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next on aayi: "My piece It rery
much too small, just pan It to Mis
P ." This makea loads of fun and
opening the parcels adds test to the
occasion. It la well to have an appro
priate sentiment written on the donor's
card to be read aloud. Handkerchiefs
and stockings may be rolled and con
cealed In tissue paper with fringed
ends and ao look like the snapping
motto favora so popular at all aoclal
functions; the ribbons tied around
each one and all put within the pie.
Withered Crops Reported Every
whereSixth Day of Heat
SMART HATS IN BLACK AND WHITE
SURROUND KENTUCKY JAIL TO
PREVENT MOB FROM ATTACK
ING COAL MINER,
Thla waa a most amusing entertain
ment given at a seaside place at the
little clubhouae built out over the
The Invitations read: "All Aboard
for the 'Manor Dock. Come In 'EmJ'
grant' Costume; August Eighth at
"Refreshments fifty cents."
The caada were limited to a coterie
who were well acquainted and at the
parting of the way was near, every
one entered most heartily Into the
scheme. The couplo who attracted a
great deal of attention was a man and
his wife who appeared as Dutch peas
ants, Including wooden shoes. "Pad
dy" from "Cork" and "Sweet Kitty,"
his colleen, were hailed with delight
Prizes were awarded to a family of
Russian Jews, who were most realis
tic, carrying great rolls and bags, with
a bird cage and a baby which wa a
The grand march was formed and all
passed before the Inspector, who gave
a clean bill of health. Refreshments
consisted of aaadwiches. Iced coffee,
doughnuta and pie served just as such
things are found In a country station;
counter and benches had been ar
ranged with tall dishes of fruit; plates
of sandwiches, alternating with "fried"
cakes and pie; hot tea or coffee, also
ice cream could be ordered.
Card tables were provided for those
who wished to play, and there was a
jolly dance. The possibilities of this
plan are great and such an affair could
be utilized by a church society or club
as a means of making money.
Flags of all nations would make an
"Cobbler" Garni for Wee Tota.
Here la something the little kiddies
will enjoy: Tell one of the children to
rail himself the "cobbler" and sit on
the floor, while the other join hands
and dance around him. The cobbler
"N'ow Is the time to try on the
shoes," and at once, but without leav
ing his seat, reaches for the feet of
one in the ring while the players, who
muet not let go of hands, endeavor to
dance out of his reach. If one Is
caught he, or she, becomes the cob
bler. Novel Shower Scheme.
This Is a pretty way to present the
gif: to a bride at a shower if the ar
ticle are small like hosiery or hand
kerchiefs. Make a Jack Horner pie in
the colors the hostess wishes to have
and when dessert time comes (if the
occasion le a luncheon) auk each guest
to pull her ribbon and as the package
is forthcoming, each one has some
excuse to find like "This piece of pie
Is too large, please hand it to Miss
B " (the honored guest). And the
THIS Is on of the largo shapes which are agaia tho raja la Paris. It
I turned up at on side and under the brio there la a cluster of
shaded roses. A length of black velvet ribbon la passed under tbs chin
and fastnad under the roses at on side. Nearly all the new picture
hats show strings, either of velvet ribbon or soft satin. Thee strings give
aa old-world appearance to a simple hat and tasy ar. (or Um greater part,
Unique Wadding Anniversary.
At the celebration of the fortieth
wedding day Interesting decorations
on the dining room table either side of
the wedding cake were small dolls,
dressed In costumes which were exact
reproductions of the bridal apparel
worn by the bride and bridegroom on
their wedding day. Every one was so
delighted In comparing fashions, and
a daughter of the couple wore her
mother's wedding gown, aa the bride
of 40 years could not get Into It.
The place cards bore pictures of the
honored gueats taken at the time of
the original wedding and one of to
day, under which was written "Forty
Years After." A picture of the first
home and the present one were also on
the card. It Is needless to say the
guests were much pleased to have
these valuable souvenirs. The boxes
containing wedding cake bore the date
of tho wedding and the present date.
Practical and Seasonable.
So many requests have come to me
for simple but well balanced menus
for stag affairs. I think these two very
good; precede the second one with
watermelon and cantaloupe balls In
glasses, slightly sugared, and a few
drops of aherry poured over them an
hour before serving. Keep on Ice.
