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i i ii LB HANXKH, SATUHDAV, DRCKMlll'lt 2, 191 1 H
MODERN LIVING COMES HIGH
Obierver Thinks There Are Too
Many "Necessities" In Demand
at the Present Time.
"One of tho reasons for tho cost of
living." obsorves a wlso clubman,
lies In tho fact that pconlo buy
wholly unnecessary things. I hnil a
conversation with tho proprietor of a
novelty shop In Fifth nvcnuo a fow
days ago. A shiny object had attract
ed my nttentlon, and I required nbout
'"Those, said tho proprietor, 'are
elided pincers to pick up letters ono
has placed on the letter-scales.'
"And that Ivory stick, carved ami
forked at tho end?''
"'People use that to fish out things
they have dropped into carafes."
"'That square -of morocco, about
the size of a nut what ts that for?'
' "That's a tampon used to press
down stamps after sticking them on
" That ornamental boxwlth a whole
battery of llttlo brushes?'
"Thoso aro to clean othor brushes;
brushes to clean halr-brushcs, brushes
to clean tooth-brushes.'" New York
Travesty on Real Falstaff.
Yarmouth has a claim upon all Hug
lljli in en quite independently of Kb ns
locintlons with tho brenkfnst bloater,
remarks a writer In St. Nicholas. For
It was tho homo of Shakespeare's Fal
ttaff, who appears to havo been a mnn
of exemplary piety. Tho Falstnffs
terc an old Yarmouth family.
"A Falstoiro or Fnlstnff," writes
John Hlchard Green, "was bailiff of
Yarmouth In 1281. Another Is among
tho first of Its representatives hi par
liament, nnd from that tho members
of that family filled tho highest mu
nicipal offices. John Falstolfc, a man
of considerable account in tho town,
purchased lnnds nt tho close of the
fourteenth century In Calstor, nnd be
came the father of Sir John Falstolfo,
tho, after a distinguished military ca
reer, wiib luckless enough to glvo hi3
tamo to Shakespeare's famous char
acter. In Yarmouth, howover, ho wnB
better known ns u benefactor to tho
treat church of St. Nicholas.
Somo of tho Indian princes havo
fhey over two million dollars apleco
to Hrltaln for tho war. Ilcsldo such
sifts, tho gifts of London business
millionaires seem small.
"In fact," said James Douglas, In an
Interview, "In fact, tho gifts of the
nlznm of Hydernbad and tho mnhara
Jah of Mysoro nnd tho gaokwar of tin
oda give our English merchant
prlnceii, who own Englnnd so much
more, a look of avnrlco; and you
know tho definition of avarico.
"Avarico, llko n graveynrd, takes In
til It can get, and never gives any
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"A burglar got Into my houso nbout
three o'clock this morning when I was
on my way homo from tho club," said
"lld ho get anything?" nsked
"1 should say ho did got homothlng,"
replied Jones. 'Tho poor dovll Ih In
tho hospltul. My wifo thought It wns
me." Cincinnati Enquirer.
At the First Slgnj
Of falling hair get Cuticurn. It
orks wonders. Touch spots of dan
drtilT nnd Itching with Cuticurn Oint
ment, and follow next morning with a
hot Bhiunpoo of Cuticurn Snap. This
t onco anests falling hair and pro
mot's hnlr growth. I'or freo 6anipIo
ch with 32-p. Skin Hook, address
rost card: Cuticurn, Dopt. X, lloston.
Sold everywhere. Adv.
Failures as Stepping Stones.
John Wanamnker, in a recent nd
rc3 In Philadelphia, urged IiIh uudl
'nee lo persevere.
"Every successful man," ho said,
ha probably had more failures, far
Jiou. nuiiires, than the nonentity has
"Success, after all, Is nothing moro
wan failure with a now cont of paint "
PAo-nm,'.'!0 carofu"y very bottlo ol
f-AaiOHiA.uBnfoandHuro remedy foi
wrants and chlldron, und ueo that It
Hears tho st(7 , ,,
In Use For Over 30 YcWbT
Children Cry for Flotcliei-'B Caatorio
He's ono of tho moat conscientious
Wn 1 know."
'Y?8' "" always says 'Cllvo mo o
ch .please,' Instead of 'Lend .no n
nmtch '"-Detroit Freo ITctis.
Is ho a Kood lawyor?"
