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ral Requires ' ' Icuswatkm to V Achieve Success j We nut wof k toward a definite Mm! and keep this ideal w before as, using the imagination to ktlp the will ' uM Mrs Anthony ZL'.l. ... . . i i.. la the third of her weekly lectures. U Ma til. IMitd waa TH. NOW Um of the Imagination We inUSt have an ideal before ui beforewe Vjcan advance with any snccessT We kava all of us enough brain and education, according to the new peycoanalysit, but we lack the Inl- j Uatlve and often fail to find a "defi nite objective. "Imagination begins when the .xihtlil la hpn n.l la divided into ....... Uiree parts nrst tne aominance oi da3ires. second, compromise ana education, Mceiring the thoughts of others, and third repression, the child betn influenced . ttr hA(0. infliiATirMl . hv other " things which awaken-a reaction In its own life and. mind, and through aecrot processes the individuality is. ; formed rnd cnaracter moiuei. Mrs. Merrill recommended tne reading of "The Unconscious Mind" by Frederick Pelrce and "Autosuggestion" by Frnnk Curie, translated f Vredorick Brook. The speaker extolled the thought of Christ and the spirit of brotber- His teashin. Kven before people Decamp uiHcuurciu uw tlons of the world today, the seed sown by Christ still grows. Other books recomrr.er.djd were James Bryce's "Studies in Modern Democracy," Stoddard's "Revolt Against Civilization" andHazlett's "Science ofTbinktng," and "The Ways of Will Power." Next Monday Mrs. Merrill will give the fourth and last of this serr lea of lectures, andxthe audiences have voted to have her discuss "Current Events instead of the an-1 nounced subject, "Reading from ; Moderns." 1 Bible Class Plans Party. 'gleton, of 1022 W. Third street, Mr. . and Mrs. George Ackerman Davenport, and David A. Mof and Mrs. Thomas Hughes euter- fat, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Mof tained members of the Who,So- fat of Scranton, Pa. Ever bible class last evening at the j The wedding was a quiet cere Aekerman home, 1824 Twelfth mony of Saturday, Oct "21, at 1:30 street. Rev. Mr. Hughes led the p. m. at the Westminister Presby lesson and at the business session terian church, Minneapolis, the it was planned to sponsor a Hal- pastor officiating, lowe'en party next Monday evening . The bride wore a gown of white at the Langman-Drox camp on canton crepe trimmed with pearl Rock river. If weather conditions beading, with white hat and cor- class will bo entertained at the wedding dinners was at the Hotel Ra'Ph Fuller teno was the honoree home of Mrs. Bertha Brox, 4240 Curtis. Mrs. Singleton, mother of of tne occasion. A beautiful birth Pourteiith street the bride, with Mrs. Frank Eis of day cake- v lth lighted candles, was Refreshments weer served by the Muscatine, who accompanied . the presented and a musical program nnataasp last nieh and a sodlal bride to Minneanolls last Fridav of a devotional nature rendered. hour enjoyed before the guests de- parted for their homes. To Address Moline P. T. A. If embers of the parent-teachers' at Aberdeen, S. D., where the bride aasoclatlon of Lincoln school. Mo- groom is in charge of the Federal una, win near B. c. Fisher at tne ll monthly meeting. The session will ) be an even ng one. Mr. Moffat comes of a prominent Mr. Hauberg to Speak in Moline. Pennsylvania family, his, father be J. H. Haubers: of this citv is to ine a coal operator and mine own- be the speaker Thursday at the meeting of the art and literature department of the Moline Woman's ji club.Jt Mr. Hauberg is to speak on "Bladk Hawk's Domain." The meet-; ing will oe nem at oeiocic in tne ance at.the all day work meeting Mollie Public library, and is open of st. Anthony's hospital guild yes to friends interested in the speak- terday at the hospital. Ten new ra Bubject , members were taken into the guild. ' o i m ana plans maue ior a lea lo De Soclal Tbmorrow. ! sponsored Thursday, Nov. 2, at the The Woman s Relief corps, No', home of Mrs. Walter Yerbury, 123fi 6, will hold a social meeting to- Seventeenth street. Mrs. Harry norrtw afternoon at the Y. W. C. A Tappendorf is chairman of the dormjtory. Members are asked to general committee, and