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1 FLOWERS Till! MODEL
Striking "Uses of Oolors Now
I Made by Fashion.
NATURE'S IDEAS COPIED.
Eccentric Contrasts That Gave
on Artistic Touch to Dress.
Opsertualtles fer the staasloiinrnt ar Biart
Tail In Selertlaa the Keedra Tints nswri
Mke aadtast Mud reaalble In the F.b
leamhla Thin Materlale-Fretty Valira and
TmIi far Oreaaalae Von.i-niicli Itspe
slally raableaaale Tat. Year Variety aad
i B.aalr f the Keta aad tlreaaalaee Star-
I arlalac Amount or Work la the Beaaen'a
I Oavraa Causes and Other Summer INaterl-
Iala aad Their Klaborate Dreoratloaa Gray
Gawaa Which Are Faahlen raverlles
Lace la Great Demaad Just Now
The most artistic feature of fashion Just at
present la the careful contlderatlon of colon
and possible modes of blending; them. Some of
the combinations seem eecentrlo and strikingly
oppoted to all rulei of good taste on first lnspeo-
tion, but If we look for a purpose in fashion's
B scheme we find thst nature suggests and dlo
r 3 , tates all the novelties in the arrangement of
J oolors. Flowers are the models for contrasts as
ij well as harmonies In our costumes, and the true
'i Artistic point Is roached when tho right shades
jl and exact proportions of color are employod.
& Just which tint of maure should be combined
G with blue settles the whole question of success
St, or failure, ana so on through the list of colors
H And endless variety of shades.
& dolor has come to such a state of perfection In
the roost surprising feature. Ths stitches neces
sary to accomplish the Infinity of tucking-, shir
ling, frilling, and niching aro beyond estimate.
Oneexamplo of claborato needlework Is In a,
pink silk waist lucked up and down In croups
of fire, the groups separated by an open lace
stitch. The sleeves are tucked also In groups.
The belt and collar are composed of tucks, and a
double frill of silk, with three tiny tucks In the
edge, finishes the front,
Besides the grenadines so much noM there
are games of various kinds, very much liked for
the transparent effects. They come In dnrk
colors, with brocaded designs In black and whlto,
or a lighter shade of tho sumo color as tho
s-round and In light tints with dark
colors In the pattern. The dark grounds
are effectively mado up over whlto and
trimmed with black Chantilly lace flounces. A
chemisette vest and collnr of white silk striped
with black velvet ribbon la n protty contrast
with a dark bluo gauze patterned In black and
white. Spotted materials and effects are another
conspicuous featuro of tho latest fashions.
Whlto foulard spotted with black, black with
white, and colors with spots of some contrasting
shade scattered over the surfaco are all the ex
tremes of fashiun. Spotted velvet bows trim
our hats, and spotted parasols crown tho whole.
One very pretty while foulard spottod with
black basasurpllco bodice and a small round
yoke of Irish lace ovor a cberaisettoof mauve
llaso finely tuckod and tied around tho collar with
a narrow bow of mauvo silk.
In ull the varied materials and pretty dresses
there Is nothing prettier or inoro dainty than
the gray gowns which aro fashion's favorites
tblseeason. The fabrics are thin and (Inc. anil
tho varying modes of treatment with pretty
contrasts of colors can mako tho gow n becoming
to almost every complexion. Cripo do chino
and silk warp nuns' veiling are vorj populnr
materials, and It Is tho pule, silt cry shade which
is most desirable One et list) model, very use
ful for renovating a last season's gown, has a
bodice and sleeves entirely of cream lace ovor
palo blue silk with which tho skirt is lined,
showing just a tingo of color through its mesh
es, and laco insertions set in deep points all
around the bottom fully four Inches from the
edge, where a tiny ruche of the material Is the
llnlsb. Two; rultles of crepe de chine, with a
ni'-lie on tha edge and a row of lace Insertion
set In above, complete the bodice, forming; a
round collar at the back and rovers In front,
crossing to one side at tho waist line. The little
vest and collnr aro of tucked blue silk with a
lace edged bow of white chiffon at the neck.
