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she is probably one of .the mo$t
prominent suffragettes in the
country does she feel the need of
an evening dress.
A beautiful white brocade with
a square train and draped with
black lace was worn fqr the first
time at the evening functions
given in honor of the California
Neither Mrs. Porter nor Miss
Blaney, the other woman dele
gate, are like the usual concep
tion of "strong-minded women;"
They have all the "womanly
graces" of tactfulness, low voices
and gentle manners'.
CLEVER NEW IDEAS
Apparatus by which locomo
tive can be utilized as vacuum
cleaning plant has been invented
by German railroader.
Inventor has combined smok
er's pipe and cane, handle form
ing bowl for tohacco and shaft
Man who lost "his jaw bone
through disease has been given
an artificial one, made of gold, by
New York hospital.
Ohio manhas patented a scaf
fold for painters that is sus
pended from two ladders, spiked
. at their tops to prevent tlieir slip
ping. German agriculturist has de
veloped ' method of extracting
fibrous inner bark of hop vines for
use in manufacture of cord.
Rubber stamp to be strapped
to palm of hand has been patented
by Minnesota man fbr dating
eggs as they are taken from nests.
Michiean man invented milk
bqttle with hole i& one side,
through. ?wnich cream can be
drawn without disturbing the
rest of thcmilk. , ,
PrjneigJgof springkape meas
ure has been adopteqby. a Mass
achusetts inventor -of a coiled
wire aVtfjchmerit foj, '.electric
lights to permit thern being car
ried about jroom.
To doj.work of bee. -in cross
pollenizfqgiclover is'sipurpose of
new machine to be?dflven over
parryingpaflen fxpmbJoSsom to
blossom.3 , i "
KEEPING A GOQD THING.
"Well, if your farm doesn't pay
why don't you sell it?"
"Naw I won't sell it. Th' min
ute I do some smart college farm
er would take hold of it an' make
If fly-paper, sticky; fcuid, blows
against Wood work, clean it off
with kerosene oil. Then rub with
a woolert -cloth dampened with
linseed oil and polish off till dry.