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Of t The only tailored thin, :a1,it , new tailored suits f.r s,,rii n i h,.i:" pressing. 'lut andIt in. :sr,. :i f.ti" removed frontm thi ],,,tPi tl , I, t of the word "tailored" ',,h i I, 1 ,:i : ,ý t a certain maseuIlim. ilii- d plicity, as are th,. e.r,n,,, i- I tl ], orient from tlh 1 ,I , . t i i modern man. $lverything is I. s1\.. t: wound around th, fi::ur' : :~, ', !:, '. . this effect is not ( iw-. ,. l ,< .,, ri :,l drapery of the nlnttri.,l it i- i t, by the cut of lih t,;llll.lh l . ',,n i - ample, few of th, nit(" ,,:it- ll\ , r : ulation side scams, t hi " " i-; der the arm to the hip. sno " the back of the g1( ,tii ii I:is I form s a curs-,hil e 'r ,. it il l it,,ii :r- i: a very smart suit nIf 1111 .,1 1i,,,h ,r and worsted .yarns , ir.,11 ll : Sometimes the fro n isif I - it nrol carried around t~i 1:1i, ,,,,.r th1 - ,- ,.I; panel, as in an e( !: ll"ii s ll;rt s' it nf wine colored ints,],,, . t" ' t Soeurs. And, Iy t.he, \-til, lnir io . is tile partic liir f ;il' ,, ' ii i the lmomene t. This i ii:t,- i., i: \ l of silk anld torstd thr, . ai h Iii been revived il.ts ib: , ,.r., draping qualitil s -- i- ,l, ,I \. l t 1 great distinctie ont f , , lighter than \worst,,id It hI. effect than the glist, i-it ,]l: , , of which fashion haI t, ,ril. I..,, downe com) s in IIil i. .n a i-I Ii. beautiful new 1 e astll rn .l,,rit r and glowing tIIhoughi slld,,li.,i h ,i,. that are tihe rage this sn-si , I, , S, " with all other :eastlerln efilf its. Tailoring the New "Bow-Figure." This neo- siring I t l,,- - -. , essentialtly feiim1ii1i.. I ! sw a th es th e ll t nrL: l i 'f ll'+ ill tI - Stops BacKache Sloan's Litni, it is a splht-nlid remedy for backache, stiff joints, rheumati!,m, nt t loa and sciatica. You don't need to rub it in-just laid on li0i;,tly it gives cumfort and case at once. Best for Pain and Stiffness MIR. GEO. ]lrrHANAN. ,t \\'t h it, ,kla., writes:-'I have used your Lin. iment for the past t, n ) eat f,, pain in luck and stiffness and tind it the best Liniment I ever tie:d. I r1Cum _.end it to anyneC for pains of any kind." SLOAN'S LINIMENT is good for sprains, stralin, b)ruises, cramp or soreness of the muscles, and all iltkctioins of the throat and chest. Got Entire Relief l. 1). is N; :, of Mlaysville. Ky., RR. 1, Itox S . xtt t, . : .... " I hi d se v ere p ain s b etw e n mn y .sh u l *r t .. : I ,1! t a b ,ttlhe of y , r l.inim ent and had entire reliif at the litth app lication." Relieved Severe Pain in Shoulders 'i. J. 's Ntirwitn, of 2000 IWarren Ave., Clhi, ae. I11.. writes:-" I amn a piano Iblisher S ly icicupation, and since last September have sutihreld witth severe pain in both shoulders. 1 (muld not rest night or day. One of my frijends told me about your Liniment. Three applications completely cured nmc and I will never be without it." Price 25c., 50c., and $1.00 at All Dealers. Send for Sloan's free bookon horses. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, a. Boston, Mass. hie t~tu t i h h short' ii "rally Irt h int :Inli oI re is ii failure. ''nt1.. is Ith I in t I f ii1 e 11ti yii . The htrn i-! iii ' t n rlitr i is linas l tint tl, ut I'igu histh trled i f then intir :i., nt ·~·i~, .1. ht i t1 Sflbhe tmu ilt I i-i1;1 ill Id iit tI n ure init ; l :111 all brw Vu h su t-ni I. s t :lint Hutt inii t it ''11 :ts the lines ul' the nti tilt ro it' I 1 it I is itilr I iIi it i i sift Thick Neck Another New Whims :It I itsii lii els i-i--it iI-iiii ti-i it tit`t1t~t it a t t illl u: 1ito it Ih i-iit'-i it i iii· ~ iili-itii-- ritl lli~- nut ·12 Ii ii IIt tli " tray I hey stated, fIii tsIl' iais i 'a tine has It;I11 rilt,] the trick jl lul tlli !It ut:, the ~ iin"e tit Iutoini Ii , trill Ire ft ill)' 1 till I'(,Iy t h t 1Ih II:1 1\ t u it' tth \ett thtt li- f r ali if.. ii si iti til-n tl sti l t b ilt laf i n lisii it1 it e --ftrit ii hlu- hn- t' -t e lf-it. ii' - '1'h, int h ' l'' I i--,ut th i-I-ti ; in it` The ,resslivl ' sof mne of the rather freak ish loffictts In,,iw bing put out by the tittlurlirs ulnder