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Electricity in the Home!
Said Mrs. Newlywed brings in a countless number of conveniences. brighhtens and cheers it throlughout. Snlm.s ,' :t .icity is being used in every possible way. yolr hoine i. not Is attractive'. cozy a.ild ]homn-liki uk it is po-Si!: > for it to be. 'ome in and let us explain thei merit. of the many Electrical :\ppli anccs which we, have tlat v ill make your home more enjoyable. IIt jl TR STION. VAN. .f :,i .lll ,'":111. .11 0J "ril,, WislTtlTPh.To ll , ill all( I,. u. %\ ill a. , made inll .i! :11 111 t11 ..- jutll Sa r ,% i lhoner. No % hir I i. i n .l for tw..,e ,h:frlu , oI hligation ir hot i.,,llterin * d tay - for itol.td .l. nt drop ian rr ths offi, or the home. ihone i.. and 1,11 n. o the \\. ra nd.r qMicl sa.ri,. 4 3 Ipl,l p u e. iliac coi wtoll lo I furtl h r fa, il11:11',d by like to ..o" in u.." in yolr fl 'k ;llte d.ls ý.r -. - glE WmIIIU (il , homre and youl will I,, I,," .* <1 ,klý' M r.ltifi,.d. posT nlllPSYENTIrtY SI,. ,1 5 ld *0 at th (" u r''' t A I 'Iif I R E withl o ant an wor - " 1n11 ..it o n rr:il.c with iu, \V*. :Ir*. "I,", i:listl in gaseh. It - h t\ d the nring of your l:l,,rri.n l ;,ood,. We 101p"rare 0 h , g dd' a l,llianc,'-. . r, .h,. l,' I,, s to........... M r h se ...- .. ... 720 Church St, t ti e Con.tr Mcto fai 4 137: : For the Attendant of Honor ./ .... .. ...:. mA _ . ii 52 I - ¾ -:··:'. ··'·~ ~clI P June bring the loveliest ag_ t appealing of pageants IaUb i oofirmation classes and )._.e p@ioeaions, both marking t qII il tLe lives of women. .r*_e may plan for the latter. l-r wedding is to be simple Sias detail of it can be con _A e otanot; everything about lltprfreetly ordered. Nice dis m nt be made in apparel and kilhg else. k I the bride the most distin - "re in the wedding proces lib matron or maid of honor. o this year's brides have aMiaia at honor that a pref t* matroon appears to have but each bride chooses el fl or matron to attend her, her own relatives or very or from the relatives ot Haring made this choice hortant matter for discus At bes which this most hon is to wear; the bride's ah1w her to signify her ad em> om assures her that e arrmled out by all her at SIr the matron or maid I- wear the color that has m for the maids, hut her Mb differently in order to 4lmetl. and a dignified de Speclal Offer for COMMUNION PHOTOGRAPHS I Phases mems ted or It older. frotm U.s up. IN'- M eam ay pries If you bring this COUPON. Good Until July 1st. im. poua.g-* a. m. to " p. ms.. eo .uadas. I1 a. m. to 4 p. M. NO ADVANCE IN PRICEM. SAMNg As BEFORE. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. MANILA STUDIO ,storamber. 306 D)unhine St.. 4quarre from Canal Mt. 'Y fI / . Mr. and Mrs. Newlywed in // // New Orleans SEvery bride wants a photograph of herself on the z " day of the wedding in all her wedding finery. It is one S of the things that a girl looks forward to all through her courtship, so of course the bride will have her picture taken, and of course she has selected the Fischer Studio S29 Canal She has seen the wonderful photographs which her friends have had made there and she knows that her photo, if taken at Fischer's, will be a charming picture as well as a good likeness. It will be a picture she will be proud to give to her mother and father and to her friends so that they may keep it. It will be a picture she will want to keep, herself, and want to hand down to her raw children and children's children. She knows that they " can buy anything but her picture. sign is chosen for it. Often the attend. ant of honor uses the color worn by the maids in the foundation of hel gown, veiling It with lace or some other diaphanous overdress. Or she may wear the same color in a different material as when the maids wear tat. feta and she chooses georgette. But in any case she defers to the judgment of the bride. A beautiful gown for the maid ot matron of honor is pictured above. It is made of lace, point d'esprlt. with lIands of zeorgette and lace bordering the three flounces that make the skirt. The bodice has the same Inserts and a band of narrow ribbor luaout it in ad dition. This narrow rillbbon reappears below the errA.,ed girdle of georgette. in a sash tied at the left side, and the chances art that it is a repetition of a similar lecoration on the maids gowns. Sr tall half-wreaths of little chiffon