleceld
nd ld circumstance crcut ia I nutatituted lutute but ut if m
tn 1 Itandpnt standpoint of fashion fuM white wlU only oly is 11 11rrc i
urnel < rrc for the tl girls r wear we colors clor being bin binr
r erveiI rved re for to whfows fwl who wh have a prefer pfe pfelce
t nee lce for viotoU v and aD grays r Handaomc Iandamt Iandamtatin flandsomLtln
> itin tln and ad Jlk I41k Ilk are ae always worn but for torth
th ttk i hi time tm preference feeAce U given ivn to satin tn and andhUron
i > chiffon < wht which make mk the Ue most mot ideal Idel Idelbridl Idealbridal
bridl bridal garment carl one 0 can cn conceive cnceo Cut and andIrtmnl
trratm Irtmnl nt follow follw much muh the general eoral enoral lines 1n1
< > f the season U but a fIxed fxe regulation r4gulton for frtld
tids tld the smallest at attempt atempt at decolloU d de1lotnd l
Kn n nd < i the skirt kit must mut be bf aa long log aa ni powlble powlblefie pible pible1t
the fie 1t train ample Sevengored Se8gorc lvg fivegored rd rdu
and u nd circular cirulr models mls are all al worn bnt butjlthifC
Mithlng jlthifC thIng ia 1 better bter for the heavy hev materials materialsn
u 1an J4n n the th Uveuored Ivepre that tha Hares eree rn freely at nthI
the hI ht f feet t and ane U flnlched fnhed with wih a graduate gaduate gaduateircllr 1 1ircuUr
ircuUr ircllr ftovnce fn Such s skirt klrt fits fts well wellund crJItnd fU fUild
ild und is i easenttaily Ctly graceful gretul Where lace lae
h to be used Ult It becomes bmH a a foundation fondaton but
1 < beautiful bauUfl with 1th only onl the addition addton of full fullrucheti ul
ruche rucheti of liberty lberty or moussellne moualne at the thels thet
t ls Ip lge and where It I joins jlnl the skirt skirt Thre Threprent
a present prent demand for the charming charmlB din dlHihanou dlt dltlhkoua
ihanou lhkoua materials mt rhll an a trimming trImmn for henvy henvyilks JMVV JMVVik hetv
like ik that is to be commended commefde from frm iVlry iVlryllnt v rery sry srypoint
point llnt of view The ruches ruche op 01 o the satin satinare satn satnare
are charming charmln yet simple in the extreme extremeLace extremeLCE
Lace LCE Is I of course cur always worn that is islac Islact
lac lact Ltcr of a any y real rel sort Irt either as flouncs flouncsr founefs founefsIIr
IIr r drapery drpory but under no circumstance circumstancemust clreum lncel
must mu > t a bit bi of the imitation ImlaUon enter into the theo
o unn n and ald I confess Cnfeto to a 1 deepseated d pstate pref prefrence prf prftrnce
rene for handsome handlme simplicity smplcl over any anything an anthine anythIng ¬
thing funny fly or complicated complcated Chiffon Chiffonounces Clnonoun
Vounces ounces oun < s over oYr silk slk are charming charmln and anl are arelovely ae aejwtly
lovely jwtly beyond byon a t doubt but by b all means meansJ m1
J let t the lines lne of the long sweeping skirt akirtremain Hklrtremain
remain intact Lace Le that Is Il priceless prceles or orn orun
un in n heirloom heirlom Is the the only onl excuse for drap drapiry rop ropir
iry ir LX In my Judgment juagont at least leastSticueMiiiiiHnM lolt lolt1CU
SticueMiiiiiHnM 1CU IIII1 to I the lie IIInu Ilnu IlnuTdlcel I1lnur r rBodices
Bodices Tdlcel are preferably either eiher blouse cr crbler
In bolero bler style tle An exceedingly ecudlngly handsome handsomemodel handsome1noel
model 1noel Includes Incudtl a a bolero blero of point lace over overft
ft deep draped drap bodice of panno velvet velvetwith
with Uh the yoke ob and high stock > tock pnnI of tucked tuckedchiffon tuckf
chiffon dlton with tluv tn appliques of lace lac tn
lined lnfd and ad the long sleeves made with the theupper tneuppr
upper uppr portion prton of satin aUn like lke the skirt lace
from frm the tbe elbofr eb hoh down with 1th flare cuffs cuts at atthe atthe atthe
the wrists wrist and nul a a puff puf of the chiffon chlton be ¬
tween the lace ace and silk serving to unite nlt
the two Another is I a R blouse of satin with withoke withyoke
stn
yoke oke and deep dep belt of the lace There is isa Isa
a decided tendency toward
transparent transparentstocks transparentjltock
stocks for all indoor gowns and those of
lace and chiffon are surely SUrel charming on
bridal gowns gownsChllfon gownsChUfon gownsChilfon
Chllfon gowns are for the most part
tucked over both skirt and bodice The
lovely soft s 1t material lends lendsitselt Itself to the
treatment and the result is i a billowy bi1low
whiteness that Is singularly slngularl lovely worn I
ly I a girl bride Skirts are full and laid IuI I
In horizontal l tucks two inchos wide from
the waist or yoke oke depth bolow to the
Jad J tad ad of the flounce which Is plisse as u
lull 1 ull as it can be made and flnished nlshed wuh wuhtoft wahtoft L Lioft
toft quillings Beneath all this loveli loveliJuss
Juss must be the foundation tound tlon skirt of soft softKiik sofii1k
Kiik ilk titled with j care and a plain under undertkirt undertikirt undertikirt
tikirt of chiffon to veil vcUIt It and preserve the thef th thentIl
f sential qualIty qUldll of the material Ap Api4IUt8 Apques
Iques ques of lace are used and are exceed exceedingly exceedIng exceedgiy
ingly Ing giy handsome ntlsome but
Just such a skirt as asJ asJ a I II
J luvo described dc eriboo > is truly truI beautiful and andiripht andJi an I
iripht Ji ht well satisfy iiaUI any oride orideTLe Drldefte
TLe chiffon bodices combine lace panne pannevelvet pannechtt I I1et
velvet chtt 1et and panne lanresatin satin with the thinner thinnerliaurial thhmvr1iihtcrlal
liaurial in n a way a that very or nearly de deiits defits
fits description Tucks there must be
but beyond onl that there is little law One Oneo
o l the tll prettiest I have seen has a tiny tIn r rloltro
Ulero with long snug slcavos ilc os of guipure guipurebeneath guipureblneath gulpurtbtneath
beneath which is I a draped girdle of panno pannowith pannIn
1 In with a full tucked bodice above aboveVim aIJovciI abovetucks
Vim iI tucks are perpendicular and tiny tinyiid tinyllt1
iid 11 yoke oke alecves Met and stock tock are unllnod unllnodcashes unllnoob tlflllflOdoihea
cashes b h ji are much worn and exceedingly exceedinglynatetul oeeodln oxceedinI3iiteetui h hr1letul
natetul A charming charmin novelty is J the uae uaeof u us e I II
of I f the chiffon with 1th rounded ruchcftulnltd ruchcftulnltdi 1
tlldS i is arranged arraq < to fall front the bolt be bei be berath b biath
i rath ath the bolero to the edge ed e of the train traini tmlnCne traInne
i Cne ne gown sent from the other side IB IBjocuHarly islllIltlrl II IIItcollarly
jocuHarly novel no l and essentially ucmUal chic The TheItdlee Tholldl ThILdlee
Itdlee lldl proper Is a blouse of satin which whichrulerial whichalertal whkltaielai
rulerial alertal alao makes 1 kes the skirt while whII the theti theped thI thItrped
ti trped raped ped girdle and sash sh are of chiffon Tho Thoivr Ti Til rtoI
l ivr I r Is extremely fall and arranged in ini j I II
i ix x plait IlhdlJl at each fOh fide ide the full front of oflice oflce o f fLee
lice to give e a bolero effect fect is taken back backvt backItr bad C Cvtr
Itr vt vtr > r the shoulders bo than passes pa under the thecirdles thetirdlfs thi C Cllrdles
cirdles and forms sssli 1i lIt ends end With all alltiu aU11ulle al I II
tiu 11ulle I Ia ne gowns veils U of tulle will be worn wornli wurnIuld wornilIld
li Iuld ld in place by Jeweled weled pin I ihta lu or natural naturali lIturnltwtrlt I Iiowcrs
i twtrlt owtrH as preferred I Laos aoe veils are beau beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful ua a mutter of course but they tile are arefcomewhut arfMmewhltl itri itritmewhat
fcomewhut lets IH light and dainty dlftt In effect effectthan effc effcthin rt rtth
than th n the tul tule e and for that reason are areoften areolltn an e eoittii
often dicar dlcardtd d even when hen their cost is isnot 5nut t C Cnut
nut a murablnjt > block Tne teiidor fllmy fllmyoualfty fUmyuUt 11lm 11lmukHty
< oualfty uUt of the tulle I III not readily outdone outdoneund outdoneund outdoneund
und it has lut tn toe udderi merit of veiling veilingwithout veitini veitininithout ellln elllnithout
without ithout ooncealii COlloeaih4 the gown Su Suede SuedeJl Sued de deglcvoa S Sgkvos
glcvoa Jl YM of the flHt x xet ot shuttle of the sown sownund rownJmd gowinnd
und dipper of th lhl atal material rinl if It tft 6u lu sili silior iik iikor UKor
or satin tin aatln tta with Uk chiffon trimming if ifilffoa itlIltto f fttffou
lIltto ilffoa make the own aie au the th correct correcttticesaoriea corrt cerrec cl clHfaort t tltrdCSSOSlOO
tticesaoriea Hfaort Jewels Jw are ilttl tittle wont WV WVj 1 L Lzide
j ident < zide or p plM in n for the veil In irs ars or oriMumotwla oraihaIDODd a r rlittImoods
iMumotwla that l hi th the gift of the groom groomor Kroomor
or or r some so heirloom Is apt to make tl the e only onlyornament 6nl1Jrnam InlI InlIornament
ornament Jrnam n t
tTho
Tim fiolnsnwny Goln Gown GownThf GownThe 7n rn rnThe
The golngaway plnKa gown with wft us le I Irl1r M Mwar a I Iliar
war like ilk any aD oilier ott tailored suit M a poasl poasltie poqlt poesiIngI1
tie t Ensl English bride wid are more reckless or ormore or1IIrt o r rlI1
more lI1 > IndlOerent lada ereftt < to eritiettim ertt and choose chooseHcate chOClleleate chooa chooaicate
Hcate colors that at once one suggest the thei thehrM ta C CIrhb
i hrM ride but Awtrtoai tst1e girl this prefer quieter quietertume qul quIet 1 1t r rlumes
