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I BEST TREATMENT FOR
rTREATMENT rf the hair Is very
wisely ur. .' rt;ik n at this seasan
of the ar H is v. ell to t"f. wfc-ther.
It ;s l.-.c k:r In i. ;. ar.d vitality.
h'T i's "."r :i '''" j:"l' ! ann a
is r.o i' a cspeciR ! -i.
is. whfher It f'--ls
tender.';. t- break eas
' a - r'ained by pull-
f.,r .1 healthy hair
d da. ' f S'r':in If
t h r- in some ; hing
I.' r t here is much
r-'- t . an undue
. All th' e f;r dari-
Treunleji. but eas-
n in t : tne. but pluv-
i. or if in it pro-.f-riy
u ui ' is i.-t (! :
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Simplicity the Keynote of the Graduate's Gown j ii
IMPL.TCITY is the keynote of , hand tucks, and when they con-e from not instill "envy and all vmcharitable-
the best looking gra -luation Paris father has to write a I.-.rge check
gowns of 1912. Of course ; for them, but even should the costume
these little frocks may be, emanate from the Vil.e Lumiere it will
trimmed with a, bit of real lace and ! be more or less of a tub creation and
rb id appf-araM
y r. ir the n.
harsh and a
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tlie br iin u-d is i f
larre and b'.u:rl bp i
fiiiit 'h tr-.rl :vl'l in!
A bnv Nil t b : 1 K II h'
kir.il and k r ' r'.i"
hair vbri'ibl be I r'i.'
strokes !'T t:" in i
fiiltbt AftT nil tarn
rnovert ff oi th- y a
W hole lenc'h "f the s
Te, -:ii b rvie. b;;t
lore the (li'1' d p'rai.iis sh i :ld be
rran'd wi'h r left hand in ! in'd
rtle of thir length and the trt;h l ast
ed fir't from the s'.ilp dowi warii t
this point tb re,lii'te II : J !.! r of
tln:es and tb' n frntn loe In !! : 'er to
the eiiiis. r'nr bi.ul 1 be taken r'ver
ir bunbr or in ruin the sea!i with The!
brush or enn.b. mil-b barm b' mix ilone
In this ivnr. Tberef'.ri' u eointi wlih
rounded points und not too small teeth
hould be chosen so thnt all seratchl
ness Is avoided Never Jerk hair or pull
It unrier rsHrlly In combine. If tarried
bectn at the end", holdinc tin' balr
firmly above so that n" lull Is f It on
the rooin, and coi.tiriue upvsard till all
The hrilr to be
I, pr'iT!v comb
"1. To bejin it n.
in fuliy chosen to
ha r and scalp,
m'.l be coorl ,,f Its
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n rr; : ii 'i i es en -h
li-n hne been r-
p d i'a ir. ard the
b'.rt hair I- trav-
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Packing the Vacation Trunk
IVoMAN who has traveled a uret
ib.il and bus found one trunk
sufficient f' r the needs i f her wardrobe
(fives the following bints as to the dis
posal fif her hel.itiKiriKS:
In the bottom "f the trunk she has
had a pnrtifon nride birF enough to
carry fine I itue or two stimSi La's. At
the si le of tin larlili' ti e l ines :i
WOOilt 11 boX I lie I Wll'l KIWiI'lK ill
Which She I ! ks her IlH'illl itie bottles.
GOWN WITH EFFECTIVE BAND TRIMMING.
J,'n'XT fastenings sre all the rape on
the model illustrat.d fhni's this eff
uiih b ittons and straps of while croclii
ton voile, nhi, h displays crochet l.n:e as
graduation dresses this season, nnd
vt at its best Mla-k elvt rit'bon
-t are usi d on this tht-tT truci of col
ness" in classmates whose sowns are
'.ess distinguished. Whatever the
makeup of the graduation gown, this
regalia marks an occasion of vital In
terest, and in the mind of the wearer
it is second only In importance to the
Sheer batistes, dotted swiss. em
broidered voiles, sheer handkerchief
linen, fine siiky nainsook and soft mar- !
nnic&oa n rz, nAvhtncr a mnct nnnrlar '
l1"- His., jic. naiio l -1 - . . . . i - r -
and suitable materials from which to
fashion the craduation gown. These;
' fabrics are charming when trimmed
, with real or fine Imitation fillet, shadow
lace, creamy point venise or baby Irish.
' which last lace is not. however, so new
as the other varieties. The real val
is always good to use. and when the
' dress material is a fine organdie a
creamy tint of this lace is really lovely,
i An exo.uisite little creation which
: will be worn is of white batiste trim
' med with yellowish lace and clusters
I of white satin roses, the latter used
I both on the bodice and on the skirt. I
j Flounces are appearing on many cf
the smartest of graduation frocks, for
j this styie is particularly becoming to !
