' " J The Ncwt In Fashion Colored -rj- slfP lT Handkerchief, to Be One of Fash- Jf I 1.. T Fancy Biouia Waiat. No form of (ho 18.11, Ktionl!T In mora prm t ful tbnn thin one not nnno ItlYea l.Ptt.r Ilnra. Tbo walnt aim. U admirable In every way and milt all the rubrics of tlio n.'nwon. Tim hallow yoke, tho phill below and tfaa full, drooping bIopvpii all fire IV a taroa and niOHt admirable i.m. while the xtmiftlonn. In the form nf box pli.lt . over tho nlm-iM. make quite tha Intent of tbo n- nxim. The niml-l la inado of chniiipi.Ktie cnlnr."l oil en lie onilimldcd In ring dotM and la combined with finely tucknl imnlln and laco, tbo urn? of thin Inst with wool Inbrlca being f-nt lAHjr ninnM, but tt.numen.Mo cotnhlnnllnnti mini. I .bo OK ito a ted. Tho wnlHt la mnle over a mnoothly flttod lining that rlnsi tit tbo ort.-r front and Itnolf cnusM of fronts, back and yoke, tbo closing being made Invisible beneath the first plait at tbo K'fl uf tlio front and at tho left ahoulilcr scum. Tho alcoves aro out In ono piece ench nnd aro arranged ar-ranged ovor tlio foundations thnt nro faced to form tho chiTh. tho oxtorslon at tbo left shoulder being hookod Into . piece aftnr the walat la closed. ' The quantity of material required for tho medium air.o la i yard 21 leches wide. 4 yarda 27 Inchon wide, or IV yarda 44 Indies wldo. with 1 yard ol lurking, i"i yarda of applique ud t yard ot lace for frills. '. Something New. r Many of the r'reurta bloiiene, are I - and0 with an elastic, one-half Inch I In width run In at the watat lino. Tbla bring the blouse Into the figure, and till learea It loose and eprlngy enough for comfort. It doe away wltb belta and pins, which are both on-alchtly on-alchtly and bothersome to adjust. Ruchlnge and 8hirrlnga en Parasol. All sorts of trlmmlnit are being uaed on parasols, such a rurhlnga, laco, appliques, shlrrlnga, smocking, tucks, plnltlngs sunburst and accordion accor-dion Tarlotlcs and Insertions of era-broiilorcd era-broiilorcd hands, to say nothing of other designs. Hub all rusty place on Iron wltb kerosene oil. In purchoslng tinned goods alwoy look whether tho head of the tin la aoncavo, a bulging appoarance being Indicative of decomposition. A few drops of alcohol nibbed on tho Insldo of lamp chimneys will re novo all trace of grensy smoke when water alone la of no avail. Tbo lid of a teapot should always be loft so that air gets In. Slip In a ploce of paper to keep It open. This prevent mustlness. The same rule applies to a coffee pot. To prevent a cuko from becoming heavy whnn taken out of the oven alwaya allow the atnnm to escape ' from It. This ran bo dona by putting the oake on a wire meat atand. An easy method of cleaning elastlo atooklnga or anklota la to rub them well wltb a clean cloth dipped In warm flour. Keep on applying clean tour till the articles are quite dean. Aromatic Bath. A a nerve soother (hero la nothing equal to an aromatic bath. Take 30 grama of pure alcohol and 2 grama each of essenco of thyme and essence of romarln. Tour Into tho wunn bath wator and mix thoroughly. After the both dry tho skin thoroughly, but not too briskly, so that the sedative effect ef-fect of the bath mny bo retained. Itetlre to bed as soon after the bath aa possible, and you sleep. This Season's Muslin. The organdies and iiiiihIIiis for this season show In tho diaphanous folds patterns of large flowers, or flower massed Into largo bouquets. Moss ruses, ar.ale.ag, pink roses, hunrhm ol pin pin llluc and exmilxllo 1 1 . h i j.: n n ol all the popular blossoms promise thut the summer girl of l'ju-l will carry mil the large flowored effect In hul gowns. Ribbon Cake. Two cups sugur. 