Newspaper Page Text
THE REPUBLIC: SATURDAY. MAY 17. 1902.
BT. I.OCTS TIME.
irrlvala and Departures of Trains nt
pally, irsatu-day and Sundiy
Imily except Sunday. only.
Sunday ..nly I Kx-ept Monday.
Saturday usly. "Ually except Saturday.
AICK SHORV2. NLW YoIlK CENTRAL AND
liliiSON ItitXI;. BOS-TON AXI) ALRAXV.
A."l CHEfaAPLAKE AND UHlu RAILWAY.
Train. lJenurt. ArrKv
tcianupolLa impress ,i:32aru
:ew York and liusion Limited. fc:-o am
.nlckerbocker Spc. lal .en
o-k, Iloafon. V, athtnstoa.
ST. LOLIS AND HAXNIIIAL RAILROAD.
VaiiJi i leoart. Arrtva.
, ? nA Ejl-es t?:4llam T11:I0 ara
express t;:03pm '6:13 pm
tiV " & ET- !- Rr- (Henderson Routt.)
Tv,., ',",- . Depart. Arrive.
'ait Mall Onr.nRmm ,-1,..-..
T-K,.'iL';'lMhe and the Cast. 1:3 am
i-astern Lxpress - Owensboro.
ioverport, Louisville and the
WHIMSICAL NOVELTIES OF
THE SUMMER'S FASHIONS.
ItulUmore and I'nllarielnhlH . 12:0 nm f.-l". nm ilnridn TJmltwl . I, -.i...iti-
Sattoon and Alton Accommo- i Atlanta and Macon '
aation tiatm 10:42ara Fast lali-13iansuil-. Nash-
'?f.,0:;-. Jk"1 Yo.rki Cincinnati, vllle. lilrnuaslum. Monutom-
waahlriKton. Baltimore ana i erv. Chattanooga, Atlanta
i-iiiiaoeipr.ui impm -7:39 am Ji.uue. .cn Orleans and
"iiuu-.ira -jv-jv a. 10.. -.; p. in. Arrives
i. a. m.. "1:43 i m.
Jacksonville. Fla.: Charl-s-
Southern Esprers to Rvan
vl.. Nashville, rtlrmlrrham.
J.otilie. x.-n orlean. Thom-an-lile.
ka. oraia and St. Peters
S:53 pm 7:20 am
II. A. O. S-W. It. It.
Train. Detart. Arrive.
m.rlnnatl. Louisville. Wash-
mcton. Baltimore. Phtlluiel- I
i-hin and New Yirk Uxpress. 2:& arn "liJi pm I
-.nelnnatl. LuUlsvIlle. Wash
ington. Baltimoie Pnliadel
phlu and Neu mli Expr-i ;i:Uam i
hnclrnatl, Louisville. I'lttf '
I'urg. v ashlugtor.. lultlmore. ;
Phllxdelphla and New York
last Mall !: :m IJtam '
mcinnatl Accommodation .... 17:4i am fhWpm
."incmnatl. LouisMlte Pitts
nurg. Washington. Haltlmor-.
Pnlladelpftla and New York
Itoyal Hiue Limited 3,-OOam 5:4. pm i
'lura Accomni.dtlon 15:4) pro t.JZ m . ;tnerscn rity. ColuiribbV'itonnV
lora Accommo2atl"n :im .'.wp vllle s-dalla Karris Indian
','"JJT rKnni"daUon ....... IS:" u. i-m Territory and Texas i:xpre.i.-ll:43 pm :! am
'.cm Baden and hien.-h Lick . .. I Misourl. KanaE indlin Tor-
:-pnnjr.-laMoncn nute JJ"n o.'-pm , rUory an(1 Oklahoma Fiver.. 1S:K pm T:?:
.11.. K. A 'I'. "Till: katv:
Jr.Teraon City. Columbia. Boon
Mlte. Sedalia. Ton Sctt
Indian Territory and Texas
"tkP"," -v.. '3:15am
The Katy river." for Dal
las. Fort Worth. Houston,
i.alveslon San Antonio.
Mexico City and Interme
diate point-. S:H pm liX am
Xew Headdress Is Toque Shaped and Trimmed With nouqiiets
of Strawberry Leaves. Chiffon and Mas.-es of Gray Itlov-om?
I'.Iaek Velvet Iiibbon Is -Stil! in Voj;iie It Appears
Especially as a Decoration on Net Oowns.
11:111. IKTI1 HfllTr. l'Mll STATIO"V.
Train. Depart. Arrive. !
rr iianniDaj. it. a- tt. .1.
:S"i am 5i. pm
8-01 am M&S pm
Points. Oulncv. Iveckuk and
"cal to Hannibal
por Quincy and North -
for Si I'ul Minneapolis via
j.i ajue lines. Illinois and
w Iturlincton-Northern Pa
cific Expresp. for Kar.His
City. St. Joseph. Northwest
Nebraska. Black Hllln. tVjo
mine. Montana, Waihlnton.
