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Odd Color Combinations for Season
Touches of color contrast are notice- Apricot with dark blue, and again the
able In every style of dresa this season.
Even street and traveling costumes,
ubich dame fashion demands shall be
somber In hue, show a note of vivid tons
In the rever of the jacket, In the little
collar about the base of the high collar
band on the bodice, in the hat, or. If
nowhere else, then in the crimson or t
grass-green parasol and leather wrist
bag. As the season advances lighter
favorite shade of the- season, a deep
pink scarlet Is combined with most ar
tistic effect with any number of shades.
Most of these combinations would at
one time have been looked upon with
horror by the woman of conservative
taste, who always Insisted upon match
ing the straw of her bonnet to the ex
act tone of her dress, and considered
a touch of white at the throat as more
than enough contrast to a gown of don
gray or mote color.
The hat la still depended upon to
give character to most gowns, and this
year ribbon is the popular trimming
for all styles of bonnet, and in satin
and striped taffeta and the fancy velvet
ribbons beautiful colors are to be ob
tained, which at small cost make a de
lightfully smart hat. Especially with
all simple styles of dress ribbon-trimmed
hats are now in the majority,
while ostrich plumes for tailored suit
or shirt-waist gown are as completely
out of date as a train skirt for the
A fetching little frock for afternoon
wear is shown In the first illustration.
The tunic and over-blouse were fash
ioned of red and white foulard trim
med with a lace banding. The founda
tion skirt was of black satin and the
guimpe of all-over lace, which matched
In the second illustration Is present
ed a smart little costume of green
cashmere and black velvet. The skirt
had insert sections of the velvet at
each side, and lace banding outlined
the overlapping gores. The banding
was also used to trim the sleeveless
The season is here again for a foul
ard shirt-waist frock. In this silk
striped patterns predominate, but there
are some few dotted patterns . which
are in vogue. Dice-shaped dots rang
ed in straight rows giving a line effect
are a rener alter tne multitudes or
striped fabrics. Figured foulards in
curious Chinese and Japanese patterns,
in which at one time foulard was so fa
miliar, have but a small space allotted
them on the counters where these silks
are sold daily in hundreds of dress
For city wear the favorite foulard
has a dark background with dot or
stripe of white, and the gown relieved
by pipings of becoming bright shade.
For out of town, on the other hand, the
summer foulard is generally of white j
ground with design carried out in pale
gray, black, or else of the fashionable
paneled Japanese umbrella, while oth
ers again seem perfectly square when
opened. If there Is no other means of
giving a new note to a parasol of a
former year, which still is of correct
color for a certain gown, then a deep
sewing silk fringe should be stitched
on as a border. A baad of brown or
colored maribout boa is charmingly
J I J t J Li
Spend Sunday at the Beautiful
Fun For All All the Time!
On Your Way!
ide the Trolley!
love and benevolence over their fu
ture life, strewing their pathway down
through life's journey with ever
Our brother. Dr. George G. Craig,
was a remarkable man. one of those
sturdy characters, a manly man, witl;
strong and fixed opinions on men and
measures. He was a leader of men,
honest and conscientious in all his
i dealings. He stood by hi3 friends if
'all the world assailed them. He stood
at the head of his profession. He was
i esteemed and loved by his friends and
shade of blue, mauve or pink. A white j soft and intensely becoming against ' feared by his enemies, if he had any.
satin foulard that was exceptionally j the face, and many an old maribout! He was a brave and valiant soldier,
I pretty showed a polka dot of quarter-' bca now no longer in fashion is being! as one of our national defenders, when
! inch diameter of a deep cherry red, the ' ripped apart into straight strips to be icnly a boy in his teens he left college
basted again about the border of a, and his books and went forth in ou?ui-
lence to d ity s call and fell severely
colors make their appearance among
the street dresses for town wear, hut
ihP r,r,iritv r.f thP Hark pnwn 9n triramed with bauds of one-inch j basted again
much in evidence during the past win-1 ribbon of the same red shade. A collar , bright pink or blue sunshade
tor has held over, and is likely to re- i End doeP Shaped yoke of sheerest .
main a feature of tb- fashions for some 1 m,e lawn heP tne rtd sufficiently far j
time to come, it is so essentially a i f rom the fac,! for tne Povvn to be excep-1
practical fashion to don dark and In-! tonally becoming
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and to reserve the pale, perishable softened as to be becoming to either; Trio lodge Xo. 57. A. F. and A. M.,, degree of a master
tones for house and evening use. and. : h!onde or brunette, and, contrary to, has adopted the following resolution 'odge, A. F. and A.
