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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1005.
Women in Out Hospitals
Appalling Increase in the Number of Operations
Performed Eacri Year How Women May
DRESS AND FASHION
INFLUENCE OF THE TAILOR STYLES
ON THE SEASON'S HEADGEAR.
Tasteful loniprouiar Bet nffi the
Tlmr TeU-t and tlir er j- Large
Ilati- Uomrd Crowm Velvet la
While the woman of fashion may go
slowly in tlie matter of accumulating
tailor costumes at the beginning of the
season, she is emphatic as to the va
riety and smartness of her hats, trust
ing to them to give her t.dUt the req
uisite up to date freshness.
Parisians never absolutely abandon
the swell neat toque of folded velvet
or cloth for wear with tin tailor cos
tume, and as the tailor is atriiu to
have marked prominence in dress these
toques may le expected to t iu line
Goinjf throuph the hospitals in our
iarire t-ities one is surprised to find such
O larfc proportion of the patients lyin
nes, sleeplessness, melancholy, 'all
jroneand " want-to-be-left-alone feel
ings, they should remerawr there is one
on thov. snow-wniie oeus urarn i iriramiu ur iruirU-.
and girls, who are either awaiting! The following letters cannot fail to
or rccnTcriug from serious opera-j bring hope to despairing women,
tions. Mrs. Fred Sevdel. 412 X. 5h Street,
Wliv should this the case? Mm- ; st Philadelphia. Pa , writes:
ply leeause they have neglected them
selves. Ovarian and womb troubles
are certainly on the increase among
the women f this country they creep
upon them unawares, but every one of
those patients in the hospital beds had
plenty of warning in that beariug
dovvn" feeling, pain at left or right of
the womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in
he small of the back, leucorrhrea. diz
ziness, flatulency, displacements of the
womb or irregularities. All of these
symptoms are indications of an un
healthy condition of the ovaries or
womb, and if not heeded the penalty
has to lie paid by adangerous operation.
When these symptoms manifest them
wlves. do not drag along until you are
obliged to go to the hospital and sub
mit to an operation but remember
that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has saved thousands of
women from surgical operations
When women are troubled with ir
regular, suppressed or painful menstru
ation, weakness, leueorrhoea, displace
ment or ulceration of the womb, that
bearing-down feeling, inflammation of
the ovaries, backache, bloating (or flat
ulency), general debility', indigestion,
aud nervous prostration, or are beset
with such symptoms as dizziness, lassi
tude, excitability, irritability, nervou
Dear Mr. Pinkham:
- I was in a verv serious condition when I
wrote to you for adviee. I tiadaseri-mswomb
and ovarian trouble and I could not carry a
child to maturity, and was advised that an
operation was my onlv hi of recovery. I
could not bear to thinlfc of tfoinp to the hospi
tal, so wrote you for advice. I did as you in
structed me and took Lydia K. Piiikham's
Vegetable Compound ; and I am not only a
welt woman to-day, but have a beautiful taly
girl air months old. I advise all sick and
suffering women to write you for advice, aa
you have done so much for uie."
Miss Ruby Mushrush, of Eaat
Chicago, Ind., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
" I have btasn a great sufferer with irregular
menstruation and ovarian trouble, and about
three months ago the doctor, after using th
X Kay on me, said I had an abcess on the
ovarie and would have to have an oje ration.
My mother wanted me to trv Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound as a last resort,
and it not only saved tue from an ojieration
but made me entirely well."
Lydia E. 1 nkharn's Vegetable Com
pound at once removes such troubles.
Refuse to buy any other medicine, for
you need the best.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
to write her for advice. Her advice and
medicine have restored thousands U
hoalth. Address. Lynn, Mass.
' replaced' by ostrich plume, eltner rips
or one long, handsome feather, for wiu
' ter. The ridiculously small chapeaux.
so trying to thin and full faces airke,
. have given place to a medium size, a
I reasonable compromise for millinery
j In general between the very tiny af
i fairs and the large picture structures.