Itiret Sound, Portland and
Orejcn 'i-.'vim "7:19 am
."ln City lixpres. ror Minne
apolis. t. Paul and Iowa 'ZllZ pm ::! pm
"he Nebraska - Colorado Ex
press, for Denver, Colorado.
1'tah and Pacific Coast, via
SL Joseph '::15rm !:TZ pm
-eical to Burllr.jrton 7-Wrm fiani
rir Nortliern lnwn, pu Paul
and MlnneaMfliH . . . 7:4t pm 1163 am
"tII()'ltI I'.icinc railway.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
3:01 am "10:05 am
e;:C5 am 5:M cm
i Fat Mall
Da Kxpross Kansas f'ltv.
PueMr. Denver. Salt Lake
City and San I'rancico :00am Sif pm
Wa5n!rr:on AecommoJatir-n . t5:"pm 17:55 am
, Ft .7 serh. Jrplln. "Wichita and
, Kansas Limited, and South-
. wes Missouri S:10pm : 2C am
t Kansas and Colorado express. l"i:in pm 7:10 am
I Creve Coeur Lake train lae Unlcn Station at
I "6:13 a. m . '3:15 a. m.. I!:3i p. ro.. tl:30 p. m.
I Oak Hill train leote I'nlon Statlcn at tS:15 a.
' m. tl'irio a m . t";:00 n. m. and 16:2) p. m
j Kirkwnd trair-s leave Union Station at 17:00 a.
. m.. jrO' i. m . 14 :P p m.. t6:5 n. m.
I I'ENNSTI.VANIA LINES WI-ST Or riTTS
I!I:RG PENNSYLVANIA RAILTIOAD
Trait:. Depart. Arrive.
Trains No ro ar.d 2L New
Tork. Phlladcirhia. r.altl-
far Illinois, via East Side line ! . "T1."" a".d v ashlnrton Special '3:44 am -6:47 pm
to Rock Island and Clinton. ircianipous ana .New jcik
Iowa 3-"l pm 7-10am Local 7:4v am .s.oopm
for DuDWue"c.'nd"La"4S:osse'."s'-Ilrm I7:10 am I "'w York limited ;i:J?r!? I?:?.!?;?
nr kariuu -iti- i -itii)jt I I - mj "-. -- - i - - . ;- -.. ....
iitnfr. omnln "at in,.r,'h 1 Vandalla Acccanmodalon alpm
lie.r' Vphr5.i.:. ir.".Sn' Irdlanapolis amd Nrv. Tcrk
ruh and Pacific Coast 3:"Opm e7: am ' ..c":I)rr.'"..--
iocal from Hannibal .. 1!:1)m iZ",.-"Jim-:"i-J:;;,-."-;Z.
J-Tor Alton Leave ,:41 n m., dally: 8M1 n. m.. '"'? c', '",7,1" - " "-
lallv 105 a m. dal v 1 11 n. m. e-reem B,.n. ! cal Sunday oily -111
lay: 3:TO p. ra.. except Sunday. l$ p. in., except l 3101IILU AMI OHIO.
lunday: t:50 p m., dally; 7:40 p. m.. dally: S::l I Train. Depart. Arrive-
v. iiu, at , .j., it. iu., cunuiij -ui. ruii.ern ft-ecini. -a.ivcti.i
) pm '5:1c am
"::4o am -:uj am
! St. Lr.uix and Florida Limited.
S- Iul and Tlnrlda Limited. S-3 ro
Murnh-hnm Srvnrtn f-hnsTer
Arrive, and Percy Ace mmodatlon 5:10pm U:04am
CHICAGO AMI ALTON.
fhe Alton Limited :':04am
Taine htate Lxpres- IBfCpn V6:1Z pm Ol"TIirilLV IttllAWY.
alace Hxpres. -3:M pm 7:18 w w' airi"i niVviu r I ra1
.lldnlnht Special llv'pni 's:lu am Train D-part.
Karma City Trnlii. The Belt Sp-Llal. except Sunday 6:16 am
Train Depait. Arrtv-. iMm.etor.. Loul.rl!Se. Lexinc-
itlsourl Stale Expre V.-Jam "IKprnl ion and wav stat'cn. Chat-
.ansas uity umiiea ..... ... -m:j pm -.rjsnm tanocca. Rome. Atlanta. Sla-
Train. Depart. Arriv.
Spiinpflelrt AcccnimofJatlon .... :p am
lRkaT3viIt via Vlnden 15:30 am tT:. pm !
crta Umiiwl 34 am t.Uprai
Sprlnpfield, Capital City Flyer :2Spm 10an am
lacknonvlll via Virdn U'S pm 100 am J
Roodhouse Accommodation .. t s pm 110:0 am j
CIIICAOO. I'ROIIXA AND ST. LOT IS !
