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WA8HI WA8H1NGTON = QTONi D C CIlL CI Cince
I IlL 4 4ince
I ince the llawn dawn of history those na nalious nation
lious tion which bave flourished most bavo bavocultivated avo avocultivated
cultivated soIlo form of athletics athleticsSciAntists athleticsSciantists
SciAntists now say that in future lutureges futuresiges
siges ges all Women will be brunettes By Bythat Bythat
that time no ono will be able to find n nbite awbite
wbite bite borso or a llrn lrug store storeJCanB4s storeCanBAB
JCanB4s butchers arc reportell to be bemaking bemaking
making sausages oC rabbits Can it itbe itbe
be possiblu that the dog is to be forced forcel1out forcedout
out of business along with the horse horset
il
i t citizeness of Eldred Penn has haslltarted hasslartod
lltarted and carries on n nilroglyce1 nitrogycorino nitrogycorinond ne net1nd
t1nd nd dynamite factory n miss of foci RochiJster fociI
I iJster owns and operates a butcher butoherahop butcherbop
ahop bop two women of Passaic N J JbaTo 3 3have
have just been arrested for runnieg runnieg1m
1m illicit distillery And yet there are areBomo aresomomenmean
Bomo somomenmean men mean and antiprejudiced prejndiced enou enough enoughto h hto
to deny the advantages of fern feuhigher fernhigher
higher education educatloulThe I ITho
The exports of agricultural luo luoducts lroi
i ducts have fallen off from 655000000 655000000during 65fi000 000 000daring
during the firRt ftrstten ten months of the cal calendar calendar
endar year 1898 to 624000000 dur during during
ing the corresponding period for 1899 1899is
1 is duo to tobetterharvcstluotherwheat tobetterharvcstluotherwheatgrowing b tter harvest in other wheat wheatgrowing
growing nations At the samo time timei timehowever
i however the exports of manufncturoQ manufncturoQRoods manufacturodgoods
Roods have increased from 253000 2 3000
000 to 8311000000 8311000000The S311000000Tic
The recent I startling rtling revelations revelationsbrought revelationsbrought
brought out by the Government it itquiry itquiry
quiry as to the use of salioylio acid aoidboric acidboric
boric acid borax and other adultera adulterations adultorations
tions in food must hare brought broughthomo broughthome
homo to many women n realizing realizingsenso realizingsense
sense that Government has to do not notonly notonly
only with matters of war and foreign loreignloHoy foreignPOlICY
POlICY bu bt4 with domestic questions questionsof
of vital importance to every house housekeeper housekeeper
keeper When she was told thatpoli thatpolitics thatpolitics
tics was something outside the house houseono houseone
ono witty American mother answered answereduIt answeredIt
uIt It affects the quality of almost every everything everything
thing that we eat drink and wear and anlleven andoven
even determines the purity or the thecitys theCity8
citys milk supply Instead of being being1otitside eing eingoatside
oatside the house houseit it is actually in inlI insI3c
lI sI3c ile the baby babyCornataiks ab t tCornstalks
Cornstalks which until recent years yennhavo yearshave
have been regarded as a w waste ato pro prouct pro1uct
1uct uct are now used for half a dozen dozencommercial dozencommercial
commercial purposes and sell in the theWest theWest
West nt six dollars per ton Properly Properlypreparell Properlyprepared
prepared they make a nutritious food foodlor foodfor
for horses and cattle they yield eel oellulose eelInloso
lulose which is used for an inner innersheathing innersheathing
sheathing for warships they provide providethe providethe
the basic material for smokeless pow powler powicr
ler aud from their fibre both papel papelnull pnpezanti
null glue of excellent qualities are areproduced areproduced
produced Enthusiastic statisticians statistioirlUsostimate statisticiansestimate
estimate that the cornstalks that have havesane havegone
sane to waste in this country in the Ulehst thelast
last twenty years would hare yiellled yiellledcommercil11 yieldedcommercial
commercial products worth 18000
000000 and that the annual crcw crcwhen crmjthon
thon hen fully utilized will give the farm farmIJrs farmore
ore 11 return oC 900000000 900000000Renilers 900000000Readers
Readers of Dickens are familiar familiarWith familiarwith
With the quaint figure of the commer commercial commorcial
cial traveller or bagman of the t11eearly thecurly
early days of the century travelling travellingtho travollizgthe
the country with his gig and IIpeedborse IIpeed peodyborso
borse a combination which passed pnssedout passedout
out of existence with the advent of ofJailroad ofrailroad
railroad trains A report from Lon Lon10n LonI
I 10n published the other day in the thedaily thedaily
daily newspapers suggests that the thecommercial thecommercial
commercial traveller of the twentieth twentietbcontury twentiethcentury
century may return in a measure to totho tothe
the mode of travelling adopted b btheir by byTheir
their predecessors of days gone one by byOnly byOnly
Only he will travel in a thoroughly thoroughlymodern thoroughlymodern
modern manner in an automobile The Thecommercial Thecommercial
