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'JFFCIAL ORGA 'V
AARISH OF CADDO
THE "KANK AND rIL! .
Clevelana's reference to the "rank
*anu ile" is as vague as it is meani-ig.
less. What lutareot or coucern has
Cleveland in "the "rank and file"?
While he was the chief executive of
this, the greatest nation of earth, did
he condescend to recogaize the "rauL
and Ale"? When did he ever take
council of or with the "rauk and
lie"? Mr Clevelaod should give the
country a rest. He should cease his
prating and prattling over Demo
eracy. tie has no claim whatever on
Democracy. He is to all intents and
purpoaes a Republican and he should
mot trouble himself about Democrats
or the rank and file, to whom he
sever gave "a chamace" while it was
Is. his power. Cleveland was then,
and he is now, too inlated with his
self-importsnoe. The"ranu and file"
have no confidence In him and would
not trust him. The "rank and flu."
will never forget his betrayal of
Democracy, nor his midnight
acheming with bondholders and
mouey sharks. "The "rauk and file"
do mot wish to have the "chano '
which Cl eveland would accord them
and will never give him the casuoe
em the rank and Ale, who are loyal.
ile*elasd is noS; he has betrayed
aemocracy and his friends.
Tpmr best work eassot be done without
god beslth, and You can't have go. u
IS lib without pure bioo't. Hood'. Bit ss
partlla is the great pure blood maker. I.
gl appetite, swseagtb and vigor, anu
Cnostlpastos is cured by Hood's PIlls.
The Atlanta Constitution ba* al
leged that Grover Cleveland has
voted for McKinley. In the Atlanta
journal Cleveland denies the allege
tion au l deies the allegator. bo be
i I Clev land's denial will be aceept
sd-be did not vote for McKinley,
but did he tot give aid and
.eeetort to the enemies of the
Ilemeraey ? Did he nal skulk in
his teat while the battle, with the
ememy was in progress? Ue may not
have And a gun (did not vote for
cElntel) but his attitude was en
sweaging and comfkrtinig to Hanna
sad McKinley and the enemies of
Democracy. It is not ncresary for
.a s to wear the uniform of the
namy, or to shout for the ene uy
when be has betrayed his friends and
Ute party which bas honored him.
Cleveland is not a Democrat.
"It would be Do1ter it )ui'd boli
till, sir," suggested the bArber.
"Aia't you afraid of me cutting )our
throat?" "No," answered the victim,
with another lurch, "not as lii g as
you use that raz )r."
The new ouartier had been lbre
weeks in the house. "It is unual,"
acld the landlady, with great delicacy,
for my lodgers to pay as they go."
06o, that's all right," he replitd
affably, "I'm not going for a lobg
The lateest teport from South
Afriea would indicate that the Boe as
have captured a number of Clemen.'s
ams. Somehow Clement is unlucky.
bat why will not these Boers keep
quIet ? To lick the Dutch who have
determlued not to be licked and dtay
licked, is very expensive and annoy.
ing to E gland. If the Boers would
emly consider this question in the
spirit ef an Englihman, no Doubt
every Dutotmin in South Africa
would become an EnglIshman. Tte
Dutch are queer people.
ZWeask tae isaulgence uS our read.
eoa because there ain't no editorial in
hils here issue. Christmas has come
and went since our last issue, and we
have got the writer's cramp and some
ether things not neeeseary to men
Mies. So we ain't very strong this
wek-Ulardeman Free Press.
NOt AN IDLE BOAST..;
Preeldnt .Kruier made no Idle
boast wheu be said after the first blow
had been struck in the South African
war, that if Cnglaunl saould conquer
the Dutch Republicans it would be at
a price tuat would "stagger humtan
ity." Mr Broderick, under secretary
for war, in laying the preliminary
estim ites before 1'arlasin utt was
forced to talk in an apologetic way.