IIAIIAVA1 I.C., l t ST. L.) j
Train Depart. Arriv. t
fisherman's Special I6:liam Jtil rn
rorla. Ikin. Sprincflld and
Jrseyi-i 8:14 am T.Sl pm
rhrutp.au Plough Grafton and
IZlsah S:14 am T:i pm
-.Iton. Chautauqua and Grafton t4:56pm U.Kam
Alton, frprlnsflild and Jersey
vllle T4:55pm 10:KJ am
Alton, cprinpflei jercyrtlla
and OmJton ;6:jS pm 10:5C am
-KT. LOUIS SOUTH WCSTKICN RAILTTAT.l
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Arkanas and T?xas express
vlf Klsmtrclc and Delta ... 2:00 am 7:15 pm
Arkansas and "leias Ffift Mall
(via Bismarck and DeJta) ... S;40 pm 7:00 ara
con and po.nts in th Sauth
Mount Vernon Accommo-latlr'n 16:1 pm
Trlrreton L'U'vtlle. t ilnjr-
tnn and Tra tationt. Knoj-
vill. A5l'vllle. Chattanoosa.
Hnm", Atlanta. Augusts.
CharIton. Macon and all
T-'iiPt-t in TT-tn-tA t,nA
S pm T :K ara
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Valley Park Acromrodatlon... 16jam fit?:') am
Valley I 'ark Accommodation... 3:)am :.JSfiu
I'aclflc Accommodation tS:30am tl :23pm
TexaR and Kansas Mail, fcr
i'arlr, Dallas. EnniH. Hous
ton Gal eft m. Carthage.
Joplln and Wichita SMRam 7:00 pm
Purine Accommodation U:.0 pxn J103 nm
Valley Park AccommMation...'t'tlt3 pm "4:30pm
Meteor and World'-- Fair Spe
cial, for iprlnRfield. Carthaue.
Joi'Un, Wichita. V nlta, Okla
lioma. P'-'nI-'on. Sherman. l.al-la-.
Fort Worth, Waco and
Brtywnn-ood 20 pm ;i:30 am
Vall-v Park Accommodation... 4:10 pm t6:40 am
parirtc Accommodation 76:24 pm l7:4Aqrn
VaIIy Park Accommodation... ifijflpm 7fi-13nm
Vally Park Accommodation... ;7:20 pra 27:30 pm
lai- and Kant-as I-lmlted. for
EurekR Snrlnirs, Fort Smtth.
larla Dallas. Greenville Cn
nit. Ccnlcana. Hou-iton Gal
veston. Austin. San Antonio,
Carthare, Joplln. Wichita,
Hurrton and the Wes: . ... 3:33 pm 7:1) am
U astern nxprepc for SrrinR
fl'.d. Vinlta. Dcnlson. Sher
man. Okiahotra. Garth ace.
.Toplln and ?Ceod-ta 10)0 pm 7:15a m
ST. L.. K. C. & C. R. II.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
I01-1P2 Mail Be-l'e. Ma. anJ
intrrmedlat points Z:iZ rm $:00 am
IKi-iOfi Sunday Si-ecial Ilelle.
Mo. and intermedlite point- 17:07 am 2S:15pm
Ili-JIi Accommodation Ul. JIn and lner-
medlatt potrts (t'aily except Sundivt. leave?
and-venter avenue at 6:59 a, m and Forsyth
Junction at 7:2J a. m Arrives at nwin; avenu
at 8:2.", p. m
' - r i. '."
p7xT ' - "Wi;"?'-' '" -' . ft
f.r - . . .-.l-r u.i- e' .j' - v."- I
' - . : - ' !--. S nv .vrv. . - - X if II ,
Mf-fy.-a mMF--y I '
; , ''' ' ' 7 ' 1' -V Syrup of Figs
;1 S:':J- i&tim&j 1 well-informed an
SLrf ', .-"
f i-' v
i BK -W .t.A
. S .-'- . --" :. -''?c.
V-.",rtVffe'ftsSiSj,Si5 ' tc i i';
WwfeK Iff Jvv&
',i, : ."rHSfe., iav.r -Si's.
appeals to the cultured and the
d to the healthy, because its com
ponent parts are simple and wholesome and be
cause it acts without disturbing the natural func
tions, as it is wholly free from every objectionable
quality or substance. In the nrocess of
manufacturing figs are used, as thev are
pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal
virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained
from an excellent combination of plants
known to be medicinally laxative and to
act most beneficially.
To get its beneficial effects buy the
genuine manufactured by the
TWO PRETTY HIVRIIVG (JCrt XS.
New and harmins fruit hat. arc in
vonu this season. Th"se tire nearh- all
en v.-lio ink th-ir r! t Ii- s and tlielr figure
verv s.'rn.iihh art l'.ii honed and laced
ini Ijpliieenih (Vi.turv linos as fast a
uttil" tiiiij-rso-an cope vv'th thir pound? anfi
a s-lvllful designer can take their measure-ffleuls.
Ti'i.i.E now kitkc:
(See C. P. & St. L.1
mo 3IOUXTAIX nciLTE.
tYaln. Depart- Arrtv e
Teras rast Mall, to Little "'
Uock. Texarkana. Dallas.
Fort "Worth and Abilene ... aS am -75 p-n
Delta. Columbus and Cairo Ex
press '. 'SDajn 7aSpm
Fast Day Express Dalla.