Mrs. Wal brlng their friends to the meeting, ter Russ of the program coftvniit The following matrons will serve tee. Plans will be made to serve refreshments: Mesdames Elizabeth the many friends of the hospital Preyi Delia Jensen, Theresa Dali- who will call during" the afternoon. erftA. PaulinA (irimea Flnronro1 a i,.n..i,An.. ,no n i.. TowSjsley, Emma Sheesley, Sarah . - , - jruumer and Marttta Mason. :- Alilr Society Coffee-Card Party. Thi Altar society of St. Mary's parish will sponsor a coffee and cam party Thursday afternoon at Columbia hall. Progressive 500 will be played, the games to start at 2:46 and refreshments will be aorvea. , Thursday's affair will be the last or tne series until after the annual bazar, Nov. 13, 14 and 15. The an nual supper will be served Nov. 14. . Executive Committee to Meet. A meeting of the executive com mittee of the parent-teacher asso ciation council will be held tomor row afternoon at 2:30. The meet ing will be held in the Y. W. C. A. Honor Couple en Anniversary. ftoow iiu relatives ana iriends of afternoon at tne masonic temple. Mr. and Mrs. 0ohn T. Stephena The attendance yesterday was the gathered at their home. 813 Twenty- largest in the history of the depart nlnth. street Jast evening to remind ment and the prograi proved them' of their 33rd wedding anni- most instructive. The subject was versary. The evening was spent ! "Local Government", and Mrs. ! with music, both vocal and instru- mental, end an old time dancing party concluded the evening's en- Joyment A bounteous supper was ssrvd fit tnlrinivhfr Sinner Party for DanirhW Mra. Mary E. Johnson entertain- ed ara family dinner party last ntgnt at the Y. W. C. A in honor nf tha birthday anniversary of her daughter, Mrs. John Volk. Jr. The 'A demonstration of marking and table, was decorated with Hallo-: scratching ballots was given, we'err. suggestions. Yellow candles' The next meeting will be held llghtda the table and the center- Nov. 13, when the topic will be pleceiwas a bouquet ot cosmos.' A ( "Mexico," and Mrs. W. H. McCon- lour fjonrsed meal was served. Aft - utnner a none party was en joyed.; at the Fort " Armstrong the- " v--i ' : Culd Glyev Hallowe'en Party. St Elisabefh's guild of St Jos- eph's, church gave a. Hallowe'en costume party lst erenlng'jit the school hall, which proved an at- traction ior members or the guild, will be games and dancing during '4aae alter the fashion ot the Rus Tkera were all the usual Ha Howe'- the evening. jsian coats is trimmed withjunds l vrciiuu ana many new ones wmw)i, iuuuuiiib Bums unique! vuroe vrnn airs, naroer. 9rtut)e telling games and contests. ' Mrs. A. F. Barber at her home, frizes; were awarded winners in 1S07 Twenty-first street, entertain--Ae cdtatesta and a prize was award- ed members of the Opttmna Bead iMfcs Anna Cunningham tor the ing circle last evening at the. first at fostume; Miss Cunningham meeting of the season. Snnnerwaa Came) dressed as Bo Peep. An- a. . . Troprlate, refreshments were ' OBAT.' - teal director, win begin Monday, Xaale dtpartmrnl oi Bock Island Worn- 0ct 3() claas w6Ek ,10 7; class it dub baa firrt meeUnr. j -,oi 1, steadiast circle. Kiar uaurhten. meets, work and general, swim, 7 to 8, wtiii Mrs. liaison uoiiine. - St. Jnwnh Alumni card D&rtr. Mr.. John Kkhoim. 15 Fortj-filih .tret roruiiraiiT jaeauws cuue mm wiw B. K. chaulrr. K V O ramm ICS. 1 Mn. wiuum nictiter.Vcamp iiccieiian. ItufimMt nnt.plain. t K.'ii m . iftnl) tea.. Jars. . u. nravu tuwn " u.ik.mh i unw wi"' , ' Wednesday. I ;- Tvte-Ciw Lutheran nosnltai circle mm. rttn Mrs. Earl Brao miller. 4317 3Ul"pari .t Outin clnb. I Vaahtl Shrine, Ko. 23. White Shrine of Jerusalem. has baiioen pr- Bort.n. P" ' ntertu!1 b' Un ikcatherbeii club meets with Mrs. Mar I Anthony. w c gn,,. ,t T. . C. A. coan- Executtre committee of f .