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Coat Suits for Fall and Wintei
Though Their Designers Have
Out Becoming and Beautiful
Shows Some of the
A review of numbers of new coat
duits for full and winter reveals only
Isinor clinges In style and no radleal
gew departures in trimruings and fin
tUh. But styles are reserved and ele
gant, lines are trim a)n1d becoming, and
colors are tenutiful, so the new fall
guits are (estined to satisfy even un
exaethig taste. Minufneturers Ray
that women 'ire growing more diserin
tnating inri that the demnuid Is for
good materinls ai ind exnet workman
ship as well as siirt style.
As to changes in styles, coats are
longer than they have been and many
COAT SUIT FOR F
of them silow a closer ad.ustilenit t)
the figure, above IIhe' wa121e t1han1
for several seasols. (Clllrs are hIgh,
Usual ly of tlie tun over varIety. Skirts
-and coats remain full, nail for timnu
niing there Is the cholcee ofr fur or fur
*fabrIes, braId, butltis, 11111 minehi ne
- stitching. Skits hal v Ie been nade
longer also and appenir In IotIa nk le
and Instep lengIths. It It remains to
be proved that womien wvIll make a
fashIon of t his fe'aturii.e, lfte ntew
nmodels. The skliri cut to reach a lIt
tie below the shoe top has so much to
recommne,;dI It. l.'or lie st reel silt it
is easy to walk In, clnn, an td samrt
looking. Some desIgners have plnned
their faith to the tailoredl skIrt of ai
sensIble lengthI, and In thIs one In
Atanlce, anywniy, 'sensible' goes hit n' I
itad ithstl~t-lokng Thex oge
rtisnt satrctvea teshr
A od ex41e oft e n w ty e
4pasi hesre ittso
is of duveine in dar br wn an et
4ly itesit ri ftt an
C.olorn with shon'telobittns for aon
Dent h kirt is pnatnasandtratder
atell. Teo a s athesor
colfor Wit bton utture fo at r
' the rna
n's Re alf
Show Little Changes in Style,
Been Suocessful in Turning
Garments - Illustration
New Millinery Styles.
widen the figure. Even the collt
lengthens the neck and shoulder line
Three pretty new hats, each an e~i
ponent of Its particular kind of mi
linery, are shown In the group p4
tured. They are of velvet and of fel
and velvet. So far, velvet dominate
tle season, but there are close second
to It in popularity. Hatter's plus
velours, felt. and soft, brilliant 8ilk
and satins are use(d, alone or in coi
jnnetion with velvet, for making th
Shapes the coning fall are eharat
tl-eizd by great variety in size, fror
ALL AND WINTER,
theclse-fifting turhan t h e
broad-brun1in saillors. Thet-y incelud1
ruu11shroorni brhu11s, thlose thalt %4how'
('0l0111:1 inspira-tion, thie Natpoleon, anii
1111nny "ftains." Many13 ineialities 11
wvidthl abomidI it single hrim11 an1d aII
somrt-s of, 4 ,urvings, droopinigs, and lift
ings nmke the 1011Interesting.
Trimm111ng19 are extiIsIitely inadle ann
theyt are-6 dei gnedVI- t.. -m-.1 iz ... th.. .I
to intefr ih.t ie.Tn
bris ha ndsl<ebodey>a
No ibn n ac etesu
amongthe ost iportnt immn
M-LIER s YYLES.
a i'ceeit the ack I impei deorationver
tii e iil arstt int I ho se of hat s r
- i'gudy felt W.' ith it wiiel cotiear
~velvet aoiit. VI v bn ain )13 3111 I
- hds os durai th, roo gs, santie lift
Ioag .os ofeI e Ia gl'to indtw
theent' a lgl plt lphiie
K BD. O. SEuLLERS ,.Adting Director of
o Sunday School ourse of the Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago.)
(Copyright,.1916, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 10
THE ARREST OF PAUL.
t LESSON TEXT-Acts 21:17-40.
GOLDEN TEXT-Thou shalt be a wit
B ness for him unto all men of what thgu
5 hast seen and heard.-Acts 22:16.