> tume t um Ibis 1111 year browns blow and tans of ofsorts o f fsorts
> 1 sorts lion at well w I1 1 as rich grays sra are re mueh muehika mud JRUIolkd mudk
ika k d If t ll0 e trip to to 0 be A long one onevlot olleiof otisI
I vlot iof or aoow routbAnished aubfli doth i iI I II
1 M I t With It or over it may IDa be worn wor D a aaf a4t t tI
I af f loose traveling trawU float t or the coat of oft o f fI
t < suit alone aa a weather wt and conditions conditionsnmy conditionnay conj I Iny
nay decide A becoming 1MeoMI turban t rbatt or flat flairmnc ftalr
rmnc r r rnrred d hat oa the t order of the abort mhorti ort ortI
I i tkd kid stllor II food 0o4 A charming one ot of oflutfrtr t tII 1It
II letter litH sort exhibited Wted IbIs w week ek It 1 In Int 1ftlr Ii 4 4lwn
lr lwn > t < wn n felt with wtt a simple band of velvet velvetwiUh nhoet nhoetwlI Iy IyI
> wiUh wlI of tlst erowa and twmponts of ofHHU otIIU C CtIC
HHU IIU tIC feathers of varying wbadM sh4 taa e of ofi ot1I4Jlhe o S Sr
i 1I4Jlhe MVHI r j the he feather used la thi Uata > vay tt ay b bi btt tiI
i K a i novelty novlt of o tbe automn automnif au auIt uI
if 1 thi th Journey Jou 1st to be 1 a short t one oneroothnni on onrO oneootbdn1sh4
roothnni rO ootbdn1sh4 th nl he4 ete delh li may y he used Any Anyiv Aa Apr
r I hr iv emart II nl Kten O U We Woulo uae or Jacket mod modre modI no4l1C
0 drt re good Later a fur c cellreu llar tte will willf WUJtply wil wilipy
tply ipy > f > y aodtttonal altItIlOfli wanatli wariat ana aad the salt saltii sill sillii 1 1ui
ui ii Mr t found urlCi available m l for strttt wear r th thmum LJw LJwUtlll C Clt
I lt mum Utlll thrvtMjn What it meat mil t rtQniilU riel roa1t llIte S
i > tmurt cut eu and earelul fitting Hy II tw twiHtJfc nelt S
iHtJfc it the skirt INI to Ions It tw co cot COIf COIfh onei
i h t t t M for OI genuine aerw tmvottMnj traY travea It shouiH IhouMI
c I 1 r tl 11a grawnd aU 0 roaM If U I 11 t te S
Ji h for vWttef later lac ft tr 7 temh At St t
tae bacii bat no woman ahoirW wear a
train In upon up < n the itreet The Tb fact that we we1ae weve
have ha ve overlooked hygiene and ignored ignoredcleanliness hlloredelo4nUneu
cleanliness cle cleno anliness for the past toW years ears does doesnot doesnot doest
n no noele not t In the least alter the fact
Dlnrwr gowns ana n gowns ownl for all occa occaElans 1liens occana
liens ele elepa na of semI ml dress are of cloth In light lightpastel Jliibtputol lightstel
pastel pa stel shade and In soft ott finished Bilk 11k
i For Fo FoIs r them th the aklrt must flare freely freel and andgracefully
Is gracefully long Ion while bodices are elab elaborate elabCrAte dabate ¬
orate Gr Grro ate In the extreme Shaped flounces of ofmany ofmaDY 01an
many ro roth an aorta are shown The simplest slm il U 10e
the th thtu e plain circular model but it Is laid In Intueks Intueks toelce
tueks tu elce to tr Increase the fullness and Is var varBtly varusIy oar
0 0ta Btly Iy curved tucked and plaited pl ted until It
take ta tais kea many forma orms A favorite trimming
1 III issh heavy heo lace dyed to match the cloh A Ashaped Ash1 Aaped
shaped sh1 sh shtio aped td flounce headed head by Irregular Inser Insern ¬
tion tio n of such is extremely effective but It Itwill Itwill
will wi ll be entirely correct ccrrec and smart If the thematerial th thmaterial theaterial
material m aterial b be handsome
with only a stitch stitched ¬
ed edbo heading The one essential In the th
bodice bo dice Is that It shall convey the Idea of ofa ota ofo
a oostuine o stulfle and to that hat end some bit of ofcloth otcloth ofoth
cloth cl oth must enter into int Its It makeup but butce
lace la laun ce chiffon and panne velvet elvet are often oftenunited oftenunited
united un unre ited with It until little of the original originalremains orlgfnnlremains originalmains
remains re reve mains Boleros oleros of heavy lace lac panne pannevelvat panneve1ot
velvat ve lvet In Oriental coloring or of heavy he heavyocade vY
brocade br ocade are handsome Or again the thesmall thesmall theall
s small sm all boltro bol bOior r c can n be of the cloth lace laceodged laceged
ft edged ed ged with the waist of thinner material materialand
4 and an d the draped belt of panne For those thosewho thosewho
v who w ho prefer a snugger bodice the waist wulstalcl
law la id In stitched plait rounded at the top topaod topaDd
a aDd en d made over a yoke oke and narrow n3rro front frontor
or f lace Is chic and serviceable One rule rulemost rulemut ruleost
n most m ost however be rigidly enforced wide wld wld11lPOO wideopod
J draped dr dra 11lPOO belts ar are to be worn with boleros bolerosand bolerosand bolerosnd
a and nd blouse the narrowest possible with withtbe withllle withe
t tbe th e tighter sort La L mode allows many manyriations
v Va Variations riations and
has been generous to a arare are
r rare ra re degree this season but certain rlHln un unalterable ¬
alterable al terable flats have cone forth To Ignor Ignorthote Ignorree =
t thote th ee f Is to be tag than mart to bar barsuch bearch
s such su ch details In mind is to be well on the theroad theroad thead
r road ro ad to success MAY MA tAY MANTON MANTONBROADWAY MANTONBROADWAY rANTONBROADWAY
BROADWAY A BlAZE B AZE OF LIGHT LIGHTMore
J More M ore Than Ten Thouianl Incttndenceiit IneandesceutLamp Incttndenceiitlnmp neRudeceutInmp
Lamp on BuildIng UulldlulIaPren HuilillucPrem BuildIngen
t Prem Fr en the X XW w York Mall and Express
Ten thousand thou and or to be exact 10140 In Inoandsstcont Inoandeicont inndescent
0 oandsstcont ca ndescent electric lights glow and sparKIa sparKIaIn aparilethe
ji In the huge hu c signs which line both sides of o ofroadway
I roadway Broadw Ti from Twentythird street to toortysecond
I Fortysecond F FIs ortysecond ntreet At night the RIalto
Ii is a glow rlo of light The turning tumln on of the thecurrent thecurrent
c current cu cuth rrent In the scattered scaU red arc lights which whichthe whl h hthe
t the th e city has set up Is like carrying coals coalsto C 1ls 1lsto
t to Newcastle Properly enough there therearent
a arent aw rent many man of these arc lights end n nd they
v wink w ink and blink and sputter In a disgusted disgustedway disgustedway
v way w ay as if they realized that their mission missionwas
v was w as futlc futlcAnd fuUpAnl1
And Indeed what Is there for them to
d do d o In a district where great glowing sign signset signset sIgns
s set se t high on cafes hotels and music halls hallss hallssend hail
s send se nd out a flood of radiance which turns
j night n ight Into day and makes Broadway th tM theost
most m ost brilliantly lighted thoroughfare in
the th e world worldThis worldTins
This avenue of light did not come Into Intoexistence Intoexistence
e existence ew at the touch of some magicians magicianswand mtglclanswand magiciansand
v wand w and On the contrary It Is the result of
the t he enterprise of the plain practical New Nework ew
York Y ork business men Proof of this It proof
be b e needed is furnished by the fact that
j the he avenue of light begins with the big
varlcolored v vb sign 51 n which clinging to a
blank b lank wall w U at Twentythird street tells
the t he world In letters of fire of the excel excelnce
lence le nce of certain pickles and ends at an another another
other o ther red and green and blue sign whih
rising ri sing from the top of a bulldin building at the thenorth thenorth
north n orth end of Longacre Square calls at attention attention ¬
ta tention t to the virtues of the c clear glr named namedafter namedafter
after a fter a famous Scotchman Between the thewo
two t wo signs the name nam < of every theater cafe cafeand
and a nd hotel hot 1 is blazoned forth with prodigal prodl11recklessnelts
recklessness recklessnessOf r
Of the 10000 lights which go 0 to make up
ts these t signs 7500 are above Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet Thlrtrfounhtreet
treet s One wellknown theater proudly proudlyears
bears b ears a fiery wheel twentyfive feet in n
diameter d which turnIng turnln slowir slow arresta arrestathe
the t he attention of the passerby Farther up
the th t he street another theater Is decked from fromroof fromroof fromoof
roof r rr oof garden to basement with festoons of ofrod orred ofod
rod r od white and blue lamps which give elvcthe Jct
the t he neighborhood prosaic enough enou h by 1w day
tf tho t he appearance of being continually ccnUnuall en enete
fete f ete
feteA
A third thlr theater is covered with such sUc a amass nmass
mass m ass of incandescent light ll ht that viewed
from f rom a distance the outline of the buIld
Ing l ag Is lost sight of and tIle electric eJe < trlc letters lettlrsstand
sa stand s tand out apparently unsupported unsupportedagainst unsupportedagalrst unsupportedgslrst
against a the black background backgroundAll
All in all it Is a great sight and the theman theman
man m an who once has seen this part of
Broadway Broadwtl B never wants to leave it itTo ftTo
To look at the nightly nl hUy illumination from froma
a a aI practical viewpoint it may be interest intere Interestng t
ing I ng to know that the 10000 lights represent
750 i J tO horsepower and a lirst cost of perhaps perhapsJ20000
J20000 But still it doesnt bother the theheads thetcads
heads 1 cads of the crowd which Is perfectly perfectlysatisfied rlectl rlectlsatisfied
sd satisfied s to stream through the white ra radiance radiance
diance d without wondering why It Is or orwhere Orwhere orwhere