He had to c:nfess that tie South
Afric-n war, the cost of which at the
beginning, says the New Orleans
States, was reckoned as only $*S,000,
000, had already gone beyond *5'0,
000,000, and wbereas the jolly bd;i
lay mareh on to Pretoria was to
have been accomplished by 20,000
troops in addition to the bouth
African garrison', no less than 270,
000 men had to take tue field. Among
these the losses have b en appalling.
Under the return "killed or died of
wounds," there is z list of 11,000 IDee.
As "wounded," 13,000 are reported,
while 12,000 more are in hospitals in
"outh Africa, ili of typnoid lever and
Then there are 36,000 men who are
trouped under the head, "returned
to Eagland, sick, wounded, or died
on passage." in short, some 70,000
men killed, wounded, or disabled, in
order to give 24,000 On lauders a
five-years' trauchise, instead of a
seven years'! "Have we not seen the
war lever before ?" writes Kr Gold
win Smith. "Did we not see it at its
height at the tine of the Crimean war,
which is now universally condemued
and deplored? Even swifter nimut
come the condemnation of the South
African war, with its sacrifices
doubly fearful because needless."
England has already paid the price
which Oom Paul mentioned at the be
gfuntng of hostilities, but this is not
all. She is still payiuz and doubt tas
wi 1 continue to do so for months and
perhaps years to come if there shou d
be a general rebellion of the Dutch in
Uspe Colony. The war office In Lon
don is arranging to transport large
bodies of irregular mounted troops o
South Africa as reluforcsments for
General Kitchener, and of course this
means that more money will noe drain
ed out of the British treasury.
The would-be-but-ias-ot-Congr as.
man F M Welch, mayor of Alexan
oris, La., has been la Washington, D C,
tobnobbing with Marcus Augustus
Hanna in regard to his controln at
of the distribution of Federal patron
age in the fourth Congressional Dis
trict, but the Indications are that
Welsh is not the only pebble on the
Republican beach-there are others;
others with a stronger,. better and
a surer "pull" Welch may secure
some pickings, but no will not be
permitted to bold and handle the
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eoamaiiem. Lana Fever, Milk Fever.
1. B. f AeBB. tamememe. Injuries,
comm I matisml.
C. C. jOS8 THROAT. Qalmmv. Epheelv
enram I lteper,
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R.S. COUGEI8f Celda. I.fl uemse. I3U*md
wasM040 I eaa.aleroPaents.1~aa
tF.' F.jI4LIC. Bellyahe. Wind-Bluwn.
cunas i uerrhes. Dysentery.
G.0. Prevents MIbCARRItAG '
KIDNEY & BLADDER DINORDERt.
1. 1. 1BRIN DIjSASKR. Manse. Eruption..
clomm$Uerrs. Grease, Parry.
J. R CONDITION, $arins )oat.
uestles, bomach Mtassers.
le. each; Stable Case, Ten ftpeelfcs, Book. &E.. P
At Oraiti 9r aett prepahO on recEi .t .f pere.
Huma a'Eedicine Co., Cot. Wi m R Joha.
Sta., New Ork. VLntwrnam MArUAL NEN? PnSe.
and Prostration from Over
work or other causes.
Humphreye' Homeopathic Speciflo
qv. 28, an use over 40 years, the only
$1 pervialtorspeclalpackage with powder,SorU$
A id I, D rum ta, or eaa p' I pid -. , f pr.ice.
sraraaar a'sa. Co..: .. winam a Joa.e I... a bw T
Mr Henry Harris leaves on this
morulag's train for Monroe to yisit
his sister, Mrs Friedlander.
When you Want money, are lnysr
ases* bonds, Ilfe insurance, real estate,
%dcitdett insurance or building and loan
stook, see W C Agurs, In the Cooper
Have yt u a coad to the head, accomps
sled by uncoatroll'ble eneez'ng, eve
watery, red and tof eimed. sine all rve
body. *epecially at nape of neck. Rons
ache as it they had been beaten. if you
feel tbis way, try hpec'flc Globule 1118"; it
will relieve you. Manafactured and ;or
sale by Allen's Pharmacy.