No study of the book of Acts is
complete unless the teacher impresses
upon hIs pup)ls the opportunities for
living the Christian life In the normal,
environment (f the home or school,
at work or play. Deep, interest at
taches to every' -detail leading up to
l'nul's visit to Rome. . Therefoi'e let
the teacher trace Paul's journey from
Mileta to Jerutisalem, which occupied
itout fotir weeks, ilnd took placeil
the early part of the year A. D. 57.
1. The Arrival (vv 17-21). The Spirit
revenaled to the disciples and to proph
ets that If Paul went to this city he
woul(l 1e in great danger, and the
Spirit wits not forbidding but only
lenching hin for he knew Paul had
a great work to do in Jerisalei, and
1hat he only could do it. Iiverywhere
Paul Went Ie "senrched for" (v. 7)
disciples, with whomi he tarried and
whom he enlightened in the way of
truth. Arriving in Jerusalem, he ap
Iears' to have made his home with
Mnnson, outside of the crowded city,
fits bng less expose(d to danger and
finding a inice of rest. At a public
r'vecption (v. 18) Paul reports of his
work, fiad no doubt he laid his strong
est eiipihasis ont what Godl had
wrought through him, among the
churches of Asia. The lenders of the
Jerisilem church received the gifts
Paul brought from - the - eontile
cluirchtes, glorified God for what he
had 'ecomplished, but saw clearly
that, to necomplish his statesmanlike
purpose. something Must be done to
make clear that the false reports as
to Paul's teaching were discredited
(vv. 20-2.2). They therefore resorted
to diplomacy (vv. 23-20). To the
miny thousands of Jews gathered on
this. festival occasion in the city,
some of whom were zealous for the
law, they declared first that Paul
taught alI the Jews which were among
the Gentiles not to forsake Moses;
second, that he had not taught them
not to walk after the customs- of
Moses. The facts were Paul obeyed
the Jewis: ceremonial laws person
ally, as a matter of race, not as a
condition of salvation.
II. The Arrest (vv. 27.30). Paul's
attempt at conciliation resulted not
in peace but in more discord. Every
true servant of God is sure to be mis
represented, and it will not do :.iways
to attempt to set straight all the lies
that are told about him. God will
take enre. of the lies and of our repu
tations. Most of the charges that
men, even Christians, bring ngainst
one another are based upon "sup
position" (v. 29). It wats not a new
experience for Paul to be mobbed. Asi
the maddened Jews dragged him out
of the temple he must have recalled
the treatment of Stephen in which he,
himself, had had a hand (7 :57, 58).
How frequent it is that we, ourselves,
are in due time treated in the same
way in which we have treated others
(Gal. 0:7). It was the intention of
the Jews to kill Pauil at once without'
a trial (26:9, 10). They fancied they
were doing God's service (JTohn 16 :2).
This lesson Is a striking examuple of
the utter folly and wickedness of mob
law. Paul's time had not yet come,
and all the mobs on earth could not
kili him until God perniitted it.
Ill. The Arraignment (vy. 37-40).
Tidings of the riot came to the chief
captain, equivalent to our colonel
(Acts 23 :20). Praul was boundl with
two chains, one from each of his arms
to a soldier, secured,- yet left free to
walk with his guards,. thuis, fulfilling
the prophecy of Agabus (v. 21). Mobs
usually have great respect for aol
diers, for they are inwardly cowvardly.
No sooner was Paul on the stairs
which led to the top of the fortress
than the mob, afraid that they were
ab~out to be balked of their vengeance,
madle a mad rush at him, with cries
of "Kill him ; kill him !" and Paul,,
unable in htis fettered condlition to
steady himself, was caried~ off his
feet and hurried off in the same path
his Master htad trod (John 19:15)
and heo was ngnin to hear that cry.
(Ch. 22:22). During all this tumult
Patul hnd but one thought, how he
might witness for his Master, and
bring some of his blinded accusers to.
it wvas that he asked for the privilege
of speaking, and most courteously did
he make his request. Hie spoke to
the captain in the Greek tongue, not
in Ilebrew, and great was the surprise
of the cantain.
