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ATTRACTIVE GARMENTS NOW OF
FERED AT MODERATE PRICES.
Combinations That Once Were the
Privilege of the Rich Alone
May Now Be Had by the
CombfnatlonB In undorwoar were
onco tlio prlvllcgo of tho rich alone,
but now such pretty things can bo
purchased In qulto moderately priced
grades Hint, especially In this "tubu
lar" ncason, most of us are willing and
anxious to avail ourselves ot them.
Tho corset cover and drawers com
bination Is by far the most popular.
The drnwors have deop yokes, to
which are attached large circular
flounces, thus providing enough skirt
fluff and laco to admit of tho omission
ot tho short undorsklrt Often tho
drawers uro slashed at tho side and
finished with narrow wash ribbon.
Corset covers of this sort aro made
rather full, gathered In nt tho waist
lino, or In tho tight-fitting stylo fa
vored by stout women. This comblna
' tlon Is often tnado In nllovor English
eyolot embroidery, which allows the
corset cover to bo made In one pleco
nnd tho embroldory pattern to extond
tho entire length of the drawer
Tho corset cover and drnwors com
bination Is raado also with a deop
yoko and a flounce, tho latter on tho
skirt this time. This modol Is popu
lar with women of slight build. Un
der tho same head comes tho princess
Blip, which Is by no means confined
In ubo to the llngorlo princess gown.
On tho othor hand, Its employment of
darts nnd goros In tho skirt makes It
Bultablo for wear with any tight-fitting
For the princess slip the favorite
materials nro lawn, batlsto and china
silk. Tho waist and skirt are often
elnborntoly trlmraod with lace, em
broidery nnd ribbon.
Throo-pleco models nro Infrequent,
bocauso of tho tightness of tho styles,
but nro sometimes ndopted by slonder
wamon. ChotnlscR nro still In favor,
especially In soft-finished materials, In
n plnlnly ombroldorod French-cut
modol. Borne, ot courso, aro made
elnborato by moans of laco ending and
For nil these combination garments
soft, alieor goods-aro chiefly In favor
Vegetables for Children.
Tho potato Is easily digested.
Uut It must bo In good condition,
and well boiled or baked, never fried.
Now or waxy potutous are Injurious
Carrot Is nutritive, but must be ex
ceedingly woll boiled, nnd only young
Almost ull groon vegetables aro ox
collont lottuco, spinach and the
Leather Collar Sets.
Leather collar and cuff sets on tnllor-
inado suits nro of courso not very new,
but they nro IicIiik rovlvcd in the nnd.
lion return of leathor, and aro seen
frequently In black patent leathor on
tweed or covert suits of brown, blue
and gray. Bmnetlinos, too, thoy nro In
wiiltoj one such wns worn with a
white sorgo cont, cut In emplro style
and disclosing a vory smart rod-and
white striped waistcoat beneath.
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LOOK NICE ABOUT THE HOME
Pinafores Can Bs Worn If a Special
Gown f6r Housework Is Not
There are ever so many charming
designs In pinafores, such as Is shown
in the Illustration, which cab be worn
ovor any dress and afford perfect pro
tection, if a special gown for tho
housework is not feasible. It is wise
to have the pinafore belted, as other
wise, In stooping or climbing stairs,
it can get in tho way ot one's feet
and cbubo d '.stater. There is no need.
for the Industrious housewife to have
ugly or ill-groomed bands. It she can
wear loose gloves when working some
trouble will be saved, but In any case
alio hns only to bathe tho hands dally
In warm wator In which are a few
drops ot lemon Juice and benzoin,
then dip them up and down in cold
water. It Is a mlstako to have the
first water hot, and, of course, the
greatest care should be taken la. the
choosing of soaps. After the hands
nro thoroughly washed and dried, a
good cream, which shall both whites
nnd soften tho hands, should be rub
bad in, and then the hands dusted
over with a good powder.
A dollcato alteration Is to be ob
oorvod In styles e-t hair dressing.
Flat buns uiul knots have entirely
Curls nro everywhere, at all times
Tho quaint little curls hanging down
at each side ot the face la front at
tho car have already made their ap
pearance. Although the curls worn on the
head should bo arrangod as the most
becoming, in general they should
stand out well at the hack, and It
possible tall seftly over the nape of
m 'I : -
FOR SUNDAY SUPPER
HINTS ON PREPARING THIS IN.
One Hot Dish and the Rest Cold So
It May Be Served at Any Time
and Quests Help Them
selves. Informal suppers on Sunday even
ings are the entertainments provided
by one country hostess for her friends,
and so successful have these affairs be
come that never Is she without sev
eral visitors, and, as the meal is ot a
kind that can be served at any hour,
guests have no feeling of being too
The hostess has but one servant,
and allows her to go out every Bun
day. It is easier to do without any
service than to have that which is
bad, the employer sensibly maintains,
and declares that It would bo de
moralising to work at other times,
did she allow too much latitude to
the maid in tho dining room on Sun
days. So, after tho formal midday
dinner is over and the dishes washed,
the maid lays the supper table and
Supper is either cold or thore Is but
one hot dish, this being mado In the
chafing dish, and chosen with a view
to not spoiling by stamUrs In the hot
water Jacket Curried eggs, creamed
chicken or salmon, or somothlng simi
lar, is usually prepared, and Incident
ally, should any bo left ovor, It is ex
cellent for luncheon next day.
