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TFTT3 KiSr-UBLTQ: S3 AT UK DAY. -TUSK 21. Tf',')-.
Arrive anil Departure or Train at
Diiir. ttbaturday and Sunca'
fDflllv rrrt Sup.dav. onlv.
tSundav oily. lL"Pt Monfiy- .,,
"aiii eJLceft w""w-"
IJ. A. O. S-W. Jl. It.
Cincinnati, Louisville, vvasn-
iRElon, Baltimore. Phlladel-
pbia, and New York Express 2Sain l:S5p:n
Cincinnati. Louisville. Pltts-
tourir. Washington. Baltimore,
I'miaaeipma ana ,en' vors.
ast 31&U .... ....
Cincinnati Accommodation ...
Cincinnati. lmlill". Pitts,
, "S.OS pm 7 31 am
, tJ:H am t(:S2 pm
burr. Wasfcineton. Baltimore,
PhllaOelphla and New York
Rovat TtliT. TJtt,Ho1 )-Wam
Flora AccommodaUi.'i BMpm t8:Jtam
Flora Accommclatlrn ........ JS-os am :9: pm
Flora Accommodation .... .. J6.&3 pm tlQ.32 am
West Bden ard Trench Uck
Sprints, via llonon Route .. J:0Oara '5:45 pm
BLRLI.NGTO.V ROUTE OJIOX STATION.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
For HvinlbsL n 4 St. J.
ints. uuiocy, iveoKux ana
Local to Hannibal T.Uam
For Qulnur and North ......... t :U am
5 3t pm
or u I'aui, .vinuiapol!s, Ma
East bide line. Illinois and ,
Wisconsin 'SiOlara 'liapa
The burllngton-Northern Pa-
clflo' express, for Kansas
City. fct. Jowph. Northwest
Nebraska. Black Hills, Wo-
mlng, lonlana V. asmnstun.
fuctt souna, l'orcianj ana
rwln City Express, for Minne
apolis. St Paul and Ioia ...
The Nebrafka - Colo-ado Ex
2.15 pm '1:111 P'J
press lor Denver, Colorado,
Utah and Pacific Coast. vU
St. Joseph 1 15 pm
Local to fturltcgton
FVll TCnrlham Inn a
ana Minneapolis . . "j: sm i, ""
For Illinois, via East Sid" line
to Rock Island and Clinton. , .
Iona ... ... S-5I pm 1 10 am
Ft.r Dubuque and La Crosse "S.:i pm ti;:10aui
For Kansas iltv d m-ii
Uluffs, umalia St. J i-ph,
Denver, N::rak.i ",iorailo,
Utah and Pacific uoast . . 3 00 rra . 19 am
Locel for Hannibal ". M am
For Alton Leave 7 II a rn . aallv . S 01 a tr .
aally: 10 V a m daMj I "i p m . except S-'ji -day,
2 00 p m , except Sundv , :, li p m exc-pt
Sunday, i 50 p rc uu Ij , P p m . ca v . S.-l
T m . da!l 11 1" p m . bund.vv onlv
CHICAGO PCOIII V AMI bT. LOUIS
UAIMVAV-(.C, I. & SI'. L.)
Train Ipart. Arrlv e.
Fishermen's Special MUn ;.japm
Commuters' Kxpie . . .. t4 C6 rm t.)am
Peoria Pprlngtleld and Grafton
Jxpress . .
Alton. Chautauqua and Kit-'il
Springfield. Alton and Jersej
;;i.45 pm :
, 14 ZS pm "I0:K am
i!trt- r-llftnr, Trrn, and
Graiton . . .. . ?T:K amf110-53 pm
Sprtwrflcld. Jerseyvl'le and
j ration .. ... iC45 pm 10 5 am
"clflCAOO AM) I.TO.
7 21 pra
tfi 12 pra
S 15 cm
T OS am
tT 2 Dn
The Alton Limited 9:04 am
Prairie State Express
...Tli ' pn
n ) l-m
11 :4 ' pm
... S?M an
Mlaiour! Fiate Hxdt?b ..
fprlncfield. Capital Otv F'ytr
ackacnllle lz. Ur'inuu?e
Sprfnitfie'd an! JackaoniKc .
bprlrgfleld Special .. - - --
S H am
18 91 am
tj v im
Z: Opn 10 1 am i
JT.lS ;m .... J
.. :io ssrm i
ST IU1S SOUTIIW CSTfcUN RAILWAY
Train Depart. Arrive.
Arkansas and Texas :xprea
(via B'smarck ard r tta) . Swam .lapm
Arkansas and Texas tat Mail
(la Bismarck and Dlia. . g.i3am :QQam
Val.ey Park Acrommodation. . th aj am
Valley Park Accommodat.oi.... JS 2i am
Fad tic Accomirodaticn . .. ,;SJ3am
Tces and Kancaa Mail, for
Parts L-alU. Erni . IIou
ton. Galrston, fartfOBe. Jcp-
h nnj wtfhtta ... . aj am
j am !
nciftc AccomiroUatito tl 10 pm 'ICTS am
valley Park Aootnmo'r.tlj'i ..ll.:i pm 1"4 -30 pra
Meteor and Vor)d K-lr fcpi
cUl for fc-prlnjtneid, Cntaff-,
Joplln. Wichita, Vlnlta. Okla
homa. Denlwn. Sherman, Dal
las rort wort a ivaco ana
Valley Park Astomir latlon...