PractIcal Appfication. Whoc~ w4 are
a~ttacked, no matter for what cause, it
wve confidently. look for deliverance
is andl~ exercise self-control, God will
m take care of us,
ySuch conduct is dIsconeerting to our
n~ Diplomacy is often ddngerous and
Olieumdaptial evidence is never of
Loget valuse. 7
,~ ~ere. is, howevet-, a desirable fort
of dP~moy as ~* Paul addressed
~ ~ I~ ~etongue.
New Discovery! Dodson's Liver TonE
Salivate or Make You Sick-Don't I
Medicine for Men, Women,
Ugh. Caloine makes you sick. It's horrible I
Take a dose of the dangerous drug tonight and
tomorrow y6u may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes
'necrosis of the bones.. Calomel, when it comes in
to contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea
and cramping. If you are sluggish and "all
knocked out," if your liver is torpid and bowels
constipated, or you have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a
spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any drug store
and get a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone.
Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten yodt
IRON POSTS SUPPORT WIRE His
I ~"You're charginig
German idea That Makes Their these r lspherries,"
Trenches Only a Little Way From esorter to the fan
Being Impregnable. ,, "Yet. Yol'I eit
In the Atlantic Monthly Mr. idiward "And used to ill
Morlae describes a very clever im- "That's true, bi
provenent the Germans have nade in l)Orl'ie'$ -ourselves."
their barbed-wire defenses.'.Th "Well in't that
wires are usually fastened to wooden out here to get? I
posts, of course, but the Germans have Let your full for n
found a better -support for tlimn. He Dot roit Fret Press,
"After we had taken the German LAD[E S EARN B(
orders for Dr. Sawye
Wllsedl 33 yonri The
It, shifting the parapet to the other Co. 177 N. State St..
side, building little outpost trenches
and setting barbed irD. The latter t e
job was done in a wonderfully hort t m e
time, thanks to German thoroughness to arS toe iser
F tor the wooden stakes to which the arke the Is,
wire is tied they had substituted soft "Ao d oer he on
iron rods, three-quarters of an inch
thick, twisted five times in the 'shape cases we have," rel
of a great corkscrew. This screw twist- "That man th'Iks I
ed into the ground exactly like a cork- miles out of a gal
puller into a cork. The straight part the agent who sold
of the rod, being twisted upon itself could."
down and up again every ten inches,
formed six or seven smnaq loops in a
height of about five feet. Into these Frances-You sa
eyes the barbed wire was laid and marry a man to re
solidly secured with short lengths of fine. May I ask wi
tying wire. Flora-It' young
"First cutting the tying wire, we lift- Frances- hy, I
ed the barbed wire out of the eyes, any bad habit.
shoved a small stick through one, and, Fiora-Vell, his
turning the rod with the leverage of that lie has 1econ
the stick, usncrewed it out of the Puck.
ground, and then, reversing the proc
ess, screwed it in again. The advan-Dip
tage of this rod is obviouh. When a "hthsbo
shell falls in the midst of this wvire lndpltclbs
protection, the rods are bent and twist- "ehsgvnp
ed, but unless broken off short theyfoSrgu,"
alwvays support the wire, and even pltclbs h
after a severe bombardment present a onwy~ihu
serious obstacle to the assaulters. In -
such caspe wooden posts are bloivn to Sis rnltdiy
smithereens by the shells, and 'when haldpoty
broken off they let the wilre fall flat
to the ground."Th
"TIhat hired man of yours Is a very " oesei i
pieturesque figure," remarked the art- Wlclsmtms(
i-tr. "I'd like to paint huim."
"Go ez fur ez you like," replied .the HwAitr
farmmer, "but It seems to me I've heard Heetfo v
sonrewheres thet they ain't much of Vltdwt ie
any mrketfur sillife pcturs." shoes b3il nor. Te
or he corusbeatiesof tis pece eeict in belper
Manage-What s itare muicea vosito
Press Agent-hocall 'emrourherand
"Wha's hisscadalos soryall"hat mahis td
"I lmik t'sal abut in."ath uaet whosoe
hor a unlen ive. t I Dtiag ee t a rr aut mn to alo rc
Dr. TachersFLiv rad-I on
THA HER MEDCIN CO FlorTA-Vell
-grat usiessactvit Isher. W "Wyhagt ohs bcr
cariesyouswitlyto uccssThi ooo"gie hs gouivep
Thi 1. yer fle wih oporuniy own you ayO thout OM
KINGS BUINES COLEGERAL I, Grn. u' Eye
a ~,'aao~m*j~ii~e~1fae~p ~ but~d sh'adep:
I '~f"I hope she is 111
Acts ike Calaomel But Doesn't tripe,
.ose a Day's Work---Harmless Liver
right up and make you feel fine and vigorous'I
want you to go back to the stofi and get your
money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine;
etirely vegetable. therefore it cap not salivate or
make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver
,Tone will put your sluggish liver to work .and
clean your bovels of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system- and making
you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of
Dodson's. Liver Tone will keep yoir entire family
feeling fine for months. Give it to your children.
