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$'& -- ry- a, W vky-- vf p V THE SUNDAY EXAMIXETI: OGDEN. UTAH, SUXDA Y MOItYIXG, SErTEMBEIi L 10,100(5. Our Popula rAVusic MY ANGELINE SENTIMENTAL BALLAD WITH REFRAIN rom3xyjxsr'y'-..34K- aete EEE1D JJZ Z oa&rE2E&rTjua?jvBZjain:DF&oci&jxpzsstrTor Jt213Z3ZSSiSsaiS hndsote amdvral. HUH! dmmTT 1 - . MMt ia.pi. liaa, r iWta I'm 1. There to hr a . way d a AimV I ia . raw . cr all this warU wOi f hir. 'j??ri rAsi1 rTq in --y- kw I ala that bay a (aal will . al way buy girl IN v . . ft ly JWI with baaa . ty y " . ar rkMl " jssHiyss lleav. on la . gl : Thor to HOME CIRCLED Gowns of Black Material. . (town af bie-k- , especially I comblna-llo- a with while, ar becoming to almost fmjaa and. Indeed, to a yraat many air. distinction and (aurally a mart air tbat tba arerag colored yowa aaaaia ra lack. yraat la Iba fancy at praaaal fur tba blank yowa that cam aary yauay ylrla ara wearlug than la certain mate-rlal- a and ao designed that' tba affect la decidedly youthful, deapit tha lack of color. Tba allk errpaa auda altb tka akirt quit abort aqd without triwailny and the bodice la gnlmpa affect, d altb a yoke and under-'rrrr- a of lace at particularly youth-f- ul and attractlr atylo and fere a very lod model for afreet gown. Black allk and eatln material are only suitable for alder women, moat of three gowaa beluy very elaborately made and hut with lace, either black or while, embroidered or trimmed with flne'lirald-lii- a or ribbon work. The softer, more tnasparent materials, however, are worn by younger wouiea and young ylrla, ay the older matron, and for the aromaa whoae expenditure Ibr dree, hare to be carefully couelilrrad, tbeea black gown at an excellent Intent oent aa such a frock can be worn mark more frequently than one In color, braldra harlny au advautaye In not aliow-la- g well aa by anil. The eketchea allow two very goo4 aspa-rlall- y mod-rl- a tnitahle for afternoon or orenlu ear, the drat one having ahnded color-In- y Introduced nliout tbo bodlco, althouyh tbc aamo model could bo carried out tulta aa aucccmifully In all black or lu Mack and white. Tbe akirt wee ebirred tytitly around the hlia aud acroaa tha Idea and hark, and waa trimmed with Inch wide plnltlaya of the material (which the awdel was of black allk crepe), these plaltlnys rnniilny op oo cither elde front, formlny a iqinrt design, as obown In the drawni. The lower part of the skirt was trimmed by two rowa of tbo platting with a atltcbed band of crept between.. The high girdle wae of black eatln, annyly fitted to the Agar and ornamented In the middle of the bark by a acroll dcoiyn made of narrow blaa folda of tba crepe. Theta narrow fold of tbe crepe were aleo outlined with tbe embroidered placet which were let In on oich alda of tlie bodice front. Theaa little square panels were In tbe model gown of black flirt act, egtbroldered In paatcl ahedea In pale blue, lavender end pluk, very narrow curd bmld of pole violet alio being naed la carrying out the design. Tbe rounded yolk upper part waa also of tble flirt net ran la a patter with tha colored (Ilka, tbo lower cuff porllnua of the abort alecvea belij made to match. These caff portions war open up tha d outer arm end were edged with plaited lace. The edge of the yolk wae trimmed by a row of the plaited black crepe and the upper part of tbe ileevea were trimmed by three rowe of the plaiting run up la a point at tbe outer arm. The pointed vest was outlined by narrow fold! lu throe coloring a, repeating tbe ebadrs used In the embroidered net, tlw vest Itaclf being of Irish lace band to yolk depth, tbo lower part of tbo vest being III led la with plaiting of Valenciennes , lac. Tbe second drawing show a gown of e black allk muslin, trimmed with Mechlin lace insert inn, la combination with heavier lace. Tbe upper part of tbe bodice wan of heavy la re, laid over two raws of tha Uechlln Joined to of the By Dorotw Recipes for the Cooking of Meat. dj,. gether, tbeae heary lace bauds being shaped lu painted take ami act onto a rounded hand which outlined the Hatch neck. Narrow gathered lac edging outlined theaa band and flnlahed the batten edge af the arelloped yolk. Tti sleeve were quit