J Some new hats have the crown of
beaver and the brim or velvet, or vice
versa. To the proper poising of most
of the hats of the season, which are,
after all, a sort of American modifica
tion of ultra French fancies, the
bandeau Is a necessary accompaniment,
and accordingly it may be said to fig
ure on all bats.
It is noticeable this season that a
harmony of shades of one color has dis
placed contrasting hues in millinery,
lied, especially wine shades, declining
Into salmon pink, furnishes a favorite
hat scheme. What are termed the duck
colors, ranging from a sort of gray to
bronze, also peacock hues, find favor.
White velvet and white beaver hats,
with ostrich plumes or paradise feath
ers also of white, are to be launched
as the dress bat of the season, a reviv
al that is likely to be a quite popular
continuance of the summer's craze for
There are some very pretty little
round crowned turbans whose brims
extend sufficiently in front to Insure
them favor for use with veils.
Lvdia E. Pinkham's YeftetabU Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail.
IN THE GOOD OLD FASHIONED
Powdered Wigs Formed an Important
Adjunct to a Gentleman's Appared.
It is safe to say that the majority of
ba'd men of today would gladly revive
the old. dignified custom if tbey could.
Hut. they can do the next b s thin sr. to
It; that is. lio'd err. to what hirir tliey
In cases where the hair uor. or hair
bull) has not In t n completely destroyed
by papasitcs that infest It. Newbro's
lletpicide will do wonili is in the way
of encouraging a now growth of hair.
Destroy the cau..e. you remove the ef
fect. That is i he .ucctsfiil mi.-iou
of llerpicid Sold !y leading dnit;
Mst.. S'. nd lo cints in .ramps for
sample to Thr Mtrpicide company. De
tioi .Mich. T. II. Thomas, special
A Witty It ess Ian Adiairal.
t'harie.- .Tohust u uutr:i;i(cs to liar
pcr's Weekly a lively and authorita
tive ;i.in!e "The Imwu of Liberty
ill K;:-sia." in which he discusses the
i.ew i..eii ami measure- brought for
ward 1-y the reii'iit rei'iir::ia:ory move
Licit:. Incidentally 1 o tells an amu-iug
utnv .''tc of Admiral U rileil. the uew
i;:iii!st,r t marine "a rollicking salt,
with Homeric stain ner." At the
time when Admiral She-takoff was iu
power he pasted a rig u'oiid rule that
his young olli'-ers nmt not bankrupt
themselves buying bouquets for visit
ing royalties. The empress was to
visit a rhip on which P.irileli served.
As her majesty descended to the cabin
a huge bouquet of flowers mysteriously
appeared, and delighted royalty at once
took possession f il. Admiral Shos
takofl.' saw Ihe mass of blossoms i:i
the empress hands and tinned furi
ously to his officers.
"Did I not give orders,' be thundered,
that no one must present flowers?"
"N-nobody did." stammered I.irilefl.
S-sho t took them h-lierself.
A Hreatfna Detail.
Breakfast, although the simplest ineal
of the day. demands as much care In
the setting of the table, the spotless
uess of the cloth, the daintiness of
dishes and the generally attractive ap
pearance of everything, as if guests
were to be entertained. The appetite
at breakfast has to be tempted, not
with an elaborateness of courses, but
with the daintiness of service. As a
with the latest trend in millinery
'Fantastic" very well sums up the
general effects of the new headgear,
an effect obtained by means of the
trimming and the angle at which a hat
is designed to be poned.
Certainly there will lo much art re
quired in the wearing of the present
chapeaux. l.rims are still coquettishly
bent and curved, aud the hat is raised
by a bandeau at the back or side, per
Py way of novelty come the domed
crowns, which can hardly be consider
ed pretty, and it remaius to be seen
whether "smart fashion will approve
of them. Some large cavalier and
Henri Deux sliaites there are. lull the
tricorne, the marquise, the Tyrolean
and the watteau rank among the new
er fa.' Tirs.
