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Happenings in Missouri.
Than and Now.
"Keep the land arid I ho land will
keep you." Tbat la the lesson John II.
Currnn, commissioner of tlia bureau
or Immigration, la trying to t-iwk In
the land congresses lie ta holding in
the 'different sections of Mlssoirl.
"Tb. lime when every rod of ground
maintains Ita man la a long nay off to
Missouri," ho said at Hie dose of the
congress here, 'but we aro at leant In
a fair way to remove the reproach of
tho meue (ban liO.ouo.Ouu acres of Idle
laud that 11c within the borders of ttila
fertile- state. Tbe undeveloped aervas
of Missouri are a reproach, and It la
th theory of the Immigration bureau
that ns long aa that la ao we would
rather do the reproaching ouiselvca
thnn have It donu by outsiders, so we
have tackled the problem by simply
telling tlie truth and Inviting Missouri
to apply the remedy. These congresses
are oien!ng the eyct.of Vissouriaiis
Cropa Ara Good.
Tb following crop report waa !
aued from tuo odlra or T. C. ll
ano, secretary or Ihm Missouri Ktat
Hoard or Agriculture: The month of
Atiguat, an unfavorable one fur th
farmers In many less favored ataUs,
brought to those who cultivate Miaaou
rl soil no RiTiii a I drouth, keods. or
other wldeaptcad disaster. Th
year harvest, garnered or In proa
pect, while not una or unprecedented
Itundanre, gives assurance or plen
ty and indicates that th" e arlier sea
son's promise la to analn full reul.
ration. Tho rainfall, while generally
aiiRii-ient and In bur. few ravea. exces
sive, baa often been poorly distributed, i
condition differing widely In dlsirlcta '
only a few nillea apart. In the north- I
For the Hoste
Chat oa Interesting Topic of Many Kinds, by
EIGHT Cf PACKERS G!VE
Th Accused Miihor aire A;rtf
! 'r Judg taed.a n sVaej-jsj
Chicaga Ktar Cstat.
Novel Cotton Wadding.
Tb!a affair waa Celebrated way down
In old Kentucky, and waa aurh a da
llgbtful affair tbat I am aura our read
er In all parta f the country will b
able to adat Ideas from tt to ault
their own needs and cnndltlona. Tba
lnltatlona aaid "Picas coma In a cot
ton frock." Tb!a conveyed the Idea
tht It waa to be an Informal affair.
Tie spacious porrhea and ground
were lighted wltb rcany lanterna, and
dotted over th lawn were great white
cotton umbrellas, such ae are ua'd for
to their o,.,,or.n...u .ml ... ...!.. lUP i getting very dry. Tbe
ao far have been little short of won- i """ 'Ration waa very light during Au
dorful. The wonder Ilea In the j P"M ""r n,,"8t 'it're Nerth
changod attitude of the fanners to-! ''8t 8"rtion of ' tte. Paaturea
ward the great Improvement plana are rK,r- "ntI "ome ",M'k ' reported
that have be, n' dev lrid bv the Im- oa f,"''' ll-ports from the Central
migration burau and other' agencies ; l''"t;on are '""'ew hat conflicting. Kime
working to the aame end. It la not ' rou.ntu" having bad plenty of rain,
putting It too strongly to fay that ai h:1" others are Buffering from lack
few years ago-and even now'ln some of I,lol9t,ire- Southwest Missouri, with
parts of tho state the people frowned j the "'"ep'lon of two or three conn
on newcomers. They didn't want Im- I ' on ,!u W estern border, re;orts a
migration, they didn't want nt igl.lxirs. ; t,0i"'ruI nl salisfactory outlook, con
And they frowned on new methods. : di''""s having been favorable during
new Ideas and anything else that was ; A":ll!l, from the southe-.ist section
new. Any kind of a tax for whatever i (,:nt'8 encouraging news of aatisfac
pur; oM; was abhorrent and paid !orj' """ii'lons fur almost all growing
grmlgitly. The toweship and the i tr!'- 'eept over ri-striUed areas
county that paid out the leant tnoney j The temi'erature rP,.orj for lue njomi,
to keep going was the envy of all i varit-d according to reports received
others, for a county to sui-gtst anv ,rt" correspondents, from S to 102
son of ltnirovetncut. or attempt to degrees.
carry out, was to Invite its settlers
to have for more favored spots where
the lary caed from troutil.nir nn.l t!i..