abort, hardly reaching tbc elbow, aud wee trimmed with Inoertloa and a band of tbs, heavy lac, flnlahed on each edge with gathered frills. Tho akirt was made abort' and had a gathered fl ounce oet oa feeder a band of tha lac around tho. tourer part of tbo akirt, this lac funning panels on either aide of tho front and being formed into a design, a explained by tho sketch, lb Boast Forequarter. Only the flrat riba af tbo forequarter ara suitable far roasting. Bsmav tba eye" af tea dor mast, flaps rata tba outside layer of fat from tbo atrip af tough loan awl nnder-aoatand tie the fat about tbo ryt securely, poncing tho cord around several aa a rolled roast Hama. Cork and set Pass tho tragb meat through a chopper several times, season and ahapa Into Tenderloin Cutlets fleaaaw tha chopped meat with salt, two or throe drop of aaueo, onion Jqlc and a lltti sauce. Form Into cutlet aha pea about tbrao-fourtqf an Inch thick ; rgg-an- d breadcrumb and fry la deep fat about flea minute; set the fat la a cooler placa after tha cutlets ara Immersed, to add coloring too brown before tbo meat la eookad. Berra around a support, or a ouels of rlc or hominy. Burrouad with flv DOUOTHY HAMS. Bee at knows to lie excellent wether prophets .Thera la - a. common aaylng that 'k be waa never cogM la a aboarar.H When tain Is coming Ime do not go far ahead, but buss about cIom to their hive. alloc of petals cut lattice or atbar fash- ion, and fried hi deep fat. cream-colore- cream-colore- d Inch-wid- Some Useful Suggestions. At this aeasna of thaler ana's elothev are apt to ohow dlatlnrt olyus of the wear and tear' of tba season, and capaelally la tbla tha rate when on baa spent tba summer traveling about ur at any of tbo manner resorts Tba aeashora, as I wall knowu, to particularly bard oo ouoo frocks bnta, ejc., and boa may often ba disheartened oa looking ovor one1 bo draggled wardrobe which sarh a abort time befort had been ao fresh and spot- Much aa ha douh, however, with a little tnralile and effort If one baa economical tendencies and although It la wiser to go tp tbo expenov of haring the liner silk and cloth gowua aid street aulta seat to a professional eleaaet, moat rff tho this frocks lingerie and llk blouses and many minor articles' la tho way of little shout-lia- r wraps scarfs and . aa oa,. caa vary readily ba .cleaned at home. Whenever tha articles' tb ba cleaned hr of tbo va. water,' riety which will atand'ioap-'audby all mean une tbla treatment.' ns really no c leasing mixture ever nynoves soil qulto ao perfectly, ga plgla- white soap and warm water. A groat 'many people allk cam to think thnt' muslins and inch fabrics would bo ruined by being washed, bat tbtk la Mot 'the caas although, of court, It la hardly advisable to trust inch delicate frocks' to tho average laundress Organdies colored French moallna and each materials always hava a crltp stiffness when new, ao If It I necessary to chan oae.of thaw Ana frock waah It carefully In Warm water aad some simple white soap which will not affect tha color, and then, when partially Ary, although still quits damp, march with gum arable water. Tha gam arable can tic purchased at any drag otora for a few cants- - tho lumps being anally dissolved by allowing them to stand la a mill boot af warm water far half hoar or as White silk' crepe and wait and colorod India allk btoeaon aaa also be walked I tbla way, although, of course, they caa-nbe starched, but unless sack garments are very mack soiled tbagaaollo method of cleaning siakes tba: material look . ot newer. To remora grease span from any allk or cloth fabrie tha fulldtolng preparation will ba. fonad excellent, .are made up a mixture of one plat of deodorised dram each of chloroform and alcoiio! and a few drops of co logos applying to tbs garment with a place of allk. . . The follewtrg suggestleot for cleaulog virions articles, may alee prove helpful: Ta clean leather bag or pockktbooks peel aad cat a banana and with the cat portion rub tbc leather all ever, Finally go over tha article with a clean ipsnge dipped lu ueot'a-foo- t, letting tbla soak in far throe with a .or four hours before polishing ?' Aaiflola skin, - ; Feather hat p topics aad feather noai irqy he a