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bags and purses
Diminutivo Proportions the Mo3t
Despite Smalt 81m They Contain)
Compartments Comlilnlnu Uifu.
neea With Ornamentation.
A bundling or purse Is mi Importmit .
ni"ry of tin; modern woman's out
fit Tho French woman looks upon
tíil Httlcli' rlitclt' for lit dec
orativo valuó, whllu ln-r Aim-i It'im
jlster considers It morí rroin the I
dliiiiilMilnt nf utility. I
Tlfi nnwt (lUlliiclhc note In Hi i
new pursei lien in their iliiiiliiuilvo
proportion, Inn ilcplle ilii'tr mnnll i
Mad they conlnln numerous noeei-siiry
iiitiiiiirliiiciitn, tliui combining useful-
I KM Willi lirillllllClltlltillll.
To nclilc' IImi imupiift effect men
Honed about without Micrillclug tlio
varlntm essential compartment, de
signers (if linen tmvo lieen forced to j
tnx Ihelr HiReiiuliy I the tiluuwit.
That they Imvii succeeded I their
tusk In evident frmii Hie Invi'ljr thing
now being orfcred.
Thero iiru bags In pouch shapes,
considerably smaller tliim tlio purses
of pint seasons-, Imikh 'villi draw
strings, nuil IiihI. but perhaps best
liked, lliu cmelnpo piirei'. Tlio Inllor
I being shown In intuición different
shape,-thn tfiiiir nml oblong erícete
being iiniiKiiiilly prominent.
In bag evolved from dross nintc
rlnln, ilmclyn nml fnlll slllt im well
na clru nuil salín striped duvetyn
urn In Iho vanguard. Velvet mill inolri.
although used to sumo extent, liolli
teem to linvit lieen rclcgutcil to n leu
Fur, too, playa u largo piirt In pursei.
Nut nnly lire entire bngJ minie from
It, hut IIiiifc of olll; or iliucl)n havo
fur iipplleil lis a trimming. Till li
especially Iruo of Hie pelt (it tint
iimal.Ty, which hns lieen used In every
ennrelvnhtu wny on this season's
Ono moilol of Inn iluvetyn has tho
NAVY AND GRAY COMBINATION
Navy and Oray Duvetyn Combined In
an Original Manner Contribute to
the Dlatlnctlve Smartnera of thla
SMART GIRLISH DRESSES AND HATS
Tendency to Uee Dig Qaahea on After
noon and Evening Attire De
mand for Fur Turbant,
On tlio moro glrllnh eieiilng mid
iiflernoon dreaned, notea n l'nrli
fneiiliin writer, thero la u lenilmiey to
usu big aimhei of tullo or of chltTon
liberally furnlahed wlih bowa nnd
enda, regnrillewi of mi) type of put
tern. They milt thw gown nnd tlio
wenrer Hint la nil. And that they
micteed In doing iidmlrehly. Ileru
nguln tho anali mid Ita emla ntv npt
to ailpply tho only prkle of color
oil tho whole, the rct of tho gown
being either of while or of hlark mill
aervlng merely u u background for
Tbs linl'lt at pliielnc ono big flower
nt tho aide of the nnUtllno la iiunther
ono ihut boa round grcnt favor with
doHgner. It la apt to lie wry much
Of ii modern nrt llower with iIiikIu
litlgc petal mnde of elret III atlirtlllig
MHMi. On un Tcnliig gown, Iho Mower
often rt'tWHU n auggeatlon of color In
lUBllicr PB't of the gown mid by Hint
flftatoJw itHlkM the color take n moat
KfKtlvp piMlllon In the whole denlgn.
Unta ot tlio mldillo nenmni nre ulao
UXttm of eonipromlae : ninny of Iho
KUttanlllwry Klmiien ilinl llirenteneil
au(e pitHWil n ny. The nimpromlae
Uilinll)' leaves in wllh tin pulula Unit
u jlkeil mrmt.
The, IIUlo fur turhiint, nre to Im
kréñtly In ileinnlid, cnpeclally for wenr
' 'uO? "'" "t"'" "'rnl" "'" nr"
Hiiiñieíí wifli fiir. A mulching toque,
ufjfur. litij'i to liejghten ttm effect of
ithtítrlüimlñc a'ud keep tlió wlíii coa.
fur fringe projecting from fnhl.i, while
mi iinollier It I sown lienentli llifl
inline nml nlloncil lo cover con
siderable port lull of tin line
Itromliiili nml Imliy Imiili nro frc
ipiently used for the eiivelne shapes,
while moleskin, which I' innro pll
llhle, fllnl ii plneu III Hie pouchy f
fella nml ilrnu string law.
blouseIffIct the feature
Thle Charming Afternoon Dreaa el
Oeorgette With Long Waleted Dlouil
Effect, Which la Caught at Each
Sida and Tied In a Long Bow, Ii
Qlven a Qay Nota of Chcerfulneai
by Ita Color of Qold With Oreen and
fled Hand-Embroidered Motile.