the name of "tail ored spring suits." As may be seen, this liernt'rd suit, though undoubtedly ver'y tchitt ant uti-to-Ihe-minute in style, is in t lltlinli but suggestive of tailored \\atr in the ordinary accept i,- of 1I11 tI'u. The finely lsido Sa,.tlt . h "irt is e 'itfinted uider ti .l i h hI I t "I 11h1n f l 'n ' material whitch .k te. ill"Ie pl,:[ts from flying out atl th* II, ,, ( 'el, 'l' l ll :1l. llltu r ove r, b ,inll s1it.lh11, d ill :A *. \aY B l y and l'ti ry I'Il lll Ir'isse. d. I'TI t, i' al hi' ls hno shhi d .eli llS, h lla and front secI ll t t' 'li t ]sI p pingL ll ulel r i uluttfull'd flin ove1 r silde panols of ple" ingui1 , stitche'd to \\'itlhil Ill illt tli of the u. ter t iet1 w ' l' Iit plats fall fr .o. The, sleeves are ' I P he;in' 'd nl 'littir ,irt of't' tho It, , t%: 11 .il, i ' ' ' tl ' o l ,r e d siit I i l ,tlat lh d juHt h,,\0 l ,e 'lloi'. Th 's,"e it l l e . 1]I.\ ,,ls l 'e pi art t ,I: it' it d p .I.' I .lit, .\ ,,1 Ih ,+ fl" I' t IIl 11 :[ il 11: '"1 r+l l l, l'-+ t' the t', Ii " its d l ht ,s .ly t iti' It is I it I ii ' ri t I · ill ll l iS l, ' l i . ,'I'll , · ,:, ! 1 I l s :Ir e lll ls it is h, .\ ith, ii-.I l 111 ;... le :1 . lse, illt,.- ]ith lltIr ,t ! 111h, t',i, witht the iil I:r , dI.,r 1, ,1n ' bhl ' , .. 'litt, I i itnil t th., I';1 h,' ,It lh,, "t b, 1 , , hI i l e I flt neek. 'h.e -+kirl, ith nluh llttnt ts lith, lpr, tili ti; li t, '' tt'ltiinids, :l ti f t l phiullse of othe [beat lmbterant ioll+d \" IlkilnK ho'L t. 'i ii 11'i. t \ tirn t' itlh this pilsl i hitnd' ] l lIir it IIsit i t ie s 1l'sI'I trihiclt effect ot i t aith ' elt.r propelhler at 111 . I\ l eth, r 1l i' l1 ,hl '.ll t:;illfir hias a n unmi l t, I'lhle lounce tell Ilto skirt SI ihl.,\c, .i hem of citel depth, so 'h' lln .es ,I', tr) nm tch the faid, it ,.e,!ll;, though :s 0,"I they FiaVt, h )b 11 4,] oltlosli on the thin fr'cks o" t, 11 hri iaic y lul lint;,- it, falbries interiled for s.,luthlialnd \vtqar. That the flounce is ill\intdin the rtiint of tailloed we'ti is li','ed liv this Francis sait of prine colr, t'hhich is neltctompaniied by Ii l l 1 u hemp h:tt trimllll ,d with n ulilh red IlvoW . oflultilent in prllne ant lihw shades. The side swims of th, <.,,t :Ire hidden unldor rbhided i li, w \.h h I ' , t i "ll , t le'tvat ;an llt>ly nls bi, M ri shl,,l'is arch p" i tt irn; :Ill rh.e 'o:it hai.s t ca a hlr of pal l lille lll. silk t rill -itld ,lt ]d in lrlnlll c tl r ilmi olpenl'l over at i it.t of crotwin h tll and :til, :l. haits of patent lt~lher wi h buttoned tops of prune cloth nccO llatny the costulle. Coats in Many Lengths. That n1ot :ill the t .,t rl''.'s are of a single minld in r,.pect to ciat hengths is iroved by skiing tiil-red w.ar from Pari.s. At o1e tll of tilt, list It Patliin, insi lin Moon thllh e-quarter coats, hFlted at the waistline; and at tilt, other I'tllot Soeurs detetrminedly putting out cueUCttish little affair: falling shret of the hip by several inches. l twvixt and between are coats of ievery length; and It will be noted htIt illn two models pictured on today's page show\ coats of exactly the same le:it ngth I. Shortest, perhaps is the attractive liltt, coat of the black and white stried siilt- an American tal lur's inslpiration, and a model that has a lretlay tachi\ l el ptopularity with those p,rtoviding outfits for the south. This suit is not aittte of striped lmaterial, but the striped ettfect is produced with lines of hletvy white stitching andt the result, in combination with pip ings of white silk and rows of white Blood Bath Knocks Rheumatism Remarkable Effects of a Rem edy That Actually Irri gates the Entire Blood Supply. It sounds queer to take a blood bath uint thait is Inrecieily the effect of a most remaricllkalo orete'ly known as S. S. S. It lhas the ectlli:lr action of soaking throlgh the inttestines directly into the blood. IiI live Illintltes its influence is at work iin every artery, vein and tiny capil tlary. E.very ntelllbrano, every organ of the body, every u(llnCtory becomes In ftfect : litter to strain the blood of Im lurities. 