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THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE FRTDAY MORNING. MAT 11, 1804.
A VISTA OF FASHION.
FEATURES OF NEW YORK, PARIS AND
The Vary Latest Dnns Skirts Bemarkable
Comblnatlnnii of Colors Two yuito Now
Sleeves Fashionable Mntirlnlsanil Trim
mlng For Dresses.
As to tho question of dress skirts, these
Bro wide, ofpeeiiilly labout tho foot, but
women do not appear liko hourglasses,
as they did lost yi'i'ir, beOBHSG tho ma
terials of which gownsaro eomposcd fall
from tho waist downr:Tl in soft, reg
nlar folds, which it is 0110 of tho most
Constant efforts of tho dressmakers to
maintain in their original purity of out
lino. Last year's skirts can bo rear
raugod.fo'r much additional fullness'may
bo obtained by an added pieco at tho
hem, cut on tho round. Indeed this ad
dition in contrasting material will bo
introduced on many of tho somen's
gowns. It is more than doubtful that
either double skirts, draped skirts or
JJanniers will establish tliemsolves hero.
We have had theso In t.mes of yore, but
tho widening skirts, cut on tho present
principles, wo have not had before.
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nrxNcii evexisq Duns,
hashes, ribbons and colon 1 collar hands,
quite distinct from tho rest of the dress,
are features in fashion Sleeves are
larger thin last season.
Th colors aro wonderful in their emu
binatiotis. liuk and green, violet ami
bright ccrisn appviir on the largo bon
nets. Velvet skirts, with silk blouse?
and well cut bodice in runtTasf. or
woni in Paris, si) wo shall follow th
lead without doubt. Largo tsiwa on tin
bust an a favorite stylo of trimming 00
morning gowns for dressy ooiu.-iuiii and
for tho evening. Much blaok plaited
lisvti is t-mpl. e. i I over colored matt rials,
and as a hooding to lisce and Jet trim
ming. Tlie f:ishionable tone of lnv i
Two kinds of aleatH an entirely h' W
an evening one, with a brand band ol
Jet at tho top at li'.ast tow inches deep, n
that the niii'Ssury slope on tie shoiildei
is malntainad, and to that four or tiv
plaited black Usee frilhi ate sewed. A
day sleeve has a balloi'iilike p i:! I -1. ,w
the shoulder of gi:uitic pfl pottiana,
twice as large as those worn lat year.
The ingredients for fashionable ,ir. -are
cloth, watered silk, jet and en am
colored lace. Within reason you may
mix them how you will, ami m hm as
y -i uianago U cniiibino nil these yon
will sei'ure a costume which may 1
written down as the "latest." In truth,
tlie popularity of watered silk is little
less than alarming. Ther" is n t ndres
or ooj-tume that ht-ars not its intluenee
npon it. Many twvd iln-sses are f iie i
fully trimmed with bands of watered
riblsin and cravats of watered silk
edited with lace.
The simple cloth and tweed dress re-
appean in all ita priatiMalaganoB, The
new covert caring- are to U'si eii in
A NT.W MM SKIRT.
every conceivable lhade of tans as well
as in grays. It isafai t that the outdoor
coat is to bo slerrt. tho bitsqno to be
more moderate than it was last year, and
tlio sleeves, although scucely leal full,
Will be Icsi aggressive In the way they
Bet. The shorter basque i d not bring
extravaganro in its tmin, for tleise who
last year possessed three quarter coats
can easily cut them and make them do
duty this season.
Without doubt wo nro Indebted great
ly to Franco for many notions and many
novelties in dross. Numliered with these,
is an evening toilet of gold bonded mt
over white satin foundation, edged at
the foot with a thick ruche. The full
berthiis in breton laoo; shoulder Imws
in white satin to agree with the BBlh,
from which ("scapes a shower of jieiirls;
yellow rose at the left side of the low
bodice; black wings In the hair.
A new dross skirt, with a panel front
and simnlatiiiR a double skirt, is suited
to tweeds and lightweight oloths. The
opper skirt is laid with tho front odgo
on tho selvage, and a tracing is marked
whoro it should bo cut away to show
the opening. This pattern can also bo
made without tho panel when the flat
pattoni is laid on a leugthwiso fold of
tho materia, so as to have no sown hi
Afraid of Urajr lloraes.
An old farmer In Massachusetts didn't
allow the jrrlef over t he loss of till wife to
mask his superstitiou. Ho was about to
enter a back at the funeral when his eyes
rested for a moment on the horses a pair
of grays. "Not by a long slghtl" he yelled.
"I won't ride nfter a hearse behind no
white horses." The undertaker and the
Other members of the party endeavored to
induce the man to nter the vehicle, but
he absolutely refused, saying: "I'll be the
next of tbe family to die if I do, and I ain't
taking any chances." Finally another
pair of horses was sent for, and then the'
farmer clambered in and the procession
Started. Philadelphia Ledger.
Some of the Dainty Items That Make Tp
an Infauttle Outfit.
At tho present day tho fancy in lay
ettes is more lranrious than ever before
No fabrio Renins too fine or modo too
elaborato for tho raiment and belongings
A unique creation, especially designed
for tho baby's comfort and described and
illustrated in The Aoidan Days, is the
portable arm nest, within which the in-
TIIF. FORTABLI A KM NEST,
fant monarch is snuggled when he is to
make a trip to the drawing room for the
edification of admiring friends. This
downy Uost is just tho snuggest way
of carrying bally about through draft y
balk A very pretty sample of the "baby
exhibitor," as it is termed, Waa made up
in whito cashmere. Ti;e upper part was
a semicircular pillow, and to this was
attached a cashmere pad, wadded and
lined with eiderdown flannel. Secured
to tho pad and open half way down was
a coverlet of cashmere, tufted with palo
blue ribbons, and having at the top a
border of the goods turned down, bound
with rosy hued ribbon, and embroidered
with n drift of blooms, the natal (lowers
of the ratal Adam tacked beneath it.
