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The newest materials present a
downy surfnco which Is both soft nntl
rough. This ranterlnl Is worn by those
who are youthful in appearance, wheth
er matrons or young girls. For moro
mature women the smooth faced goods
are preferable. Many of these smooth
OF BLACK CHEVIOT.
goods costumes are relieved by trim
mings of Indian cashmero in shawl
Costumes of white cloth are consid
ered particularly stylish, and after
white crayon pinks, blues and grays
are considered the thing. White gowns
are fancifully tucked In squares or
diamonds, with a figure o black lace
In ench section.
Very smart costumes of pale gray
are trimmed with applications of deep
yellow lace, with here and there a
touch of pale blue in the shape of em
broidery. The Louis XV. coat and three cor
nered hat will be quite as much worn
this spring as in the winter. The
Illustration shows models of such.
The coat is of black rough goods, with
an inner vest of embroidered cloth and
a second loose lifting half vest of white
cloth, banded with narrow braid. The
crush belt is of black velvet. The
sleeves are loose nnd are gathered into
cuffs of white cloth. The coattail is
long and full.
The hat is of white felt, trimmed
with a wide scarf of black silk, hav
ing a fringed bow drooping over the
hair in the back. This scarf is passed
at intervals through oval gold buckles,
The Voprne of the llolero Fashion
That the bolero Is-still a fashionable
model Is certain, for the best houses
are making nearly all their handsome
gowns with this chic ornamentation,
and, as these gowns are designed for
the spring and summer, the future of
the bolero is assured.
The widow's first mourning Is now
modernized into something modish in
A LOUIS XV. EFFECT.
shape which does not shroud the fie
lire In masses of crone nnd enshmpro
The now silky black goods are nnrtlv
wool. They have the depth of color
required ror mourning and yet make
up gracefully. A mourning' gown re
cently made for n woman of forty was
i uuy cioin ueusely black, with a
deep godet flounce entirely covered
with crape and headed by n broad pin
ing of the same.
The deep, folded belt was of the
crape, and it just showed under a sack
nemof0MthC C,th bored with a
hem of the crape cut to shape and
curved un In n n0n i,. !., ront "
One of the most fashionable colors
Just now Is chinchilla gray.
A Louis XV. effect In an evening
waist Is here shown. The materials are
heavy Russian lace and chiffon.
neck Is cut V shape and Is made In
back to reach a wide belt of crushed
taffeta, from which depend tails of
lace. The sleeves are of shirred chif
fon. In front the lace is cut Into points,
opening over an underblousc of the
chiffon. The bolt is narrow in front
and finishes on the left side with an
upstanding bow. Jrruio Ciiollet.
SMART LONG COATS.
Jnpnnenc and Chinese EfTecta Pre
vnll White Clonk".
Most of the new cloaks show dis
tinctly Japanese effects. They are very
loosely lltted and have very wide cuffs
and long rovers extending down the
entire length of the front. Many of
them are mnde of white silk or woolen
material. There is something partlcu-
larly attractive about white cloth
wraps, because they do duty for smart
afternoon as well as evening wear.
Some of them have lace instead of fur
collars, which makes it possible for
them to be worn later on.
Narrow black velvet ribbons form a
most chic trimming for these automo
bile coats, as they are miscalled. Bands
of Tersian embroidery, figured white
silk and lace are also considered smart.
The most fashionable collar is a mix
ture of the niglon and the flare and is
worn open nt the throat, with a fluffy
Coats of black peau de sole and heav
ily ribbed bengallue will be found very
useful by those of limited incomes.
An automobile coat is the subject of
the sketch. It Is made of white covert
coating and Is trimmed with black
baby velvet The lining Is a rich Per
sian silk. The coat has a wide collar
nnd revers, and the cuffs come well up
over the arm. Judic Ciiollet.
Carious Old Custom.
In one of the suburbs of Paris a
wealthy merchant died the other day,
nnd on the evening of the funeral his
neighbors witnessed a curious cere
An hour before the body was to be
taken to the cemetery the relatives of
the dead man, Ave or six in number,
went out into the garden adjoining the
house and walked solemnly and silent
ly around it. Each carried a lantern
and kept his eyes fixed on the ground,
as though he were looking for some
thing. Finally they all halted in front
of a large pile of stones and, laying
aside their lanterns, proceeded to throw
down tho pile. After every stone hnd
been removed they examined minutely
the spot on which the pile hnd rested
and then slowly and with bowed heads
returned to the house.