. .' I1 Iho centre 1 nnlninn if iu tko hriohl ' . . . ... ....... aild he it Tlll'ther
or course, lor warm weailier out or,"" j0n the aeatn or Dr. u. u. urajg. , . r- . At one time
i alive tints that will be becoming, and i -i ,vi suntu. mc:i a i UUi
There are, in fact.
J few shades of red that cannot be so
Mourned by Masons
Iwovndcd on one of the great battle
'felds of the civil war. At the close of
'the war he resumed his studies, gradu
i ated with honors, came west as a
'young man, was raised to the sublime
M., July 2S, 1S70,!
perches on a pole. When stationed in
a prairie or a pasture he perches upon
the back of an ox. He lives by hunt
ing insects and attacks all birds, even
the strongest, using beak and claws
in the unequal struggle. All the fowls
of the air fear the police bird, and
even the most active pillagers of the
nests feign honesty when under the
sharp eye of the Musclcapa tyrannus.
In winter the tyrant takes posses
sion of the warm shelters prized by
birds. In spring, when the young are
twittering In the nests, the tyrant
turns "thief" and sows terror among
friends and enemies alike. Even the
sparrows banded to fall upon a field
fly away when they see the black coat
and orange fillet of the "policeman."
The tyrant holds his power by his
audacity. All animals yield to the
Influence of courage, a quality special
ly tenacious in birds. The tyrant bird
! Is small, but his attitude commands
respect. Harper's Weekly.
town. Each frocks of palest tones.
Whereas, Our divine master, the
A brunette ; great architect of the universe, who
depend upon specially buoum taive care to select 'dceth aU things weiJ, in His infinite
ord be set aside inscribed to his mem-
however rarrv our th H,.;rP fnr chsrn "Ol tne QU11. SOmoer tones
contrast: in fart, ofren
i . . i ,. .....
u ; . ..i a a rpa nav ne consiaeramp ninn in lis u
ory, and that our charter and a chair
in the lodse be draped in mourning
brother. Dr. George G. Craig, from his.
jlutely not fashionable this season are;,abor3 n eartn to tnat celestial lodge ! ?pyf .hoso, TeSOhinL
On a gown of shell-rink voile, a eir
die of four-inch wide Nattier blue belt- ola rose ana deeP red- m otner words, i0n high, where the supreme grand!
ing was singularly attractive, while a ! the gottn ,hat Is not dark ,n rlor must master presides, therefore be it
b. It of sapphire blue on a gown of j ,,e decidedly brilliant, for all somber, j Resolved. That we. his brothers of
salmon pink is not infrequently seen. I duU tones are out of vogue. jTrio ledge No. 57. A. F. and A. M.
(."rise in combination wi:h violet and I Gray relieved by a sharp note of con-1 deeply deplore and mourn our loss,
purple ha6 long been a favorite com-jtrast is ever attractive at this time of I We realize that in his death this lodge
1 ination of curiously foreign shades. I year, and gray is one of those fortunate j has lost an old and faithful member,
shades like violet and purple, which ; the community an honored and re-
seem to be appropriate for any occa-1 spected citizen, the nation a brave and
sion. One extremely pretty foulard I valiant soldier. his profession &
gow n is of white ground w ith gray hair-! counsellor and leader, his neighbors
line dcts trimmed with bands and gir-jand associates, a friend, firm, tried,
die of royal blue satin. The round and true, that could always be relied
shirred guimpe and elbow cuffs are of upon. His wife and farr.i'" a. kind and
mousseline de soic of two thicknesses j loving husband, a generous and indul
instead of a lining of any heavier text- jR?nt father. To them in this the sad
ure. The parasol for this gown is also 'dest hour of their bereavement we can
of white foulard trimmed with bands 'offer but little worldly consolation, x-
the family of our deceased brother.
and a copy to each of the daily papers
E. H. BOWMAN,
E. H. BUCK.
Committee on Resolutions.
Xritiny .".:$." pr cent to
per r nf , ! nominations, $200,
First lin against choice res-ideiHt-
property on Twenty-fifth
Mrvet. seventh to Ninth ave
nue. Thirty-eighth street Fifth
to Seventh avenue. Forty-sec-onl
street. Seventh to Ninth
avenue. Seventh aiemie (houle.
vkI) Thirtieth to Forty-sixth
"all or plione
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Peoples National Bank ML-
l'hone West 122.