Fort Worth. Austin. San An
tonio. Houston and Galveston !lpai 7:S0p-n
Hot Springs Special s:'pm 76 Lm
Texas. Mexico and California ra
Sp-eial Dsllaa. Fort Worth.
Kl Faso. Los Anseles. Gal
veston. San Antonio and La
redo S:3)pm 7-";am
Men-phi Hrpres. S:4-pm TAam
IXIUKTII BTRCLT AND CHOUTEAU AVENUE
Je oto ana Ulsmarck Accom-
ST. I.OFIS MCIICIIAXTS' IlltlUOE: THir
MIXAI. ItAILWAY SLnLIUtAX TRAIX
Eastbound I-ave rishth and Gratiot streets,
dsllj 1-47. S:ll. 6:r3 p ra Except Sunday, 4:01.
16. .:37 81. 1:03. l! :u a. m.; ll:ns. !:4S, 4.
5:02 p. m. Saturday and Sunday only 11:41 p.
m. Sunday cnlj 34. 7:03. 5:09 a. m.. asi. 11:41
Leave TTa"hlnston avenue, dally 1:45. 1:15.
e:S p m Except Sunday 1:05. e:a 7;1 j:r;
lD-os H:Z3 a. m.: is.-it :). 4:04. 8:l p. ml
Saturday and Sunday orly ii:45 n m. Sunday
onl--t-i. 7:C9. S-.13 a. m.: 1::9. 11:(; p. m.
Westbound Leave Gnnlte Cltv. dally "-lJ,
. :12 p m. Except Sundav Z-AZ. 64 7-0" l-il
:". W-. a. m . 1:10 S-C3. 4:S3. S:K 7-li 9-17
r. m. Faturday nnly 1--.IS n m Sundav onlv
12:15. S:;s 8:'0. 100 a. m ; 1-10 p m. "Monday
only lz:l.i a. m Evcep- Saturday .7-4 p m
Iyeave Madison Pallv ;.17. 717 p m. Except
Surday-5:!9 tn. 7:. :H. .-!-. in-45 a. i
1:15 2:17 Sffl. 4:40. GK. 7:17. S:a p. m. SaturdiV
rri--,:K p" ,mr fi"5" onlj-i:::o. 6:C0. j-oj
lOii a. m.: 1:15. 5:45 p. m. Monday only ::
toque shape, of rustic burnt straw?. ;.i.i!
trimmed with tufts and trails of red. white
and black raspberries, bouquets of straw
berry leaves, blossoms and fruit comminpled
and most luscious displays of fat blarkber-
T"ii 1 tints' In AriA (note noas im f itll-liio f t
vines to which clung just a few white 1j1o- ! '''""' al Krpiiiullur liibluin Slriiik
soma It goes without sayins that this ap-I I)i-t-:ir:st- JInii) IIut..
petizinrr heodcear is snaiinetl up as scon as ,' -V. -ir nun-.ljcr r( women, whoee tate
ever it makes its appearance, nnd. with the ?"', "l1'V,",1!,iS:' dr.: " tcrvV rrsPef.t- !,a,Yt"
fruit Barnishment. It i noticeable that in ' "ZV-'Xvy f iheh-Sl'h"
their composition very little ribbon Is used. The stnrcsaic not verv ions, and wherever
and the small silt ornaments showing here ; their ends come together there a tulle ban
and there take the form of gilt and green is plafed, und"r the chin, at the back of ,
spiders, black and gold humble bees and ' nck or Just forward of the left ear. '
wasps and caterpillars of almost uncom- i ,c 'H'11 bow; b thp.. "I'"15'- s Eorne!hns i
fortnliln rnlUm , more t!,-'n a fashion It Is an institution,
lortable realism. anU js wo as f , fc n ,
The picturesque wide-brimmed shep- ; k.tchen as the millionairess in her mansion
r.crdess hats to be worn In the country and bv th sea.
nt tlie various watering places are trimmed i The tulle bow seems to possess a vitality ,
with chiffon and masses of gay blossoms i anl, a genuine pupularity that the sturdiest i
larce orchids, scarlet nonnies. liollvhocks. """ or velvet rinDon nat streamers can
&M A -
I ,.:,,:il k -n rrancisco, ta.I
for felc b
iv ail. druopiata.
Price, fifty cents per bottle-
If I I.- t.l , ir :. i. i 1.:.-
, ii ii. lic a. uiuf one. n pru:i ii ii ut- in vimt:
Then comes the Mower girl's hat. This
' lias two wreaths around it. The top
, wreath Is around the brim, and is composed
of small ro-i"- arranged tide bv side with
" no leaves visible, just a mass of little
rcses. The brim, which Is wide and turned
up at the side, has no trimming, but under
the brim there Is set a wreath of roses,
side by side, and closely packed together to
match those around the crown. The hat
has positively no other trimming, and is
. c,f :h pr. 1th t flower hats of the year.
It is a trick of the coquettish girl to scent
1 these flowers.
OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENT.
Each-10 Cents Each.
VAItinTY IX HCIr..
TOLEI10. ST. I.OI7IS A.XD WESTER-.