where It came from fromiUnnettM fromIUonen
iUnnettM IUonen Housemaids Club ClubFrom ClubFrom
From F mm the Chicago Inter Ocean OceanThe Oceanlhe
The housekeepers hou ekeepers of Monett Mp Mo arc arcwrestling arcwrestling
wrestling with a social so lal problem roblem The Thehousemaids Thehousemaids
housemaids l of the place have organized organizeda organizedclub
a club which might well be called a trust trustVhe trusthe
Vhe he existence of the club was not sus suspected suspetted susected ¬
petted p ected until quite recently recentlyIt rccentl rccentlIt
It was discovered thus thusThe thusThe thusThe
The wife of a railroad man heard of an anunemployed anuHlmploed anuaenlployed
unemployed housemaid and hastened to tosecure toccure
secure s ccure her services servicesWhere servIcesWhere
Where are areoul your references Inquired Inquiredthe Inqulrdthe inquiredthe
the girl Irl blandly blandlyYou lJlardly landlyYou
You mean shall I require references referencesasked referencesasked referencesasked
asked the lady ladyNo lal1 lal1No
No I mean what I said replied the themaid thlmaid theniald
maid I belong to the Housemaids club cluband cluband clubnd
and a nd youll oull have to get a recommendation recommendationfrom recommendationfrom recommendationrom
from f rom the president before I can work for foryou Corou
you < ou lerhaps your last maid is a mem member memLer memher ¬
her If she Is and will give you ou a good goodsendoff goodscmlotr goodcottoff
sendoff s that will do I might try tr it for fora fora fora
a while whileThe whilerhe whileThe
The wife wtfeof of the railroad man departed departedIn
In i n wrath but after a weeks trial de decided decided declded ¬
cided to submit to the club She did not notreach notre notreach
reach re ch this conclusion however until she shohad S shehad 1I 1Ihad
had satisfied s tigt1ed herself IH rselt that the housekeep housekeepers ¬
ers of Monett were at the mercy merc of the themaids themltlds themaids
maids To obtain terms she was compell compelled compelled compelled ¬
ed to call upon the president Miss Emma EmmaChildren EmnJiChllgren EmmaChilaren
Children who is described as a flaxen ilaxenrmircd HaxenhnlNd flaxenhaired
haired Swede This official promised to tolay tola toay
lay la l ay tle matter before the club at a meet meetIns meetIn meetug
Ins In l ug to t be h < called In tho applicants kitch kitchen kltchelr kitchen ¬
en elr After a secret session the employer employerwas emvloorwas employerwas
was permitted to hire a servant servantThe senantJhe servantSite
The flume of 05 ShoppingFrom SbolplucFrom Shopping SiloppIligFrom
From Harpers Weekly WeeklyAYomcn Weeklyomen weeklyVomen
AYomcn omen buy clothes and household ef effects effects effects ¬
fects chiefly chlen letting themselves run over overInto overhJto overinto
Into such other delights of purchase as astheir astheir astheir
their purses and their consciences permit permitIt permitIt
It Is hard hardwork work and they the often exhaust exhaustthemselves exhaustthomli exhaustthemselves
themselves thomli eS in the labor of it and make makemost makemost makemost
most of that when they the discourse about aboutIt aboutit
It They seldom recognize that it is a alabor alabor alabor
labor they the delight In or admit Its im importance 1mportance Importance ¬
portance to their happiness Chicago la laments inments a amania ¬
ments the retirement from active partici participation participation partlelpation ¬
pation In this great pursuit of one of its itsmost itsmost itsmost
most notable ornaments She Is Mrs JlrsONeill MrsONeill Irg IrgONelll
ONeill the wife of ONeill the Barley BarleyKing BarleyIn BarleyKin
King Kin In who lately late sustained reverses The Thegentlemen Thegentlemen
gentlemen who chronicle the wonderful wonderfulthings wonderCulthings wonderfulthings
things that happen In IniiChlcago Chicago speak of ofMrs ofrs ofMrs
Mrs rs ONeill O em with admiration as a woman womanwho womanwho
who believed Is n is the lauded economy of ofgetting orgetting ofgetting
I
getting the best and whose bill In a sin single 4ngTe 1 1rIe ¬
gle shop run up in a short time was 25 250X J 5
000 She bought anything that was god gjodbooks
books jewels furs silks sUk laces Iilouwhalwr whatever whateverattracted r rattracted
attracted her Sad Sa to say her gowns or orsame orlame
same of them were lately sold at auction auctionxnd auctionmd auctioniid
xnd iid at last accounts there th re was a deputy deputysheriff deputyshtflft deputysheriff
sheriff In chars of herself and the reel residue reiollduu reelduti ¬
due of her effects lit her rooms In the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Pacific Hotel Harvest time SMH SMHto setmto seeneto
to have been cut somewhat short in her heroa herQdSe herease
oa ease se but she sh gathered gatheredin in what she could couldThis couldTblll couldTbis
This Kujr nO Zvtiew One OneA OnrPreM OneL5il1
PreM lAd L5il1 TItDItI TItDItIshort TI4lltA
A short time ago at a school in th thNorth thi thirth thNorth
North rth of England during a lesson on the theanimal theanlMnI theanimal
animal kingdom the teacher put the fol following Loliewing 01 01Itwtftg ¬
lowing question questionCan qU05UonCan questionCan
Can any boy name me an animal of ofthe otthe ofthe
the order Indentata7 that Is a toothless toothlessanimal tootbleiiSAnimal tootbleisanimal
animal animalA r
A 10 boy whose face beamed with A At pleasure pleasureat
at t the prospect of a good remark replied repnadv3Fwhnt repliedlean
1 lean leanVeiI can canWII1
WII1 v3Fwhnt what Is the tiienlmalT tiienlmalTMy anlmair anlmairMy animal animalJy
My Jy grandmother randm0t0 andmothcr replied the boy bo in ingreat 1ftIrt1t InrenLgee
great renLgee glee lee
THE GOLDEN Roo RooDittht RODDrtckl RooflI5ht
Dittht tolfea RJ the MtMb of Cad CadSt dIi Cod5rida
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Art s erwy feMr ssr la see al shower showerIt sbOwcrIi
It blows sir < seek and rW rWTJK rRt rRton nitTb
Tb TJK Mtl petss U flwr fIw by erB era or tower towerIt
It tbUMc thrattfc awawn a D d dare dareA days dayst jr jrA
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1U I itM4 BU4 with Ith stsftMl ray rayWbc 1575 1575We ara
Wbc 8 l Jay Iseces ars are re gene 18ft It still blooms on onbMMrtal onhlMMrto11 onI
bMMrtal I iial In Us it sphere sphereIMfccsU iPheI5IIhseztk pl ere ereDtfed <
IMfccsU Dtfed the ekios VH It abler dfea dfeafrtaimpbaat dlealI1l disevlenpliant
frtaimpbaat lI1l tiery t oil year yearA reurIIII Yearjt
IIII A 4 re p the wul oui fren tote to pole poleM rolee
1 M M e ettattfal tal shore ttiorrStall shorentis
Stall 1 rl rtII ad riM thr thAUlh uh nnknsirn kits aklClJItII skiests0 kitsAs
As JItII i arne tile lereYeruwlre revernwre
lereYeruwlreJOlllA
J011NA JOYCE JOYCEUtla JOY JOYIECljla 1C 1CClblD <
Utla Jrta lid 0 Od n0et J st t XM w tfJ
NOW N OW THE FANCY BODICE BODICENot BODICENot BODICEot
Not N ot Going Goin Oat Except to toTheater toTheater toTheater
Theater or Dinner DinnerPOPULARITY DinnerPOPULARITY DinnerOPULARITY
POPULARITY P OF SEPARATE WAISTS WAISTSGeld WAISTSGeld WAISTSeld
G Geld eld Braid Corainx Into Style asanOraa asanOraarafwt a ne an Ores Oraamenc Oresmeet
meet for or the New Bodices DodlteSlmplicltr Slmplicltr ef efCat orCat ofCut
Cat Slant Bo Adhered Te TTl1e The Dews Dewndrooped Dowut1roofled Dewsdrooped
drooped licit In Front FroutVarletr Variety or Xrw XrwSkirl eY eYtklrt eVSkirt
Skirl 3Iodel Jl del Offer Pleasing roisibUIllrs PonlbllIIlea roisibUI rossibluties
Ilea for rorthevititerOtbervnd the ViatcrOtber Fads Faat ia Vogue
Xew cewYork e York York Oat Oetg OetgUDGING 5 5UDG1NG 6UDGl
UDG1NG UDGl G of next nextwinters n nextwinters ex t twin
winters win t e r s fash fashIons t fashions ash ashIons
Ions from such evi evidence evIdence cvidence ¬
dence as now 13 at athand athand athand
hand makes It easy easyto easYto easYto
to prophesy that thatseparate t thatseparate hat hatseparate
separate bodices are areto areto arcto
to be In great favor favorCertainly favorCertalnlr favorCertainly
Certainly the most mostrestless mOiltrestless mostrestless
restless fashion de designer designer
signer 8 I g n e r no longer longersuggests longersuggests longersuggests
suggests that fancy fancybodices fancybodIces fancybodices
bodices are going goingout goingout goingout
out unless he means meansthat meansthat meanSthat
that they are going goingout goingout goingout
out a great many manytimes manytimes manytimes
times with My y Lady LadyVogue LadyVogue LadyVogue
Vogue to the the theater theater theater ¬
ater to dinner to todrive todrie todrive
drive and the like likeThe likeThe likeThe
The en suite gown gownis gonIs gownIs
is quite the thing thingbut thingbut thingbut
but even those who whoneed whoneed whoneed
need not economize economizerealize economizereallze economizerealize
realize the advan advantage adantage advantage ¬
tage for many man oc occasions occaslons occasions ¬
casions of the fancy fancybodice fancybodice fancybodice
bodice Its current currentshowing currentshowing currentshowIng
showing is as no noticeable nOticeable nOticeable ¬
ticeable na ever for forvariety forvariety
variety and richness
The T he i liking for gold has full fu1 expression expression In InIt inThis
j It It This has
been used sparingly for some someme
t time ti me and now It Is to be employed more moreeely
l freely tree fr eely I It
may ma appear nearly all over any anyouter anyouter anyuter
