HE dainty woman who has always
pinned her faith to underclothes
made of fine cottons, soft and more or
less sheer, has hei- good taste vindicat
ed this fall. Fine cotton undern ear,
usually made of batiste, has outdis
tanced its silk rivals in demand. It
Is decorated with embroidery In little
On- n? f .erns ; lace insertions are
'Ingly used and narrow rIb
wash satin and crepe de
mall is for colors, and the
A. ..-e yellow, mauve, pink and
lesh; but the range of color to he
found .nlu e .t e . ih to es .Ba-...
found Includes other light tones. Ba
ste follows the lead of slks, with
light pink leading the other colors hy
~, . ?1 d white miost popular of
at silk and Cotton are al
te n l Many of the batiste
jsYpare fullness in this cleverly dlesigned
gretand, wvith many won~en, this
is a strong point in its favor. Across
Sthe front, at the top, V-shaped pieces
lure cut out and two small slashes are
orked in the spacesi between them,
Imiar slashes. placed about the re
DIndler of the top, allow~ baby rib~bonI
obe threaded through them, amdjusting
Schemise -to the bust. 10yeItle
cross the front carry baby ribbon also
nd It Is lied at each side in b~ows wit
,,n.n.,- --- , I Sm~all con
)f jersey or
iz:~~ ~ ~ ;ii~tcoedl In
OF FALL STYLES
sateen and sold at a cheaper price.
Everyone will turn around to look
at this interesting dress, in which
new style points are so adroitly man
aged, but its wearer has saved us
the trouble and has accommodatingly
turned her back on us. As in the
season's coats, the story of this gar
ment is not told until we have seen the
back as well as the front-there are
two sides to it.
The dress as pictured Is made of
canton crepe in wood-brown and em
broidered in self color in silk. It is a
style that will develop with equal
SE OF BATISTE
atuccess In crepe-satin, other crepes
satin or light weight wool cloths.
Viewed from the front It Is a loose
straight-line dress, confinedl at the
waistline by a narrow belt ' of the
material finishied with a handsome(
ornament. Its novel features are the
wide sleeves, confined by a wrist band
and the overlapping bodice with rever
that extends from the right shoulder
SE OF CATTNCEP
sncess if cre-sckan, ther bodceis
bliused fro the frtite The tapos
staih-ie adresstl congied ta the
frockiteby a narrowbeth odiche
ndperart wayisdwnthe skra Adong
ornament. of novel faues pared the
twnd them verei bdicbe withrese
thatexttonds frome the rgown sanudae
osv appaent edeinshe weihn asthps.
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIO1N
(BY RIley. P. B. FITZWATEl. D. D.,
Teacher of Elnglish Bible in the Moody
ilible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright. 1922, Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 17
THE MESSAGE OF MALACHI
LI*SSON TI-XT-Mal. 3:1-4:3.
GOLDEN TEXT-lieturn unto me, and
will returi unto you, satiti tle Lord of
1 H 1ER ENCE AIATIEflJAI,-II Kings
17:7-23; Isa. ;: Ezk. 2:1-7; Acts 20-35; 11
IIIPiMAILtY TOPIC-God's Promise of
the Savior's Conilng.
J NIOlR TUPIC-Offerings That Please
INTE31101)FATI- AND SENIOR TOPIC
-What WO Should Give to God.
YOUNG PEOPLI0 AND)'ADULT TOPIC
-What the Bible Teaches About Giving.
The subject of today's lesson is
broader thani the text, especially the
vorses printed. The best way to teach
this lesson is to give a survey of the
Malachi wias perhaps contemporary
with Nehemiah ; probably sustained the
same relation to Nehei'-th that Hag
gal and Zechariah did to Zerubbabel.
After the completion of the walls of
Jerusalem Nehenijah sdeims to have
been called back to the Persian court,
but returned to Jeruslen after a
few years. Though outwardly the lives
of the people were correct, the prophet
pointed out the sins of a corrupt priest
hood, mixed marriages and a failure to
1. Israel's Base Ingratitude (1:1-5).
God approached them with the ten
der aflirmation "I have loved you." It
was the prophet's burden to declare
this fact unl1to them (v. 1). So formual
and worldly were the people that they
failed to see God's hand upon them.
The attitude of Israel to God Is shown
in the skeptical insinuation "Wherein
hast Thou loved uT' The prophet
answers this by showing God's choice
of Jacob and Ils' passing by Esau; i1s
destruction of Edom and saving Israel,
11. God's Severe indictment (1:0
1. Against the Priests (1:G-2, 9).
They were guilty (1) of profanity
(1:0). Their profanity was iII despis.