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THE POLIGE J'IRY.
Ofticial Proc'eeding' ot tht tie**
nlon Held 1)eceml:-r 'r7.
threvepi'rt, La., tOPember 27. 191.
The police jiry of I_ addo parlmn, La.,
met tbl. '2lth dof of Dce'u er, pursuant o
adjournment. Win. Winter in the chi r,
and the following mem'ers preseit; - A
Alexander. H H duckaby, I' a Hutchbt -
son, P. P. Keith, W T. Monkhouse, XV. it.
Means, .J. S. Noel. W. 8. Penick, Jr.. C (..
Rives, W. t. Thodhan, W. W. Wyno.
M'nutueof N >veruber 8 and of Deceilubr
13, approved as itad.
Col. Jio. o. Young, the newly appoink d
and commissioued juror for Ward 4, e.'
cecsor to ( spt. J. M. M1oter. devcp'ed,
having 11 ed his com Measton and oatt o0
ottice wa duly enrolled.
Moved by Hi H Huckaoy, d(uly sucon le.
that the j iry 1roceed to elect a preod I'nt
to dit the unexpired term of CGpt .J 31
Foster, dent aced.
H H luokaba, seconded by Mr Alex 4:
der, placed in nomination for that pua'tton,
Hi P 1' Keith.
J ' Noel, seconded by W F' Tho'1bnn,
placed ini nomiektion Mr Wm Winer.
Mr Winter .<i toed tie use of bLi n'iune
for the poaition,and placedlin nomivatiin
J S l ,ucg, which was saco.i-: i by Mr
Co: Yo lng declined, statinu tha i - hI d
just qualitied, and requesteud his uaiie Ue
Mr Winter then withdrew bii deciiaa
Lion, and re-entered the held tar tus oil !e
Moved by Mr Noel, that the jury a 1i u n
for thirty minutes to see If a coupromi'e
oculd not be effected.
rhe jury reassembled, when on motion
of Mr Pet.lok, the yea and tay vote was
called, which resulted as foullws: For
Keith-A.exinder, Hutchinson, Huckay,
Moukhouse, Panick, Wynn and Winter, 7,
for Winter-Keith, Means, Noei, hives,
Thoman, t; J 8 Young not voting.
Neither of the osndiuates having received
a majority vote of the memoers 01 the jury,
which the rules of the jury revu red, there
was no cieotion.
After another recees of ten minutes, Mr
WiLter again oalled the meeting to urdir.
He stated that as a majority of toe mem
oers present had by their votes sail tb :y
were in favor of Mr Keith, be would r -
IIdaqulsb. Mr Kettn then tone the chair.
Committee reports progresse on lii.k
ferry roa-, and granted further time.
To the Itkoorable Preeident and Member.,
of the Polle Juoy, Caddo Parish, Le:
Your committee appointed some tim
ago to nhvestigate the necessity of esta)
lish11g a "poor farm" for the parish, be.
to say that alter mate a consideration o
she matter, that we cannot advise ton
establushing of such poor lara, as from n
standpoint can we see that the parimm oi
our poor could be benelated. We do not
think it poseible far the parish to extenao
aid to so many poor wztn so little money as
under our pre.eut system of dealing wi1o
toe pauper. We are aware of the fa;Lt the
there wiall be many applicants to be put on
the list that sbould aot go on it, tbereoloe
we say t every meatr of this jury, that
as should be very careful and guard the
parish treasury from this Point well.
P P KEITH.
S A ALEX kLDkIl.
W B MILAN .