outer o uter garment and as applied to fancy fancyodices
bodices b odices is often pretty enough to concil conciliate concllIate concilte ¬
iate la te any an opponent Taffeta bodices espe especially esp espcla1ly espeaily ¬
cially d < aily white ones are embroidered in all allover allover allver
over o ver design de lgn with tiny gold bullion cord cordThe cordThe cordhe
The T he sWAgger ones are embroidered em roMercd after aftermaking altermaking afteraking
r making m aking and the design suggests yokefinisti yokefinistifor
for f or collar and wrists and sometimes for foredges fored fordges
edges edgesSimplicity ed e dges dgesSimplicIty es esSimplicity
Simplicity of cut must be adhered to toThe toThe tohe
The T he desired model Includes a flat back back a afew atew aew
j few f ew gathers narrowing It at the waist waistline waistline waistne
line li ne a perfectly flat front and such slight slightlooieness slightlooenes slightooseness
i looieness l ooseness below as results from omitting omittingdarts omlttlndarts omittingarts
darts d arts Sleeves may be double or or not notMany notMany notany
Many M any are gathered at the wrists Tlsts An Another Another Anther ¬
other o < ther beautiul method of using usln = gilt cord cordIng cordInl cordng
Ing i i ng Is in putting it on allover laces Gold Goldis GoldIs Golds
is i s alQ applied in narrow bullion braid braidrun braidrun braidun
run r un so close sometimes that the effect is isstartling isstartling istartling
s startling s It is not to be supposed that thatthe thatthe thathe
I the t he designers are thus decorating last lastseasons lastseasons lasteasons
5 seasons s bodices bod lees to bring them up to date datebut datebut dateut
but b ut this finish Is so easily applied to such suchmaking suchmaking i imaklng
making over ov r that economizers should shouldbear shouldoar i ibear
bear b oar it in mind It will Ul restore a bodice bodiceto bodiceto
I to t o a look of advanced advanced stylishness some something something somehing ¬
i thing t that rarely Is effected by renovat renovating renovatInC renovatng ¬
i InC i ng
Many 11IGD to Choose From FromMost Fromfost FromtTost
Most fost fancy waists stop at the down downdrooped downrooped
drooped d rooped belt In front The newer fashion fashionthat fashionthat fashionhat
l that t hat finishes with tabs falling either un under under Uner ¬
der ti < er or over the belt to several Inches be below below beow ¬
i low l ow the waist line Is not yet popular popularFichued popularFichued popularichued
Fichued P J ichued bodices are charming for semi semidress semidress semiress
dress d ress Almost always alva s the fichu falls long longThere longThere longhere
There T here Is little abatement of the Eton EtonJacket Etonjacket Etonacket
Jacket j < acket craze and many fancy fanc bodices bodicesshow bodicesshow bodiceshow
show s how the Eton or a suggestion of It ItFancy It ItFanc itancy
Fancy Fanc F ancy waists may be collarless In St St Ce Cecilia Cecilia Ceilia ¬
cilia c ilia style or highswathed hl hswathed at the neck neckYokes neckYokes neckokes
Yokes Y okes are as popular as ever but one may mayventure mllYventure mayenture
venture v something else if she likes Vel Velvet Velvet Velet ¬
vet v et satin grenadines tissues allover alloverlace alloverlace alloverace
lace l ace from the most delicate to a heavy heavyopenwork heavyopenwork heavypenwork
openwork o < cording brocades and hand handstitched handstitched handtitched
stitched s < lawn are all being made Into Intofancy intofancy Intoancy
fancy f sf ancy bodices Stunning tailorlike cloth clothones c10thones clothnes
ones o nes are goldbuttoned and goldbraided goldbraidedPlaid goldbraidedPlaid goldbraidedlaid
Plaid P laid velvet bodices are wonders of match matchIng matchIng matchng
Ing i ng The Russian blouse bodice trimmed trimmedand trimmedand trimmednd
and a nd fastened at one side reappears in all allmaterials allmaterials allmaterials
materials though It seems better suited suitedto suitedto suitedo
to t o outside jackets jacketsAltogether jacketsAltogether jacketsAltogether
Altogether there Is much to choose choosefrom choosetrom chooserom
from f rom Five pretty selections were made madeby madeb madeby
by b the artist In the first small picture picturewas picturewas i iwas
was a bodice of white taffeta embroidered embroideredIn
In i n gilt ecru lace and stitching trimming trimmingthe trtmmin trtmminthe trimminghe
the t he bolero Black velvet trimmed so much muchof muchof muchof
of the bodice as showed between the thejacket thejacket theacket
jacket j acket fronts This Is a stylish trick just jusinow jus jusno justnow
now no At the left In the first large picture pictureIs
Is i s another white taffeta bodice embroid embroidered embroidered ¬ I Iered
ered In allover design with gilt cord cordAbove cordAbove I IAbove
Above It la I a lavender panne velvet with withvest withvest I
vest of white chiffon and fichu revers of ofIvory otIvory ofvory
Ivory i vory white lace Next this Is a bodice of ofheavy ofheavy I Iheavy
heavy cream allover lace that showel showelfine showe1fine showejfine
fine tracery tracer of black silk cord with green I
Styles of Skirts Already Accepted
around with narrow side panels of white whitecloth whitecloth whitecloth
cloth embroidered In silver silverThe stiverThe silverThe
The artist shows s a few examples of the thenew then6W thenew
new millinery but It is a time for going goingBlow golnSfllow goingslow
Blow in considering this array arra She who whowas whowas whowas
was wise got early last spring a simple simpleand simpleamI simpleand
and modish hat on the turban order and andthis andthis
this should serve until fall styles are set settled settled settied ¬
tled Turbans are large on the head set setlow setlow setlow
low and an are compact Some stunning stunningonts stunningontf stunningonet
onts in collarbox shape set down almost almostto
to the ears A brim turns back close closeagainst closen cioseagainst
against n lnst the sides of the collar box and is isas 1Sas isas
as high as at its sides sl es A great buoch bu ch of ofwheeled otwheeled ofwheeled
wheeled ribbon Is set right In front or a alittle alttJe alttle
little to one side as may be more be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming and there may be two or three threeLunches threeLuutses threebunches
Lunches Such a hat will be fashionable fashionableall
all winter It may be covered with the thecloth tllecloth tilecloth
cloth of the dress with which it is to Le Levorn Leworn Ieworn
worn or It may be covered flat with dark darkbreast darkboeast darkbreast
breast feathers Later this design will willbe w1l1be willbe
be worn In fur trimmed with gold mount mounted mounted mounted ¬
ed lace Gold and silver nver are freely used usedor uStdor usedor
or the new n w hats Russian caps are areadorned nr nradorned areadorned
adorned with gold cord and tassel Hat Hatcrowns Hatcrowns Hatcrowns
crowns are covered with sold old braid and andhave andhave andhave
have brims of heavy straw Later this thissort thissort thissort
sort will show fur brim brimHats brimHats brImHats
Hats set square on the head are pushed pushedback pushelback pushedback
back of the low pompadour and ore oreworn nreworn areworn
worn much canted to one side balance balancebeing balancebeIng balancebeing
being restored by massing the trimming
Samples Sa lples of New Bodices and Hats I
satin for fo foundation fon atlon Last appears a bed bodice bllee bedlea ¬
ice of pale crepe de chine with 1th which whichwent wb1ehweRt whichwent
went a bolero of brocaded blue and andwhite andwhite aMwhite
white velvet elvet finished with heavy haa blacK blacKsilk blnexsilk
silk cord Many Man that are more fanciful fancifulthan fancifulOmn fancifulthan
than these are seen Indeed a garment garmentmutt lrmontmUlt garmentmust
mutt be highly wrought Just now to grade gradens
as a fancy rane bodice bodicelllcllitd j jilcuircl
ilcuircl skirt klrl a Great Uo UoApparently GoApparently 0 0APPftrentl
Apparently the pleated skirt is to be a agreat nroot agreat
great root go Nearly early all the highgrade mod models models models ¬
els show some form of it it That means meansthat meanstha meansthat
that tha t the fashion will take strong general generalhoW generalhold generalhold
hold and that designers dHigne will get to work workat workat j jnt
at once onC on something exclusive t clu5Ive for the thewomen theVlonen thewomen
women Vlonen who can n afford to refuse ready readyj readyJude readywade
j Jude flde designs She who yields to the gen general gtneml gencent ¬
cent order and yet who likes the sheath sheathskirt sheathskirt 1 1skirt
skirt has at last been satisfied There is isfor Istor isfor
for her a skIrt Jude on a yoke that Is Isaheoth Isshenth I Isheath
sheath and not very deep TIle skirt sJjirtpleats skirtpleats skirtpleatS
pleats Into this except Just In front where whereyoke whereyoke I Iyoke
yoke and front panel are ar on one The pleats pleauspring plet1U5pring
spring free tr Just at the knell to allow foot footfuHnogs footrullnos footfullneSS <
fullneSS Such a skirt klrt and Us many modi modifications modltlcatlonli rnoditications ¬
fications present pe ont EWN good features aluros of all re recent reoent reOeflt ¬
cent fashions A few tewaklrJJ skirts are pleated to toabsolute toabjiOhU
absolute correspondence with the outline outlineof outlineot outlineof I j
of tho figure about hips and back The Thepleats