(CLOVEF. LEAF ROFTE )
'Thf Commercial Traveler"- "" Art"
Toledo liurfalo and New
York t-t .. ....-I
Toledo and New York Express. "Mi im !: Dm
"irpm 3s am
Ttamsey Accommodation . .
Continental Limited Detroit.
....Kjni rails, iiuuaio. n-" ,
Y-n-k and Boston 1:00 am r.it.TC
Toledo. Detroit Nlaeara Falls ..15 pm
Ilufralo New York and Bos
ton Express 8:30pm
Toledo. New Vork and Boston
Fast Mall '"MS am
Midnight Liml'ed Detroit.
Buffalo. New York and Bos
ton !!- ..
Toledo Lccal Express 7-24 am
5:50 pm SrJ0 ara
Banner Exnres Chicago
Banner Limited Clilcacn ...
I Midnight Llmited-Chlc.-iiro...
ILLIXOIS CEXTRAI. -Xortliern
Northern Illinois Express
Springfield, Freeport and Du
buque '7:52am !:40 pm
Teoria and Sprlmrfleld ll:3')am 47:09 Pm
Chlcaco Daylight Sp-clal Il:r0sm 7:00pm
SnrlnirfieM Aeeommrnlattrm .!-. nm lA.m .
Ctilcaco Diamond Htieclal 9:10 pm 7J24 am i
Taducah Mall nd Express
Murphl-sboro. Carbondale and
Marlon 7 0am
New Orleans Fat Mall Cairo,
Memphis. Jackson. Tenn..
ai.d Texas Express: Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jackson
SL Louis Special Cairo. Mem
phis nnd New Orleans
Marlon. Cairo. Sparta and
. 2:15 pm
and like showy flowers predominating.
Black velvet ribbon Ls quite as much in
evidence as ever, appearing In every pos
sible mode of using it. and especially as
a decoration en black net gowns.
Among the novelties at the Jeweler's is
net for the hair, the mesh being of gold
studded with baroque pearls and finished
with pearl pendants. The net is intended
to be worn with the low coifture and is
fastened to it with two short gold hair
pins. A novel idea this season is the use of
narrow taffeta silk bands or folds on dim
ity and lawn gowns. They are stitched
on in some fancied design of the had of
a tucked flounce and across the tucked
bodice in yoke form.
mere are likely to be a good many new
fashions In jewelry. Stones worn long ago
which have had to take a back scat are
once more to the fore because they accord
not command Just :l lew. nnrl thpv n vi-rv
f' w. women have had the courage to wear
?iod long ribbon ends down their backs;
the maior'tv Ignored them from tho n.-t
and. though every hat has a tail. It is
They Are- i:,r-ctally I'optilnr In Mlver
uuil Kunruel Thi St-amui.
There was perhaps never a greater va
riety in belts than is seen thii season and
so many are the accepted styles that the
difficulty is to choos? from the pret.y thl g.
offered. In silver and enamel especlal.-
there are fetching belts to be had. One of
hardly mi re than "a tab. ond at its longest ' "-'. done entirely In enamel, ls designed
never hangr beyond the nape of the nrek.
.. 8:12 am 1
S:12 ara 5:16 pm
New Orlean Limited Cnim.
Mi-ln and Creal Sprinc
t4:50pm 11:32 am '
l-JJOpra 31:22 am
Memphis: Dixie Fiver Nash
ville. Atlanta and Jacksonville
10:15 pm :!2 am
37ansa. City Exprtss
Kansas city rast Mall
Kansas City Limited ...
From Union Station
Council Bluffs and Omaha Ex
press "7:40 am
Cannon Ball Omaha 7:30 pm
Ottumwa and Des Moines Ex
press v.------ "8:00 am
Ottumwa. De? Moines and
Minneapolis Limited 7:30pm
J West Mob-rly and Kan.'.
City Local 7:49 am
-iiiceriv ijx-ai M:U5pni 'llaOam
... ..Twiu, i.uc m:,u pm n:gsEm
I Kinloch Fark
:24 pm l I-enrtisrn
From Olive Street Station
1 :-0 nm
. I'isppm J14:03 pm
.:':43 pm M-oi'pm
. '2:43 pra 5:4-1 i.rr
-11:00 am '1:13 pm
. ti:40pm v5:C0am
. t4:15pm K:M in
. "t:45 am t1:10 vm
. 8 :30 am 10:30 am
. '1:35 pm
6:20 pm t3:20 pm
rnCTTY SIIIRT-1VAIST SETS.
! has been photographed in the necklace so
often that it is rcnsiderwl one of her p'.c
! t r al features. The neck lace Ls in the form
I of five strings of pearls, all matched and
J carefully graduated as to size. It is worn
as r!oely a- possible about the throat and
Tlie-y Consist of Three- Itnnnd Ilnttnna
In the rinlntlrnt nf I.nnracl.