commercial travellers are said to be becontemplating becontemplating
contemplating this new mode of tray travelling trayoIling
oIling on the ground that it will save savelong savelong
long waits at crossroad stations and andwill andwill
will moreoer bo more economical economicalThe economicalThe
The white population of CaFo Ca o Cot Colony Cotj
j ony South Africa bas increased large largely larger
r ly since the census of 1891 and is isnowestitnated isnowestiinated
nowestitnated at something somethingover over liOO
000 The three threeDutch Dutch churches have haven haveen
en n their books the names of about aboutBl abouta60000
Bl a60000 OOOO Doers men women and chil children
1 dren The British number about aboutI1
I1 140000 and Germany and other na nations naI
I r tions are represented by about 20000 20000persons 20000persons
persons In Cape Colony are more moreDoers moreBoors
Doers than in the two Doer republics ropnblicsTho republicsThe
The statistics in the latest elUtion at attho oftho
tho Transvaal State Almanac may be betaken betaken
taken as approximately accurate and anlltbey andthey
they give the total white population populationof
of the republics as 880000 of whom whomJ
280000 are Boers 60000 are Br BrItish BrItishand tish tishanll4OO
J
anll4OO and 4O00i other whites In the wholo wholoor wholoa
a or South Africa there are 04 0415000 0415000Doers 000 000Doers
Doers and only 245000 persons at atDriUah ofBritish
British birth or descent Less than half halfthe haltthe
the Boers live in the two republics repnbllcshut republicsbut
hut oven ovonthoro thoro they tboyontnumbcr ontnumber all the theDritilb theBritish
British in South AfricA
EARS NEWS OF DEATH DEATHMR
MR DIMNENT THE TH ONLY REMAININC REMAININCAANSPREKER REMAINIPJAANSPREKER
AANSPREKER IN AMERICA AMERICASunl AMERICASurvIv
Sunl SurvIv In Jlllhatikee MI1UMkaeor of R OnatolD Once OnceCOlnlnon OnceCoinuun
COlnlnon In n New 1 ew York Ind Still In InVOllue h hVogue
Vogue In nollallllUle Uu litUlneli hlnl h to toAnnounce toAnnouiee
Announce lJellhl lJellhlYes 1etbsYes
Yes mine is 0 queer business lUsinessDoath businessDeath
Death to you means a loss to mo it is isnot isnot
not only 0 profit but 0 livelihood livelihoodDeath livelihoodDeath
Death and I are arcfriends friends On Onhim bim de dep dopanda
p panda nds my living Were there no noleath nodeath
death < I us aanspreker oC the Dutch Dutchfamilies Dutchfamilies
families of Milwaukee would not be bein bein
in demand As it is I nm his messen messenser inessenger
ser serSo So spoke Adrian Dimnent to a Now NowYork NowYork
York Sun man in Milwaukee lYle Wislit lYleHe
lit continued continuedYes continuedYes
Yes the lire of an aansprekev nsproker is isindeed isIndeed
indeed a strange one and yet in Hot lIolland Hotland
land it does not attract much atten attention attention
tion But here in inAmerica America little of us usis usis
is known In the early Dutch colonial colonialdays colonialdays
days in the East there were many of ofus ofus
us At present I know of no other otherperson otherperson
person in this country who makes his hisliving hisliving
living as I do I am perhaps the only onlysurvivor onlysurvivor
survivor in the United States of an anRnclont ananciont
Rnclont custom which is still in vogue voguein voguein
in the rural districts in Holland but butthe butthe
the progress of the time has gradually gradunllyQrowded graduallycrowded
crowded UII out of the tliobusiness business in this thiscouutry thiscountry
country As for myself I cannot ex expeot oxpoet
poet to follow my strange vocation vocationmuch vocationmuch
much longer I nm eightytwo years yearsof yearsof
of age and life at that stage is uncer uncertain uncertam
tain tam I sometimes wonder whetherwith Whether Whetherwith
with me will die the custom of the theDntoh theDutch
Dutch aanspreker of Milwaukee MilwaukeeMr MilwaukeeMr
Mr Dimnents business is to go gofrom gofrom
from house to house and announce aunonncetbo announcethe
the death of any member of the Hot Holland Hotland
land colony who may die here In the thernral therural
rural districts of Holland every village villngeand villageand
and town has Hs annsprekel or an announcer announcer
nouncer The relatives of the de deceasell doceased
ceased engage the aanspreker and he hecals hecalls
calls on a list of the friends and no noquaintances acquaintances
quaintances that the bereaved family fnmilymllY familymay
may wish to inform of the death deathThese leathThese
These announcements take the place placeof placeof
of the customary newspaper death deathnotice deathnotice
notice Usuoll Usually where daily newspa newspapers newepapore
pore are printed there is is lttUe need nCldfor needfor
for the aanspreker aansprekerWhen aaneprekerWhen
When years ago the Dutch settled setUeilin settledin
in Milwaukee the need of an ann aanspreker annsprekcr
spreker became apparent Although Althonghthere Althoughthere
there are several thousand Dutehfam Dutehfamin Dutch fain fainilies
ilies in this city there is no newspa newspaper nowspaper
per published in their language Con ConI Consequently
I BequenUy they have for years relied reliedon reliedon
on the aanspreker Mr Dimnent to tokeep tokeep
