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TIIK SrNDAY T.N A IID: nC.DKN, ?.b SlNl'W VTA1I, i. 'uvi.ir.i:i; MuliNINi':, w uMiwjwmamowranwwe ir- - ciaHoa Our Popula rAusic IMETYDUm'DREAMS bY & WCED3 AND MUSIC EICHMCMD r 11 f zt;knr le ylud. But though the Irirdhniite on - ty 1 hold your dear heart pima'd lo And when HCTYT-ssss- Ss J DENTON Published by Blocks and Denton NewYcex COPYEIGHTED BYE lillod. Tempo -- t V -- M 0 " tip j T - 1 1 j I hr by a Oft through im jfe on sea, sight bav a Sun-a- I pondrted m no suet - Iron. And ol roar t t t j--, if night, a - lour. jS te For king, true, Dow rzzz&Mrnmrm ail Uriah I t r 0 i! - J I In Mix di Valw r l.y in my yean. mil knuaii me ve ry (Vwa iu your eyeiiott aud I m X loc a - go. fur me few days that life boM Bat Bo be- L--. - -- r f - -- r tt tt t Jun a oa - ly mrl read the one f. :f: " ;I TT f - e.f l-- it 1- - -- j. JltJ - IT- - . Pf-ii M-C-x- ?: i3 alJ U-- r imM -- gffejgrfe ' Two m-- m strutTd aid 00014 idwThiv ,r y 4L,43 by ow aide 3tifa Arft-l- y he whia-per- Thea in aty aluai ed tm -- Yeatv, you -- - i - iiua to bei. And hiked her if o deal , Yarn sweet face would shell be come back a his bri to aie 1 V know why J g I teem to know yon At though fJjrr. If mmmi u -- A knf VJ H ll romfurtililr I no. garment that aiay he illiird on wbeu lounging about one's room really a necessity, and although the 'wrapper balilt" ahould Barer ba acquired. there are tliaea when a pretty hrralfast jacket or robe will be found a treat coureuleiiee. lfauy women make the kimono serve all these purposes, hut one of these shape leal gar-aiela hardly pemilaslble out of one's owd room, while a d wrapper or Jacket can. on occasions, be preaaed Into aerrlee for receiving Informal visits and the like. Some of the negligee are really very beaatlful when made of wllk creie, soft meaaallne or aueh materials, but for ordlnury wear the Hue woolen materials, eurh as eaxh-erLansdowno, voile, French chillis rre very much liked, ae are China allk. lamai-and other wash silks Foulard alao maki-up very well, as do many of the novel i y ilik and wool materials. Light eo'ora are uaually selected, but several rirrilent modela wbleh 1 recently saw were made of dark material with rvrnof-ahl- e yokes and under eleeree of lace. One 'irh lioiiie gown which was designed for an "Wer matron was of black allk, which was lltted la with tucks at the back and M'a and allowed to fall la front. The allk was cat la V straight shape around Berk, so that a yoke of taco o It irrnu Li - Ifi, IH A -- Mf - id known run heart, and rtl eauoi I I tel yon. - I met yon la foe hffej Hll Boudoir Gowns and Breakfast Jackets. A - go, a jry t :i loecV CHORl'S itu yria 1 and embroidery could be slipped la, and the sleeves were made Jsat to torn the elbow, long rnlTs of lace being tacked luslde. Another gown somewhat on this order la Illustrated among the rata la the standing flgnre. This model was In dark blur foulard with a tluy white flgnre. It was made with three box plaits oa each aide of the front, three plaits being stitched In to well below the waist line. The middle of the berk was aim laid la bos plalta, which extended fast te tbs waist. Extra folds simulating box plalta wore, aet on acroee the shoulder, the pieces being ronnded on the ends and fastened with button! covered with plain bine satin. Heavy allover lace edged with Insertion to Dutch formed the yoke la front, and there was alio a standing collar of the tare about whlrh was knotted a tie of dark blue aatla, the ends of which were slipped through the pointed suctions whlrh formed the yoke. The gown fastened Invisibly down tho middle of the front. The sleeve were loose puffa to the elbow, flnlshrd with banfa of the allk, frllla of lare aod batten. Long alcevea could be substituted If desired, having the fulness of the sleeve tucked Juet below the elbow end the bead trimming pat on to form a deep enff. A abort Jacket la Illustrated In the other drawing, tho modal being la plak China householder whose IhiI rooms are few, ae this divan makes an exeellent and moat comfortable for a rhaaro