T4ilfl Aroomraoda irn
2 -0 rm -ni-20 am
14 lpin t:49om
t. 24 n t7:i am
Vftiie VHtrlt Avf,mmoJaiion .. tGlin
t. la pm
Valley Park Accommodation . t'lH rm
Txa fend Kansas XAtn t-d. for
TCurfka Spring Fort Smith,
Paris Da'las Grenililt. F.n
nls. Corslean. Houston. Gl
YKlon Anslln. Kan Ant nlj.
Crthac. Jop'ln. WKhtta.
nurrton and th45 .Ve't
S:33 pm 7:20 am
WVntvra HTpress. fcr Sr ne
void. 1nlta. Dcnlfon Sher
man UKianoma Lnn2E
Jpplln ard Neodesha ....
10 03 pm , TlS a-
IRON holataix route,
Train. , , berate
Texai Tat Mall, to Little
nick. Tjpxarkam, Pallas.
Fort Worth and AbHn.. . S.OSam
Delta. Columous and caiw Ei-
8 00 am
Tat Day Express Dallas,
Fort wcrtn. AU'im, tun An
tonio, Houston and Galvenon ".21 pm
Texai. Mexico and California
Special Dallas. Fort Worth.
KI Paao. Lop Angeles. Gal
veston, Fan Antonio and La
redo 520 pm
Mmrh!i 13xTrt?s 8:40 nm
FOURTH STREET AND CHOUTEAU AVENUE
Dft Soto and Bismarck Accom
modatlon 5:20pm S:i0am
Train. ., Depart. Arrive.
I7crthern Illinois Express t
finrlnaileld. Freeoort and Du-
bonne .-. 7:52 am
Peoria and Spring fleld 11:23 am
Chlea-o DayUght SpeclaL ..-.U:33am
Sprtnxfleld Acccromodatlon M:45 pm
Chicaco Diamond Special .. . . 9:10 pm
Faducah Mall and Express
Mumhrsboro. Carbondale and
7 00 pai
Karion .,.. 7:20am
KW Orleans Fast Mall Cairo,
ana exas .xprtss, aen
viilf, Atlanta and Jackson
ville BL Li SDeclal Cairo. Mem
8:12 am 7:?4 pm
phis and New Orleans .-8.12 am,
Marlon. Cairo. Sparta and
Cheater f4J50 pm
.Marion and Creal Springs.... 4.50 pm llU2am
.New Orleans Limited Cairo,
Memphis: Dixie Fljer Kash-
vUle. Atlanta and Jackson-
Vlt ....10 15 pm 602 am
UKB JSHORE NEW YORK CENTRAL AND
HUDSON RIVER, BOSTON AND ALBANY
AND CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.
Train. Depart- a rri .
Taaianapolls Express 7 Jjm pS
New York and Boston Limited. SJUam S.45 Dm
Toft Bostrn Wasblngton.
Ualtlmore. one) Pblladelpnla .12:00 noon 6:45 vm 1
Uattoon and Alton Accommo- I
dauon 14:55 pm :46 am
Bnston. New York Cincinnati.
Waiblncton, Baltimore 'and
Philadelphia 11:30 pm Z.SOam
Cincinnati Express 8 C-6 pm ( 00 anv
Ahsn Leaves 10sa a. m S:4i p. m. Arrlrea
Jrts) a. to.. 1:43 d. m.
FULL PROHIBITION TICKET
IS NAMED FOR MISSOURI.
Taxation of Franchises and Moral
QnallflcBtlon for Snffracc
CTlnton, Mo.. June 10. In one short ses
sion this moraine the Prohibitionists nomi
nated their Stale ticket by acclamation, eo
lscted their Stats Central Committee and
adopted a platform. The State candidate
chosen are: For Supreme Judges. Rueben B.
Soblnson of Kansas City. J. P. Orr of Hol
den, the Reverend A. F. Butts, Springfield:
for Railroad Commicsloner, lone term, W.
C. JIor9, Ie Soto; short term. Doctor "W.
N, Keener, Jamesport; for State Superin
tendent of Schools, Doctor D. R. Dunsan,
On call of congressional districts the fol
lowing State Central Committee was named:
At large, C E. Stokes, Mexico: First, James
Curd. Palmsa; Second, B. O. Terry, Green
castle; Third, S. S. Harden, Gallatin;
Fourth, M. P. Hunt, BL Joseph; Fifth, Iff.
8. Crouch, Kansas City; Sixth. S. P. Faris,
Clinton; Seventh, the Reverend E. E. Ma
CleUan. Sedallar Eighth. John G. Bauer.
Chamois; Ninth, Roy Beck, Montgomery
County; Tenth. D. S. Webster, Kirkwood;
Eleventh, Andrew G. Grasslcy, St. Louis;
Twelfth, John O.. Rolfe, St. Iouls; Thlr
tenntli. A. V. Dixon, Barry County; Four
teenth, J. M. Fulkerson. Stoddard County;
Fifteenth, Captain J. N. Riehey, Neosho:
61xteenth, Sam aiagee. Mountain Grove.