Consomme and Bread Sticks.
Salmon "roqueu-s. Hauoe Tartars.
French Fried Potatoes.
Roast Bert, Brown Oravy.
Grape Jam. Chlpix-d Pears.
Parker House Rolls.
Fruit 1 1.
Tomato Salad. Cheese Balls. Sandwiches
Peach Mousse. Cake.
Beefsteak. Creamed New Potatoes.
Spiced Figs. Apricot Marmalade.
Tiny Buklnfr Powder Biscuit.
Tomato Salad. Wafers.
Peaches and Cream. Tiny Sponge Cake.
Tbtfl Is a very old game, but I have
no doubt that It will be new to many.
and I am sure those of us who knew it
in our youth will be glad to renew the
acquaintance. Any number of players
The one who propose the game ex.
plains that the letter chosen must be'
gin the answer to the question; tor
Instance, suppose the letter "A" 1
agreed upon and the leader says "men
tion the name of an American city be
ginning with "A," (Atlanta); a for
eign city, (Amiens); an American
river, (Alabama) ; a mineral, (ame
thyst); a vegetable (artichoke); an
animal, (ape); an article to be worn,
Questions Innumerable may be sug
gested. MADAME MERRI.
Link Buttons In Style.
Link cuff buttons seom to be gain
ing In fashion. They are even used
In the cuffs of coats. Very attractive
link buttons, made all of dull silver
in handwrought design, are sold for
$8 a pair. More attractive links, with
silver settings about Russian blue
lapis lazuli, sell for $15.
FARMERS IN FLEA FOR WATER
Agriculturists In Missouri and Kansas
Ar Trying to Buy Water for
Tnslr Stock Rain Rllva
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 11. Cities
and towns In three states, Missouri,
Kansas and Oklahoma, ar harassed
for want of water. Several towns are
shipping In their water by freight In
others low wells and lack of water for
use in sanitation has caused disease.
Lamentations for burnt crops com
from all soctlons, and In soma of th
districts hardest hit the impossibility
of laying by a winter's feed for live
stock promises to prolong the suffer
ing. A sixth consecutive day of extreme
heat Is under way with the likelihood
that the maximum temperatures, rang
ing from 98 to 110 will be equaled.
To Install New Fountain.
Six new horse fountains In various
sections of the city were ordered In
stalled after complaints had reached
the water department that the crush
about the old fountains waa so great
tn some Instances that the whole
street wa blocked to traffic. Resi
dents carry the water home for do
mestic uses,' a practice usually forbid
den. The fire department issued an ap
peal for extraordinary car in view of
the inflammable state of objects long
exposed to a blazing sun.
Many cisterns and wells are dry.
The president of the fire and water
board today ordered firemen to fill
the cisterns of all residents In need
of water. Dairymen, truck gardeners
and others living In the outlying dis
tricts, have begun to cart water from
the public fountains.
Farmers In Plea for Water.
Farmers in Missouri and Kansas are
trying to buy water for their stock
from the cities and larger towns. A
Jackson county farmer asked for
enough water to supply 250 cattle. An
other wanted three large tank loads
a day until rain falls. The request
was refused. The supply in the south
eastern part of the city is running
A water famine developed at OjatheJ, tno vgnU box on , ,n tne
Kan., two weeks ago, and since then
the town has obtained 60,000 gallons
daily from this city. '
Because water supplies are very low
all over Kansas, S. J. C'runiblne, sec
retary of the state board of health.
sent out a warning that all water for
drinking or domestice purposes should
Governor Hughes and K. D. Coburn,
secretary of the state board of agri
culture, Issued statements urging
the farmers to "keep a good grip on
their courage" and not to sacrifice any
of their live stock, fowls or feed unless
Rain Relieves Soma Town.
-Norfolk, Va., Aug. 11 A rain that
had amounted to an Inch at 9 a. ra.
drenched the territory around Norfolk
east to West Point, west to Neligb and
northeast to Sioux City.
