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The Jackson Herald
Jones & Ramos, Editor nd Manser's.
If dreamers were doers all would bo
Still, people speak of football fatal
ities at "accidents!"
Underwear advertisements are po
tilarly thrilling Juat bow.
Twaa better to have tried and loat
than never to have tried at all.
A suggestion: Why not a hobble
klrt for the bride's wedding gown?
SEEMS SLATED FOR SPEAKER
The death of eight avlatora In the
past month proves aviation a costly
A deaf chauffeur must be tn the
wot class as a color-blind locomotive
One Chicago woman hid a diamond
tn an umbrella. Quite so. However,
he got It back.
Every time football kills a boy one
cannot help wondering If football ts
really a sport.
Aviators make rings around the god
dess of liberty, but no one else Is per
mitted to do so.
Our Idea of a well-trained balloon ts
lone that will go to Mexico Instead of
to Canada at this season.
Wtien the America became a wreck
aU sea It went up Instead of down.
This Is a new record at any rate.
At the prevailing prices modest per
sons might think It a privilege to be
an egg, especially a strictly fresh egg.
Tne gowns worn at aviation meets
already begin to draw attention away
from the horridly unconventional man-birds.
Although Speaker Cannon's term does not ex
pire until March 4. 1911. the campaign as to who
will bo the next to occupy the speaker's chnlr
ts already being warmly contested. Many well
informed Democrats declare that Champ Clark of
Missouri, leader of the late Democratic minority,
seems slated for the speakership, although James
Hay of Virginia and Robert L. Henry of Texas
are active rivals for the place.
Horn In Kentucky In 18B0, Clark emigrated as
a comparatively young man to Missouri and also
had an early but brief experience In Kansas. In
1875 he located at Bowling Green. Mo., and be
gan the pructlse of law and In 1893 he was first
elected lo congress. Since then he has repre
sented his district continuously, with the excep
tion of one term.
Clark, like many other men who have made good, gives full credit to
his wife, llcfore she married Clark she was Miss Genevieve Bennett, a school
teacher, with a local reputation as an elocutionist. Clark was a young lawyer
without any marked promise of future greatness and mighty little chance
ever to shine as a self-composed, fluent speaker. His wife took htm tn hand,
drilled him tn elocution, drilled him In Delsarte until his gestures became
easy, and after each speech made by her husband while candidate for Prose
cuting Attorney of Tike County, she made little suggestions as to how his
speech might have been made more effective and pleasing.
The home life of the Clarks, It Is said. Is delightful just one little domes
tic cloud being known to the neighbors. This Is the antldy condition of the
library. Reserving to himself this room, Mr. Clark issued General Domestto
Order No. 1: "Nobody is allowed to touch the books and papers In the library
or attempt to clean up the room." Distinguished visitors come to the Clark
home often and aro delightfully entertained, the hostess making but one
request of her husband's friends: "Please don't go into Mr. Clark's library!"
Around the walls are bookshelves filled with volumes that show their
owner to be a student and a careful buyer of books. In the center of the room
Is a long table where things lie where they fall until the czar of the library
sees fit to move them. The room Is heated by an old llagcy stove, rd with
rust, and Its pipe Is fantastically draped with cobwebs.
His name Isn't "Champ" at all It's James Deaurhamp, the latter being
his mother's maiden name. Clark early mado up his mind that this was too
much of a name to carry Into politics, so ho shortened It to Champ, by which
he has become known to fame.
tfoth Manuel and Alfonso have the
pearl-gray spot habit. No wonder ;
they are constantly getting Into hot
OUR AMBASSADOR TO MEXICO
Is the dirigible just coming Into Its
own. or Is this Inst splurge of cross
ing the English channel but a dying
A scorching automoblllst In Kansas
City knoiked down four blind girls
at once. That appears to be the rec
ord for the season.
As a new $100 counterfeit bill ts tn
circulation the wnlters In the more
luxurious henneries should be careful
when accepting tips.
That New Tork girl who was mnr- ;
rled amid a fringe of puppy dogs prob-
ably will like her husband, too, when ,
he gets used to lilm. i
Announcement Is made of a rise In
the price of ostrich plumes. One of
the crying needs of the time Is an In- !
crease In the number of ostrich farms. .
To own an automobile may be an
Indication of prosperity, but to pos
sess nn nutomoblle and be able to
have bacon for breakfast Is a sign of
Tho life of Henry Lane Wilson, ambassndor
of the I'nlted States to Mexico, was reported to
hnvo been attempted by rioters at Mexico City
during tho recent embrogllo. Many Americans
went to the American einbnssy declaring to the
ambnssmlor, Mr. Wilson, that they Intended to
arm themselves, as they considered the conduot
nf thn rhlnf nf nnlirn. Felix Dim. during the dls-
V?" Mv'y' l1' I orders unsatisfactory. Mr. Wilson declared he
r...sLx j" I was satisfied with the attitude of tho Mexican
.')''.''!. 'S' m. Tftri I I onvornm.tnf hut that tu itpmilv rpirrpftpit that
the chief of police had made no great effort to
I revent disorder.