SHPsmr was at rest. That has !n i . . . a,"az"' 'a 1 ln coi.nection
chanced t:o-.v In a lare measure The
farthers aro tax.i: t ben. (-: for
.... u. ,ue Blate. ior instance, i aluule on wagons. They were on long
son.., corresopndefna report an abund- ; stakes drlTen Into the ground and had
ance of rHin. while othera atate that ! a Jann i..i.. ....
good re-as, far n-w scbojlhou.-es '
Street 01'irj Is Success.
Mayor J. It. Eii;s of Kllstrry, a
ton In IJncoin county that has been
trying a new experiment by oiling the
streets Instead of sprinklirg them,
says the plan baa proven successful
and that plai.s are now being mnde
by properly owner to have other
streets oiied next syrlng. "The town
now bas five blo ks of Main tr-'t oil
ed nnd ten blocks In tuo residence
district." said Major Kills. -The cost
Of the lj blocks nas only 1S;.. The
oil used Is crude with a mixture of
sphaltum. Tho street waa graded,
then the oil applied with aprlnkler.
The reaul? la a surface hard, yet
prtrgy. dukilos and U impervious to
water and resists thi wear and tear
of fr-artic, neither hoofs nor wagon
whe. Is make, an impression upou it"
His Coffin Vada to Order,
l.e.a ise h cops.dercd thai he l.nl
beer cheated In to occasions In bny
Ir.g covins for itiemhcrs of his ta:ni!y.
;rotgn I ! r :e ri -.! !1. II high'.)- respceti'd
man livn-g m ar Milan, ordered a im..
. .. ... ..... ic e ((1 (ji,,. ..,( meaner,.
for ci.!iiu. in l.!ch he plans to 1
burled l!raii.!..ti c r.me to Miiar. and
got the coffin to si-o f It dS u
right. The casket la made or aohd
walnut and cost j:i nrandon Is ;h
yea's .1,1 ai d enjoying ex. e ietit
health The contractor Is to k-p the
o(I:n until r.rardon dies
wi:n tne fat. ::ii which t. II of or
achievpiiifnts." sa;d Gov. liadiev at
Mobcrly, "is that this result bas be. n
accomplished by the cultivation cf
only about one-hair of the soil, and by
orly , pre'in.inary deve lopment of our
mineral at;d Industrial wealth. The
ot.il ara of the s'a'e cf Missouri la
t niiilion acres, of which only 23,
million acres are Improved and in cul
tivation. Thus, nearly one hair or the
soil of A..sourl lus never been touched
by a pljshare. Seventeen million
acre of forests a valt the stroke of the
woodman's ax: Jij million acres of
swamped and f!cKcled lands within the
boundarie s of the Hate are totally or
partially Impaired for the purpose of
culthatiou by reason of numerous
overflows. Fifty per cent of that part
of our soil that Is now being cultivated
Is b ;ng cultivated In such a way as
to decrease, rather than Increase Its
productivity Our averse vlel.t of
peoded from each rib; rugs and chaJra
Theao tvyatinj places were much
ought In the Interrala between
dance. There waa a Urge rlatronn
erected with negro jWmyere. Just like
the plantation dancee before the war.
Berore the dancing the hostess pro
duced bandana handkerchief aprons, to
which the men aewed the strings;
tben wee colored china doll waa
given each girl, with bits or chamois
akin from which she was to make a
pen wiper for her partner.
Tne refreshments were tyrlcnlly
southern: Individual chicken plea,
hot corn muffins, tlr.y s!uf4 pcrp"ra.
Iced tea and delicious watermelon.'
A Neck-Wear Shower.
A fall brlds says the prettiest show
er the girls of her home town arave
her was - "neck wear" downpour. The
lovely part was that each girl made
wltii her own fair Tngert the dainty
creation for the bride who had grown
up among them and w as so soon to go
far away across the sea. No one
can have too many stocks and collars,
and there waa every variety Imagin
able, some being cf Irish crotchet. The
table center rlece was composed of
the white gllly fewer, often called
"stocks," and the place cards were
bogiia crttScates of "stock'- drawn
upon the Eank of Matrimony and
elg:;ed by her majes'v. the "American
Woman." with "Cupid'" named as treas
urer The gifts were all done up In
dtiinty tissue rarer tied with white
satin ribbon and were brought in on
a tray with bows of tulle on each
handle. A wee maiden dressed as;
Cupid presented the tray to the bride.
rows. When all were admltfd there
waa professional entertalivr, wL
did wonderful tricks for 20 minutis; '
tl.en there were gsrnes ar.d dancing
for a half hour. ILefrealimnnts were
served In the upstair ballroom, which
bad teen transformed Into a veritable
"wonderland." with a bountiful use of
gold and silver tlnaeL !