Gowns of lace combined with a llttlo taffeta
aro one of tho novelties, cream guipure with
fawn-colored taffota being one of the special do
signs. Very little of the silk is In evidence,
however, except In plain bands usod between
Insertions of laco and for the under dress, which
is made with a dcop circular flounco, showing
well at tho sldo, whoro tho lace oerdross shapes
up in apron form. Some pretty contrast in color
Is nocded for tho collar band and belt, and violet
and petunia color nro especially pretty with tha
fawn and cream. Mack taffeta, made up with
yards and yards of black Chantilly Insertion
and edging, is ono of the most elegant In all tho
list of summer gowns. Enttro gowns of black
Chantilly over whlto ltsso w Ith a foundation of
satin nro another of fashion's extravagances,
and one point In tho schenio of fashionable suc
cess Is that tho sitln must be vory soft and
clinging, any nggrcsslro stiffness about our
skirt draperios being entirely tho wrong thing.
Laco Insertions soom to bo usod In unlimited
quantities, and whether tho material Is silk or
cotton tho amount is as generous In ono case as
the othor. Homo very dressy summor gowns
are mado of ecru batlsto, ohcor and fine, and
llttht In tint, chocked nil oor the skirt with
laco Insertion matching tho shade of ecru, nnd
llnod with silk or dimity of tho snmo color. In
sertions go in stripes around tho skirt from tho
waist to tho bottom, whero two or thrcotlny
lacc-edgod ruliles are the finish, and the bodice
Is eltbor checked or striped around to match,
Bright orango Is a finish for neck and bolt.
Laco Is decidedly the most popular trimming
of tho season, and next on tho list Is ribbon.
Tho matorlal of our gowns is simply a founda
tion for a lavish uso of one or both of these
docorattons, and the narrow garland laces aro
especially now and graceful as a trimming.
They aro all mado In llttlo festoons of various
doptbs nnd sizes, and used as a bortba finish
around the yoko. or set in like Insertion are very
effective. Apollqud motifs of point do Vcnlso
in floral designs aro especially desirable for
gowns and capes, and. In fact, everything In
laco Is in order. Klbbon Iiob been usod in every
posslblo manner, frilled and sewn on In plain
rows, hue the latest fancy Is ribbon arrangod In
First in the array of suramorgowns illustrated
Is n palo seaweed irrucn organdio trlmmod with
transparent Insertions of lace. Tho yoko Is of
altcrnato puftlngsof the muslin nnd lace Inser
tions, the sash is of muslin with laco finish nnd
tho lining in of plain croon lawn. Another
dress, of white plqud, shows the circular flounco
headed with a row of cmbroldored insertion,
which nlso trims the collar and basquo frill.
A plain bins band of the plqud may also head
tho flounco and trim tho slmplo Jacket so much
worn In this stylo of dress. They aro made
doublo or single breastod nnd fastenod with
largo pearl buttons.
Ono of the daintiest plquiS suits Is a plain
white skirt, simply finished with n band, nnd a
blouso coat with a frill below tho bolt of pink
plqu6 prettily braided with white. All tho
coats, whether jacket or blouse, havo ono or two
wldo revors, and are worn with fancy vests of
laco and tucked or shirred organdie. Another
summer gown Is of palo green silk covered with
belgo colored checkod organdie, trlmmod with
rows of Valenciennes insertion, below which Is
a frill of whlto molrd ribbon, edged with black
vclvot baby ribbon. Frills of ribbon and Inser
tions trim the bo lice, nnd tho collar band is of
tucked white moire. A costumo in light wool
shows a fanciful trimming of black volvet,
forming n high point at tho back, with Inter
laced ends llko tho front. Stripes of velvet run
around tho bodico. A dainty gown shows a lin
ing of insertions nnd laco-odged ruches.
One of tho prettiest of all tho skirt models
for foulnrd Is shown In thosketch. The founda
tion skirt first has a live-Inch ritlllo of the
foulard, nnd falling over this is a deeper flounce,
wide at tho sides and narrower in front and at
tho back. This, like tho upper portion of the
Bklrt, is scalloped on the odgo and trimmed
with a frill of Inch-wide cream lace, abote which
aro two tiny frills of black edging. A scalloped
frill finishes (lie front of tho waist ovor a vest
of finely tucUod white tiffeta. Gray nnd white
stripod silk forms another dress, trimmed with
riichlngs of gicon chiffon, Tho jnkelsnlsoof
the green, with u cluster of ruchlmrs nnd scarf .
ends falling at either si lo. Hands of black vol
vet ribbon finish tho bodice. A fancy bodico in
pink chlffnn has a hand of pink mlrolr velvet
studdel with trjslal cabochons. A model for
a light taffeta gown Is carrlod outln yellow,
trimmed with dusters of ribbon frills sbadlng
from ) ellow to brown. Klbbon forms the lower
part of tlio hjdlce, and the yoko and sleovos are
of silk finely tucked.
new huxiay clvii ix t.oniiox.