Mr. Wilson then had a long conference with
Fcnor Creel, minister of foreign affairs, who as
sured him that Americans would not stiff any
more and tlint tho agitators would be punished
Scopr Creel In an interview later said that the relations between Mexico and
America were as cordial as ever. Ho denied reports of friction between the
governments and gave assurance that all would bo sttled diplomatically.
Mounted police patrolled the streets to prevent any further anti-American
demonstrations. Tho principal high school and tho national university were
guurded, as was the Amertcnn embassy.
Henry I.. Wilson practised law and was a banker In Spokane, Wash., from
1885 to 1S9G and considers that city his home. In 1889 he was appointed minis
ter to Venezuela by President Hurrlsoti, but declined; from 1897 to 1905 he was
minister to Chile, and from 1905 until the present year he served as minister
to Belgium. Mr. Wilson was born at Crawfordsvllle, 1ml.. In 1857, and was
graduated from Wabash college In 1879. From 1882 to 1885 he was editor of
the Lafayette find.) Journal.
THE costume shown on the left ts
a combination of soft primrose
satin and silver grey chiffon. The
attn Is used for the Princess under
dress, the chiffon Tor the over-dress,
which Is slightly full at the waist,
and at each side has a panel of dull
silver and pearl trimming with fringed
The front of bodice Is veiled with
the chiffon, over which trimming Is
laid, a narrow dull silver trimming
edging the bodice; the chiffon Is then
draped on the bodice, the sleeves be
ing cut In with It; the edge of sleeve
Is finished with the trimming.
Materials required: 7 yards double
width satin, 8 yards chiffon, 42 Inches
wide, trimming according to width.
The other Is In white satin char
meuse; the slightly trained skirt la
trimmed with wide tarnished gold
and pale blue embroidery, which
draws tho oatln slightly In and gives
the effect of a tunic, edged with hand
some cord that Is carried up to the
waist each side front
The over-bodice Is of entirely the
same embroidery, with undersllp of
white crepe-de-Chlne, the whole edged
with cord; waist-band of soft blue
Materials required: Five yards
doublo width satin, 1 yard embroi
dery for skirt, li yard embroidery
for bodice, 114 yard crepe-de-Chlne
40 Inches wide.
SHOWING THE WINTER STYLES I REVIVAL OF "GREEK BATH
"LAFE" YOUNG FOR SENATOR
In St. Louis an aviator advertises
Tessons In dying 125 each." He neg
lects to mention the number of lessons ;
It would be necessary to take to be
come a good flyer.
Sixteen new stars have been found
In the Inst 25 years and IS of them
have been found by women. Which
again goes to prove that women were
always partial to stars.
A man In Germany who traded his
wife for a pig was declared by the
Judge beforo whom he -appeared to
have made a suitable exchange, as he
himself was but a hng.
Samoa Is breaking Into the limelight
with hookworm. As 85 per cent, of
the nntlves are suffering with It, Ba
Bioans think the fart entitles them to
01110 part of the world's notlco.
It has been announced In New York
that hereafter smugglers, whether of 1
high or low degree, will bo sent to Jail !
Instead of being fined. This ought to '
stimulate tho conscience of tho return
In),' traveler. ;
Lafayette Young, who has been appointed
I'nlted States senator from Iowa to succeed the
late Senator Polllver, Is a nathe Iowan. Most
of his llfo haB been devoted to the newspaper pro.
fesslon, and last spring ho celebrated his twen
tieth year as owner and editor of tho lies Moines
Mr. Young was born In Monroe county In 1848.
Ho learned to set type In tho ofllco of the Albla
I'nlon, finishing his trade with Mills & Co. of
Pes Moines. In 1870 he was city editor of the
lies Moines Register. In 1871 he established a
paper at Atlantic, Iowa, called the Telegraph,
which he successfully published nineteen years.
In 1890 he bought a well-nigh defunct dally lews
paper at Des Moines and tho paper Is now a
thoroughly modern dally with a building of Itsowi.
Mr. Young served twelve years In the state sonate whllo living In west
ern Iowa and had an opportunity to go to congress, which he declined. He
was with fcenerul Shatter's Fifth army corps us a newspaper man In the
Santiago cumpalgn, and has maiio a reputation as a lecturer on that cam
paign. "Lafe" Young Is a national figure tn Republican politics and Is noted as
an orator. In 1900 nt the Philadelphia Republican convention ho noralnatod
Theodore Roosevelt for vice-president. He haB been twlco delcgato at la:-ge
to the Republican national convention from Iowa. He accompanied President
Taft on his trip to tbu Philippines some years ago and Is a personul friend of
Stnator Young will serve until tho next legislature meets, January 8. It
will ho tho duty of Hint legislature to elect a senator to fill tho unexpired
term of the lute Senator Dolllvcr, which ends In 1913.