The lirst cut shows a velvet hat trim
ined w ith maoe ro s and plume The
second is a green beaver toque, with
velvet bows and a largo buckle.
Velvet flowers arc a feature iu the
millinery of the moment, velvet roses
being especially charming.
Velvet, plush and siUv beaver will all
urn run math (.utis
m i a
COVFR FOR BREAKFAST.
rule everything is put on the table for
this meal. Nothing is served from the
side, all the dishes being set in their
order before the master and mistress
of the house. At each cover lay a serv
ice plate, knife, fork, two teaspoons
tone for the cereal, the other for the
coffee), a water glass, table napkin,
butter plate and a fruit knife, shmld
fruit be served which requires cutting,
or another teaspoon If t ferries are the
first course. tiood Housekeeping.
OEEK-V BEAVER TOjl'L
be used for hats, some of them having
full crowns of rich embroidery tied in
with velvet ribbons.
Cock's plumes, which are iu vogue for
the autumn, are likely to be largely
l!i!.!ij!-!M:-ll6 !!t ik'i:tii'H;'l
When Cheeks are Pale
A v'tMii' physical condition shows quicklv in her face. Pale cheek erdr-lcs-
hps. bd !iusnes, ick headache and lassitude indicate conditions that need
to be promptly remedied. Kvery woman is subject to the weaknesses of her
c.. but prudence should lead her to strengthen the system at those times
when Nature needs assistance. A little forethought will save much distress
and precrt painful complications. Taken as needed
will prnye an emcient remedy tor the rehet of womanly ill. They strengthen
the nerves, puruy the blood, improve the appetite and exert a very necessary
tonic action on the entire system. Their use is never attended bv anv dis
agreeable effects. They are a m:!d medicine, but a peculiarly efneacious one
rull directions for utaen accompany each box.
BEF.CHAM'S FILLS are a boon to women. Thev relieve headache de
pression, nervousness, increase the supply of blood, while to pale cheeks'their
Bring Back the Roses
Sold Everywhere in Boxes.
10c. and 26c.
A Real "Phenom.
Safere, San Francisco' s One
Legged Tennis Player, Is
San Francisco has a wonder In the
tvay of a tennis player. He is Mat
thew Safere, a young man who de
pends upon one leg and a crutch to do
what other people usually require two
good legs to help them accomplish iu
the active running aud leaping of the
strenuous game. Visitors to (iolden
tlate park find the course a place of
great interest as long as he is in the
game, which is generally all the after
noon. Matthew made up his mind that be
cause he had lost his right leg iu an
accident was no reason why he should
be debarred from the health giving ac
tivities of out of door sport.
S he started in to learn the game of
tennis, and although he has been play
ing only a short time he now has the
reputation of being a tine player.
To cover the court successfully with
only one leg and a crutch is an ex
ceedingly difficult thiug. To add to this
handicap the plucky player has to car
ry his crutch with his right hand; so.
though he is naturally right handed, he
was obliged to learn from the tirst to
play the game from the left side.
lie has a line knowledge of the game
and uses mid makes the same strokes
as any other good player who has the
use of his good right arm ami both
Safere has a hue smash, and his back
court work is very good.
In serving and returning the ball and
also in clever back hand work his
crutch docs not seem to materially
handicap him, anil he says that an aft
ernoon at tennis is one of the keenest
pleasures that he has.
Ahmeil Madrali, the Turk, defeated
Tom Jenkins, the American wrestler,
in two straight falls recently In Lon
don. The match, which was catch-as-catch-can.
was for if.Ktt) a side and a
purse of $750. The Turk, who is both
taller and heavier than the American,
had all the advantage of the bouts.
He scored the first fall In 1! minutes
48 seconds and the second in 22 min
utes 4t seconds.