Committee on better roads granted
Protests of Wast Bradford and Johi
(laiseli, Jr. aralast read from Unit to
Boelber read. No actios Lakes in the
The matter of parish printing reported
Tue bid of Saenger Bros., for f irnisbiog
malitines for parish for ensuing year,
teing 2io per prescriptIon, and L M Carter
Drug Co, 16o, the contract was awar.ed to
L M Carter Drug Co.
moved by J a Noel that Stumpy bayou
ferry be made a free ferry, and Jas Boyd.
sOun be employed as ferryman at $12 501
per month, commencing J .nuarv Lst, 11 1
The secretary is hereby instructed to I
readvertise for bids for bridge over James 1
I ayou at Hart's lerry lauding.
jhe contra:t was awardeu Nosh Tyson
for building bridge over Black bayou, wes.
of Rodets.aa 11 35 per foot,
The flowong contracts were let for
runting terries for the ensuing year, terry t
man to give satisfactory bonds, and feriles 1
to be run from daylight to dart:
Hops Ferry, Henry Coleman. at 118 ii 1
per month, until sul.h time as the jury sees 1
proper to build a or dge at that point
Hart's Ferry, to W A Witbiame at 11) r0
Mooringsport lercy-U T itartin at 44,0 (
W T Monkhouse is he'eby authorized to t
have Hancock oridge built at a cost not to
exceed $1 per foot.
The returns of Election hold in Ward 5
for or against sale of intoxicating liqusr ,
having been canvassed, the fallowing ord -
nasee was presented and adoited.
Declaring pronibition of sale of spiritous ,
and Intoxicating liquors in Ward Elgnt
of the parish of Caddo, State of Louis
Whereas, at an election held in Ward
light of the parish ol Caildo, under the
direotioa of the poliee jury, on Decemoer
12, 1100, to take the sense of tne legal voters
of said warn as to the sale, or prohibi ion
of sale of spirituous and inttx.catinx
liquors In said waid, forty-eight votes
were cast against the sale of spir:tuous
and iteoxicating liquors ft said ward, and
Afteen votes were east Ios the sale of
spiritus and letoxicating liquors in said
ward, as shown by the returns of said elec
t ion, duly canvassed by the police fury o
Caddo pauIah; therefore,
lie 1, oUl in d by the poiiot jury of
U.. do ,earali in 1egai asseotl y couvene1,
blot lromj iod glier Lbi (tt <I ) of Jaa.u.r.
A. 1* , 1u901, all 'saps at spirItUoU and in
tuxtualtng liquurs lf Ward ou the parish
01 CAddo, State of L uiuiaua, be aid tue
came ..re bereoL 5,oabi;ted un.. er the ien
al.y of law.
Cowmittee on selection of jail pans
reported that tLchy favored the plans sub
mwited by J Kiley 4ord.n, but pending
receipt of all specidestione pertainine
thereto, they withtolIl any lurtuer reco u
wendation until uutil after rec'ipt of same.
Deenmber it. 1400.
lo theOtf.fers Sn Membersof the Pollce
Jury, Cad1o ParIsh, Louisiana-tlent'e.
3u.: Tote is to certify that we baslanot d
Mr C IC Perron.el's (parish treasurer) pies
book on luth of December, and that tO
balance to his credit on lnst date was
,l'.S12 32. 6ince that time, we have paid
nineteen vouchers irgiegating 6ti3 1:,
leaving balance to tie c:eJit at tI.h clo'e
or business on 12:b of December, S160,4119 17
WM. J. BLAERII-D(JRP'IFEt.,
Move I that tbi' ser retary he Ln'd she is
hereby authorized to le auvertie for b dI
fur building tr.dge ovi r Ilbs shoe bayou
at eri's place ab u 12:, tet long. and over
Ilocley bayou anout 144r Pet lotg, both .n
TIne unance committee report, havi' g ,
unanimousiv disa proved b: 4 Walke 'a
account referrea to them. Moved that W
R Means, W W Wynn and J W 1I zon were
appointed a ommittee to ino stigate and
report at next meeting.
'1 he comnmittee to draft resolutions om
the death ,it Capt Foster, reported and
granted turther time.
N AIL THRIK.
Mrs Bettle Attawas was arantd " per
mouth for h-rbelt and children, same to
be paid to W I*, W -aeon.