The platform declares for convict labor on
roads, for an Inviolate school fund, for mu
nicipal or State control or ownership of pub
lie utilities, for the Initiative and referen
dum and election by direct vote. It con
demns anarchy, the use of billboards and
newspapers for advertising liquors, and the
MAMfnsAAnsrmr j4 ItrlTtnii Imtisi) Tt11 sTMZ
peclslly "the eldest and mightiest trust, the J
liquor trust, are concemnea. laiaira oi
franchises and a moral qualification for suf
(raft are advocated.
ST. LOUIS AXD UUMIIAL RULROAD.
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Mill anil Express. X 4 J am til. 1 am
Wall and Express. -i&.lttpm C:15 pm
l. & x. r. n.
Florida Limited v la Nashville.
Atlanta and Macon
Fad Mall EvansMUe. Nash
ville. UErmtrgham. MoutKcm
ery Chattanooga. Atlanta,
Mobile, New Orleans and
Jacksonville, ria . Charles
ton, C C
Eoutnern Express to Evans-
4:16 pm 1.33 pm
:a am I:1C pm
Mile, Nashville. Dlrimnsham,
Mobile. New Otlears, Thom
flsvllle. Jacksonville. Palat
ka. Oca'a and at. Peters
burg, no " P"
L.. II. & ST. L. IIY. (Henacron houie.i
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Fast Mall Owenstoro. Clover
pert Louisville and the East. S:Kam '..IS pm
Eastern Expret Owensl-oro.
M.7 IcrJtT"TIin KATY."
TraIn ' Depart. Arrive.
Jefterson CltA Columbia. Boon-
t!l. f.M'alla. Fort Sett.
Indian Territory and leias
The Katy Fler." for Dal
las, Fort Worth. Houston,
:a1.trn. flan Antonio,
9.13 am 'C.M pm
Mexico City and Intermediate
-T-RVrscn CItv. Columbia. Boon
Mile. Sedalia. Kansas. Indian .....
Terrlton- and Toxas Exp f-a .1:45 pm 10 am
Missouri. Kansas Indian Ter- . .
rltory and Oklahoma Flyer.. tS:33 pm 7 z! am
VANDM.I. LI. MS.
PENNSYLVANIA LINES WFST Or PITTS-
IIUIMI PCXNS YLVAN1A HAILIIUAU.
Trains Nos CO and 21. New
lork. Phllafli-lphls. ualtlmore
and Washlnrton Frecial . ..
, 44 am ! 40 pra
Indianapolis and New York
New York Limited
1 n pm
Columbus nnrt F!astern r!xDrss. 8 13 pm
Vi-dolla A-ccmmt-vlatlrn 5U0 pm
InHiannplls ard New T rk
Fxprets '11-3S rn
Hist Mall I 40 am
IrdiarapoPn and WL Louis Lo
ci! :iinrtav rnW .
SIOIUI.i: AMI OHIO.
Tnln Depart Arrive.
Fouthern SpK:l il 'SllBam
ct Inls rfnd riorida I.'mltrd "01 pm
ct Lnul" and riorida LiT'ted $ pm 55 am
llurphv shore Sparta. Chester
and Peres Accommcditlcn . S 10 rm 11:04 am
WSSOriU PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Train Depart. Arrive
Tost Mall ! 00 am 1C tVi pn
1-Oi.aI npreFs '7.3 am 5.50 pm
Vt r.xpT" KaiLSTS "1ty,
Pueblo. Dener. Salt Laie
Citv and Fan Fra-'cl . 09 am 5'tto pm
Wahlrgtrn Accommodation .. t5:23am tl.am
St Joepn. Joplln. MeMta and
Kana Limited, and South-
wet MIouri . S:11pm 729 am
Kansas and Colorado Htpre-s 10 11 pm 7:10 am
Crete Coeur Lake trains leave Union Station at
I 15 a. m , a.lS a in . 1130 p. m . 5S5 p in..
7 31 n m
Oak Hill train leave Unlsn Station at 16 15 a.
m . tl3.lt) a m.. IS 00 p m. and t6.20 p m.
KlrUwood trains leave Union Station nt t7:00 a.
m. 21.30 n. m. 1.43 p m. (Saturday onlj), fi.10
P m . 6 25.P.ni
ST. LOUI&-LOUIS V1LL LINHS
Train. Di rart Ari e
The Bflt Special i6.!6 am ti:;6 pm
Prlncetcn. Iu)JlKIIle, Lexing
ton and wav statifn1. Chat-
tancoca, Rom. Atlanta Jl.-
con and points In the South
east 74'Jam '6.26 pm
Mount Vernon Accommodation 'M pm 1S.C1 am
Pr.nceton, lulvlll, Lirtnff-
ton and nay stations. Knox-
illle Afheville. Chattanocga,
Rone. Atlanta. Autrrusta.
