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THE KOCK ISLAND A1TGUS. SATCJltllAY, MAY 10, 101.
r 5 OCIETY S upper, and later In It Joseph of Arl niHthea preserved the blood from Christ's wounds at the crucifixion. Napoleon Boua parte, "tlie great i thief." as they call him here, carried it cIT to Paris in 1S07, and it was then ed about anions the ladles inrited to the state dinners that during Queen Mary's vIhU they should avoid all mod ern eccentricities of the mode. Some of the women complained that It hardly was consistent with deep re tested and found to be of glass. Ifspect for royalty to wear ones oiu ihad slight ornamentation and appear, j clothes but the idea or conservative dress was carried out generally. Some of the great dressmakers or nt a the GerniHil Kvancclteai j rcquireu 10 su on ine noor in japaDroo j eu 10 ne nnisneti wiiu wie luom m week, reported $-.".1.50 i fashion. Rice was also served and was ; gem engraving, while the color and i i r n virn v:mi rf-ni rnnn kiipk. i no leu iransnoreccv were Donecc. vyhcii 1 1- BicewiK ...t - . ------ - . - I ...... ; !. ... u-. . ... ,.l,, rf. i; i .. .-.in.- u.t . i,.r liv afternoon bowls were genuine jnpaneso articles i ciamiea cy uaiy u was so oauiy is-'uruusni unn nmuun .Mil t-OCiei HI .U .''" . ...... ,l , . 1 a 1 mn ln, w mo a InAPfA . i. Ttl. nlannwcl to alia Were lilvcll il3 SOUVPUUS. (.BKP8 unu : CU U BUS uniKCIl IO Uierciuni uuuiirtu "ci mo; . o c otirccnoiia tervti were amo ine rem , menueu wnu koiq nniRree, Paris, at the Queen's command, ATTENTIONS FOR MISS SAVILLE. rar held at Miss Pearl Sail!e. k'so marriage J church last to Emil Johnson is an event of June, j ch-ared, was the honorec yesterday i.t two ; rrue. tne nrM a breakfast at ac "e cm. ,'", ,n,.fer.f Inn .,nv.l were B the real mended with cold fliliaree. Once be-; The queen selected several costumes. ooock at h. r home. A company of ; entertain at a rerepi.on in ...-u. . . ,ki , i-m !ti, ,n,vn.m..iI.r. -u -, warned before nM ,! honr rei'lllDcrs OI llie '"""- - 6'; - - --- 16 college girls wcPt to tin; home of j Miss Saviile. 3432 Sixth avenue, enrly in the mcrning. and while she tlepl decorated the house with green and white flowers aud ribbons, carrying out her wedding co'.ois. At 7 o'clock '1 W V I - ' 1 p.- r H. . v. rv ; r. : t- ...nn . ...... "S. Th. llOi'tessesr's Of; 1J i" anair nuiv;u ko ici Mir 1 aelipintruL. women will clear bateuirut May trie arierno-jn jtsituiv t-n- ( Fred Kann, Mrs. Kntino. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Mndenstruth, ani they j the was awakentd by the jj'rls knock- served a nice lunch ing at her door and was taken muca ly surrrise when the cptned it to , UPSALA CLUB OUTING MRS. KERRiSON, SOCIETY HOS J TESS. I The members of the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the United loro il icii. me cainearai in iu, wno i nu smiii-uianrn 'spring it w as given as security by the town hand not to show any of the daring of Genoa for money needed for mill- and biaarre skirts now In vogue. 1 r.e tary defense. Kight years passed be-1 creators hastily prepared special de- Tlear Mrs. Thompson: (1) I "! girl of 20 years. I cut my hair off this Do you think it will be any fore it was reutrned. The Upsala c'ub of Ausustana semi-! t:,1"rt h " eTO tbe of J,rs- Mark j villa, whicl aTy enjoyed its annua, outing ye,;n. 1500 Seventh street, yes er- When Pi rday afternoon at the home of h. i day afternoon at the monthly mcetins for his slat them. She was taken to the parlors where she found a maze cf spider webs : na end after followuc the lead of each terday f trlng found at lis end various articles ; Luther Wilson on Thirty-fourth street, of kitchenware. A four-course break- : The affair is an annual cvint in honor fast was served by Mrs. Saviile and : of the retiring members, who this the affair proved a very happy cne. ' y?ar are: John L. Benson, about to In the afternoon .Mrs. John Ingram ' depart for China: Martin A. Melford, KTltorta r , -i .! v- r f 1 Vf.linf i TcVina P X" i 