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Dame Fashion's Familiar Chat
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Charming Costume and tho Latest Novelty In Ties.
"Wherever," said the oago, who was
Wlso in licr generation, "thcro la a
feant of faiililon, you may find a How
of boiiIs anil battle!) uagur for tho
fray." And just now in the large cit
ies of tho country, especially New
York and Chicago, there Is a veritable
banquet of necessities well Rnrnlshed
with luxuries lit for the autumn sea
son. The point which rests with you
is to ay your money and taho your
choice, and lot me fervently hope you
will bo guided a little In that choice
by a Hpocial consideration for your
Individual figure, and that tho stout
woman will not bo lured by tho fasci
nations, which I admit aro very great,
of tho three-quarter length coats
which obtain under tlght-Ilttlng and
loose-fitting aspects, made of tweed,
and made of cloth, belted and unbelt
ed, with velvet or braided collars,
double-breasted and single-breasted,
each In Itself possessing much to en
tlco popularity. And popularity they
deserve, but they must bo worn by
tho right woman or they will not look
well, and tho stout and the short must
ho urged to turn aside from their at
tractions and devote their ambitions
towards tho coat which has a short,
straight basque sloping away grad
ually from a slnglo bioasted front.
Tho reefer coat especially I would
recommend: also, whllo noting that It
Is to bo obtained hand or machine
knitted In many dark colors as well
as In white, this makes a capital golf
costume In combination with n plain
skirt of tho popular Highland cla'n,
and a small toque with cock feathers.
Tho most favored costume Is of
black cloth; this, being considered
preeminently safe, is chosen by six
women out of eight, and, trimmed to
discretion with lines of black silk
braid either on tho pleated or blouse
bodice or tho tight coat. It can be
suited easily to the condition of best
gown or cvorydny gown.
The manufacturers aro forever Im
proving velveteen, a most advantag
eous fabric, which now has granted
unto it a soft finish, bringing It Into
closo resemblance with chll'fon-velvet.
It appears, too, In many excellent col
ors, mulborry being one of tho great
est successes, and this In combination
with yellowish lace and Ivory chiffon,
I plead most heartily as tho selection
for an nutumn tea gown of your do
light, tho lace being used with great
profusion about the neck to the waist,
and In full frills on tho wide sleeves
of velvet, which should ussumo a hell
Hhape at the back of tho elbow and
lie short In tho front.
The Quality of Smartness in Dress
Never has there been a season In
which a greater variety of styles has
!-eo displayed than this year, afford
ing every woman that opportunity of
selection which shall beat suit her
needs. In fact there is no reason why
overy woman should not have that
quality of drods which shall entltlo
her to tho designation of mnartnesa
In her costume, a subtle quality which
more than richness of material or
elaborateness of design marks tho
well dressed woman, Thl3 smartness
which Is so desirable Is really very
elusive. Truth of lino Is the prime
requisite of smartness in dresi, and
Helen licrkeley-I-loyd declares In the
Delineator that "not until all our wom
en recoi,'nlzo this fact can they hope to
create gowns which oven approach tho
smartness shown In the Imported mod
els." In our Illustration wo show a blouse
Jacket for autumn wear which Is par
ticularly smart In get-up and suitable
for making to match tho skirt, of
navy bltio serge. It Is quite plain at
tho hack; tho fronts aro slightly full
at tho waist; tho right front crossos
tho loft and fastens Invisibly below
tho bust; It U lined with hluo and
whlto striped silk. Tho deop collar
and rovers aro cut In ono; they aro
of whlto cloth, lined with silk; no
muslin or stiffening Is required, as tho
collar must fall quite softly over tho
shoulders. It Is trimmed with narrow
hluo silk braid arranged In a fancy
looped pattern. The deep cuffs to tho
short puffed sleeves aro made to
match tho collar, only must ho made
up over canvas or stiff muslin so that
they may nland well away frfom tho
arm. The basque is lined with silk,
and 13 added to tho blouso Jacket un
der n bolt of tho white cloth fastened
with a silver buckle.
A Blouse Jacket.
The hat Is a very small r.allor hliaro
of lino white straw, trimmed with
white silk, cherries and a gold uuclile.
