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DRESS WITH SKIRT OF LACE MATERIAL.
Mode-colored lace and may-green moire give the dress a peculiar chic
Over a ground skirt of green satin is a bell-shaped lace skirt. Waist of green
moire with tight-fitting lining. .a
IRA M dRN BLASTS. squaie aini at sin 6very hypocrite in
Warning Nos Calling the lUcOd4 a the churen begins to dodge.
Repentance. THE man who - doesn't love hii
OOD people nev. brother on the - other side of the
er love bad com. earth, doesn't love his brother on the
pany, ather side of the street.
THE memory THE Heavens declare the glory of
of a blessing is! God, but when they have done this
itself a blessing. they have to stop. They cannot
A MAN with a say a word about his love.
prejudice is a HAD Job been a nan who run his
ma n with al shoes down at the heel, and never
chain.had any opinions of his own, the
THE tust ~ devil wouldn't have bothered him.
the heart is al- NOBODY would ever be lost if the
waysthe rustdevil could not make convicted sin
i . V waysthe rustners believe that it would be safe to
Lof halovoytate.ntbae wait a little while longer.
on soae in o at sope.e THERE are'~ people who are afraid
TH roekad tof Havni hope. stagt o give their hearts altogether to the
eTE oad toe universe srigt Lord, for fear they will never again
est oadin he uivese.be allowed to have anything they
THE man who borrows trouble a'-wat
ways has to pay big interest. IT will be time enough to begin to
T.HE devil always hates a man who lose heart on dark [days when some
makes him lock at himself. body can be found who will declare
THE broader the way the more Peo- that God has not always been faithful
ple you will find traveling in it. t i od
No oNE has a right view of Christ GDcnoelo OOOmsae
who holds light views of sinl. o h ato a h styn
EVERY man who knows that sin 15s bs od ihbth a
wrong knows enough to find God. swrthtewilnvrogtte
IF you want to serve God Jr earn- sls fthewoardih's ih
Mos o u wulddomoe or toiswod
A DISOURAED Cristan i alw GsoA c0 olok i 0,00ig0 1stawe9
one wo doenotpraisGod hafmuinshepherodo right, bt ahae has
enougswrn.hathe hil-o llSve sheevere orge the
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estn begins bybeoing wil eerfunow her' felowm tenhrataer h
LAOT oftsrouls are oe cafor oepnn the gth uelad
caue wof God trinto maee woli s 'Rb athtetaer"ua n
THEREISCOUAGE Christean mis inhasrogwnailysewaa
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stand ainstwl son beiner tonow oee o hm lhuh"ld
Lwh n travelsaeofe case bruh.isxwlheprgtoe
GOn who disappintd makeneve al "obivihsngaerhesee a
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IFettere any fon te ho'nand h re ie o"e tgn
theNitesE wiil soonbei tae show onSetao.--.
when e trvels
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outsoirdCerotet gaesix~ o the hepi
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The President of the United States
receives a salary of $50,000 a year.
The Vice President and all members
of the Cabinet receive $3,000 per
annum each, while Senators and
Representatives receive $5,000. The
Ministers to England, France, Ger
many, and Russia receive $17,500; to
Spain, China, Japan, Mexico, and
Brazil, $12,000; to Chili, Peru, and
CentrL America, $10,000; to Vene
zuela, 'urkey, Swederi, and Norway,
and the Netherland3, $7,500;. The
Ministers to Denmark, Greece, Uru
guay, Portugal, and Switzerland re
ceive each $5,000, and the Minister to
Liberia, $4,000. The Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court receives $1u, 500,
the Associate Justices, $10,000 each;
the Circuit Judges, $6,000: the Dis
trict Judges from $3.500 to 85, 000;
the Judges of United States Court of
Claims, $4,500. The Director of
Geological Surveys is paid $6.000; the
Auditor of Railroad Accounts, the
Superintendent of Census, ani the
Superintendent of the Naval Obierva
tory, each receive $5,000; the Coin
missioner of Patents and Director of
the Mint receive $4,500; the Land
Office Commissionor and the Superin
tendent of Signal Service receive
$4,000; the Superintendent of the
Nautical Almanac and the Corm
muander of the Marine Corps receive
$3,500; the Commissioner of Indian
AiTairs and the Commissioner of Eiu
epjtinnsreceive each $3.000.