'The stimulating properties of i. S. S. c,.onlu 1l the skin, liver, bowels, khtlners, It:I'tler to all work to the one cutd Iof casnting IItI every Irritating, every pa:lin inllll til tng l of poison; it dislodges lIy irrig;ationl all accumulations in the joirtt:, dissolves acid accretions, renders thea lielltrTl tLand scatters those peculiar forll:tiit s in ith nerve centers that cause such imtyslifyLng and often baffling rheutult it' pains. And best of :ll, this remarkable rem edly is wetletie to the weakest stomach, heeause it is :L puro vegetable lnfusion, is lltakeni naturally into your blood just as purte air i: ilha:lled naturally into your lungs. The great Swift Laboratory has spent millions of dollars in perfecting, produc intt ahl placing inl the hands of the pub lic this won.tlerftul remedy. So give your blood a glood ath with S. S. S., for It knocks the worst forms of rheumatism cvery time. You canl get it at any drug store at s$l.it a Iottle. It is a standard remedy, recognized everywhere as the greatest blood specilie ever discovered. If yours is a peculiar case and you desire expert advice, write to The Swift Specific Co., 1.7 Swift BJild., Atlanta, 5Ga S1.X -5. 4 f 2 ý ý '.ýI tJsed irn Srtrpe tCrect IMide1 k.a5 Itany } a~ak fiwee pearl buttons is very chic indeed. The white Milan straw hat having feathers in a pinkish yellow tone. Walking boots with the new long vamp, low heel and low buttoned top accompany the suit; ind these bouts are built of tan leather-the new sort that one may wipe perfectly clean and spot less with a dampened sponge, and which does not become stained and unsightly when wet as ordinary tan calf does. Fabric Combinations. Again this spring are silk materials used with worsted stuffs, and all sorts of materials draped together in a wonderfully pleasing harmony when one considers the varieties of colors and weaves thus mixed up. Some times a shaped tunic over a skirt of contrasting material suggests the fashionable draped effect, though no actual drapery is introduced. This is the case in a braided tailleur which shows a coat ahd shaped tunic of ol ive brown cloth over a skirt of lans downe. The skirt. is extremely soft and clinigs about the feet, just show ing the buttoned boot beneath; and the tunic is closely cut to the lines of the soft lansdowne skirt and is heavily weighted to keep it in place. The cutaway coat is braided in a chev ron design which obliterates the side seams and above oddly shaped revers of velvet is a squarely cut collar of St. Gall embroidery in the new lacy effect. Many tailored coats have col lars or jabots of this new lacy em broidery which is just now more dis tinctive than lace itself. Slot seams are used as a decdorative motif on the suit of light brownish gray ratinhe weave which is the most conventionally "tailormade" type pic tured today. The skirt of this suit has a slot seam down the center front and ~9o lseams outline a pannier mo tif over the hips. The side seams of the coat are hidden under square trab liers which overlap and are trimmed with buttons and loops. The vest at the front of this coat is particularly interesting as a new spring feature and the the oddly shaped revers will also attract attention from those who watch for new style ideas. A straw hot with two white quills shooting backward matches the suit, and the boots are buttoned walking hoots with dull calf tops on vlamps of patent leather. Russian Blouse a Favored Model. Every so often the Russian blouse, which is really the most graceful coat model womankind can put on, makes its appearance at the forefront of fashion-disappearing usually rather speedily, for Russian blouses are so easy to make up smartly at home, be cause of the belt which covers such a multitude of defects in the way of fit, that this style soon becomes too popular and is abandoned by the woman who dresses in exclusive style. Just now the Russian blouse is in one of its periodic ascensions and no coat style Is smarter at the moment. These blouses are rather short and are un gathered at the waistline, the 