It'Is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its pleas
Idea."Saved Dayi " 40 ears.
u city prices forin Maine, wonders wy
said tlil't , liit saving" pumnm Accorerng to the
tier. Yut' Cilpili 0years ago
S folks, nih't town Suggested that It
'ing City piiceS ?". woui(l ie a good thing fot the work
t we Picked tiese In tie (i1li1-ri10 to gain tin
hou)Ir of (illiigit by going to wvork an
tie fun you came lit' ('ier Ill the morning and stop
'ou1 don't expect to ping Nvoi fl h'mui' ealieit night.
The town adopted te suggestion, but
othlig (1 yo ?"- ilitelt(i of (.lt-ailgitlg ohe workcing h4iiour
_____________it set tilie C14ck- ailient. '1'troughi till
r's Remetlies. Estab- Nonsci have beetin hour ahead of
sawyer Squaw Root
)e"pt. 9, C40cago.Adv. Yearother Mill towns.
less. Assessed Vaiue.
vere just talking D nprted n Avife- c want to offer five
reetly nornal, re dollars rear(i for news of my a us
wwo olas being hngdd, (It'hl(n or alive.
as~ylumr. police Ofice-qurt, idai, you
of thh very worst ougrt not to put news of iwo dead
lied the attetndant. or alive at the saie a ggure.
ic can get as m tany D. W.-All right. Make It ten dol
iot of gasoline as eirs rewai If hhe's (lekd.
hinc his car said he
"Your wife tinher very solicitous
r Reform. aborut youl."
r you are going to "Why do you say that?"
rort him. That Is lyhe writes every rIey."
o he Is? "Slje'8 solicitous abiout thle canary."
Bond. -olsvviery Couwoler-Journal.
lied' know htedt
nLong Arm of the Curate.
friends are saying Se-Gtte says the curate ut his
te quite iserly. arin aroun l het' three timies last night.
I-Ic--The bounder oust have a terri
tae of the old-fash- w A
aice," repliedl Sena
the new-fashioned 'utsCr"i urnedt
isists on having his ~ ~ or~~
aying cash for' t." ~ddfrta u~s n
lids, Sore a nd Inflamed i~.4~eaTtemgWr
by the use of ROMAN ~ n te kn~ies.W
talk a great deal,A.BRihrsMdinCoSem .Te
Ce one of the wells
etMessages. SH A M DGN
tors have been In- G~r~~y~adPStv elfI vr
ess receiving tehe- Tra s1tPieCLO
e ar flaps. WLAMMF.C.Pop.CeeadL
nd distribution ofORV ALRA TOFTEYTM
rgh has been made
husband stand on
oogt not to putnes ofn mi dad
orai an eace algur~e~tahr
D.an ofA the ghtv. Write t Sotedo
asheward if he'ssc..u. Daubd. om~i
"Why doyou fa that?
condtiontO cn ~ "S' Glei ti abot tihmcna.".
reputable hysicLonggA toiif teiaino Curat.
She--Gertiiom, elay the raateput his
arm around. he thr timeslas igt
trbe bng.sa rann. F I acm
SAROTT, N C. MInd e for r and Wam
Fomal. eomal drug bytores I
PUICE$5. or by mail from the
A. 8.Richads Meicin ?Co ea.T
CaseeSod bhDrgmate.Prie $.00
S~av'oiwo~Wt IMI.0., r~ops.~ ClSt 6
ORtVEMAIARIAOUT OF THESYSTE