Materials required: Two and one
quarter yards serge, ono and one
quarter yards cloth, and threi and
ono-half yards lining silk.
A roan's past doesn't interest
woman as much as his presents.
Mm. Winston's Soothing Syrun,
For chlltlirn t(ettiltitr. aiDant tli. (curm, retiueen In.
flMniiMlHin IUja jln. cm wlmU-ulk'. iicnboltlf.
When a woman knows her husband
like a book It Is usually his pocket
I'UTNAM KATJKLKSS DY1CS cot but
10 cents per imi'Iuikc mid color more goods
faster mid brighter colon.
If you wait for oUiers to do things
for you thoy aro nut to do you whllo
Defiance Starch Good, hot or cold
tho best for all kinds of laundry work,
1C oz. for 10c.
Written by Woman-Hater.
Women may ho outspoken, but they
nre never out-talked.
You always get full value in Lewis'
Ki'iikIc lliiwlrr Ktmifiht .V cipir. Your
dealer or hcwU' Factory, l'coiia, 111.
English Motor Trucks.
"Motor lurries" la tho name given
In Manchester, Knglantl, to power
trucks. These trucks pay well, pro
vided they always have full loads to
Infant Trained to Steal.
A woman has been arrested In Paris
carrying In her urms a four-year-old
child which has been trained to snatch
watches nnd ocnrfplns as Its mother
carried It through the streets. Tho
Infant was seen to grab two watches
and seven pins In less than halt an
A Strange Awakening.
Senator Ualley, of Texas, in describ
ing a terrific light that ho had onco
seen on the streets of Now York, said
that tho hubbub and confusion remind
ed him of an episode that happened
on a train.
"On a certain train," ho said, "a
very large, muscular man fell asleep,
and annoyed all the passengers by
snoring trcmedously. A drummer,
carrying half a lemon In his hand,
tiptoed over to a llttlo boy who sat
behind the snorer.
" 'Son,' said tho drummer, 'I am a
doctor, nnd If that man doesn't stop
snoring he'll dio of apoplexy. Watch
your chance, and ua soon as his
mouth opens a llttlo wider, lean over
and squeeze this lemon Into it'
"Tho boy obeyed."
The Edison Phonograph
Speaks for Itself
prnpli ones to
k n o w li o w
wnntlt. If yon
can honr It
rlntr, play nn J
lime, you Mill
want It at
No other an
do to much
nml U r-n do-
ing liulnn to
mako u party or evening entertainment go off
hotter than llio lMlvm I'lioiionrnpli a an inter
lalncr. I'copla iiovit eot tlroil of It. Hirre
aro ulwi)- now rcconli. Til. latcit inualc and
ong thl otlicrlu jou would not hear for a
yenr or two im, you run liaro r Is lit away,
to-day, at Ilia snnio time thoy hive thorn In tho
bit; cltloj, If you Kit uu IMInon I'honojrMpIi.
In Every Town
to cell the Rdlton rhnnoRrapb. If there li no
dealer In our ton ii. o w ant to hear from a man
who liannrtoro ami an urtaliltnliid trudo.and
who Yt 111 noil tho i:.U-iin n ft Fl.lo line. Iluwill
make money. Tim tiill'nn I no popular and
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A perfect Remedy forConsUna
Hon, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
ncss nnd Loss of Sleep.
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UATAI.UUUH I'AKKT M. IUN HHt lrcaliteiit
A woman's Health
depends so much upon her functions,
that the least upset of them affects her
whole system. It is the little things
that count, in woman's life and health.
The little pains, and other symptoms of
womanly disorder, soon lead up to big
things, serious pains, serious diseases.
It is for just these ordinary, common,
womanly troubles, that the use of a
gentle, strengthening, female tonic, like
has been found so successful, in thousands of cases,
in relieving and curing. "I had been troubled with
female complaints for 12 months," writes Mrs.
Bettie Arp, of Ballplay, Tenn., "and although I was
under doctors' care for four months, they did but
little good. I took one bottle of Wine of Cardui
and one dollar's worth of Thedford's Black
Draught, and now I am better. I believe Cardui
saved my life. We are poor people, but I shall
always keep it in the house." It relieves woman's
worst pains and regulates fitful functions. Try it.
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