It Is Intended lo litre e Dace er Rest te
vrnmrn Who Mork six liar' a Werk.
Tho profound peace with which the London
Habbath was saturated has been disturbed, and
the women have done It. A Sunday club ha
been organized, and, though the Intentions of
the founders are beyond reproach, the Innova
tion has caused a ripple of disapproval.
The club isn't intonded for the use of women
of leisure, who have six week days In which to
enjoy life. It alms (o furnish an attractive,
quiet place where womtn who hart been wear
ing out their nerves In a bread-and-butter
struggle during Uio wook, and whose homes or
lodgings are not adapted to the rest cure, mar
take refuge on their one free day. There isn't
anything hilarious and festive about the plan.
Women who want Sunday hilarity will still
flee from London: but there are many tired
builncss women who will bull with delight a
quiet, attractive place where they mar read
and doto and rost without being disturbed.
JfOrJSZTIM IX CAPBB.
Dainty Summer lVrnnr tlhaan Safe Hlsslen Is
te sek rrrttr.
Thonoreltloa In cspes are varied beyond de
scription this season, but the noticeable fea
ture among tho latest editions of summer wraps
Is the fancy for colorod silk and chiffon capes.
Liberty and taffeta silks are both used, and any
color, no matter how light, is correct If It har
monizes with jour costume. Chiffon of the
sanio color Is used for frills, and tho special mis
sion of theso dainl) trifles is to look pretty with
thin gowns, especially organdies, as usefulness
Is quite out of tho question.
Tho shawl shapo Is tho favorite, possibly, but
the little round capo with sloping corners In
front is very much worn. Pretty light colors
are very attract! vo in this department, as In
every other, but the most elegant bit of extrav
agance is made of white Liberty silk with lace
frills and white chiffon ruches. Blue, green
and mauve taffeta in medium shades combined
with black chiffon und lace mako very stylish
llttlo wraps, and somo of thorn are simply a suc
cession of frills or accordion plaitlngs falling
from a yoko which Is Jetted or covered with
laco. A bow of chiffon tied under the chin with
lonir ends is another foature.
The craze for lace extends to capes as well as
gowns, and besides laco frills various motift in
appliqu6 sprays are used on both silk and cloth
garments. A showy little evening capo of pink
silk In shawl shape wltn the downward tip at
the back Is cohered with black chantilly. and a
plaiting of silk with a frill of laco falling aver
It finishes tho edge.
In black capos, always tho most useful, there
are some vory eluboialu models combinations
of satin, Jot, lace, mill rhlfTon. Doep frills of
black moussellnn do sole edged with black
satin ribbon aro tho finish on one llttlo novelty
with satin Jetted yoke. The bow with long
ends la also or inousselln edged with ribbon.
One feature of silk nnd poplin of which some
cf the capes are made is the use of chantilly
lace sprays with the material out ont nnaor
neath to how the colored lining through.
Clolh capes In black, gray and fawn color are
made both round and pointed and quite plain,
with rows of stitching, stitched bands and pip
ing for trimming. Some of them, however, aro
very elaborate affairs, embroidered with braid
and beads and trlmtund with white Incrustations
of lace and plaited ruffles of taffeta. The shawl
shaped cape is a boon to the woman who has an
old-fashioned lace shawl, as it is easily drnpod
Into fashionable form on alining. With somo
ruliles of silk nnd a high collar of black and
whlto lace wired Into sbapo, you havo a stylish
The first capo illustrated Is of black taffeta,
frills lined with mauvn glaciS edeod with a
black chiffon ruche, Tho collar la of plaited
chiffon and maure silk and the bows nro of
black satin. A shawl cape for mourning Is of
silk covered with chiffon ruches and rouleaux
of crape. Black satin embroidered with black
sequins In guipure, and finished with three rows
of plaited chiffon, forms another model, while
still another has a yoko of crfcim npollquo.