, young girls. A quaint little dress of '
the ti ounce persuasion Is of white swlss
! ruffled to the waist and finished with a
fichu bodice, the edge of the fichu being
' outlined with a pink taffeta ruche.
! Commencement da platforms will
'see a lot of pi. tilings made of net. for
i they are both economical and effective.
; Th se pi::. tings ate very easy to han
I die nn l gi e to the net frock a charm-
ing'y ai-y appearance, and they are
' within reach cf any little graduate,
j Hands f tiny h:md tucks on a ba-
tiste frock are wonderfully good set
I between broad insertions of lace on the
skirt and applied as brctelles on the
Km! midored net gowns are lovely,
but thfre is always the added expense
of silk or messaline slips worn under
them. Still, the cost might be male to
avcr.ice i;p, ns the material itself fur
nishes the necessary trimming.
Sashes are the graduate's own par
ticular privilepo. and this year it will
tie the exceptional girl who does not
: '.'enr a s..sh of some sort. White satin
and taffeta sasl es with tab ends trim
i med with small white satin rosehuds
j are fetching. A cluster of the white
! roses mir.sleil with maidenhair fern
posed at tiie front of the sash toward
i the side is very effective, while an
' other tiny cluster to wear in the hair
j completes the picture of girlish gim
i rli ity.
; Attractive whit" satin sashes have
loni-.s and ends extending up and down
rather than standing out in butterfly
fashion, and ofien four or five flat
loo s rise one over the other above the
waist line, the same number of loops of
a longer lontrth falling down the skirt
lencth. Sip-ii a bow Is easily made
All you have to do is to allow the rib
bon to traii from your thumb and fin
der down to the floor, bring up enougl
f the rl: M.i. n to make a doer loop, hobi
firmly, then e;iriy the ribbon above
your thumb and bring it down to make
a short loop, then down ngvln for an
other long loop below the thumb and
then up to the second short loop. The i
ribbon so looped must be held firmly, i
Pass the end around at the back and
through t:ie knot formed in front,
which should be drawn tiht. The re
maining .:id is made for the belt
NUFStRY PLAY i
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VOILE FROCK TRIMMED WITH RATINE.
fpiIE wide ratine la. es are not expensive, ;
tive. This v. hit" cotton cn!;iiiiue Is a cb
tion day, willi Its bind of i.aiiie lice smoii.
and buttons are used as extra adornment.
JJARITS of tidiness can easily be In
stilled In the nurserv If they an
n ade a pleasure instead of a hardship.
It should never be impressed on a
chil.ls mind that necessary duties are
T-, ublesome ar.i tiicn punishment given
for the natural e: ;s;on that follows
If bread and butter were to follow the
cake and the urn instead of preceding
.lit in at mealtimes, would t our in
itio or.es l0nk on bread and butter as a
;"'.reif instead of. as is generally the
case, an unir.u-1 est mg and "stodgy" in
fliction? Following the san: Idea, why not
make tidving up after playtime a
privilege a r -. nd for "bein good'."'
Let the l'.i)s and girls race each other
to see which can yet their tilings put
aw:iy fn perfect nr.li" i r. : . the:; titers
is no grumbling wi.en tlie summooi
comes 'o .ntciiiipt an ccl:ing game ol
si li.;er fir l.ous keeping
.ch yoiini; member of the family
should be given a play box of his or
;her own. and all will then have pride
Mn keeping . verything tidy
A disused packing case answers the
purpose splendidly It should be
j planed as smooth as pos.-i'.ile. nil dan
Igermis nails r.v.onl and have a lid
1 fitted with hinges to fasten with a
IS'fety call h tli.it cannot hurt the tiny,
'tender lingers Wall paper makes an
: excellent lining, and the outside of the
.box can be covered with drugget, cloths
sacking, with tie owner's nam
.llled on it in large letters.
I TI .. Oioi.l.. . it t... 1-.11...1 it!.
tlons. arranged to suit the child's need,
and with very little extra trouble a
tray is added to lift in and out that
will hold small, light articles
Such boxes may be piled one above
another on shelves in a corner of the
mursery. thus taking up little space.
bin if room chii be spared It i the best
olan to dace thorn In a row by the
.a'l scot ing. so that they will not have
to be lifted down before the children
'can use t hem.