M1mho.U,d lay h0 lB- lu''R acquitted
nils'" Ur moBt otorll,l' crlml
Jcen,?', V,tUB ,tl"'1 B bt a
ccfl" ,,s H""io of th other dances
I Costumo of Original American Design
OUIt fashions spring from rovlvals
and adaptations of styles thnt havo
been worn before our day and feel the
influence of all tho corners of tho
earth. For some tlmo tho agitation
on tho subject of American designs
for American women hns been going
on. Tho war In Europe brought this
mntter to a cllinnx and a fashion
show, under the patronngo of wealthy
society women of Now York city, was
staged recently at tho Ultz hotel, in
which tho upparol displayed on ox
tromely clover models wns designed
by mombers of American establish
ments and mado in their workrooms.
Tho display altogether was credit
able, although any stnrtllngly new and
wholly original Ideas wero lacking
In fact, few people aro looking for
anything of tho kind. What wo really
want and take to uro styles thnt havo
associations and suggestions that make
them Interesting. Wo llko n hint of
tho oriental, u whisper of tho savage,
a gllmpso of tho ancient, and not a
bold copy In nny case. In fact, when
nothing Is loft to tho imagination,
something is lost of charm.
A lovely gown, among other lovely
things, appeared In tho Ititz parade
from Kurzman who is famous fo
trousseaux. It Is pictured hero and
Is n somewhat radical departure from
present-day fashions. It is of white
satin, broended with silver, and 1
made without trimming or elaboration
Tho skirt Is Muring and full, hanging
In set folds. The nbsenco of shoulder
straps, tho pointed bodico and short
puffed sleeves rovlvo memories of tin
days of the Renaissance. After much
elaboration it seems severely simple
Hut thcro Is a reaction toward sim
plicity which, It must bo conceded, hat
Improved tho styles of today.
Tho skirt llnrlng i. tho bottom Is
dividing honors with tho straight un
dcrskirt and long, full tunic, nnd bide
fair to stand in tho first placo b
spring. Doth are beautiful In outline.
Whether wo Bhnll look to American
designers to create our styles or find
thnt wo havo been looking to them
(whllo wo thought nil Inspiration
came from Paris) for many years, we
are suro of ono thing: America is not
without tho talent for creating beau
tiful clothes and this talent will be
recognized through Just such eventj
as tho exhibition at tho Ultz.
Fur-Trimmed and All-Fur Hats and Turbans
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TO MEKT tho Hying snows that can
do thorn little harm, fur-trimmed
and nil-fur turbans nnd larger hats in
which fur Is conspicuously figured,
havo boon warmly welcomed by the
world of lashlon. Tlioro aro fow nil
fur hats ns compared to tho great
number In which fur forms a part of
tho hat or Is employed simply as a
In turbans tho coronets are usually
of lur and tho ciowns of iu tabrlc.
Itlch broended silks, plain velvet ami
cloth of gold or silver aro featured In
tho crowns. Thoro uro soino novel
brimmed hntu having crowns of fur
nnd brims of gold or silver lace.
Hut It Is iu bands ubed ns n trimming
that fur Is liked best. There is not
much effort to uso It In unusual ways,
l.nrtie Mowers of bllvor or gold lace,
having each potnl bound with fur. aro
novfil und thoso, with ribbon or vel
vet trimmings bound with fur, nro
about tho only now fur decorations.
A wide band about tho crown, a bor
der of fur about a brim edgo or band
forming a coronet nro tho prevnlout
modes for using this most staple of
things used In millinery.
Trimmings on fur hats are very slm
pie. A slnglo (lower or a sluglo Tenth
cr lb the ra'u for tho small turban
Tho head and nrck of birds of ga
plumage (imagined by the mainline
turer unit not gntwn by naturo) an
occasionally seen, and Huffy pompom
seem nppropi lately posed against t
background of fur.
Tho hats shown In the picture arc
lino examples of tho way in wlilcl'
furs nro used In millinery. The ma
Jorlty of millinery furs nro Imitation!
of the skins for which they aro named
Hut they nro equal to such domandt
ns aro made of thorn so far as wear
lug qualities aro concerned. Hnti
mndo of lino, genuine blclnc are costly
but, considering tholf durability nnc
tho fact that theso furs aro never out
of stylo and may bo used again an'
again, they nro, nfter all, among t).i
most economical of hats.