pleats ore sewed flat to well below the II IIpleati
knee knee where a band covers them Below a aehai 1shalord aaha1d
ehai shalord fd flounce is set In front skirt and andflott andftOIt andfloir
flott ce e are one oneTte on onTle oneTte
Tte skirt of double Invert inverted pleat at the theback theback
back Is already established Often the theedges theedItS theedges
edges that come together at the back are aresewed arceWM aresewed
sewed Sat eat and to below belo the icujd of the thefigure thellure thefigure
figure there is 1 all the closeness of the thesheath theIbuth thesbeaib
sheath Graduated pleats wide at the foot footand tootand footand
and narrowing to mere mtre cords at the hip hipshotr hipsbow hipshow
show on either sHe of the front ont panel panelwhich pannIwhle panelwhic
which whle is almost always plain and some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times are In groups of the thr or four rJl rJlaround rJIaround iiiaround
around the skirt This is a guarantee of ofmade otmade ofmade
made to order for such pleats must be belaid belal belni4
laid lal lni4 whKe whl e one stands to be fitted tte L Only Onlythus On1ythus Onlythus
thus will the graduating have the right righteffect rlshtefteet righteltect
effect and when a a gown of delicate broad broaddoth broadcloth broadcloth
cloth Is thus made by an expert the loss lossthereafter 1053thereafter lossthereafter
thereafter by the wearer of even a few fewpounds fewpounds fewpounds
pounds wfJ wi l hurt the perfection of the fit fitwhile fitwhne fit fitwhile
while a gain Heavens madam your yotirskirt yourskIrt yourskirt
skirt would burst declared decl sred a consci conscientious coniclenUou coned conedentious ¬
entious tailor tailorXetr tall tailorcew or orev
Xetr ev Idea Ira la Box Pleat PleatA VicarA PleatA
A pair of box pleats at the back edges edgesadjacent ed edgesadjacent es esadJacent
adjacent at tbe belt belt each box pleat nar narrowed narrowed narrowed ¬
rowed at the top so that side by side sidethey sidethey Ide Idethe1
they take up only a third of the space spacebetween spa spabetween spacebetween
between the hips Is another new Idea IdeaThe IdmThe ideetThe
The box pleats grow wider and separate separateas
as they extend below b low the waist line al allowing al10lng allowing ¬
lowing a pointed panel of plain cloth to toshow toshow toshow
show between AccorJion pleating reap reappears reappears reappears ¬
pears the pleats being beln almost always alwayssewed alwa alwaI alwayssewed
I sewed flat till allowed to spring for foot footfullness tootCullness footfullness
fullness The fan accordion is more be becoming becoming becoming ¬
coming than are the plain pleats Kilted Kiltedskirts KtItedskirts Kiltedskirts
skirts look well on slender figures but butare butare butare
are heavy Skirts laid In seweddown seweddownnarrow sewedaownnarrow seweddownnarrow
narrow pleats from hip to hip across the theback theback
back offer the least concession to the thefashion thefashion thefashion
fashion with perhaps the least l nst loss of ofoutline otoutline ofoutline
outline and gain In in weight Of course wo women women ¬
men who like the close skirt declare declarethemselves declarethemsehcs declarethemselves
themselves against pleats merely because becauseof becauseof becauseof
of their weight weightThree w weightThree lgbt lgbtThree
Three forms of the pleated skirt that al alretdy aIrerdy alreedy
reedy are numerous are sketched by b the theartist theartist theartist
artist The first two are very er moderate moderateThe moderateThe moderateThe
The loft I t hand one was pleated below the theknees theknees theknees
knees Vxt ktt side and back This gown was wasdark wagd2rk wasdark
dark red broadcloth with gilt braid trim trimming trimmlngo trimming ¬
ming Next it Is a skirt that had two twoboxpleats twoboxpleats twoboxpleats
boxpleats sewed flat at the back Brown Browncloth Browncloth
cloth and gilt cord entered Into It burnt burntorange burntorange
I Iorange
orange velvet furnishings the bodice Last LastIs Lastisa I IIs
Is isa a skirt klrt of gray ladles cloth pleated all
against the hair on the upturned tide A
few effects recalling the downovertha downoverthanose dorno erth9 erth9nose I
nose vogue of some time ago are popular popularwith popularwith I Iwith
with girls whose whox piquancy makes them
becomlnc becomIDf AiaoRj ilO tiion thee t e e Is a litllctsode litllctsodewith little todel
with helmet he mot crown croYtl1 narrow brim cio loin loinrned
turned rned back and rolling romn down visor isl > r
ffc fuition aion over the eye e e Pompons of 0 ol gold goldfeetlve old
II lftee wheels h 1a ot gold or silver bullion rib i
bon and chcux ot such ribbon art all ft
feetlve Great bows are made of straw strawso strawclosely strawS
so S closely run with gold wire that the ef efset
fC t Is ot a great rlat bow bo ot got olJ S Such h are
set dashingly aslant the fronts of hats hatswhh halwhh
whh in fn front t view Iew seem to be hardly I Imre
mre than the bow Black velvet hct helmet
hM huts with just brim enough to support Bupport
th th bow are stunning stunnln vhn hen thus trim trimmed trImnecl ¬
med medThe niedrho
neclhe
The drapery hat Is already already fetchinelr fetchinelrrevived fetchingIrevived
revived Masses I e5 of velvet fold on fold foldare foultire
are arran arranged f d to curve Into the grip of ofgreat a IIgrt i igreat
great grt at > gold buckle This holds Aba a1a the theliulil th thuJll tliseuIli
liulil uJll of a drooping plume and thus la latnnrte ismAtJe Jemade
made tnnrte n a TilffliW picture lcture hat hnr thrf that is suitable cmltiltn nQ nQIIna now nowand nnn nnnand
and wit wiI be handsome all winter Except
for the brilliantly lavish use of gold and andsilver antIsliver
silver dark hats acorn to be moat In
favor Somber and rich shade are gen generally g genorally I IeraHy ¬
orally brooming mlng about the heed especial es clal ¬
ly I whoa hats hat are large Ivg It IB too Il1rly crly to toRueaa tcguess 0 0IU
guess IU S what tho coming comln dress hat will be beIts
Its pretty preU certain cert ln that the hatless head
beautifully cclffed and ornamented with witha wifta
a rich comb will be considered distin distinguished dlUnLUJtJ1Cd distinUW1C ¬
guished UW1C
A
HOW TO BE GRACEFUL GRACEFULFamous CRACEFUlFamous ORACEFULa ORACEFULFamous
j
a
Famous Premiere Danseuse DanseuseGives DanseuseGhes DanseuseGiVes
Gives Her Prescription PrescriptionWOMEN PrescriptionWOMEN PrescriptionvoMFN
WOMEN SHOULD WATCI1 THE OAT OATPerfect OATPerfect OATPerfect
Perfect Specimen of r lateral Grace Is the theFeline tkeFeline IkeFeline
Feline PetPfay PetPlluleal IcalCHltHre Cahare Not fut the But SettWaj Buta BestVa
Waj Va a to Acquire Cliulre Grace Since It Develops DevelopsOac Dcyelo DcyeloOae DevelopsOne
One Set of orlnsele 31nacle at the Espnae xpeaae of ofOtheriSImple DfOlh ofOibenShnplc
OtheriSImple Olh ra ll lIlc Methods of Becoming BecomingGraceful DecoutlugGraoefulDanelfl5 ecoml ecomlOraeeulDaurlu
Graceful OraeeulDaurlu Dancing Should bould Be Cullirnled CullirnledMmc CalHyaledUme CuitirniedMme
Mme Marie Bonfantl one of the great greatest gratest greatest
est dancers of the century a danseuse danseusewhose danseusewhose danseusewhose
whose art ranked her with Taglionl and andFanny andFanny andFanny
Fanny ElIsler says that the American American7oman Americanomn Americanwoman
woman Is In danger of becoming becomlnaawk becomlnaawkward awk awkward awkward ¬
ward should she persist In her present presentdevotion presen presendevotfon presentdevotion
devotion to athletics and the gymnasium gymnasiumllarie symnaslumIarte gymnasiumMarie
Marie Iarte Bonfanti was we born in Italy ltal Her Heraptitude Heraptitude Heraptitude
aptitude for dancing Is not Inherited as asnone asnone asnone
none of her family was ever on the stage stageWhen stageWhen stageWhen
When quite a child her grace and ease easeIn eastIn easein
In dancing attracted the attention of experts experts ex cxperth ¬
perts who advised her parents to send sendher sendher sendher
her to the school for dancing at Milan Milanwhere Milanwhere Ulan Ulanwhere
where great premieres danseuses are aretrained aretrn1ted aretrained
trained at the expense of the governmentShe government goverlunentShe
She entered the school when she was wasten wasten wasten
ten years old and nd studied for three yeaw yeawHer yeazsHer eaJ3 eaJ3Her
Her teacher was Blasls the Instructor Instructorof
of many man famous dancers dancersSho dancersSho dancersShe
Sho made her debut In Milan at the theagft theage theage
age of thirteen and scored an Instant sue success suece suecess ¬
cess ce s for she was young beautiful and andgifted andgifted andgifted
gifted with the grace of a sylph She Shedanced Shedanced
danced In Europe for ono on year three threemonths
months In Milan and three months In InLondon InLondon inLondon
London Then so s sb came to America and andhas andhas andhas
has remained here ever since sinceEarly sinceEarly sinceEarly
Early In her professional career Cl > reer she shemarried shemarried shemarried
married a Mr George Hoffman a mem member memb rnemberof ¬
ber b berof r of a very fine family of New Xe York
who died soon after leaving her withdaughter withdaughter with a adaughter I
daughter whom she placed in a fashion fashionrable fashionable fashionable
able convent school where she was edu educated cducateda educated ¬
cated cateda a pianiste She displayed ex exceptional exceptional exceptional ¬