-T di meet. atvw. c. a. Jvatica must be made Wednesday .. - r" ": .,:. ..Mm . ' TUCBSDAY. Kniarhta af Columbus dance. Home bureau meets at Y. W. C. A. I Etude club meets with Mrs. Freda Schricker at borne of Mrs. A. W. Lee. W. Dover Court. . Mid weekly informal dinner at Golf clnb. Amoo Caldron drill team card party. ' FRIDAY. Edward ColUoa 'recital collcro. sArrnDAT. at Aurustana In-His-JCam circle Wnf'a Daasthter. XZZ. i"ol at borne ox Sixth swnue. Mr. and Mrs. Ham P. E.ans. Daven port, rive dinner dance at Golf club for MIm Elixabeth Erann of Fbiladelphia. Tri-city Pan-Hellenic monthly luncheon at Terrace Garden. MONDAY. Women's Free TriCity club hallow. e'en party. Mrs. Anthony French Merrill rives last of lectures. ' ' . Rusine. Oirls Council and O. I. C. clnb of Y. W. C. A. entertain at hallow e'en party. ' Moffat-Yodegel. Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Genevieve Vo- dcgel, daughter of Mrs.' W. R. Sin.- were guests at the ceremony and wedding luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. , . . ...... Motlat left on a short wedding trip , and will be at home after Nov. 1 bakery. The bride has been con- nected with the drug department : of the Harned & Von Maur store. er. He is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuler of Davenport. Hospital Guild Plans Tea. i f (irrw TT1 fm iiprn wpro in 14 1 I Mr 1 n n. ytutj iuu(.icuu nuo cujucu ai noon yesterday. The next regular meeting of the circle will be held Friday, Nov. 10, at the hospital. Embroidery Club Postponed. The meeting of the Tri-City Em- broidery club which was to have been held Thursday has been post-' poned until Nov. 9 On this date : the club will meet at the home of : I Mrs. William Quick, 3111 Sixteenth ' street. Moline. v Drill Team to Have Card Party. A card party will be given Thurs day afternoon at Masonic temple by members of the drill team of Amoo caldron. The games will start promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Meeting of Study Bfpartment. The Study department of Rock Island Woman's club held the sec ond meeting of the year yesterday Grace Freeman had charge of the program. Mrs. C. W. MgPike had a paper on "County Government" and Mrs. Ettie Griswold on "City Government", which were splendid, and the leader spoke on the general topic. Preceding the"' rjaoers. Mrs. Charlotte Anderson-Warren, ac- companied by Miss Nellie Swan son gave a group of vocal numbers, ochie will be leader, y Auxiliary to Give Party. Helen Gould auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans will give a Hallowe'en party at Odd Fel-j lows' hall Tuesday evening. Oct SI. The affair will be for members ot the auxiliary, their families and members of the game. There served at 7 o'clock an m. " v wwa ana raanuur m-i Joyed during the evening. The next i ii i : r ii- I T. W. C. A. Activities. -! The swimming classes at agus tata college pool under the c.rec- tinn nf Mrs M K Rnnriv. th nhvfti- class work ana, general swim, e to n - in,iiHU, ia . 1 urdliu. days, uray coiwn Annette Aeiier- . . . , . man bathing suits are required and .In.....'. i:AAnfA MiAHintJ ' nm all who have net been examined diui - c ihhilu a, 'w- , xiie u. i. v, a ana council girus oave charge of the Hallowe'en -birthdav party Monday. Oct. 30. for thnse haying birthdays in April, May, June. July, August and Sep- tember. Mrs. Bundy and Miss Laura Huber, girls- work secretary, are meeting the girls 'from Brown's I Business college Wednesday. 4:39 to 7:30 with supper at 6:30. Reser- noon. The millinery class meets regu larly Friday night, from 7 to 9 o'clock, but the enthusiastic mem bers required extra lesson the last two weeks and have worked Tues- day nights also. The dressmaking class, under direction of Miss Julia Crawford, begins its term of five lessens tonight and will meet regu larly Tuesday nights' from 7 to 9 o clock. i ' "s Sorority Admits Kev Members. ' Kappa Sigma Delta Borority fcas entertained last night by Miss Maud&-rtdams, 1712 Thirteenth ave nue, when five new members were admitted at a pledge service. The new members are the Misses Myrtle Ristin, Gertrude, Carpenter, Helen Gustafson. Virginia. Hickey and Marjorie fTaylor. Tne girls planned a Halloween party t be given Saturday night I and during the social hour reresh ments were served. The next meet ing will be held Nov. 6 at the home of Miss Margaret Franing. School to Have Pie Supper. A pie supper and entertainment will be given at Big Island school) Friday evening. An entertaining program is being planned to be pre sented by the pupils. The affair is for friends of the school. ' Seqnola Club Honors Mrs. Fuller. The Sequoia club - met Sunday afternoon in the parlors of the First Unitarian Church of Moline. The members united in celebrating tne birthday anniversary or Mrs. Ralph Fuller gave a splendid vocaM s"1"- ai me ne" meeting voi tne 1..U X' r TT, T III 1 tlu". ugeue me win De in charge of the program. Annual Bazar Jiov.