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THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY TU SDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1910 7
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Reduso Corsets reduce the measurements of ofhips ofhip ofhips
hips hip and abdomen from one to five fiv inches inchesgiving inchesgiving inchesgiving
giving to large figures fashionably slender slenderlines slenderlines slenderlines
lines Weardefying fabrics firm boning boningand boningand boningand
and perfect tailoring tailoringrender tailoringrender tailoringrender
render their shapeliness shapelinesspermanent shapelinespermanent shapelinesspermanent
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medium Hips back and andabdomen andabdomen andabdomen
abdomen arc very long longImported longImported J JL
L Imported coutll Price 500 500REDUSO OO 4
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Y domen Durable white coutil or ba batlste batiste baf
f tiste 3 pairs hose supporter supporterPrice supportersPrIce supporterLPrice
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VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES
I Featurii J Featuring turlnz COrNSEL II the thawoneyrujrraiej Wonderful Trained Ape ApeAVENIMANDTHEATEB ApeAYENUEG Ap ApAVENUE
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From Harper Bazar BazarMrs DaurMrs BaatrMrs
Mrs Kicker IckerAre Are you familiar with the theNorwegian theNorwegian Q I0 I0Norwegian
Norwegian sagas sagosMrs sagll8Mrs sagasMrs
Mrs Newrich NewrlchNot Not the least bit I al always always a aways ¬
ways make the servants know their place placeTho placeTho plac placThe
Tho narrow nlJJTow silhouette Is being adhered adheredto d dto
to with th every very prospect of o l its l continua continuation continuatlon contlnuition ¬
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THRIFTY FRANCE FRANCEThe
The Th e Land Whore Vhorc SilTing Is n Regu IleKHinr ReguInr ReguJar
ThFr inr Habit HabitFrom IInhltFrom habitom
Fr From om the Scotsman ScotsmanInteresting SectamanInteresting SretamanInteresting
Interesting Information regarding the thethrift thethrift L Lrift
thrift th rift of the French people is contained containedIn contafno4the
In the latest publication put out by the theNational theNational theational
J National N > ational Monetary Commission In the theshape theshape theape
s shape sh ape of a contribution by b Alfred Ney NeymarcJc Neymarrk Neyarcic
r marcJc m arcic editor of the Rentier a 8 French FrenchtJnanclal Prenchancial
financial fin ancial publication publicationMons publicationrons publicationMons
Mons > rons Neymarck Ne marck to show how general generalthe gonemlthe generale
t the th e habit of saving is in France says saysThere 8 saysThere S SThere
There are In France 10OCQMI electors electorsalmost electorsalmost electorsmost
almost al alsa most all taxpayers All or nearly all allsave alleave allve
sa sapu save ve their money with the Intention of ofputting otputting oftting
putting pu tting something by b for their old age ageThere ageThere agehere
There T here are savings in n the special organi organizations organizations organitions ¬
zations za tions called savings Institutions In the themutual themutual theutual
mutual m utual benefit societies in banks and andsecurities andsecurIties
securities se sear curities
In lands unimproved prop property property
erty ar ty and In houses Improved proper property
ty t y Such uch Is the composition of the theprivate theprivate
private p pIs wealth we lth of France a a wealth which
Is Indefinitely disseminated disseminatedIt
It can bo proved prOe la In fact that of these
10000000 10 000000 electors 9000000 at least have haveGovernment
8 aG a book at some savings Institution a aGoernm
Government Goernm G overnment nt rente a railroad or Credit CreditFonder CreditFoncler
Fonder F ancier bond or some sorn other security a astrip astrip arip
strip st sto rip of land or a house whether large largeor lArgeor
or o r small And this is not all The TheFrench TheFrench
French F rench rentier does not invest nvc t everything
he h o has but always keeps k psb by him some someavailable someavailable I
available a means In gold silver or bank banknotes bftnknotes i
notes n otes to provide for sudden demands demandsand demandsand
and a nd lays In It aside in order to use It later latereither latereither
either e In temporary or definite and more moreprofitable moreprofitable