ceptional talent In music musicProm musicFrom musicFrom
From her teacher the Senor Ranlere RanlereVHanova RanlereYUanoa I
VHanova she received a gold medal as aswell aswell a awell I
well as ft a gold medal from the convent conventfor conventfor
for distinguished progress She now as assiats assists
sists her mother with her classes but butdocs butdocs bu budoes I
docs not appear In n public publicFamous publicFamnut publicFamous
Famous in hThe The Black BlackMme Crook CrookMme CrookMme
Mme Bonfantls greatest triumph was wasin wasIn wa 3 3In
in The Black Crook whose wonderful wonderfulballet wonderfulballet I Iballet
ballet so old theatergoers say has never neverbeen necrbeen nerc r rbeen
been surpassed The grace and beauty beautyof beaut
of the premiere helped to make this thisballet thIsballet thi thiballet S
ballet noted Men Ien raved over her charm charmand charmiand charmsand
and women envied enledher her renown When she sheappeared sheappeared sh shappeared
appeared on the streets crowds of admir admirers admirers admirers ¬
ers would gather to stare at her as she shestepped shestepped sir S Sstepped
stepped from her carriage to go Into one oneof uneof un e eof
of the shops or the theater and when she shedanced shedanced sb S Sdanced
danced the florists shops were emptied emptiedto I Ito
to supply her with stage tributes The Theadoration Theadoration S Sadoration
adoration for the lovely Bonfanti was a acharacteristic acharactertstlc t tcharacteristic
characteristic of the theatergoing theater ong pub ¬
lie more idealistic more romantic more moreemotional moreemotional mar S Semotional
emotional but also more natural than the thecynical UUcynical tb e ecynical
cynical supercritical audiences of today
After Af ter the revival revlvalot of The Black Crook Crookabout Crookabout Crookabout
about ten years ago Mme i3onfanti onfanti retir retired reU reUed retlred ¬
ed permanently from the stage She be became became became ¬
came a teacher of her art art as other great greatdancers breatdancers grea greadancers
dancers have done don on their withdrawal withdrawalfrom withdrawalrrom withdracyafrom
from the footlights footlightsShe tootllghtsShe footlightsShe
She has decided views In regard to tI
dancing and certainly no woman In InAmerica InAmerica ii iiAmerica
America today is more competent to tospeak tospeak ti a aspeak
speak on the subject of the training of ofthe ofthe o
the muscles for the education of a dan danseuse danseuse dansense
seuse is as much a science as that of a aprlma aprima a aprima
prima donna donnaMme donnaIme donna3Ime
Mme Ime Bonfantls specialty Is the train
Ing in those small graces which make the thecrude tb e ecrude
j crude society butterfly the polished worn woman wornan wornan ¬
an of the world Her system the teach ¬
ing of the poetry of motion shows a stu
i dent the art of walking across a ballroom
the proper method of acknowledging an ai a
Introduction whether to ones equals equalsones equtlsones equalsones
ones social superiors or to ones Infe Inferiors Inferiors Inforiors ¬
riors for there are shades of difference differencerequired I1ltCercncerequired e erequired
required by the niceties of social usage
The woman who has lately latel come in to her hermillions bermillions he r rmillions
millions learns how to step in and out of ofj o f
j her brand new equipage qulpa how to enter her herI heropera he r
I opera box divest herself of her splendid splendidcloak spenddcloak splend1cloak S rS
cloak and sinking Into her luxurious luxuriouschair luxuriouschair S Schair
chair demean herself gracefully as the theglaases Uleg1aJses Ut e eglasses
glasses of the house are leveled on nero
How to appear to critically appreciate appre ht
the arias of the great tenor or the prima
donna how to entertain the friends that tha I
drop Into her box between the acts All Al
these and the thousand thou nd and one other de ¬
tails of social life dependent on a natunl natunlcarriage natunlcnm 1 1carriage
carriage cnm a e celfpossesslon
and grace grag are aremastered artmastered ar C Cmastered
mastered masteredThe masteredThe masteredThe
The great Bonfanll claims that easy ens I
manners and bearing come from the rnns
tery of the muscles that her system a
teaches for part of the th
teaching of Blasis Blasisand Dlulsand C Cand
and Old World ballet
masters was an ex exquisite exquIsite cxquisite ¬
quisite deportment deportment3llMale deportment11Inlu deportment3iietakes
3llMale ofPLrIcal failure failureThe C CultureThe lture ltureThe
The woman w man who studIes tud physical cul cu
ture with the Idea that It will make her hergraceful hergraceful he r rgraceful
graceful says Mme Bonfantl D la j mak ma ¬
ing a very ery great mistake I know for or 1
have carefully observed the system and an d
have convinced myself that it Is I not what whatthe whatthe whs it itthe
the American woman needs It I develops developsone develo a aone
one let et of muscles musel at a the expense ex r1Se of an another as ¬
other Pointing Polntln to her grtcefui jmi pe r
Look at my cat Is I she not 1 model of ofgrace otgraee t tgrace
grace The grace raC of the cat I is > < the grace graceof grac e eof
of nature One could not have a better bettermodel bette r rmodel
model than a playful kitten She Jumps 5 5she
IJh she he dances d nees and
springs ptI Ss about
every mn mnele mUJ C Ccie
ele Ie employed and her little mind pleas pleasurably pleatur plea 0 0urstbly
urably ur bly active profiting by the exercl exercise e as aswell aswell s ii iiwell
well wellMme
Mme 1 Ime me Bonfantffi love for cats f b appar apparent apparent r rent ¬
ent Daisy her p pet t U a curiously spot spotttd sp I Ilcd
ted black and white cat that enjoys the it It
lessons of pupils great and small Her Htrgambols e r rgambols
gambols sometimes serve to Illustrate to tothe i o I Ithe
the pupils Mme Boofantf principle ot ota It Itaqquirng
acquiring a urtni p pe peise Ue e and ease in movement movementIn
loIn In danclnsr continue the teacher teacherevery ttachereYer r rever
every ever muscle Is developed harmoniously harmoniouslyan harmonlousi harmonlousiand
an ant < thus t us both grace nee and strength are rc ac acquired acquired a aquired ¬
quired A lady Jat1 does not need the strent trngth trngthand tr nth nthand ii iiand
and muscle of a prize fighter t1 ter Athletic ttblet I
exercise art j violent that as a nal ru i 1 I
they destroy the delicacy and nd accuracy of ofmucle
muscle action A professional athlete may maybe maFbe maYbe I
be a finelooking animal but hU hl 13 I muscle muscleorcisrdoped mUJcliO muscleoYedvaioped
orcisrdoped O lped A A dancer of the old classic classicschool classicschool classicschool
school represents all needed development developmentof
of muscle and with oac ace ec In fnaddlUon fnaddlUonStadlnl addition
Sending children chU ren M cua a gymnasium Is a 11creat
great mistake It Is difficult for an In Intnutor
structor In a gymnasium to determine determinewhen determInewhen determinewhen
when the child t J overexercIsed and andwhen andwhen
when H It is attempting feats beyond Its ItslUJJcth
strength for all children ehn ren are not alike ll hthl3
this respect I know many man ladles I1dl s who whowill
will not send their children to a gymna gymnasium crmnaJfum gymnaalum ¬
alum Jfum and I wish more mohers were as assensible DSsensible
sensible In dancing the little ones learn learnnot learnnotonr ltMTflnot
not notonr OET oxzy how to exercise their muscles musclesbut musceJbut
but they learn l un deportment as well When WhenI
I speak of dancing dancln I mean the old classic classicdancing ctu3 cianedancing c cdancIn
dancing dancIn not the modern round dances dancesSchools domesSchools
Schools for teaching te3chln dancing are supported supportedby
by b the government both In Italy ItlLl and andFrance a andPrance 011 011France
France Abroad a great deal more valu valuIs valuu value
Is placed upon this early training for ease tas tasgrace easegrace
grace and deportment than th n In this coun country countrF country ¬
try To It may be attributed xh the h easy eas easdeferential
deferential manners for which the French Frenchand Frenchand Frenchand
and Italians are famed famedDftado
DnocloK Dftado un t o JraortRllt luifortBBtStHilr Study StudyFor tud tudFor
For alt those who can afford it dane dancing d1I1cInl ¬
lag should be one of the th most Important Importantbranches Importantbracches
branches of study stud Nothing could 4b 4bbetter be
better JOT those who are afflicted with withweak withwek withweak
weak chests as so many man are in this thisnorthern thIsnorthern
northern climate for it develops dcvclo the mus muscles
cles des of the diaphragm as as well as the mus muscles muscles
cles des of the arms and legs legsIf lersIt
If you will ill consider that all the great greatdancers Jfcatl1ancen
dancers as Taglionl and Fanny Elaler Elalerlived EIslerlived
lived to be que old you ou will see that thatwith
with all Its hardships and selfdenials selfdenialsthe seltdenlalithe
the life of a great dancer is a wholesome wholesomeone
one To keep the muscles In condition conditionthere conditiontbere conditionthere
there must be plain living Hvln and constant constantexercise conitantexercls
exercise or they will stiffen and one onemust onemust
must pay for a weeks indolence by b two twomonths twomonths
months of hard practice I myself am amnever amnever
never really ill Every Eer day I teach and andpractice andpractice