keep them informed on In the deaths < of ofmembers ofmembers
members 01 the colony colonyIIYou colonyYou
IIYou You see oxplained explainodMr Mr Dimnent Dimnentthere Diinnontthere
there is no way in which our people peoplewould peoplewould
would know of the death of a Hollan Hollander Hollanilor
der were it not for tho aanspreker aansprekerWhen artusprekerWhen
When nn American or a German dies diesthe ies iesthe
the usual death notice in the news newspapers newspapers
papers is aU that is necessary necessary But Dntwe Butwe
we have no Dutch papers here It is istrue istrue
true that many of the 2 21500 OO familiel familielof famllieof
of Dutch descent in this city do take takesome takesome
some of our city papers Many road rcadGerman roadGerman
German and the younger generation generationreatla generationreads
reads English But take the old Dutch Dutchsettler Dutchsettler
settler he who came direct from the therurnl therural
rural districts of Holland to this coun country country
try l1e cannot rend any other than his hisnative hisnative
native language and not always that thatlIo thatHo
lIo has spent his days on the farm farmonll farmand
and is now ending his last years in inquiet inquietrotiroment
quiet quietrotiroment retirement Outside of meeting meetinghis meetinghis
his people at the Dutch church on onSunday onSunday
Sunday he knows little of what his hisfellow hisfellow
fellow countrymen are doing When Wheno
o death occurs late in the week we wecan wecan
can always reach him with an an announcement announcement
nouncement of the funeral from the thepulpit thepulpit
pulpit on Sundays But whero 0 0Dutoh aDutch
Dutch resident dies early in the week weeknnd weekand
and the funeral occurs on Ol just be beloro before
fore Sundly we cannot roach him by bythis bythis
this means The aanspreker is then thencall thencalled
call called ell in inr ini
r i have followed this business for formany formany
many venrs years and I suppose I must have havebroke havebroken
broke the new newa of the death of their theirfrienlls theirfriends
friends to thousands of people No Noit Noit
it is not always an easy task Ono OnoI Onemust
I must understand the business like likeanything likeanything
anything else It is easier to inform informchance informa
a chance acquaintance than 0 dear dearlriend dearfriend
friend or relative The nanspreJer nanspreJermust annoprekermust
must use tact and judgment He Hemust 1Jomust
must adopt himself to circumstances oiroumstaucesWhen circumstancesWhen
When it is taken into eonsitl eonsitleration considoration
oration that in his rounds he hecaUs hecalls
calls on two or three hundred huudredfnmilios hundredfamilies
families and that when he makes makestho makesthe
the announcement of the rlenth rlenthhe ileathhe
he is plied with a hundred and one onequebtions onequestions
questions it will be seen that he baN hl1llno baNno
no time for gossip Neither bas bo botimo hotime
time to stop to console friends or to tolisten tolisten
listen to reminiscences uf the depart departed departed
ed Usually before he start out on onbis onhis
his trips he obtains aU the informs information informstion
tion he can from the relatives as to tothe tothe
the illness of the dead person lIe lIeasoertains lieascertains
ascertains the funeral arrangements arrangementsRnd
and then studies to put his facts into intoas intoas
as few wor words s as possible When he hestarts liestarts
starts on his trips he figures as close closcly close3y
ly as he can to save time on the al alrangement nrrangeinent
rangement of the order in which hI hItakes ho hotakes
takes the fumllics Ito does not ring ringtho ringthe
the bells DlJr rap at the door That Thatwonld Thatwould
would be time wasted He must work workquiokly workquickly
quickly and therefore walks right in into into
to the house at the family he is to no notify notify
tify lie announces briefly the cir circumstBnces circumetauces
cumstBnces of the death and the de details dotails
tails of the funeral Then he leaves leavesIt leavesIt
It is not necessary for him to preface prefacehis Ireface Irefacehis
his remarks with an introduction of ofhimself ofhimself
himself Every Dutch resident in inMilwaukee inMilwaukee
Milwaukee knows him lie does no nohBve not nothave
have to say whether he is on official offiolalbusiness officialbusiness
business or just paying a visit Every Everybo Everybody
bo body y knows that when Adrian Dim Dimnent Dimnont
nent attired in his black buit uit of ofmourning ofmourning
mourning calls he brings bad news nelvsand newsand
and that somebody bas passed over overthe overthe
the meridian of liCe liCeAlthoul1 lifeAlthough
Although elfhtytwo lIr Dlmnont Dlmnontis
is a maD of remarkable activity Ills Ilistrips Illstripe
trips take him miles about the city citybut citybut
but he goes over his routes with a avigor avigor
vigor that surprises many of the thoyounger theyounger
younger men of his people Win Winter Winterund tel telDnd
und Bummer rain or shine he makes lUakeothe makesthe
the trips wheRever ho is called upon
Ii IiBis
fj
His jonrlieyslut oflrneys last from eCUYD1 IUIYrnOIIIUR IUIYrnOIIIURuntil lninR lninRuntil
