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THE BRIDES' STORE
i _ rhe Grand Leader Caters to the Fair Sex. ht of the High Rent District Means Money Saved for the Bride. Jta word to the Iride. this June and Iuly, regarding wt taring apparel for then.el.vcý. tli is not amiss to .peak of the pit ones later on. \\e cater to ar trade, and to the tra(l ,of crOfe COnnecte(d with your fai: 0(r success has been duc to the 1ijts we have nmade to 'ee that l0f our customers are iperfectly fgied with the purchase-- made.' i r store. Icking I, cated a\\ av tut that section of the city. hre each purchaser mu1l1t pay a pt of the high rent, we are able save you a considerable amount money by taking ju.t a little weof your time. .\ny street car i brings you to our store. \yo Iy k our regular patrons how au they save by coing here. t lhve recently added to our o0us stock some of the dainti it dses for the women. ( )ur hbs, especially. do we want the hitocome and look over l),fore Sinvests in her trousseau. We a assortment of lace and net bis, georgette gowns, voile mes and dotted swiss frocks. qaiin price from SI3.oo to ia.' These new frocks. present Itkague of the organdie frock tiny and entirely new phases. frilly frocks with quaint effects. all interest you. ' Skirts! This seems to Ir seond name. We sell so lat we are able to buy in Iemous quantities that you select here from the largest i1he city of New Orleans. hi'l Skirts ranging in price o to $25.00. SwNt to impress upon the ta air a purpose, and all to mpber; but anll should b m fhat they may be ea ,iAMOAmE SALADS. g:-ht alad combinatlio iIuWl: Arrange leaves of lettuce on a salad plate, then place ripe pears cut In elghths. After peeling and co-' lag, add a table spoonful or less t finely shredded celery, two dates W34 one small banana w ith a dressing, using --- sNcII of boiled dressing tWl of whipped cream. g if need, especially the dressing over the It goes to the table. Sbe usneed with cream one cupful of Unte Intll tender. Add • ' d onilon, a teaspoon - S bth dashes of cayenne a rnlsed with sar S e 5 ed pepper cut il I y'-Prepare datee arrange them on let er seats. Serve with Strwed prunes may p fthe dates and are Q s With Cream.-. ca t cabbage, or If ase head. Sprinkle hig the finely shred mee crisp ln cold t «caleane and thy Wyr drr, two table 1* tue tablespoon 11half a cagpal of S Sear cream may 't • little rvegar. I Wum.. Cre. Salad-. C* there is no more ha this: Arragse water cres eertlappaeg alices h, been earefuiy Sbighlty seasoned lafn peeled to * losre ones ti I ee or halft, . tof chopped Salheb and tsp ryeonalj i.erlnkling o brile-elect to look at ur linie o, lingerie. which ha. ju ti. 1.een open ed for uEr in-1l ection. I1re tigih he founid handi ork of the highe. ordr and also mian\ ieces that wE can ell at Ie'. 1 rices. I.adie'" anl Shlil rent ,. Mu-lin t ndehcr tar. Sili S tcking and other bretty thing. Se) al ppropriate fIor the 1bridc. Ii \,nu have not dealt \ ilth ul .tore. "T1 R.\NI 1.1.\1)!1 w\e ask Vol and invite pll. thrEugb thi. inclitum. teo Com up r and lak< \otU l 'lf tac(lttailltedl. ay \4E)l art fromi .\lgiers. and that \vii want t, get sEll of the manyv la rgain thi the other ctiEt1l'ers (1lt the we-.i side are receiving. and we will take special pains tEo erve \ol )t ~ecasti we want the .\lgiers trade. d)uring the month ,of lune Iman\ oEf this seasen spring \ earalhie, 'ill he reduced in price from timi to time at reductions rea.lly" greater than the much heralded 2(o to y,' sales now sEo popular in the N rtl' and East. These many saving up portunities will be given to our customers in Iutine. and in making these redluctions we \\want to as"tlrt you that the prices are marked aý close to CoE as st ound ulsiness Car p,.s ibly erniit. ()ur store is large and roomy plent of light. courteouls sales peo ple always endeavor to please, to gether with the best prices, art some of the advantages we offer you, if you will conme and see is. THilE (RANI) LEAIDEIR, 162( DRYADI)ES STREET. LADIES' AND Cl'IIILD)REN'S READY TO W\VEAR GAR M ENTS OF (uALITY. Mar "Miss" Came into Use. The origin ot "Miss" is curioUs6 nad. eddiy, enough, an almost exact date can be assigned when it first came into use. This was 1662, when notable