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FaBhlon's decrees arc In the main
whimsical anil uncertain, and the best
laid plana of manufacturers and mer
chants "Bang aft a Bloy," for they un
derstand hotter than anyono elso the
uncertainty as to the success of any
new tints and new designs In materials
In winning the popular favor. One of
the novelties may fall entirely, and
may ho popular, a third may ho chic
for to he popular and to he chic mem
two very different thlngn, nud things
qulto Incompatible. A color or mate
rial may be smllod upon by the ultra
modish nt the opening of tho season
and may promptly find favor with tho
Promptly the color becomes cnldcm
Ic and the fashionable woman shuns It
as she would tho plague; but a certain
percentage of American women, and
by no means a small percentage, will
always Jump at tho first novelties In
stead of waiting to see what colors and
materials win acceptance with tho few
who keep closely In touch with fash
Tho reds havo distinct Importance
upon the manufacturers' color cards,
and a long line of reds, some of them
exceedingly beautiful, are offered In
tho fall materials. The go-culled ruby
colorings, clear, yet without cruilcness
as are all of the colorings represent
rd In first-class materials, now that the
dyers have Indeed (pialHied as nrtlsts
aro emphasized, and tho nlno reds
mnny of which, like the nlno dregs, aro
off tho clear tones, bid fair to become
Numerous greens aro confidently ad
vanced, particular emphasis being laid
upon tho bronze green tones; and
though there is somo difference of
opinion as to the part brown is to play
in the season's modes many shades of
this color are in evidence and somo
buyers who usually know whereof they
r.poak expect the browns to have a
leading role. Soveral warm browns of
golden tinge, a mahogany tint und tho
dead leaf colorings all promise well.
And as for black all Indications point
to such a black season as wo havo not
had In many years.
Striped effects aro to figure largely
among tho coming modes, and a novel
ty In black goods will be tho striped
effect produced wholly by tho differ
ence In fabric.
Checks and plaids will recelvo recog
nition, but the materials in these do
signs already shown Indicate u ten
dency toward effects a trlllo more pro
nounced than those of the grny checks
nud plaids so much worn last spring.
Kino checks In gray and black, decked
with tiny threads of contrasting color
and plalded by a line overbite of this
same color, aro attractive, and similar
designs In color checks with ovorllno
plaldlng or striping of black are equal
lii aiiilful tartan plaids and plaids of
tartan effect, but In colorings to which
no clan will lay claim, aro represent
ed cmong tho soft woolens.
Much Is said about the increasing
nlnipllrlty ami severity In tho tailored
street continue, and it Is unipiestlon
able that tho severe tailor-made suit
will havo Its place. Already one hears
of broadcloth costumes whoso skirts
are trimmed In Hat, shaped flounces,
embroidered to mutoh tho embroidery
upon collar and cuffs of tho fanciful
little coat, anil of costumes In which
Kstln and broadcloth aro cleverly com
bined, the satin forming tho founda
tion of tho frock, while cloth of tho
hame shade is lavishly used for trim
ming. Satin promises to have great suc
cess and a satin finish appears upon
many of the loveliest silks and sheor
silken stuffs, while satin stripes, satin
dots, etc., enter Into many of tho fancy
combination materials, such as tho
satin nud crapo stripes and the satin
nud silk mouMsellne stripes already
For the dressy coat and skirt suits
It is probable that tho bolero, whoso
dccllno Is once moro heralded, will bo
as popular as ever, and there will be
loose, picturesque little paletot and
mantle effects, such as have been seen
in the summer costumes. The quaint
draped wrap recalling the days of the
shawl is too recent a favorite in Paris
to be dropped merely because of a
change of season, and wo shall see
thoso effects In cloth nnd velvet and
Short walsted coats, too, will be n
legacy from summer to winter, and
these will havo skirts of varying
lengths, from the short hip length
basque '.( the long, enveloping skirts
of tho carriage and theater coat. The
short walsted back combined with
fronts, giving a natural waist line, Is
not unbecoming, even to tho woman of
largo hips, If It ha cleverly cut and
hung; but It does need very skillful
In our Illustration we show two very
smart street costumes. The one with
the plain skirt is of rich bronze cordu
roy velveteen, with very smart rover?
and tabs of cream moire, and tho over
lay of very flue guipure lace on the
bodico just supplies tho happy touch
that enhances tho charm of the gown.
The other costume Is a very effectivo
model in mouse-colored cloth, trimmed
with velvet of the same tone, the smart
little bolero coat, which Is lined with
silk being finished with cord nnd but
Monkey That Wears Spectacles.
The clever cuckoo Is mil the only
blrdlliig that deposits its eggs In the
nests of other birds, ami thus gives
the little ones an unwilling slepmoth
er. In the South Kensington Natuial
History museum a case of nests late
ly has been prepared in evidence ol
this. Among these Is one with the
egg of the cowbird In a nest of the
tyrant hrust, the difference between
the eggs lining most marked. In othet
Instances the foreign egg clor.ely re
sembles the native eggs. Hut somo
species of cuckoo hatch their own
eggs, like other faithful birds. An
other natural history curlosilj Is In
the Ilorlln Zoological garden, where a
spider monkey has been operated on
for cataract, and now wears glasses
For more than a ear alter Mr. .Mori
koy had been received at the zoo ho
was healthy and lively; then ho be
came quiet, ceased to play, and
crouched In a corner, lie was exam
ined and found to be suffering with
cataract, so was immediately taken to
the eye hospital ami operated upon.
In less than a month the spectacles
were fitted on his nose, and aro now
worn with becoming gravity.