until often very late aLDight Where Wheremeal Wheremeal
meal times overtake him he ilhies ilhiesThe dinegThe
The old man finds a meal awaiting
him whenever he chooses to cat But Duteven Butoven
even his meal hours arc often cur curtaUeil curtailed
tailed hen the time for his getting seLtinghis gettinghis
his notices about is short shortIrlnUIII shortA
A IrlnUIII 1rIntI 1rIntIIn Ixhlbillon IxhlbillonIn
In June next year it will be 1500 1500years O Oyears
years since the birth of J Jhanu hnnu Gut Gutenberg Gutonber
enberg onber who invented the odof print IJrinting printing
ing with movable type It is not a aa at ata
a matter of fact exactly known when whenho whenho
ho was born but for the sake of con convenience conevenienco
venience it is assumed that the inter interestins interesting
estins event occurred in June 1400 1400That 1400That
That time will ill do as well as Rn Rnother any anyother
other and must be pretty nearly cor corleot corroot
root says the Minneapolis Times TlmeThat TimesThat
That he was born in the German city oityof cityof
of lIayence 011 the Hhineis Rhine is not dis dispute disputed
pute puted and in that city the fifth rth canto oentenary cantonary
nary 01 his birth will be celebrated celebratollnext celebratednext
next year by an international printing printinsexhibition printingexhibition
exhibition Nothing coul could < 1 be moro morofitting morefitting
fitting The main features of the ex exhibition exhibition
hibition have already been agreed on onTbere onThere
There will be nn historical section sectiolcomprising sectioncomprising
comprising specimens of printed mat matter matter
ter from all nations for every year Tenrsince yearsince
since the time of Gutenberg together togetherwith togetherwith
with the presses and other machines maohinesI machinesmarking
marking the progress of the world in inthis inthis
I this most useful art There is to be bea bea
a machinery seution showing every everythin everything
thin thing in connection with tUe1nechaui tUe1nechauical
cal departments of the best printing printinestablishments printingestablishments
establishments in operation There Therowill Therewill
will also be n display of fine enRrav enRraving engravlug
lug and other products of the art artFinally artFinally
Finally it is the purpose of the pro promoters promoters
moters to found in Iayence a perma permaIlent permatent
tent Gutenberg museum It is ox oxpected oxpected
pected that many who visit the Paris lnrijExposition ParisExposition
Exposition will Fto to lIfnyence also alsolor alsofor
for the purpose of studying th the great greatobject greatobject
object lesson on the progress made in inthe Inthe
the printing trades tradesSail tradesSaflor
Sail Saflor on Scare Scarce In GermAn GermAnWith Geriinny GeriinnyWith
With the rapid growth of the Ger Germnn Cerman
man Navy and the German marine marineI marinethere
I there bas been an increasing scarcity scarcityI
of native craws especially iu n respect respeotof
I of train trained ell young sailors A few years yearsI yearsago
I ago Germany furnished n large pOl pOltion portion
tion Qf the crews of English vessels vesselsbut vesselsbut
but today the crews of German veil veilsels voseels
eels are partly composed of foreign loreignerSt foreigners
erSt ers This change is due chiefly to the thephenomonal thephenomenal
phenomenal rise of German industry iUllustrywhich industrywhich
which ha been accompanied by a aunifolm auniform
uniform rise in wages paid for skille skillelabor skilled skilledlabor
labor whIch has acted as an 10 incentive incentiveto
to draw raw away from R seafadn seafaring life lifen lifeIt
n is already foreseen that with the thodoubling thedoubling
doubling of the German Navy now nowcontemplated nowcontemplated
contemplated this difficulty wil wilt in increase increase
crease anti steps are being taken to tomeet tomeet
meet it At Bremen the North Ger German German
man Lloyd Company is organizing a acadet acadet
cadet school to train young men for fortho forthe
the companys serviceDerlin Cor Correspondonce Correspondence
respondonce New York Times TimesIrophelh Timeslropliellu
Irophelh Letter or B TrannAalflr TrannAalflrThe TranvalrThe
The following extract Irom from a awritten lit litwritten
written shortly before the war in tile tileTransvaal I ITransvaal
Transvaal from an official of lresi President I Ident
dent ICrugers government to a corresi corresipondent corres correspondeut
pondent here is viewed in the light lightof lightof
of recent events almost prophetic prophetleAs
As I predicted to you four years ago agowar agowar
war is upon us We are again com compelled cornpelted
pelted to fight for our firesides but butdo
10 < not despair esp 1ir for us Our strength strengthis
is very much underestimated Every Everyhome Everyhome
home is an arsenal every wan woo wooman wo woman
man and child can shoot null the therithteousness therighteousness
righteousness of our cause directs our ouraim ouraim
aim straight The first victories wilt wiltbe wiltbe
be with us and ud you need not 110 stir sltrprised stirprised
prised after these victories to see th thDntoh the theDutch
Dutch from all over South Africa ACricQflooking Africaflocking