ros.s are enchanting in this gown and they are suspended from the sleeves, at the frost of the girdle and at irregular intervals on the flounces One might look far without finding a lovelier dress than this. The Etiquette of Weddings ii11: bruit', of course., chliooies the nm diiay anlI the hour for her wed- itt ditii. Olily two days In the wve'k thi lhaive belien et asdie av ilappropiriate he for wetllinis. atid they are Sundailiy ha andl Friday. and In spite of tI he oltl f rhline that libele Saturday as "ni( day TI at all." it is as popuilar as any oither. tit Alni,t :iany hitiior Iniay i'he ch(li'e, but he frilii eight until three as eorrect. and In the Anlictian clihurch hih nioonl is In favored. There' arei many %ning ut wetlitints, ill it witlhstanding these old hi esta-lhtihed l ihours, and nilny that are fe e.li' irltell In the aftterlnon laiter than itr tihree 'tclock. There are tolo manay F thinigs to ie eonsidered in lixing the et Lars to itake hard and fast rules at conll rlllllnin the . a The Home Wedding. A lihor' wetddin is simpler thnn a t' churchi weddiint but the rule< goveri'n- P in!. llithe lllis of the brild 's lparents. ri and tl thoieo f i'r lattendanl;llts ar th le' :tllline. Thell rois of thli Ih ie. to be uiedi at the wetddling are usua:lly tleired d of smnall pieces't' of furniltuire aul ii pirettily decoriated with low\\ers and " foliage, antll a homle allows the etxer- tl cise of Individuial taste in this regard. Greeinery Is uisuailly imaissedi where the bride and t .rltton : re toi starl. and when the cerenliony is finlilhed the brile anti gtroi turn to face the gue'sts and( receive congratulation. tif. It a \\eililnI breakfast Is served a table for thel Ibride and groomtni, their piar enis and their attendants is set, and otthers for the guests. ( ir, the Imaid or i imtron of honoir and the best man. , with all tlhe other attendants lmay he fi seanted at one tablle and the bride antd I grooml at another, with their Immedi- s ate relativesi. At a weddinz reception t the parents of the bride first receive P the guests and the parents of the i groonl nuly stand with them., or the P latter may stand near the bridle and c groom. The best man and ushers make the presenltations to the bride and I groom. andl the bride's attendants are c grouped somewhere near her. Re- V freshments are served at a wedding re- t ception just as at a formial "at home." The bridle cuts the first piece of wed- I ding cake. White boxes, containing piece; of wedding cake and marked in gold or silver letters, with the com 'hined initials of the brile and groom are given to the guests as they leave. i When the bride leaves the guests, to dres for her weilding journey. her I maid of lionor usually goes with her to take care of any commission the bride may have for her, and the best S "Twelfth Night." "Twelfth Day," or "Little Chrlst r mat," the Feast of the Epipehany. com a memorates the arrival of the Marg, or three kings of the E:st, who came to the crib of the Christ Child in Bethle hem to worship him as the long promised Messiah. The old custom of merry-making in England in connec tion with the feast gave Shake speare the name of one of his finest comedies. "Trwelfth Night" Is There Anything New? A book written more than 1,000 years ago mentions two breeds of poul try still being raised in ('hina, while Incubators now used are the same in principle as those empnloyed by Egypt - 4000 years ago. nman stays faithfully by the side of the groom. As the bride coimes dolwn the stairt she tosses her honlqluet to her maids., and that one whose lucky hand. receives it is thereby assured by fate that she wiltl ,e the next bride. The hest man is usually at the sta tion. to hbe sure that everythilng hain been taken care of, and to see the bridal pair started on their journey. 