J 6 Noel Is b, reby authorized to have
bridges bunat in his ward at a cost not to
exceed $1 per loot.
Patience Dewbart was placed on pauper i
list at $2 per month.
The accouotol Dave Wimberly for burial
of Frank Dewhert for $6 allowed.
Matter ef basement room and commuel
cas'on troan Orphans Home at New I- 1
leans referred to finance committee; alse
Mr Alexander is hereby aulhorised :tU
have bridge built on Greenwood and
Spring Hidge road on Land place.
Mevea oy Mr Winter and carried, that
the president Oro tem be and be is hereby
Authorised to aocept title to lot 11, block
24, for toe sum of $8,600, and parish treas
urer authorized to sign warrant otr aso .
Moved by Mr Winter, that the parish
treasu.er to and he is hereby authorized
to sign warrant for $6,000, purchase price
of lots 9 and 10, block 24. with seoeued
luterest thereon to date, as per judgment
reodered in cx ropriatln suit of the
pari.h of Caddo vs John D.xoo.
C E Perroacel, parish treasurer, ti en
made his report, Fresenting his vouchers,
which were cnscked, nancelled and burned
by order of and In piesence of the jury
and said treasurdr accorded a tull and
complete acquittance to December 13,
ihe dIlferent funds have a balance se
fpecial K It tax has a cr. dit of....19,937 80
General lund " " . " .... 2,r9 112
Br dge fund " " " " .... 7;o9 9s
But & Sin. fund " " " " .... 3,216 I2
Am't on band ra First Nat Bank 1I.8i2 32
N 3 itrle was spjpoint.t road overseer
from Barker's gate East to douthero ave
nue, thence North to city limits.
Ueo. Autrey In place of A. McKay, In
Wm. Gibson on road from Hose' ferry to
Dave Uartei'a place.
Joshua Haynes and Mehaly Evans
oaupeie, reported dead.
The following accounts allowe
H HI Huckaby, scoount Erwin ferry.$14 50
P P Keith............ ............... 1 -
Supervisors electiou ................ 45 OU
Expense acecurt ..... ........ ..... S 41
G16s o .........................1 11
aI r K itn....................... l 75
S ir'.vcp rr Paum )i o Co............ e 8
Hugo lH yer. ..................... 2 t.)
i 'ilveratein.. .............. ...... Ii 75
L % C:awtord ............... ....... ;i 00
Davis Bros...... ................ 18 1i
Sheridan Stormor Co................ 4 15
S U D~eytus & Co.. .............. 5'7 76
Clarke & Courts ... .............. 14 35
Agurs & Kingseore..... ... ...... 11 66
UzJlvie Printing o .............. 20 04)
A Kahn..... ....... ...... 2 95
Sm Cshn......... ..... . .......:i 26
A A Alexander ................ ..... 2i 75
Wortman & Adame ...... ........127 75
B J Rudder ...... ..... ... ... 1004)
The following accou ita pald since meet
log Nov. `, 1940:
J K sol. d.......... ............. . . :) 00
Jt aud . ...................... 2J00
J S C )megye commissioner and clerk
Precinct 5, Ward 4..... ........... 12 0)
I endae & Martin.................. 7 5S
.1 A Monkhouse. commissioner Jew
ella .. .... ... ....... ............ 12 00
L M Mcluffl ,commissionir Precinct
7. W ard 4.......... .............. 12 00
lebu Watts.................... 0
W L Young...................... 35 45
1J Land........................ 20 t0
J KtLand........ ........... 3500
C C Alexander. conveying McDer
mott from Mareball............ 12 n5
8 J Wald, insase to asylum. ....... 71 00
Anchor Supply ( . ............. i
Ch's Stoer.............. ....