Charleston. Macoi and all
ixlnts In riorida and the
Soueatl 9lipm 7-22 am
ST. LOUIS. IC, C. AND COLORADO 11. H.
(From Union Station.)
Train Depart. ArrH e.
101 -r.d 1P2 Mall and Express
Belle. Mo., and Intermediate
points 3:16 am CSS pm
1C3 and W4 Accommodation
Union, Mo., and intermediate
-pclnts E0J pm 7:43 am
1C5 Accommodation Bo.le Mo..
and intermediate point. Frl-
daj, Saturda and Sundar .. 6:03 pm
106 Accommodation Be le. Mo.,
and intermediate rcl ts. Pat-
urda, hunday and Monday 7.45 am
107 and 10? Cree Cocur Local . ! rm j:15 pm
st. locis-pco'ria lix tz.
(See C. P. & St. L.)
ST. LOUIS 3ICUCHXTSt RRIDGE JTER
3IINAL RAILWAY SUUURRAX TRAIN
Eastbound Leav Eighth and Oratlnt treet?,
riillv 1 42. 511. 6S0 p m. Except Sunday. 4 04,
C:16. 7:27, 851. 1005. 11:13 a. ra.; 12.CS, 2:4C. 4:07.
I:02 P- m 9aturda and Sunda onlv 11.41 p. m.
Sunday orlj 1:24. 7:05, 9:09 a, m-; 12:23
Lcae Washington Avenue, dally 1:46, 5:15 534
p m Except Sunday. 403, 6:21, 7.41. I-.S3. 13 C9.
11:23 a. m ; 12 12, 2:50. 4.04, 8:00 p. m. Saturday
and Sunday onlj 11 tip m, Sunday only 5:23,
7:"fl. 9:13 a m.: 12:29 o. m.
WetlAund Lea e Granite Citr, daily 1.10,
2:12 S.E5. 712 r rn. Except S-indav 515. 6 04.
702. S-14. 9 23. 10.42 a. m.: 3:23, 4,5. 7:12. 9.17
?m- Saturday only 12:13 P m. Sunday only
2:15. C.'in 5:00. 10'ftO a m.; Sunday and Monday
only 12 15 a. m Except Saturday anS Sunday
542 p m
Leave Madison, diUy 1:15 2.17, 6-02, "'17 p m
Except Sunday-5:10. 6:03. V S:12. 9 22. l-'S
a, m.; C.27. 4 M0. 9 21 p. m. Saturday only 12.20
p m Sunday only 12 2, 6 V, 8:05. 10:05 a. m.
Sunday and Monday only 12.20 a. m.
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS AND AVESXERN.
(CLOVER LEAF ROUTE.)
Train. Depart, Arrire.
Tr Commercial Traveler
To'edo. Ruffalo and New York 7 20 pm 7:40 am
Trlfdo and New York Express. S Ort am 08 pm
Ramsey Accommodation 1.32 pm I::, am
Train. Depart. Arrive.
Continental Limited Detroit.
Niagara Tails. Buffalo. New
York and Boston "3:00 am J:1S pn
Toledo Detroit. Niagara Tails.
Buffalo. New Tork and B2s-
(ton Express 8:30 pra
To'edo. Nw York and Boston
Mldnleht Limited Detroit. Rwf-
2:iSam '1.33 am
fftlo. New York and Boston ..ll:32pm 2:C0 pm
Toledo Local Express1 7:C4am 9:00pm
Banner Express Chlcaso 9J3 am l:Ci& Dm
Banner LImited-Chlcaito 05 p-n 7-j im
MlanlKht Limited-Chicago U 31 pm S:bl IS
Kansas City Line.
Kansas Citr Kxrress islam
Kansas nty Tast Mall 2:lSom
Kansas City T.lmited n 15 5m
From Union Station
Council Bluffs and Omaha Ex-
6 so am
Cannon Ball Omaha' W.
Ottnmna and Des Moines Ex-
"" .. - --... s7:4am
':30 pm 7-05am
oKuV.-"dW- MoineV-and ,m 'Vm
Minneapolis Limited ; J5 pm SiSOam
West Moberly and Kansas
,!Vr Uxni 1:40 am S:5d pm
Moberlv Local .... 5.05 pm '11:10am
East-Decatur Local '4:40 pm ll:0Sara
l-'i Ch;rl,?' -.. 111:30 pm 4Mpm
Klnloch Park M-13 pm .......
Ferguson 'i.4ipm '4:05 pm
lerguscn '2:40 pm n-.tt rm
erBnon t.20 am
FrrBUsor. 110 3) am
From Olhc hi-eet Station
Ft. Charles 'lUCOam 'lSpm
t hri" t5:pm U-A9am
Bridweion t4:lSpm :s 40 am
Brldselon -41 am ft 10 pm
i-ereuson . 50 am 10:.( am
... ts.29 pm t3:?l rm
ON CANAL MATTER.
Administration Ilns lYo Donbt Panama
Cacul Project "Will Be Passed
by This Congress.
