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I THE WASSIHCHCOJf HERALD MONDAY MOND Y JUNE 27 1910 7
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SemiAnnual StockT StockTakhig aking Sale SaleIn
In n order to reduce ou our stock before making our inventory which is customary customaryat
at this period wj vV are ar areoffering offering off ring many attractive bargains bargainsSome bargai bargainsSome s sSOlne
Some of them are as follows follovsi
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5 5000 000 ± oneets Sheets Music MusicJ Music5c k 5c Copy
J Including hits from the latest musical productions classic songs songs rags popular piano solos and classic c1as ic piano W piano po solos solosYOUR 5910sY solosYOUR
Y YOUR UR PICK 5c COPY 1 w7 w7We Ir IrM j jMartin
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We Ve are offering ofte ng the following Martin Guitars at Special Prices PricesStandard PricesStand PricesStandard
Stand Standard dSize Size 2000 Martin l1artinSpecial Special SpecialAn 1600 1600An
An excellent instrument fr ladies use
I Grand Gr nd Concert 2500 250Q1tfartinfor Martin for forConcert 2000 2000Concert
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JI Concert Size 8500 Martin lIartinfor for jl8UU
whatever It may be should be bordered borderewith bord borderedwith red I
with a three to five Inch bIas band of ofplain otplain ofplain
plain material materialsilkollne sllkollne linen or some something something EOfflOthing ¬
thing of the sort When there Is a a flow flowered tlowerod Iowerod ¬
erod paper on the wall this combination combinationIs
Is especially good as the plain band bandmakes bandmakes bandmakes
makes a break In the mass of trellis trellisi trelllswork trelliswork
i work and flowers flowersTo llowcr8To flowtrTo
To make a cover for a dressing table tabletiro tablet1m tabletIm
tIm wooden top must first be carefully carefullymeasured caretullymeasured carefullymeasured
measured and even if the cover must be bea bea bea
a shaped piece two Inches at least should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be allowed on on all sides for shrinking shrinkingi
i Cretonne and chintz wash easily but butthey butth butthey
they th y are bound to shrink with even een the themost themost themost
most careful handling A straight band bandof bandot bandof
of the sllkollne can be used In the border borderif
if the top of the bureau ts perfectly perfectlystraight perfectlystraIght perfectlystraight
straight but if curved a bias piece will willbe wlllbe willbe
be easier to work with If the dressing dressingtable dressingtable dressingtable
table is at all a valuable piece of furni furniture furniture furniture ¬
ture It Is worth while having a glass glasstop glasstop glasstop
top fitted for It to go on over the chintz chintzor
or lace cover Glass tops are behig used usedmore usedmore usedmore
more and more for this purpose and since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the days of the marble tops nothing so sonico sonlco sonice
nice has been found For both neatness neatnessand neatnessand neatnessan
and an cleanliness the glass top is strongly stronglyto
to be advised Long cotton tassels at the thefour thetour thefour
four corners of the table make a pretty prettyflnfsh prettyflntsh prettyflnrsh
flnfsh and the cushions on the divan and andeven andeven andeven
even the bed spread and roll cover may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have a like adornment adornmentSo
So much In vogue is chintz this year yearfor yearfor yearfor
for all articles in the boudoir that It may mayeven mayeven mayeven
even be used on the backs of the toilet toiletarticles tonetarticles toiletarticles
articles upon the dressing table Already Alreadyall AlreadyaU Alreadyall
all desk furnishings are made In chintz ihintzthe chintzthe hlntz hlntzthe
the scrap basket being of course cov covered coyered ¬ I
ered to correspond with the rest of the theroom theroom therooms
room rooms while the picture frames both boththose boththose boththose
those on the wall all and those thos with their theirown theIrown theirown
own stands as well as the books on the thetable thetable thetables
table all have their summer covering coveringof
of pretty cheerful chintz chintzWith chintzWith
With this material to bo had at any anyshop anyshop anyshop
shop and In patterns and shades that are arecharming nrecharmIng arecharming
charming In even the least expensive expensivequalities expensiveQuaUtles expensivequalitIes
qualities all that is necessary for a girl girlto gIrlto girlto
to turn her tiny room Into a charming charmingnest charmingnest charmingnest
nest for herself and her pet belongings I
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Concert C QnCert Size Seize 4500 Martin for forConcert 3600 3600Concert IIII
Concert Size 7500 7 75 OO Martin for J 6000 60 00
Everyone Every one who knows anything < about b ut Guitars knows that the Martin is the best Guitar in in the worMand vor1ir wi1rbe vil1 be bought boughtt I
t quickly when offered at such low prices prIces Come early earlyTo earlyTo earlyTo
To prospective Mandolin purchasers we are sole agents in this city for the VEGA MANDOLINS and will offer during duringthis duringthis duringthis
I this sale any VEGA at 20 off prices which range from 1500 to 7500 7500R 7500Reductions i ianios
R Reductions u tions i in Fairbanks Banjos anios k
Fairbanks Special No1 No 1 1500 Reduced 1eQuceQ to to toPairbanics 1200 1200Fairbanks
I IIIII Fairbanks Special No No2 2 2000 Reduced R duced to toFairbanks 1600 1600Fairbanks
Fairbanks Senator 3000 Reduced to 2400
Fairbanks Regent Legent 3500 R Reduced duced to toFairbanks 2800
Fairbanks Whythe Thythe Ladies No No2 2 4500 Reduced to 3400 3400Fairbanks 3400Fairbanks 3400Fairbanks I