H A Y ,n1r..0.. Itt)
It N M cK -'ar.... ..... .... ..... 40- I4
.Inn K oeon ...... .. . ......... . Ott
10 I M C l iisvay .. ... .. ....... 1n
I ' L and .... .. ....... 4
.1 it lsna. . . t,0
SJ Ward, conve.ing Jones from Min
dPC. etc I. I a. . . 1
1 It Land . . ..... . . 1'
9O motion the jury adj)urned to meet Il
re ular seeseio the second Tburiday in
o 1' K1ruH.
I'rebiddot pro tem.
BI D6 IN VIThID
Bide ase hereby invited for building
bridge at Hart'e ferr ivndiang on .Jtaiue
bavon. and one over florpeshoe bayou at
yell's "lace about 1::1 feet Ion, anti snotbee
over Dtoley bayou about IO feet long,
said 11 rees to be built a(co-ding to 1 -r
ihb apecifticttone witrt wooI and eatl -
factory bond an'l to be let to I-west hidde:,
.ry teserving riubt to reject ar.V ant- ala
lite. Bids to be opened .Janu try 11. 1i1,
P. P. k It.I I' H.
l s Preldent Pro Jem.
A. L.D RINUICR, Clara.
Ihar lIois Lunrsurne Womaan on
h-ill I I e . If ii .ills I tt'ilnt 1it. Ith
t ir lt -:ft i - .ltl: .It mi lt ' tih riche-t flt
Ill t lurm.t Int~ II a.e of" b in;" tile- ru nt
T it i thilt Mir.. 1.1 llilthes it oilf
\lf I'. I lle l I f :I t tfltn f Iti f :i Cxi
'it I\ft ti- I l Iiti Ii 1i h S4 l lit elp
1.14 r is 4_1 ;111a ai a 1-1\-r od l n ul l :111" h:an
\\:IillrIAlle T ite 1111 it4 m mid. -111
I:1111 ut' in tnt a n to apx 1 - 1i:Itis ian s it rtti
fta kIt a turnea bii liking i. l. lk- thl
Alaijprity, of thint.e (minim. but Iu rm
tli-d h- 01 twrtit\utly Nile Is by 11011 Il:1718
H ri ' l ift- iIe:111, iit- she is sati tir k1ti
a tictailedi ail haut 11f the wtio-illliturres
oti her li utt ol snor-l :t uIII tote ar oa
C- ile1 \\11l1141l or Ilu~hine"s.
A Titled Dtairymamid.
The iuht.i < of Ilgii.i uto't Iis a fan
cy fill holly wiirk nini lens hauilt h-rsIlft
a s -eti afsl li t111 airy i t ii .: t en iark.
orite wianis :ire if ctitraiir, i the hp1er1 If
al:ihnster 1111 11 0 l ti" o (1111 1 t - rr:I .nt;I .
billitain of (the iincst 4111- \ i : water
ndhls ti$nitty 1411 ')1l 1 1 1mn s it, thet \\ h111
Often, (1l, dtelncess r'is1" o an -: u i~v
t-thour a makes dainty little lat. is
iatter in tinb- to aprebury the breal
fnst table. anti itometimes she -l en
takt's a turn :it milking.
A l~eader of thse t'ealae roar flea
Here is a little dog who has attractted
tiht attention of muore than one royal
andl noble personage. 11ile. Fuuv-tte
Is it **year-oli toy burring. She is a
P1nrisi-nne and is eonsilered the per
fection of her kind. Hler mistress la
Miss Elizabeth Harbury, the well
known dramatic agenit and the Amseri
can representatile of till Societe des
Auteurs Pt C'ompositeurs hratmatique"R.
Miss Hlarbury calls; Fairette "tier little
lending lady." anti she has refused
uaniy tempting oil l's to part with her.
There was one In particular froum the
grand I)tike' Ale'xis. who was so anx
oious to own her that lie offered $70K0.