Besides this hot food there Is al
ways a vegctablo salad nnd mayon
naise, selecting either cucumber or to
mato. There Is brcar and butter and
Iced tea or coffee. The dessert Is
either berries, other fruit, or a kind
that will keop for ninny hours without
looking loft ovor.
All these aro on the table at onco.
Thore is no tablecloth, but a center
piece, a dish of llowors, nnd candles.
Plates are not placed at regular Inter
vale, but left In a pile, one at either
end pf tho table. Knives are t'ia
together, and so aro forks, two- sets
being at either side ot tho table to
save unnecessary reaching. The Jug
ot Iced tea and glasses for it nro on
a side table, and tho dessort may be
kept there also".
The usual time for going Into tho
dining room is 7 o'clock, but as the
supper cannot be hnrmcd by stand
ing, and there Is no maid to be de
layed, tho hostess goos when she feels
ltko it, and from thon on to 8:30
friends drop in. Each person helps
himself as at any buffet supper, nnd
there is nover an ovonlng when all Is
not gayoty nnd fun. Such entertain
ing Is no tax on tho hostess, and she
sees he friends far more- often thnn
sho would under other circumstances.
Slnco automoblllng hns become more
general, her home Is moro or less of a
meeting plnco nnd Sunday night sup
pers have become an Institution in
Green Tomato Pie Mixture.
Four quarts green tomatoes chop
ped fine, drnln, covor with cold water,
simmer .10 minutes and drain again.
Add two pounds brown sugar, ono
pound ralHlns, half pound citron chop
ped lino, ono tablespoon salt, half cup
vinegar, half cup huttor. Cook this
mlxturo until It thickens. When cold
add one tablespoon cloves, cinnamon
and nutmeg. Put In Jars cold and
seal. This is n good substitute tor
mince meat and It will keep all win
ter. Oyster Cocktail,
Bight small raw oysters, one table
spoon tomato catsup, half tablespoon
vlnogar or lemon Juice, two drops
table sauce, one teaspoon celery, finely
chopped, half teaspoon table sauco.
Mix Ingredients, chill thoroughly and
servo In cocktnll glasses, or cases
made from groon poppers placed on
bed of crushed Ice.
THE LEMUR A CHARMING PET
Iha In His "Naturalist on the Prowl"
Describes Little Animal Serv
ants Afraid of Him.
Pets are of all torts. One of the
most amusing nnd attractive is de
scribed by Eho In bis "Naturalist on
the Prowl." This little animal was a
lemur, and besides many gentlo and
caressing ways, it seemed as It It
possessed a certain sense of humor.
"I used to take its soft hand and
examine its pretty nails. Bach hand
had ono long, sharp claw. Such a
curious arrangement puxzled me, un
til one day a flea showed me the use
of that claw. It bit the lemur under
the ribs. I expect the little beast had
reason to be thankful that nature had
spared one toe when It promoted it to
the order of four-handed animals.
There never was a moro charming
pet He took life so gayly, and the
antics were so original. When my man
Jet him out ot his cage In the morn
hg, he would scamper straight to my
bedroom, look round with largo eyes
brimming over with mild curiosity,
and, lightly as a rubber ball, spring to
my dressing table, wbero ho would, ex
amine everything. Then he would
bound across the bed and land on my
shoulders, handle ray ears gently, won
dering what was in the hole, and
thrusting In his long tongue to find
That was beyond human endurance,
and I would roll the little fellow into
a ball, wind bis long, fully tall about
him, and fling him Into the bed. lie
would bo unwound In a moment and
would skip away to explore some
Ills hind legs bolng longer than his
fore, be walked slowly, with his head
down; but whon in a hurry he would
stand up and bound along like a kan
garoo, tall in the air, arms extended,
Angers spread, looking llk nothing
one ever saw.
The serranU regarded him as un
canny, and fled at his approach. He
would fjlvo chase, and thore never
was finer sport than to see tho fat
butler In full flight up tho long stair
way, with the gleoful little demon
after him, three steps at a bound.
Youth's Companion .
SICK, SOUR, UPSET STOMACH
Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn or Dys
pepsia Relieved Five Minutes After
Taking a Little Dltpepiln.
Hero is a harmless preparation
which surely will digest anything you
eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-ordor
stomach within Ave minutes.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you oat lies like a lump of lead
in your stomach, or It you havo heart
burn, that Is a sign ot Indigestion.
(let from your Pharmacist a C0-cent
oase of Pape's Dlapepaln and take
a dose Just as soon as you can. There
will bo no sour risings, no belching ot
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy fooling In the stomach, Nausea,
Debilitating Headaches, Dirtiness or
Intestlual griping. This will all go,
and, besides, there will be no sour food
left over in the stomach to polBon your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Dlapepsln Is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because It
takos bold of your food and digests It
Just tho same as It your stomach
Relief In five minutes from all stom
ach misery Is waiting tor you at any
drug store hero in town.
These largo C0-cent cases of Pape's
Dlapepsln contain more than sufficient
to thoroughly euro almost any case of
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Gastritis or
any other stomach disorder.
Not Seekjng Trouble.
"I should think 'it would be the bug
bear of your life trying to got up new
brand-new Jokes," said the sympa
"That," said the humorist, cheer
fully, ''1b the least of our troubles.'.'