-7. The ladies' aid society of the Mi lan Presbyterian church will.spon sor its annual bazar Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the church. A chicken pie din ner and supper will be served and a program, rendered in the even ing. Dinner will be served at 12 o'clock and jupper at 5:30 o'clock. Social Announcements. ' The Crusaders' band of the First Baptist church will meet Wednes day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the church parlors. Mrs. Earl Branmiller, 2317 Eighth avenue, will be hostess to members of the Twin-City Lutheran Hospital circle Wednesday afternoon. NEW WINTER SUIT' I BY ELOISE. Suits adapted from the Russian are excellent styles ' for tall and winter because they have all the features necessary for cold weather garments. Because of the bitter cold. of the climate in Russia hieh collars, plenty of fur and double breasted effects' are always good and the former military rule also Influenced the styles in the matters of collars and trimmings. This suit is a 3-piece style which has copied most of its features from Russian costumes. -it is made of navy blue loom bloom cloth. A ray crepe blouse forms the nnnnr P&rt ot the dress and the skirt is trimmed with a wide band of .gray 'embroidery. The coat which Is of krimmer. The wide oi anmmer. The wide sleeves. front edges and choker collar are all marked by the gray fur. A small, snug fitting hat of f ray cord uroy trimmed with silver ornaments on the upturned brim completes the costume. - JLT? Jm-?0!2ra nVEINOCOSTDlIE "4 BY ELOISE.- f - All white has been popular since early last .spring and it is gaining favor for fall and winteV particu- larly in the realm of evening cos tumes. Gowns and wraps of lovely white materials with no color to re lieve them are being shown for ev ery age from debutante to dowager. Chiffon, velvet, crepes and satins are the materials used and silk em- broidery, silver embroidery or pearl or, crystal beading are the favored trimmings'" for these all-white gowns. Shown here is a simple evening gown which illustrates not only the new style but the vogue for white as ,well. It is made of a heavy quality of crepe satin and almost completely covered with a simple design in crystal beads.- It is a sleeveless model built on Grecian lines with a blouse wfiich is long and draped at the waist line and a draped sk'irt. Even the coiffure of the wearer hints of Greece with its strands of pearls worn in the Athe nian stylp. Fashion News Notes by Wire to The Argus London, Oct. 24. Narrow ribbon streamers are being used today on many of the dresses for both eve ning and afternoon. They soften the somewhat severe outlines of the close fitting bodice, thus supple menting and in many cases sup planting, the more familiar draper ies. The streamers are usually fastened to the shoulders or to the sleeve elbows. London, Oct. 24. The bride at a recent fashionable wedding intro duced what may become a new mode in the bridal headdress. In stead of the time honored wreath of orange blossoms she wore a high Russian coronet of myrtle inter twined with orange blossoms and heather. The veile was draped over the flowers. New York. Oct. 24. Nishteowns today are-ennvinp siftprnnnn (rnwnu i in discarding sleeves. Vhether of' batiste, pussywillow, or radium Mlk, J.he smart nightrobe has the long armhole which often is em broidered. The embroidery is re peated on the front of the gown. Another substitute for sleeves is a wide shoulder strap of silk or lace. New York, Oct 24. The Russian bloiase effect appears not only on street frocks seen on Fifth avenue and dinner dresses but also on the luxurious topcoats for which this season bids fair to be famous. One black coat worn today is a wool fahric with n antinv taTtnpa .1 I. n i - . j ..