1 C O n 5 P. ll 1 I T . WllsOn. wccKn at her home. 7i'5 Seventeenth I the latter three having accepted posi- j ed a nice lunch r treet, at a miscellaneous shower in j tions in eastern states. A most pleas- j honor of Miss Saviile. The house was j ant afternoon was spent, and in the cf the society. There was a pcod at tendance of members and they devoted the afternoon to sewing and fancy work and a committee, composed of Mrs. Bernard Andrews, Mrs. R. Taylor, Mrs. Ray Reddig, and Mrs. Ilass, serv- SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The elder of the Pope's sisters, who is ailing. Is to try the air of Castelgan- Prer.byterian idolfo, where the Pontiff has a summer hich he has never seen. rius X made this disposition ter ho remarked. "I wish I could come too," which, however, is not to be taken too literally, as he has decorated in the wedding colors, green evening a delightful dinner was par- tnd wh'.te. flowers and fern3 filling baskets and bowls in all the rooms. The guests were entertained with a fleral romsnre in which MibS Saviile w as the w inner cf the first favor, an embroidered linen towel, and Miss Laura Anderson took the second favor. Victrola music was enjoyed and late In the afternoon a course luncheon was served in the dining room. The table was trimmed with white roses and ferns and the bonoree's chair was decorated with bows of white ribbon. The gifts were arranged in a big green and white basket on the handle of which was tied with a bow of white ribbon a huge bouijuet of lilies of the valley. A number of parties are being ar ranged in honor of Miss Saviile. Miss Martha Foss entertaining nest week. HOSTESS AT TEA PARTY. Mrs. Albert C. Barber, at her home. taken of. Mrs. L. II. Beck of Kane, Pa., was the guest of honor. on the program by Mrs. J. F. Witter, voice. Miss Elizabeth Chaney, violin, and Miss Bessie N'oftsker, organ, who gave pleasing numbers. The circle "0:S S'xth avenue, Mo'ine. yesterday will realize $45, Which will be used to Lucretia Garfield tent Daughters of Veterans members will be entertained at a tea Monday afternoon at Swedish I Olive hall, Moline, when Mrs. Christy MRS. CANTERBURY PLEASED IN i Hickey of Davenport, Mrs. Sarah Stur RECITAL. 1 levant cf this city, $rs. Clara Minteer Mrs. L. B. Canterbury pleased a large of Watertown. and iirs. Christ Soren audience at the First Methodist church ; E" of Moline will be the hostesses. last evening in a program cf dramatic I Daughters of Veterans are invited to readines civen under the auspices of attend, ana a special invitation is ex- signs which were shown to her majes ty as absolutely the newest things, which. Indeed they were, since no one else had Been them before. The queen is understood to have been well pleas ed with the good taste and discretion shown. King George was much moved on several occasions during the visit darker? I don't like the color of it. It is eand colored. (2) I have a cat that was born last spring. She got a cold in her eye last fall and my brother put some hydro gen peroxide in it, but it seems f get worse all the time. Sometimes It bleeds. She la no great cat, but she is vry affectionate ana we iove cr dearly. What should I do. for it? (3) We have a double petunia, which has many buds on, but when tbev pet so far developed they turn become so fond of the Vatican that he . here by the extraordinary enthusiasm j orown fajj eff. The leaves are probably w ould not leave it if he could, i of the Parisian crowds. His emotion ; 0- shade of green and there are The papal villa at Castclgandolfo ; on one occasion in passing through BDOt8 on them which are of darker color of green. What can we do for it so that it will bloom i i 1 9 r. ' 1 7 ' '- rub from the center of spot. outfiide toward the was for years the favorite summer the Place ce la concorae was very evi. !dent. His toast to Paris as a city wnicn uls ratner naa lovea was an e- the Queen Esther circle of the church. Mrs. Canterbury read "A Woman Question." "Ballad of Initiation." "When