flocking to our banners The English Euglishmay Englishmay
may of course be ultimately success sucoessfnl successful
fnl but I believe there is a future for fOlthe forthe
the men of my race in South Africa AfrionWasl1lngtonCorrespondenco AfricalVasbiugton
Wasl1lngtonCorrespondenco lVasbiugton Correspondence New NelvYork NewYork
York Tribune TribuneIeJlnumt Tribuneflegimetit
IeJlnumt FIB III th the 5nutary 5nutaryA nllcllI nllcllIA
A striking ceremony like tho those e of oftlj
11111 tlj days of the Crusa Crusaders ers was wit witnesscd witnessod
nesscd a at Canterbury England when wheun
n largo company of the East Ken KenRegime Kent KentBegimo
Regime known nlwn as the BulTs BulTsmarchell 3ufltmarched
marched to t the e Cathedral escorting escortingthe escortingtho
the regimental colors which were weroplaood wereplaced
placed ill ractuary ractuaryDean ctuary ctuaryDean
Dean Parrar accepted the custody cusLodyof
of the colors conducted the impres impressive Impressire
sire oeremonyand addressed words of ofsympnthy ofsympathy
sympathy and encouragement to the theso1c1iera thesoldiers
soldiers who were about to sail for forAfrica forAfrica
Africa AfricaBritish AfricaBritiih
British re roiments iments no lon longer er carry oarrytheir carrytheir
their precious colors in foreign wars warsbut warsbut
but deposit them in their home huwechurchesNew homecliurelicsNew
churchesNew York Journal JournalUnmnUIry JournalVnianltary
UnmnUIry Condition or Xekln XeklnThe ikInThe
The three chief characteristics of oflekin ofPokin
lekin the Chinese capital which whlohmost whichmost
most impress the newly arrived vi6i vi6itor vlsitar
tar are dust stench and dogs There Therehas Therehas
has been no rain sincA June and the thehit1eous thehideous
hideous tracks that are dignified by
the title of streets are ankle d deep ep In Inblack inblack
black dust much at wnich is pulver pulverIzed pulvorizod
Ized filth Along the macadamizell macadamizellshoets macadatnizedstreets
streets of which there are three are areopen areopen
open drains These serve as sewer sewerIlom sewersfrom
from which the sewage is dipped < allll allllthe andthe
the hlJhNay sprinkled When it itdries itdries
dries the pulverizing is resumed anti anl1in antiin
in addition to the original compound compouullthe
the residuum of the tnln tainted ed water is isbrenthell isbreathed
breathed into the lungsCorrospon lungsCorrosponenoe
deuce enoe New York Tribune TribuneOlt TribuneOieat
Olt IJrltltln In ROil Abyulnl AbyulnlThe AbyuliIaThe
The bestowal of Great Britain 01 01lho ofthe
the title of Lord Napier of fngdnlo Magdaloon fngdnloon
on General Naplel after the Ahyssln Ahysslnian Abyssinfan
ian expedition of 18078 1807Shns has given rise risoto riseto
to a vague Impression that Great Dri Dritain En Enlain
lain once conquered Abyssinia This Thisimpleoson ThisImpression
Impression however is erroneous orroneousGreat erroneousGreat
Great Britain merely took part in l the tbegenernl thegeneral
general revolt of all Abysllinia against againstthe againstthe
the Emperor Theodore defeated the tl1eremnant theremnant
remnant of his army and captured hi hicapital hicapital
capital of Jfagdala the Emperor hay baving haylug
lug committed uiclIo rather rathorthan tl1nl1 snr snrrender aurrender
render Tile British Abyssinlnn ex expedition cxpeditlon
pedition numbered only 10000 com combatants coinbatanta
batants
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WO ro1AI18 IANS WORLD WORLDGeGeEeeeeeeEe ORLB ORLBMIDWINTER
GeGeEeeeeeeEe EeeeeEE EeeeeEEMIDWINTER
MIDWINTER FURS FURSTho fURSThoy
Tho Thoy Are Gelleroully GanerouIyUcii UOlt Oil flat l10 l10Rnd Gown GownnhL
Rnd nhL CORt CORtIt CottIt
It is n season of offurs furs Not in years yearshnvo yearshave
have such quantities of beautiful soft softsablosand softsables
sablosand sables and feathery chinchilla trimmed trimmCllso
so generously hat gown and ooatto ooattosay coattosay
say nothing of the whole frocks Inv Invishly mvishly
ishly built of baby lamb wool that are nleregal areregal
regal frollln front a point of expenditure anti anllextromely antiextremely
extremely ohio in enoot The many maoynames manynames
names by which this baby lamb as aswo aswe
wo call it ill known proves rather rathcrconfusin ratherconfusing
confusin confusing and the nationality oC yom yomtail yourtailor
tail tailor 01 determines under which title titleyou titleyou
you order it In London lt is broad bronlltail broadtail
tail in Paris calacue and in Berlin Derlinbreitschwauz Berlinbroitscbwanz
breitschwauz Ono of the prettiest prettiestof
of these handsome fur gowns was wasworn wasworn
worn lit a fashionable ten the other af afternoon aftornoon
ternoon The skirt was perfectly lerfectlyplain perfectlyplain
plain and exquisitely hung while the thejaokot thojacket
jacket extended below the WRist line linein linein
in ono large scallop just in the centre centreof centreof
of the back and then rounded all alltoward ofttoward
toward the front where there was a adecidedly adecidedly
decidedly pointed dip Carved ivory
buttons that were not very large largeservod largeserved
served ns fasteners Sable rovers and nndRusRinn andRussian