Fairbanks Whythe Why the Ladies No No7 7 8500 Reduced R du < ed to to6800 6800
And Many Other Bargains BargainsC BargainsI BargainsIn
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This means the Pianola built inside of Upright and Grand Pianos including the Steinway SteinwayPianolaPiano Pianola Pianos J Weber Pianola PianolaPianos PianolaPianos PianolaPianos
Pianos Steck Wh Whelock Vh elock and Stuyvesant from 550 upward Some slightly used at less lessDont lessDont lessDont
Dont be deceived into buying any kind of a Piano Player and think you have a PIANOLA PIANO There is a VAST VASTDIFFERENCE VASTDIFFERENCE VASTDIFFERENCE
DIFFERENCE It will pay you to call and investigate before buying elsewhere elsewhereWe elsewhereVi elsewhereWe
We Vi e will take your old piano in exchange and allow you a liberal price for same If you arc not ready to buy now nowwe nowwe nowwe
we will take your old instrument and give you a due bill to apply on the purchase of a new piano any time during the next six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months
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dow was ns the notice prominently die displayed dI5played dieplayed ¬
played at an outfitters shop Attracted Attractedby Attractedby Attractedby
by it a supercilious person entered the theshop theshop theshop
shop and asked to bo allowed to Inspect Inspecta
a particularly vivid tie In the front row rowTho rowTho rowThe
Tho salesman having disarranged the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window and brought out the desired ob object object object ¬
ject the supercilious person remarked remarkedBather remarkedRather remarkedRather
Rather loud Isnt It ItWell itWell ItT ItTWell
Well somewhat striking agreed the theshopman theshopman theshopinan
shopman shopmanI
I thought so replied the visitor as ashe ashe ashe
he turned to leave the shop Ufl It offends offendsmy otten offendsmy s smy
my taste You neednt put It back backGood backGood backGood
Good day dayA dayA dayA
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A fmall onion eaton Just before retir retiring reUrJng retiring ¬
ing frill m often Induce sleep The taste tastemay tastemay tastemay
may be removed by chewing a bit of ofparsljy otPI1TslJY ofparsiy
parsljy or celery
Chintz Hangings for the Boudoir BoudoirIVora BoudoirFrom BoudoirFrom
From the New York Tribune TribuneThis TribuaeThIs ThbnueThis
This Is to be distinctly a chintz sum summer summar um ummer ¬
mer Not only onl are gowns trimmed with withchintz withchintz withchintz
chintz parasols made of chintz and andeven andoven andoven
oven hats adorned with groat chintz chintzbows chIntzbows chintzbows
bows but for the boudoir chintz is un unquestionably unque Unqueatlonably ¬
questionably que tlonably the favorite fa vorItfl hanging Wallpapers 1allpepers Wall Wailpapere
papers with chintz colored effects have haveto haoto haveto
to a certain extent given way to plainer plainertwo platnortwo plainertwo
two toned effects in stripes and moire moirebut moirebut moirebut
but there Is always the relieving border borderand borderand borderand
and tho curtains and furniture coverings coveringsto
to correspond carried out in gay flowered floweredchintz fioweredchIntz floweredchintz
chintz chintzWith chIntzWith chintzWith
With a plain wall paper and a plain plaincolored plaincolored plaincolored
colored carpet or rug all effect err t must de depend depend dopend ¬
pend upon the trlmxnlngs of tho room roomand roomand roomand
and these trimmings are now carried out outall outall outall
all la chintz or cretonnes of one pattern patternCurtains patternCurtal1S patternCurtaiis
Curtains furniture coverings bed spread spreadtable spreadtable spreadtable
table cover lounge cover and Its cush cushions cushions cushIons ¬ I
ions cover for the dressing table and andeven andeven andoven
even the scrap basket work box stock stocking stocking stocklog ¬
ing bag and the hundred and one small smallboxes smallboxes smallboxes
boxes for ties ribbons c in which whichevery whichevery whichevery
every properly orderly girl delights all allmust allmust allmust
must be of the same bright cheerful cheerfulflowered cheerfulfiowered cheerfulflowered
flowered chintz chintzAny chintzAny chintzAny
Any girl can work out her own chintz chintzroom chintzroom chintzIcoin
room with comparatively email em all cost For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the bed cover the curtains and the cov covering covering ccvering ¬
ering for the upholstered upholst red chairs the ac actual actual actual ¬
tual material need be the only expense expenseand expenseand expenseand
and from the leftover pieces most of the thesmall thesma1l thesmall
small boxes can be fashioned Fortunate Fortunately
ly chintzes can now be had at any price pricefrom prtcafrom pricefrom
from 10 cents cont up to 3 4 and perhaps perhapsmore perhapsmore perhapsmore
more a a yard so that while the costly costlyFrench costlyFrench costlyFrench
French and English chintzes are very verybeautiful verybeautiful verybeautiful
beautiful In texture and coloring tho thocheapest thocheapest thecheapest
cheapest materials are to be found ex extremely extremely oxtremely ¬
tremely pretty In design so that the pos possibilities p05slblUUes poesiblilties ¬
sibilities of every purse can bo satisfied satisfiedTo satlsfle satlsfleTo satisfiedTo
To bring out the coloring and the de design design dosign ¬
sign of a pretty piece of chintz more morenoticeably morenoticeably morenoticeably
noticeably the curtain table cover or
IF 1 the expenditure of a little time and andpatience andpatience andpatience
patience with also a fair stock of good goodtaste goodtaste goodtaste
taste In the selection of the material materialFor materialFor materialFor
For a small room a small pattern is isalways Isalways isalways