Aftor oxhnustlvn researched !n Parii
a famous French 'dentist hah rerom
mended a diet equally divided be
twoon ments nnd vegetable ns ji.
host for working peoplo. '
AS THE COLT IS, SO WILL BE THE HORsF
) Champion Suffolk Mare.
(iiy a. s .i,rx.Nm:n. AViseotnin i:s-
l( rlmeril ritittlon )
hvcry foal should bo tho product of
Intelligent, correct breeding: not hap
hazard, hltand-miss mating.
Too many misfits nnd mongrels nro
produced. They fall to mako high
class horses, even when properly fed
and managed. Horn wrong, they do
not grow nrlght. It Is also lamentably
truo that many colts born right aro
Every farmer should aim to mnte
only suitable Blres nnd dams for tho
production of Ideal horses, for tho va
rious Vinioses, and then should feed
nnd dove lop tho product perfectly.
Only p. yj.-a-brcd slro can beget n
grndo horse, lie n'so must bo sound,
muscular, prepotent and suitable In
type If the colt Is to bo Ideal. This
la equally truo of his mate. Tho slro
does not npcoRenrlly correct. In his
progeny, tho serious fnults of con
formation of his mnte. He reproduces
only those of his features which nro
stronger or dominant over tho corro
vpondlug features of tho maro.
She stamps as surely upon her off
spring those of her undesirable traits,
which are dominant over tho corre
sponding traits of tho sire. To havo
a colt born right, so that It will do
clop right, the characters of both
itro nnd dam should bo as similar
and ideal as possible. Violent crosses
should bo avoided. Tho most prepo
tent pure-bred Biro should bo used.
Tho ubo of nil other sires is mero
wasto of time and money.
Given a font that Is born right, its
development should not bo left to
chance or luck. It can only material-
DRY QUARTERS ARE
REQUIRED BY SHEEP
Beware of Long-Leggcd, Rangy
Animals in Making Selection
for Breeding Purposes.
(Dy It. G. WKATHKRSTONE.)
No man who understands his busi
ness will ovor allow his sheep to stand
on wot or muddy dirt lloors.
Whon selecting sheep for breeding
bowaro of tho long-legged, 'ngy
breeds. Got thoso that nro close to
tho ground. Thcro Is no money In
raising sheep legs.
If tho pastures nro short this fall
tho sheep must havo some grain or
thoy will fall back to a point where
all profit will bo lost in bringing thorn
When pastures got abort tho Bheop
will cat tho roots of tho grass right
out of tho ground If too many nro
kept In ono lot. Better feed somo
grain nnd save tho grass.
Kver notice that tho pasturcB whoro
sheep aro kept grow better grass than
those used for horses or cows?
A South Dakota man writes that ho
has kept coyotes and even dogs away
from his flock by setting up scare
crowh In tho shnpo of a man. Theso
liu chnnges from ono pnrt of tho pas
turo to another every day or two.
DO NOT OVERLOOK
SUPPLY OF HUMUS
Particularly Necessary Where
Commercial Fertilizers Are
Used With Green Crops.
Kxcept on soils nearly or quite vir
gin, there nro few farms where hu
mus cannot bo used by tho soil to
grefrt ndvautago. In many sections
where commercial fertilizers havo been
used for years, to tho exclusion of stu
bio manures, it hns been found neces
sary to grow green crops for plowing
under. Whoro tho green crops aro
used ns u part of tho rotation, no to
speak, tho exclusive uso of commer
cial fertilizers can probably bo tafcly
Tho best results come from the
combined use of stnblo manures and
commorclnl manures, using tho formei
for plowing tmdor lirtho spring nnd
tho lattor for top-dressing or worklug
in Just under tho surfneo as thu crop
grows. In this manner tho humus re
quired by tho toll Is supplied nnd tlm
fertilizing value of tho manure as well.
Don't overlook tho humus question If
you would keep tho farm up to the
Izo tho horedltnry possibilities of Its
breeding If properly nourished. Tho
Inadequately fed. and consequently
stunted foal never attains full bIzo or
value. At least onohalf of tho growth
nnd weight of a homo Is attained dur
ing tho first 12 months of lire. That
Is, thereforo, the most Important po
rlod In tho llfo of n foal.