Upon the half circle of a pillow thelsMM
blossom design was displayed. AUaliout
tho edges of tic pad and pillow was a
frill of weblike laoe, and a raffle of tho
same finished the turned" down border of
the coverlet. A couple of bows dotting
tho snowy cashmere background of the
Spread and pink buttons fastening it
down on either side When it was un
stitched completed this novel and at
tractive addition to baby's belongings.
Baskets rigged rat in sheer mull,
glossy satin, gay ribbons and lino laces
are furnished with everything new and
lovely in toilet articles, The willow
hamper, with Its substantial nnggi ty
for tne infantile WWdfobl and top tray
for odds and ends, is a sensible affair. In
tho tipper compartment some very
nniqne notions are to be found if the
hamper has been fitted rat in correct
furm. There lathe miniature brush imd
comb. Accompanying these are powder
Ihix and puff, sponges, cushions ol fancy
pins and so on.
The bath blanket of flannel a strip
ntout 40 inches long and 1 1 inches wide.
Is a practical aid in giwng thfl child its
all over Trashing Tlie edges are loal-
loped mid pinked or worked In button
hole stitch. When laid across tho lap el
the nurse, it absorbs water readily and
prof. Od the little body from chill aft. t
leaving the bath.
Hint-, iiti II.lMhk I'Iimw
In baking all piis When the OCOtentS
j an- apt to snk Into the imdsrcrast, like
a lemon, ensfard or pumpkin pie, it is
better to pal an the lower ci oat tlrt and
b:lke it half done and then a, Id the OnS
tard or other - fl tilling. Itnt that the
pie crust will raise in groat waves and
1 h ave 7in shell is an objection otTt red t.
this plan. That is true if the pastry it
I put on as it usually is. The pie plaU-,
which should ! a tin one, is first lined
j with the pie cras& and the anas, is p
peatedly iirtckn! to prevent its pufllng.
Then it is bruslusl over with the whiti
of an egg.
nr n to larva bassk st. :tk.
Cut some nice steaks from a loin ot
lamb. Dip them into the Will beaten
yolk of an egg and season them with a
sprig of parsley, minced fine, the grated
peel of half a lemon and a little salt,
pepper and nutmeg. Fry the caks a
nice light brown In hot butter. Thicken
a large cupful of rich gravy with abottl
an MUMS of butter, rolled in flour. Add
I daw ttwuunfuhi of wine and a dom
oysters, Let the gTavy liil up. put in
t lie steaks and let tin in get thoroughly
hot and serve.
xii nif i naaa Paplls OagM in Dst
Always ci ,i ii t aloud on a new piece
ami on the hard places until they are
Always play your lesson over as soon
as srible after leaving your teachi r.
calling to mind all of his suggestions
and dim tions.
AlWWje do your practice first and the
common thmgs that you would like to
Always (eel the rhythm ns well as
Always And the plir:ise endings and
play oonnededly within the phraea
Always crescendo us y,n play b ward
the climax of a phrase,
Always make evident tho climax of a
phrase by a sufficient accent
Always mnke the rhythm apparent by
Always find ont and mal e iiianifit
the contents of even- passage.
Always practice :tt regular hours and
allow nothing to prevent yon but sick
ness and ubs) nee.
Always insist upon having your piano
kept in good tune and order.
Always have your music room suffi
Always have your lessons well learned,
and you will liko to meet your teacher
at the lesson hour.
Always play when asked and do it
Always have some of your belt pieces
Veil in hand, so yn can do yourself
and teacher full justice when asked to
Always liavo a good light on your
music page when reading music.
Always play accurately, and yonr ad
vancement will be rapid imd correct
Always remember that poor practice
cheats yourself mid not your teacher.
Always conquer some difficult passago
at each practice period.
The licit Kind of a Shoe.
The nvcrngo person shows less common
SSnsi in the purchase ot shoes than in that
of any other article of his outfit. He Is
quito likely to be guided bythc shopkeeper
as to the style and shape of what be buys.
The mass of shoes made for general wear
are made with the soft side of the leather
turned out. This renders them easier to
wet.. A soft calfikin shoe, made with the
outside of the skin on tho outside of tho
shoe Is almost impervious to moisture and
protects the foot from dampness as much
as does India rubber, without any of the in
jurious effects of that material. .New York
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cause of all of them.
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1S7 Feuu Arenuo.
contains four incomparable paintings by the world-famous
Medairy, which surpass all of his previous efforts for faithful
ness to nature ami unparalleled beauty.
They comprise every phase of Nature's changes, as de
lineated in the four seasons, and will prove a revelation to
most persons, of her peculiar moods. Lowell has well said:
"Our seasons have no fixed returns;
Without our will they come and go;
At noon our sudden summer burns.
Ere sunset all is snow.''
The Ottman Lithographing Company in reproducing these
paintings from the originals, has achieved a marked success,
and produced four pictures that will easily hold first place in
either home or studio, not only lor their artistic merit, but as
line examples of the work of this renowned artist
This delightful picture k one of Medairy's four water colors, "The Seasons," whic
arc all found in portfolio No 2 of this Series.
"Spring" is a bright-colored work of singular merit. The drooping apple trees,
burdened with their pink and white bloom, contrast effectively with the rich green back
ground of trees and the llag-f ringed pool in front.
The light and shades are superlative, and the whole effect is wondrously pleasing
as a picture, or when critically considered as a study.
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