Revival of Hair Bowe.
Huir bows ure found to Ijo revivios,
ilosplto the provulenro of bobbed
IiimiiIn, nml huyera hnrn put In stneka
for tlio Kchnol trndc. Until ptutila and
slrlne tiro chosen. In tin r row ribbons,
Ki'OHcr.iInx, three-rjunrters to two nnd
one-hiilf Indies wldo nrc mill leading.
Ah to colora other than blnrk, which
h snld to bn inoro In demand than
ever, iho fuchsia nnd purples atniu!
out nro-oinliienlly. Asido from these,
the prlr.clpul nellvlty la In brown nnd
Steele In Dratalerea.
a comí wnv to nreveut tho fteels In
liriiRslercfl from lircnklng throuch la
to sllU'M n pleeo of whllo binding tnpo
on tho wrong xldo of tho brnaalcro over
tho atecte. Thla keeps them from
lirmiltliiL' thrniieh nnd they wenr twice
ita long. It nlao preserve tho other
undcrgiirineiitH and looki ncnt on tho
Hate Draped With Lace.
Many lint kIiow no other trimming
but vlnbornto velU. Largo ahupes In
hlnck velvet or linttcrs' plitah aro
draped wllh black Inco In Spnnlsli
alyle, tho laeo usmilly being dnipcd
uvur tho sliouidcr.
t?,lra l-lau lnn,t.il
, ... - - r i
Fur-bordered mid fur-collmeil aulta
uiiu nrexM-a nri nppenring. a nrii'iii
red duvetyn, bordeioil with blnek enrn
cut, 119 n'nii rceeuiiy.
turne In linriiiiiiiy. as . rule theao
little turban iirmngementa nro tint
overly Hipplled wllh trimming. Indeed
many of them lime un ilecorntlon of
There nre fur tnma nnd fur turbnna
mid fur rounded huta thm null daw
over thn bnlr. And there nro fur Ilim
obi n tiirhmia which nro ery high nnd
aovertj looking. These nro beat win
they aro emulo of krlmmer or ono oi
the Imnb'M wool fura wblch hnvo !
como m popular.
FOR THE GROWING DAUGHTE
Sklrta May De Arranged to Da Low.
ered f mien Shouldera of Walit
Without Sewing Up.
When little daughters outgrow their
petticoat mi rapidly Hint mother
teem a mi mo tuno making new onea
try Ilnlalilng tlio shoulders of tho wultt
without H'wlng them up that a
imiko ahoiildor-atrape, lapping them
tho top nuil aiming with buttoua
buttoiiholoa. It la Iheu enay o
Iho sklrta down by m IiuMul.
Urnps. Ineienil of biiltonlng, n small
clui-p pin may no used to fiulcn Hi
'ims is a rar neuer plan than to
down soiuo of the material whero
skirt Is sowed to tlio waUt. Aimttiv
very good nlnn which mnt- Im mi
coiijuiictliiu with tho open shoulde
is in ninko a wine iiem nml run a
on tho wroiic aldu nt II. whirl, v.-1 1 1
up n port of tho hem; then, when
a iieaircii 10 lengtiien tho skirt
tiavo only to puii out tho tuck.
Misbranding Frequently Oocurs
Through Ignorance, Rattier
Than Intent to Cheat.
CAUSES OF IMPROPER GIMDIG
Spcclatlita Point Out That Grower or
Shipper Whv Shlpa Inferior Farm
Producá Ooon Learnt Error
of Hie Way.
rntr br the U till ta statu D.pattm.nt
Sixty per cent of tlio commercial po
talo crop In tlio United States In now
bought mid Hold upon tlio basis ot
United Mates polnto grades, nccordlng
to tlio liuronu of markets and crop oh-
tlinntea. United State Department ot
Agriculture, nnd every producer con
tributing to that quality of Kronen
tock I vltully concerned with ti
elimination ot dishonest grading prac
tice), dron-or nnd shippers whoso
lioncBty cannot ho relied upon soon find
Thla Sack, Labeled "U. 8. Grade No.