Ed 'lister has proved himself the
fastest two-year-old of the season, hav
ing defeated an extraordinarily good
field of baby trotters at Cincinnati,
ted t.'uster Is a chestnut gelding, is a
remarkably handsome individual aud
is exceedingly well developed for his
age. being "all horse" from head to
foot. He is by Itarohinorc, sire of the
sensational Futurity winner Feler Stir
ling. 2: 11' a, and his dam was Marble,
2:11, by flay King. He was bred by
MATTHEW 8 A FEB E SMASHING A HIGH RE
TURN. D. C. Palmeter, proprietor of the River
side farm, Berlin, Wis., who also bred
Peter Stirling. Ed Custer has been ed
ucated by J. B. Chandler, and that in
sufficient to say that his manners and
gait are pretty nearly perfect, for the
veteran colt handler always turns them
out In good thape. This twoyear-
old first came prominently before the
public at Galesburg, when he was
worked a mile in 2:1 (Hi.
JERSEY AUTO BOOM.
Rolm Has Grtmtlr Popalar-
iHd the Sport.
New Jersey's beach resorts will be
headquarters for automobile racing in
the north next season. The beach
courses which, haTe been .discovered
Do away with the washboard and let Maple City
Self -Washing Soap do your work while you
rest. It will mean an end to tired back?, to bruised
knuckles, to rubbed-out clothing:. What now re
quires a whole day will take but two or three hours,
and you will be better satisfied with your washng
Positively no rubbing- reqvired. The greater part
is over when you get the clothes in the boiler.
is distinctively a soap for boiling the only hygienic and thor
ough way to cleanse clothes. It has remarkable bleaching
properties, and imparts that beautiful snowy whiteness so much
desired by housewives. Will not fade colored clothes. Perfect
results with hard water as with soft. Maple City Soap contains
no chemicals nor rosin, and will not harm the most
delicate fabrics, neither will it shrink wool
ens, it is tae most economical sc
in the world, for a 5-cent
bar lasts as long as two of
At All Grocers.
MAPLE CITY SOAP WORKS,
ap -or- e yj
and" those which are yet to be discor
ered will form a continuous circuit.
Xor have these beaches, so long neg
lected, been found wanting, for at
Cape May a mile has been made in
thirty-eight seconds, and the Atlantic
City beach record ties Cape May, as It
The meets of this year have served
to introduce the tracks, aud another
year it will be quite easy to secure
banner entry lists. This will be the
case without a doubt, as the attend
ance has been pheuomeual at both At
lantic City and Cape May. From
twenty to a hundred thousand ieople
have witnessed the races.
The promoters at Cape May and at
Atlantic City both proiose to hold
races semiweekly next year, and an
other beach is to be added to the list
by AV. J. Morgan.
The success of the two meets has
caused plans for new hotels and
garages to mature rapidly, and the sea
son of r.HHJ will see every accommo
dation for the visitors right at the
Connelly Aftrr Kdt-i.
liartley Connelly, the Maine welter
weight, is anxious for another meeting
with Harry Edels. The last tight at
Tort land was a lively one, and Con
nelly feels certain that in another trial
he can get the award. Man and money
are ready at any time.
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every ounce of food you eat that
fails to digest does a pound of harm.
It turns the entire meal into poison.
This not only deprives the blod of the
necessary tissue-building material, but
it poisons it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
a perfect digestant. It digests the
food regardless of the condition of the
stomach. Relieves belching, heart
burn, sour stomach, Indigestion, palpi
tation of the heart, etc. Sold by all
NO TONGUE CI
From Itching and Bleeding Eczema
Pain Terrible Body and Face
Covered with Sores Doctors
and Medicines Failed.
CURE BY CUTICURA
" No tongue can tell how I Buffered
for, five years with itching and bleed
ing eczema, until I was cured by the
Cuticura Remedies, and I am so grate
ful I want the world to know, for what
helped me will help others. My body
and face were covered with sores.