Ing the name of God. To fall to honor
God is to be profane. To use .His
name in any unreal way is to be thiui
guilty. (2) Sacrilege (vv. 7, 8). Their
sacrilegious act was In offering pol
luted bread and blemished sacrifices
To bring such offerings to an earthI
ruler would be a gross insult. Giftf
to be acceptable with God mutlst b
genuine; must cost something. W(
should give to God our best. '1".cre it
no intellect too brilliant to offer in th(
Lord's service. The young should not
esteem their lives wasted who offei
then on the altar of missionary sacrl
flee. (3) Greed (1:10). They were
not willing to open thp doors of God'.9
house without pay. Our service should
be out of a heart of love for God, not
-for profit. This has a vital application
to ministers and evangelists today. To
eater Christian service because of
worldly gain is of this; type. (4) Wear
iness (1 :12,13). Breause of lack of
love the routine of duty became irk
sonme. (5) Not teaching the law to
the people (2:1-9). Those set apart
to teach God's law to the people have
a great responsibility und God will
most surely dlemandl an accounting.
2. Against the People (2:10-17; 3 :7.
15). (1) F~or ungodly marriages (2:11,
12). (God's purpose In the prohibitlon
of mixed marrIages was that He might
raise up holy seed (v. 15). The mar
riage of the hellever with the unhe
liever today brings confusion into the
fold of God and turns aside Is pur
Pose. (2) F'or divor-ce (2 :13-16). Di
vorce was the source of great sorrow~
--even the tears of the wronged worn
enI coverin~g the altar (v. 13). The of
ferings of a man who had thus treated
his wIfe would he0 ani abominatIon t(
God. The tears of wrongedi woen
today are going up to God uand make~
ev~en the prayers of some men an
abomination to 111m1. (3) Pubi
wrongs (3:5, (1). (a) Sorcery-mnagie,
Trhose who pract ice such things should
bie regarded as p~ubie offenders. (b)
Aduliter-y. 'is is a sin of wider extent
than the parties conce'Qrned. (c) IFalse9
swearing. (d) Oppression of the hire
ing, widow and fatherless. (e)
T1uirnedi ais'e thle st ranger from bhh
rights. (4) Blasphemiy (3 :13-15),
Iii. The Severe Judgments Which
Shali Befall the Nation (3:1-5; 4:1-0),
1. By Whom 1lx'cuitedi. This i
done by the Lord. I udigument has bee;1
comitlte(d to the Son of God (Actt
2. Time of Second Coming of Chist
John the Ibaptist was the forerunnei
of is first comning. Elijah shall hi
the forerunner of ils second coming
3. Result. F~or the rIghteous it will
he a (lay of healing and salvation. TPu
the wicked it will lbe a (lay of burning
and1 destruction. A boo)k of remem
birance is no w being kept. A (lay 01
retrib'ution k coming.
Even as He Is Pure.
Beloved, now are we the sons os
God, andl It dloth not yet appear wha1
we shall be; but we know that, whem
He shall appear, we shall he like Him
for we shall see Himm as lHe is. An<
every man that hath this hope in hin
purifleth hImself, even as he is pure.
I John 3:2-3.
I laid me (down and slept; I awvaked
for the Lord sustained me. I will no
be afraid of ten thousand people.
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SIMPLE MATTER TO ARRANGE
All Colored Woman Had to Do Wa
to Go Home and Wait for Her
A colored womnan entered a polic<
station atid asked the sergeanit alt til
"Does you gin any advice here?"
"8omaetlimaes we do," was the reply
"Denl I wanut you to gin mne somae.
hats got a liusband, but he don't amaiaouni
to much. I lilths got It In hIs heln
dat he Wianits to go up in de aIr wi
ole (f dose ilyin' achal(!I3ines. If lie goe
a up am1 he lahie to fall?"
"Yes, lie is sure to," replied th
" A' will he killed?"
"Yes, certainly he wIll be killed."
"An' den I wIll be at widow?"
"An' arter at y'ar some smart cull'
man will want to rmairry ine. Nowv
denl, would you ellcouriage any huiisbanii
"Yes, I think so."
"All right, den," said the colore<
ladty as she made for the door1. "I wit
go rIght home am' (eouarage may haus
hand to go up aunaong deC clouds anm
den I wuill .sit dlownand1( Wait fur my:
Not to Notice It.
