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FROCKS FOR SERVICE
MAY BE MADE TO SUIT ALMOST
Matter of Expense One for tho Indi
vidual to Consider Combinations
That Will Make Success of
Any Ordinary CoatumeP
It la a great rollof to turn from tho
nore spldndld orcatlons of dress to
tho geutlo effects adapted to tho aver
ago wearer and pockotbook. Tho toil
ets called "little," which moans a
i'alrly modost material mudo up In a
elmplo and yet drossy mnnnor, fill tho
bill of most needs to a T, as bo
aides being lnoxpenslvo' theoo charm
ing frocks aro suited to almost every
occasion. They aro worn at flvo
The Silk Overblouse That Will Set
Off Any Shlrt-Walst Get-Up.
o'clock in tho house, smart woman
donning thorn for tho possible cnllor
or for tho home dinner; covorod with
long cloaks they aro permissible In
the street, and, provided tho bodlco is
dfesslly troated with proper nccossor
ieB, such a gown mny go In triumph to
Many cheap niRtorials are suited to
these frocks, although, of course, It
5nb expoots good servico toxturos had
fetter bo chosen with an oyo to at
Idast a Benson's woar, for a ronlly
common goods soon hIiowb wear and
(ear, nnd so mnny dainty llttlo hand
Cbuchoa are needed on a gown it
soems scarcoly worth while- to spend
tho tlmo on somothlng that won't last
A number of tho bargain materials
permit both economy and ologonco for
these gowns, for tho dressior textures
nro all reduced, nnd tho very gonro of
such costumoB calls for oleganco of
color and fabric.
All tho plain and bordered mar
quisettes and veilings, Btrlpod and
plain silks, and checked and figured
voiles aro other adaptablo materials,
and with a doublo width goodB only
throo yards and a half or four yards
would bo noeded.
If tho trained version of tho style Is
chosen tho lloor fall of tho skirt could
bo cut pointed or square, for although
tho pointed tail 1b considered a shndo
moro chic than tho squaro finish both
cuts aro oqually used. With a plain
trained skirt in soma rich brocado a
bodlco entirely of l.tco would bo emi
nently smart, and In. tills event tho
back of tho poplum could be mndo
much moro elaborate, or bo cut with
a dcop rounded dip.
Tho illustration demonstrates a silk
ovcrblouso as ittwill look when top
ping n plain street skirt and simple
waist of any sort, and it is of Burah
in a brilliant shado of blue. Tho
striped facing of tho rovers and tho
cording on tho Bleovcs nro only usod
hero to mako sequonco with tho skirt,
for such a blouso is as often part of a
dress ns soparato from it With a
black dress a scarlet blouso of this
kind would bo chnrming with a llttlo
gold braid about tho nock nnd sleeves.
Silk, satin and cashmero aro avallablo
materials for tho smart blouBo, which,
besides being so chic a thing, also
adds something to wnrmth.
As you have noticed, color, and a
good deal of It, pervades this llttlo
talk, and for tho good reason that
color is far moro fashlonablo than all
whlto or all black. Tho big makora
toll you why all whlto and all black
mako ono look old, and consequently
behind tho times, as youthfulness Is
tho moBt Important foaturo of dross
nowadays. For tho same reason, trim
mings are used in tho most modified
quantities and whenovcr a bit can bo
loft off It Is. This rcstrnlnt marks
all of the best French things, and how
ever much wo may wnut our own
fashions wo still look to Frnnco for
tho newest and smartest Ideas.
For a petticoat to wear under tho
plnlu narrow skirt of tho wlntor cloth
suit n heavy china Bilk, In a shado
matching tho suit, is ono of tho best
matorlals possible- Taffotn, bocauso
of Its rustlo, is no longer considered
smart, whMo tho soft satin Bklrts do
not woar well. Thoro is parctlcally no
woight to tho china Bilk, and it wears
well. Somo of tho skirts aro made
moroly with n wide horn, whllo n scant
rufflo or flounce, with a fow plu tucks,
form a trimming on others.
When tho stitches give wny in hem
stitched articles, such as doilies, table
cloths, sheots, etc., take somo twisted
oinbroldory cotton and featherstitch
or herringbone noatly over the hem,
cntahlng each sldo (irmly.
This looks well and prolongs tho
THE BEST MEDICINE
other nUrctin only 12 ouncsi inmo price and
"DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR. QUALITY.
Now Cushion Tops.
Somo now cushion topB to bo worked
In tanestry colors havo tho nattorna
wovou In colorB in tho canvas. Tho
designs nnd colors aro taken from old
SOME CRUEL AND UNUSUAL
Double Penalty Threatened for Thoso
Who Dared to Interfere With
Rotorua has been laughing over tho
wording of a notico that has boon
plnco by tho Public Works depart
ment on somo of tho olectrlo wlro
posts on tho road to Okoro, in Now
Somo tlmo ago a Maori youth, who
soomcd to havo a mlsguldod tnsto for
experimenting, throw a long ploco of
cablo over tho olectrlo wires that run
to Rotorua from tho power station at
tho Okoro Falls,
Tho town wns at onco plunged In
darkness for two or throo hours until
tho mlBchlef had been located.
Tho dusky and youthful experi
menter was carpotcd In tho court and
lined for his sclontlllc enthusiasm,
and tho department put up this no
tico: "Any porsons climbing tho electric
light poles or damaging tho insulators
are llablo to n fatal shock and a pen
alty of 10." Tlt-Blts.
Not for Earthly Ears.
Dr. Reed, a minister, was open
ing tho Sunday morning servico at
his church with tho UBual prayer.
Whllo ho was in tho midst of it u
strangor entered tho church and took
a seat far back.