women of doubtful reputation and unmarried were so called, the "Miss" being a flip abbreviation of "Mistress." a title of respect for both married and unmarried women. The word miss," however, filled so long felt a want that the public seized upon it, Ignoring its earlier connections, and within 50 years it was well estab lisled. Trees Worth Having. F. J. Clamer of Collegeville, Pa. has In his private greenhouse two lemon trees, one with 75 lemons, and the other with more than 20, besides a large number of blossoms. Some of the lemons measure 14 inches around. An Opportunity For Ambitious Saleswomen Woolworth's New 5c & lOc Store IN NEW TAFFETAS Individual Styles Are the Rule This Season. Frocks Constructed on Lines to Suit One's Figure, Resulting in Greater Satisfaction. With captivating crispness do the newest taffetas swish their way to fame, and indeed one needs but little inspiration to create lovely frocks, so simple are the modes and so lovely the materials. Individual styles with lines to suit one's figure are the rule this season. One frock that was especially de signed for the girl with rather plump proportions was really a munsterpiece for clever lines. Navy blue with smart touches of brick red and overdrapes of george-tte crepe form a pleasing al liance. but It was the modtel selecte'd that was so aplpropri:lte. This stout figure frock was a long waisted affair, semi-fitted t to the hips and there completed by a scant two piece skirt. :also of the taffeta. And there was a hbt of a frill with it dash of brick red trinimaing at tile square neck. Over the skirt was a full tunic of the etlbroidered crepe looped untder It the hottom, zouve effect. andl fin ished witlh an elastic bandl. As a finnal note she added a narrow sash to the taffeta and tied It back and al lowed the eurls to float quite gayly at the bottom of the skirt. The slimness of the jeunne flle would he improved by a smartly draped frock of taupe taffeta and French blue ribbon. The front of the The skirt, hip design, and sleeves of this model all have peculiarities which make the dress distinctive. It is made of dark green taffeta with lighter bindings. bodice crosses itself at the breast with religious fervor, but Is quite frivolous when it comes to the skirt. It be gins demurely with an underskirt of narrow proportions, not too long, and then hangs a looped tunic over it. TURBAN TRIMMED WITH TULLE Headgear of Gray Hemp Embellished With Jet Band Forming Veil. like Trimming. Lewis, of Paris, notes a fashion writer, makes a fascinating little tur ban, from which tulle floats. It is of gray hemp trimmned with a jet em broidered band of black tulle, forming a veil-like trimming across the front and sides and continuing across the back where it is tied in a wide Al satlan bow. Another close-ftting hat Is of shiny white straw, with a brim turned up In the back and front and extending lito Continental points at either side. Just above the points are brl t pink roses. Over the crown of the hat Is draped a large square veil of black net with an applique of lace. The drapery is gathered to the left side to be swathed about the neck and chin of the wearer. Not all of the lace trimmed hats are small. One model, which Is very large and turned up sharply in the front, has a flowing veil held to the crown with a narrow ribbon. Some Colors You gee. Egyptian designs and Egyptian col ors are leaders for spring, and the dressmakers have gone back to real Egyptian prints and paintings for their inspiration, and the colors that seem to take precedence are chandron, which Is copper color, a pecullar opaque blue, citron color and green. Then there Is a second blue that suggests the tur quoise. The green Is sometimes con fused with jade. but as a matter of fact It !s lighter and possibly yellower than the color actually seen in Chinese jade. Tulle is Popular. Much tulle is the order of the min ute and this Is beaded and embroldered In the most Intricate fashion, even though the heaviness of the handwork is applied to almost invisible fabric. Keeping Up the Good Work. "I'm tryin'," said Jud Totinas, "not to be one of the fathers who get over cheer when they fold up the Santy Claus sult an' put it away in the at tic." A Pleasn g Perfane. Spirits