always advisable and it is best to keep
to one or two colorings only and to make makeone makeone makeone
one of these more prominent than the theother theother theother
other Pink is generally most effective effectiveas
as it is always easier to find an attrae attraethe attraetive ¬
tive pink flowered design than ono in inblue inblue
blue blueWhen
When Vhen blue is the favorite shade how however however however ¬
ever it must be had but it is best to tok tokeep
keep k p strictly to ribbon and garland ef effects effects offeels ¬
fects with just a a bit of pink perhaps perhapsin
in the design Bfue roses are too foreign foreignto foreignto
to nature even In these days of BUt
bank miracles and the more closely na nature nature nature ¬
ture Itself is studied in any flower de design design dosign ¬
sign the more satisfactory satlsa to live with withwill withwm wIthwill
will the pattern patt rn prove proveWomen proveWomen proveWomen
Women have obtained the right to vote voteIn votoIn votein
In Krain a province of Austria They Theywill TheyI Theywill
will be allowed to cast their ballots In Inperson Inporson inperson
person and not by proxy There Is how however howevor however ¬
ever one limitation Imposed on them themA themA themA
A special time of the day has been al allotted allotted a alotted ¬
lotted to them for the exercise of this thisright thisrIght thisright
right
Midnight MidnightGo Go Home HomeMadame HomeMadame KomeMadame
Madame Grundy Grund has taken a stand standon standon standon
on tho subject of early hours and de decrees decrees docrees ¬
crees that all smart functions of the theseason theseBson theseason
season shall end at midnight midnightThis midnightThis midnightThis
This may not altogether please the girls girlswho girlswho girlswho
who like to dance until dawn but it is a asensible asensible asensible
sensible social measure which the elders eldersmean eldersmean eldersmean
mean shall be observed observedWhile observedWhlJe observedWhile
While all night parties arUes are no doubt doubtgreat doubtgreat doubtgreat
great fun for the young people they are area area areft
a great strain on even the most rugged ruggedof ruggedof
of the girls and most demoralizing to the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young men who have to go go to business businessThe busInessThe businessThe
The married set too feel it exeept exeeptthose exeoptthose Xptthose
those exceptional exc ptionftl few who can sleep the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of the day da and revel in turn turning turnIng turning ¬
ing night into day These will be loath loathto lo loathto th thto
to adopt Madame Grundys latest decreebut dooreObut decree
but the leaders of society both here and andin andIn andin
in London intend to enforce it itParaffin It ItParamn itParaflin
Paraffin used for tops of jelly Jars may
be washed dried dti and used again A tin tinteapot tinteapot tinteapot
teapot can be bought at the 10cent l cent store storeIn storeIn storeIn
In which the paraffin araffln may he kept and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when needed can be set on the stove until untilmelted untilmelted untilmelted
melted and easily ea6n poured over Jelly Keep
twisted paper or cork In spout to prevent preventdirt preventdirt preventdirt
dirt getting in
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Among the new conditions that are areconfronting areconfrontIng areconfronting
confronting women today is the the ques question question question ¬
tion of what to do when the business businesscareer bustnescareer businesscareer
career is over The business women Wom vomen n who whohas whohas whohas
has saved enough to live on has of ofcourse otcourse ofcourse
course no such problem But she is in inthe Inthe inthe
the minority Thousands of business businesswomen businesswomen businesswomen
women have not been able to save enough enoughto enoughto
to retire upon yet the time has come comewhen cornewhen comewhen
when they must yield their positions to tothe totho tothe
the younger generation Employers es especially especlaUy cipeclaily ¬
pecially In stores where thousands of ofwomen ofwomen ofwomen
women hold positions do not care for fora tora fora
a women employe after she has passed a acertain acertain acertain
certain age It Is as difficult for her to 10obtnln toobtain toobtain
obtain a position after she is advanced advancedin
in years as it is to hold the one sho has hasWhat hasWhat hasWhat
What then shall she do doThis doThis doThis
This condition is becoming one of the theserious thecrlous theserious
serious problems of the day Many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the societies formed for helping women womenhave womenhave womenhave
have applications for advice as to what whatto whatto whatto
to do from hundreds of middleaged middleagedwomen middleagedwomen middleagedwomen
women who can no longer secure posi positions positIons posttions ¬
tions because of their age but who have havenot havenot havenot
not saved enough to live on for the rest restof restof restof
of their lives Many do not want to sit sitIdle sitIdle sitIdle
Idle even if they amId uld They are healthy healthyactive healthyactivo healthyactive
active women and they still want an In Interest Interest interest ¬
terest In the worlds worldsTo work workTo workTo
To the woman who loves country life lifethe utethe lifethe
the backtothefarm movement offers offersan offersan offersan
an opening to still earn her living and do
It In an independent fashion a factor
that appeals to many This back backtothe tothe
farm movement is so well organized organizedand organizedand organizedand
and managed that even a women Inex Inexperienced InexperIenced inexperlenced ¬
perienced in the requirements of country