Dr. Reed was praying in a low
noto, nnd tho mun In tho rear, after
straining his oars for awhile, called
out: "Pray louder, Dr. Rood. I can't
Dr. Reed paused, opened his oyes
and turned them around until they
rested on tho man In tho rear. Then
ho said: "I was not addressing you,
Bir; I wnB speaking to God." Loudon
THE LITTLE WIDOW
A Mighty Good Sort of Neighbor to
"A llttlo widow, a neighbor of mine,
persuaded me to try drapo-Nuts when
my Btomach waB bo weak that It
would not retain food of any othor
kind," writes a grn'otul woman, from
San Bernardino Co., Gal.
"I had been 111 and confined to my
bed with fever nnd nervous prostrn
tlon for threo long mouths nftor tho
birth of my second boy. Wo woro In
despair until tho llttlo widow's advlco
"1 liked Grnpo-Nuts food from tho
beginning, nud la an incredibly short
tlmo U guvo mo such Btreugth that I
was able to leave my bed and enjoy
my threo good meals a day. In 2
months my weight Increased from 95
to 113 pounds, my norves had steadied
down and I felt roady for anything.
My neighbors wcro nmuzed to seo mo
gain bo rapidly, and still moro bo
when thoy heard that Qrnpo-Nuts
alono had brought tho change.
"My 4-ycnr-old boy had eczema very
bad last spring nud lost his appetito
entirely, which made him cross and
peevish. I put him on a diet of Grape
Nuts, which lid relished at onco. Ho
Improved from tho beginning, tho ec
zema disappeared nnd now ho is fat
and rosy, with a delightfully soft, clear
skin. Tho Grape-Nuts diet did it. I will
willingly answer all inquiries. Nnmo
given by Postum Co,, Unttlo Crook,
Road tho little book, "Tho Road to
Wollvllle," lnpkgs. "Thoro'B a reason."
Ever rcml (he nbovo letter? A ncir
one nnnenr from tltnu in time. They
re kcuuIuc, true, uud full at liuuiaa
RATES TO TEXAS AND NEW
MEXICO POINTS DUR
On tho first and third Tuesdays of
each month during tho ontlro year
Tho Colorndo and Southern Rail
way will Hull round trip homesookors'
excursion tickets to n groat many
poIntB In New Mexico nnd Texas nt
greatly reduced rates. Final limit
so dayB allowing liberal Btop-over
privileges. For detailed Information,
rates, etc., call on your nearest Colo
rado and Southern agent or address T.
E. Fisher, Goiioral Passcngor Agent,
nnu i nnv m mi kind or mku.
BUM I, LUUa CIlANlUNi:. Mammoth inu.
Iok mnllnd fr. Cor. ltth A Illnkn, Unnvur.
HOWARD E, BURTON, ASSAYER & CHEMIST
Specimen jirluos: Uold, sllvar, load, til ftO'i.
I Ivor, 76o; Kold. OOoi zlno or copper, SI,
Mnlllmr cnvelupon nnd full price list nont on
nppllcutlon. Control nnd umpire- work o
llcltod. Jtoferonooi Cnrlionnta Nntlonal llnnk
ANNUA I, CONVENTION OP STATE
1IOAUI) OK HORTICULTURE.
CANON CITV, COLORADO,
nr.c. 12-1:1, inn.
ONE PARK FOR TII13 ROUND TRIP
THE DENVER & RIO GRANDE
"The Scenic Lino or the World."
Tickets on Sale Doeombor 11-12, 1011,
Pinal rotum limit Decembor 14, 1911.
Por rates nnd full particulars apply to
RIO GRANDE AGENT,
FrnnU A. WihIIpIkIi, General 1'uxneiiKcr
Airrnt, Denver, Coliirmlo.
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CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAH HOLI
DAY EXCURSION PARES
THE DENVER A: RIO GRANDE
"The Secnlc Line of the World"
Ono fnro for tho round trip botwoon all
stations In Colorado uud Now Mex
ico on the DonVor & ltlo Grando
Hyatcni, nlBo correspondingly low
ratos to points on othor linos.
Tlckotu on salo DocnmUor 23, 24, 25, 30,
31 and January 1, botween all sta
tions In Colorado and Now Mexico,
also Doeomuor 22 botweu all points
Donvor, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Puoblo. Trinidad, Canon City, Sallda
and Intormodlato points nud Ia Vet a,
Alamosa, Creodo, Antonlto, Durantro,
Dolores, Tellurldo, RIdgway and In
Klunl Return Limit Jnnimry R, 11)12.
Por Rates and full particulars, call on
RIn Grando Agont,
PRANK A. WADLEIGII,
General I'uxnpiiklt Ajront,
High Praise from
STATE OF UTAU
6OI-0 Dooly niock,
Salt Lake Oltr
Wlllatd Dona, Oonunluloner.
Noviuin 29, 1911,
Continental Ufo Insuranoe A Investment Go,
Salt Lnko City, Utah,
Gentlemen: Rcgardlm; the renults ol the ex
uinlnntlon I huvo Just completed ot tho Cou
titieiit ul I.I Id Insurance Si Investment Com
pauy, 1 And that your Company has an nmpla
luirplus, tliut tliu Company's ullulra ure lu u
healthy uud prosperous condition, and the
Olllcum ot the Continental Llle Insurance &
Investment Company aro entitled to hluh
cointncudatlon tor the results they havo nu
conuillHhed In tho punt an well ns lor tho
prcitmt iutliloctory condltlou ot Its atlnlr.
Coochbw jr.tr of Jnaursnee
Continental Life Insurance
& Investment Company
W. H. Cunningliam, General Manager.
Home Office, McCornlck Block, Salt Lalu City
Chas. M. Reich, fiinerat Agent