To be strictly up to date every woman
should noses' nt least one of thn n..t--
uhlrt -waist sets which are seep T in uch ' w Ins,e"ea jn ln0 ,?acK- nemes with a
variety In the shops. A set consists of three 1 Jlnmonrt and sometimes with a pearl clasp.
inneo-on DUttons anrl a l-it-fro,- ., --- i .i 3.o ... ...,. it,; a u.i.rsa
Little Lena from the citv
Thought it was a dreadful pity
That the country had no band;
Until one early morning.
Without a sunbeam's warning.
She came back from Slumberland.
All the freshened air was thrilling
With the most exquisite trilling
Lena thought she'd ever heard;
Nothing knew this city maiden
How the country air is laden
With the waking song of bird.
"Mamma' Wake without delaying.
Tor the country band is playing
Sweetest music ever heard."
Xow the band-berldden city
Hath our lassie's hmrtfclt pitv
Fur its lack of singing b rd.
STYLISH YACI5TIXC! SUIT.
of three-le'if clover, white as well as creen
I A leaf is tdaced at each comer of a small
j-ciuure. a line of the squares joined together
forming the belt nroner. The stems of the
leaves met at the center of each square. J
wnerc mere is set a large emerald, a small
I pearl appear ng in the hart of each clover
leaf. The huck e Is daintily dcsl-ned cf small
"line cinver ieave3 upon a green scroll
background, and an emerald is set high in
Xovelty belts in the various leathers.
It la of Crenm S,-rp;p anil I EfTertlvrly
Trlnimed Willi Ilnrk nine Mfc.
A stylish yachting suit of cream serge 1
effectively trimmed with pipir gi of da-It
biue silk end row upvii row of machin
stitchlng In th same color. The stitching
I appears upon a dpep fluunrc In clusters of
Fix, one at the foot, then through the een
I ter and at the head of the fliunce. which Is
! joined to the skirt with ... piping of the silk,
i A triple cape rollar. I!:ilhir.g the smartly
j l!oued Eton, has each niece stitched sev
eral times and edged w.tli more of the pip
ing. A lone scarf of silk coming from the
collar is tied in a do"..l ie four-in-hand, the
ends stitched in cream-colored silk.
XEW SILK WAIST.
with the light coloring of the material.
Those who have been treasuring up old
jewelry are having such stones reset with
the most satisfactory results.
Whether collars shall be worn high or
low has been one of the very serious dlf-
TO I'LIIMSII THE HUME.
Curtain nf Wliltr OrKimillr Mnslln
Are Attractive for "Window.
If j'ou are setting up your Lares and
Penates in a new ouarter. curtain t!u win
dows with white organdie niulln. ruffled I
and tied back. Curtain your parlnr windows
with raw silk in ambe- coli.r. A panel of
glass In v our front rk r would much im. t
prove your hall. Glass -an he bought which
ls so thiU: and impenetrable as to resist
winter storms, yet it admits a softened
glow of light. Mulhery red ls a fine color
for a hall if or.s carries it out with a crim
son carpet and Kiskr.ihm hangings in doorways.
A chair, a narrow hall table and a I
tabourctte holdlrr; a sm.ill palm are often
V hWiy -iM s5SA
gl- T irWI
! V && kj
E6i?-Miistt" Surplice Waist with Elbow.
S El-evei. J
062! Mines' Tive Gored Skirt.
Vcit, 12, 14 and 1C yeais.
Skirt, 12, 14 and 16 yr-rt.
C66!-MusisFancr , wiiuYoU,
8303 Mioa' dibaed Sk-tt
V.'aist 12, 14 and 16 years.
Skirt 12, 14 and 16 rears.
"iJE SURE AMD FILL 1.1 YOCR COERECT POST OFFICE ADDRESS.
THE REPUBLIC'S ORDER BLANK .',1115?
c,,i -o cent fone silver dime) to The Republic Pattern Department. Republic
IdlSgfor0 KACHnpattern orierk and nclose this blank j. Properly mted out with
.a bUSt Or WU1V ui -a; Jit iwi t... p---w...
your name, address an
Price 10 cents.
Price 10 cents.
Price' 10 cents.
Price 10 cents.
STREET AND NO
PINK LAWN DRESS.
With lace and tucked insertion yoke. Rlack
fcrences of opinion ameng the well dressed, i enough to furnish .- narrow hall comfortably
round pinned-on buttons and a larger one
in the same design for the belt. Mnnv of
these are In the daintiest of enamel, "and
others are beautified with the most delight
ful faces In miniature, suggestive of some
quaint old-time painting.
HANDSOME PEARL XECICLACE.
Cantacuzcne. a necklace whicli approaches
this one but bv no means equals it. The
Palmer pearls number nearly 200. and vary
in size, the smailest ones being worn next
to the chin, and the others gradually grow
ing larger toward the outside string.
I'rrttleal One In Hit- World Is Said to
Be Owned by Xevr YorU Lady.
The handsomest pearl necklace in 'he couth Tenth street, Monday afternoon at 3.
world is owned by a New York lady, wira - Thirteen directors will be elected.
TO ELECT DIRECTORS The nnnnnl
meeting of South Side Day Nursing Asso
ciation will lie held at the Nursery, No. 153
Makes Light, Delicate Cake,
and Rich, Flaky Crust.