AND WAS GRATIFIED.'
A-B. is like Micawbe:, waiting foi
something to turn up."
C-"Yes, and he was rewarded yes
C-"He stepped on the edge of
Wire frame, bent in the front, is cc
to the white curls are four loops of broa<
14 inch lace covers the back of the franm
Made of rough blue and white straw
2 inches wide. Around the crown a fol<
inches long and 10 inches wide, which al
Made of strong go1 '-colored bast tem
and at the back; at the left side a bunch~
foliage. Around the crown, blue and coi
round bronze buckle. Loose ends of the
A pet in the McMillan Musee of
Omaha, Neb., is an ox weighing 3740
,ounds, standing six feet four inches
igh, and measuring ten feet eleven
inches in girth.
An Italian who recently committed
suicide in California left a statement
declaring that he had no education,and
that a man with no education has noth
ing to live for.
The current year is the centennial of
the cotton gin. Eli Whitney invented
it in 1793. It is said to have done
more toward the making of the South
than any other one thing except theI
The most noted Chinese doctor in
the country has just died in San Fran
cisco. He was Li Po Tai. He camne
from Canton about 1850 and built up a
large practice, having white people as
well as his own countrymen for pa
tients. The Emperor a few years ag
sent him the highest Chinese me'dical
"Oh, by the way," said Standofi
to the grocer, "my wife told me to
bring home half a pound of tea."
"Black or green ?" asked Mr. Peck.
"It doesnt metter. She is color
AI S u ileaury.
One may be disposed to forgive th,
woman who has been beautiful if, in
her desperate attempts to retain hei
beauty, she paints and powders, and
chooses to make of herself a thing ol
borrowed shreds and patches. Bul
when women tell us---as soine of them
do tell us now and then---that men like
a woman to caricature her own woman
hood; that they prefer---it comes to
that!-imitation beauty to the real
article, they require of us a faith too
great for ordinary human nature. To
be told, as I was told a little time ago
--and that by a lady---that meu do not
care for women unless they paint and
powder, is to have too strong a straiu
placed upon one's natural civility.
That this same informant was guilty of
perhaps a pardonable feminine exag
geration when she declared that, now
adays, all women used both paint and
powder, I am assured. Had she con
fined herself to the statement that a
very large number of women are in
debted to what they call their charms
to anything but nature, she would
have delivered herself of an utterance
on the literary veracity of which she
migl L safely have staked, as our trans
atlantic cousins have it, her "bottom
dollar." The lady of fashion may not
be aware that she is guilty to a rever
sion to savagery when she calls in arti
ficial aids to the help of her natural
attraction, but she is. Among savage
peoples it is an almost general custom
to revert to such auxiliaries.---All the
AND TEE GOOD WORE GOES O. \
"These ambulance drivers are very
careless. Two men were run over by
one this morning."
"That's business," explained the
doctor. "It provided work for two more
HAT FOR OLD L ADIES.
vered by plaited black tulle; at the front e<
folded velvet ribbon, two of which are f
and is continued toward the front of t]
)UND HAT WITH CLOTH TRIING
texture; brim is very bent and in the fra
led arrangement of white, blue-dotted fc
the end is arranged into two upright loop
STRAW HAT WITH FLOWER ORNA:
ture with straight brim, which in the fror
of poppies of blue and copper colored
per-colored satin ribbon, 4 inches wide
ribbon about I yard is required.
What 90: zMOaaS aieau
They woula make it possible fot
farmers to take advantage promptly
of the highest market, no matter at
what season of the year.