Nor Would She Want To.
Bandy-legged Shopwalker Walk this
Lady Heavens man, I couldn't walk
hat way It I tried CO year.
AWFUL PSORIASIS 35 YEARS.
Terrible Scaly Humor In Patches All
Over the Body Skin Cracked and
Bleeding Cured by Cutlcura.
"I was afflicted with psoriasis for
thlrty flvo years. It was in patches
all over my body. I used threo cakes
of Cutlcura Soap, six boxes of Oint
ment and two bottles of Resolvent.
In thirty days I was comptetoly cured,
and I think permanently, as It was
about flvo years ago. Tho psoriasis
first made Its appearance In rod spots,
generally forming a circle, leaving in
tho center a spot about tho nlzo of a
silver dollar of sound flesh. In a short
time tho affected circle would form
a heavy dry tscalo of u white silvery
appearance and would gradually drop
off. To rcmovo tho cntlru scales by
bathing or using oil to soften them
tho flesh would ho perfectly raw, and
a light discharge of bloody substance
would ooze out. That scaly crust
would form again In twenty-four hours.
It was worse) on my nrms nnd limbs,
although It wan In spots nil over my
body, also on my scalp. If I lot the
scales remain too long without remov
ing by bath or othorwlse, tho skin
would crack and bleed. I suffered In
tense Itching, worse at nights nftcr
getting warm in bed, or blood warm
by exercise, when It would bo almost
unbearable. V. M. Chldcster, Hutch
inson, Knn., April 20, 1905."
WHAT BECAME OF OLD GLA83ES7
Mother's Effort to Check Child's Curi
osity Proves Futile.
A lloston three-year-old, like Mr.
Kipling's elephant's child Is distin
guished by her "Insatiable curiosity."
Hitter and embarrassing experiences
have led her long-suffering mother to
recognize this fact.
Accordingly, when accidents In tho
kitchen and the expectation of guests
to dine, rendered the purchase of new
water glasses necessary, Mrs. S
took her daughter Into her confidence.
"Sarah," she said, "these are now
glasses. I bought them at Stearns'
yesterday afternoon at 4 110 o'clock.
Hubert drove me over to the shop with
J I in and the runabout. Robert wore
his 'butternut' livery and his brown
dorby. I paid six dollars for the
glasses, and had them sent. Now you
know all about them, and I positively
forbid you to ask a single question
about them when you see them on tho
Sarah wore a subdued look during
the process of tho meal, ami Mrs.
S was beginning to congr.il ulato
herself upon the effectiveness of her
lesson, when tr.i eager and Interested
expression came Into Surah's face, and
she piped In her shilll but engaging
voice: "Mother, what did you do with
the old glasses?"
Flattery sometimes acts Hko too
many lumps of sugar in a cup of cof
fee. BE ISHKW'V'VV V
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50c Per Bottle to All
ran sale by all Dicaaitts
asd tvtur some ouamaktiid
B. F. Clay, of Philadelphia, a re
tired ship carpenter nearly 80 years
of age, la said to bo the champion
whlttter of tho world. Atdcd only by
a penknlfo and a piece of sandpaper,
ho has cut down a single block of
wood to a quadruple-linked watch
chain over three foot long nnd many
other exceedingly delicate and dif
ficult pieces of work. During tho
last few years, Blnco retirement, Mr.
Clay has cut scores of watch chains.
Tcchnlcnl World Magazine.
Hlnky Dink and Barrie.
H. 0. Wells of lOuglnnd, tho foro
cast-novel man and sociologist, met
an Interesting person In Chicago and
in n magazino article tells all about
tho experience. "I made," he says,
"tho acquaintance of Alderman Ken
na, who Is better known I found
throughout the states as 'Hlnky Dink,'
saw his two saloons nnd something of
tho Chinese quarters about him. He
is a compact, upright little man, with
Iron-gray hair, a clear blue eye nud a
dry manner. Ho 'wore n bowler hat
through all our experiences In com
mon und kept his hands in his Jacket
pockets, He filled me with n ridicu
lous Idea, for which I apologize, that,
had It fallen to the lot of .1. M. Ilarrle
to miss a uaiverslty education and
keep a saloon in Chicago and organize
voters, he would have looked own
brother to Mr. Kcnna."
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This with nrnrly 80,.
ml 17,000,000 limlirN of lurley mean a con
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l'lcr fnritiB. IiIk crops, low Imn, lirRllhy
cllmntr, rimiiI churches and i-cIichiIs, splendid
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lnnd free Id every (tier mIIIIiik and aide to
cumply ttitli the llmnlrnl Kcniil.ilioim.
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from W. II. Scott Snt erlnlenileiit of Iniiiil
Ktalinn, Ottawa, Canada : nr horn nntlmriJeil
Canadian C.ovettiment Audits J. S. Cr.jwfmil,
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W.LDouglas $4 Gilt Edge lina,
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Try V. I ItttucliiH Women', DIUscs il
4;lillilrn's hlioon; for Mli', lit nud wcai
tnty i'xr-i omoi- million.
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factories at Brockton. MasH.,and show
you how carefully W.I.. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L.
DouKlaa ahotn. Ilia name and price Is etamncd
on the bottom, which prnlecta you UKuinit high
prlcci and Inferior ahoes. Take no au6(
lute. Ask your dealer for W. I.. Uouglaa ahocs
and Innlst upon having them.
f att Color L yeltli meat thcti will not wear brant.
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In ounces U
otl cr starch' only U orioces ssmo prlco and
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AND LA GRIPE1
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