-... i unu iino a Russian blouse made entirely ot brown fur, the same fur being used ivs iui iu wc uigu sJUalasVr, "ew York, Oct 24. Nightgowns have grown so elaborate that -itjs a little difficult sometimes to tell which is nightgown and which is lounging robe. A deep lace bertha looked especially well in a georg ette nightgown shop today. Its lines suited the soft materials and the flowing outlines of the gown moeh better than they suit those of a tailored frock. New York. Oct 24. A smart draped turban shown here today, which comes low over the eyes is ot burnt velours. It relies chiefly upon color and graceful shape for its effectiveness. Paris. Oct 24. Velvet today Is being used for mourning, a custom contrary to the formerly strict French rule which prescribed noth ing more attractive than serge. cashmere or gabardine. The blacT"1, velvet is trimmed with wide bor ders of black crepe. The lines are simple to the point ot severity. . .London, Oct. 24. There arm still heard voices today raised in pro test against longer skirts or indeed, against skirts of any sort The magi xine "Health" declares a skirt Jerks the body at every step and would causa a strong man to be come exhausted if he walked a short distance in one. Knickers, on the other hand, "make a woman feel ao kuneleaal7 young that she can hardly keep Jier heals on the groafnd." 'J i -IJJaj fop , 51 MOT. Dear Mrs. Thompson: - What do you think would be nice to give an eighteen year old boy for Christ mas? He doesn't care for reading. He intends to get me a mesh hag. BABY. You might give him some fine linen handkerchiefs, a box of sta tionery or a fountain pen. ; Dear Mm ThomnROn: 1 1 am - a girl seventeen years old. I went steady with a boy for a snort time and he said be loved' me dearly. I was called away to visit a sick aunt of mine for two weeks. WhHe I was still in 4ewn this boy came to see me almost every --other day. He promised to write me and wrote two letters. My visit to my aunt's turned out to be two months. Some way he heard about it. I never beard from him again. He told some of his friends he would not stay here without me and was go ing back east. I still love him. He is so much different than the rest of boys. Now I hear he Is coming back, but he has not writ ten to me. Should I speak to him if he does come to see me, or shall I avoid seeing him? I want to do just what is right Should a girl tell what she feels in her heart if she really means it? THANKFUL BROWN EYES. By all means speak to the boy ; months. Some time ago we were when he returns, and do not try tojin a car and as we drove through i avoid him. You have no reason to j town we passed a girl he used to go be anery even since he has not i with. She waved at him and he written. ' My advice, is -to forget1 waved back at her. Don't you think that matter and not mentis! it I it would have been more polite if A girl should not betray the; they had spoken instead of waving? state of her heart unless she is en- HEART-BROKEN. , gaged, and even then it is well not I I can't see anything wrong in the to be too emphatic. I fact that the boy and girl waved at v leach other. The fact was spon- Dear Mrs. Thompson: We are j taneous and full of good-fellowship, three girl chums 16, 17 and 18. We j Don't look at life through blue are not pretty, but are considered glasses and expect wrong when very attractive by our friends. We 'only right was meant rnnninrmrntotnmninimi liuiiiiiniTiuuiiiuuuuuis BREAKFAST. Bran with Top Milk Cantaloupe -Poached Eggs Toast 1 Coffee Chocolate for Children LUNCHEON. Meat Croquet3 Nut Bread Cabbage Salad t Iced Tea . DINNER Iced Melon (in sherbets) Swiss Steak Stuffed Baked Potatoes "Exceptional Salad" Rolls. Angel Food. Frozen Custard. Coffee. Milk for Children. TODAY'S RECEIPTS. Meat croquettes Two cups cold ; cooked meat measured after being put through food chopper, one-half teaspoon pepper, one tablespoon onion juice, yolk of one egg, one cup thick sauce, made from cold gravy or soup stock, by the addition of two tablespoons of flour. Shape and fry. Nut.Bread One egg unbeaten, one cup sugar, one cup milk, three cups ' flour -sifted ' with two tea- spoons" baking "powder and one tea spoon salt, one cup nut meats, pe can or walnuts, cut fine, mix. put