profitable p rofitable Investments InvestmentsThere IncstmentsThere
There are 1500000 investors In France Francewho Francewho
who w ho are holders of 3 per cent rentes rentescorresponding rentescorresponding
corresponding c to our own consols and andtheir andtheir
their t heir total holdings according to Mons MonsNeymarck MonsNe
Neymarck Ne marck aro 21000000000 francs or orabout orabout
about a bout t8 50000000 = Banks arid other otherfinancIal othernancial
financial fi nancial institutions hold moat of the thegovernment thogovernment
government g bonds in the United States
Lotteries are legitimate Institutions In InFrance InFrance Inrance
France F Fl rance and lottery bonds are held large largely largely largey
ly l Fm y by the people Of this Mons Ions Ney Neymarck Neyarck ¬
marck m arck says saysEverybody sajsEverbody saysEverybody
Everybody desires to leave the door dooropen dooropen doorpen
open o pen to fortune and the smallest hold holdings holdIngs holdngs ¬
ings I ngs as well the
as largest contain a alottery aJottery aottery
lottery l lC bond of the city of Paris of the theredit
Credit C redit Foncler or of some provincial provincialtown prolncfaltown provincialown
town t own or some foreign lottery certificates certificatesnegotiable certificatesnegoUa certificatesegotlaNo
nt negotiable negoUa n l In France such as the Aus Austrian Austrian Ausrian ¬
trian t rian bonds of I860 c We V e possess
6000000 6 000000 francs in lottery bonds The cap captal ¬
ital i tal Invested in these bonds results again agnlntrom againrom
from f rom the economy of small Investors and andrepresents nndrppresents andepresents
represents r part of the savings of the thedemocracy theemocracy
democracy d dt emocracy Neither in England nor in inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he United tnitedStates States
is there found such a ause ause ase
use u se of funds for there is not in these thesecountries thesecountrIes theseountries
countries c as In France an o
army of peo people reopIe peoie ¬
pIe p ie who put by small savIngs savlngsIn savingsIn I
In distributing the Interest on the theforeign theforeign theoreign
foreign f lottery bonds the whole amount amountdue amountdue amountue
due d ue is put into a a pool and divided Into Intoprizes Intoprizes Intorizes
prizes p rizes Those holding the lucky luck num numbers numers ¬
bers b ers get all the Interest but the losers losersof losersof losersf
of o f course get the principal of their in investment Inyestment inestment ¬
vestment yestment v on the bonds maturity maturityAnnual maturIt maturItAnnual maturityAnnual
Annual savings of all classes of French FrenchInvestors Frenchfnyestors Frenchnvestors
Investors i according to Mons NoymarcK NoymarcKaverage Nomarckaverage Noymarckverage
average a between 1500000000 francs am and
2000000000 2 francs or o from 60000000 to toSOOOOooo
80000000
FADS AND FANCIES FANCIESDog1 FANCIESDog PANCIESDog
Dog collars of Jet jetone one two or three threestrands threestrandsare threetrandsare
strands strandsare s are in favor favorSeparate tavorSeparate favorSeparate
Separate biouseg bouse nave regained all of oftheir ottheir ofheir
their t heir oldtime prestige prestigePlain prestigePlain prestigePlain
Plain colored silks are much used u d for forsimple torsimple forimple
simple s tailored blouses blousesHairline blousesHalrUne blousesHaIrline
Hairline striped fabrics will be b popular popularfor populartor popularor
for f or tailored suits this fall fallSkirts tallSkirts fallSkirts
Skirts are still rather scanty but the thescare thescare thecare
scare s of the hobble la over overWhite overWhite overWhite
White crepe collar and cuff sets are be being being beng ¬
ing I ng much used for deepest mourning mournmgFashionable mournh1gFashionable mourningFashionable
Fashionable lockets are almost large largeenough large largeenough largeenough
enough to serve as vanity nnl ty boxes boxesPipings boxesPipingll boxcsPipings
Pipings and bandings of black will be beused beused beused
used much this fall on colored gowns gownsCrepe gownsCrepe gownsCrepe
Crepe d dG chine lavishly embroidered embroideredwith embroIderedwith embroideredwith
with silk Is In great favor for evening eveningwear eveningwear eveningweal
wear wearSatin wearSaUn wealSatin
Satin for several months has been beenadvancing J beenadvancing > een eenadvancing
advancing to a leading place In fash fashIon fashIon fashon