Iluches of black net and a frill or lace are tho
CHICAGO II O HEX BBrOZT.
They slave Formed an Unsociable Club to Get
a Chance lo See Tbelr Families.
Tho mushroom growth of clubs throws con
siderable light upon tho noeds and tasto of
womankind, and It la refreshing to find that a
consuming thirst for Information and dcslro for
prominence beforo the public are not absolutely
'; fe materials that with care in selecting almost tbo
it exact tints of various flowers can be reproduced.
!- m One of the prettiest oxamolos of present possl-
,y ft bllltles Is a hst combining the shades in a
if- damask rose. Peculiar contrasts of color in
,' f nature are always harmonious because one tint
'' I shades perfectly Into anothor, like mauvo, bluo
i and pink. In the forget-me-not, and it we follow
fc this rule In dress we shall have no Inartistic re-
f. I suits. Mauve and turquoise are one of tho latest
u' l fancies In contrast.
'' t The summer fashions afford every opportunl-
' II ty for flower-llko shading, as the fnshlonable
if materials aro thin and moro or less transparent,
"ft H showing a tinge of color through tho moahes,
E which necessitates somo thought as to the tint
H of the lining. Some of tho prettiest gowns are
Of grenadine In tiny opon checks of black mixed
K with some bright color, blue being especially
jl pretty, and are made up over a shade nf bluo
jf silk, which brings out the blue in tbo material.
jj Narrow ruches of not ond chiffon and frills of
jl ribbon aro popular trimmings, nnd n pretty
S effect for the blue and black gown is a frill of
' J half-Inch black satin ribbon with a row of blue
K Telrst baby ribbon eown plain on ono edge.
iff ,l B These little frills may edge tho ruffles, which
I jfc h are almost invariably cut circular, and put on
ft & qutto plain in front, whatover tho width may
t J t be. The same ribbon frills may encircle the
tli h oleoves for their entire length.
JKC, ' Pretty yokes and vests for grenadine gowns
j ) , are made of white taffeta silk, embroldored
II, daintily In color between strlpcsot drawn work,
kjjjff end a pretty finish for tbo bodice, for rovers,
fit j and a narrow collar around tho silk yoko is
f , i black net well covered with ribbon embroidery
I ! mixed with Jet and steel. It Is tho gulmpoor
ill i yoko effect which prevails in both plain ond
5 i dressy summer gowns, and In addition to lace,
7, 't chiffon, tucked silk ond satin, with various
: ; S kinds of embroldory for this purpose, there are
', china silk in groups of flnost tucks, with fine
i ', J briar stitching between tbem, and shirred mull
..l f crossed In squares and diamonds with flue laco
l 9 i Insertion. Another feature In summer dress Is
,, . . the bolt, which Is In almost every Inst mce vory
, uarrow, whether It is of velvet, ribbon or silk.
H '. ' Black is especially fashionable this season,
't i ' end the nets and fancy grenadines are In greater
I t variety and more beautiful than ever. It is the
t ;, modi of ireatment which gives them style, how
m T l ever, an 1 color conic. In again for the lion's
it I share of Importance. One lovely gown is mado
J 'J OTer white satin, with plenty of white crflpo
jU ( i Hsse well covered with sprays of black Cbsn
ff I tlllyappllqu on the bodice. Bed moire Is tho
'K i foundation dress of another black grenadine,
II' while still another gown of Jetted net Is made
'.if. f over a rich nasturtium yellow with yellow
I I I ) velvet collar and belt. Black tulle Is the most
.' I cblo of all material for evening, and made over
h bln:k with a bunch of pink carnations atone
tkl fUdti of the bodice the effect 1 very striking.
Iff. ( Ths amount of work In th lesson's gowns Is
it, I '
universal In tho feminine worlc". Bcccntly sev
eral influential voices have been raised in favor
of women's clubs where intellectuality would bo
subordinate to comfort, nnd where women who
couldn't be happy without reading long papers
on deep subjects would have private rooms, and
would not be allowed to Interfere with tho
general peace and enjoyment of tho members.