They would save him days and
weeks of time which he wastes every
year in wallowing through the dis
gusting mire of dirt roads.
They would reduce to a minimun
the wear and tear on wagons and cas
They would lessen the expense in
keeping horses in working order, and
fewer ilorses would be required in
the country to perform the farmec's
They would rejuire less to keep
thorn in repair than do the dirt roads.
They would make it easier for a
team to pmull several tons over their
smooth surr'ace tnan to draw a wagon
thiougzh the mud.
They would afford ready comnmuni-r
cation with the outside world at all
seasons of the year.I
They would save the farmer many
vexations and nervous strains. -
They would practically shorten the
distance of the local market.
They would Increase the demand
for country and suburban property.,
Don't Laugh at Blunders.
Instead of laughing at the mistakes
or blunders of others, we should do all
in our power to conceal any amuse
ment we may feel, for to the one mak
ing the error it is deeply embarrassing
to find that those who witnessed it nre
making merry at his ecpense, says thE
Jenness Miller Monthly. Good man
ners and a good heait go hand in
hand; tact, after all, is but a show o:
kindly feeling, and under all circun
stances we should remember that we
are not infallible and quite as likely t<
make mistakes as those whom we ari
pleased to ridicule.
Cannot every person, do matter hon
worldly-wise they may he at the pres
ent time, remember when they have
made some faux pas which even tc
think of now causes them to break ,ut
in a cold perspiration? It may havE
been an error in table etiquette ;r iL
the pronunciation of a word, it doel
not matter how trivial the mistake, vel
after all the years since it occurred the
smile which went arunnd the circle
stings even in memory.
No one is perfect, not even those
who set themselves up as oraciles in ali
matters pertaining to social life and iti
exactions. The day will come whet
flaws will be discovered even in the
leader, and then those who have been
laughed at will have a elince to
laugh, if that will be any satisfaction.
After all the gracious manner ant
the kindly spirit count for more that
form and empty show. Of course, the
amenities of life must not be regarded
as serious as a lack of consideration.
Good form means essentially the be.
havior of a gentleman or lady, and the
highest type of it is found in the kindly
heart that seeks not to wound, the gra.
cious, considerate manner, and t
courtesy to old and young, rich and
poor, regardless of their social statw
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hen he present heon fther fatmine
ta at lttle boy, is atther bas abon
.argiemon ofmne tof s tre ash
.nto sestoate wiher ant the sestt
fseedlt oldhe bien fiancag
ashington family.a~ot "Generlysh
ngtony whic alwesysroserity to
he geneost of Georg ahy,"and
he he presne thesame oicy. famil
ut licettie boy which fthe ay n
twsis moexpes dimmtisand thatdhi
renront oar moneyAndtso Wash
.ngton, ete.ugheaet ofeneroustom
nasds bhind him;l for the ne tlen
nabed esult agod aucaion ianid
uinlfo the foatro for ogna oy h
fowngroweal hp, nteeit much pridhe
hashtoy ofamlyGeneral Washo'
DRESS WITH FICI1U A3
A neat gArden or road dress of fine strij
theback. Three ,-manl white mull ruft
another ruffle of the same kind around
mings. This dress is especially attractive
of a straight stripe 90 inches long and 18
are tapering off gradually, and runnmng c:
then came again to the front and are I
This tiehu is only trimmed with a small r
The hat is made on a large light wire frai
arranged into small tucked puffs and dec<
Married by Instalmnent.
There is an odd story told by a 'Nor
folk (England) vicar of oue of his
prishioners who was mairied by in
stalmuents. Hle had gone to church
with his bride, and had expressed his 3,
readiness to forsake a:1 others and
keep only to her as long as they bo0th a
When it came to the youngr woman's 0
turn, however, she was not so minded.