life can take advantage of It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The plan is sponsored by well known knownpeople knownpeople knownpeople
people of the country and at the meet ¬
ing to formulate plans such prominent prominentpeople prominentpeople prominentpeople
people as Secretary of Agriculture Wilson V 11son
W V J T Bryan Br an Jacob RJis B F Yoakum Yoal um
Lymac LIDa Abbott bbott Jane Addams Josepn W wt WI
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Folk and others of equal prominence prominencetook prorolncncetook prominencetook
took part partThe partThe partThe
The idea Is to locate colonies on model modelfarms modelfarms modelfarina
farms in Texas Missouri Alabama and andother andother andother
other States wfiere land is cheap and andfertile andfertile andfertile
fertile Each farmer will be allotted forty fortyacres fortyacres fortyacres
acres acres a home will be erected for him himand himand himand
and fences utensils and live stock fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished Thirtytwo of these fortyacre fortyacrefarms tortyacrefarms fortyacrefarms
farms will constitute a colony
Each colony will Include a a central farm farmpresided farmpresided farmpresided
presided over by an expert agriculturist agriculturistwho agriculturIstwho agriculturistWho
who will oversee the work on the farms farmsthe tarmsthe
the proper rotation of the crops c Ten Tenants Tenants Tenants
ants will be given ample time to pay for fortheir tortheIr fortheir
their farms rIl1S and their profits have been beenfigured beenfigured
figured out as averaging 3600 a year yearEach yearEach yearEach
Each colony will have a school where wherescientific wheresclentlfic wherescientific
scientific farming will be taught In addi addition additIon addition ¬
tion to the usual curriculum curriculumEntertainments currIculumEntertaInments curriculumEntertainments
Entertainments will be provided for forthe forthe forthe
the colonists c lonists so that farm life will lose losethe losethe losethe
the monotony that Is now largely responsible respon responsible responsible ¬
sible for the rush to the cities cltloaApplications cutc cutcAppllcatlons citiesApplications
Applications for farms will be passed passedon passedon
on by a committee appointed for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose The plan is made up of the thebest thebest thebest
best features of similar plans that have haveworked havoworked haveworked
worked out successfully In Europe EuropeThere EuropeThere EuropeThere
There will be none of the lonely farm farmUte farmlife
life that is such su h a a deterrent to country
living to many And there need be none noneof nonoat noneof
of the hardships hardshlpsthat that have been such a adrawback adrawback adrawback
drawback Jn the past to farm life lifeThe UteThe lifeThe
The woman who has saved a little money moneycan moneycan moneycan
can use It to give her home the city con conveniences conveniences conveniences ¬
veniences of hot and < cold water to pro provide provide provide ¬
vide herself with the latest laborsaving
inventions such as washing machines machinesbreadmaking machinesbreadmaking machinesbreadmaking
breadmaking machines vacuum cleaners cleanersand cleanersand cleanersand
and the many things that do quIckly and andeasily andealdly andeasily
easily the hardest parts of housework houseworkand houseworkand houseworkand
and also to add a few of the luxuries in inthe Intho inthe
the way wa of music books and magazines magazineswhich magazineswhich magazineswhich
which lend so much muc pleasure to life lifeThe UteThe lifeThe
The business buslne s woman who sees the time timeapproaching timeapproachi timeapproaching
approaching approachi g when she must quit the thebusiness thebusiness tilebusiness
business arena would do io well ve1l to look lookinto lookInto lookInto
into the matter matterif If the thecountry country has haachams haachamsfor charms charmsfor charmsfor
for her I
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FROM WOMANS WOMANSPOINT WOiUAN7SPOINT WOMA15POINT
POINT OF i VIEW VIEWOn
On every ev < ly hand we hear complaints of ofthe otthe ofthe
the quality of work done by men and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women everywhere ever Whcrc are men complain complaining complanIng complaining ¬
ing of lack of interest on the part of ofworkers ofworkers ofworkers
workers and women protesting against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the imperfections in articles whose price pricehas pricehas pricehas
has doubled in the last ten years ears Boil Boilthese Bollthese Boilthese
these down and you OU will find lack of con concentration conctntratlon concentration ¬
centration as the cause of dissatisfaction dissatisfactionThere dissatisfactionThere dissatisfactionThere
There are men and women who tax taxtheir taxtheir tactheir
their strength to Its limit in the perform performance performance performance ¬
ance of tasks but they allow the mind to towonder towander towander
wander and make mistakes which must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be remedied by an expenditure of time timeof timeo timeof
of o which they know an employer will not notapprove notapprove
approve or pass them over trusting to toluck toluck toiuck
luck that they will not be discovered So SoWo SoWe SoWe
We find dress braid so full of imperfec Imperfections imperfections
tions that we hesitate to use it even evenwhen evenwhen evenwhen
when we are fortunate enough to get it itin ItIn itin
in one piece plec instead of two or three We Webuy Va Vabuy
buy sewing sewng silk with frequent knots knotswhich knotswhich knotswhich
which break machine needles and table tablelinen tablelInen tablelinen
linen which shows sighs of dissolution at atthe t1tthe atthe
the first washing washingThe wWlhlngThe washingeg