Chicago has gono furthor. A group of delight
ful women in that progressive town havo
founded a " club for tho promotion of unsocia
bility." Probably both club nnd nnmo nro half
humorous, nnd tho movement Is a whimsical
protest against tho woar and tear of social de
mands, but tho suggestion strikes a sympathetic
ohord In the breast of many a woman who hasn't
the courage of her convictions.
The members of tho club havo all handod In
their resignations to tho whist clubs, political
clubs. Browning societies, &0., of which they
were members. Tliov have foresworn afternoon
teas nnd hnve cut down their visiting lists.
Formal functions must do without tbem; ond
their own entertaining Is to bo of an Informal
sort, nnd to Include no perfunctory crushes to
pay off irksome social obligations.
Tho only organizations with which thoymay
retain connection are church and charitable,
societies, nnd there Is a limit imposod upon zeal
even In those casos. The club of which they
are mombors exacts no dues or duties, and Is
designed merely to giro the moral support
which comes from organization. It takes cour
age to lift the hsnner of revolt ngotnst social
tradition, nnd there Is strength In numbers; so
ibe malcontents, who found tint thoy wero
wearing themselvos out In the effort to keep up
with the procession, united in rebellion, und are
sworn. In truo Scriptural fashion, to holdup
earh other s hands.
Ono of t he club members Is In New York now,
and alio sang the praises or tho nmvemontata
ten whero she was Inconsistently present.
"Informal affairs like this area delight to
every ono. ' eho explained. " hut I had reached a
point where I simply bad no time for my chil
dren or husband or self, and something had to
bedono. A crowd of us compared notes one
day and found wo weie all In the same boat, so
we organized tho society, half In fun. and Im
posed heavy fines for Infringement of the
rules. 1 suppose It will cost us a great deai of
criticism, but I really couldn't mean anything
to nil the people on my visiting list, and I see a
reat doal mare of my real friends now than I
Id. As for mv husband and tho boys, I'm
actually getting acquainted w Ith them, nncl I'm
on spcnklng terms with the cook. I'm gnlnlnt
flrshnnd beenmlna-gooilnaturod, nnd I shouldn't
wonder if I'd work out my salvation through
Hint club. It's a great Idea. Yuu all ought to
lilt IT A IX COXTr.Ml'I.ATl-H WOXAX.
la She Stlnryt II I. aakril, anil What Is Ibe
llrlllab .Vublrm-li'a Moalt
Tho symposium Idea has boon a trifle over
worked by Amorlcnn Journalism, but to find It
In Its glory ono must look to Knulnnd, where in
vertobrato inugaxlncs flourish In tropical abun
dance. It might scum f hit nil men and women
whose names could attract publlo attention had
been intervlowod upon every concelvablo sub
ject relating to womon, hut each month In Lon
don now sympuslunis blossom forth. One of the
latest specimens deals with tho ouestlon. Are
women mean In money matters! Jerome K.
Joroino and others discuss the matter with tho
seriousness ilcmandod by the vital interest of
Naturally, the Jury being of men, a strong
case is made out against tho woman; and her
bargain-counter habit Is mado a basis from
which to arguo a niggardly hoblt of hnggling
over small sums, a lack of masculine liberality.
Woman Is extravagant In tbo sum total of her
expenditure, mean in tho Items; that Is Iho mas
culine verdict; but (Jortrudo Athcrloci has a
good word to say for American womon. As a
rule, Mrs. Atberlou doesn't take up tho cudgels
In defence of her sox. Women are not her
hobby; but sbo doesn't think that American
women are stingy; and she advances tho state
ment, which is certainly a true one, that Amer
icans don't know much alHiut pennies any way,
until they go over to Knitlanil nnd And how
much stress Is laid upon coppers there.
Another of the recent symposiums Is of dis
tinct value to young women who aro unmar
ried and yearn for a title. Someone was In
spired lo Interview prominent members of the
Kngllsh arlslocrecr. masculine members. In re
gard te their Ideal foriomeu. Tho scheme was
philanthropic. All the idois of Kngllsh noble
men 'aro of value, possibly because of tbelr
rarlts, but In this case not only would the pub
CONSUMERS are sometimes so- 1
licited to buy some baking 1 1
I powder other than Royal because it 1
costs less. 1
Docs it not occur to the consumer 1
that if it costs less than Royal it 1 !
must be made from inferior materials ? 1
The so-called cheap baking pow- 1 ,
ders are made from alum, phos- I
phate or other harsh acid. At most, 1
they would not lessen the cost of a 1 j
cake, loaf of bread or batch of bis- 1 j
cuit more than the fraction of a
cent. But can you afford for any
sum to endanger the healthfulness of
your food by mixing with it a con
cededly dangerous ingredient ?
