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IN SOFT MATERIAL
FASHIONABLE PREFERENCE FOR
Trimmings of Embroidered Cloth or
Silk Are Uied Over Qodlcp of
Peculiar But Moit Becoming
Anions tho fnshlonnblo jircforonccs
of tho moment Ih that for tho draped
wnlst of Boft material, having n trim
ming of embroidered cloth or Bilk or
of tho oriental embroidery which Is
bought by tho plnco. Our sketch
shows such n wnlst In n most charm
ing design, which may well bo one
Draped Bodice with Embroidered Bre
telle. of tho Items of tho wardrubo for gon
oral wear. Tho waist Is mndo of chif
fon cloth to match n rnthor olnbornto
tailored suit. Tho over bodlco In this
Instance Is or broadcloth which has
been embroidered and ilnlshcd at tho
edges with scallops and plnklngs.
Sometimes tho edges nro finished with
a narrow binding stitched on tho edgo
or aro odgod with cord or braid. This
SHORT COATS NOT WORN.
Seven-Elohths nnd Knee Lengths Are
the Styles In Fashion.
Whllo tho moro stylish now modols
In coats aro sovonolghths length, still
tho squaro nnd cutaway coats that
reach nearly to tho knees aro In good
. It would bo foolish to nltor theso In
nny way to conform to this winter's
fnshlon. Tho really short coat cut
off at tho waist or tho hips Is qulto
out or fashion, nnd one would bo In
doubt what to do with It.
Tho Bhort cutaway coat which somo
women woro last spring can ho nltorod
for mldscnson wear by adding a llvo
or sovcn-lnch fold of velveteen or cloth
to tho edges.
This Ih begun In n narrow point nt
tho lowest button, and lustnntly wldous
as It goes around thu sides nnd back
of tho coat.
Length Is obtained In this way, and
ono nlHo conforms to the fashions.
Tho samo tone of color should bo uovd
iu match tho cloth. A slight variation
toward a darker tono Is permissible,
especially when velvotcun li used.
Kvun Hugllsh mnhnlr suits of tho
heavy durable quality that hnvn boon
worn all summer can be nltorod In
Uiu? way to advantage.
li is nui vciftJiunfenMcd gr light
trimming Is of tho samo mntorlal as
tho skirt nnd Is ngalu used for thn
cuffs. Tho chemlsctto Is of tucked
moussollno do sole, chiffon or batiste
of tho finest quality, or It may be of
tho chiffon cloth of which tho waist Ib
made. Usunlly, howovor, a different
fabric Is preferred for tho chomlsotto
nnd tho tindorsloovos. Tho chemlsctto
may bo of tho samo color as tho waist,
of n llghtor shado, or of whlto, cream
or ecru, as fancy dictates. When a
wnlst exactly mntches tho skirt it Is
more becoming ofton to hnvo tho
chemlsctto rellovo tho monotono with
tho contrast of whlto or cream In'
stead of botng In tho samo shado.
Tho over bodlco or bertha Is of a po
cullnr but most becoming shape. It la
rather Bquaro.ncrnss tho shoulders for
Ihls senson's fnshlon and finishes In
(loop points over tho draped chiffon
cloth. Two buttons, mntchlng In color
tho bodlco or olso contrasting attrac
tively with It, nro sot on tho Inside of
each of tho two points. This trimming
of broadcloth makes quite enough of
n connection botween tho bodlco nnd
skirt, In addition to tho uniformity In
color, nnd provontH tho clumsy effect
of nu cntlro broadcloth waist or ono
more nearly mndo of cloth by having
none of tho hcnvlcr material about
Return of the Bolero,
Tho bolero, with a luster heightened
by tho retirement It has of Into sus
tained, appears with ninny of tho
tullor-mado suits designed for early
autumn wear. It litis Joined forces
with some of tho dlrectolro modes, nnd
mukes u particularly smart uppciirunco
built of talfotns, with u double-broast-cd
front buttoned across tho figure,
and long, broad tails flowing to tho
hem or tho skirt. Tho lowor edgo of
tho bolero nnd tho tails nro trimmed
with u sparsely plaited ruclio or silk,
which trimming also outlines tho arm
holes, from whence tho tightly llttlng
sleeves, with their doubly frilled wrist
lets, protrude, tiluirply-polnted rovers
decornto tho model, nnd theso aro
closely brnlded with soutneho, and sot
tho seal of tho dlrectolro stylo upon it.
Tho sloovo Is tho critical sign manual
of tho coat of tho present moment. It
clings to thu nriiiH with clnso tenacity,
and In many Instances Is cleverly cut
In ono with tho coat. Tho tailors nro
exploiting tho latter model, of course
serges or pougco or rajah Bilk Those
fabrics aro best put away In camphor
until next spring.
Kor a slight cut thcro Is nothing
bolter to control tho homorrhnga than
common unglnzod pnpor, such as Is
used by grocers and market men.
Hind n pleco on tho cut.
l'lnonpplo Jnlco Is good for cleaning
stains out nf tho hands. It should bo
well rubbed in, loft for n fow mlnutos
nnd then thoroughly washed with plen
ty of soap und wnrin woter.
For a had breath hold llsturlno nnd
wntor In tho mouth us long as possible.
Clurglo with llsterlno nftor meals.
Kor thick lids mop tho place under
tho oyo with spirits of camphor night
und morning, lotting It dry on. Also
wot tho lids, tiiltlug aire that nono
at thu ppltlts eclii Into tho oyo UwU.