Russian culTs and collar were the final finaltouch finaltouch
touch of smartness When the coat coatopenell coatopened
opened there was a glimpse of of a most mostbeautiCul moatbeautiful
beautiful white satin antique shirt shirtwaist shirtwaist
waist appealingly simple The hat hatwas hatwas
was also of Court sablefashionetI after afteran I Ian
an English walkin walking hatmay one be bebourgeoise bebourgeoiso
bourgeoise anti whisper that the hat hatnlone batalone
alone cost S150 With such hats in intheir intheir
their trouseau women Ie not not likely likelyto
to discard them as has beelllredict beelllredicted been predict predicted
ed because cheap imitations are arebountiful arebountiful
bountiful It anything vulgarity ulgarltyor ulgarltyorthe of ofthe
the imitations lather enhances the thevalue thevalue
value of the real Besides fur hats hatsare hatsare
are far too becoming and when or ordered ortiered
tiered from clover milliners prove the theIJrnnd thegrand
grand ohio of almost any costume costumeU costumetX1
U tX1 > to the present time therehns therehnsbeen there has hasbeen
been but little need of fill jackets jacketsHowever ackots ackotsHowever
However the last few days have de determined tictermined
termined that the woman 01 fashion fashionhas nshiol1has
has shown rather a preference for forsoal forseal
seal and in the jaunty short coats coatsthere coatsthere
there is nothing richer richeror or prettier or orCOUlSO Ofcourse
course the baby lamb jackets holll hollltheir holdtheir
their own In popularity
Mrs Jack Astors street baby
lamb coat is a very ery pretty rett model with withits withits
its inlet girdle of velvet elvet overlaid with withbraid withbraid
braid Tiny lin out steel round but buttons buttonsare Ions Ionsare
are seen in t ttio e front With this sIte Hhewore sItewore
wore a simple black cloth skirt and nnllthe andthe
the daintiest of pale blue tucked vel velvet velvet
vet hats trimmed with a black choux chouxnt chouxat
nt one side Earrings of turqllois turqlloissurrpuuded tnrquoisaurrpuiided
surrpuuded with brilliants gave an OI OItra oxtra
tra touch of color that was most be becoming becoming
coming comingAt comingAt
At Mrs Aneonlhelps Anson Phelps Stokess re reception recepUon
ception a few days ago one of the thoprcttiest theprettiest
prettiest and most distinguished cos cost1 costJnos
t1 tJnos es was a sabletail short jacket jacketfast jacketfastened
fast fastened ned with blue cameo buttons bllttonssurrotlnded buttonssurrounded
surrounded with cut steel anll worn wornwith wornwith
with a gray cloth skirt and a very ery
fiat velvet toque also of gray grayIn grayIn
In fancy inexpensive furs there is a alarge alargecollection
large largecollection collection to choose Cram The Thegrays rhegrays
grays though pretty arc rather passe passeCinnamon passeCinnamon
Cinnamon beAr is smart and makes a agood agood
good boa and muff White long longhalr longhalrboas hail hailboas
boas anti mnlT are quite the smart smarttouch smarttouch
touch nt the moment At n recent rocoutlunoheon recentluncheon
luncheon just such a set was worn W01I1with wornwith
with a pastelblue cO costume tume and the thetout thetout
tout ensemble was was good and unusual unusualIf
If one is going to order n muff It Itis itis
is best to stick to the round conven conventional convontional
tional shape as it will be found to be belUore bemore
more satisfactory in the lonl long run runSome runSome
Some of the fancy fur an and velvet velvetmulTli velvetmufFs
mufFs are smart but unless a woman womanhas womanhas
has mauy such things she will flll fiuati fiuatithem < l lthem
them tiresome There has1 has never evel been beena
a time when lathes weleAO were so pretty if ifwell ifwelt
well chosen but the selection cannot cannotbe cannotbe
be made too carefully 111111 in this thisday thisday
day of lavish display the woman who whoknowR whoknows
knows adheres to simp1icit simphicityNow simphicityNowYork New NewYork
York Times
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A perfect nose is one oC the rarest rarestthinHs rarestthings
things to be found in this world OC OCthe Ofthe
the different features of the face the thenose thenose
nose is undoubtedly the principal principalIt
It can mar or enhance the beauty of a aface aface
face no matter how imperfect 01 per perfect perfoot
foot the other features may bennll be anti al almost atmost
most always character can bo read leallfrom readfrom
from the nose Tile ROlllan nose tie 11enotes tienotes
notes boldness of charactolf character also olsorent alsoroat
rent business enterprise enterpriseNo
No one envies the possess possessor r of a ared ared
red nose This unRIr unsigitlineas > t1inesi4 is duo rluoto duoto
to many causes Tightlaoing wl1 wl1eventually vilLeventually
eventually cause n rell nose so will willsome willsome
some forms of in indigestion igestlon also et etposure oxposure
posure to heat When the redness is isdue isdue
due to indigestion the victim should shoulrtovercome shouldovercome
overcome the cause by bycareful careful dietin dietinFor dieting
For the cure of redness of the thenose thenose
nose caused by exposure to the sun sunor sunor