Many little surprise had been !
cleverly planned for the re yetifi cation 1
of the young guest. For Instance,
tfcer was an Immense water lily made ,
from paper and placed before a acreen '
made from a clothe bars ctrrered with
crepe paper and ferns; there was a
petal for each child, which when
pulled down reveaJed a p'.ate contain- ;
lng an Ice cream rabbit. From the '
mouth of a huge, fierce looking cat
there came cookies and from an enor- j
rrvous snow ball came wee bore of i
bonbona. There was a witch who
passed favors and a clown who dis
tributed balloons. Wasn't thla a won
derful party? It aounds rather diffi
cult to produce, but the hoste as
sured me that It had been a delight
to get all ready, aa she had th loving
ro-operatlon of a couple of young col
lege rr.en and two adorUg aunt or tl
biz CocpoiJ Ccred Her
CL!rg'j. IJ;to: Tk- bor.dred
tfco if:d 4'j ctti rh of i$:kit
real estate was lii tevnd rt",:irt-4 Vj
JjCgt I.-.dis Iron tte t'i bi.-or.te of
kwef to were laC,-d on Vr.o'Uy
afternoon 03 -v(i wigta f;r l!ga 'y
!ocnx,l:i:ng tfcs tra rr,.-; ts s.-t
of the I'tO-i K --s to ti grat Cvtrl
rtewt of .?, ia.er
fin Artr....-.r, Art'.r V5ekr,
F.dward 1 Vcrr.i. I! Hyxan.
appeared it the cr,vr .4 Wr rVSdVZ 7
( rn Jwr.h -! ... f ... , . x : rm low down ianjt.izt s-lafcr
't-r. 7 , ' lt 4 waasowej.katarr.
. a '8 Cii-.r.et -vjrt mrt. ixrioiil ! vmi tut I n... .4 t..il. .k r
1 1 an gn. t;r.,.:i ;a 0; i
t :''.' for r h.
I'.y the'r prexj.-t aj.'arar.ce ttey e- j
cajx-d arrest on ti IV-iy h warraL'.a i
w h:'h Jdge l.r. i. criered ;i-.4 i
Frune's A F';:-r. also iDi.-r;tdj
was r by hn ej :sl. Artajf .'
F. Kva:.. who proaiwd to hri-g fciast
in a soot, as be -as a't.ie to rcai. i
Itepr-ef.'a';oi were made that Ixii.s :
F. Swift nd Thomas J O.r-ter wiil j
give tiae required bctds on their re-j
turn from Europe, whi'.b will t wi-v'
la a few weei.s j
w-rot to rs. ".-k
tain xrA uxjt. Lt
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( ! il Uvt i-La. a4
' . , m r- V ay Ut
. j JViZ tr.jr,t tvcl
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j asv-.rtUe-aail I
A Tennis Dinner.
This pretty dinner
Thrte Men Cauj-.t at
Kan PleaSad Guilty After
Wichita, Kansas A
f-oi-x. nn ii i.d ieen mai-.irr: s-..u-.r-'
dollars at Hutcfcii.son was brokee Lp I
ana tne n.erriiws uf the garg were
a at ttgtt. I t.vw ttm la re'iv
! t--X Lt im Pliiia fTj-j"
SENTENCED j tij 'nt Lriu T- r.txKtf
; wV) ner frca it; 'tcftxra-. JsJUa.
tiati-xx x:xmirrs. rei4 fcar,n lc
reTirlue. perlodie p:a. asoacL.
roun-erfe-i-ivig i bemrf-iew-a ?vjEtr. fUrsrr. t-vei.
; nair-i r--iy for faa tU, ail
I t-"se- irnnvti . v . '
gu.lty. Itailol! a Warner cf Hutehin-1 U. at ljt m t.ki rswi; s irM
son was sentenced to serre Cve years i Prot'f i abt.iiait tht tt tx errred
in the per i-.euiiary asd par a I "." ; tiiosaaryls of etiera. fcitl tj aiAisii i
f-r Wii::ara V;ion atd Jcsipb ' Mt ccrv lPWl
Akcr.road of Wichita were nreed 1 . wnt (rpey-Ul v4rWrrf(4
to serve s;x months in prison and t,ir ' Ml"-I'irik ham. Lrnn.Msv,fwtU
t.'. '. The eoverrmet: "w::i rccom- U U
""x.u '.:iai ine tris b rexif.ea a: tie ;
end of their tertr.s in pr.K,n. W.ii.anj t
o. x , . e Li si iu . ' - - - v -
,los of a season for a tennia club. I ' '" !3"ri1 rrar.d jury asd pk-ad-d
ay the rloee of the season, for wh!l
It was ln September and atlll real
summer weather, the parting of the
ways had come, as the members were
to be wld'ly separated for at least a
year. The long d!r.lr.g room table waa
laid out like a "court," with very
delicate green moms aurrtrjnded by a
hedge of verbenas and delicate fern.