Exhibits of London Dressmakers Give
Fair Idea of What Is Going to
All the smart dressmakers In Lon
don have been exhibiting their new
models. The coat and skirt costumes
were chiefly of "ratine," the latest
novelty In materials, which when at
Its best resembles chamois leather In
appearance, but is as soft and warm
ss a good Harris tweed. Coats, of
course, were short and rather like the
reefer of several years ago, while
skirts, If not actually hobbled, were
tight to the hobbling point and much
.rimmed. House and evening gowns
were almost all fashioned with tunic
effect Sometimes the tunic was very
long. Sometimes It reached but a tit
le below the hips.
Black was much used to soften
vivid color effects. Thus, a frock of
jurple and green ba! a long tunic of
black net bordered with Persian trim
ming, while black and blue and black
and magenta were blended on various
evening gowns. Oriental embroideries,
dull silver and gold tissues and gem
studded braids were also In evidence.
Garlands of flowers wero used In trim
ming some of the dresses, and one
dainty pink and cream gown was
shackled with ropes of dainty little
roses veiled with chiffon.
A sure test to prove a sober condi
tion or tho contrary lias often been
suggested, but not altogether decided
tipon. A guest In a Gotham hotel has !
apparently established a euro one. Ho I
ordered two taxlcabs sent to his room
ORIGINATED GARDEN FARMS
When aeroplanes are driven, as
etuiy In their developments as this, at
the rule of more than a ml'.e a minute,
for i.'i miles at n stretch, It ts evident
thit t)e automobile has Its work cut
out If it is tn seep ahead of tho flying
maehltu-fi in Hpeed.
Flying from Franco to England lia
ceased Oi be considered marvelouj.
Progress lu aviation Is rapid enough
to satisfy all hut very Impulsive! people.
Fifteen hundred schoolboys turned
out tho other day and cleaned tho
stretB In the Sixth ward of Kansas
City, without asking any pay fur their
servWvs. It was found when the
work .os completed that not a boy
t-.ad LUMs.'ned a broken collar bono or
Buffered brumes that made It iieees
fury t'jt him to be fuken to a hciDi'i"'
The woman who is principally responsible for
the lormallon of the International Children's
School Farm league lu Mrs. Henry Parsons ol
New York city. Sho haB mado a practical Issuq
of tho "buck to tho soil" idea, uml has been
real mother to thousands of children during the
pust ten years. Sho nianagod to seeuro from the
city the privilege of using an old (lumping ground
as a garden farm. So many children applied foi
uilmlsslon that hundreds had to be turned away
Tho system she followed was to award to eacr.
child a plot four by eight feet for three months
Seven vegetables wero planted and twice a yeai
crops wero harvested. This was done under thi
direction of assistant teachers and the cropi
wow given to the children.
It 1h said that wonderful results are bolnit ae-
eompllshed. Sickly children have becotno strong and happy from the open
air exercise and sunshine. Industry has been Inculcated and principles of
honesty and courtesy established, and tho health and lives of many chlldrer
have been saved through these charming broathlng plnces In the centor o
the congested districts of our largo cities.
Mrs. Parsons Is sixty-two years of age, but bright, cheerful ami energetic.
She has found that children love farming. Not only has sho tucceeded in
Interesting them in digging and planting as a novel occupation, but she has
led their minds into Intellectual llelds. Slio has even Interested them In
good roads problems, tho saving of our forests, the uplifting of the farming
coiuuiujjity ni'd giving to thtlr minds a ilreiifctbeuiug and httaJtliy uaa.
There Is a preference for white laces
Light, filmy laces are trtmmeu lth
fur for winter cowns.
The popularity for the one piece
gown does not abate.
More ostrich feathers are being sold
than ever before.
Black velvet Is paramount as trim
ming, while satin runs a close second.
Large colored wood buttons are seen
on some of the new tailored suits.
There seems to be no cessation In
the demand for allovers and baby
The stylo of the one piece after
noon gown depends upon the little
French touches more than upon any
special scheme of line.
Hints for the Table.
For a very delicious dish of deviled
clams prepare a cupful of chopped
clams and season them with cayenne,
salt and the Juice of a lemon. Mix
them to a soft batter-like consistency
with the yolks of two eggs and some
powdered crackers. Put the mixture
Into little ramekins, brood scalloped
snells or Into tiny cups, spread the sur
face with soft butter and bake until
well browned. For a change the mix
ture may be Bpread over crisp crack
er and then browned In the oven.