This Is an old Norman custom, nnd it
Is observed in tills instance because the
ilead man was a native of Cilson. There
is a tradition in Normandy that before
burying a body all the ground around
his dwelling should be searched in or
der to make sure that the soul lias not
hidden itself somewhere. At one time
every family In Nonnnndy faithfully
observed this tradition, but now only a
few pay heed to it
A prince received from the house
steward Ills monthly statement of ac
counts, in which occurred the Item of
1.C0 lire for the keep of a cat in the
paiace. Tno prince immediately wrote
margin, "if there are no rats in
wio uouse, it Is no good keeping n cat;
If there are any rats, the chnnm fn
tue ueep or the cat is suneriliioiia."
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And he struck out the Item.
'Mrs. Bilklns learned to nlnv nnkAr
so she could keep her husband In at
"And does ho stay In now?"
"I should say so. She wi MR fan trttiMi
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01 1)18 BTKMHliiitr nlli-iii'nn
hasn't tho price of a drink."-PhlladeI-pula
A LIVELY PROSPECT.
New Aerlst: "I've been flying around this mortal universe for six solid
hours, and hanged if I can remember the way to go downl"
No. B3. Concealed Word Sciunre.
One word Is concealed in each sen
tence. 1. Did Bob acknowledge the admira
2. Yes, but how he did glare at It
3. And then he said that recently he
had been slighted.
4. At last ho sent back a testy an
swer. No. 54. Tllnntrntea Helms.
No. 05. necanltiitlonii.
1. Decapitate to wound, as with a
horn, and have a native metal or Its
compound with the rock in which it
occurs after it has been picked over to
throw out what is worthless.
2. Decapitate treatment, custom, and
have a man of venerable years and of
sound judgment and prudence.
3. Decapitate a very hard, heavy and
durable wood, susceptible of a high
polish, and have consisting of bone.
4. Decapitate a gallerv In a plmroi,
or hall and have frequently.
5. Decapitate n jewel and have a no
blemaii. 0. Decapitate the floor of a fireplace
and have the whole world.
The decapitations give an ancient
royal German name revived In the fam
ily to which Queen Victoria belonged.
No. GOConrUiiIi, of Sellm Slnndlah.
Supply the lacking word for the first
line of each couplet and transpose it
for the second.
Dear maid, it is my deep
With thee forever to !
Kind sir, I fear thee'd soon be
And then my temper would be
Dear maid, we must not thus be mii
A broken heart do I .j '
Kind sir, if papa prove
How, then, could I thy heart 'j
Dear maid, and dost thou not ..
Buch we can ?
Then thou canst say, "Dear priest.
And I In turn, "Dear Judge, mi
No. C7. Double Acrontlc.
My prlmals spell places of instruction
and my finals what arc learned there.
Crosswords (of equal length): 1. Spir
it. 2. To quote. 3. Finished edges of
garments. 4. Lyric poems. C. One of
the United States. C. To lend. 7. Great
bodies of water.
No. C8. Enlfrinn.
I am the center of gravity, hold s
capital situation In Venice, nnd as
am foremost In every victory am al
lowed by all to be Invaluable. I have
three companions In vice and could
name three who are in love with me.
But it is in vain for you to seek me, for
I have long lain In the grave.
No. CI). A Triangle.
1. To discharge through pores or In
cisions. 2. Four letters from train. 3.
The peculiar bearing of n person. 4.
Half of lyre. C. A vowel.
The left ieg of the triangle, reading
downward, to raise, to exalt.
The right, the nest of a bird of prey
which builds in a lofty place.
The gate that takes away.
The gate that alleviates.
The gate that chastises.
The gate that smokes.
To lie Expected.
By such discrepancies as this
Our life down here Is cursed
The man who shifts the loudest la
The man who sinus the wor3t.
Key to the Puzzler.
No. 45. Beheaduients: 1. C-one. 2.
P-row. 3. T-rifle.
No. 4G.-Syllable Building: 1. Gar.
But-net. uar-neiu. 3. Gar-pike. 4
Gar-den. D. Gar-land. 0. Gar.riok.
No. 47.-Concealed Word Square: 1.
Erase. 2. Raven.
3. Avert. 4. Serve,
No. 48. A Well
No. 49.-Three Hollow Diamonds:
N X N
K 0 I
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No. CO.-Picture Puzzle
No. 51.-Doubly Beheaded Acrostic:
Iumpklns. l.lni.peach. 2. St-urge-on.
Rr in i - un-l,ure- 5- Ta-ken. 0.
m ; KIne- a -strain.
No. o2 -Three Imps: 1. Itnp-ollto. 2.
Imp-olltie. 3. Irap-ortance.
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American Flan, rates 11.25 to Kflitj
European plan, 60c, 76c, $1.00
Special rates by week or raonti
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Block and a naif irow 1
Sample Room In connectiiw
Room Rate 50c. 75c, I
BAR IN CONNBSSc I
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