eg C CThe
The lesson ot concentration Is over overlooked overlooked overlooked ¬
looked in the scheme of education Chil Children Children Cliiidren ¬
dren cannot study if there are noises noisesthey noisesI noisesthey
I they cannnot even ven sleep under such con conditions conI conditions ¬
ditions Salesgirls are thinking of the thegood t11egood thegood
I good time they expect to have or die discussing dlsI diecussing ¬
cussing one that is passed so we travel travelmiles travelmHes travelmiles
I miles to our suburban homes with a apackage apackage apackage
package which does not fill the want wantwhich wantwhich wantwhich
which drove us to a shopping tour On Onall Onall Onnil
all sides are workers who are too busy at atschemes atschemes atschemes
schemes to get rich to properly perform performthe pertormthe performthe
the tasks which give thorn the money on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which to support existence existenceThe existenceS existenceThe
S C CThe a
The average housewife who complains complainsof
of overwork Is mistaken in the cause of ofher other ofher
her tired body and strained nerves She Shedoes Shedoes Shedoes
does her tasks more than once by worry worryIng worryIng worrying
Ing about them How many women wom n do doyou doU doyou
you U hear declaring that there Is a n moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam of sewing ahead of them that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have enough shopping to eat up a a week weokor wGoleor weekor
or a fortnight or that they owe more morecalls moreca1ls morecalls
calls than they can pay In a season Do Dothey Dothey Dothey
they concentrate their attention upon a asingle n nsingle asingle
single task or do they go through a rou routine routine routine ¬
tine with the burden of neglected duties dutiesbearing duUebearlnb dutiembearing
bearing heavily upon their shoulders I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know a few women who devote their theirwhole theIrwhole theirwhole
whole attention to a single piece of work worktill worktill worktill
till it Is finished but they can be counted countedupon countedupon countedupon
upon the fingers of one hand They have havemastered havemastered havemastered
mastered the lesson we all need and are arereasonably arareasonably arereasonably
reasonably comfortable comfortableBETTY
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If a little gIrl Is to enjoy life playing playingand playIngand playIngand
and romping as a healthy child ought oughtto oughtto
to she must not be bothered with any anythought nnythought anythought
thought of her clothes This means that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the more simple dresses are tho best bestones beston bestones
ones on for her The TIi mother upon whom whomfalls whomfalls whamfalls
falls the labor of making these dresses dresseswill dresseswl11 dresseSwill
will surely Burel Indorse this opinion We Weoffer Weotrer Weoffer
offer a a design which Is simplicity itself itselfIt ItselfIt itselfIt
It Is also charmingly pretty The dresa dresahas dresahas dresshas i
has the long French body so becoming becomingto
to little people and attached to this thti a ashort aehort ashort
short somewhat rull skirt There is no noseam noseam noseam
seam at the shoulder of this dress and andthe andthe andthe
the sleeve sle ve Is merely an apology The Thedress Thedress Thedress
dress Is Intended to be worn with a agutmpe Goguimpe agnimpe
gutmpe or without one Gingham will willbe wt1lbe willbe
be found about the most serviceable of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the many wash materials that can be beused beused beused
used for this dress There are also alsonumbers alsonumbers
numbers or mercerized 1 cottons which
are ooft ft and pretty and which come In Ina Ina ina
a a variety of designs Challis and other othersoft other80tt othersoft
soft woolens may also bo used and rib ribbon rlbbon ribboa ¬
bon or braid or contrasting fabric used usedto usedto usedto
to trim the dress The Th pattern Is cut in
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By MARY ROBERTS RINEHARTAuthor RINEHART RINEHARTAuthor RINERARLAuthor
Author of The Circular Staircase and The Man in Lower Ten TeaCapjrricbt TenC TenCopyright
Copyright C prlght 909 9 The BobbsMmill Gonjjany
CHAPTER XVII XVIIA
A Clash and a n Kiss IvlsnThe 1 KissThe lall lallThe
The clash that came that evening had hodbeen hadbeen hindbeen
been threatening for some time Take Takean Takean Takean
an immovable body represented by b Mr MrHarbison MrHarbison MrHarbison
Harbison and his square jaw and an anIrresistible anIrre anIrresistible
Irresistible Irre t Uble force Jimmy and his weight weightand weightand weightand
and thero Is bound to be trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The real fault was Jims He had gone goneentirely goneentlrol goneentirely
entirely entlrol mad again over Bella and andthrown andthrown andthrown
thrown prudence to the winds He Hemoaned Htmooned Hemooned
mooned at her across the dinner table tablemid tableud tablesad
mid waylaid her on the stairs atair or in the thebuck thelMok theback
buck halls just to hear her voice olec when whenha when8U whenshe
8U she ha ordered him out of the way He Hetelephoned Hete1ephened Hetelephoned
telephoned for flowers and candy for her herquite herquite
quite shamelessly and he got out a book bookof bookoC booko
of o photographs that they had taken on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their wedding journey and kept it on onthe onthe Oflthe
the library table The sole concession concessionhe concessionhe concessionlie
he made to our presumptive relationship relationshipwas relationshipwas
was to bring me I the he responsibility for foreverything foreverything foreverything