practice and my friends often wonder wonderthat wonderthat
that I am not exhausted but the stcret stcretof stcretof stcretof
of It is that In dancing one muscle mu cJc la lanot 15not
not exercised ex rclsed mere than another and andtherefore andtherefore
therefore there ia no exhaustion on that thataccount tbataccount thataccount
account accountI
I think American women are natur naturally naturall
ally all the most graceful In the world but butthey butthey butthey
they too often mar their grace by foolish foolishaffectations foolishaffectatIons foolishaffectations
affectations In carriaca cnrrfa and dress The Thestiff Thestlrr Thestiff
stiff corset tight skirtt and high heeled heeledshoes hee1edshces
shoes are all foes to fa gaee uc P < I am very verysorry ver versorry verysorry
sorry to hear that the I jiiilon leaders In InParis InParts InParis
Paris are wearing hiehtfcled hlgh hfeled shoes for forit forIt forit
it means that thousands of foolish wo women women 0 0men ¬
men here will adopt them and suffer in inhealth Inhealth inhealth
health and appearance appearanceDate appelranceDue
Date the IUo Ioc t Gracful Study SludTThe StudrThe
The most graceful woman In the world worldDuse worldDuse worldDuse
Duse Hers Is the natural unaffected unaffectedgrace unatrectedgrace
grace that comes only as the result of a agreat agreat agreat
great natural gift Bernhardt too Is Iswonderfully iswonderfully Iswonderfully
wonderfully graceful but one feels that thather thatner
her grace Is due to study stud as 8 well as apti aptitude altItude aptitude ¬
tude I consider Mme Patti also worthy worthyto worth worthto
to rank with these women of genius In Ingrace Ingrace ingrace
grace You will observe that the grace graceful craceful graceful ¬
ful woman usually Is noted for her charm charmi cbarmfar
i far Into the period when the hand of time timeIs timeis
is supposed to have placed effacing lines linesupon 11ne3upon linesupon
upon her beauty Bernhardt and Patti Pattlare 1 Pattiare atU atUare
are said to be as charming charmln today as they theycere theyre theywere
were re in their youth youthI outh outhI
I myself melfI I say It in all modesty modestyhave modestyhavenot have havenot
not a line upon my face yet I have never neverused neerused neverused
used any cosmetics When I danced a alittle aUtUe a
little powder rubbed upon the skin served servedi servellto servedto
i to modify the shadowing shadowln effect of the thefootlights thefootlights
footlights but when I left the green room roomit roomIt
it was washed off Some great dancers dancersI l1ancershave
I have not naturally been beautiful women womenI
I I fear the day of the great danseuse is isdone 11 11done
done The old classic dancing has been beenreplaced beenreplaced beenreplaced
replaced by the demand for high hl h kicking kickingcontortions klckin klckincontortions kickingcontortIons
contortions and the split A pretty girl girlhandsomely girlhandsomely Irl Irlhandsomely
handsomely dressed and with the ability abilityto
to do a few dancing steps and sdme high highkicking highkicking
kicking is applauded where an Ellsler or a aTaglionl nTagllonl a
Taglionl would be little more than tol tolerated tolerated tolcrated ¬
erated eratedI
I find that society women understand understandthe understandthe
the value of acquiring that that poetry of mo motion motion motion ¬
tion which Is the underlying principle of ofthe otthe olthe
the old classic dance Many Ian of the la lies liesof Hesof
of New Yorks socalled Four Hundred Hundredwho Hundredwho Hundredwho I
who are among my pupils have a real realtalent realtalent realtalent
talent for dancing which would if they theywent thywent tlie
went upon the stage make them distill distinguished dlsUuulshel1 distillguished ¬
guished ulshel1 dancers for they both love and andappreciate andappreciate an
appreciate the real art of the classic classicdance cJuslcdance classicdance
dance danceAnd danceAnd danceAnd
And the great dancer bowed the Inter Interviewer Interviewer Interviewer ¬
viewer out of her bright studio on upper upperBroadway upperBroadway uppetBroadway
Broadway New York where the great greatladles grentladles greatadies
ladles l of the metropolis go to learn the theart theart
thtt
art of graceful deportment and carriage carriagefreun carrIagetram t
tram f romthe the once great artiste whose beauty beautyand beautyand beaut3and
and charm and grace made her the toas toastof toasof
of two continents
MADGE PORTER PORTERThe POnTERThe PORTERThe
The TJck of Venrinc enrhu Glasses GlnaseFrom GlnueJlFrom
From the Mew Orleans TimesDemocrat TimesDemocratA
A young ouug man who had purchased a pair pairof pairof paiiot
of eyeglasses at a local opticians the theother theother i
other diiy d y was complaining to the clerk clerkthat clerkthat den C Cthat
that he couldnt keep them on They are arecontinually arecontinually S Scontinually
continually falling off he said and are arereally anreally artreally
really getting to be b a firstclass nuisance nuisanceDont nulsancDont nuisanceDont
Dont you think it would help things thin f fyou CYOIl r ryOll
you tightened up the spring a a little littleNo littleNo littleNo
No I wouldnt advise YGU to alter the thespring tilespring tlt tltspring
spring replied the clerk Its so tight tightnow tightnow tigh tighnow
now that it is scarring your nose If youll youllonly youionly ouU ouUonly
only be patient for a few days I think thinkyoull thinkOUU C Cyoull
youll OUU learn to wear these glasses aln ses all allright aUright al I Iright
right Come In at the end of the th week weekand weekand I Iand
and If you are still having havin tTbuble with withthem withthem
them Ill tIt you out with a pair of spec spectacles spectacles spectacles ¬
tacles taclesUWhat
taclesWhat
What do you mean by learning to towear towear t twear
wear those eyeglasses asked a newspa newspaper newspaper newopaper ¬
per man who happened to be b standing standingwithin 8 atanijintwithin lndlniwIthin
within earshot after the customer had hadwalked hQdwalked hatwalked
walked out Is it a trick that has to be beacquired beacquIred hi hiacquIred
acquired by practice practiceCertainly pracUceCertainly practicerCertainly
Certainly it Is 5 replied the clerk
Wearing eyeglasses is something that tha t
has to tob be b learned Just like riding a bicy bicycle bicycleIn ¬
cle cleIn In fact the comparison Is pretty good goodbejcause goodb goodbauso
bejcause b us both are simply feats of balanc balancing balancIni balancleg ¬
leg The shupc 8h iPC of the nose noJS has very little littleto lItUeto litti littito
to do with It continued the clerk and am I
Isnt worth taking Into consideration In Inselecting Inselecting It Itselecting
selecting a pair of glasses But If a man
had a a nose like the th prow of an armored armoredcruiser armoredcruiser armore armorecruiser
cruiser h he < couldnt make eyeglasses ye lases stay eta I
there at the first attempt a tempt Until he ac acquired acqulrtd ¬
quired the knack of keeping ktcPJ them in place
by IJ balance thy would be taUln falllns off every ever
time he h made
a sudden movement no nomatter nomltter r a amatter
matter how tightly he screwed up the the I
spring iprln Once the trick Is mastered hew hewever hgwever however
ever there le no further trouble People Peopi Peopiwho
who wear w ar eyeglasgea eyegla sets habitually and who whomay whoInay a amay
may be regarded as experts keep the the S
spring sprin very IOOE loo loose The glasses rest on the th
bridge of tbe nose as lightly an a feather
but they never come off I once saw sa sawnearsighted W a anearsighted anearsl
nearsighted nearsl htd man tall down two flights of ofstairs oCstaIrs a F Fstaira
stairs and set et up with his hi glasses glas e stili etil iill
firmly In place How Is It done Dear me
I dont know How do people learn to towalk t twalk ti tiwalk
walk the tight rope ropeJlre ropeIre ropelir
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From cem Harpers W WHll WHllThe Weekly WeeklyThe kly klyThe
The present paragrapher noticed with withinterest wiilinterest Jtb Jtbfnter
interest fnter t the other day In an important importantnewspaper ImP lrtat lrtatneWJpaper < t tnewspaper
newspaper published In one of the lar large 14rfTclUes r rcities rcities
cities of New York State an account m mdetail Indetal a a adetaIl
detail half a a column Ion long of the recent recentappearance rtcentappearance recen t tappearance
appearance of Mrs Ira Eddy the Christian ChristianScience CbrfltfLnScience S SScience
Science seeres i at the State fair in Con Concord Concord Concord ¬
cord X H The piece 11 < 6 had a prominent prominentplace promlnmtplace C Cplace
place and an extended heading In big bigtype bigtype bii f ftype
type such uch as to given to Important Jm ntant tele telegraphic telerlphle teltgraphIc ¬
graphic news ne but from peculUritit ecul l1tltf of oftype ottype 0 f ftype
type and other marks It was auupectsd auupectsdthat IUlptctidthat suepedco suepedcothat
that It was a paid advertisement 80 it itwan Itwall I I Iwas
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manager of the newspaper n wp2per This fbi 11 the thefirst lb C
first instance tbe present writer rller has no notie noUetd notieel
tie Uetd d of the th employment by Cddyite of ofpatentmedicine otp a apatentmedicIne
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HOW TO MAKE MARRIAGE A SUCCESS SUCCESSBy SUCCESSDI SUCCESSBy