the Deacon Talked in Church," "Pauline Pavlovona," and "The Day of Judgment," and pleased very much in tended to all comrades of the three cities to ?j the guests of the ladles. The Men's society of Edgewood Bap tist church will conduct an ice cream sociable on the church lawn, corner Forty-fourth street and Fifth avenue every number. Her powers of express- luesaay evening, i ne men win Dane Ion are good, her ability to lmperson-1 the cakes and will do the serving, ate the various characters is excep- The Young People's branch of theW.C. tionally good and her personality is ' T. XT. will meet Monday evening at the sweet and attractive. She was assisted nome or nirs. uoiaie Moore, tin l wen- pay a mission pledge. SOCIETY PLANS FOR LECTURE. At a meeting of the Young People's society of the United Presbyterian church, held in the church parlors last received 175 tri-city ladies entertaining at a tea from 3 to 6 o'clock. Quantities Df flowers were used in trimming the house and making it fragrant and very attractive. In the receiving room pink snap dragons banked the mantel and baskets of the flowers were about the rooms. In the living room were crim cn snap dragons in wicker baskets and lovely ten-weeks stocks and in the bay windows w'.iere the frappe was i erred were tal'. begonia plants in wicker baskets with tall handles. In the dining room, where a two course luncheon was served, sweet peas in the pink shades decorated the tble FESTIVAL A PRETTY AFFAIR. and the buffet: and in tho den. which A cIass of fi'1"'3 taught by Mrs. C is decorated in red crimson snap dra-I D -VcLalle al South Park Presbyte- gons were used; and here ices and " npuui-uio iur t unique cakes were served. As-tistin the hos- tleth avenue. The members are asked to note the change in the place of meeting which was previously an nounced at the home of Miss Helen Liedtke. FOREIGN NEWS ) Constantinople, May 16. Not since its supposedly invincible battalions evening, plans were made for a lecture i were rolled back by the Bulgarian ad to be given next Thursday evening at I vance at Lule Burgas has the Turkish the church, w hen Itev. Roderick Dun-1 army experienced a greater shock than donald will speak on "Courtship, Mar riage and Home Life." The routine cf business was transacted, refresh ments were served, and a pleasant so cial hour was passed. teas In the entertainment of the guests and in pouring were Mesdames L. E. and very pretty Japanese cherry blos som festival given at the church last evening. In the auditorium of the Nutt. G. II. Huntoon. George Dunn, o." j cnurch two larse booths had been erected and were beautifully decorat ed, the one in red hells, where candies and ice cream cones were sold, and F. Anderson. E. S. Ird and T. A. Mer- riman. and the Misses Mary Hill. Clara theny. Esther D.nn and Marguerite erriman. EDGEWOOD LADIES MEET. Mr3. J. C. H. Read entertained t'.ie Ladles' Aid society of Edgewood Bap cnurch yesterday afternoon at the rome of her daughter. Mrs. W. A. . .l, . Kiy(.Q , naUve COstume by nlem 1.11 and they were served with re s jmcnts. residence of numerous pontiffs, fcut has not been visited by a pope since 1S69 when Pius IX went there. There is nothing -magnificent, about it, with the exception of the view, but the gar den is beautiful and the air is salubri ous. The most important room In the house is the bed room of Pius IX, which is preserved Just as it was when he was last there. From the balconies of the villa the Pope's sister will look down on the beautiful Lake of Albano, perched above which is the monastery built by the last of the Stuarts, or, in the other direction, the cupola of St. Pet er's, across the plain crowning the Eternal City. It has been decided that the monu ment to Adelaide Ristori, Italy's great- presslon which pleased every one, The visit appears to have fulfilled every political expectation. The close understanding between the English and French governments which had never been Interrupted since it 'vas arranged in 1904 had