Washington, June 30. There was a very
sanguine feeling expressed at to-day's
Cabinet meetla?, as to the canal proposi
tion. Secretary Hay had a long conference
before the mectins with Senator Morgan
and other Senators, and all the advices that
had come to the White House before the
Cabinet meeting went to assure the Presi
dent that some canal legislation at the
pending session ls a certainty and almost
as strong was the evidence that that legis
lation -nould be In favor of the Panama
well assured Is the administration of
the outcome that discussion already has
taken nlace of the steps to be taken to.
carry out the purposes of the act. and It ls
understood that the State Department will
deal with the diplomatic features of the
canal project involving, of course, the con
summation of the Colombian treaty, while
the Attorney General will pass upon the
question of sufllclency of title to the Pana
TonboBl Darned at EvansTllie.
Evansville, Ind., June 20. Early this
morning, the towboat Al.ce E. Barr burnca
to the water's edge as she lay In the local
port. Loss J10.0W; insurance Jl.EOu. The
origin of the fire ls not known. The watch
man of the boat, William Jaglcr, was -sleeping
in the cabin and bad a close call for his
life, being carried from the boat by fire
men. The boat was owned by James Gray
and James Moore and was built at Cincin
nati. All About Michigan
And the way to-get there. Call at the Illi
nois Central City Ticket Office. Unusually
low tourist rates now In effect.
STYLISH TOQUES OF
TURQUOISE BLUE VELVET
Somber Colors Are Considered Depri'ssini: Gay Scotch Fabrics
of a Brilliant Brown and White Are Greatly in Vogue
Fancy Cape Is Three-Qiiaileis Length, of a. Ma
terial of Gray, Green and Black.
Hi ' nWr Tilly
A toque developed In pretty cloth with
out any angles and yet smart of out
line ls usually more becomins to a face
not youthful than the wldc-brlmmed
felt, and is awfully comfortable when
lounging. Such a pretty toque was made
for a traveler lately of graceful folds
of black cloth, with a clever chou of
turquoise-blue velvet in front. That pretty
and clever chou worked around to the sido
during the process of a nap was not a whit
less emart or becoming.
Time was when a steamer rug was an
English one of sober black, gray and
white, with perhaps a red knot appearing
occasionally; now these somber wrappings
are considered depressing, and the gay
Scotch fabrics are in greater vosue. One
witl. a ivld brilliant brown and white, with
stripes of light blue, has Its reverse side of
checks of blue, green and white, with the
heavy fringes of all the colors.
A great cape, bearing an ultra-smart Eng
lish name upon the maker's tng, is of three
quarters length, of a material of gray and
green and black fine stripes, with the lining
GOWN OF RED VOILE.
of a gay plaid cloth of blue and green. The
fringe cf all the edges ls of a mixture of
these colors. Down the front are wide
shawl revere of the plaid, fringed, and held
back by round brass buttons The hood is
of plaid, as ls also the small collar.
Another cape ot immense chic is on the
outside cf a soft, demure gray-and-black
plaid, with the inner side of a red and soft
sage-green plaid The hood is plalir red
with turncd-up edges all about It of plaid
and strappings of plain red trim the cape.
Large pilver buttons are an added charm.
Nothing can well he more smart than
the very light pigskin English bag and
dressing ense and hit box with brass trim
mings, unless it be the black walru3 leather
traveling accoutcrments with brass trim
mings. The willow trunk with covering of
black canvas heavily bound with leather
and with heavy mountings adds to the own
er's Joy. as she gazes upon her pile of lug
gage, by Its complete comme 11 fautness.
Steamer tiunks are made after this model
and they are lighter In weight and very
durable. The huge round-top trunk, the
Saratoga, ls a thing of the pisL
If beside the walru3 skin cr the pigskin
belongings ls an English satchel of straw,
and a shawl-strap bundle of gay steamer
rugs, one's biggagc will have an air of cor
rectness essentially Impossible to aaqulre
untraveled. Even the oldest traveler has a
natural. If mild, curiosity over the people
with whom one ls to ppend eight days in
close Juxtapcsitlon. and the visible hall
marks are the belongings and the clothes.
Anything other than quiet well-built and
unostentatiously smart ls "Impossible."
High-heeled shoes and befeathered hats
come under this category, and neither are
unknown. Every one has seen them both
aboard ship, worn by a first voyager. What
ever finery one may have in the luggage in
the hold. In the steamer trunk there is
no room for anything but absolute com
fort. A couple of pretty blouses for dinner,
a flannel one for cold mornings, three or
four wash one for the rest of the time,
and one make3 a smart appearance for
CARE OF GLOVES.
If Kept In Good Repair They Will
It ls well to have a little basket purposely
for gloves that have come to mending, filled
with tan. gray and black silk, or cotton
thread for Just lately cotton has como
Into voguo for glove-mending; many claim
ing that it is less apt than silk to cut the
kid. while It wears off and matches the
eolor more perfectly. There should also be
in the basnet a paper of assorted glove
needles, a bit of wax and a box of the tiny
buttons which have been suved from worn
out gloves, as well as pieces cf gloves of the
best quality and then to carefully pull them
in shape, straightening the lingers before
putting them away after wearing; being
sure that they are not damp with perspira
tion, sprinkling the Mnslde with violent
powder if there is the least trace of it, oth
erwise you may find jour gloves mildewedt
and wonder how they came to be so. says
Good Housekeeping. A pair of gloves,
treated In this way, kept in good repair,
with the smallest rip properly mended, will
last nearly as long again. The best way to
mend buttonholes that have a tendency to
stretch or tear is to baste on the Inside
with a fine needle always a bit of kid the
color ot the gloves. Carefully catch down
the edges, stretching both patch and gloves
alike, and then securely fasten the button
holes to It cutting Incisions of the proper
sire and sewing to the edge of the button-
, hole. If the seams in the back are torn
rittt a r1as.i mow lin. -, lsmtns- inrl en nitA
fully sewed that It will not show.