everything that went wrong and his hisshirts hisshirts hisshirts
shirts for 8r buttons buttonsThe buttonsThe buttcnsThe
The first I heard of the trouble was wasfrom wastrGm wasfrom
from DeL He waylaid me in the hall hallafter hallarter hailafter
after dinner that night and his face was wasserious wasa
serious seriousIm a rIois rIoisrn doIR
Im 1 rn afraid we cant keep it up very verylong verylong veryhong
long Kit be said With Jim trailing trailingHelta trailingBolla trailingBelIii
Helta all over the house and the old oldlady oldladT oldlady
lady hen keener r every day da Its bound to tocome toceme tocome
come oat somehow soma iow And that Isnt alL alLJim alLJim alLJim
Jim and an Harbison had a setto set to today todayabaut todayabeut todaysheet
sheet you youAbout youAbout youAbout
About me I repeated Oh I dare dareany daresay daresay
say I have been failing short again againWhat a againWhat ln lnWhat
What was Jim doing Abusing me meDai meDal meT meTDal
Dal looked cautiously over his shoulder shoulderbut ehoulderbut shoulderbut
but no on OM was near nearIt nearIt nearIt
It seems ems that the gentle Bella has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been unusually beastly today to Jim Jimnd JImandI JimandI
andI nd I believe shes jealous of you Kit KitJim KitJJm KitJim
Jim followed her up to tho roof roo before beforedinner beforecllnnor
dinner with a box of flowers and she shetossed shetossed he hetOSB9d I
tossed them over the parapet She said saidI
I believe that sh she > > he didnt want his flow flowers flowOIs ¬
flowI
ers he could buy them for you and be bed bedd bedd I
d dd d to him or some ladylike equiva equivalent equivalent equivalent ¬
lent lentJim
Jim is a Jellyfish I said contempt contemptuously contemptoobSt contemptuotisly ¬
uously oobSt What did he say sayHe sayHe sayHe
He said he only onl cared for one woman womanand womanand
and that was Bella that he never had hadreally hadrUf hadreally L
really cared for you you8nd and never would wouldand wouldand wouldand
and that divorce courts were not unmiti unmitigated unmitigated unmitigated ¬
gated evils if they showed people the thewas thewa thEway
was wa to real happiness Which wouldnt wouldntamount wouldntamount wouldnlanount
amount to anything if Harbison had not notbeen notbeen nolbeest
been in the tent trying to sleep sleepDal sleepDal sleepBal
Dal did not D t know all the particulars particularsbut partlcularsbut particularsL
but it seems that relations between Jim Jimand JImand Jlivand L
and Mr Harbison were rather strained strainedBella strainedDeIhL strainedBells
Bells had left the roof and Jim and the theHarbison theHarbison
thici
Harbison man came face to face in the thedoor thedoor tludoor i
door of the tent According to Dal lit little little hitti ¬
tle ti had been said but Jim bound by his hispromtoe hisprom
hhI
promise prom to me could not explain and andeeuld andI ant ante I
I eeuld e uld only stammer something som thlng about be being betag behg ¬
tag an old friend of Miss I1S6 Knowles And AndTom AndTom i iTout
Tom had replied shortly shorU that It was none noneof noneof non nonof
of his business but that there were some somethings somethtn
things thtn friendship hardly justified and andtried andtried andtried L
tried to pass Jim Jim was Instantly en enraged enrased enraged ¬
raged he blocked the door to the roof roofand rQOfalHl rQol rQoland
and demanded to know what what the other otherman othermah othimai
man meant There wore two or three threeversions threer threcversions
versions r ona of the th answer he got The gen general genoral ¬
genI
oral purport was that Mr Harbison had hadno hadno hacno I
no desire de lre to explain further and that the thesituation thesituation i
situation was forced on him But if he heinsisted heInststedwhen hE hEinsistedwhen i ii
insisted Inststedwhen when a 8 man systematically ig ignored IgJIOriMl ignored ¬
nored and neglected his wife for some someone someone somcone
one else there were communities where whereho whereho I Iho
ho would be tarred and feathered featheredMeaning featheredMoanlng featheredMoanIng
Meaning me Jim demanded apo apoplectic apoplectic apeplectic ¬
plectic plecticThe plecticThe plecticThe
The remark was a general one Mr MrHarbison MrHarbison MrHarbison
Harbison retorted but if you ou wish to tomake tomake tE tEmake
make a concrete application applicationDal appl1catlonDal
Dal had gone up just then and found foundthem foundthem I
them glaring latinl at each ea h other Jim with withhis withhis witihis 1
his hands clenched at his sides and Mr MrHarbison MrHarbison
Mrr
Harbison with his arms folded and very veryerect veryorecL ver vererect r
erect Dal took Jim by the elbow and andled andled ant I Iled
led him down stairs muttering and the thesituation thesituation thcsituation
situation was saved for the time But ButDal ButDal t tDat
Dal was not optimistic optimisticYou optimisticYou optimisticyou
You can do a a bit yourself Kit Kit he hefinished hc hcfinished
finished Look more cheerful flirt flirtlittle a alittle alittle
little You can do that without trying tryingTake tryingTake tryingTako
Take Max on for a day or so it would be becharity beoharlty bc bccharity
charity anyhow But dont ont let Tom Har Harbison Harbison Harbison ¬
bison take it Into his head that you are aregrieving aresrle1ng nrc nrcgrieving
grieving over Jims neglect or hes like likely likely likely ¬
ly to t toss him oft o the ropf ropfI rot rotI
I have no reason to think that Mr MrHarbison MrHarbison MrHarbison
Harbison cares one way or the other otherabout othernbout otheiabout
about me I said primly You dont dontthink dontthink don donthink
think hes heshes hes in love with me do you youDal youDal youDal
Dal I watched him out of the corner cornerof comerof r rof
of mv my eye but he only looked amused