Tho pregnant mnro should bo fully
fed to Insuro ndequnto nourishment
of her fetus nnd an abundanco of milk
lor Its reception. Sho should bo as
well fed whllp nursing tho foal.
If tho foal Is to mnko perfect
growth It must, from Its enrllest dajs,
bo provided with oAtmenl, then
crushed oats nnd wheat bran nnd nf
tcrwards an nbundanco of wholo oats,
bran, grass, hay and roots. Thero la
no time In tho llfo of a horso when
tho feeding of oats nnd bran Is so
profitable. Tho foal thnt Is not so
fed mny lack at maturity 25 per cent
or moro of tho size, weight, strength
nnd value posBlblo, through heredity.
Overfeeding nnd pampering must bo
avoided, howover, as they may prove
Injurious or ruinous.
Then, too, If caro is not taken to
train tho foal's hoofs properly thoy
may grow crooked nnd throw tho leg
bones out of plumb. This will spoil ac
tion nnd utility nt maturity. Tho foet
must bo mndo level and truo by ex
pert rasping onco n month or bo dur
Ing tho growing years. Such trim
ming Is all-Important. Postponed It
soon becomes too lato to help; tho
mischief la done.
"As tho colt Is, bo will bo tho
WORK TEAMS NEED
THE BESTOF CARE
Furnish Deep, Dry Bedding for
Horse at All Times Treat
the Animals Kindly.
Tho best order In feeding Is: Wntcr,
hay, water again, grnln. Novor glvo
grain to a tired horso. Let him rest
and nibble hay for an hour or two
first. Water tho horso3 as often aa
posslblo; but let tho horso that cornea
in ho. lrlnk a few swallows only.
Keep a deep, dry bed under tho
horso whllo ho Is In tho stable, day
or night, on Sundays especially. Tho'
moro ho lies down tho longer his legs
nnd foet will last. Never put up n
horso dirty or muddy for tho night.
At least, brush his legs and belly and
straighten his hair. In hot weather
nnd In all weather, if tho horso Is hot,
spongo his oyes, nose, dock, tho har
ness marks and tho Inside of his hind
quarters when ho first comes in.
When tho horso comes In wet with
rain, first scrapo him, then blanket
him and rub his head, neck, loins and
logs. If tho weather Is cold put on
ati extra blanket Iu 20 minutes. Speak
gently to tho horso nnd do not swear
or yell nt him. No Is n gentleman by
Instinct nnd should bo trcnteJ ns
Tho agricultural fair has played an
Important part in the history of our
country. It has been mi educating
factor of no Binnll importance ns well
aB serving to arouse competition nnd
giving recreation nnd socl.il onjoy.
moot. In this nge of agricultural
activity, when questions of tlm farm
aro being forced to tho front, wrestled
with and overcome, unusual Interest
Is shown In exhibits of livo stock,
grains, grasses, vegetables and otbir
Quail Is Furmcr's Friend.
A quail killed in a potato field had
In Its craw tho remains of 101 po
tato bugs, Another killed In Texas
had in its craw tho remains of 127
boll weevils, Another killed In in
Kansas wheat field had tho r"inalnn
of 1,200 chinch bugs. The chinch bug
as early as 1801, damaged Htaple
crops $100,000,000. Protect tho quails!
Home-Grown Seed Corn.
Tho best plnco to obtnln seed corn
Is from your own Holds or in your own
neighborhood, selecting n variety that
has proved generally successful, says
tho federal department. If you have
an ostnbllbhed and reliable corn
breeder in your neighborhood, it will
be safe and often will pay to get your
seed from bhu.