Royal Baking Powder is made
from cream of tartar derived only
from grapes and is pure and whole
some beyond question. There is ii
never any doubt of the healthfulness ''
of the food it makes. Besides, in I
practical use it is actually more eco- 1 j'
Lnomical than any other baking 1
powder, because it is stronger and 1
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. I
tii in in in nil"' ' i iiiiiiii nil nil ,ii ,!. iiiimii mi in ii i in null nunrssr t n fflwf
He be entertalnod, but furthermore the yonng
womon who. llko Tommy, love a lord, would be
furnished with data upon which to plan a cam
paign. Unfortunately, fow of the glltteringorna
monts of tho peerage appreel ated the opportunity
of nppearlng in print and furnishing young
womon with a code. Tho noblemen bad moro
Ideas than the editor had given them credit for,
but they refusod to divulge them. Those who
did consent to talk wero a trifle vague. Ideal
Ism lsVt tho normal young Englishman's native
heath, but one discouraging fact was brought
out clearly. Tho typical American girl Isn't
tbo aristocratic English Ideal, In spite of the
evidence of International mnrrlnge.
Milord likes a retiring, home-staying girl, a
gentle creature a domestic treasure. Some
aristocratic eouts yearn o er black eyes and somo
o cr blue: but as represented in this pirtlcular
symposium, -tho British nobility to a man sets
its face ngalnst tbo bachelor maid and the new
FHILZS OF VASniOX.
Irish lace Is very fashionable this season.
Somo of tho new French hats show a bow of
blaok velvet spotted with white and a bunch of
cherries, fruit as a hat decoration bolng tho
latest novelty. Very dainty hats to wear with
thin gowns are made of black tulle sblrrod Into
tucks, and turned back from the face.wlth black
ostrich tips and a rhlnestono bucklo for trim
ming. Tulle rosettes In any fancied color,
tuckod In at tho back, enhance the effoct.
Hatpins hcadod with pretty onamcllod flowers
and loaves, insects of various kinds, and tiny
blrda wlthoutsproid wings add to tho variety
In this useful llttlo necessity of dress. Irregu
lar pearls set around with diamonds are also
Very protty waists for morning are made of
pink, larondcr, and Sfcvres blue Uuon.
Reefer Jnckots of rod and bluo serge, with
brass buttons, are the swell thing for golfing
Round ground Valenciennes lace is coming
Into favor ns n trimming f or lingerlo of all kinds
and children's clothing as well. Tho patterns
nro almost exact copies of tho old antlquo
Valenciennes, and it is recommended as almost
Indestructible, which is tho highest posslblo
praise for anything that adorns tho undorgnr
monts. subjected as they are to the test of wear
and tear in tho laundry.
Comet ribbon, which Is a now edition of baby
ribbon. Is shirred Into tho innumerable llttlo
frills that adorn our gowns.
The Parisian sailor hat Is much more ornate
than the variety generally worn hore. Don 11
lonnds of chiffon or silk surround tho crown,
and large white wings nro set In front or at ono
sldo. Chiffon Is wired into bows for n Bide
trimming, and plaid ribbon Is very much used.
Tho plain silk parasol has no place In fashion
this season except as a sun umbrella, for what
ever the material of a parasol may be, it is moro
or lsa an elaborate production of tucks, hem
stitching, ruchlngs, plaltlngR, and Insertions nf
live. It is mado of overv sort of hIIIc on the list,
nnd of Swiss, imillo, nnd pongoa as w ell.
White veils of circular shape, with a patterned
border, nro very popular, and something still
more pronounced is a rose-colored net allotted
with white chcnillo.