Charming frocks ond numbers of them have
been sent collarless from the workroom,
and others, equally modish and tempting,
have been finished off with higher stocks
than we ever wore before. That the high
stiff band ruins the line and curve and
hardens the flesh of the neck is the contrn
t'on on one side, and that flat, colla-'ess
waists are unbecoming to the majority Is
the argument of the opposition. The result
has been that every woman decides her
neck trimming for herself and the majority
of young and pretty ones have leaned to
the collarless gown for afternoon and coun
Costumes of pure white, from plain taf
feta parasol to shoe tip, will be one of the
dominating features of summer dress, and
these gowns will be worn morning, noon
and night, in all their varying grades of
In fashionable summer tints all the roft
delicate shades in fawn, doe color and
brown and many golden hues in green and
yellow certainly predominate. j
lilt? 1UU1IU lU13i UlUSUlJI- UUL 1IC11 Oil
costumes and toilets of every sort, and fcr
even- possible occasion. It makes the short,
stout woman groan to behold what charm
ing things have been achieved for the com
ing season with these pretty waists yoked,
tucked. Moused, lace-banded, appljqued.
frilled and puffed. But who but a slender
woman could cany- off these distinctive and
elaborate styles with any sort of aplomb?
and richly. Flemish oak places made in
square shapes and neavv in ertect are good
In a hall. A mellow-toned tapestry, some
thing that melts readily into yellow, would
care of the hodv; how to exercise; how to
rest. It is learning to control one's nerves.
The game of basket ball, combining, as
it does, the exercise of both the mental and
physical powers, found instant recognition
riTnnm- tii director nf the rjhvsical training
bright red as well as the darker colors, i schools for women, and it may be said to
have til" I ather cui away In natterns of I mark the introduction of the true athletic
small diamonds to show an Interllrln- of ' snirlt In women's) colleges. Basket ban
I.OXC "WAISTED CORSET.
white, or maybe a color Red. with the
diamond pattern in white; white kid with
black, and black patent leather over white,
are must effective among these.
Clothes and Figure Arc l)eiujr Laced
Into Eighteenth Centnr- Styles.
Longer and ever longer waisted grows the
fashionable corseL The designers of stays
evidently regard the feminine form riivin.
as mere clav to be molded to suit tv....
ideas of grace and symmetry. We still re- ' ot the same would complete the set pret-
ind the i "'' lou can QIIen p'ck up ai secondhand
nntterflles. ninl nnd Ron ICnols Are
So far the lace stocking has enjoyed the
distinction if being the most expensive of
any of the fancy styles, and now that we
are to be treated to the added elegance of
jewels prices will go quite bjyond the rea-h
of any but the most extravagant dresser.
Butterflies, birds and bow knots in lace
applique have heen seen on silken stock
Inus for some time, but nf L-itn -th.-mt.-.eY,.--.
hav- been showing some very attractive '
supplies a lorg-felt want and combines the
beneficial results obtained from the rope,
liar, running, jumping and other gvmnasium
exercises and has the additional interest
and spirit of competitive mart.
As the tree is fertilized by Its own broken
branches and fallen leaves, and grows out
of its own decay, so men and nations are
Lettered nnrl Imnroved bv trial and refined
j out of broken hope and blighted expecta-
D1IXTIES FOR SIMMER GIRT..
Foulnriln and Poncee Are
In the height of her glory the summer
noveines v. 1111 uir instep almost entirely of e,,i is to oon tho softest, daintiest, live-
.iiii. -j,., t..j.. ..., . -..ii vitiiwit aiirays 01 :
nm VR nf ' ,1 . 1 i . ,. ni.i,n -rt... f..,...'
,. . j . ... . .T -'-- iirsi Illltl fllt-t'I I--1L Ul lUl II.-. All-" IUUIU1U.
nowers or acornen wun ua.nty applique de- j le oM-time favorite pongee under Its new
The-- stocklnes are ,,.-- , ... .... co-rnomen of Shantung, the- are prom-
r-,- , . ... iiii-cviik iiiv ---ir r ininrti r a r nr n-T -inr.rnv: t 1 niiui :uiv
one resist the tascinating ana artistic ue-
vry acme rf exqul:te daintiness and beau
ty. Jni- euect 01 tne tmn moussellne. show.
Ing the faint tinge of the pink ilesh under
neath, is wonderfully pretty.
WHITE PIQUE COAT.
be the thing for; the davenport in your par
lor; two or four mahogany chairs with seats
ccive the law on rfigure-building. and the -
ij --ea ui itjuis ,-v v uux: ut-vii revivea. In
the days of that merry monarch flesh was
considered a gross vulgarity, and when a
woman could no longer maintain a tapering
rigid slenderness of waist and hip she bid
farewell to court and King and hid her too
rounding curves in the depths of some re-
shops chairs in good shapes that are worth
having done over ana uno:sierea to corre
spond with seme special scheme.
"Eyen" Mar Re Eaily Taken Ont l-r
Firt Slicing Ihe Fruit.