Ion i on and with the coming of cool weather weatherIt
It i t Is doubtly doubt1 prominent It Is used for fordresses fordresses fordresses
dresses and In combination with veiling veilingfabrics veUlngfabrics yellingfabrics
fabrics and nd Persian silks silksMOVING silksALHAMBRA silksMOVING
MOVING PICTURES PICTURESCOMEDY
COMEDY SKIT MY MOTHERINLAW MOTHERINLAWNOVELTY 310IIER1N44WNOVELTY
NOVELTY HOOP HOOPBLACK HOOPSLACK
BLACK WIRE AND JUGGLING ACT ACTAND AYPAND
AND OTHERS OTHERSALHAMBRA OTHERSALHAMBRA
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MORNING CHITCHAT CHITCHATkHE CH CHITCHATI ITCHA T TTUE
kHE lIE eternal length of a rainy Sunday spent with a crowd of people peoplewho peoplewho peoplewho
TUE I who were comparative strangers to oach other oth r Impels me to a few fewremarks fewremarks fewremarks
remarks on the art of general conversation conversationIf
If you want to be welcome on rainy Sundays and similar occa occasions oocaslons occaelena ¬
elena when conversation Is the chief amusement let me suggest that be before betore before ¬
fore you start to tell any anecdote you ask yourself Is it intrinsically intrinsicallyInteresting Intrlnslcal1yinteresting intrinsicallyInteresting
Interesting That Is If It has no connection with myself or my friends friendswill friendsw11l friendsiviIl
will it still be worth telling And It you ou cant say yes dont tell It ItIve It ItIve ItIve
Ive often heard a bore defined as a person who talks about him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self continually but I dont think thats right I know people who talk talkabout talkabout talkabout
about themselves perpetually but who are nevertheless noverthel ss very delightful delightfulcompanions deUghttulcompanions delightfulcompanions
companions The point is they tho have had such interesting liven lIve that what whatthey whatthey whatthey
they tell about themselves Is intrinsically Interesting that Is would be beso beso beso
so even if it had no personal connection connectionTry connectionTry connectionTry
Try also al o to lose the idea that a bare statement that you or some of ofyour otyour ofyour
your friends have been to some particular place or done some special specialthing specialthing specialthing
thing Is a good conversational coin coinFor coinFor coinFor
For instance If a bright story about newspaper life Is told there Is Isalways Isalways isalways
always some one to pipe up I have a friend who was a newspaper man manonce mllnonce manonce
once He wrote the political news or If a picture of some beautiful beautifulspot boautftulspot beautifulspot
spot is being admired the same variety of bore volunteers the absorbing absorbinginformation absorbingInformation absorbingInformation
information I was near there once when I was traveling for fora a shOG shoefactory shOGfactor shoGfactory
factory factor but it was our busy season and I couldnt get the time to go goover goover goover
over
Remarks like that go well enough with people who have reason to tobe tobe tobe
be interested in you 01 and your friends and where you have or havent haventboon haventboon haventbeen
boon but as general conversation with comparative strangers strangerswell strangerswellthero strangersWelltheyre well welltheyre
theyre certainly certalnl counterfeit currency which only anI the obligation of po polltoness polIteness politoness >
lltoness ever makes people accept as the real thing thingStories thingStories thingStories
Stories involving for their comprehension much knowledge of any anysort anysortof anysortof
sort sortof of some business or sport or locality loeallt for instance lnstancand and told to topeople topeople topeople
people who do not possess that knowledge are another variety of bad badconversational badconversational badconversational
conversational coin No one on except a conversational genius can give givebrief glv glvbrief givebrief
brief explanations that really explain and many man a story or Inoldent that thatis thatIs thatIs
is perfectly good when told to the right person becomes an unmitigated unmitigatedbore unmlttgntef1bore unmitlgatelbore
bore when loaded down with explanations and foisted off on people who whohavent WINhavent willhavent
havent the ghost of an idea what It all means but who smile and say sayYes sayYos sayYes
Yes yes 09 I understand Just to get the agony agon over with withThere withThere withThere
There la plenty plent of mutual ground on which even complete strangars strangarsif