WOMEN PUSHING SUFFRAGE
Jane Addama of Chicago la the Prin
cipal 8pakr for Washington
Washington, Aug. 11. Suffragists
from all parts of the United States are
gathering here to attend the confer
ence of the National Council of Wom
en Voter Wedneaday. Mrs. Emma
Smith Devoe, president of the organi
zation. Is here. The conference will
extend through Thursday and Friday
and will be executive, except for a
mass meeting In a local theater Fri
day evening, at which Miss Jane Ad
dams of Hull House, Chicago, will be
the principal apeaker. Meanwhile suf
frage wcrkers are doubling their ef
forts to win converts. Street corner
meetiugr are affairs of nightly occur
rence aril Miss Jeaunette Kankln of
Montana and Mia Lucy Burn, vice
presldeni of th congressional com
mittee tt the National American Wom
an's Suffrage association, will make
address.! on Pennsylvania avenue.
TEMPERS' TEAM AT DENVER
Chlcagc Commandery, No. 19, First
to Arrive for Conolsv In
Denvsr, Colo., Aug. 11. Th first
drill te-tra of th Knights Templars to
arrive tier for attendance upon th
trienrlal conclave August 12 was Chi
cago commander?. No. 19. The Chi
cago team marched to the parade
grounds especially constructed for th
use of th Knights to begin their drill
practlc. Th work of decorating th
city la finished and everything is in
readlneaa for th opening celebration
when tb ntlr decorative achetn
will b Illuminated with Its myriads of
Fir Do 120,000 Damage.
Fsrmaravlll, 111., Aug. 11. Fir of
unknown origin ,wblch destroyed Ave
buildings waa brought under control
aflar causing $20,000 damage. Th
lo Is partly cotr4 by Insurance.
OTHINO smarter than the black
been developed this season. They are the perfection of tasteful cut In
simple, graceful lines, and made up with a perfection of workmanahlp
which Is possible only when machines lend their precision In the pro
cess of manufacture. Now that deaigners use so much of the effects to be
obtained only by mechanical work, we And th tailored gown Indebted to ma
chine stitching for much of its style.
To be worn with this trig costume the "tailored bat" makes Its appear
ance every season, sure of the earliest welcome and the most lasting
favor. Two of the very latest of this most satisfactory headwear are ahown
here, developed In satin. One shows a brim lifting at the side and faced with
black while the body of the hat Is satin of a sunny whiteness. There is
no trimming except a pair of black and white wings mounted with a rosette
of feathers. They are out-spread as In flight. This hat Is so full of style
that Is will lend distinction to the plainest of gowns.
One of the new sailors Is shown developed In black satin which lies
smooth to the frame. It Is finished with a pair of wings simulated In satin
and posed at the back of the hat. The shape is graceful with on elongated
crown and a very slight droop to the brim.
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
VANITY CASES OF ODD DESIGN
Manufacturers Have Deviled Many
New Ideaa for Thla Indispen
The vanity case has become so
much a part of a woman's outfit that
the manufacturers are discovering
many odd ways for her to carry It.
To take one's powder puff and lip
rouge from one's handbag has become
commonplace; now a woman can tuck
these In her bracelet. One of the new
Llnrt haa flax. Ma llnlra rf crnM tvlro
shape of an oval medallion with a
Or she can wear it around her neck
as a sautolr. Fascinating vanity pend
ants are shown of all styles and
prices, from tiny ones of French Jew
elry to diamond studded boxes no
bigger than a child's locket. Among
the most popular of the vanity cases
for the neck are those of colored Rus
sian enamel on a linked chain to
Again, one may carry a vanity box
on the end of the parasol, or as the
head of a big hatpin, disguised as a
charm for her chatelaine, or even set
In one of the big buttons that orna
ment her corsage draperies. One
girl, who wore a watch on the back
of one riding glove, had set In the
other a small vanity case ready for
Instant use when she dismounted. An
other girl has a similar case in the end
of her crop.
The new opera bags Include a van
ity box, and those that do not may be
supplied with them by small pockets
sewed to the Interior of them.