allied iM dona up with wonderfully good result if the. work la properly bea-diii- c. one-ha- lf -- ' w ByBrnt. tti any shade caa b bought for 10 rentx It la usually more satisfactory to Brit mix tho paint with water ou a small eiilaa saucer, tinting each pet til of tbo flower separately with a small cainel'a-bal- r BEATRICE CARET. brush. To wash a feather lioa flrat prepare a aaap lather la warm water, placing the Ima In this and washing It ljr rijuprclng between the bands until It la'qulte clean; then rinse It well In one or two bowls of clrnr lukewarm water. When tbla Is dona sqnecse tho wstrr out nf the feather and roll In a cloth, which will abaorb tbc moisture: then taka hold of tba boa by tha anils aad twist curb In tba opposite direction, thus giving the natural twist to the bos Fallen piece of tape to aarh and and tie these to a Hdo to preThe third sketch shows fe corner of vent tho twist from becoming undone; hake the boa to separate tlie frond aad moot attractive nursery where th furleave It uutll dry. The drying process nishings were decidedly origtual a wall should bo dons Id a warm place, aud aa very practical, Tha room was small when tha fronds hove become fluffy It In on, arid at It waa well lighted and got ready for curling. of sun. Tho walla were done la bins plenty boa a or hat tone, tha apper part of tha walla beTo curl either a feather la used, although plume tha same method In a light wedgewood bln and the la cnrllng a plume the eiyle of curling la ing tower part In a very much darker shuts often different, ae the frond ara usually nf tha aam color. .All arrand tbc room turned toward tho under item. In walk- was a ballt-l- n bookshelf af whits enameled the cleaning must bo doaa wood, below tbo shelf bring colored picing plume more by shaking and drawing tho feathers tures of iulfOrm elte, framed la narrow between tha Angara and thumb Id the blaek wood, forming a continuous panel. Is also greatly rap lather. Tbe feather which wag, of eraree, enameled Th door, Improved Id iipe ranee if, after riaslng. whit to match tha woodwork of th It I dipped Into fairly thick had picture panels framed la ear-raroom, starch and pressed between tba folds of white molding, get In, and Just above mnst than ba a towel. The feather door framo was hung a long narrow shaken In front of a Are, and as It dries tbo a row of quaint children tho starch falls rat la a Bus powder, and picture shewing at tba aam time sepsis tr tha little figure.windows were s Tba bang with sash libera, making tha feather very flaffy In of white ruffled Swiss, which could appears dc. floor Id cnrllng feather a blunt knlf Is paid, bo sully laundered, and the polished la shade of bine, and If tba hair Is kept slightly warm tht waa covered with a rng gram and white. Th chairs war mostworfe .la mot easily dun without break ly of wood or green wicker, with one or Ing tba fronds. Quick workers often prefer to dm two knives. oo that tho blade of two armchair covered In flowered ehlata. BEATRICE CARET. one caa bo placed In a dish of hot water wblla the other ia bring used, thus enabling oa always to hava a warm knife with which to work. Two or three fronds can ha earled at ora, gripping them bet wen tho knlfo aud On af th most wonderful forest tree tha thumb and pulling tha knife flrmly of th world to tba cannibal tree of np a gal net tba fronds, turning tha half Anitralia. which grow np In th ehip of ao as ta form a cure. This mast ba done a hnge pineapple and seldom attains a cry carefully, as rough treatment or tha height of mat than 11 It has a will break the knife nse.of too sharp erics af broad boatdllka leaves growing fronds and spoil the appearance af tba la a f rings at tba apes, which reminds feather. a of tba gigantic Centre American One or two other Biggest Inns tbat occur gave, tries standing erect these broad to mo ao to the car of clothing ara ao Icavra hkla a eo arrangefollows: Ink spots caa bo removed from ment. which appear ta perform the aaaia whit materials without the slightest functions aa those la tha plstlla of the Injury to tbo fabric by summing tbo flowers. Netorelly, the hwrdllka leave, which at from 10 fo IS feet long la th pot several times with peroxide of