of lavender peored over lamps et bliarbonate eof soda makes a pleasing prume, which i also am uealimmt dilafeaant, Stately Wedding Gown SII /",1 `.ter r . ""ý V st n ewp lr 'n lowI ft. BEAI'TIFrI, .une is to, siete more Sbridal processlons thatn ever helped to niake it glorious before, at least so say those who are makingk trousseaux. There were a good many weddings at Easter tlItue-nld .Ilune brIdes are profiting by thent--for t hey revealed more latitude in the styles adopted for wedding dresaoa than was expected, including mnuny extrerme de parturet froml the conventional high neck anld Iotng sleeve. ItRt heavy white satin rhemainsh unuuhallenuu.ed as the best of nmatrlials for the stately, regulation weddling gownV. and Brides selected It, even \' len they rejected the c(onventional in style. There is s nsoetlming so benutiful in the sheen of satin under the bridal veil that Swliing will take its place. It is said that the Anmericans and te English showed imire indeltpend 'ce in aidoptlting short-sleeved mIlltles iman thei Fretlch. as they do in the matter of bri~lesmalds' dresses and hats. The a vocate of long sleeves and high neck, of lace or net or other airy nmaterial, has tihe best au thorities hack of her, and cannot go wrong in following this mode, but fashion not only tolerates others, she Frocksr for Leisure Hoursr .... • ]i ;· :- ... .. IE two very attractive afternoon J frocks which present rival claims to admiration in the picture above, employ the two most favored silk fab rics, georgette and taffeta, and each makes the most of this advantageous start. In spite of the disparity in these materials the two frocks have several features in common; both are made with a tunic, both achieve the widened hip lines which fashion en courages, and both show the bodice extended over the waistline at the front, forming a straight-line, girdle less effect. These are all important style features, and each of these frocks is distinctive enough to answer for somewhat more formal dress than the average afternoon frock is equal to. Taking note of the small items that go to make up the success of the georgette frock, it appears that the straight underskirt has no hem, but is flilshed with a picot edge. Its tunic Is long and full, draped and shortened at the sides and embellished with handsome embroidery in silk at the front and back. There are three-quar ter-length sleeves having a narrow band of embroidery at the bottom, and, lest we overlook the original JUHE IRIDES All 6RADUATIOS PHOTOBRAPIS Something that will be appreciated in after years by father, mother, brother, sister and friends. Our Special Offer for June. 12 Photos, mounted or in folder form, $3.00 up. 50c reduction on any price if you bring this coupon. Good until July 1st. High grade Photography at any time-rain or sunshine. Daily and Sunday, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. All work guaranteed. So.a Art Studio i Daiuph i St. Two Squares frm Canal. elcourages thmln, and Tile Jtune brid Iil:iy wiaikte hter oiwn (col.e. Nearly all satin lresies aure draped, manny of them made up In tnlhlhitllon with Inte 'ior lire triinmedI. Tlihe dr:i-p lug Is not intricate or the trimninlinS larish, a1nd t Ihe r'esult Is tIh gowni4 are beautiful, like the example of the designers' conception of this yearq'. 'ehtllll u \g gown, lshown in lithe plture. If llne Is vwilling to concIel'e Ithe' .lort sl]t-v\ es ald low newk, theret , Is riarlrh -i aboutt it that 'ould ie Imiproved upon. Then pr"tty .':ip. with its verv wann frill lor's theI froailt, l. IIs iai of fine ulliche l:o. i r has a l.ulng wrct :ll of nulltl orange huls that trallil o1e0r It :and faull in a sl.elter 'spray aI t ,iach side. The tille veil 1i pj1ed on Ithi aipi with the sho.]rt eril at tinhe right site an(] thlie retinilder falliing to the. eindi of the train. Liliei of the a'lley. with three or four 1w]1ite or ('lid.s 11mong thetn, make the bou quet. management of the bodlce at the front, embroidery emphasizes it and calls attention to the narrow collar. Four small, silk-covered balls fall from the ends of the unnecessary but pretty pretense in collars. In the taffeta frock the tunic be comes an apron drapery at the front and back, edged with a flounce