' TI ey are delightful possessions, a
;real "joy forever." as they will answer
;nrny purposes besides that of being
! At need they become forts, or ships.
or trains, or simps, or doll houses, or
anything else u:i ler heaven, for the
childish Imagination can. without help
from material accessories, build up all
that It longs for. even
of "castles in Spain."
to tloi grandest
Mid the patterns are most effee
araiiog one for wear on gradua
.ling a tunic. Cotton fringe looi a
EASILY MADE SAVORIES p-
P.amektr.s To make ramrkir.s grate
half a pound of cheese and beat it in
a mortar with naif a pound "f buttir.
the pills of thl icls ..11. 1 the i:i-iib-of
a sin I1 1'reiuh roll b .il. d in cream
i. mil it is soft. Add the well wMi.pprd
rr too. id-.e las her Klines, each p i!r whit's of the ergs and pour the mi.x-
mrefully r 'led In linen covers Her
rubbers are fitted on fine pair of boots,
snd In all ff them she slows toilet be
longing, such 11s tooth powder bottle,
cold cream J ir. i te.
Then she has six fir eight pieces of
heavy cardboard cut to lit the trunl
ruaotly. T! rv .'ff owred with :
jrtty light 'ii .e" to ide in eriflnp
si aip, with Htraps to f i-tfii down se
rurely. In llih- lug- envelopes shi
j lris ber dri .-. s and shirt waists Two
or three frocks or blouses can usuallv
iro into each envelojc In this wav
verythlng Is kept absolutely fiat and
notblrn I pusbed to one end of the
trunk when it Is turm i up n end. A
shallow tray at the ,,,, ,f tlie trunk
holds 1 aces, ribbons at I vei .s.
ture Into small and rather long shaped
taper pans. Place them in the oven
and bake a pale brown S rve at once.
This battir is very r.n e ..In n poured
over cauliflower. Fte.vod brocolii or
Il'i.t't Cheese. flrate thfe ounces of
'heshire cheese and mix it with the
nil's of two ivi, four 1 a: . cs of grat-
I breadcrumbs ..r.d throe miii.'i s of
'i.tter. Add a ! s: : ' ; onf il of mus
;ar.l urid a htf- .it e-i i pepper. Tons'
.-me small rounds of bread, lay the
mixture upon the-n. put them into an
ven to get hot all through and to al
io. v the cheese to bron a little. Serve
A nohow Toast. Pone ar. I skin six or
fiftht anchovies and pound them to a
' mass with an ounce of fine butler and
spread it on toa:-'.
i Tomatoes and Mushro ins With Olive
S-iridw nhes. Tiike ;x skint. d an) cut
' tomatoes, a te:iseionful of Worcester -si.
ir-' sauce, one of butp-r rubbed with
one of cornstarch, a sptci of cayenne
and a pinch of salt. Simmer until
thick, add a little minced onion and
mushrooms C ok tw he minutes and
serve with brown bread sand ii ins
spread with butf-r and i hopped olives.
! Hot Ham Rand ich Put some boil
ed told ham through a meat chopper
and mix with a very little butt r into
a i.-iste. To a half cupful put a quar
ter of a tr nspnoT.fui of dry mustard.
Spread th:s mixture on squares or
rounds fif bread and put the two to
gflher vvi'h a thin slice of good ohees-.
S.iute In a hot chafing dish with a ta
blespoonful of butter until the latter
! cms to bubble. Have ready hot
! jlates. and when the cheese has melted
and the bread Is browned slip one on
The Smart Summer Jacket!
M UP TO DATE PORCH FURNITURE s-
FITK the newest thing In dress ac-
.-: oi n s is the slipper, pump or
shoe of ratine, that popular fabric
.viiiih rtsembbs Turkish toweling
more closely than anything else. The
now footwear is surely novel if nothing
more. Ihnlt. however, fin smart lasts,
the shoes are rather good looking. One
may have buttoned shoes In white,
blue or gray, and the latter offer choice
of either white or black buttons.
The little ratine piimis have the ap
I r iv d low mi high arch and straight
hi-:h I. eels. Tie sc. too, come in pi ii'i
white and also in a soft pretty blue. ; n
gray and a dainty pink. They
have a little bo.v of the ratine at the
Tiiey will make an especial
appeal to the summer E'rl In search
IHK summer girl
fla'e to is year
her piossessam a
in magpie colori
more eonspiecou - cm
season. A striped !l:i
is considered very g
will not be up
ir nnl- ss she has
bla.er ja i.et
gs or in souif
comhiita ' '.on?
m l re I
"'iiIT may put any kind of sleeve y
please m oiir new gown except the
lialloon affair shirred fully into the
shoulders In all but tailored effects
the very skimpy, clinging sleeves that
have hi en in vogue are set 11 no more.