if they have average Intelligence can meet meetThere meetThere meetThere
There are enough personal anecdotes in most of our lives that are in intrinsically Intrinsically intrinsically ¬
trinsically interesting enough to be told even to strangers strangersThere strangersThere strangersThere
There is almost always some special B clal common Interest that any an two twoor twoor twoor
or three people can find to talk about aboutIf aboutI aboutIf
If people would realize these possibilities P and limitations and nd try tryto tr trto tryto
to Jive ive up to them and within them it seems to me there would bo far farfewer tartewer farfewer
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fewer bores in the world RUTH CAMERON MEnm
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Many a mother finds she has a per perplexing perplexIng perexing ¬
plexing pb exing problem to solve in the manage management mnnagement manageont ¬
ment m ont of a daughter of seventeen Girls Girlsof Glrl Glrlof GIrlSthis
of this age are very uncertain proposl propositions proposltlons proposlons ¬
tions ti ons They The begin to feel the independ independence IndependenCQ Indopondce ¬
ence en ce of womanhood yet et they have not notthe notthe note
the th e wisdom to put this freedom r om to its itsbest Uabest Itsst
best be st use u They are impatient of control controlor controlor controlguidance
or guidance Yet without it they the are areliable areUable areable
liable li able to make a wreck of many man or o the thesweetest thesweetest theweetest
sweetest s and best things of lire lifeGirls lireI lireGirls
I Girls of seventeen 5 enteen and thereabouts are areapt areapt arept
apt a pt to be foolish about the th boys The Theadmiration Theadmtrat10n Themtration
admiration ad mtration and attentions ofcyouns young men menI menare
are ar e apt to go to their head lIe d like wine winoThe winehey
They The T hey are simply crazy about them as a8moSt asost
m ost people put it It They Tho will often RO ROto 80to goImproper
to improper lengths to be In n their society societyEven societyEven societyven
Even E ven nic nba girls girl have h e been known to flirt flirtwith IItrtwith flirtith
with w ith the th butcher buteh r and baked and nd the can candlestickranker candlestickmaker canestlckmaker ¬
dlestickranker dl much to the horror of oftheir ottheir ofeir
their th eir aristrocratic mothers These Thesemothers Thesemothers Theseothers
mothers m others wring their hands in desperation desperationand dcsperatlonand desperationnd
and a nd wonder whatever they will do wtth wtthsuch withuch wtthsuch
such s uch daughters and where in the world worldthey worldthej worldey
they th ey acquired such low tastes tastesThe tastesTho tastesThe
The usual course is to scold such s1 h girls girlsand girlsand girlsnd
and a nd to forbid them to do such things But Butyou ButOU Butou
you y OU might as well forbid birds to sing singLATEST singLATEST singLATEST
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LADIES SHIRTWAIST SHIRTWAISTAll
All Seams Allowed AllowedA AllowedA
A A smart model for wear under the theearly thee1rl
early e1rl fall coats is the one we show showabove showaboe
above Such waists w lsts must not be bulky bulkyas
as they would be uncomfortable but butthey butth
they th Y must be stylish and a good cut cutThe cotThe
The waist wnlst we illustrate is certainly certainlyvery certainlycry
very cry attractive The front has a group groupof groupot
of tucks at each shoulder and the regu regular regular ¬
lar box plait closing down the center In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the back the tucks extend all the way to tothe tothe tothe
the waistline and are stitched their theirentire theirenUre
entire length The shirt sleeve is used usedand usedand usedand
and Is finished with the shirt cuff The Thewaist Thewnlst Thewaist
waist Is suitable for French flannel tat taffeta tattot tatfota ¬
feta tot silk or any nn of the wash materials materialsThe materialsTho materialsThe
The pattern 5163 l is cut in sizes 32 to toH
44 inches bust To make the waist in inmedium Inmedium inmedium
medium size Ize will require three yards yardsof yardsot yardsof
of material 27 Inches wide 2H 2 yards 36 38inches 36Inches
inches wide or 1 yards ards 44 inches wide wideThe wideThe wideThe
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Such SU < h conduct on the part of a girl is issimply Isslmpl I s