become a little vague and misunderstood by the French public. Doubts had arisen as to whether England was really in earnest in her friendship for France. These doubts have been removed and the "entente cordlale" seems to be warmer than ever. Students of the manners and cus tome of past times are well aware that the ladies and gentlemen of the court of Louis XIV were more remarkable for est actress, the funds for which were! the magnificence of their attire than the order issued by the new secretary of war. Envers Bey, that hereafter all Turkish soldiers must eat with a knife and fork. The enlisted men are not English queen's aversion to extremes raised by international subscriptions. shall be unveiled at Cividale del Fri ull either on August 30 or September 6th. Adelaide Ristoris' name may be re membered in the United States where she appeared with Booth during the season of 1S84-85. Her last real ap pearance on the stage in New York was in "Marie Stuart," played at the Bowery Theatre with a German company. She was called the most beautiful Italian woman of her time. Paris, May 16. Queen Mary unwit tingly was the victim of a little con spiracy during her recent visit to France. Much has been heard here of the only alarmed at the prospect of hand ling the strange implements, but are hurt by the intimation that faithful hands, which have always served the primary purpose of conveying food to their mouths, should be deemed no longer fit for that useful service. The Turkish private is not proving an apt pupil. When his superiors are absent he squats upon the floor and devours his food in the good old fash ioned way, but at the approach of an officer he scrambles to a seat at th for the cleanliness of their persona An interesting document has just bsen found which once more proves this historical fact. It is a copy of the reg ulations of the celebrated school for daughters of the nobility founded at Saint Cyr by Madame de Maintenon. "Pupils are entitled to have one set of underclothing, one pair of stockings and two handkerchiefs per month. Towels pupils, one every week,- nuns. one every two weeks. Foot-bath Pu pils, one a month; nuns, only by spe cial authorization of the superior. Complete bath Thrice a year (May, June, July). Pupils unable to take their bath on the appointed day must wait until the following month." The French postal authorities are considering the issue of a series of in fashionns. The order was whisper-'stamps with a new design. Instead of the other as a Japanese art booth, j table and falls to wielding his new w here wisteria blossom and leaves ' weapons with all the skill he can com- ! were used and w here were displayd ! mand. The civilizing process Is not to stop with teaching the Turkish soldier ta- The edict has also gone The Argus Daily Pattern (4) Do you think I will be a gooa letter writer some day? "DIMPLE." (1) Your hair may grow darker as you get older. But really, my dear, I think sand-colored hair is pretty if it Is kept clean and well brushed and neatly arranged. (2) The peroxide was not good for the kitty's eye. Ask the druggist to give you a little boracic acid and put a teaspoonful of thts in half a glass of water. Use a white cloth and wash pussy's eye with this. Or, you can take witch hazel and put it on a cloth and bind it over the cat's eye, though she won't let it stay on long unless you watch her. (3) ' The petunia may need new soil. Better repot it and give it fresh soil. Pinch off the buds for a while and put a little powdered charcoal around the roots. (4) Yes, dearie. Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you please tell me what will take paint spots out of a red messaline dress without taking the color out and spoiling the dress? A READER. Turpentine is used generally for softening paint so it can be scraped off and washed out. You might try softening the paint with lard, then gently scrape off what you can, then sponge with a mixture of chloroform and naptha. Use a piece of the same cloth as the dress, if possible, when applying the chloroform, etc., and Dear Mrs. Thompson: Can yoa give rne a home method for cleans ing feathers and down? HOUSEKEEPER. I presume you mean feathers and down for pillows, etc. Select a windy day for washing them. Put the feathers Into a white bag and tie up one end securely. Make a suds warm, not hot, of a good white soap and add some ammonia. Sous I vsinr har nf feathers In tM nn you feel sure they are clean. Rinse in clear water containing a ' little ammonia, then again in clear cold water. Squeeze out water, then hang bag in the wind, in a shady place, to dry- Shake the bag every little while vigorously. Dear Mrs. Thompson: Will you please state again how to make salt beads? I saw the recipe once, but did not think I would ever want to use it until last week I saw a string of them and they were so pretty. Please tell me where to buy gilt beads to put between the salt beads? YOUR DEVOTED READER. . Salt Beads Heat very hot one enp fine table salt. Dissolve one-half cup cornstarch in one-half cup water and with this mix any coloring mat- i ter you wish. Add to the hot salt and kqead with the hands into a ' smooth dough. Wrap the dough in a damp cloth and pinch off bits to ' roll into beads. They shrink In dry ing, so make the beads a little larger' than you want them to be when dry. String beads on a fine wire or hatpin and leave several days to dry. Turn beads occasionally to prevent them sticking. To polish, rub beads with a cloth which has been dipped in sweet oil. You should be able to get gilt, glass or any kind of beads at a de partment store. j Japanese pictures, real Japanese artl- and novelties. A program was j carried out and consisted of two p'.ano j ble manners i numbers by the Misses Beulah Sewell : forth that he must learn to read and j and Gladys Hughes, a Japanese song . write, j hers of the class, the stage being deco-I Vienna. May 16. The refusal of j rated to represent a Japanese room. landlords in Vienna to rent flats to per la Japanese son? by Mis Rosabella - sons with chiidren has becomo such :'-iu-rDAi mccmr., c-r. , , .-e Sttwart and a history cf the cherry ' an obstacle to families of the wcrklr.R V? ",slo1N , ; CLASS. I fPE,ival ,vas given bv ,.ls3 lda GroEs. ' classe that they are suffering real The Mission study class of the en-, MIss stewart sang a Japanese lullaby : hardship in their quest for suitable ral Pre.-by terian chur.-h was enter-! an(1 Uosemary Huntoon impersonated ; living quarters. The condition of af amed yesterday r-.ftemoon by Mrs. C. th jap3n0Ee baby. M;3S Marie Kerr j fairs has b?en presented to the cltv Hcppe, 111., 1 ourtrenth-and-a-half j tolJ of olner fes.(ivais observed I y the ! council and a proposal made to lower ftrect. he esHon chapter in the text Japanese, the doll festival for the girls the taxes on houses whose owners """ '"e i-onservaiton or national a!1(i the kite festival for the boys. 1 would permit children to live in them. Ideals, was reviewed bv Mrs. Rav Roderick. A lunch was served before fie e'ese of the afternoon, and the to dies adjourned to meet in two weeks w!th Mrs. D. A. Joiinion. CLEARED S231.50 AT BAZAR. The committee in charge of the ba- Thc Misses Edith Hcimann and Gail Huntoon closed the program with piano selections. The company was then invited to the church dining room where tea tables were eft anJ where! cherry blossoms in sprats drcorated ' While this particular motion was s'iclve'l it i3 not improbable that Frnietb:nK may be dcv in this direc tion. Since toxes on lioute property in Vienna amount to more than 42 per crnt of the gross rentals, any reduc- musmoim THINGS WORTH KNOWING. To rrake corks impervious to water and air sea it them in olive oil for five ninutes. A crust of dry bread thrown into the pot where cabbage is cooking will Hbsorb the odor and keep it from per meating the house. The great thing for' roaches is to keep the place absolutely dry. Make paste of flour, borax and eucalyptus r.il and scatter about their haunts. They will eat it and never trouble you again. the room very prettily. The suei-ts lion would be extremely welcome. , were served with lea and they were' W'oi ker.