Their place has ! en taken by sleeves
v. i:h liitle pahs and frilly adornments,
and on some of the new gowns there
are sleeves V. i ! I de. ided pulls at the
elbow aul a boil outer portion Sias!.-
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of in velty.
"n the principle cf extremes meeting,
it is .veil to consider the new gl-ives of
the season, which are of fine kidskin for
afternoon wear and "dress" tailored
costumes. For this purpose there are
ilea and especially delicate shades that
vvomf n will lke wearing. The rev
"butter" color, for instance, is a s' ft
yeiloiv which might look very well with
dark brown or blue Fuits. One may
have It e!h-r with heavy white or
Mack embroidery on the back. And
ii- ie It fijr'iiy 5-llrtliCS, SOll.i
de:;, rite pear! grays, that are quite i
strikins wh. -i they have heavy black
mbroidcry to sound a final note.
Preserve Fruits Without
T'f K a gallon Jar or crock, one quart
of alcohol and any or nil kinds of
berries and fruit, except bananas
Begin with one quart of strawberries,
one pineapple and three oranges. Peel
the oranges and pineapple and cut In
small pieces. p'se one cup of sugar
for each fruit, mix thoroughly with one
Pint of alcohol and place in Jar. cover
ing with a cloth plate. This should
be put in a coo! and rather dark place.
Stir once a week.
As the other fruits pome In add one
dozen apricots, one quart of raspber
ries, one quart of white cherries, one
q i.iit black cherries, one dozen peache3
and one pound white grapes Allow a
cup of sugar for each fruit. Add thei
rest of the alcohol and mix thoroughly
as you add each fruit.
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i shii ring
s i hiitoa
1'iale i' s ale
li.e ohl fash
e shirred II olll
till retain., its
o t ly
wrist and oil.
droop n or the hand
tl'iig r a III ' s.
li.e question if shoulder
n make. - are divided T
line is tfio la i otulll
of a ci iinplishiiieiit by
to le b.islii.v al'itelol
: been in now for .'eve
.ii I av ( put
.ilip r. Who. ..
ho hieeve is ! s
i it bis ita r
by seeing the
. t o ach
j -pilE next time you turn out your sit
ting room take down all the pictures
on one wall at least and either hrtrm
some fresh ones In from another room
or try some sort of change and see 11
you are riot pleased with the result.
Perhaps you have had a mirror over
the lireplaee flanked with a pair of pic
tures exactly the same size and shapo.
Kemove these elsewhere and arrange
Instead a few good china plates or a
group of small colored pictures
It Is not necessary either to nans
your pictures exactly In pairs A lit
tle irregularity Is often quite artlstlo
and prt tty The only thing which
must be noted Is that the lower edg
of each frame is on the same level.
Many women appear to havo a root
ed objection In placing a mirror In any
spot but Immediately over the fire
place. Now, this is riot really a law of
the Modes arid Persians Try It be
tween the w indows or in h darkish cor
ner and notice the effect.
Too much mural decoration Is worse,
than too little. In some cases on
meets mlrmrs, picf ires, china, fans,
ciiiios. miniatures, photograph frames,
all hung In will confusion, without
the bast attempt at order and ar
rangement. If you possess a. really nli e pleturo
let I eople have the full benefit of lis
beauty llornernber too. that a wall
surface whether It be papered or dis
tetiipeied. .hould servo jis a haek
eround lo the ornament. hung there
on so that anything in the way of an
o!'!rusl- fb sign or virulent coloring
.should bti av to led.
hi. I p
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blazer models are hip length affairs
with cut away front and notched f ol
iar in mannish effect. They but ion
with a single button at the bust line,
and the sleeves are long and close fit
ting. The blazer Illustrated is of bla. k
and white striped flannel
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In !.,,; u. .1 .;
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v. in '. b
wide revt.s or
sleeve IS either
quarter, hev c t s
( . PS th
lit d. but as
ban on this
It does ev-
. t .v it hoot
i Km. on
I.. m.i. e
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i ne Mill
or t:. ref
I he Dainty Silk font
OI'AIN'T and plf turesque are the silk
.r trie suii'iner.
onlv -vl. n ;h-
For Measuring Skirts
HAT woman of f-iifou
For the Little Laddie
lep. f is. I
niMig f.f a skir'7
t, for in Kurope tr ev
e corisihj.ng fif a fr
atlaf lu d lo the edg
WICKER FURNISHINGS THAT ARE NEW THIS SEASON.
timer o like to get away ;
i y from wn.t.r can a and re-'
:lu '.. I ut from cumberson.v ,
tits in Heir homes us well.
from eve romp 1! ;tig decorations and
tinnetf s.iry abundance of th.ngs to
t'lnirt.'urg more nr less suggestive of t
in-ple living Manufacturers, recoj
r 7 i g this liking for the "simple life."