Dart Arts Ire, hut ot a Crime.
ram the Chicago Journal,
A question of law which was rnlsod In tho
court of .lustiio Donlev of tho Maxwell street
police stntlou to day caused considerable discus
sion. Tho nutation was: " Is It w mug lo advise
a person tribune; himself or horcIf, and docs
such advice ruiistituto a crime I"
Tho point was argued from overyelde, nnd the
magistrate finally uiimilo the conclusion that,
although advising n person lo (ominit tuilcldn
by hanging or by any other method Is w rone, It
doosnot constitute n crime, anil Iho law Is not
violated bj tho person giving smb. hiIWic,
AsuremiU of Iho maglstralo's finding, Ben
jamin and Airs fiatniff wprodlsehiirirpil, Tho
couple llvo at !i()7 llalstnl street. Noxt door
lives their rtnuuhtor-iii-law. Sadfo Uatzoir,
Thcro bus been coiibliloi able 111 fueling between
tin-in for some time, nnd ren-ntlv Iho roung
woman's husband left her Alio laid Ibehlanio
on his parents, nnd according to her story they
liiuilo life miserable for her.
Jviet night, she si)s, Iho rnup'o sent their
young son. Morris, lo her hoiim with tho mes
sno advising hoi to hang herstir, 'Iho woman
refused to Inko tho advlee but Instead caused
tho nrrcst of the p ireuts of tier husband.
SUMMER HAIR DRESSING
Under tho most delightful condition. Eery floor of
our isUhllslitiiftit eooleii hy eleetifouy.
r!??V:Ta-!r,.S.,w'lT,il A" eUbiiraiH slo.'k or Hair
KjjjjjMfjpf'rwiJ.V I o Is ripei-lully adapiril for i
wmjfWfj Seashore & Mountains.
M-tjjff 2ir7i ,r itock rratiTiu im a torn
BsslPaiW FEAT"'R ' WEIGHT
PSSlgs anil Bangs
BEAUTIFUL WAVY SWITCHES.
We eta rvtiommeml ciptclallf ( r Hntmuer uour
Ceroanut Klulm tntl TurkUl! Ho Iinvr for th
Complexion and our Curllw nnitl ami llnir THo
for the Hair, PUHK AND LA (J TIN (J IIAIU DYEn
Tbe Larinl Ilalr Btere 111 ll irorld.
ILLUSTRATED CaTALOODK MAILED KKEh.
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BIRDS FOlt IMKAIZrABT. 1
A Park now Cat's Matutinal DoatlDS BS I
pedltloos In the City Hull Park. E
At daybreak overy morning a bier, handsome n
tiger-striped cat cmorires from one of tho lariro
ufilce buildings on Parle row, opposite City Hall
Park, and, after stealthily crawling over tha i
cable oar tracks, takes up a position on the curb
Just this side of Mall street. Its object In oro ach
ing thero is not apparent until tho sparrows la
the trees bectn to chirp. Then the cat Is lmme- f
dlutoly nil attention. Every sound, every flutter
of the wing is watched tho cat all the while ,
showlngby Its movements that It Is after prey.
Suddenly with a quick noiseless movement)
It clears the sidewalk and crouches in the grass
plot nt tho foot of n tree. Sometimes it will
remain thero without so much as the blink of
an eye for half an hour. Gradually the spar
rows fly to the cround and can be seen feeding I
In tho grass. Then the cat gets ready and with it 1
flying loap It lands right in tho midst of tho 1
flock. The frightened Birds scatter In all dlrec- I
tions. but the cat generally has one of them
clutched In Its mouth, and with Its victim 10 ua
runs across the stroet and onters tho buildinf.
This performance Is repeated morning after I
morning, and it Is very seldom that the cat rfl
does not catch a sparrow. Ill
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In same vill and must interfere, preventing WM
that exquisite fullness, ho natural ana m
graceful, nnd so much in vogue just now as
this pliable iJM
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t'll. Mnny ladles hnve bought the Imltntlnn
under the Impression that this article came M
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store, and tho gcuuluo B
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Is only obtalnablo at my placo of business. jfl
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blonde, chestnut, brown and glossy black asssi
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Attn ' rmxns or the past. 1
A CIIANCK Kilt KltfltVIIOUI.
SJciUk A package of Dr. Campbell's World il
yTJx3 jamoiia Safe Aratnlo Completion Wa- '
H -4B ers and a cak of ruulil'i Meitlcated H
C Ve- Arsenic Complexion soap cap txino. I
Jt T? 'aioeU for ihe small amount of 10a.
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