FOl'L UU SIIIIIT WAIST.
Greenish Buttons May Be Worn on
Thero are subtle differences to be de
tected bftween tb foulard shirt waist suit
that Is intended for general wear and the
equally soft, silken and pretty frock that
la designed to meet the requirements of the
new and overwhelmingly popular game. A
chic nlnK-Dons frock is of creen and white
I foulard with ball pockets of stitched white
sueue lunging on eitner nip. rne suirt oi
this gonn is In all respects conventional,
save in the folJod trlpl box plaits that t'un
down the irrcr lino of either hip. These
plaits hang close when the wearer' stands
with heels together, and they spread to
glvft her iorgent s-tep full freedom. The
waist is, to all Intents and purposes, a shirt
waist with a chemisette of white taffeta
that is stitched wiiti green and yoked In
nt the top. A fiarlrg collar of oak-leaf
green taffeta falW upon the shoulder, and
this good color fa repeated on the cuffs of
the half sleeves and forms the bell. Straps
and bindings of stitched white taffeta and
b'g greenish mother-of-pearls buttons, with
a belt buckle of the same, are the only
other decoratlte materials used on this dis
tinctively graceful little suit.
Muiic hath charms to soothe the savngn
breast; to soften rocks or bend the knotted
Oh, many a shaft ot random sent
Findi mark the archtr little meant!
And many a word nt random spoken
May soothe or wound a heart's that broken.
All human history attests
That happiness for man the hungry sin
ner Since Eve ate apples much depend on din
To be of noble parentage and not to he
endowed with noble qualities ls rather a
deformation than a glory.
A little wlp of stringy hair.
An ugly ache about the ejes;
A yawn, a half-formed wish to stay
And sleep away and never rise.
A piece of toast, a lot of groans.
And then the make-up at the glass;
Some wrinkles to be hidden and
Somo white hairs to pull out. alas!
A waist pinched down and tucked-up feet.
A little squabble with the cook.
A kiss when Robbie staits to school,
A glance within the latest book.
Away to plav till luncheon for
A prize "for which she doesn't care;
All afternoon spent at the club
She's booked to read a paper there
A rush to dress for dinner, and
I At night to sparkle at tne piay;
A lobster and some stuff to clear
The cobweb from her mind away,
A bit of flirting. Just for spice.
The latest gossip, and at last
' A weary dragging up the stairs
! At home, when midn'ght is long past,
i An ugly ache above the eyes,
I An unrefreshlng sleep, .ind then
To vavvn. and dizzily to rise
And go the same old round again.
Tearls Represent the Latest Idea In
Suede belts are beautifully embroidered in
grid and silver thread
Jet buckles are taklne the place ot cir
clets and buckles of brilliants.
Pearls of ail sizc3 thickly massed repre
sent the latest idea in pearl trimmlngst
Toques and hats of corn color or coffee
tinted straw are much favored in Paris.
Oval or circular hair sllJes set with semi
precious stones are used for fasteners for
Mother-of-pearl fiillettes are used with
mon nrtistic results f-r the embellishment
of chiffon gowns.
Madras bells in a drcp tone of green ore
STYLISH SEYMOUR COSTUME.
among the novelties. When the buckle is
gilt the belt stitching Is of yellow.
The fancy for green has extended to dust
or driving coats, and some elegant modes
In green taffeta recently made their ap
Tienranep. Same of the more elaborato medallions so
extensively used this season snow a Diena
ing of Honiton, Russian and fine Chantiliy
lace In the design.
Little bands of velvet ribbon passing
acrois from side to side over the frcnt or
vibt Impart ;i nre tv finish to blouse-? of
.ic ue v. wine or g ffc satin.
The shlrt-ut,ist !i.t of l'annma straw Is
excceciivly st.Mlsh. bjt It 1 not unlversjl
ly leeominp. on ins to Its severe style, the
shape resembling the fedora.
An embroidered linen gown for morninsr
5fAr ls one cf tne season's requisites.
nlte linen embroidered in white or in pas
tel ,'iues Is Rlvn the preference.
Glasj linen has bevn added to the shirt
waist fabrics, ami fetching models are fash
ioned from this cros-barred material In blue
and white, or red and white, which has
heretofore been reserved for class-polishing
Bon-bon bags made of satin flags are
mLch In evidence.
The flat hat is already giving way to
higher and lessi pleasing effects.
A window full of white hats trimmed with
green displays some iffectlve millinery.