1," Contained Run Stock Shown in
It dinicult to market their crops any.
where, tor the now that they aro un
dependable travels quickly In market
ing circles. Hut In Ita Inrgcr aspect
as concerning tlio wholo body of pro
ducers nnd shippers who conduct their
bualnea) on n basis of co-operation
with tho dealer, the mlsuso ot a grado
la a really ecrlous matter for It tends
to Jeopardize the mutual rccllnx or
confidence which la the very esaenco
ot business dealings.
Flagrant Case of Mlabrandlng.
Bevernl Instnnces ot tho misuse, ot
United State potato grades hnvo como
to tho attention of tho department. In
Now Jersey n growers' orgnnliutlnn
was found placing In sacks inbcicu
U. 8. (Irndo No. 1" potitoes Hint wero
actually field run of poor quality.
Fully 25 per cent nf tho pntnir.es in
each bng were culls and only a unnll
tpcrccntngn of the remaining 7o per
cent would havo grnued No. j.
A short timo ago a Jobber In n south
ern city ordered a car of U. 8, Orado
No. 1 Itound Whites from a shipper In
runorthcrn átate. Upon arrival, Jnspcc
Hon showed Hint tho two top layers
of sacks contained stock Hint was
sound nnd un tn tho grndo require
ments In every respect. Hut tho po-
tatocs In tho bottom Inycrs of sacks
were badly smeared wllh dry rot from
contact with decayed stock, these lay
ers evidently being of stock Hint bad
been reconditioned nt shipping points,
Thn potatoes bud to bo resorted nt
tho receiving point, and thn shipper
suffered n heavy monetary loss.
Dlemlehed Stock Picked Out.
In a trip through tlio Minnesota po
tato district a representativo of tho de.
partment recently reported that In ono
notion whero u grading machine of tho
slinking screen typo was used tho
screen was padded with burlap, lenv
Ins only nbuiit one nnd one-half feet of
screen ut ono end uncovered. Tlio mail'
iiger stated Hint this wiih to prevent
bruising tho stock, mid. ho seemed to
ho much surprised when It wns pointed
nut Hint tho burlap Interfered with
tho proper siting ot tho potntoss.
It wnn also renirted that In some In
M nucos shippers wcro of tho opinion
Ihut No. 1 atock was procured simply
by running tho potatoes through a clz
Ing machino. In theao cnaea It wna
necessary to call attention to the fact
that blemished stock must tio culled
out by hand; also that when thcru Is
n heavy run of. uniloroUed stock, much
of It may bo carried over tlio grado
If thn potatoes aro run through too
Hpeclflcatlons of tho federal grados
can bo had upon application to tho bu
rcau of mnrkets nnfl crop cstlmntes.
United Htntcs Department of Agrlcnl
ture, Washington, I), 0. The bureau
will also bo glad to odrlso growers nnd
shippers with regard to detailed grnd
SOILS NEED STABLE MANURE
Fertilizer Looi;ne Up Clay and Aatlata
Qa-tl to netain Moisture
Needed by Plants.
Tho chief Tlrlttn of snndy soil I
.lint tho roots of plants can pass
through It readily; Its rhlef fault I
that It drlci out too quickly. Clay soil
holds water well, but It tends tn pack
tnrl harden. Ilnth types of snll neec
stable mnnure It loosens up clay and
SUGAR BEET CULTURE
HAS LARGE GROWTH
Farmers Rcoolved $99,000,000
for Crop in 1920.
Any Fertile Sell Capablo of Producing
Oood Yields of Other Cropa win,
If Properly Handled, Prove
triirtrca T I" Unll't SHIM itriiiiinl
Tho sugnr-beet Industry of tho Uni
ted Htntcs nroduced more than I.IHS),-
IKS) tons of sugar and Iho 100 factories,
U7 of which weru In operation In JO
stntes. nnlil American farmers moro
than lliü.ÜOO.tXW tor their beets In
In n comprehensivo new bulletin,
No. Our., "Tho Sugar lleet Irdmliy In
the United Htntcs," tho United H'ntci
Department of Agriculture snys that
almost any fertile soil ennoble of pro
dnclnc Eood yields of other crops will,
If properly handled, produco good su
gar beets, This stnlcment, however, Is
restricted by considerations of cli
mate, moisture, and topography as re
lated to tho question of producing
enough beeta of the rcqulalto augur
content within reasonnblo hauling ilia
tanco tn maintain n augnr-bect factory.