"JTohn," said( Old Man, thaoughatfully
"I dlon't approv'e of you running airounma
nights, wIth all kInds of flappers am1i
flirts. Wh'Iy don't you settle down ancl
go wIth some partieular gIrl?7" "Thaitm
it, dlad," saId the kId, blIthely, "they~
ain't any oif 'emn so veray paarticuliar
thesea da~ys."--1lhmond01( Timews-Djs.
Willie DId His Best.
Willle-lease, t encher, hie was the
aman whio wrote thae eyelopedia.
"There's a sna
That Baby should have a bed of
Ca more reasonable for an infant to sle
a man's medicine in an attempt to rep
that same infant. Either practice is t
be tolerated by specialists infchildren'
Your Physician will tell you tt
prepared with even greater care than
A Baby's stomach when in good I
by improper food. Could you for a m
to your ailing child anything but a
for Infants and Children ? Don't be d(
Make a mental note of this:-I1
you should remember that to function
your Baby must receive special care.
the desired results may be had from t
prepared for grown-ups.
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUN
Bear the S
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ives Cheerful New Color
UTNAM FADELESS DYES-c
MUCH IN LITTLE
The used key is always bright.
Most popular repartee is "Ha, ha,
Love that springs from1 lenven
sWe'eps Imen back there.
j A blithe heart takes a blooiiig
11 Prayers of thanks beneilt the
0 le who never ventures will never
Cross the sea.
Rather than nale a scene the bride
Promises to obey.
A mnerry heart goes all the (lily, a
sad tires in a mile.
The Arabs of' southern Egypt trade(d
with 111dia 1000 B. C.
Undlerstanding the people of our
- Own time is ai real Job.
TIn mensuring a man's (deeds by his
talk use liverse ratio.
Ini the flat the're is no plnee to p)ut -
things nIwny that you1 don't want, so
you01 get rid of thecam.
People takle It for granted that a la
good-nat ured mian enn't. get angry, aind I
great is I he occasionlh surprise. (
lTe nyvernige girl is ttambiitis to I
mtake a namea for herself, blut she F
ulstlly endis by3 ne(ceptinag sonm m~an's a
Maybe' (chalrity dloesn't begin at home
beenul~se tile size of thme job) appahlls al
that never fit
O harm can come to me from coff<
what so many people say. Yet those
often quick to note the signs of coffee ha
E-ow familiar the danger signals are-up
pless nights and irritability-all warning
s breakdown that lurks just a little way
r and how delightful the escape-by drin
ant Postum instead of the beverages the
[nstant Postum is the tempting cereal
i roasted wheat. It is prepared instant
the addition of boiling water. Its
py flavor is not unlike that of coffee.
[t is safe for everybody in your house
I including the children, and there's
ling in Postum to keep you awake
i if you drink it at midnight.
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Its own all are agreed. Yet it
ep with grown-ups than to use
late the delicate organism of
o be shunned. Neither would
at Baby's medicine must be
Lealth is too often -disarranged
oment, then, think of giving
medicine especially prepared
is important, Mothers, that
well, the digestive organs of
No Baby is so abnormal that
he use of medicines primarily,
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NEW YORK CITY.
Tone to Old Curtains
Iyes or tints as you wish
M tI Gnat relef and 0"
8Y eyecenfort for usoeW
sn~cted with wea
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H INDERCORNS namnovs pl..
eo . Oc al 14ea
These Days Are All Alike.
On thl 1wifi 1 - ilu1nt of Nu11r1ul1 tie
stinl rises itt ; snnd sets at 0 thie year
irolullid; there IN no (Iylight-saiving
ihere. The mlay chiange of season. :.
wheni the "westerles" colle Iin wi rain1y
0111801n. Th'lese tropiei ynilns desend
60th great violence. in the year froi
owing the e yirs' drought, there
rvas a rainfall of 150 lncles, 10 inesA
ailliig In one night.
Half the Bauttle.
"'Nowv 1)ut up ai hohl1 front on the
"Ters lot oft pleople ouI wvtio
on't knowv anythilng ab~out the gaine."
-Katnsas CIt y -lournal.
Th'le 1trinrebi ofi Ieerney wats ai namre
'ri'nchl lph'iosopher, of whomi Trhiotnn
'arly he saIdl, "'Voltalire. I the Elgh..
enlth Ii enturity,'' beennuse hie ret ired to
le vIllaige (If Fecrney, ne'inr Geneva,
twI Iitzeln, Where lie prdo'eed muich
V his wor)k.
In dolin1g a noun a faivor do~n't thInic
tink ofC It enou'gh,
e or tea," is
rm in others.
;s of the ner..
Lt contain the
ly in the cup
fro.nt parts of Wheo'
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