in well greased baking pan. Let stand 20 minutes, then bake in slow oven one hour. Exceptional Salad One small bottle stuffed olives, sliced in small pieces;, five hard boiled eggs, cut The Business Race Is Open to the Swift V ' Auto Trucks Are Speeding ' Up the Service of a (yeat Many Business Concerns. Could You Save Time and Money With a Good Used Truck? Look Over the Offers In Classifi cation 12, "Auto Trucks forSale," among the Alphabetical Classi fied Ads Today. j j i CetTrtt. ltM.aamlQj l Home ELIZABETH THOMWON are all Invited to Hallowe'en par ty, and as our ooitumea require bar knees we wonder If socks would be proper for gfrla ot high school age to wear. FLAPPER CHUMS. " Socka and bare kneea would, not be pretty on girla of your age be cause your lege are too large. If you bare to wear socks; however, wear pink or white stockings un derneath; the effect will be the same and it will be in better taste. Dear Mrs. Thompson: I am a young girl 17 years old and have several boy friend, but only care for one. I am hot sure he cares for me, and I will thank you if you win kindly tell me how can win his love. He speaks and talks to me when he sees me, but never asks me for dates. WAITING FOR HIS COVE. When you and -the boy have been talking together and he has shown particular interest tell him in an off-nand way to come to see you. If he cares for you, he will ask when he may come.' There is really nothing further you can do. Y 'Dear Mrs. "Thompson: I am a girl 19 years old. I have bobbed : hair and blue eyes and I am very attractive. I have been keeping company with a young men eight fine; one mango and one onion, put through food chopper. Mix with mayonnaise and serve on tomatoes. Canned Tomato Soup Fourteen quarts tomatoes, not skimmed, just quartered; 14 stalks celery, or four tablespoons celery seed; 14 sprigs parsley, 21 cloves, two bay leaves, one green pepper, seven small onions, four tablespoons salt Add 15 tablespoons of sugar, four table spoons paprika, 14 tablespoons ( of flour, creamed with 14 tablespodus of butter. Cook again and can. Hints for Hallowe'en Party. The game of shadow buff is a good one, especially " for a large party. A sheet or white table cloth is stretched across the room with a bright light behind it All the other lights in the room are then extinquished and the players pas's between the light and the sheet, throwing their shadows on the screen. They must make them selves as grotesque as posible so as to make identification difficult Half the guests could be the per formers and the others guessers. ! and when all the proper names have been guessed the players can change places with the audience. Suggestions. For lighter goods use warm wa ter, a teaspoon of borax and a few drops of ammonia. Salt and vinegar will remove tarnish from brass bed3. if rbssihah's ' 'S Milwi 111 Piftisea. Tsi.ii Mni; , II . ! ' M M I 1 - -J f 19 JBxSxM Mat. mm MM SE i. am i x iiia R i u in nsc m m . g m ' ' ' z' i Sale of Fur-Trimmed G-Q-A-T-S Wednesday at Immense Savings Bolivias, Normandien, ' Talamas, Velours, Nutria Trimmed, Caracul Trimmed, Beaverette Trimmed, Opossum Trimmed We have never seen Coats to equal these. In style they are up to the minute. In ma terial and, fur trimmings they are elegant. In excess value-giving we believe them to1 have no superiors! At tend this great sale and pro fit! profit! profit! Sale of Beautiful New I DRESSES i . 1 w . 4 w .15 USBt l l AH theN'ews All the Tiine THE ARGUSj A In Opr Entire Stock I Mow Red Reduced Fur trimmed, embroider? ed or plain tailored Suits, your Choice of eaeh and every one at one-third oH our tow price. (if ' ' Offering Discriminating Women Dresses 6f character that ordin arily would sell for $32 JO, $35, $39 ISO, at For Street, Afternoon end Travel Modes That Are Now Being Facorifes in Paris end New York! Such lovely Fabrics: Canton Crepe Canton Satin Poiret Twills Velvets Dresses that re in a-lass by thralr- st this low price, l'rraeatirg indlviilusl'wd touches in treatment acd mbeHiJiat, while portraying the later! mode in nilliou ette, fabric asd calor. In new iliicd. cir cular, and pmel skirtid elfpcls. whh basque bodices, all-over cuibroidcrrd blouses, etc.