Tho bulletin reviews Iho history of
tho sugnr-beet Industry from tho first
mill, butlt In 1870 at Alrnrado, Oil;
unnlyze.i soil, climatic nml tnpogrnpnir
requirements! nnd denla nt length with
tho nccrsiury equipment, best meth
ods of planting nml cultivation ; tlio
Imivnrtnnt relation of tho sugnrbect
to tlio Uva st ocle Industry; mo manage'
ment of parallel nnd rotntlng crops;
tho labor problem; inaect and disease
enemies of sugar beets; and tho busi
ness of selling beets to tho sugar man
ufacturera. "Tho successful produc
tion of sugar beets on nny farm de
pends to a great extent upon tlio tern-
permncnt of tho farmer nnd upon his
, nttltuui! toward inn production o: una
crop," tnya tho bulletin, ndillng that
, tho man who handles cows, especially
dairy cows, Is moro Inclined to tako up
tho growing of such an lutenslvn crop
ns sugar beets nnd Is moro apt to suc
ceed In this lino than tho grain or tor
neo crop man.
A ilst ot moro than fifty depart
ment publications on different phnsos
of the beet-sugar Industry Is Included
n tho bulletin, which may bo hhd freo'
upon application to tho Department ot
Agriculture, Washington, D. 0.
KEEP DRINKING WATER CLEAN
Overhanging Strip Prevents Fowls
From Roosting on Edge or Oct.
ting Into Trough.
To keep drinking water clean, pró
vido a low shelf on tho Instilo of tho
poultry houso for tho wntcr trough nnd
an overhanging strip, ns shown In the
sketch. Tho wood strip la fastened
Just far enough ubovo thn top of tho
trough to allow tho chickens to drum
enslly, but prevents them Irem roost
ing there, or getting luto tlio trough.
I'ans or basins can be used with tho
Fowla Out of
ratnn arrangement, although ir a
trough Is mudo for tho purpose, It will
Ut In better and, during thn winter
months, tho Ico wilt bo forced upward
and thero will bo no danger ot break
li't. This arrangement will bo found
t client for feeding tho Hock hot
mnsilies nnd other feeds, also, Dalo It.
Van Horn ot Ncbrasku, In tho l'arm
CLEAN UP ALL GARDEN TRASH
Insects and Disease Sporea Live Over
Winter In Stalka, Vines and
Much of tho success of next year's
garden depends on cleaning up tlio
trnsh left from this year's crop, says
the United States Department ot Agri
culture. Insects and disenso spores
llvo over tho winter In stalka, vines,
nnd stubble. Weeds nnd vegetable
debris should bo raked Into piles and
burned or carried oft as soon ns It Is
convenient to do so. I'leces of cab'
bagc. carrots, potatoes, and other
vegetables which havo been left on
tho ground In tho harvest should be
rnlicd un and destroyed to avoid at
trading Insects nnd rabbits. Tho rah
bits, tempted by theso titbits, may ro
main to bnrk tho fruit trees nnd
dnmago bushes. Timo gtvon to this
work at n period of yeaj when other
matters nro not pressing will bo well
repaid In tlio spring nnd summer.
SODIUM FLUORID GETS LICE
Mixed With Road Dust It Hat Decn
Found to De an Excellent Rem.
edy by Experts.
A combination nf sodium flunrtd and
road dust, mixed ono part of fluorld j
to four pnrts ot dust, Is an excellent
remedy for bony lice on fowls, accord
ing to Investigations by poultry ex
perts at the University of California.
Bodluni fluorld costs 40 cents a pound
nnd that Quantity is sulllcleut to treat
tn-w " aam
Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer."
WARNING! Unices you see name "Bayer" on tablets,
you arc not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy tin boira of 12 tableta Dotllra of 21 and 100 All drugglata.
Aatlrta u U lr4 auix ot Dorr Uidu'uiiik ( UuroaotkacIdMUr ( StllcrUcMU
Tho human raco has mluVil ten years
to tho Ufa of tho nverngo man In Iho
last CO ciir, an actuary told tho Ufa
nnderwrllers In Obtenga recently. Why
shouldn't this sort of thing go on, ho
nsks, until innii Ikes to bo ono hun
dred? Why not, to bo stiru? Just ns
Mark Twnln figured nbout tlio length
of the Mississippi. It was cutting ut
bends nuil shortening Itself so much
every year, If tlio samo rato should
keep on, In tho cotirso of n few thou
sand years tlio Mississippi would bo
only 18 miles long. hpih.uk City Hlnr,
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never
Applicants for Insurance Often
Judalni from reports from druciista
who are constantly in direct touch with
the public, there Is one preparation that
baa been very successful In OTeisoming
these conditions. The mild and healing
inüuenco of Dr. Kilmer's Hwsrop-Iloot is
soon realized. It stands the highest for
ita remarkable record ot auccesa.