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terially t desreascd desreascdLet dtreascdLet deureasedLet
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Let t each consult the others feelings feelingsLet fteUorsLet feelingsLet
Let each realize the fact that they are one oneLet 010lthe oneLet
Let lthe the husband frequent lilt Li home horn not tU the flub flubLet alubLtt clubLit
Let his hi having to see e e a nun watt till Ill next nextd lut lutliar nextay
d liar ay y
liarLet yLet
Let his latchkey gather ther unto Itself rust from from dis disuse CUIUlt diise ¬
use u se
useLet seLet
Let him speak ped to bis hi wife Ue not jell sail at ath athflr ater
h hflr er r
hflrLet rLet
Let him be as courteous after marriage as before beforeLet beforeLel beforeLet
Let him confide in his hi wife their Interest Is Ise IIe isuai
e tual tualLet uat uaiLet
uatLeL
Let him assist her In beautifying t utlflnr the tb home homeLet homeLeL him himLet
Let him appreciate her as his best partner partnerLet PArtnerLet partnerLet
Let her not worry him with petty troubles troublesLet troublesLet troublesLet
Let her not narrate Mrs ra Next elt Doors gossip gossipLet loulpLel goisipLet
Let her not fret because beeau lira JJr Neighbor has hassealskin haau a asallkin
i sealskin sealskinLet u e sallkinLet ISkIl ISkIlLet
Let her make home more pleasant than the club clubLet clubLel clubLet
Let her dress as tastefully for him as a straag stranger strangerLet ItiTlIrLet r rLet
Let her sympathize ilth him In business cares caresLet tArelLet caresLet
Let her home mean tort and rest relt not noise and andstrife andstritll andtrife
strife strifeLet stritllLet s trife trifeLet
Let her meet him with a kiss not a frown XrawnThe frGDThe frownThe
The fallowing is the tt definition that won the thelover theIOTlr theover
lover l over prize prUeA prizeIA prizeA
IA A lover Is I a man ma who Is totally totall blind to the theImperfections tb tbImperfecUoIII themperfections
Imperfections i in the woman ho adores who Is Isprovoked IIproToked Isrovoked
provoked p rovoked If other men are not similarly slgbtltii slgbtltiiand aigbtlescnd JrhU JrhUand
and a nd Jealous It they are areTbe cc ccThe r rThe
The definitions accorded hooorabla mention an anthe at atthe cche
the t he following followingA
A lover worships her atone atoneThe atGn atGnThe stoneThe
The only perfect thine thineShe thID thIDS1e thin1she
She only ani she Is I natures n tur1 queen queenAnd queenAolt queenAnd
And he thinks hes 110 the th king kingA kingA kingA
A A lover Is a deluded delu td victim possessed of an In Insane inane
sane s ane de dlr desire lre to provide for another man mans daugh daughter dlluChter daughen ¬
ter t en and perhaps add to the tb comforts of bora home by byAcquiring bTequlrln b7cquiring
Acquiring a ta equlrln a toetb ttlotherIrla ttlotherIrlaA rlBI w wA
A lover U on one who Is transformed by the themagic themalic themagic
magic wand wan I of lone 10 from the king of brutes t rutJl to an BOangeL anaDleL anngel
angeL a Lndanum 4anum alto effects tbe change changeDONT chIllClDONT changeDoNT
DONT DONTDent DONTDoot DoNTDont
Dent wear a silk tat Ia to a picnic picnicDont pIcnicDout picnicDont
Dont wear tight clothing of any sort lortDOI1l sortDont v vDont
Dont bang your mackintosh In a warm place placeDont plaeeDO1t placeDont
Dont affect horizontal stripes Itrlp If you are short In Instature InItltur8 itttature
stature statureDont Itltur8Doot s tatureDont
Dont confound a very tight glove 10 with lIh a well wellfitting welltting 11 11IIttlnr
fitting O tting glove gloveDont CloveDont gloveDont
Dont carry a silk umbrella at t the middle ml dle Use Uaetbe Cethe Usethe
the handle Iwys IwysDant IWilflDilol iwsyaDont
Dant sit crosslegged It you wish to preserve preservetbe pruenethe preservethe
the sat Qt of your trousers trousersDent lroulerDonl trousersDont
Dent wear an elaboratelypatterned rest with a aPrince aFrlnce
Prince Albert cut ceatDont cutDont
Dont wear pronounced effects scts in downstrlpes If Ify ifin
y in a are tail and slight slightDont slightDont
Dont wear madeup neckwear If you can ad adjust adat ¬
just m at easily and gracefully your ties and scarfs scarfsDont scarfsDontthough
Dont Dontthough though some men with pretensions to style styledo ttyiedowear
do dowear wear a high hat with a sack coat coatDont coatDont
Dont put on a collar ro ar which has lust been re relaundered ciaundered
laundered l without examining It far raw edges edgesDont edgesDont
Dont wear Jait seawna season bat with too idea that thatpeople thatpeople
people will regard you as prosperous but eccen eccentric eeceurio ¬
tric t rio
tricDont
Dont play tennis with the ordinary business businessshoes businessshoes
shoes on The right sort for the game can be bebad bebadcheap had hadcheap
cheap cheapD cheapDont
D Dont nt get Into a heated argument on a summers summersday summersday
day unless your linen is thoroughly well starched starchedDont starchedDont
Dont sear Utln at r ralsod Ued pattern ce nccwsr kwir If Ifyour ityour
your beard Is harsh and bristly Wear Instead InsteadClosewoven insteadclosewoven
Closewoven silk as gros grusgrain grain c cThe cTb
The Tb list of weldS phrases and expressions to be beavoided beavoided
avoided by young ladles of Welltslty College In Includes ineludes ¬
eludes the following followingI
I guess so for I suppose so or I think so soFix soFix
Fix things for arrange things or prepare preparethings preparehiugi
things thingsThe t hiugiThe
The use of ride and drive Inttrcbangeably InttrcbangeablyReal
Real good or real nice alt for very food or orreally orreally
really nice niceI
I bare studied some for studied somewhat 01 01I oiI
I hare not studied any for not studitd at all allNot allNot
Not ss I know for not that I knew knewTry knowTry
Try an experiment for make an experiment experimentHad
Had rather for would rather and Ittf IttfUtter ha habetter
Utter for would Utter UtterRight betteraway
Right away for Immediately or cow cowW nowWail
W Wail I1 potted for w wilt ll informed ifoncedTrr informedtr7
Trr aod do for try to do try and go for fortry fortrytogo
try trytogo trytogoIt to go goIt
It looks good trough for It looks well enough enoughor enoobor
or does It lofck good enough for does it logfc logfcwell ioekwell
well enough enoughSomebody enoughSomebody
Somebody elses for forsomaabodyC som body else elsePROVERBS elseitovann
PROVERBS itovann OP THE TU TURK TURKThe TURKthe
The following are a few proverbs translated from fromthe fromhe
the t he Turkish language languageHe lasguagelie
He who has lited long do doe s not know muebf muebfbut much muchbut
but he who has traveled mush knows much muchA
A true word is more bitter than poison poisonIf
If a boric d din s his saddle remalna behind him himif bimif
if a man dies hi name remains remainsH remainaif
H an enemy be as snail ss an ant think hint hintsn himan
sn elephant tlepbaatThe elephantThe
The ross grows from the thorn and thorn from frorathe fromth
the th rose roseA no noA
A thousand sorrows do net pay one debt debtToday CsitTodaya
Today Todaya eggs ar are Utter than tomorrows fowls fowlsTwo fowliTwo
Two captains sink the ship shipA s51pA
A little bill ia a low place p1cc thick thlske lu Itself lf a aou aoutala me melain
lain talaMan
Man is tie mirror of nun nunTc manTa
Tc Ta tongue proclaims the Ii nan nanCat manlIst
Cat and drink with a friend but do cot trade with withclta
bits cltaTie
Tie arrow wbhn has te been n cast does not corae coraeback corn
back backHe backH
He H who spits at the wIM Si > 4 spits la his own fat fatTae tatTb
Tae Tb soul Is IU cctapJBtea of the soul MuLHa soulIto
Ha who knows his business fe 1m4 vs who knows Mr MreoapaBlca Mecoapacien
eoapaBlca 24 be who knows his food d doss < s not t g gct gctpeerS t toer
peerS peerS1111ev > oer oerCHeve
CHeve 1111ev not la the great lean e not t ma a Urs
tro frmt t sot la the dytag day Co tot eo UMete wiet a wv wvmaaf we wemans
mans word and do d not n trust to tot scenic o nge o oymr of ofyor
ymr born bornHe horseHe
He who dots not learn bow t tone sees will also fife
knew haw to a alt t as master nuiUrHe masterii
He ii who gc goes < often te a friend tttt a soar f tat tatLillldS t tCod
Cod tMlids the cut ef Us kited MM MMWUboki bindSVUboet
WUboki trwtU we eats no bcwy bcwyIAtteEta beseyIatleaee
IAtteEta is U he ky b t j lay laylinger r rHvuzer
linger brings the w elf U oat Q 01 the 15 weod weodWhat wodVhst
What good is s coop a to a t megre tro or adrtS adrtSfool sd
fool bolt boltA
foolA
A twttt toagee draws th the past uk forth from tb tbeanli tbearth
earth eanliBatid earthIlasdad
Batid Is Ml far to a lover loverlie
He who w wants cts a autttts friend rtculai irlssd irlssdPrara UindDrawing
Drawing the Line LineFoam
Foam Town Tories Tories8hopgrtAV ToptesShopglrlWell
8hopgrtAV II If you knew what b bvtzu he hewas
was you wouldnt think him such a nlc nke nkeciba
follow followgalwladyl cibaSalesladyI
galwladyl dont care what hs i ls
know hs hes nice Whet U 1 he he8Uoj helibopainlOb
8Uoj libopainlOb > xirlOh if you dont oare what be t
it make uo dlrTertnc dlrTertncFalesladyIs diaerenpeIaleidady1s
FalesladyIs h he a waiter 7a ho 4a
berber bbrberahopelrl berberIthepairlNopo
ahopelrl IthepairlNopo Nope nope nopeSilMtartyThtn nopeSlrsiAdyThon
SilMtartyThtn what fc j ltet T Toil U me
this Inttnnt InttnntfjhopglrlIffti inetointSbopginiHes
fjhopglrlIffti SbopginiHes an undertaker
Salesiadyloed QQ4I Faints

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