Etnovette has received No many prizes
in her short lie that It is it wonder that
hter small haul is not turned. Hlower
er, she adopts none of i' airs of '
-nines of high degree' h"t is thorughly
fri-ndly and .o democratie that she re
etivets with etinmil guood grata the t'a
rec e. of the ch t:afar luau at the thea
t''r :tiau the atit'ltiuons of pt'ople of qulal
A woman. Mlrs. 1:eegina Ntucklen, Is
assiitnut in",' t tnr 11f immnigration in
New York. Nh.' has 111.1 promoted in
the civil ser~vi''t t"1 a ' 1:1-- in which the
salary Is $91 "
And 11l)% it hay beenl I1scmvereil That
a womllanl t\role t'ut 41 the hooks of
the \ew% Todulawleit, the epistle to th'*
H~ebrt'tS. i'rofessor Iliniack: of lb r
lin,, one of the' molst diIstiinguishell it 1
lit'nt vrhoh rs of the ti: ute. };it s it :I,
his rluelts:1ilitica opinion that this t'Intlett
was 11 ritit'l 1y I'ristillat, men1 t ione' ! I,
a gifted and1 hotli c em in k l m : I n lit
Paul, who itn gi'neral wes~u. na toI' L..Itt
had IluIchl of 511 opilni'n ait, wt' IIe
Three ha~nlta elve S h 1;, 11~ r't ask
ed for a I\lt n ;sa sps
w mun al an :11' lit 1I11'.tl
ony w prb rAl vwrr
beaui) retrcetitti. et I i Su I w b 'tile
Out ae yt tloulH i t. 'ri fnt ' a t hu e
itutltre wait lit I ' In iti rtie id frm i
I antd it I ,e :l e. h itsI wn
w asel holit i1:,I as I-t" .I~ihi lts m lim bl
titlSc to ('1t : e that he utlereidn s l $ I
Iheatttve'tt itti reeid mNO mabny prize
tn he r sii In t i I h1t it: Isi wlondr -th t
lisdi ul It;e, tt e t ind., ier '-1t
Sr she it to n I n u. tin1of tir:' of t ( al -
e' It of bite: i t ' ii:i t lute a i tila
DIR'ESS AND FASH1OA.'
A SI ASON OF CONSPICUOUS SPLEN
DOR IN WRAPS, GOWNS, ETC. ,
Fle'-annt YT ning Wrap and out.
Tihe. oft e-r.-ua of 'eil e-r l~Itrmle'a
I pon the 4-lery of eold.-flate and
4 fhi' Afternoon Gowns.
1'Ile--e nil eign- fail thiis will lee It
gail'iil ioiniipii';lii rou If i. iv.I-Iring of
hlnlicline clolllies. 'The' winter e"e'n
i'' ofuifler tine iipportilnitie-4 fiir theedis
pIhy of iple'lliit yloiu in. V rapc . tr..
and the' pic tiresllpe "Ie. itf mis
N hidh nolw prIiie' ls t pi" TI-i ili iinilcteq
vstsls of ejicitint e"e-w-rililies fir the wo
Ulan who 1e n'i rteit eliTi tii )icii4i.
T'lhe' first -elti-h, b Isict Ii-Iriseý
horse shteew sty i-es, v: Il- i i- at
Into the realm oif ie" ni t. ;.,e
graceoful e. ifninw II"!P pi" t'ur
fashioned In gray br. I,` p:l
~: / .1 .
CI'r t ieillntVIli- .el "i
oDer with ci l.-rpI le igne in t.l
Mllee'. iiami ii ncli gii- riii \
tihere' Ii iinlet eg Mort of gre r'
g re--n klilli-.1 -tilii*, w lille- veteni
cicn1, in lrtiti. elpilee tioi e fif let.
