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BOOK OF ETIQUETTE

BY LILLIAN EICHLER

VOLUME II

ILLUSTRATED

COPYRIGHT, 1921

CONTENTS

PART III

I. SERVANTS

The Servant in the Household A Word to the Mistress A Word to the Servant How to Address Servants The Child and the Servant The Invisible Barrier When the Servant Speaks The Servants of a Big House The Butler Correct Dress for the Butler The Second Man The Chauffeur Duties of the Chauffeur The Valet The Page The Maid-Servants Lady's Maid The Nurse-Maid Duties of House-Maid In Conclusion.

II. DINNERS

About the American Hostess Planning the Formal Dinner Arranging the Table Starting at the Center Some Important Details Table Etiquette Table Service Use of the Napkin The Spoon at the Dinner Table The Fork and Knife Finger Foods Table Accidents The Hostess When the Guests Arrive The Successful Hostess The Guest Comments on Food Second Helpings The Menu Special Entertainment When to Leave Taking Leave Inviting a Stop-Gap Simple Dinners Inviting Congenial Guests When There are no Servants Hotel Dinners Dress for Dinner

III. LUNCHEONS

Purpose of the Luncheon Informal Luncheons About the Table The Formal Luncheon The Table for the Formal Luncheon Hostess and Guest Formal and Informal Breakfasts Dress for Luncheons and Breakfasts

IV. TEAS AND OTHER ENTERTAINMENTS

Evolution of the Afternoon Tea The Simpler Tea The Formal Tea The Tea Table Dress at Tea Time The Garden Party Receiving the Guests On the Lawn Dress for Garden Parties and Lawn Festivals Woman's Garden Costume The Man at the Garden Party House Parties Sending the Invitation When the Guests Arrive Entertaining at the House Party Hostess and Guests at the House Party "Tipping" the Servants

V. WHEN THE BACHELOR ENTERTAINS

When the Bachelor is Host Welcoming the Guests The Bachelor's Dinner Tea at a Bachelor Apartment The Bachelor Dance Theater Parties Yachting Parties

VI. MUSICALES AND PRIVATE THEATRICALS

Preparations for the Musicale The Afternoon Musicale The Evening Musicale Card Parties at the Musicale Duties of Guests at Musicales Dress at the Musicale Arranging Private Theatricals The Players The Guests Host and Hostess

VII. DANCING

Dancing as a Healthful Art Dance-Giving No Longer a Luxury The Debut Dance Costume Balls Subscription Dances The Ballroom Music at the Dance Dance Programs Dinner Dances Dressing Rooms The Dance When the Lady is Asked to Dance "Cutting In" Dancing Positions When the Guest Does Not Dance Public Dances A Plea for Dancing The Charm of Dress in Dancing At the Afternoon Dance Gentlemen at the Dance Dress for the Ball Dress of the Debutante Wraps at the Ball Ball Dress for Men For the Simple Country Dance

VIII. GAMES AND SPORTS

Why the World Plays Fair Play Indoor Games Chess Bridge Billiards and Croquet Outdoor Games Lawn Tennis Golf Some Important Rules about Golf Football Automobile Etiquette Automobile Parties Riding Bathing Sports Clothes in General

PART IV

I. SPEECH

Conversation The Charm of Correct Speech Courtesy in Conversation The Voice Ease in Speech Local Phrases and Mannerisms Importance of Vocabulary Interrupting the Speech of Others


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