Beauty Doctors Are Recommending It
Said to Havs Splendid Effect
on the Skin.
If the skin happens to bo dry and
harsh, have you tried the soothing and
smoothing effect of the so-called Greek
bath? This was a favorite remedy of
the ancients and has been revived by
modern beauty doctors.
Mix seven tablespoonfuls of pure
olive oil and one of lavender water
and rub It well Into tho entire body,
Apply a little at a time and rub In
well with the palms of the hand.
using a circular motion.
To got the best effects from thts
bath tho body should be kept very
warm during the rubbing. If hot
cloths are applied first to open the
pores more of the oil will be absorbed,
Take the baths three nights tn suc
cession, then stop for a week and take
the series again as necessary. Tb
skin quickly Improves.
LATEST IN MILLINERY.
Two Sewing Hints.
When silk pulls out of shape under
a pattern, baste the edges of the Bilk
evenly to a newspaper. Cut through
silk and paper." To press tucks In
crepe de chine put a sheet of white
tissue puper over the right sldo. In
this way the tucks may be seen and
Parisian Idea In Novel Design.
A shoemaker who has bad wide ex
perlence with making women's shoes
gives as the secret of foot comfort the
simple rule: "Never wear a shoe that
will not permit the great toe to Ho in
a straight line."
This may mean the elimination of
some of the most fashionable cuts and
the annoyance to vanity of asking for
big sizes, but It will save bills to the
chiropodist and Improve dispositions.
A lovely little tea gown which con'
tains an Idea for the woman with a
similar garment to make over It, of
pale turquoise satin, draped In em
plre Btyle and veiled with gray crepe
de chine, hemmed with a finger's width
of gray squirrel fur. The veiling la
held In place over the underbody by
a fleur-de-lis of seed pearls at tho
Find something more desirable than
an honest man and you will earn tor
yourself the title of chief discoverer
among the gods. National Food Moga
I wish te
say that I
ment on a.
lama leg that
hat given me much trouble for six
months. It was so bad that I
couldn't walk sometimes for a
week. I tried doctors' medicine
and had a rubber bandage for my
leg, and bought everything that I
heard of, but they aU did me no
good, until at last I was persuaded.
to try Moan's Liniment. 1 tit nrst
application helped It, and In two
weeks my leg was well." A. L
Hunter, of Hunter, Ala.
Good for Athlete.
Mr. K. Oilman, Instructor of
athletics, 417 Warren St, Rox
bury, Mass., says s--I have used
with great success In case of ex
treme fatigue after physical exer
tion, when an ordinary rub-down
would not make any Impression.
has no equal as a
remedy for Rheu
gia or any pain or
stiffness in the
muscles or joints.
loan's book oa
lior, ttle, ahp
nit poultry hb!
Sr. Sari 8. Sloan,
Boston, Xass., U.S. A.
At the One Horse.
Jere L. Sullivan, the head of the Ho
tel and KoBtaurant Employees' Interna
tional alliance, said In Cincinnati,
apropos of Labor Day:
"Our American hotels are better
than they used to be, and for this bet
terment my organization deservos no
"Wo have today no such hotels a
tho One Horse of Tin Can, where. If
you asked for a bath, they used to
give you a shovel and tell you to go
down to the hollow and dam tho
"An Kngllsh earl once visited tho
One Horse hotel. The landlord with
out ceremony led htm outside, point
ed to a window on the fifth floor, an&
" 'Thar's yer room.' "
On the 8enstors.
The wtt of Ulshop Seta Ward
amuses Nashville frequently.
tilshop Ward, In company with two
senators, came forth from a Nash
ville reception the other day and en
tered a waiting motor car.
"Ah, bishop," said one of his com
panions, "you are not like your mas
ter. Ho was content to ride an ass."
"Yes," and so should I be," Ulshop
"Yes," and ao should I be," Bishop
Ward answered, "but there's no such
animal to bo got nowadays. They
make them all senators."
There's many a penitent man In tho
Schurx Was 8ure of Him.
Carl Bchurz was dining one night
with a man who had written a book
of poems, so called, and who was
pleased with himself.
The poet was discoursing on tho
time-worn topic of politics of tho men
who tako ofllco.
"I consider politics and politicians
beneath my notice," he snid. "1 do
not care for oftlce. I wouldn't bo a
senator or cabinet officer, and I doubt
If I could be tempted by the offer of
the presidency. For the matter of
that, I would rather be known as a
third-rate poet than a first-rate states
man. "Well, aren't you 7" Scburz shouted
Some people, lire too fresh but (hi
same thing can't bo Bald of eggs.
A single dish of
with sugar and cream tells
the whole story
"The Memory Lingers
Foitum Ccrrsl Company, Ltd.
Uattl Creek, Mich. .