'belt merely encircling the low waistline over the perfectly fitting, but rather loose blouse, or tunic. The blouse may fasten down one side of the front, or exactly at the center front, the latter mode being the smarter. A Russian blouse of brick red cloth was one of the most interesting costumes worn in the "Whip" the big English melodrama from the old Drury Lane theater of London, now playing in New York. Beautiful clothes abound in this production and the wicked, though very pretty, lady-villianess wears some of the most Parisian of the lot. The aforementioned red Rus sian blouse suit was her costume in the last scene when her wicked machi nations were triumphed over very properly by virtue expressed in the person of the beautiful heroine and injured but inpocent hero. This flame red Russian blouse suit had touches of black velvet at the lower edge of the tunic, at the cuff and around the neck In the shape of a narrow, chic collarette; and there was an im. mensely chic toque of draped black velvet to match the suit. The lines were the perfection of the tailoring art and neat little buttoned boots of patent leather gave the finishing touch to the costume. JAP PRINCE TO THE PEN. Ins Angeles, Jan. 25.--Asura Fuji yama, said to he a Japanese prince by virtue of descent from the Samurai, was sentenced to serve three years ill the Sn Quentin penitentiary today by Judge Frank IT. Finleyson of the superior court. Fujiyanmal wa con victed of having em,bczzeled $S6 from Japanese at Long Beach. BUTT MEMORIAL APPROVED. Washington, Jan. 25.-Design for the memorial to Major Archibald Butt, personal side to President Taft, and Francis D. Millet, the artist, two Vashingtonians lost with the Titanic, "Kit" writes: "I am far bblow normal weight. 1 suffer with headaches and am nervous, to the point of exthaustion. If you can tell me something to help me I shall be very grateful." Answer: I can prescribe nothing so i'ffeclive as a lloroulgh course of Ihree grain ipo-nutlane tablets. These tablets will aid in extracting the nutrition from the food, which will increase the red blood supply, overcome nervousness, and you will become plump and healthy. This treatment shaould be continued for sev erhl months, as it takes time to change the tissues and c(ells of the body. "Sarah" says: "Can anything be done for one who is bothered with rheuma tism. If so, please reply." Answer: You can be entirely cured of your rheumastiln if you take the follow ing: Mix by shaking well and take a teaspoonful at meal times and at bed time and you will soon be cured. Comp. essence cardiol, 1 oz.; comp. fluid balm wort, 1 oz.; syrup sarsaparilla comp., fi ozs.; wine of culclicum, one-half oz.; sodium salicylate, 4 drains; iodide of potassium, 2 drams. "Ray" writes: "Can a sufferer from bronchial trouble be relieved? l)otors do not seem to help me, what would you suggest?" Answer: To cure chronic cold, sore throat and bronchitis, I would advise the use of concentrated essence mentho-lax ene. Purchase this at any drug store in 2 1-2 oz. packages and mix according to ,.irections given on bottle and you will very shortly be cured of all bronchial. trouble. This will not only relieve, but will cure, and i. very pleasant to take. 'Hulda" says: "I can not eat without great distress after eating. I am sleep less and restless, nervous and Irritable. Can you tell me anything that would cure nie." Answer: Your trouble is all due to your stomach, which causes the nervous, .restless feeling. Take tablets trlopeptine and you will soon be cured of all this trouble. These are packed in sealed car tons and are pink, white and blue tab lets to he taken after meals. Take the Dink tablet after breakfast, white after dinner, and blue are suoner. If this is continued tWe curative agencies will soon restore natural digestion. "Miss M." writes: "I suffer greatly w .n my nerves, am almost on the point of nervous prostration. I can not sleep and sain hysterical at times. Can you help me?" Answer: Many women, old and young, was approved today by the president. The memorial, a fountain, with a shaft rising from its center, will be on public grounds near the White House. On one side of the shaft will be a figure in bus relief representing art and on the opposite side a figure representing an armed knight. Daniel french, a New York architect, de signed the memorial. SENTENCE COMMUTED. VWashington, Jan. 25.