DRAGS YOU DOWN.
Backache and Kidney Trouble Slowly
Wear One Out.
Mrs. It. Crouso, Fnyotto St., Man
chostor, In., says: "For two yoarB my
back was weak nnd
rheumatic. Pains ran
through my back,
hips nnd limbs. I
could hardly got
nbout and lost much
sleep. Tho notion of
tho kldncyn was
much disordered. I
begnn using Roan's
Kidney Pills nnd tho
result was romarkablo. Tho kldnoy
action becamo normal, tho backncho
conscd, nnd my health is now un
Sold by nil dealers, CO conts a box.
Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
PUTTING IT UP TO BILLIE.
Logical Reason Why He Should Be
the One to Ask Favor.
Tho wagons of tho "greatest show
on earth" passed up tho nvcnuo nt
dnyhrcak. Tholr Inccssnnt rumblo
soon nwnknned ton-yonr-old Illlllo nnd
his five-year-old brother, Robert. Their
mothor feigned sleep ns tho two whlto
robed figures crept pnst her bed into
tho hall, on tho wny to Investigate.
Robert struggled manfully with tho
unncciiBtomod task or putting on his
clothes. "Wait for mo, Illlllo," his
mothor heard him bog. "You'll got
nhend of mo."
"Clot mother to holp you," counsoled
Illlllo, who was having troubles or his
Mother sturted to tho rescue, nnd
then paused as she heard tho volco
or her younger, guarded but anxious
"Vou nsk her, Illlllo. You'vn known
her longer than I have." Rvorybody'a
Expressions of a Cynic.
Waller Pater, uu old mnn nt GO, bald
as a coot nnd grotesquely plain, re
garded every woman much as did Dean
Swift, who wroto: "A very llttlo wit
Is valued In n wnmnn, ns wo nro
pleased with fow words spoken Intel
ligibly by a parrot." "You don't ap
prove of marrlngo7" a friend onco ob
served to Pnter. "No." ho replied,
"nor would anybody else If ho gnvo
tho matter proper consideration. Men
nnd womoii nro nlwayn pulling dif
ferent wnys. Women won't pull our
wny. Thoy nro so porvorso."
WANTED TO KNOW
The Truth About Grape-Nuts Food.
It doesn't matter so much what you
hoar about a thing, It's what you know
thn' counts. And correct knowledge
Is most likely to como fiom personal
"About n yenr ago," writes a N. Y.
man, "I was bothered by Indigestion,
ospeclally during tho forenoon. I tried
severnl remedies without nny porman
"My breakfast usunlly consisted at
oatmeal, steak or chops, broad, coffcu
and somo fruit.
'Hearing so much nbout Drapo-Nuls,
I concluded to glvo tt a trial and find
out If nil I had hoard of It was truo.
"So I hogan with nrapu-Nuta nnd
cream, 2 soft boiled eggs, toast, n cup
of Postum nnd somo fruit. Ileforo tho
ond of tho first wcok 1 was rid of tho
acidity of tho stomuch nnd felt much
"lly tho ond of tho second wook all
traces of Indigestion had disappeared
nnd I was in first rato hualth onco
more. Ileforo beginning this courso ot
diet, I never had any appetite for
lunch, but now I can onjoy n hearty
menl nt noon tlmo." "Thoro's n Rea
son." Nnmo given by Postum Co., Pnttlo
Crook, Mich. Road "Tho Iload to Well
vlllo." In pkgs.
Ever rend the abovo letter? A new
ono appears from time to time, They
are gonulne, true, and tull of human
An Apt Answer.
"What do you expect to be when
you como or age, my little man?"
asked the visitor.
"Tweiity-ono, ma'am," was Uie tiny
boy's reply. Philadelphia Record.
New Type For the Century.
Tho Novombcr number or Tho Cen
tury will mnrk tho beginning or the
Boventy-sovcnth volumo nnd tho thirty
ninth year or this magazine. It will
appear, with this Issue, In nn entirely
now dress or typo; with now headings
known ns 10-polnt Caslon. This Ib
modeled on tho original typo cut by
Cnslou In tho eighteenth contury nnd
tho advantage claimed for it Is legibil
ity nnd firmness of race
A $40 Saddle for
J Kor (i hort tlmo inly
BBBBj BBgffc wo offr Dili aaddla.
VailJJJJJk tltfl horn. dounl
JSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSi Hnrlira, wool-linail II
Inrh aklrla. iVi-lnch
llrrui Irntnara. . atfil
irmnrr covuroq tir
ru,ia, warrants In rr
try riel. nnd qual
In aadrilra will for $41
The Frej Mueller
1113-MID Irlm-r St..
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COLORADO PLUMBINGnSUPPLY COMPANY
Indrptndrnl lAumbhiK auptdy houa In Ih
Vfl. Writ il a ror tirlcaa tn-for burin
your plmnlilnK ninlrrtnl. U13-JI IIIiIm
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lliiKa by Ihn liundri-da l.lnnlruma ly 111
carload. liuy nml aril for mah only.
FORT COLLINS, GOLO,
in Agriculture and
For Particular! Addrcu
B, 0, AYLESWORTH
FORT COLLINS. CCLO.
HOWARD E. BURTON, ASS AVER & cif EM 1ST
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rllvrr. Hie, gild, tnr; ili.r or raiiur, J, (Jvi
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umplr .wrrtt roUcUeJ. . X-advlllr, CnlnraUn,
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