One day it would seem to be better,
and then break out again with the
most terrible pain and itching. I have
been sick several times, but never in
my life did I experience such awful
suffering as with this eczema. I had
made up my mind that death was near
st hand, and I longed for that time
wneu l wouia te at rest. I had tried
many different doctors and medicines
without success, and my mother
brought me the Cuticura Remedies,
insisting that I try them. I began to
feel better after the first bath with
Cuticura Soap, and oue application of
Cuticura Ointment. I continued with
the Soap and Ointment, and have
taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv
ent, and consider myself well. Any
person having any doubt about thi
wonderful cure by the Cuticura Rem
edies can write to my address.
Mrs. Altie Etson, Bellevue, Mich."
And All Other Itching and Scaly
Eruptions Cured by Cuticura.
The agonizing itching and burning
of the skin, as in eczema; the fright
ful scaling, as in psoriasis ; the loss of
hair and crusting of scalp, as in
scalic-d head ; all demand a remedy of
almost superhuman virtues to success
fully cope with them. That Cuticura
Soap. Ointment, aud Pills are such
stands proven beyond all doubt.
Oorlrnrs Snap. Otstmrat, an H ir. wij tfcrou fcovt
th r;l. Fort lnt Cbtn. Corp. B-atooT Otnm
ftetncwta. -f ' -Hir u fnrt f nmm
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arc uum xo isw a nimme ana give you dollar value for every dollar c f
pent. Made of blue Planished steel which requires no black in g,Vx
iiychu uyimiiu lont -neau nvett-not nat-head: they cannot
cracic, warp or break. Walls are lined with ahf(is
sroncentratinir the hrar irnuml thni-.n a-nnnm
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iiuci ina niasing jewels Ji
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larfe. Melt, nuirr ..rn irrMI .i..f-h... i. ftlil
nr pirt-and are lilted with Jrtrrl Titrnt Two nifct O.rn I'Vf .
nn.k;rk - . . I
"-' -',m. w.ip. .ur.rrq ratal wnicn are lhj;
ngni. mrnng and unrtrrakahle, and Hront;. .r"tt balanced r, f '
oven door.. Fiai Box niied with heavy durable tail or nruk
aectionai tmnea with ar-oace hark ni thm m... in-
equipped with Jewel Duple (irate lor ant kind ol coa
oy terming rorma a perfrct wood gratr. ,' .
For iiiore than forty years Jewel stoves have been ; j - jj
Over 3.S0O0.000 Jewels made a
!iie Jewel trademark and the name Dr
Ijrgcat alotc plant in the wurM.
For Sale by
tail or nritk dVj 8
g daranihiv; ' ' f' f
al. which At i'
el stoves have been .'-"
fid sultj. 1 ook lor A
'etio'l f.ove Wnrki - t I V
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Allen, Myers c Company.
Thanksgiving Day Excur-
VIA THE C. M. (EL St. P. RAILWAY.
One and one-third fare for the round trip to points with
in 2'M) miles. No tickets t) be sold for lrss than 'IT cents.
Dates of sale Nov. 2't and 30 and return, Dec. 1. 1 .",.
Tickets on sale at any ('.. M. & St. I. ticket oflici-.
International Live Stock
Exposition at Chicago
111., Dec. 16-23, 1905.
$J.l) to Chicago and return via the C, M. & St. I. rail
way. Tickets on saie Dec. 10. 17, IK, 1! and Lo, kkmI re
turning to and including Dec. 2.
Tickets on sale at any C, M. & Sr. I', depot. Uoth
That All Important Bath Room
c often heard people remark "If I were
ever to build, I would plan
my Bath room first and would not put
all my money into the parlor with a!l
its finery." That is good common sense
icmiment, for the bath room is the most
important of all the household.
We would lil.c to help you plan your
bath room and will gladly quote you
prices on "jtondLasl Ware, the best
and most sanitary fixtures made.
CI I AX SOX &c 1WFVA
1 12 Meat v-ntrrBtB Mrret
1 SEXTON'S MIXTURE.
Have you tried it? It is the best tiling on
the market for the pipe. A rare blending
of the finest American and foreign to
baccos, In tins, 25c and 50c.
ffircade Cigar Store
Baxytf Hom fcln. John p. Bcxtoo. Prey