SLeion, iii . i 1,,;t l'i h cj with :t c-ha
Ind tim h ..1 i jihilln. 'IT.- fur
n I . I t it l 'i " I:" ion. c eril : tIhe teelt u
i, of iII, le-ti rlnt effaic r ie if ei
iiieahel iisi r iiicie ii-ilni tier l1ce c
ciii. b . h ti lwt iie n'tii'i .
lIi f cii i Imr, ,l i, t e .ii i 11 ii)n I~li;- iII1 t
g10.i1h"ol ior i t rooe t Unilt on 1.
ice li- n iie. ii I'- Iic-il 'lie ini cr!cy elot
l iee-e-I-leg nn :iielliee (it of Irii -lhe-iill
T olinr is lie ki. eieie iillll:i Ski
w ile' eill teni:eis re-ei-:e Iilc'it litling
Th'ii'' ;;e1u,. 1 e:lf liim k.i .,,ii I r tit are of
thee cefterno-ccn ciii clr l ii 1-i In w-inte
reed eintel i-cc elm- re-el iltt cileee, with
a hite e.ellth eelili Ie :Ilel e.wa-ntheld
I white Rilk l;est. lCits if blink vmlvet
ritieone iroinii reit ice " Iie iicilei 11CII the
we I-ist. 'Thie othce-r i, in lcitet iloteh.
with white aelile ro-vers cl eseinslltle-.
wic gold breid. Iblneck iii td ribbon
81111 funey leluttoels
IIit-, toes, parItnkk of ill.' ilctiure or
der. Niney Tmillinieere n,,' iaein, u
tree of hIetv whilel ItchhelI diipla te
lest Redvantaetge' ile- f:cei-e- e iceuen. ''
hat Is tiow Cimidei for ieI cc
pte'cl of woincin for tlce- iiut It
Ieesson O Icei l'rht- r e ccci- Ib .' trim
teiIch its. A htee-e -I:I, .-f piikil ri-e1,
wRehi-l ti a ii ru- liwiv."I cve-iruc-.Ihm-el
strnwherrry eolor n n ,l I pin 1 bl; IIt111; In
per, looki -verv we-Il fur iits uiiI tlicupee
wit hInbak -teinth : ens e- W
Vllvet is raihicct iee r i I ie1r. T'alt
for niasee gowense aree falu-hunt ii out of it,
r' Vii' i I.
and wV~t.! l iieV!vat tamipedl withgi
1''4'w i':asiiia'r iElat sir. ily the
of ol i r'gli~i tEE gll. 1418("(' hI the 0
ia'h (ir'ui rf silvei', 11r1Id lr'.a ;011ties
rair( ''lirrairiai corir. ( trulis lET ('lothi
'w"ith Taic ttrrrghruisýc tIinE nlaiterlalS.
itrit Ira the tirilst or rail It.. r'iiaige It It
aig rca' ii le to knorw Il~ thati' II(. rjiiflctolO
of" PElak anid wiv iti' '' or I irns to be 88
lJErp ta1ir Ir.s it is ('I.''c::it :rind (r rvenient
to) I tie wVEEEiIEI ii I., 114i r iE' El om EEE rY
NEJ skirts I;E' ii' unrE hrly SE'&IDt
arid bowsi in ri~iliriryr iiEE(1 oni dreRsI
are taggedi i th liiignilifettI oS E gold ai
Jid your trio' rlr''r"(' t.; ) taits ate
where r'Eflrrji~It: vE'Elruaii~ to WOO~
A ChiEE:E i.1;, iii 'I ri iEE' lt Case
atta'airu t( Ett ibi't aE rIEE decides
it tiia . isii.Emii vEiiiE't tIt pi
fur' )l~i i . 'I I;E' Ir'i.,(EriE'r i tire
*W a; ti (r ' Ii'r I .''ir trg ("(. Sh'ii ii
f.'rr(i''i 1(} EWE hil ', hr\ yii r v ~r. IE
r~ n hait Ii \' 'Earl,1 i 'IE lit'I
(a 'l'Eint. I'Erti'E uiEE' r(liL'E \ til ErU
tha 11E ( li i ll( r ( iE'E ' E':11 ;1' a 'i
s,:ill(~. ia sE'Ouiilr'r'i il' a1 rri;i''1i4
choieEC cpllthup, rtiE JiArlli' 'hik toX1
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