'When ai bride decides to te mnarried in her traveling costumle she has only onlle attendant-a maid or matron of honor. She usually wears a corsage bolluliet and carries a prayer book, but her :attendant mally carry flowers. For a second marriage the brhle chooes a heautilful afternoon frock :end a charming hat. or is nmarried in a tailored suit or frock. She wears a eorsa:e bouquet and has one at tendanlt and may choose to carry a prayer book. When a widower mar ries he does not give a farewell "bach elor dinner," but otherwise his p"o redure is the same as for his first wed dilg. I'shers may serve at the wed ding of a widow, and she may have a wedding breakfast or lunch or recep thin, as 'he chooses. The Corset Vogue. Crsets, the real foundation of style and of grace. are particularly inter esting this season. The uncorseted figure is not fashionable and affected by only a small percent-:"e of the smart womlen of Paris. ltut corsets that give an easy, graceful, supple np pearance are decidedly in vogue. This means that corsets of tricot are the proper thing-the smartest models are cut long over the hip-and short above the waistline and are lightly honed if honed at all. One new model re cently seen has only the front steels and the small bones at the lacings in the back. This is an American cor set and adequately fits the figure re quirements of the young American woman. Necklace of Roses. The necklace of roses is the latest thing in neckpieces for spring and summer wear. It is made of delicate feathers in white or blue or pink and white, like the roses with rosebuds and leaves around, encircling the feathers in center. it has long tulle scarf ends. To Rid Piano of Moths. When moths have got into a piano the best means of ejecting them is to 'make up a mixture of turpentine, ben zoline and oil of lavender and squirt ,this inside the instrument by means of a scent spray or any small syringe. Use seven parts of benzoline to one " of turpentine, and add a few drops of Sthe lavender-one drop to each ounce t will be ample. Knights of Malta. The order of the Knights of Malta 0 is of great antiquity and is supposed l- to have originated during the first e crusades, from about 1070 to 1090. a After the capture of Jerusalem, the it order was founded by Gerard, who died in 1120. You Furnish the Girl We Will Furnish the Home It's the right time to consider the purchase of a Home Outfit, Mr. and Mrs. Newly-Wed. Hundreds of young couples are actively engaged in selecting their home furnishings during this February sale and it will pay you to act at once. You'll save enough to live on for a month or more. That's a big item. And don't overlook the fact that furniture prices are going up every day. NNote Our X4.95 Prices Attractive Steel Couch An Unusual Sale of With Mattress Matting Art Squares This steel couch has all the comforts that 1, 1000 of these high-grale matting art one may want, is made with steel frames and squares will be placed on sale Monday is complete with bed springs and mattress. morning to sell at the price asked as long Takes up very little space; is fin- 95 as they last; variety of designs; ished in black oxidized ............. *A a4 h 12 .......................... O O Chifforobe Invest in one of these fine solid oak, golden finish chiffo robes and you will have the most convenient article of fur secure. Has four drawers, slid The low price that we have marked on this outfit will make ig clothes rack and coat hang buying easy. If you will need furnishings of Uiis kind it will pay ers and convmpartm enient hat box you to buy now and keep for further use as prices that we are asking ompartments. Alimited nugo on will never again be quoted. A full size, strongly constructed iron sale tomorrow bed, beautifully finished and enameled in white, with an unusually at ............ 22.5 resilient sag-proof spring and genuine 2995 t ............. 45-pound mattress ................. .--.«.*** - ~ * I Queen Anne Cane Back Mahogany Solid Porcelain Living Room Suite T Kitchen Table Only a persoal inspection of this fine showing of can-back Top Kitchen Tae furniture can reveal to you its real beauty. These suites are This table has a one-piece solid muasterpieces. This magnificent furniture can be purchased at a porcelain top, wood legs, enameled genuine saving in price. Choice of richly colored velour uphol- in snow white enamel. Large, stering, or damask Includoes extra large settee, deep center 12.8 arm chair and arm rocker ......................... drawer ................. Charming Louis XVI Bow-End Bedroom Suite This is the opportunity you have been waiting for. The handsome Louis XVI bed room suite in rich mahogany. Includes vanity dressing table as shown, bow-end bed, chiffonette, and a high-base dresser. This is a very fine 275.00 suite and a bargain at this price ........................ ****.***....... cag usTmT MAIL bE IN.CDL D OREDERS I waEN ,r a . *PPOMPTLY BY MAIL