: their designs to suit the tastes
ci u.tj yabUc cuoscviiecUy Uiis c
k. , V.) v
All cf th new wlcVer furniture In
cludes veranda conv eniences, sua h as
newspaper receptacles and magazine
st-reid. tea carts and the line, and thisj druff
year wicker lamps are added to the list j
cf belongings that the up to date j orch f
must boast. Indeed. It Is a critical ;
taste that fails to find something loj
suit it in the great variety of styles'
provided this season.
The wicker desk and three cornered
chair are charmingly convenient arti
cles of furniture to have on the living
room porch, and if there is room the
lamp, also iarried out in w Ick-r. will
shed a becoming and grateful glow
THE very little lad.
babyhood wears a
has been found
ClLrilt T. cream
successful in the fight against dan-
le Juet out f
boyish frock of 6tout linen, and an
Ideal frock of this type is of brown
holiand with white trimmings The
chubby boy of five Is parti-al irlv man
ly in a middy suit fif sriov. v d , k. wuh
is a 1 1 . : i lied ;
.v ir.gs. shaped I
t.-l-le. and to this fr.irot
pair ft almost eillptit al
conform to the curva
ture of ii
tape tin :
chevrons and bo sun s w h
fiark serge or
the appli. ation being followed bv a i wool mixture with embroidered so-eve
vigorous scalp massage A very little ' chevron and collar ami b-It of eon-
trastir.g fabric will be I'.e proper cos
jtume. At eight the small hoy a quires
Sterilize t:ie brush and f omb every day : conventional masculine garb and Las
to prevent a fresh incursion of tr.e his hair cuL
dandruff germs into the clean scalp.
It is rubbed weil into the scalp. .At seven a sailyr suit, of
t :t is required and is scarcely notice
able if carefully confined to the scalp. I tume.
skirt's lower edge Loosely
to fine f.f t 'io.se vv mg Is a
sa'-e which slides along th-:
a guide to mcrk its if-ngtu.
r '.ving has a linen our.
fie pinned to the iv.'iisii.ii, I
.rt to facu.tute me marking
fc.i 'r. r'n. y. . mr, ; :
and appetizing first
a formal luncheon con-
snn there are a nurr.her of charming
new things on the market.
Wi'ker. rattan grass and a host of
f.lfrs that include flax and even paper
pulp make s..ii.k of the best look.no
ets lifsim .1 for porch use.
Lr.hss r.-e dtmands It ornamcnta- : luncnarv. Rut bv nlrht or bv rlac the the stems cut off about an Inch and
tlon m the way of elaborate b.-ij.'ctry I comfort of the hi rush chair with irs half from the blossom and the renter
st2rr.en removed. The berries are then
yHEN a woman prepares refresh
ments for a party," said a cyn
ical male iierson. "she takes the in-
,when one requires more illumination ' ststs in filling calla liiies with fresh side out of something ::r.d puts 4n it
j than that afforded by heaven's great .strawberries. The flowers should have ' the inside of S'lmetMi: eise Then
! she pours a yellow mixture over the
' result and its success depends upon
the difficulty the gjesis have in tf liing
filled In ani the lily laid flat on thewhat It was before ehe be&an fouling
pretty ctir.a biate- teilh it-"
eavts is no longer s.-.own outlines high headpiece will shine forth re
are i l..in. and con fort is trie min fca- .splendent ani be a boon to tired hu-
iur ot tie Uioce. i nuauiy,
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Care of Window Roxs
HKKK is no danger of o. f rwatering
on- i inula ill i-OA'.'n, l.i i .IU.H- I ney ;
I are e pese.) to w inds and warm air on
all sid" and evaporation will ta':e
j phice ( rapidly that there is no po.-si- ;
hie ciahce of injury to the plants from .
n u r.d ie rei ntion fif w.it-r Tio-re ;; : )
' g-r.-rallv i ri' kn ani crevices m hox.-s
t.f. rough nl.'i f. surplus v.u.ter can run
f ff. orci t!. e f ir:i:i a iiikh.s of e--cape
for all the water that t::e f lams
fann' t make jise of Therefore do ret
be afraid to use water liberally an 1
i often enough to guard against any
dinger of t .e soils drying out aLout
1 Hit roou ol U.e plauts.
' tn .tf.lty'r.
I.INGF.niK GOWN WITH SILK COAT
and one needs protct tion. out as a dec
orative addition to dainty frocks ol
net and lingerie
The i i ture shows a lingerie frock
topped by a coal of Lu Uan rose lat