To take the "eves" out of a pineapple. If
the proper utensil is- not at hand, it wi'I he
found that -dicing the fruit first greatly fa
cilitates me opjrauon. jt Is easy after-
ites me opjrauon. jt Is easy after- ,,-hite
I- to cut off the skin if the pine Is to I CVI
ervc.1 In slices, and, obviously, still less I ,,1 ..
;ult If to cut the fruit into dice Is in- I uf thi
-.1 U. LIU
SEJIMER I-I.OIVER GIRL.
LITTLE STOCKS AND TIES.
Thexe Xoveltlesi Are Made of Dnrlf
Natty little stocks and ties are made
; or narK nuie louiarus. wun poika dots In
sims at.d colorincs of the new satin and
panne foulards? Dreams of beauty thcy
rcally are dreams that have materialized
for the adornment of our beautiful nnd
ifflnTv -immer rrlrl. whose return we wel-
I come with renewed warmth this season,
I The pongee3 are so artistically made thrtt
' thev are to be worn on the dressiest of
I occasions as well ns when a really useful
gown Is required. The creamy tones com
: bine most charmingly with the glistening
white satin, and the soflcr tones of chiffon
blue, the green 01 old Tviie. tne red
e cherry are all artistic combinations
his tavorlte silk.
CHEERFUL YOUNG WOMEN'.
In Trimmed "With Wreath
Rosen Aronnd tlie Brim.
true art. She.
l, " "S. hEJ0tU'.-t-hl T?MH-e--.-i boa of petals. For this she may choose
arlntetjieh: srith -rth t'?,"""c..cuA' y Ttals. n crinkled crepe or in silk mus-
Sj . ii.. liti i- rc. '" ""c--'aces im Deautuuiy p:aneu or m trepine. ine
Girls Who I.nuRh Are Said to Have
For a good, everyday household girl
angel, give us the girl who laughs. Not
white. The tie ends ara bound with T white it "iT"'"'"'. "-."'E ""l. "."2,. "t'
of , silk and a. narrow turn-over of the same ' !,""" Z'L'Z" Vn. ."''"'J" 5"".r', ,u f'.':
' finishes the stock.
GY3IXASTICS rOR WOMEN.
Game nf Basketlinll Exercises Roth
the Mentnl and Physical Power.
Many people think that "physical cul-
tion and whose influence tends to put every-
1 uouy eise in gooa numor.
Her pastry may not always be jut right.
I and she may occasionally burn her bread
and forget to replace missing buttons; but
her solid comfort all day and every day ls
the very paragon.
nomc witn ner in. it is not a battlefield.
ana a wrist iiKe iron, she -n-, -.. - , l ::, s -. j ....-......;- ..,. v. "T. ....,.--. - . -.-L-:-:- -. ' ...r : : . --J, -.--.
r.n,,nd wnman itrt c ti- . .'-" . iw petais are cut out iinu uu.uww mm oiacK, , iure jnu.viu n- uuh s liiniisium suit ana 1 nor me one long, uncnaing ugnt.
K?mSi rorMi Tthiv ii,ii F0",61 ,an-- -I an probaoly. for the touch of black ls every- go throu?h a few calisthenics. It means so The faculty of always seeing the bright
2H ,;,!,, ??- SSJ. -.e-us-n of re- where. A boa or if it be short it Is called much more than that. It means-the science side, or, if the matter has no brujht trlde.
These raw mcthodsT nSdf: -. , -. a afock-of this description, is fastened . of living: how to be strong mentally, morally of polishing up the dark one. Is important
been hroueht to this rnn-Tt. -ti-- have i around the neck with a. big Jewel, an arne- and physically; how to make the most ot . and one of the things no girl should be
ocen nrouent to mis country, and the worn- J tcyst if it be a lavender boa. a turquolso J one's life: to know what to eat: how to take wlthouL
mm K mmsm
Form" Summer u v
I C 0 R SETS I
H Ti-nc far yo-trsun-tzc-ccr-te-ief. II 1
111 --'sr- your tila izsza B
A &- Vourco-.:c--iev.:::t twice
IU srj3 ovcrth-' rew corset. The .1
13 V. D. n-c: rcrm surr.m:r raodel Of
' il :'"e acsrc- -rcct form fi-rurcs, 1
Hi r-'e-s .". the ttr-dn from th-r bust H
fl nnd -ibJot-ien and arc as Ujht as a HI
kjl fnthcr. Made of tec white linen HJ
W lutistc in the follow-tlg modeb : n j
S 5 for sliest figure: ! S!.M U
pi 5-3 for mctiium lifrurcs : I.C3 B
H 172 for developed Scura 1S2 H
H Ml for medium Sfjurcs Z3 9
fjj CCJ for stout fibres ZUS
If j If your deAler cuuot supply you H
III send price of cored Ccxired to
m fEINGAETEN BROS. I
fik 377 Broadway. N. T. M
JU XrfntmfiacocKtsiatlMVttltt ,
n.f,WSiu., -j, -.
?- .' Vjs-t i j '.Virj ,J
,. u- . ., , aat
-...m- -- - ffrsyi ?t.m?
v?.t4--' ivfV$ ferVi