hydrogen and exposing to the win. Boiled spots smaller specimens and from IS to 20 feet I ra dainty good caa as sally th larger, bang to tba ground, and he removed by tubbing megneria ra both ara strong eaoiigb t bear a mao's weight. rides of th materiel, allowing tba powder In rid aboriginal times tbo natives worto remain overnight or fur several feoana shiped the cannlll tree under th naam chief part of th before brushing it oat. Flu bat flowers devil tree,"-tbof th that hare berumo faded and color lea by eeremopy consisting of driving ono of exposure to the sun can be auida.to look thrir am her ap tha Iraraa of tho tree Ilka new by retinting with water color, to tho apex. Tba Instant tha victim which area If one baa so afclll os au would touch tho sore I led pistils tho LveiL Instantly closed together, oqaeva artist- will ha found easy to- apply. A small tab ar cake uf tba print la almost I tflo dona. An Attractive Muttra Chapa, Broiled. kluttra chops should ho cut at least aa laeb thick. Wipe tba chop vary carefully to remora bite of crashed bona, aad broil la tha same aiaanar aa haafateuk, about sight mlnatno. When dram spread with butter gad sprinkle with salt aad pepper. Drees la a circle, ona overlapping another, with potato holla, atraars, elilpe or green pass or string henna la tho center of tbo disk. Or arrange tbo chop a round a mound of mashed potato or chopped spinach. ' Mutton Chops In Casserole. For tbla dish rig or eight rhopa tram tho fora-quartmay ba Bead. Paula la butter or dripping until lightly browned, flrat oa ran aide and then oa tha otliar. pat thorn lain tha casaerula ra a bod of ragetabtow aa onion, oa small carrot and a turnip cut lata small pieces and saute to a gnldea brow ; add broth ar watar fast to teach tha chops and also a Uttla aalti rover tightly and let cook until tender. About two boors will raffle. A few mushroom nr an nddlthio. Barra from tba casserole. Veal Cntlete. Cut a si Ire from th leg or fillet of veal, freed of boo, akin and fat. Into pieces for serving s flatten them with a wet hat aad dredge with salt, pepper and flour; aouto to golden brown la baron or rail pork fat, then remora from tho pan and add tw tablnpoonful of flour ; atlr and cook until brown, tboa add a rap and a half of broth ar watar; lot It boll, then add th fntlets. eorar and let It simmer for Ihrw-qnarterof aa hoar, or antll. tbo eatlrta an tendra. If pretho cutlet tn-:iferred, egg of dredging them with flour. llmiled Tripe. Hlmmer a pound of pickled trip (tbo honey oomb trips to tho best) about half aa hour, or antll trader, lu auffldrat milk aud wulcr to covor. By Sara Cranford. Praln, srlpa dry and rat lato plaeea far serving, lilp nch piece in melted butter or oil, seeran with wit and peppor and boll over a dear Are antll wall colored. Berva with tomato or Tartai aaura, HI earned Fowl on a Mound of Rico. Truss g fowl for boiling; rub with tho cut of rail Ido of a lomon and lay aa rile pork or bares and steam wRh aa oatoa and two or thrro stalk of ralary antll trader threa hours ur longer. litre ready a monad of boiled lira see sound with butter and salt; dispose th fowl upas this. Arrange mushrooms, cooked In tha naual manner, agalaat th rice. Berra with tha eblekaa llqaor drained, thickened with a sou aad rarlrhad with two egg yolks beaten with half a rap BARA CRANFORD. JEIXT. TOMATO Tomato Jelly. On small caa of tomatoes, twa doves, ra bay leaf, tre spooa each of salt and paprira aad a ptach of aagar. Bod about 10 talantaa, and then wblla ctlll hat add oochatf g a boa of gelation dissolved In enp of cold water, Frar la a mold aad allow to here mo sot la a eool placOL Borre with rabid, tho let tare aad ralory salads and vegetable caa-hal- anc-hal- f dally aull able. Cold with French dressing, with a lift I monad of tho Jolly, la very good, aad asparagus tips and tomato With Jelly to also a good combination. cotory or apple and nut aalad tha oalo dressing to baat, and wati cucumbers and tomato Jolly to a loo delb elnux. aorred with Quartered tomato ericry and mnyraaalaa with tho Jolly to another good mixture. dreaoad cold-wat- cur-tain- The Cannibal Tree. fL done-lookin- g light-color- a - . t v - - vr m t , .'vb f - - m - . V .