BUT THE EATING
Why spend these days In th
kitchen baking bread when we
bake nice fresh bread and de
liver it at your door every
Is ja-t as nice as can be. In
fact it is just the same as horn
made with the half days' work
preparing it cut out. Fresh
cakes of all kinds are' always
found at our place.
715-1 7 IS Second Avenue.
Try some of our fruit wafers
and fruit bou bo us, 20c and
25c liie pound.
j of the same shade of blue satin.
! When the hat shows a contrast to
the gown with which it is worn this
j season, the parasol, on the other hand,
if possible, of the same material as the
dress itself, or at any rate, matches it
in color and shows a touch of the
trimming of the dress. It is generally
possible to find a silk of desired shade
for any gown and to edge the parasol
with a band of the same ribbon as
adorns the gown is a simple task.
Never were parasols more fantastic,
and if the sunshade itself is of plain
silk then resort is had to a fancy han
dle. The new shapes in the fashion
able parasols are strange and curious,
some being fashioned after the many-
cept to extend our fraternal sympa
thy, and our prayers, that our divine
All the Fowls of the Air Oread
Police work is the strangest of the
work done In the world of birds. In
France and central Europe the musci
capa birds police the air, posted on
telegraph wires. Black, with beads
decorated with orange fillets, these
notable flycatchers are dreaded by
the brigands of the air. Eagles, fal
cons and all the feathered strong men
of the ether shrink from an encounter
Many peculiar anticipations have
I been cited against patent applications.
a congressman took to
the patent office a lock invented by
one of his rural constituents. The
lock was an exact copy of a lock fig
ured in "Price on Locks." showing the
lock used on a gate of ancient Thebes
thousands of years before Christ. The
congressman after examining the illus
tration, which was shown him by one
of the officers, exclaimed that he didn't
care who that fellow from Thebes
was. he certainly stole it from his con
stituent. On another occasion an ap
plication for a patent was filed for a
flower basket whose construction cor
responded in detail with the Scrip
tural description of the ark in which
Moses was placed in the bulrushes,
which, we are told in the second chap
ter of Exodus, was an ark of bul
rushes daubed with slime and pitch.
This is also probably the first record
ed instance of a re-enforced concrete
structure. Scientific American.
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14
Wear a Flower
To honor the best mother who
ever lived your own. That is
the purpose of mother's day.
A White Flower for
A Bright Flower for
We shall be prepared Satur
day. May 13. and Sunday, May
14. with a large assortment of
fine, fresh flowers appropriate
for mother's day, offered at our
usual moderate prices.
Have we booked your order
yet? If not, let us have it early.
The Story of
Mother's day Is only lhr yar
old. but Its obiorvariL' ha sproail
In this short time to tlie far cor
nprs of the earth.
Its organization ha heen traced
to a Miss Jarvls of 1'hllaiielphla.
who conceived the 11': In the de
sire to commemorate the anniver
sary of her mother's dath. It
was not only the thought of lay
ing some flowers on mother's
crave, but It occurred to h r that
it would be a beautiful tribute to
all mothers. Ihe ltvtrtK as well n
the dead, if their children, on a
friven day. would unite on the
Bimple wearing of Mowers.
Phe wrote a letter about It to a
Philadelphia newspaper, and It
was this that rauwrt mother's day
to break out In spots all over the
country. The nxt year Its ob
servance greatly Increased, and
this year It will be observed uni
versally In this country and In
many foreign lands.
Master wni neai tne wounns or Dro wlth this tyrant. When the tyrant
ken hearts, spreading the mantal of cannot find wires to perch on he
They Were "Hung Up."
I like you, Jim." said the practical
girl, "but you've been a bachelor for
so many years that I fear you have
fallen into disgraceful habits. You
Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
must be awfully careless, or instance,
about your wardrobe."
"My dear." answered the suitor, "I
give you my word that every rag 1
am not wearing now is hung up."
She believed him and accepted him.
But what he meant by "hung up" and
what she understood by it were two
different things. New York Journal.
EXPEL ONE; SUSPEND TWO
Monmouth College Punishes Girls for
Itreaking Itetiring Rules.
Monmouth, 111., May 13. One girl
was expelled and two suspended from
Monmouth college yesterday because
they broke the rules requiring non
resident coeds to be in their rooms
at 10:30 p. m. The girls had been
on probation. Iast Saturday they
attended a picnic and were half an
hour late in reaching their rooms.
The two suspended are freshmen.
The expelled girl is a senior and
would have graduated within a
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