The sections ot the court were marked I Kam merer of his city, who brought
oy narrow wctte satin .ribbon, and i 1 "-onej- irom lutohtcscn to
was f-nten:-td jo E :
mcsths in prison ar.d pay $r,,fn.f h.s
Cne probably will be remitted.
across the court waa net mad tnrm i iehr.
coarse oress material known as fish
net. The ends were fastened Into
white stain stake, which were wood-
en mee. skewers fastened In blocks of THE INDIANS ARE INCREASING
wood which were concealed bv Cowera. I
The place cards were racquet and the
favors were tiny wooden racouets.
w ith delicious ball shaped bonbon
piled on them.
An Unusual Psrty for Children.
A mother of a twelve year-old
daughter Issued Invttatlons for this
very pretty party. Itemercberlrg how
children loved to dress uc. she said-
neat Is only atxmt fourteen bushels!' ' co!n" ,n costume represent-
to the acre, h:!e In Ile'gl.Mn. France ! ,n " eharacter from 'Alice In Wonder
ae,d Ft itland the yl. ld Is nearly thirtv. I ,,n'1 "" W-cn au haJ arrhed there
And yet the soil u;e:i n t:u, wi,,.Mt pantornltpe shorn Ing the figurea
is grown In this s'-e Is cpia! to the rn frrrn. children guessing who
" "f r-. of !! foreign cur.tr!,-. i 'ho """ Mttle f.gure passed
The satn.. dlspat.ty evlsis In the pro- I r- T1'' ms'' l"Js of f;m. si lt was
!m-tl,.n of torn and o'her cm... ,n ' done before they entered the blc draw-
With a Ceath Rat Twice That
Among Wh.tea th Birth Pat
Makes Up for It.
some lands Ii this s
wi'c others "
ate, as compared
Heels are to be lower.
ltlfick satin tailor miies re good.
In materials, pled de poule is oeo cf
The smartest Lew hats are low,
The plaited frill holds It veg je won
Jet Tor buttons Is not ijulte as pop
ular as last veer.
The colonel's plum Is
ever worn on small hats.
Ienver, Colorado. Contrary to gen
eral opinion, the Ind;an ra is not
rapidly dying out. aitordi.-.g to I-.
Joseph A. Murphy. Fnaed States
meui.ai inspector of Indian schools.)
who is Sir attending a cctferet.ee j
or Indian school lusjH-aors
hue the death
Make the Liver
Do ita Duty
KswtiM ia Ira m atr a rigk da)
SSI Hi i. t asd ci ara twi.
UVtJt Pll 1 .5
prt a auy It
eras as viafy.
IWIkW, traul Dmrtna aitar IVtiak
;haded automobile x.lla are among
Th Jersey Rout Surv -d.
Work has commenc-d on the survey
or the Springfield Western railroad,
an electric hue to be constructed fr.in
Springfield to Fierce City tu oonnect
there with a line to .leplin The new
road will be known as the Jersey
ftonlc because of the exceptional dairy
...is. ne.s m uiu . oiin'ry through shich j road to be
m muw county lias agreed to place
" iinnir. oi u:hrr n Trac
Kprlngll. IJ on tho Hc ket as a
rliit t l... ........ . .
..... !... cur roite iitltiir at
torney of that county This Is tbe onlc
county office nu, htlkU, Utr 9i)U.h ,
non n slilerit or a county en be a
.candidal.-. Mr. 1 raver is ciitemplat
Ing moving from S.rliig,'leld to Catena
n. probably vl!l n.-cepl the i,,ins
Hon and make a canvass of the county
New Suburban Lin Survey.