-: living in suburbs are found to be badly crowded, as many as einlit persons toniftnnes occupying a flat j that consii-ts of one small rcom and a : kitchen. ! j Notwithstanding that the Austrian j government's tacco monopoly three years ago Increased the retail price of cigars ar.d cigarettes, the smoking hab it pppcars to Mve he:d its K'ouud. j yielding to the Mate a clear profit of i many million dollars a year. The to-,' bacco monopoly's Import for 1912, which has jtie-t been issued, chows $43,C'00.0((0 profit, an increase of about TdT1 ture and when heateivadd eggs. Ccok until eggs are of creamy consistency. pan. Serve hot on toast. , A, v , . B 3 ' Apple Salad-Pare medium sized ap-! Mln..-llb?s ofl' ,here pies and scoop out the center, making ' bS only l.lo4 000.000 dgars smoked a cup. Allow one to each portion and ! durlns lal2'T a lpoase of 8J.000.00o i .t.. , , o tuinuareu wun ine Drevintia vpflr. until . . oRty's familiar "Sower," the new stamps will have a picture of the Eiffel Tower with an aeroplane flying over it. The reason for this change is that the present stamp is very easily copied by forgers. The proposed new design is meeting with much criticism. It is said that if the government must su percede Roty's graceful figure it might be something more pleasing than the. Eiffel Tower. With the object of facilitating the task of the telegraph operators who will have to transmit large numbers of telegrams in Esperanto during the ap proaching Esperanto congress, the chief of the postal department ar ranged a course of instruction for them. His initiative, however, does not seem to have met with much ap preciation, as out of 147 employes whose names were put down on the list for the lessons only six were pres ent on the first day and and only five on the second. Tha Undiairacted Critic Last autumn, in a village inn parlor in central New England. I picked up j a work of fiction and found, carefully noted in a copper plate chirogrnphy on one of the blank fly leaves of the book, a list of the things which had. presumably, most impressed Its owner fn reading the story. The list ran as follows: "Page 114. line 3, split infinitive. 'Page 2G3. line 17. should be whom. 'Page 3:1, line 1-. Is this construc tion allowable?" n 'Great heavens:" I thought as I laid the volume reverently buck on the center table (the slipshod critic in me recognlziiig the master suirit la the unsnown commentator). "What poise, what self possession, what splendidjv insulated steadfastness of purpose! Just think of standing unstirred and undlstracted amid a spectacle of foun dering faiths and sundering systems, with a tremorless, mlcrometric and ac cusatory finger upon a split InfiniUver Life. Good Reason. "Mr idea of happiness is to see the statue of Liberty in New York harbor from the deck of a returning steamer." "And why do you think you would enjoy seeing it?" "Because I've never been abroad." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Gives Him Awty. She There Is one sure way a woman enn tell n centlemnii in a crowded street car. He What is that. She By his gerup. Baltimore American. All Argus. me news all the time The f a , ci The Marvelous Aid to Soap Carries Cleanliness Into the Home Used with Soap Vherever Soap Is Used For Ssla by All Grocers and Druggists 6393 8317 THE TABLE. Egs a la Caracas Two ounces amcked dried beef, one cup of toma toes, one-fourth cup grated cheese, a few drops of onion Juice, a tiny pinch cf cinnamon and cayenne Just HUggeFtion of each; two tablespoon- fu!s cf butter and three eggs, well keep covered with cold water ready to All this will prevent them, turning dark. Cut beets left from din ner into dice there should be one cup ful add to this any cauliflower that j may have been left from dinner, one- Rorne- Mav 16- Both religious de half cup of ground peanuts. Moisten votee8 and art