gnret. It waa made by purrhaelng a spring and hair mattress of the alse which romea for single Iron or hrasa beds. The spring was then set oa solidly built woodra boxes, which may lie bought for a few rents at any targe department store. A rretonne, denim or tapestry slip waa then made to lit tha nialtreaa, the rovtr having a bos platted flounce, which fell to the floor. la tha room akrtrhed tho dlvaa waa covered In plain green veil on and wool tapestry and for daytime nae was heaped with allk and Hum rovrred cushions la harmonising color. The lower part uf tha wall to a height of about flve fret from the flour was hung with green Japanese grass cloth, the upper rt of the wall being hang with a warm, light yellowish tin, which formed ah excellent background for the numerous photographs, prints and etchings which adorned the walls. A narrow sbrlf was used arroaa the wall slum on the other side 14 the window frojn the rorner uLctched, the rest of the wall spare not occupied hy the doorways bring taken np hy a dressing tabls and mirror end bookshelf which was built the Mine bright as tbs other By Dorothy Dale lx-- Ilk trimmed with lace a ad black velvet rllibou. Allover taro was need to ml tho little Jarket section, the tare bring along tho frout edges and arroaa the tops of 'the sleeves with a frill of narrow vilenrlennea. There-waa small pointed yoke of taro In frout, the allk Ix'lng cut to fasten over at the side of the front Tue velvet rllilion was knotted Into loops aud end on each side of the front aud a bow of the velvet waa atao need oa each sleeve. Many of tbeee Jackets are arranged ao that they can be tied In alxmt the waist la which ease the Jacket le rut longer, to eat rod down several Inches below the hip. One very good style mg, whlrh was girdled In about tbo waist with soft ribbon, waa cat III long points on each aide of Ibe frout, tho length of the Jarket being mark lee across the ildea and bark. This model was made of allover tare over a lining of pale bine Chine allk, the ribbon girdle being clasped In front under ornaments of pale blue enamel and rhinestones. DUHOTUY DALE. tu s Decorative Value tlie SLelf. of BEATRICE shelves. CABEY. The email Illustration shows what an excellent effect ran be gained by the nae of narrow woodra shelves when well plaeed oa tho walla of a living rorm. sitOf. course, such ting room or bedroom. a wall treatment would not be oo appropriate so the walls of a very handsome or formal room, bnt when the surrounding are la keeping tha addition ef shelves, set srroes a length of wall apart or around a corner often add mark to the easiness of the room. A shelf of this sort looks especially well la a small room where there lo no mantlrplere, which wee the case la tha room shown In the drawing. This room, which was one of tbo bedrooms In a small apartment, had to do duty both as sitting-rooand bedroom In fact, tho dlvaa shown la the drawing was really the owner's bed. A description of this dives may offer A useful suggestion to tho ' butter until melted. of tnait. Berra with squares OYSTER BOL'P. Take 12 oyster end strain them. Add ooe pint of milk to their llqnor and put on tho Arc with salt When It bolls add tbs oysand pepper. ters and bring It once more to the boiling point. Btlr la nntll melted a piece of batter the slxe of so egg aud sorro with oyster trackers. CREAM OF CELERY. Boll celery na-ttender, then drain It Chop It and rub It through a puree sieve. To two capfuls of vegetable pulp add a quart of quart of milk, or half soup stock oc Rub together a stork and half milk. talncapooaful of butter and two of flour. Put this Into tbo soup on the firs aod atlr all together nntll lb soup I a little thickened. Hearns It with pepper and rail and add a half or a whole ropful of cream. Beet It well with an egg whip and aerrs at wire. If the soup in loo thick dilute It It should with a little stork or milk. have the consistency of create ll of Floor There art two way of deallug with a modern floor- - that Is, to partially eovvr II with rugs placed over a hardwood background. or else to completely cover