VEIL ADDS MUCH TO EFFECT
Selection of Material and It Adjust
ment Ar Matters of th Utmost
One reason why the French woman
aristocrat or bourgeois invariably
looks so smart, is because of the car
with which she selects and puts on
her veil. Just now she Is wearing
with her tailored hat a complexion veil
of flesh-colored fine maline which,
from a short distance does not show
at all, and which makea hor skin seem
if dazzling fairness. On this veil. In
the center cf a threadlike (lower spray
or leaf pattern In self tone, Is em
broidered a "beauty" spot in black,
and the strip of gaute is adjusted so
that the spot strikes the face wherever
It most becomes It on on cheek, on
the chin or at on corner of the mouth.
Thla complexion veil, like many of
those in all-ovor chenille-dotted or
small hexagon mesh or in flower mo
tifs or Irregular mesh. Is drawn close
ly about th fac and Its euds tuck
ed neatly away under the bat s brim
at th back.
Craquel meshes in either bold or
modest floral or scroll pattern. Shet
land and Chantilly lac valla, ar worn
with elaborate hats about which they
ar draped In a flowing, loose manner
and their ends allowed to fall grace
fully over th back of th figure.
This About Blouses.
They hav waistcoats.
That la, waistcoat effect.
It la a broad veste usually.
Th material contrasts with
Sharp points com out over th skirt
And It Is finished off with fancy
buttons In tru vast sty!.
To dat this la th newest touch
lhowa ! th blouses of Ut moment
and white checked tailored suits has
COOL SUMMER SUIT
Model of whit moire trimmed with
ruching of black maline. Postillion
Jacket, with sash falling to hem of
A reddish brown wicker basket, pad
ded and lined with light brown satin,
makes a lovely gift to the graduate or
bride, If It contains an exquisitely
hand-painted, cut-glass bottle of
Egyptian bouquet perfume, and a
small satin pad of Egyptian bouquet
sachet powder, attached to the handle
of th basket by means of narrow
aatin ribbon. Tho baaket itself will
prov a permanent ornament to the
dressing tsble, as a convenient re
ceptacle for trinkets, owing to its
padded satin bed.
Som women, who find th suit
case of conventional sis often Isrger
than Is needed for a short stay, buy
the size sold for children's use. These
ar much easier to carry, and ar
often amply sufficient Women going
on a long trip will find th little cas
a great convenience to hold a few be
longing for a considerable absens
from th supply trunk.
Pretty Baby Caps.
Us whit lac allover, and draw th
fullness In at th back with ribbon
run through a tiny bom. Edg th
bonnet with a lac run, and mak
long strings of fin laoa UserUos
about thr Inches wtdw.
V - ' .?
Who Is Charged With Shooting Ints
an Automobile Party and Wound
ing Man and Woman.
Western Newspaper Union News Service
Central City, Ky. The Jail here It
being guarded, both to prevent vio
lence to Sam Nlcholls, coal miner, and
to discourage talk of an attempt to
rescue him. Nlcholls is held on th
charge that he shot Into an automo
bile party and wounded Mrs. W. M.
Houston and John Orlgsby. Two re
volvers, found at the scene of the
shooting, hsve been Identified as b
longing to him. It Is aald his com
panion confessed. Nlcholls rosldea In
Hillside, a mining town three miles
from here. He -and 10 companions
were walking from Central City, when
an auto passed and Nlcholls, It is aald,
opened Are. Mrs. Houston, wife of an
official of the Gibraltar Coal Co., waa
shot hrough the left Bhoulder, and
Orlgsby was hit In the arm. Chief of
Police Langley arrested Nlcholls and
two Tucker brothers, one of whom con
fessed. A few weeks ago John Mar
tin, of Greenville, waa shot while driv
ing along this road. Auto parties are
frequently Intimidated or stoned.
Nicholla's companions tried to prevent
his arrest and say they will stand by
him, hence a battle at the Jail is a possibility.
COOLIES ARRIVE IN CALIFORNIA.
San Francisco, Cal. Because Uncle
Sam has no revenue cutter here the
Japanese fishing Junk reported oft
Point Arena was able to land 17
Japanese coolies, 15 of whom were cap
tured. The junk was seen by men on
the steamer Henry T. Scott heading
for shore, and as the Scott carries
wireless the federal officials were
promptly notified. The town constable
at Point Arena captured 15 men. The
Japanese landed on a sandy beach. 18
miles north of town, and were found
n three parties. 1
FATHER SHOOTS HIS SON.