A survey has begun ,, UK!(i. 'for
ut. electric freight anJ pa.senger l.ne
l connect with the !N5,U,n line at
Dodsoi, a,,. run to ltcl-oi. a:.j iarrp
HalUay fo . which n i. i.,.... I dividual took
.i'-- lliUS I
prouuit.d, i, t0 j,,:j tL ,,. . room
help of th. ,,rop, rty owners along the
projsed route These p'o.crty own
ers already have s.ihv. n b.-d ll:;(ioc.
ar.d donated a rnh of , for the elec
tric rw.s-.ay loo fret wide. The plan
mnaay promoters Is to
e .a . STyi.t if vie
Ing room. I had better expla'n exact
ly how. As the guests arrlt,l i.e.!
.... , an "tj prompti Tiiey were ie r.oviitie or the hour. ;!en
met by a rrald who took them Into a ; Yellow Is one of the favorite color I I'n!
sine room witnout removing their the sunimcr advances
wrap. The screen was In plain view. , laxce and plain linen t irncve
'"rl1 guest was taken separately, th be worn on stocks of elik
j wrap removed and he or she was) relent leather belts with enameled
I behind the screen. If tk chll- or Jeweled buckles are In the lead.
F.io. trie ""'-'"' se rnara, tef. that in- I r.yelej and open work designs are
aeai in me arawing i seen in embroidered, laundered, turn
the chairs being arrangej In ' over coliar.
rate amons the in.
diar.s is nearly double tbat among the l
whites, the b.rth rate is pro:.ortior.a:e- ;
iy u.gr..-r. 1 T .v-irpay 0. c.'a-e. and 1
the balance is :-.sh::y in fayr of ra- e !
A Su.t to Step Bocttegoira !
ot.uina-.i.-ri!fl S. i
taore a a a ! JMwt.!. state prohibiten law n-I
I forvemert a-'orrev. :"cd a su" ti I
Cennine aaMsasr Signature
nor con- ask;t g that an irjuac-
ur itsiicc jtcs.iis' raii.av
s. express c
and ethers de!:i
1' p.iors to peror.s
revenue li.e rs. s f,
viola'. oh of the s'av !a.
s. draymen I
sr.tox:. arir I
t.g liquor :a j
coin pa Dy
on (.!her side, the
:ii'a!:ied by the rail ay
Methodists May Unit.
The Missouri confer, n. of the
Methodist Fpls.-opal .i.iirvh. So,h
es of. coa lormai acil.ni lookina i.......
candi- j li'e union of the lo gr,.t di.lslons
oi .vietucxiism In adopting a re.iluilon
which stated thai tlie coiiv.ntum ' cov
n a warmer sympathy and a closer
coop.raiioi, n tt (J((f
ext.lu.oli of the Mas,,., -, kingdom"
ree Dainty Dresses
Av.ator for Pr esr f Pallas Week.
Katisai City.Cuitia. the Wrtshra.
f al l w in and Hamilton are to be -n-
vt.d to take j art in a K-ries of -
plate maneuvers ti:-b are tr be ar
ranged for Fr.t:s of Paiiaj Ki
Macon Telephon FiflM tndfc
At a meeting f nlt, ronl,r, t xu.
con the n,nor veto of a ju.y.-ar lo.al
and long disiaiice fraaichlae to the Hell
and Macon telephone companiea aa
overruled and both ordinance i.s,,-d
This Is a culmination of a year r.cht ! ,ri',l l,r conference
ae,,, ,,, ,,,, ou( f !lt, u
Conlerenc Found Cw Guilty.
The Missouri .onferet e e of Hie M K
chutvh .Kou-h, at ..blll, f,)lllld
lyde . t.cw r,,r ,)f ,linu)Il roU.
duet In connection with the d.th of
Miss Fiftieth Cl.ason, the Lincoln
coi,i.ty mluvol teacher. 1 . un.
Ir... k.-d and dlsmls.ecl a, a member of
in.- aiecuouist rutin h. This
as tiow 'a
Electa Fair Association Officers.
The Mexico Fair asjociatloii held jtl
annual !.., Hon of oilieets as lollowa:
"""',' '-e, president and K
Carter, seen lary
A Corn Show for Warrencburg.
The Johnson count y rorii carnival
111 be h. l, 1 Ur.-a,t,.,rg on fcto
ber :n and at which time lion
In cash will be given to the boy rtvls
ing the best ten cars of torn The
v ..miucri'iai club will ofler an
amount In other jnles.
Amick Nominated at 8t. Joseph.
William K. Ami. k of 8i. Joseph
lawyer and politician, waa nominal d
oy in rourtn district Hepubll
oomnutie jor repn-seulalive in
Poatmstr at Moberly.