or hcata good retiring or cold cream creamapplied creamapplied
applied and allowed to remain 011 for lorn fora
n while will soothe irritation and re remove remove
move the tan tanWhen tanWhen
When the l r dness is determined determinedand eterminelland
and painful then th thd cause is moro moroserious moreserious
serious A form of cancer begins boginswith beginswith
with irritation and redness of the nose noseand noseand
and it is therefore wise to consult consultphysician a aphysician
physician when none of the simple simpleI simpleremedies
remedies avails availsBlack oails oailsBlack
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Black heads and enlarged pores on ontho onthe
the nose are themost general troubles troublesThe troublesThe
The former arc very stubborn an anbInd anti antihard
bInd to eradicate but a good peno penotrating penetrating
trating retiring cream put on to re remaiu remain
main overnight and washed off with withhot
J hot water and a chemically pure soap soapin
I ill the morning will be bund very veryheneflcinl verybeneficial
beneficial It s best though to con conBult conuit
Bult uit a reliable skin specialist To Tocontract Tocontract
contract enlarged pores of the nose nosebathe nosebathe
bathe organ ill very hot water and anllthen andthen
then splash it immediately with cold coldwater coldvater
water The shape of the nose is some something something
thing we cannot greatly alter In Inbnbyhooll Inbabyhood
babyhood when the cartilages of the theI
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nOBe nosoaro are soft softand and pliable the moLh mothr mothrby r I
by daily molding he nose as d dwants iFwants
wants It shapel1 shapetlcan oan assist nature natureWomOIl natureWoinois
WomOIl nltlit flhnht to lIIako Will WillMen Uh Uhleu
Men leu usually make willsas a matter matterof matterof
of course OftonUm9s a woman nee neeglects ne neglects
glects to make a will QSlUnch us much on ac account account
count of her ignorAnco of the required requiredform requiredform
form as through negligence Anti in instead instead
stead of inquiring Into thesnQjoot thesnQjootmany the subjact subjactrunny
many dismills it and vaguely believe beHeethat believethat
that at their death their aifl1irs will he hecondnoted beconducted
conducted quito as satt satisfactorily netorily a8 a8with aswith
with a written testament testamentW1lls testamentWills
Wills may bo made by any lerSOIl lerSOIlnot ersonnot
not dlsqualUlell by age or by mental mentalincapacity mentalincapacity
incapacity excepting in some Statet Statetmanietl Statetmarried
married women A female over twelve twelveyears twelveyears
years of age in New Mexico anti ovel ovelsixteen ovotsixteen
sixteen in New York lUlIY bequeath beqncathher bequeathher
her personal property But eighteen eighteenis
is the age fixed for doisin devising real ell estate estatein tate tatein
in California Colorado Connecticut ConnectioutDakota ConnecticutDakota
Dakota District Districtof of Columbia Illinois IllinoisMaryland IllinoisMaryland
Maryland Minnesota Montana Ne Neada Nevats
vats ada Utah and Washington while in inthe inthe
the other States tho testatrix must be betwentyone betwoutyono
twentyone years of age ageIaflietl ageMariied
Iaflietl women may devise their theirseparate theirseparate
separate estates in Alabama Arizona AlizonaArkl1nsns ArizonaA
Arkl1nsns A California Connecticut Da Dakota Dakota
kota District of Columbia Idaho IdahoI IdahoKentucky
I Kentucky Maine Missouri Nevada NevadnNorth NevadaNorth
North Carolina Tennessee Utah Vert Vertmont Vormont
mont Virginia Wisconsin and Wy WyomingIt Wyotning
omingIt otning It is necessary in the other othelState otherStates
State that thata n married woman have the thewritten thewritten
written consent of her husband be before beforedisposing Core Coredi
di disposing posing of her property by will willAn willAu
An unmarried womnl1s will ill is le legally Jogally
gally revoked by marriage but her herpropcrty herproperty
property may 110 arranged in such n nwannel amanner
manner M lo permit her to dispose of ofit ofit
it after marriage as lS she may desire desireWomans desireWomans
Womans HomeCoropnnion HomeCoropnnionTlte Home Companion CompanionThe
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It ill 1 in the new bats and small bon bonnets bonnets
nets that tho greatest departure will willimmediately willimmediately
immediately take place While the thocry thec1y
cry of the fashlonables i Lu for tile fur IUltoqne furtoqno
toqne with plumes of malines an anbruasQIs and andbrussla
bruasQIs not still the wellersec11tJlll wellersec11tJlllize wellversed real reallee
lee that that is no 1011scL louer n nciwstory nciwstoryfrom W BtolY BtolYfrom
from the highest standpoint thou though thoughit h hit
it may be from the popular fashlonl fashlonlblo fashionable
blo standpoint standpointA
A lal Parisian siau authorit authority oC undoubted undoubtotlposition undoubtedposition
position shows a mnline toquo in inwhich inwhich
which are twined small ermine tails in inblack inblack
black anti white the maUne being beingwhite beingwhite
white The tails run horizontally horizontallynrollntI horizontallyaround