A llnsn-colored shirt-waist suit, with Gib
son waist and strapped skirt, bears a
ticket with the astonishing price of JI.C0.
Fluffy little parasol3 for children In all
shades of the rainbow are sellirfg for "j
In fine cottons Is a quaint, old-fashioned
purple and white plaid, with a little fig
ure In every white square.
A particularly smart coat of white brll
liantlne is trimmed with black bands of the
One of the daintiest negligees ls a short
box Jacket of white crepe de Chine set on
a yoke of lace.
Long-bearded and quaint-featured is tho
gnome who makes a first-rate umbrella
stand with his crooked arras.
AN ATTHACTIVn WAIST.
Garment Is Embroidered With a Small
A very simple but attractive little waist
ls of dotted Swiss embroidered at inter
vals with a small leaf design. It is made
with absolute simplicity, having a slightly
bloiising front and plain back. The elbow
sleeve? are finished with a narrow em
broidery beading, interthreaded with black
velvet ribbon. The stock la of the swiss.
The waist opens down the front.
Frequently color is becomingly Introduced
on the white dotted swUs waists. Pale blue
lawn Inset In an ornamental design of dia
mond shapes embroidered In white gives an
effective touch to the front of a white swlss
waist that buttons down the back.
The way to make a bhirt waist of lawn
as given by a fashionable dressmaker Is:
Take jour material and tuck It across the
yoke in such a wnj' that only the open
stripes' of needlework, or lace. show. This
make-) a lace joke, with tho lace laid In
rows. For a stock use the same goods,
tucked lengthwise, with tho top plain, so
that It can be turned over. Release the
tucks across the bust to make a good full
ness. Fit the waist in at the belt line, so
as to give plenty of length.
The belt should be a wash linen one, the
color of the goods. It should have a buckle
In front, preferably a harness buckle of
cold. The "eyes" will be put in the belt
bj" any harness-maker for a few cents.
SHEPHERDESS PATTERN GOWNS.
Novelty in Embroidery Will Be
Copied From Watlean.
They sa' and "they" means those to
whom Dame Fashion whispers the dress
tidings first that there are to be embroid
eries on gowns along new lines. The Wat
teau shepherdess will be used to furnish a
pattern for the embroidery upon the yoke
of gowns, and for side panels one will see
a loveij- sj'lvan creature. In bouffant skirts
and crook a veritable Bo-Pcep. tall, pictur
esque and prettj Ono of the handsomest
of recently Imported gowns showed this
feature. The costume was of panels of
brolderie English and Val. lace, and on
SMART ALPACA DRESS.
each panel at about the height of the
knees were medallions embroidered In
black of real French scenery tall church
spires, quaint tiled roofs, and peasants.
It was a decidedly novel touch, but most
But here comes another novelltj- on a
child's dress the joke 1 stamped and
worked In Mother Goone scenes, the
stitch being the familiar Kensington out
line. The threads are white cotton, and
the design Is small and pretty. For a
nurserj' apron It Is most interesting.
There Is a scene on each cuff, a small
ono. and the skirt has "the old woman
who lived In a shoe" outlined In white on
Vests of heavj- pongee silk are the latest.
Transferable vest buttons for men are
made of white enamel, with a gold band
Tho plain pique skirt, beloved of summer
girls for seasons past. Is rivaled this sea
son bj- handsome models in white. With
polka dots of black.
A novelty belt of green silk leaves ls
fastened with a cluster of scarlet cherries
In lieu of a buckle.
Chlffonnette ls an inexpensive summer
material that comes in a variety of pastel
colors and effective combinations.
White duck ties, with light colored
leather hcls In the Cuban style, represent
the latest In summer footwear.
Embroidered undersleeves to match the
fine embroidered, broad, turnover collars
are among tho summer attractions.
Machine embroiderj- In white decorates
some of the new parasols In black silk. The
embroiderj designs are very handsome.
For the summer home there are scrap
bafkets of natural wood, some with In
dian bead decoration and border In light
Spun silk of particularly light weight Is
used to line a fine quality of suede glove
Intended for summer wear. The silk lining
makes Jt easj- to slip the glove on and off.
For the warm daj-s gloves of yellow and
white chamois are likely to retain their
old-time popularity. On the 'more expen
sive white gloves the figures and back are
stitched In black.
SOME EVENING GOWNS.
They Are Elaborately Embroidered
With Pieces of Gold Ganze.
Some evening gowns show great simplicity
In the way thej- arc made up. but they are
most elaboratelj- embroidered. One of a
light gauze has1 the bottom of the skirt in
set with pieces of gold gauze, and this all
embroidered with pearls and diamonds and
with little Hne of tiny diamonds and small
gold beads running up the skirt to the bod
Ice. The corsage shows only a light em
broidery, and the sleeves escape from the
embroidered part Into alrj- galloons slashed
up the outside of the arm with little Jabots
and finished with full ruffles standing up
obove a close cuff of embroidered gold net.
Tho simplicity of this untrlmmed white
gauze is in charming contrast, to the rich,
heavy embrolderery on the skirt. The
pquare decolletage Is softened by scant
puffs of gauze held by gold ornaments.
STYLISH SUMMER nATS.