In love with you ou he repeated Why Whybless Whybless Vhybless
bless your wicked little heart no He Hethinks Hethinks Hc I Ithinks
thinks youre a married woman It Itthe Its Itsthe Itsthe
the principle of the thing hes fighting fightingfor fightingfor nghtinfor
for If I had as much principle as he hehas hehas hi hihas
has Id IdId Id put p t It out at Interest InterestMax interestMax interestMax
Max interrupted us just then and asked askedIf askedIf I Iif
If we knew where Mr Harbison was wasCant wasCant wasCant
Cant find him he said Ive got gotthe gotthe go t tthe
the telephone together and have enough enoughleft enoughlett enougileft
left over to make another Where do you yousuppose ybi ybisuppose Ou Ousuppose
suppose Harbison hides the tools Im Imworking ImworkIng rn 1 1working
working with a corkscrew and two twopalette twopalette twi II IIpalette
palette knives knivesI
I heard nothing more of the trouble troublethat troublethat a athat
that night Max went to Jim about it itand it itand It
and Jim said angrily that only a a fool foolwould toolwopld foe foewoild i
would wopld interfere between a man and his hiswife hiswifewIves hi S Swifewives
wife wifewIves wives Whereupon Max retorted retortedthat retortedthat I Ithat
that a fool and his wives wivo were soon part parted parted Parted ¬
ed and left him The two principals principalswere prJncipalswere a awere
were coldly civil to each other and andsmaller afli aflismaller
smaller issues were lost as the famine faminegrew faminegrew fainin 0 0grew
grew more and more insistent For fam famine famIne tamme ¬
ine it was wasThey wasThey wasThey
They worked the rest of the evening eventn eventnbut
but the telephono refused to revive and andevery andevery an f fevery
every one was starving Individually Individuallyour Individual V Vour
our pride was at low ebb but collective collectively ¬
ly it was still formidable So we sat sataround sataround an t taround
around and Jim played Grleg with the thesoft thesoft th e esoft
soft stops on and Aunt Sellna went to tobed tobed ti 0 0bed
bed The weather had changed and it itwas itwas I t twas
was sleeting but anything was better betterthan betterthan bette r rthan
than the drawingroom I was In n a amood amood I amood
mood to battle with the elements or to tocry tocror t 0 0cryor
cry cror or both bothso so I slipped out while whileDal whUeDal whul C CDal
Dal was reciting Give me m three groins groinsof grainsof S Sof
of corn commothor mother threw t re somebody aomebodysovercoat 50 ebods ebodsovercoat S Sovercoat
overcoat ever aijr ny shoulders put on a
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mans soft hat hatJIms Jims I thlnZand and went wentup wentup wentup
up to the roof roofIt rootIt roofIt
It was dark in the thtr4 floor bail ba iI and andI andI
I had to feel my way Wa to tt UM lb root oot v the thestairs he hestairs hestairs
stairs I went up Quietly qu 11 au aM aMthe i tu l lh lhthe t tthe
the knob of the d doo O w to tb the rooi roo At Atfirst Atfirst Atfirst
first It > t would not open opC aed I could vtj he hethe t tthe hear hearthe
the wind howling outside FlneU tos tosever to toever 1oever
ever I got the door open a j1l1 ille u ie tr trwormed irwormed arwormed
wormed my way through It a t tss r rentirely rentirely i ientirely
entirely dark out there In spite of e estorm u ustorm tfstann
storm A faint reflection of the thelights i ilights tr trlights
lights made it possible to distinguish v voutlines l loutUnes toutlines
outlines of the boxwood plants swaying
in the wind and the chimneys and the thetent thetent thetent
tent And then thena a dark figure disentan disentangled disentangled disentangled ¬
gled itself from rom the nearest chimney and andseemed andseemed andseemed
seemed to hurl itself at me I remem remember rem remembr em emb ¬
j ber b r putting out my hands and trying to tosay tosay tosay
say something 50m thlng but the figure caught me meroughly meroughly meroughly
roughly by the shoulders and knocked knockedme knockedme knockedme
me back against the doorframe From Frommiles Frommiles Frommiles
miles away aWll a heavy voice was saying
So S Ive r Ive got you and then the roof roofgave rootgave roofgave
gave frSn fr frdjn under me and I was floating
out on the t e storm and sleet was beating
In my face and the wind was whisper whispering whIsperIng whisperIng ¬
ing over and oer Open your eyes es for forGods forGods
Gods sake sakeI
I did open them after a while and fin finally finally finally ¬
ally I made out that I was lying on the thefioor thefloor
floor In the tent The lights were on onand onani onant
and I had 8 a cold and damp feeling and andsomething andsomething andsomething
something wet was trickling down my myneck myneck myneck
neck neckI neckI
I seamed se med to be alone but In a second secondsomebody seaondsomebody secondsomebody
somebody came Into the tent and I saw
It was Mr Ir Harbison and that he had a
double handful of half melted snow
He looked frantic and determined and andonly andon andonly
only on my sitting up quickly prevented my mygetting mygetting mygetting
getting another snow bath When he hesaw hesaw hesaw
saw that I was conscious he dropped droppedtlie drop1edUJQ
the snow and stood looking down at me meDo meDo raeDo
Do you know he said grimly that
I very nearly choked you ou to death a a
little while ago agoIt agoIt agoIt
It wouldnt surprise me to be toM toMso toll tollso toldso
so I said Do I know too much muchwhat muchhatfs muchwhat
what hatfs is it It Mr Harbison I felt t tribly F irlbly
i ribly III but I would not let him see = e eIt
It Is queer isnt It Ithow how we alw alwselect alwselect aIWselect >
select the roof for our little UtUedltferenees UtUedltfereneesHe differences differencesHe
He seemed to relax somewhat at r rgibe rgibe tgibe
gibe gibeI gibeHI