around the hat and are placed at in intorrls intorrals
torrls between themalino the inaline but show showin showinc
in inc t the e fur dishnctly The hat is isunique isunique
unique autl peculiar The great ten tendency tendency
dency oC tile moment IR toward lower lowelcrOlVna lowercrowns
crowns flatter hats hatsaud a11l1 smaller diame diametms diamato
tms to ra
tmsHats raHats Hats will undoubtedly turn back brckword backward
word from the face many strings will willcome willcome
come into use and big neck bows of ofmaUnes ofmatinee
matinee net lace anti other inntorils inntorilsvill atoril1s atoril1swilllnickly
willlnickly vill tuickly come to tlto front The TheEmpire TheEmpire
Empire following while not strong shongis
is surely coming comingThe comingThe
The bats that best suit the con confpiocl confpiocloutlines l1 ll lloutlines
outlines of costume oC today are the thosmall thesmall
small aOairs either low or with tall tallclowusDry tallcrownsDry
clowusDry Goods Economist EconomistFa EconomistPzisliloiia
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Fa Pzisliloiia hlona Iadl Rn1 Fanele FaneleCrochetell FancloCrocheted
Crocheted button8llre buttons are revive < 11gain 11gainMistletoe again againMistletoe
Mistletoe ban is an a adornment o1nment nelly nellyadopted newlyadopted
adopted by the milliners millinerscoat millinersA
A coat back with basque effect and aullbolero andbolero
bolero front forms one of the new newbodices newbodices
bodices on au imported gown gownThe gownThe
The tops of sleees continue to be bemore bemore
more trimmed either with stitching stitohingcording stitchingcording
cording or some applied decoration decorationSome decorationSome
Some of the corduroy velveteen velveteenand elvoteeuantI
antI cloth gowns are trimmed with withbands withbands
bands of white kid edgedwHh edged with boa beaver beaverfur VOl VOlfur
fur
Graduated triu fringe e is one of the thenovelties thenovelties
novelties nUll it is tar more graceful grocehttthan gracefulthan
than tile straight variety It it is ounll ounllin onudin
in a1 lengths with a knotted bond beallSomething bondlug
lug
Something new ini in kirl lining 01 01Euglish ofEnglish
English make is called = merloline It Itil1 Itiii
il1 very ory fine sort and silky resembles resemblesInohc resemblesmoire
moire tlLlI and comes In a great variety 01 01COIOlS cicolors
colors COIOlSSnVel colorsSilver
Silver lox bOIls with two feet and anllthe andthe
the pointed Jointed head oC the animal at ore ornend oreanti
end and two Jeet anti the bushy tail tailattlte I Iat
at attlte tho other are llecl tiecimiedly c1ly the fashion lashlonfor fashionfor
for young ladies especially espeolallylIats especiallylIats
lIats with decidelland decided anti rather high highcrowns
crowns are becoming rathel popular popularbut popularbut I
but the latest advices from Paris as assure assure
sure us that it is the hat with the thebroad
broad low crown which Is the tier 110Vcl tiercity I
cl city cityA I IA
A very beautiful example of the theoverpopular I Ieverpopular
everpopular black and white contrast contrastis I
is an elegant costul costuno e of blacloloth black cloth clothcombined I Ioombinell
combined with black anti white fig 11gureti I
uret ureti velvet black silk pnsAementelie pnsAementelieanrl
anti black und white button buttonsThe i iThe
The smart form of this fashionable fnshlonahlelllOe fashionablelace
lllOe sleeve is a mitten finish over the thebnok theback
back of the hand kept ill place by n nvery avery
very narrow baUllaround band arouuti the thumb thumbor I
or one of the fingers Several small slnallbuttons smallbuttons
buttons fasten this sleeve at the thewrist thewrist
wrist wristA I IA
A beaver brown cloth coat stitched stitchedwith I Iwith
with white silk anti completed with a acollar acollar
collar and revers at grebe is one onool onoolthe 01 01the
the seasons developments in the de tiepartinent i ipaltlnent
paltlnent of outdoor garments which whlohhas whichhas
has surpassed all previous records in inthe inthe
the l production > roduction of varied styles stylesA
A useful petticoat just received lecelTcdfrom receivedfrom
from Paris is built builtof of lavender llanpel llanpelclosely flanielclosely
closely fitting the hips and reachln reachlnto reaching reachingto
to the knees where it Is extended to tothe tothe
the propel length with a deep silk silkflounce
flounce covered with 1 a number of ofsmall ofsmall
small mOles edged in turn with lace 1001This laceThis
This novelty combines Warmth and andstyle antistyle
style styleSome styleSome
Some of the skirts ma made < le With the theboxplaltetl thebozplaited
boxplaltetl backs and plain fronts are areeffoctive aroeffective
effective notwithstanding the killing k11llngcommont killingcomment
comment with which they were werelaunched werelaunched
launched that they are particularly particularlybecoming particularlybecoming
becoming to bad figures That Thatwas Thatwas
was in comparison with the sheath sheathskirt sheathskirt
skirt Perhaps they are but it would wouldnot wouldnot
not be safe for a very bad figure to torety torely
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