It with aoine aurt uf rarpet or aulistltut. Hug are. uf course, more lo keeping wllk tha new Ideas la bout furulabluga, but still show many very biudaouir bouse the floors covered all over with carpet, eaperliilly la a cliy bnuxe, where the rooms are long and narrow. Ruga are also manufactured to order to rover the entire floor. III ling It Into every corner and window, hlrb Is a plan sometimes followed when tile room Is unusually targe. Of rourae, aiich a mg would lie quits caiHuisIva, and though tha effect of lucb a rug. when the coloring Is artistic, Is very haiidianuc, a polished wood floor furulxhed with oriental mga of vsrioua aloes Is generally preferred. In most houiys built at tha present time, even when tlie question ef eiiieusr I carefully considered, It la becoming tbs usual thing to make an allowaura iiffli'lrnt to rarer the laying of hardwood floors. North Timllna pine la tbs cheapest wood aai-- for this purpose, and Georgia pine comes next la cost. If a targe rug Is to be mrd In the crnler of the floor only the border need be flnkdied with shellac or wax. A to the hallway and at Ira a long, narrow rug can be used In tlie from ball, with smaller rugs or a long liall runner toward lbs bark of ths bouse, tlie atalra usually bring left In the Imre wood. Many peopta, however, object lo the mHsa In passing up and down stairs, in whlrh esse a stair rsrpri as nearly may bs used, corresponding ths lint'MEIIOLD HINTS. stroyed. Windows and mirror ran he cleaned mors readily If a little ammonia la added to tlie warm water In blrii they nro washed. Ammonia la also effective for braaa. nickel and steel. Season CHICKEN CONSOMME -- Place a fowl In a soup pot with four quarts of cold water and let It come r'owly to the boiling point, thm draw It to the aide ef the range and let It simmer fur ffre or to boll the ala hours. If It to iil'-wr- l soup will he cknidHl by Ilnur extracted e removfrom the bonce. An hour of relt-ry- , ing' it add aa onion, a a tahlespoooful of salt Mid six peppercorn. Ktraln It through a doth, and when cold remove tlie grraaoL Heat It again before serving IL OYBTEIl BIKQCE Quickly beet one quart 4 oysters la their owa liquor te the boiling point, drain and strain the llqnor; saute la three tablewpnonfuta of f butter without tirowniug of aa onion cat Hoc. add tnepoonfal of paprika, one teaapoonful of Mlt, and. If desired, ooe traepoonful of carry powder, nod also thret tablenpoonfuis of when frothy dilute with tbn oyster liquor end let simmer JO mlontea, then Ionnd the keep hot over hot eater. oysters, then psss them through tbs steve In and rebut the sauce. puree When reedy to serve d:lu:e to the conmilk or ergsm sistency requlnd with bt aod pass through a sieve. CREAM OF CHICKEN. Cut an old chicken Into quarters and pat It Into a a oup kettle with half of corned him and an onion; add three quins uf cold water. to a gentle Bring slowly WHI and keep it so mi'll the liquid has diminished Ilia and meat drops one-tal- oue-ha.- f corn-Marc- ooe-tide- d double-fare- Hnit.-- eng have muck to rrrauimend them and many of tho Indian and Mexican mg may hs had at very moderate prior. When making ruga from carpet the usual plan Is to surround a square or oblong router with a border, but In some rases when the carpet baa s small patterns no border at all ta used. Ilia edges of tbs rarpet bring flnlshrd with a narrow binding of tbo material. For tho dining room floor n llil k pile carpet should Im selected, ode reason being that n soft, thick rarpet deadens the noise 4 the waitresses' footsteps, aud for such a rug Wilton will b found very satisfactory, unless una can afford a real Turkish rarpet. For bedrooms a large rug can bs card. common sulphate of Iron be dissolved In Ibe proportion 4 one pound lo four gallons of water and poured over the line three or four Hues any greasy nr offensive .suiril will b completely de- Winter Coverings. ns pusallita to ths color and design with the rugs used lu the lower ball. As a rule dark, rich colors look beat In faallnaya. aud If lbs oriental red a, blues and greens In rirnilMuatluH arc need