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SUIT COATS DISTI
SUIT this summer may mean a
coat with skirt or a coat with
dress to match, for coats are iluding
hemselves in demand in place of capes
which were introduced early to be
-worn with dresses. Naturally, many
,.of these coats are suggestive of capes,
N with their easy flowing lines, and
]therefore they are summery. They
":take their responsibilities lightly, as
coats, but seriously in the matter of
distinctive style and decorative quali
ties, and they have been nmade much
of by both Ameriean and French de
igesof the "talilleur." '
In the two suits pictured lhere, the
coats, or jackets, are evidenltly of
Chinese inspiration, but they are de
Velopedh withi deld~ed diferences. Tihze
coat at tihe left, worn with at skirt and
$ separate blouse, impliresses tihe raghmiu
e into service, thereby acheving
tle effect of the Chinese shoulder, ind
cobignes ohed "ansilk i th.em
brotde thatsdoes soctmucdhefr t.e
It '' s casmpreJandts hadoe avdntmy be
madnee ofsirtone 'of they eva slrepdes
- a t thtie right portrays an
of woel cloth, in which
ide sibdrty has been
Itaken itptheaorganalome in thye
manaemoe 'of the sleeviersiwhichree
oe on) andthof the gar
wnt B d ere tits source
of inspirainb lsepied han tee
of he oatandin heskemroier
whic embllises i. Th flabag
poined seevs reeatthe mbriery,
pusy nsweing essoens Pay
them. embyllinge itr he rearing,
mistress of them knows just which to
choose when she aims at distinction.
She finds tho touc: that tells is an
earring, a girdle, a cctub in the hair,
a fluff of lace at the throat, a scarf
perhaps, and therefore accessories
merit the attention given them.
Just now fashion presents matched
two or three-piece sets for smmer
wear, as hat and scarf or hat and
parasol made to correspond, and the
matching hat and scarf sets, for sport
wear, have already successfully
" ." .- tam
opened the way for the more preten
tions things. Two of these novel set:
are shown here, one with hat anc
scarf and the other a hat and para
sol which curtails its duties as sun
shade to become a background of mass
es of flowers-the high point in a cos
tune-in which the hat, encircled by a
wreath of the same flowers, is content
to follow suit.
The handsome crepe-satin scarf,
with inserts of wool lace and wool
tassels, is united to a chic Russian
turban of the same materials. Each
might go its separate way, but they
are most effective when worn t
gether. The sport sets all have
matching scarfs anC hats or sweaters
and hats and in all sets ^ matching
bag mamy be introduced.
Elaborate motifs in bends and em
broidery come for the decoration of
plain bodices and blouses; some of
Tribute to Beauty.
these gorgeous motifs almost cover the
whole front of a waist-wvith extend~ed
girdle enids oif bead banding and dleep
fringe failing over the skirt. Then
there are swinging fringes of heads
that you sew alonig tihe decolletage
of an evening go'wn ; and other fringes
attached to gl~lles, so that tho skirt
of ai dance frock is a gittering mass
of swinging bends. The biend girdles
"LAUGHED AT DEAD
BABY, I SHOT HIM"
Frenzied Mother Kills Father Who
Taunted Her Because Baby
Was Born Dead.
Chicago.-Rose Abrahamson dreamed
of babies. They did not coie, aind
her husband laughed at her. But her
dreams promised to coie true, and
she was very happy as sihe sewed on
little garments. Slhe even wvent to work
in t boX factory to get money to buy
Inure things to sew on. Then the baby
Wats born dead.
Louis. the husband, refused to look
at the dead bahy. lie added taunts to
his laughs. Ills wife brooded over the
matter until she could stand it no
more, she said, an:1d then she shot and
killed Louts. Sie waited a few min
uses, then lit a match to see if he was
Lit a Match to See if He Was Dead.
.lead. When she saw what she had
done, she arose and dressed and went
out on the street, looking for a poligo
'That was the story told by Patrol
man Thompson at the inqluest, who re
limnted the tale as told by Mr11s. Abra
hamson. The woman is thirty-nine
years old and feared shte would never
have another baby. She said she could
not stand her husband's laughs and
sneers because she had given birth to
at dead babry, so finally she decided to
shoot and kill hi.
"I can never forget what you said
when I asked you if you were sorry
about our little baby," she wrote to her
husband after he left her when the
baby died, the letter being read at the
intuest. You said 'Hlow can I feel for
n' baby I never saw or never knew
was ale? It was not even human to
ame.' I ami so uffering over that. I
'can never forgive or forget. There was
nothing so wonderful to me."