lovers have learned with mayonnaise or boiled dresslne !w,th rt"Br't that the recent reports of Mil apple shells, arrange on leaves and serve. but the consumption of cigarettes reached the enormous total of 6,22;!,-000,000. lettuce'!"16 breakinK of the "Holy Grail" be yond repair at the Cathedral of Genoa Bacon Toast-Fry bacon until crisp. atIon8 of ,he accident are still lacking lay on slices of toast and cover with ;0ne expert who ascribed the breaking gry iuuue in inv sKinei alter most cf tne ancient hnln to Hfimnnu. or tne iai nas neen poured orr. jthe cathedral is popularly suspec ted of v.u ra.uf,., oi.urir.ke-i ram shielding someone who two ia iiiespoou ruis or nutter witu a THE SOFT COLORS, RUFFLES AND FRILLS OF GRANDMOTHER'S DAY ARE BEING REVIVED JVe Wash and JLaunder For many of the most par ticular people in town, accidentally broke the vessel. r eaten. Pick over the beef and chop "' F--r.t .. ...i wnue it is doubtrul that this basin fine. dd tcmatoes. cheese, onion j f,a Uht- a,d ' tbem a 1rter of a , 3 really the sacred cup around which jui' nd .pic. .Melt butter, add mix-1 rup ol cr(i" ar 'n'o creamed mi much legendary romance of knight- uuurr au-j ugjr. iM-ai lonjc nuu nam ; noou iay w as woven. It lias been ar. j before adding a c upful of flour sifted j ej.t"d as mult by a large nunilx r of twice with a teaspoonful of bakliiK ! Catholics. i'lie vessel was brought to Ge'noa in THE NEW EDISON DIA- mcfid I 're will be demonstrated at V.M.i ".A. fr.ilny. Saturday, Sun day, during lunch hours, arid fol lowing Sunday lunch. a teaspoonful of baking jpodr. Grease Hi roe J?lfy cake tins, i half fill with the bat r and bake in a quick oven. When cold remove the cakes fraia the tins spread each layer with halved istraw berries. in'i uy ugii'nii.- r.iuiirlaco, aruoug the spoils of the conquest of Caesarea. Tradition lliii tail and has since been sprinkle j followed, that in this octagonal cup, rank at the Last wlta sugar and pile on a dish. Serve lent from what appeared to be a fiaw- with an abundance of cream. Moss emerald, Cliri.-t d, The most noticeable thing In the new summer frocks is the wonderfully harmonious blending of colors; the old-fashioned, faded-looking shades are being revived and also the figured ma terials, with creamy backgrounds and quaintly designed figures. In somewhat darker shades. Ruffles are another of the pleasing revivals: they appear on the small girl's frock and on that of her older sister, and are equally charm ing for both. A pleasing dress for summer after noons Is shown in No. 8295; it is-a young girl's frock with bodice and tunic of cream-colored, embroidered batiste over a foundation skirt of plain white voile. A raglan shoulder is shown, a V-shaped opening at the throat and a three-piece skirt. Batiste Is priced according to the embroidery; a very good quality may be purchased for 75 cents a yard.- Voila averages CZ cents a yard. For a girl of eighteen. 5 yards are required for this design. Three cir cular frills form the skirt of the little dress illustrated in No. 8317 and a circular frill finishes the neck and sleeves. The design Is made up in pale-pink linen with a line of white crocheted buttons down the front; a line of white stitching Is used to finish the frills as well. . For a child of eight. 3 yards of 36-Inch material are needed for this dress. No. 8295 sizes 16, 17 and IS. No. 8317 sizes 4 to 12. Each pattern 15 cents. Free Our Spring Style Book. Fend tit 2 cents to cover actual amount of postage and we will send you free our forty-page book of spring styles, showing about 600 dealens In J-auleti' Honio Journal patterns. Send a two-cent stamp for postage. Because We are exceedingly particular that each ani every piece of work is done perfectrj. To obtain either pattern Illustrated fill oi.t tlils cuiifMin and em-lose 1 cci In etamps or coin. Ik aura to stale nuuitx r f pattern end size, measuring over tba fullest part of tbo bust. Address Tattera Dopartmcct, care cf tb:s paper. Kama . , Address Clz. f