they ill Im found to Im an. excellent foundation upon whlrh to build any rotor scheme, firieulul ruga, however, are too rxpenalvo to be within tli reach of the average householder, nod If the rest 4 ths real linisirted rugs Is loo groat very exeellent luiltaikmn ran Im found among tlie domestic weavings. If tho wearing quality ta to be r It Icily considered there Is no lietlcr carpet mads tha a body lirnssels. Ills yam of which at all sepaWilton ta Tha aaed. rately dyed. carpet however, for most of tho Imitations of oriental rugs, many of these Wilton rngn being exact copies of tbo oriental, tbs colorings bring extremely clever. For living room aud such spsiimcrtn If Soups for tlie Pl'BEE OF WHITE BEANS. Pick and wash a half pint of dried white brana and put them into a aaurepaa with two quirts of cold water. Bet on a alow Are and let tbem cook two hour from the time the water begin to boll Pot In three leeks, ent liito very email pieces, and Mlt and pepper. Cook slowly foe one hour hwgr and prose through the colander. Return te the aeurrpaa end bring to the boiling point, lake off the Are end atlr ha four talilrspunnfuls of The Question By Sara Cranford a rapfrom the bones; thea add ful of rice. Besana with one fourth a and a Ininch of teaapoonful of prppi-chopped parsley. Cook slowly autll the rice ta tender; then the meat should Im taken oat. Btlr In two cupful of tirh milk, thickened with s little flour. OXTAIL BUL'I. Out on oxtail Into Joint and fry brown In awert driving. Hllco thro onions and two carrots and fry In tbs tunic dripping, when the has been taken nuL Tie them with thyme and parsley lu a ehreuerlnth bag and drop Into soup pot containing four quarts of water. Pot In the oxtail and one pound of lieef rat Into tins strlim; Grate over 1st simmer several hoar. thta two rarrota, with a half traspoonfui of pepper and a level one of salt; add a little celery seed If yau have It; strain and thicken with browned flour. Dull IS mlnntea more. TOMATO UISiyirE -- Put half a can of tomatoes In s soup pot. add a half cupful of water and a s'lre of onion. Let simmer slowly for IS jinnte. I'reaa tbroanb a colander, return to pot; add a pinch of Inking soda. Have a pint of milk (or a little nioro. If dralredi at Scalding print; pour slowly Into tbs tomato, stirring briskly: add pepper and Hit to taste, a teasponnfnl of batter and almmer for t a little well. tiol led rice. tbroo or four minutes. Do not let It bolt Serve In a but tureen. The rice makes tb soup Jut thick enough. Add the croutons tbo lost thing. ooe-lial- f r ox-ta- ll j By Beatnce Carey r small rags ran be dtapaard over a pul lulled wooden floor or oat covered with matting or rarpet tiling. For rooms that nr not constantly aaed the Juts and rutlon ruga are vary pretty, aud ran be found In almost nay coloring, la selecting the coloring for carpet and ruga It must ba borne In mind that ths flour la almost Invariably tha baata IN tbs color scheme of the room and tho general points of tho solar t rest meat of the walla of ths room ahould bo expressed la perfect harmony la tho rags as carpet, keeping tha wall of coon in aiuch llghtor tone To go hark to tha quesfbm of rag mark caa bo dona to affect tha apparent alas of a room by their arrangement. For Instance, la a room recently refurnished tha floor as originally covered by a slngi large rug which covered tha sntlra floor, except for a space ef throe or four fact around tho edge. Tha fault of thta room had always been that It waa too tong and narrow for tbo width, bat wbea tha room waa refurnished threo raga wsra tw-Instead of one largo oo A targ dlvaa waa placed oa oa elite of the room opposite the flrrptac and la fraat of thin was placed an oblong rag; tho length of tbs rug being placed n cross tho Idth of ibs room. At each aide of thta center rag a ioog rug waa laid, tha length of each ef tbeas ruga being Just a few feat short of tbo entire width ef the room, ths effect of thta manner ef pnttlng down the mgs bring to apparently Idea tho dimension of tbs room while detracting from the length. plain-colore- d BEATRICE CARET.