Racine, Wis. Becaue his son, Chas.
Patsold. aged 28 years, did not at once
obey orders to drive cattle from a corn
field, Ernest Patsold. 62 years of age,
proprietor of a hotel at Wind Lake.
Racine county, shot and killed the son.
An hour later, when Patsold returned
to the hotel and found his son waa
dead, be went to a grove and sent a
bullet into his right temple. It is be
lieved he will die.
THREE DIE IN A WRECK.
Toledo, O. Three msn were killed.
one was fatally anil another seriously
Injured in an automobile accident near
Wyandotte, Mich. The men were rid
ing in Louis E. Bellsteln's automobile
when the cur turned turtle in a ditch
Corn No. 2 white 7676c. No. 3
white 764?76c, No. 4 white 734f
75c. No. 2 yellow 74Vi75c, No. 3 yel
low 74 74140, No. 4 yellow 72 . 7.1c.
No. 2 mixed 7475c, No. 3 mixed 74
474Vic, no. 4 mixed 72V473Hc,
white ear 71074c. yellow tar 74ft76c.
mixed ear 718'74c.
Hay No. timothy $18. standard tim
othy $17. No. 2 timothy $15.50(816, No.
3 timothy $1314, No. 1 clover mixed
15. 50 (ft 16, No. 2 clover mixed $13.50
14. No. 1 clover $14. No. 2 clover $12.
Oats .No. 2 white 42Vi tfi4;io. stand
ard white 42&42VJC, No. 3 white 41
42c, No. 4 white 4041,c. No. 2
mixed 41(3 41 He, No. 3 mixed 40V49
41c. No. 4 mixed 3'J(fi 40ic.
Wheat No. 2 red 87Mifa88c1 No. 2
red 85V4(387c, No. 4 red 65&)85c.
tggs Prime firsts 19c. firsts 16'4c.
ordinary firsts 14 Vie, seconds 10c.
Poultry Springers, 2 lbs and over.
18c; under 2 lbs, 16S17c; old roost
ers, 10c; hens, over 4 lbs, 13 Vie; light,
4 lbs and under. 13lic; ducks, under 3
lbs, 10llu; spring ducks. 3 lbs and
over, 13c; white, 4 lbs and over. 12c;
turkeys, s ids and over, lSc; old toms,
18c; young, 18c.
Cattle Shippers, $7.257?i8; butcher
steers, extras $7.25(37.85. good to
choice $6.6067.50, common to fair $5
f.40; belters, extras $7&7.25. good
to choice $6.506.25, common to fair.
$5.3505 85; cows, extras $ti& 8.25, good
to choice $5.35(5.85, common to fair
$4.75(6.25; caniiers. $3&4.
Bulls Bologna $6.66 ti 6.25. extras
$6.35, fat bulls K fit 6.35.
Calves Extras $10.25. fair to aood
$8(0 10, common and large $4.50f(S.50.
Hogs Selected heavy $8.76fo8. 0.
good to choice packers and butchers
$!d9.10, mixed packers $8.0(9.05,
stags $4.5007.25, common to choice
heavy fat sows $54f 7.75, extras $7.85
WJSO, light shippers $.209.30 pis
(100 lbs and less) $6&9.20.
Sheep Kxtsa $4.1664.25. good lo
holce $3.2564.10, common to (air $34i
Lambs Extra $7.76. good to choir
$7.207.65, common to fair S.25$7.
ulls $3,204)4.50, stock ewea 3.50 1
50, yearlings $3,2545.25.
DUEL FOUGHT BY RANCHMEN.
Lawrence, Kan. Dean Warrvn, age
tl. a ranchman, died th victim of a
bullet aent Into bis brain tn a format
duel staged her. Douetas authorities
ar looking for the young ranchman:'
antagonist. According to Information
said to hav been glveu by person
who verheard plans for th dual, th
men stepped off 30 paea and fired
their pistols. Four shots war fired,
on of which struck Warren la tit
had. A gam of diet I said to hav
bea tht cau of tbs quarrel.