" iwioir rafB
Fatima Cigarettes H
-mild, delightful Tur- H
kish-Blcnd. The B
choicest of leaf al- H
ways a pure and H
wholesome smoke Wt
always satisfactory- BB
"Distinctively Individual" MB
COSTLY METHOD OF REVENGE H
Procedure In Europe Reminded An- H
drew Carnegie of n Somewhat H
Humorous Incident. wKM
Andrew Onrneglo, in n recent Inter- mM
view on peace, said to a New York QH
"A lad of twenty killed n mnn and 9H
woman in Snrajovo. All Kuroo Is now Bl
fighting to avenge this wrong. Kng- ivlfl
laud alone Is spending JIIMIOO n mlti SUB'
utc, according to Sidney Webb, on guu- HH
"Well, this Is such an expensive way WB
to avenge a wrong thnt It reminds mo kQI
of tho mnn nt tho banquet. IHfl
"A man entered tho clonkroom, nt I0J
tho cud of a banquet, and began to 9h
smash In silk lint nTter nllk hat. HH
" 'Hold on, boss! What fo' yo' smnnl. HH
In' all (lom high lints?' demanded tho aSJ
" 'I'm looking for my own," tho gon- H
tlcmnn answered. 'It's an opera hat HHi
collapsible, you know. Nona of theso 9SJ
Benin to bo It.' " 9B1
Suited Either Way. Bfl
Miss Lucy lrlc Cleveland's lead- SkH
Ing niitlsurrrngo speaker, tells of n MjR
funny Incident which happened iu New Hb
England whllo she wns campaigning: Kfl
there. Sho wns walking down th- Hn
street nfter having mndo whnt she HH
thought was a particularly effective Hh
talk ngnlust suffrage whon n woman sffl
stopped her. Sn
"Miss 1'rlco," sho said, "I want to iSfJ
toll you how much I liked your spocclv. JKI
It was ono of tho best I ovor heard.' SEm
"I am so glad you nro with us," re- Bh
sponded Miss Price, "and 1 hope yon jX&fl
will come to our other uiitluuftrngc- !Bh1
"Oh," exclaimed tho astonished 9H
woman, "I thought that wns u suffraga- HH
meeting you spoke nt." Hl
ARE YOU THINKING OF WM
THE NEW COUNTRY? H
Tho Stale of Colorado' wishes, if sHl
you nro in en rues' to procure u home, HH
kay of .'120 acres, to help and pro- HH
mole you, barring speculators and H
invwlorn. TUB (WHAT DIVIDE, jHJ
published 111 Post Btiildin, Denver, xjuh
Colorado, is anxious to tell you nit RhI
about it. Send slump for 'sample- HH
copy today. Also pay what paper H
you rend this in. Adv. RIhT
His Favorlto Role. HJ,
"Dubson entertained some frlcndti HBi
at dinner Inst evening." SBhI
" 'Entertained,1 you Bay? Why, HHd
Dubson invariably makes an osb of HH.I
"That's how he entertained them." rllH
Marble to Retain. jH
Knlc pr Jones hns a remarkable , Eg
mo in or. ;1k'
Docker V y jrful : ho ri(inomler 5j
a winter that wasn't Just llko this. M
voim own dkiigoist wi r".i. tph, too , M
Irr Murlno lro lleamlj lor IU I, Wink, tratrrj 'HBI
Hyi. mill Urunuluiv.1 U)i'll(li Nu Muaiuui; Jjft
in. I Krn cuiilon. Writ" lur lln-ik of lh t.it jgju
1 utail Krctt. Murlno !, Ucim. Co.. Ctlcatu Owi
Fow of the men who are willing to ""
givo you a recommendation would give '.
vou a Job. i 'g?
Many a man who boasts of IiIh blue ?fjfl
blood has a stieak of yellow. f kg
Sometimes It Is also a good rul f'flB
that won't work both wnys. I ,Mft
FOR OLD AND YOUNG ' lW
rutt' MvcrPllli Helm kindly onlho chill, ) Jffil
(lie delicate female or Infirm old one, uponi i9!
tjietlgorom man. V " H?S
Tuff's Kit si
clve tone and atrcnglll to tho weak (torrucb, MSB)
bowcli, kidney und bladder. n I Mm
Tlniinin no more nectary ft?
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tho almott mlrcula till v&Xfi
cicy, tnlharmlencsf,Gi Antllrrbok) Vactbufloo. h 'isTAA'
llo vaccinated NOW by your phyiklio, jmi and .rtT&
your family. It 1' rooie vital thin huuie loaurauee. fyigP
Atk your tJiyilclan, (tniKcUt, orienilfui ilavpi C'I'Sr
ymihad Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid Vactlr,, Jo5?jW
leiulta from uie, and dancer from Typhoid Carrier. ?PS -I
me cirntu udobatouv, DMnriKY, cm. ,j SKira
rietuciaa vicclan a inuluon u. a. aoe, trn' 0!SR!aHiiafl
IflCHTC Vacnnm8w-ier,newdil',',:,'i,'7' Kit 'HaH
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