3 eggs, two-thirds eup of butter, 1 cue milk, cups 0our, 1 teaspoonful odu. 2 tiaHuooti- fills cream of tartar. Hnv throe pans of equal sire and divide iho dough Into three parts. Hake two parts as plain rake; add to too remaining re-maining dough ?. tcnpwni molasses, linif tia-lHinnful cinnamon and h-ilf tea HMiiiful mace. Tut the dark Inyer between the two light layers while warm with Jelly In t ween and mess It I'rhtly with the hand In putting to-net to-net her. 1'endriit euiliroldery trlmniiiig 1 a novelty--Jim long nnnow ctnps of line 1'Tiil.rohli-ry ilropidug like a fringe Iroin the band of Insertion. V here the bodice Mouses over tho gltdlo in Hie back there la a fancy lor underlining with a III l In luce frill, mnklun It lock like a laeoedRed bolero. bo-lero. ( Nt'llli the linen shortwalst patterns there c-mio embroider- I ban ln for tlie (olinr, rufts nnd front piece, ami four hit; embroidered buttons to match. About Hie he M nuilerial for an nil around tiuvellng gown la moliair. wuicli comes now as sedately plain or as IrivoTouKly fancy oh anyone could tie -si re. It Ik predicted that tho old fashioned fash-ioned three cornered laco and embroidered em-broidered t-hiiwlii of our grandmothers' grandmoth-ers' tlmo will bo revived for summer carriages and evening wraps. Handkerchief Now In Color. Colors will bo more of a fenturo In wonion'a hnndkcrchlcrs than they havo, been in many seasons. A cur-laiu cur-laiu number of colored novelties nro sold each year to accompany tbo colored col-ored siimmor frocks, but owing to the reign of white In general fashion the number of these has greatly decreased de-creased during the two paHt summers. Now that the whito eornor Is broken, colored handkerchiefs nro rapidly returning' re-turning' to favor for tho summer, at least. So fur tho color portion con-slsta con-slsta of pattorna formed by embroidered embroid-ered dota the "Jewel" effect of the embroiderer. Oil sti.lns should be washed out In cold water. To remove ink or Iron mold atalna wet thorn wltb milk and cover Willi salt. Powdered pipeclay, mixed with water, wat-er, will remove oil atalna from wallpaper. wall-paper. To keep silver which Is not often used from growing black keep the ar tlclea In canton flannel bug with small bags filled with bits of gum camphor packed among thorn. Itubber rings which aro used on fruit cans often become hard and brittle. brit-tle. To soften Ihcm lot them oak ten to thirty minutes In one part tn-raonla tn-raonla and two parts of water. I.eaiher belts or boots which have been water soaked may lie softened by rubbing plentifully with coal oil. If the leather Is very much soiled wash It first with gooil hot soap suds. Misses' Collarlesa Jacket. The rollarless jneket marks the 'season for young girls as well aa for groAn folk and no belter model la shown tlinu this one with senius that extend to the shoulders at front and back. The ailish one which served as a model for tbo drawing la made of tan colored cloth with bandings of fnucy braid tun) handsome pearl buttons overlaid with cold, but all the mnierlals used for Jackets suit the model equally well. Tho mandolin sluvves are new nud fnshlouable but plain ouun can be sulnlf'tutod and are always In vogue. Tho Jacket consists ot front and side fronts, back and side-backs, wltb double under arm gores thai allow of careful and successful fitting. The mandolin sleeves are made In on piece, but the plain ones consist of upper and undars In regulation cost utylo. The quantity of material required tor the medium else (14 yeara) la Z yarda 27 Inchoa wide, X yarda 44 Inchea wide or 1V4 yarda 2 Incho wide. Mew te Dust a "Joem. Soft clotha make the best dusters. In dusting any piece of furniture, begin be-gin at the top and dust down, wiping carefully with the cloth, which cau be frequently ahaken. Mnny people have no Idea of what dusting la to accoropllKh, and Instoad of wiping off and removing the- dust. It is almply flirted off Into tho air, and soon aet-tlea aet-tlea back again on the dusted article. If carefully taken up on a cloth. It enn be shuken out of a window Into the open air. It la much lose work to cover up furniture while awoepln than to be obliged to clean the dust out afterward. Tho blessing of plain-ness plain-ness In -decoration Is appreciated hy the thorough housekeeper who attends at-tends to hor own dusting.