The aiitnia! i.uiventloti of the Mis
souri ao. lati.ui of postmasters of th
third and Iminh classes, held at Mob
erlv. TU. otlicers elected Weix; S
K Currett. Florissant, president; J. lV
ieoigc. t aliioun, vice president; j(
II Kopiueman. Hourbon, aecrvta'ry.
Had Thrt Wive Cot On Ytar.
Kansas City. Mo - It tovlt: k J irr
of U men Just 15 minutes t sentence
i ara in .Noric.n. b -.m:
tti couuty Jail
three wenun i
U a year In
Norton had marrte-4
ithout tru.it!. tig the
Tt rrivate Citlir,A general kaat
an easy t.c nr. d wax 1 ox-.
Tt Gcoaial Not for Very lucg,
U-oua. Tou kxti tax aftlicaUfWi
fcr your autaTcrwta d Jcvtutlon l
An lesjrjert In New Jtr,,f.
iren'.cn. N J incotr.plvt rvturrt I Waahirgtuo Jjtar.
mun-ate I Hat Coi.g-r.snian Fowler
of the F-.fb district I.jis la eidorJ
)' the p.oie of New Jersey for the
I r.itcl States senate to succvd Seta
A twain Trnat"iv
5o Mr feanlwU n.arrtd lit ty
Ut aalj Via Cayai.
-Yea " .
"f W'Otulefr hthet ah rxlna an aL
kaaices or t mer:y save a saiary T
Smaller Bill ara Cpc-osea.
the Treasury MxcVeaga
lo red.iiNe the si-o of pa;
Is ot meet i with th
The Cl'r.ti.!eswcw.-kt!lls tha n
Such redundancy! Cail It a Chav
Washir.gion b.it.ucss r..ei
CaneJiaat for Cann.ej Rescord.
--ai.ra nansas -(r Join v
rarniers wife r, tr h
i aches IS
re riaiitta the
ancrg peaches this jr
put up ;.ic0 ejart run
were ra Sed oo tie Si
A Kareaaa tT.ltw c..i,
The ur i. , ., , xcm "n1 around the yuke and
workers i lr ,h" "" '" .- .th embroider,. Th. yoke
,,, ,," ., " " uie unu.n , nnely tucked. The sash
win . . or'rl reaching to tho bottom
w" -. uisieau or ii ;.o for
UK dainty dresa at th left Is cf Iway. and a similar f.,e. ,h
white ti!su trimmed at tho tot- die. Th tucked rutmoa .k. -
au S hour day.
To Pav In Warransburg.
The city council of WariMusbuig has
awarded contract for one mil ol
stivet paving lo the t nlted Contaruo
Ion Company of Vinlu, okU. Th
paving la to tx of brick.
Is of rib
a sab end
of tbe skirt
and ornamented wlih little pink rosea
Th next dr Is of old red voilex.
The front of the blous and of ih
aklrt r mad with i-nvaawU tucks
and ornamented with button of th
material. Tb blouse la trluimad at
lb top with a tucked ban t of th
totle; the llttl sleeves and th bottom
U-d ursderwlecves are of wM-.e tuitlstei.
Th dres at the right ta rink stlk
voile Th blouse t sh!rrd at th
shiHilder and croased In rrvmt; th
front la tucked and trlmaiefd at th
top with lac. Th collarette i of
tulle, as r also th puff-d under
sleeves, th latler trimmed with 9AJ
row band of literty. Tb .slvo
thensaelve ar wide and cut In oc
ple- with the body of tb waist
Th skirt I trimmed at th bottom
wtih teHverlappin ru of t ,
terlaL Th rd! U of Uberiv. xaa.
nf th skirt ar trimmed In th mm I led at It left aid.
Former Cov II . e Srai-.n was cow
'" iKfti;.- cacd-.da: for
severer ot !,.,, tcatiug Cov.
rvn i. was update
For CanatJ.an Rc.pro ty.
Rexei'.). Mas Frvs.dtut laf. has
decided lo Ugin active Rs..;u-uui
KXJK'lt 10 IwsprVK-t'.y Ix-ilvtU
onevi ta:c t,'i!da
C'ay for lndictd Pit k ara.
Chicago, llhnoia Itepreafuijuve
cf the Inderal UiatiK t attum,,, urn,
and counsel rar th indu-l packer
bld a tHufeience at whlclt tt waa
Mreed t th packer would kvt t.
I rulied lo pWad twfur vKivtKt L
to th bre-ikiist tab!
"crtakly" bits, maJ
from white corn.
A most aprxtULr.g, ccsv-
"Tbe Memory Lingers"
rwaxtai Cue J Oa., ta.
tsrMu ua at.