No persuasion could make her agree
to her share of the bargai. Plead
ing and storming wer alk n an
an a lstth itede cupe ef
ne aet ldnor rades hs ofinentr
theac Thfree llwietul.ut
nHer fleaid sthsee ame hendartofn
ofha tile sfaipe ne anche long nde iS
ae taprgo tof grurchlwyt him running c
then scheme as to gthefrothr andarI
leave ihr is theurchmas wh had leftlA
Th atd i mak e on a laroged lihomiera
arnged hisosal tude ckee.san e
Thme crhdg. wn o t n
:-nsiari he proposet ak. u
Ther isrranged stric where by as
lfo okngahe former ocason ofndi
gettisnaread whasn frmt-e yun-g
hadpetslyH hdcline wto con I
withou hidance th .ad exrde i
readnes te disakseda brideroom
keepholy to her as lpected obje oh re i:
Tohersarea oft bagan levcad-,
ing and storming maer tohe poorn
andet whoaou the jokeeured pl lf
cmthwenye agantereitl. The 3
moreareneve lover afterscle, inchough
tnaerde it. haebetepo
lg. lHidstevity sieae to ehertue'f
thie Wair one, anflstinducedper
puherent gon tochrhe wih ho would
havse me a to of her tere anda
leaceker of the lurae servicef to
adya anl ose-Wangued norard
into this conancyofe. mrig ee
The ro vigar ro inadry ofob- an
conspirut, ahe rpse tomeahe wa
gettsing ated sen rmthe young mc
wohne t rasc lilthe nii in h
Badk preiousl adegolinden yelwer ont
aretmout hindrable to the. enan
t>hlyt the exploectd difeet ofidth rm~.
is hws. Setandinrtcolltr. crd b
wroetc wyhofosund the froketuvred b;-o
poundishailtor'nt the miond whon woudo
D HAT FOR MISSES.
>ed pink linen for misses. Closed at
s around the bottom of the skirt and
the wide balloon sleeves are the trim
through a fichu of white mull, madq
inches wide. The long pointed ends
rosswise from the front to the back,
:notted sidewords into a short loop.
aull ruffle until the back intersection.
ne of light-blue, greenish-tinted tulle.
>rated with a large crape loops of tha
A Nevada man carries a 600-year-old
New Zealand's gold yield is $250,
Lace of all kinds is now made by
The world's wheat crop is 2,125,.
The Pope owns a single pearl that is
alued at $100,000.
The average time a derelict remain
foat is about thirty days.
A new claim is made for olives that
ey are a help to digestion.
It is said the United States has more
an 9,000,000 young men fit for mili
The tomb of Mohammed is covered
ith diamonds, sapphires and rubies
lued at $10,000,000.
A good specimen of 'President
rthur's autograph is quoted at $7.50
y the Philadelphia collectors.
A gray, unsized blotting paper was
:>ld in England, according to
i his history, so far back asJ465.
There is more snow on The snmmits
f the Rocky Mountains at present
an there has been for years past.
The daily supply of milk for the New
'ork City market amounts to about
9,000 cans of milk, 170 cans of con
ensed milk and 400 cans of cream.
The English skylark has often been
troduced into New England, but all
ttempts to domesticate it have proved
tile, for the climate is too severe.
The flesh of forest rats is esteemed a
ulinary delicacy in parts of Cuba.
heir main article of diet is Brazil
ut, which impart a good flavor to
A pair of young bisons have been
laced by an English nobleman on his
aec preserves and several similar or
ers have been placed with American
Eels, snakes and chicken legs are
od in the Russian markets, according
o a traveler, and find ready sale
.mong a class of people who are not
A New York editor the other day
rrote a headline, "Alleged Treason in
'hina," and was horrified to see it run
hroughi the paper "Alfred Tennyson
lUDO3N TIM IING.
t:~N :.4 t ihe outer ed::es. Siik ribbon
th r n-:n~ it in an or iiinal mannier, as
- a phiitedi radile of 2 inch ribbon.
ibbon loop with two long ends.
nded by a broad s'....w braid wiw sid4