of the silk that joins the draperies and widens the hips at the same time. This flounce has three narrow cord Ings along its edge and Is set on to the drapery with a cord, insuring it considerable flare. This frock has an underbodice cut with short kimono sleeves and these sleeves are corded near the edge. Below the cords nar row tabs made of folds of taffeta carry a narrow ribbon run through them as a finish. The round neck Is finished in similar fashion. Sleeves as short as these are infrequent in American frocks, but there is plenty of authority for them In French im portations. a 14 - 0 ; l Ice Cream for June Brides You want your weddiii refreshments to be perfect in every detail and ice cream is the most ino portant part of it. Slihe wonderful flavor has Siiade our ice cream the t general favorite Try it .yourself and vou will bl) sure to want to serve it a on all occasions. It's '"different anti better. HAMMOND DAIRY Phone Jackson 192 "Quality Ice Cream" FURS 3 1 f 1i, ht ' it: I -'l .l ti l I It : i ,.t i "g -llll a. l' a 't h Iol sa 1 l . ,t1 .t a I t]ngtliD t , a sp . :1,.I ,iI , I : l t. r " ,*I I1 n e I) ."./I 11.iI\..0 L , 1W t ' . \I .. r1lp :. ' !' ,* 1 II' .th, 3 t. 1 ,,111 1tu a 1111 t. I I) I I ! 3 3 I .! ' i lt r l lib i tI, I 1, , 11 3 +_ " 1'II ( I'a- 1 . ll w ill ' n ti .. .31 117l l il ( ",t. tr- P.... c',, ,,,e tin- ,ith th, lt',. / h,)l. l, . :: ,' retail haut-f- hert, :)),i ah ua; l. hats fitt l'd ný t,) r,.nlder tit, I'll )-t etl'i.'i|'nt st'rvice, In1 unliqu,' ::.nt IBross S'ný ,.Irl \ ith i. Al:Itma:in. Nw Y1 :, I "S c h; 1'''mlleingel will ,.- Icr, ,: 1 itt. iii.d tI . COMMANDER EVANGELINE BOOTH OPENS AMERICA'S "UNIVERSITY OF HUMANITY' r4 RIoTosOs, I:aI fThe Unlversity of Humanity," Just dedicated In New York by Evangellm Booth, Commander of the Salvation Army. Here the Army's officers will henceforth be trained. (Insert) Commander Miss Booth (Left) and mea brse of her staff. The doors of the first "University of Humanity" have just been opened. To the blare of trumpets and the march of men and women wearing In signia of crimson and gold the dream of a patriarch was realized the other day in New York, and 100 students Ibe gan a course to the art of serving their fellow men. That course will teach them not only sociology, social service and first aid; not only theology and Bible study, but cooking, scrubbing, sweeping and laud dering as welL This "University of Humanity" Is known as the Salvation Army Training College. It was a dream of the foun der of the Army, General William Booth. The realization of his dream is a brick and brownstone building upon a height on the outskirts of New York city, a modern building with a lecture room, class rooms, six study rooms, sitting rooms, dormitories and omfces. Commander F vanttllne Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Newlywed Perhaps are not in terested in bicyc l Iing these days, but perchance in the fu ture our line of Bicycles .ý. will be of particu Slar interest to them /'/ WE SELL Crown-Tulane. Iver Johnson and Columbia Bicycles, and carry a complete line of tires, accessories, oils. etc. When it comes to the Bicycle Business-We Lead, Others *^ .**.% * Follow. . , GUS BETAT & SONS 61o-616 N. Claiborne Ave. Phone Hlemlock 87) We are positively the Oldest, Largest and Cheapest Bicycle House South. daughter of the man who dreamed it, dedicated the building. She stood upmo the steps, her staff about her, while rank upon rank of bonneted Arms lassies and uniformed officers marched past to the musie of a Salvation Army band. Later in the lecture room she interpreted the ideals of the new co. lege, while the portraIt of her father, the General, looked down upon this new advance of his forces. Here will be trained the 00 mue and women that the Salvation Army needs for omcers They will rise to the bugle call, study to the classroom and in the homes of the unfortunate; do their own work, that they may be ready to help In whatever way they may be needed. Then they will go out Lato the slums of Amerlean cities laU to hfar countries where other divisionm at the Army are working. To support this work of trainlng will go part of the $10.000,000 Home Serve Ice Fund for whleb the Army will ap peal from May 10 to 20.