The coroner's jury recommended
that she he held for the grand jury
on a charge of murder.
huRand After liFeighft 1for Forty ile
anby did the letreng Wheanah
iust "iyo,51( 10 l Ia.T o feel for
wat ba MIlwauevefrewght tner 40e
miles amtill helpeing overtl that.he
notiroa so be oded, t inc.sor" tl
Tthe stokoyrs juy roert ndagl
oa hare ofin nurer.YntnS .
wh ad tWas restWern th
Siorxkety. J.Ta o etu
mlAfern helin Yargve "ctty," toth
faortee-onths-olde cliea belongtog
to Erestoc ards of Yankt owneo
ah farm wiiche Yaernts, S.rove
thecattdin to Yankti, nearlty" a
'rie steers were loaded at eleven
o'clock at night and at I.3~0 o'clock
tihe train left Yankton. A short stop
wuas made at Gayville and Yaggie
thinks ilfnothe(r was madeti at V'ermil
hioni. Whien Yaggle st(eppeld from the
train at Elk l'oint, -it miles from
Yankton, at four o'clock, "Scotty" met
1h11m at the caborose and barked its
welcome shamrprly. It was apparent
thait the dog hamd rimn all the way, as5
lie was covered with miud rand showed
signs of hiardc travel. Th'lere' were no
cars in tihe trarin up~on which the (log
could have riddlen, said Yaggie,
"Scotty" wvas loecied in thre station
at El1k Point so thamt he( wo~uld~ not at
temipt thne i.lreminder of thle jorurrney to
Sioux City. The dog was seat back
to Yankton by express.
INFANT SWIMS TO SAFETY
Two-Year.Old Baby Finds Motion Nat
urally When She Fails into
Sacramento, Cal. - Two-year-old
Velma Anderson fell into a' pond thlree
feet deep near ther home here. Sho
camei to the surface and swai mnarly
half way across tile pIondC when het
mothler wvaded in and rescued hecr.
Tile mother, a brother and1( sister, re
p')rted that little Velmna kicked heCr
feet aind swung hier arms in natural
motion, propelling herself sturdily.
Cow Drags Boy With Hand in Tail.
Chlldress, Tex.--With iris hand en
tringled in the hair on a cow's tail, the
smanll son of Joseph Eudy was
dlraggedl half a mile before his mother
saved him by Cutting off thle cow'S
tail with a butcher knife. Thle child
was unacncif several.. da.... b...
THAT there are Physicians who specialize on Infant ailments you know. All
Physicians understand Infant troubles: all Physicians treat them. It is his
profession, his duty, to know human ills from the Stork to the Great Beyond.
But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist. Why? He knows as every
Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby, needing special treat
ment, special remedies.
Can a Mother be less thoughtful? Can a Mother try to relieve Baby with
a remedy that she would use for herself? Ask yourself; and answer honestly!
Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this you
will remember that Fletcher's Castoria is made especially for Infants and
Children Cry For
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ALGOHOL-3 PER GENT.
tingtheStomaks and ilowets of The False and the True.
ofAdvertising by the use of large space, the p , expenditure of huge sums
TierebyPromotinltDitestion o money have placed on the market, have put in your home, perhaps,
Cheerfulness and Rest.Contains many articles that today have been discarded, as you will readily admit.
neither o ium torphineanor Do you recall anything that has more modestly appealed to the
ineral public than has Fletcher's Castoria: modest in all its claims, pleading
at all times--and truthfully-for our babies?
AThe big splurg, the misleading claims may win for a time, but
4IIJaI4 the honest truth-telling advertiser is like the old story of the tortoise
Cos ipaio an thrro atbathhre
1 ad Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, now mothers, speak
frankly, glowingly, enthusiastically in praise of Fletcher's Castoria.
_____,Ire Speak of it lovingly as a friend that has brought comfort, cheer and
he efosmiles to their little-one.
A ~C ide Cry Foricey o
Oonstipationand Diarhoea To them: to these true mothers no argument can induce them
and Feverishness and to set aside their bottle of Castora, their old friend, that they might
Loss OF SLEEn try even another and unknown remedy for babies. Then, would YOU
resuttin? lherefrofn-inif'fanYD think of going to YOUR OWN medicine chest to find relief for Baby's
Tac-Sinlc Si+lnatureaf troubles? Can you not separate the false from the true?
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIATI G O C ] "G E U N C AO R L W Y
Bears the Signature of
Sxact Copy of Wrapper.
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