-A large fam ily, including several children in need of support, made President Taft today colnnlute to expire at once the sent ence of Mariano 'F. Sena, convicted at Santa 1', N. M.. May 5, 1912, of forg ing and uttering false certificates in connection iwith census enumerators' vouchers. Se.n's original sentence of four years and foul' days was previous ly Coiitirnad by the president to one year and one day. It is now termin ated cintirel:y. Seona is said not to have profited by his act. he v OCTOR' DVICE 'The questions answered below are gen eral in character, the symptoms or dis eases are given and the answers will apply to anl' case of similar nature. Those wishing further advice free, may atldress I)r. Lewis Baker, College Bldg., tCoege-Ellwood Ste., Dayton, O., enclos ing self-adiiressed stamped envelope for reply. Full name and address must be given, but only Inititls or fictitious name will be used in my answers. The pres criptions can be filled at any well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wlholesaler. who halve suffered as you do, have been clred by using thie following tonic restor ative treatmenltlt: ctlit from your druggist 1 oz. ticture (adlolnCe (not cardamon) :indi ,0 S. syrup of hypophospites comp., miix inld take a Iteaspoonful before each ltuel. Always shtlakel well before taking. mllss T. H. asks: "1)o you think a weighit if 1I0 piounlls is too much for a girl of medInullt height, and what can I :safely t:ke to reduce abouit 30 pounds?" A.Isw\er: Your weight is excessive, and if it increases it may cause much suf firlllg anllt emblllarrassment, I advise the regular rise of 5-grain arholene tablets, which are sill by most pharmacies in scaled tutles with full directions for self administratll ion. "Carpenter" writes: "My liver and kid neys are in a had condition. I have dizzy spells anlt dark spots before my eyes. Also have twinges of rheumatism. Can I be helped?" Answer: To cure kidney and liver trouble use three-grain sulpherb tablets (not sulphur). These are packed in sealed tubes with full directions for tak ing. They act pleasantly and tone up the bowels and liver and purify the blood. They are convenient, effective and high ly curative. "Phoebe": The following will cure your children of bedwetting: Get 2 drams of tincture rhus-aromatic; 1 dram I tincture cubebs and 1 oz. comp. fluid bhalmwort. Mix, and give the child from 10 to 15 drops ilt water about one hour before each meal. "Maud" writes: "I have suffered a great deal with catarrh. It gives me headaches, affects my eyes and my breath is awful. Can you prescribe something to cure It. Only my nostrils and throat are affected." Answer: I have prescribed antiseptic vilane powdtr aind grateful letters from hundreds indicate that it is speedily cur ative, but must be used occasionally to prevent a recurrence. Get a two-ounce original package of vllane powder; use a half tablespoonful to a pint of warm wa ter. -From the palm of the hand snuff the water through the nostrils until thor oughly cleansed two or three times daily. Mix a level teaspoonful of vilale powder with an ounce of lard or vase line and apply well up into the nostrils twice .daily and your catarrh should soon be cured. "Onda' writes: "I am troubled with itching scalp, dandruff and my hair is falling out. It is harsh and brittle. Answer: Plain Yellow Minyol is the best remedy for itching scalp, falling hair and dandruff that I know of. It cah be bought in 4 os. jars and if used ads cording to directions will cure all dis eases of the hair and scalp. If th3 hair is harsh and brittle and you are both ered with those straggling locks the use of minyol will restore that soft, fluffy appearance and bring back the lntent natural color.