HI I didnt know It was you he e eplained eplalned eplained
plained shortly I was waiting foi foisome fOIsome foesome
some one and In the hat you wore ar arthe atthe arthe
the coat coat I mistook you Thats alL Ce Ceyou C2ou Csyou
you ou stand standNo standNo 1 1No
No I retorted 1 could but his sun sunmary sunmar sunmary
mary mar manner displeased me The seque sequehowever sequehowever sequehowever
however was rather amazing for h hstooped Iistooped f fstooped
stooped suddenly and picked me up an anthe i
the next Instant we were out in thj thjstorm tbJstorm th thstorm
storm together At the door he stooped stoopedand stoopedand stoopedand
and felt for the knob knobTurn knobooTurn knobTurn
ooTurn Turn It he commanded 001 I cant cantreach cantreach cantreach
reach it itIll It Itrn itIll
Ill do nothing ol o the kind I said saidshrewishly saIdshrewIshly saidshrewIshly
shrewishly ooLe Let t me downj down I can walk walkperfectly walkperfectly walkperfectly
perfectly well wellHe weltHe wellHe dOWDl
He hesitated Then he slid me slowly
to my feet bu ha h did dl4 di not open the door doorat doorat doorat
at once Are you 0 afraid to let me carry carryyou carryyou carryyou
you down those stairs after atterTuesday atterTuesdaynight afterTuesdaynight Tuesday Tuesdaynight
night he asked very low You still stillthink stilithink stillthink
think I did that thatI thatI
I had never been less sure of it than thanat thanat thanat
at that moment but an imp of perversity perversitymade perversitymade perversitymade
made me retort retort Yes YesHe YesHe YesHe
He hardly seemed to hear me He Hestood Hestood Hostood
stood looking down at me as I leaned leanedagainst leanedagainst leanedagainst
against the doorframe doorframeGood dOlrframeooGood dowframeGood
Good Lord he groaned To think
that I might have killed you ou And thon thonhe thonhe
he stooped and suddenly suddenl kissed me meThe meThe
The next moment the th door was open openand openand openand
and he was leading me m down Into the
house At the foot of the the staircase he hepaused hepaused hepaused
paused still holding my hand and faced facedme facedme facedme
me in the darkness darknessIm darknessIm darknessIm
Im not sorry he said steadily II IIsuppose I Isuppose Isuppose
suppose I ought to be but Im not
Only OnlYI I want you ou to know that I was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not guilty guUtbefore before I didnt intend to tonow tonow tonow
now I am amalmost almost as much surprised surprisedas
as you are areI areI areI
I was quite unable to speak but I Iwrenched Iwrenohed Iwrenched
wrenched my hand loose He stepped steppedback steppedback
back to t let me pass ana I 1 went down downthe
the hall alone aloneTO aloneTO aloneTO
TO BE CONTINUED CONTlN TOMORROW TOMOEBOWSeashore TOMORROWSeashore TO1QEROWSeashore
Seashore Suggestions SuggestionsThe
The question of the seashore outfit is isoften isotten isoften
often a serious one not only because becausecertain becausecertain becausecertain
certain things are particularly suited suitedto suitedto suitedto
to that use but because styles change changesays chancesays changesays
says the New Idea Womans omans Magazine Magaztnofor lIsgazlnofor Magazinefor
for July Besides the serviceable coat coatsuit coatsuit coatsuit
suit of dark cloth a suit of white flan flannel tlnnnel fleanel ¬
nel and one of linen are most useful at atthe atthe atthe
the seaside as well as the sailor blouso blousoor blouSC blouSCI blousior
I or middy suit of white serge or linen linenFor tlnenI linenFor
I For afternoon or dressy occasions a abecoming abecoming abecoming
becoming gown of summer silk and ono onoof onoof oneof
of sheer lingerie material are also essen essential e2SentiaI essential ¬
tial With these one must of course courseprovide courseI course courseprovide
I provide an attractive hat which looks lookssummery lookssummery lookssummery
summery and is not too perishable The Thaparasol Thoparasol Theparasol
parasol is indispensable if one is likely likelyto Ukelyto likelyto
to spend much time upon the sand or orpromenading orpromenading orIn
promenading promenadingIn
In the matter of foot wear fashion has
been kind to the seashore devotee for forpumps forpumps forpumps
pumps and ties are to be had not only
in linen and canvas but in cravenetto cravenettoand cravenettoand eravenettoand
and Manila straw the latter being beingcalled beingcalled beingcalled
called the beach tic Pumps In this thislost thislast thislast
last named fabric are shown ThenU1ere ThenU1ereare Theoth re reare
are the high shoes in linen and crave cravenetC cravenet craveflettr
netC net flettr as well as kid kidThe kidThe kidThe
The bathing costume Is most Important Importantand Importantand importantand
and a very becoming yet practical style stylewhich stylewhich stylewhich
which might be realized in Intarreta taffeta silk silkor silkor silkor
or mohair is Illustrated This must be besupplemented besupplemented besupplemented
supplemented by byn a cap to match and andsome andsome andsome
some sort of wrap to wear down to the thewaves thowaves thewaves
waves wavesThe wavesThe wavesThe
The silk or cravenette coat is newer newerthan nowerthan nowrthan
than the cape though both are used
Where bath houses are provided near the thewaters thewaters thewaters
waters edge mlladl of fashion wears wearsher wearsher wearsher
her hat bathing bathln wrap and parasol from fromthe froIJ1 froIJ1the fromthe
the hotel or cottage leaving them at attho attha
tho bath house houseFor bouseFor houseFor
For rough and sensitive hands nothing
better can be found than two ounces of
Jlsterlne combined comb ned with glycerin Sl > c r1n The Thesurface Thosurface Thesurface
surface will soon become bt ome smooth smo th and less lesssensitive leMsens1U lesssensIt1v
sensitive sens1U
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