They Are Trimmed With Black Velvet
Ribbon nnd Buttercups.
A hat of brownish yellow crinoline straw
Is trimmed with black velvet ribbon, butter
cups and black and yellow marguerites.
The velvet ribbon Is twisted in and out
of the flat crown, the buttercups are In a
long stalked wreath on the brim and the
other flowers cluster at the side.
NEW SCOTTISH PLAIDS.
Adaptation of Walking; Skirt nas
Been Cordially Received.
If Dame Fashion were a thoroughly log
ical person one might look with fair as
surance to a very bright season In the fall
and winter, a Scottish season, with all the
rich coloring ot the Scottish plaids. Few
(0 Cents Each-IO Cents.
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STREET AND NO.
of the late Ideas have been so cordially
received as the adaptation oi bcotuma s
kilts to the newest walking skirts, and
a verj' graceful adaptation It is, too.
We are like children, who, os-they grow
older, begin to realize that their predeces
sors. Knew a little soraetning alter an .
We rejoice even in the patterns of their
This plaited walking skirt ls still quite
new for ua It has run In Paris since Feb
ruary, but as yet is found In America only
In the wardrobes of the ultra fashionable.
FANCY COLLARLESS BODICES.
Unusually Pretty Snrpliee Styles Are
That the collarless fancy bodice as well
as the plainer shirt waist ls to be fashion
able this summei ls evidenced by the vari
ety of modes exhibited. An unusually pret
ty bodice ls In surplice style, with fullness
at the shoulders confined by tucks In front,
while the back has slight gathers at the
belt. A ehawl collar, that may be omitted,
ls a distinctive feature, and the sleeves In
full length, bishop or fancy style, are In
bishop elbow length and tucked at the top.
The design will be equally suitable for thin
wash fabrics and soft woolens.
Another bodice ls in Dutch square necked
stj'le. though provision ls made for a high
neck. This shirt blouse closes at the back
and ls characterized by a yoke both back
and front. The sleeves may be made full
length or In elbow bishop style, having bell
oversleeves that maj' be omitted. Alt-over
lace ana fine lawns or other wash goods
will develop attractively by this simple de
sign SHORT, COOL CORSETS.
Most Comfortable Are Made of Strips
of Narrow Satin Ribbon.
Some of the most comrortable of the
summer corsets are made entirely of
strips of narrow satin ribbon. The corsets
nre verv short and the ribbon ot the stout
est quality, and since the gayest colors are
used for them they have quite a frivlloua
One pictured Is of gold ribbon bordered
with white, cornets of plain linen tap com
ing in the same skeleton model. Thos ia
the Watteau ribbons pais colors with deli
cate flowerings are very beautiful, and
some of these lace at the front as well as
nt the 1j&c1c
Chemise are not as long as of yore, and
are now elaborately flounced at tho bottom
to take the place of the short petticoat.
GOWN OF BLUE PONGEE.
Made of the finest white lawn, one photo
graph gives the correct length and new
method of trimming. This French laco
forms the fluffy bertha and skirt frills, nar
row pals blue ribbon, through a lace bead
ing heading the top one. At the left knee
a round rcsette of wider Hue ribbon ls
SUM3IER GIRL'S WAIST.
Crest or Monogram Is Used on Plain
Monogram? and crests adorn the summer
girl's shirt waists. It Is a little early for
the summer girl, but she is beginning to be
seen on the streets. Her Gibson waists, of
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course, are of the extreme sort that glvo
a masculine breadth from shoulder to
shoulder and have the sleeve with the puff
Just above the cuff. The crest or monogram,
Is used generally on plain colored waists
and ls embroidered on the upper part of the
left sleeve, or on the left side of the body of
the blouse In self or contrasting colors.
CARE OF BEDROOMS.
necessity of Proper Ventilation D ur
ine the Mcht.
Sunlight Is good for everything. Away
with heavy hangings, either above or be
low the bed. Beware of a dusty, musty
carpet better swestness and a bare floor.
Do not fall to provide some means for
ventilation during the night. Keep the
head cool while sleeping, but not by a
draft of cold air. falling upon it. If a
folding bed must be used, contrive soma
way to keep it aired and wholesome. Let
the pillows under the shoulders he high
enough to bring the head In a natural po
sitionno more nor less. Thoroughly air
the sleeping-room every day; air the beds
and beading as often as possible. A dark,
out-of-the-way. unwholesome corner ls no
more fitted for a sleeping-room than for a
parlor. A feather bed which has done
service tor a generation or two ls not a
desirable thing upon which to sleep.
A DAILY THOUGHT.
"Knowledge ls the treasure of the mind,
but discretion ls the key to It, without
which It is useless."
Rain Hampers Harvesting
Louisiana, .Mo., June 10 A heavy rain has
prevailed here all day. the fourth one this
week, which, together with the cloudy
weather that has prevailed since Sunday,
makes harvesting conditions very unfavor
able. Pike County has the largest crop of
wheat la her history, and the Sny bottor.
crop In Illinois, opposite here, was never
larger. Harvesting this great crop Is ai
readv delaved. and further delay by rala
' will result In serious damage.
order for a Practical
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