An eismlnlni nhvaiclan for one of the
prominent I.l'e Insurance Comptnle, in
an Interview on tue subject, made the
tonlshini statement that one reason wbr
so many appllcanta for Insurance are re
jected la because kidney trouble la o
common to the American people, and the
large majority or tnoie wnose applica
tions are declined do not even suspect
that ther have tha dlseaie.
Dr. Kilmer s Unamp Root la on sale
at all drug stores In bottles of two sites,
medium and large. However, If you wish
lint to test this great nrenaratlon send
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uingham
ton, N. V., for a sampla bottle. When
writing bo sure and mention tills paper.
"I understand you hnvo u now re.
porter on tlio Chlggcrnvlllo Clarlou."
"res," snld Iho editor.
"How Is bin work?"
"I'relty fair fur n beginner. Ho
writes ii snappy birth notice, but Is n
trille weak on deaths mid funerals.
I'm thinking nt sending htm out to
tho cemetery to Iruprovo his stylo ny
rending tho epitaphs on tombstones."
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Even a sick child loves tho "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup." It tho
little tonguo Is coated, or It your child
Is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,
or has colic, clvo a tcasnoouful tu
clcanso tho liver nnd bowels. n a tow
hours you can neo for yourself how
thoroughly It works all tho constipa
tion poison, sour blto and wusto out ot
tho bowels, and you havo n well, play
tul child ngnln.
Millions ot mothers keep "California
big Hyrup" handy. They know n tca
spoonful today saves a tick child to
morrow. Ask your druggist for genu
Ino "California Fig Syrup" which, has
directions for babies and children ot
all ages printed on bottle. Mother!
You must say "California" or you may
get an Imitation tig syrup. Advertise
ment. Qreat Discovery.
First Professor (In high-powered
motor car) Wo'vo got It ut lust I
Second Professor O-got w-what?
First Professor Perpetual motion
I can't stop.
Many n bail man has been cowed
by tho milk ot human kindness.
STUNG FOR THE LAST TIME
Never Again, Says This Marine, When
Ho Thinks of That Four-Dollar
"Whnt's nil your hurry?" asked ono
marino ot another who wna hurraing
down tho street In Washington. ,
"Oh, nothing In particular," said the
gyme, "only tlio oilier night I tnlie.i
my girl to tho movies,"
"Yes, rt'H, go on I"
"Klio wiih wearing n brand now pair
ot shoes mid when alio gels Insldo Urn
theater her feet starts to nclio mid
alio tnkes her shoes off."
"Ah, bal Tho plot thickens I"
"Well, when sliu gotH her shoes off.
sho can't get 'em on ngnln, and utter
tho show It cost mo four bucks tu get
her boma In n tail."
"Ktungl" said tho Interested friend.
"What nro you going to do nbout It?"
"I'm going down lo tho llvo-nnd-ten-cent
storo to buy her u shoe-horn.
Ktifety-nrst 1" Tho I.rathcrncck.
"Our esteemed cnllengiio showed
himself lo put snmo rather question
able Inngunga Into tho Congressional
"Yes," replied Senator Sorghum, "I
nm nfrald ho has innilo n mlstaho In
applying his talents to polities. lis
ought to bo vrltlng dlaloguo for sums
of Iho muslcnl shows."
Tight shoes nnd worry produco ex.
nctly tho samo expression of Iho fucn.
2S$ and 734 Packages, Everywhere
When tho body begins to stiflon
nnd movement becomes painful It
In usually on Indication that the
kidneys uro out of order. Keep
theso organs healthy by taking
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add troubles.
Famous since 1658. Take regularly and
keep In good health. In three altes, all
druggists. Guaranteed as repreaented.
Lack foe Ui nm CelJ MJI en nary be
and cecal a ImiiaUoa
Rmíotm Color awl... I
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ni. t (ti-t "irijgaMTir Tl
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losjttf, tu.. ttoM all ri Mer mtotl U U
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No Soap Better
For Your Skin
Seta 23c, Olataust 25 lad S9c,TtIraat 25c
W. N. U., DENVER, NO. 60-1921.
Ctlpe uiid to bold 'tnolsture.