simply slmpl an effervescence of the spirits of ofseventeen otseventeen f
seventeen In a year or two she will be beas beAS I IC e
as ashamed of it as her mother is now nowShe nowShe no p
She ahould not be condemned too bitterly bitten IY r
for it It This may drive dniv her to some very veryimprudent YWYImprudent vex y sr
imprudent act The Tht Th wise mother will willpoint willpont wi ii II
point out dlplomaUcally the lack of man manners manners r ¬
ners or education or whatever defects defectsshe def defc ts tsshe Lashe s
she may find in the undesirable unde tnlble youths youthsIt youthsIt a i
It can be done in such a way wa that the thedaughter thed tI 10 e
daughter d rhter will 1U herself feel that these boys boysare bosnre bo s
are not fit associates Mild ridicule is isalso Isal s
al also o a good weapon tO IWU A girl will not go gowith SOwttJr o
with witha boy whom people Peo e laugh at not a agirl agirl
girl of title th sort at seventeen A mother mothercan mothereBD moth an ir
can also by dropping little diplomatic diplomaticremarks diplomaticremarks IC c
remarks about abo girls who run after boys boyshow 008how boy a i
show how her daughter just how such actions actionsare actionsare actioi 55 s
are regarded by the boys themselves and andbr as d
by society aoelet at large It must not be over overdone overdone ove r rdone ¬
done It must not seem to be done with a apurpoee
purpose It must be apparently careless carelassremark earela Cs s
remarks which nevertheless set a girl girlto gi ri
to thinking the sort of remarks too that thatIntimate th It t
intimate that the girl gin herself is of this thisopinion th is a
opinion There should always be an 1m Implied ix 0 i
piled compliment that the daughter of ofcourse otcoursc if
course has the same S me scorn for such suchvul su h
vulgar vul 1 actions actionsThen actionsThen actionsThen
Then the daughter should be allowed allowedto allowedto albowl d
to hay have < plenty of the ic icto
right sort of com company comJHlny our ourPOny ¬
POny and plenty of the right sort of fun funWhen tunWilen fu fuWhen
When she he finds no effort is made to re restrict restrict r ¬
strict her but only to give her the best befitthat bel SI
that she Is in a way put on her honor honorand honc ir
and expected of course as a wellbred wellbredgirl weUbredgirl wellbr ed d
girl to have the good taste to choose chooseproper chooseproper chooseproper
proper associates she will pass oy the therocks therocks therooks
rocks of these dangerous years ears safely safelySometimes satelySometImes safelySometimes
Sometimes the girl of seventeen is shy shybackward sh shbackward shybackward
backward not popular This to a mother motherambitious mothcrnmblUous motherambitious
ambitious for her daughters social sue success suecogs ruocess ¬
cess Is most trying To hold her defects defectsup defectsup defectsup
up to her will only make her more dim diffident dimdent dliiident ¬
dent and awkward In her home tf tfnowhere ttnowhere Itnowhere
nowhere else el let her feel she is surround surrounded surroundfd ¬
ed Os with love with confidence that nbc he is isa Isn Isa
a n queen with a little court of admirersNot admirers admirersNot admlrerNot
Not only should the mother dress such sucha
a daughter as prettyly and becomingly as aspossible 118possible aspossible
possible so that the girl may feel always alwaysthat alwa alwaysthat s sthat
that so far an clothes are concerned she sheIs sheIs sheis
Is a success but let the mother seek out outthe outthe outthe
the one thing In which her daughter Is IsInterested IsInterested isinterested
Interested and lot this be cultivated It Itwill Itwill
will give the girl individuality and what whatshe whatshe
she loves she will make a success of ofDiffidence ofDiffidence
Diffidence and cnnuf will vanish She wll wllbe will wUlbe willbe
be alive alert in this matter and find findher findhor findher
her friends and success In this one circle circlewhatever circlewhatover circlewhatever
whatever It may ma be beThe beThe beThe
The mother of the girl of seventeen seventeenmust seentcenmust seventeenmust
must keep a a firm hand on the reins with without without withut ¬
ot out o ut appearing app arfng however to be holding holdingthem holdingthem holdinghem
them t Through every fiber of her being Is Isthrobbing Isthrobbing ishrobbing
throbbing t with the maternal desire to toshield toshield tohield
shield s hield and protect and guide she must mustkeep mustkeep musteep
keep k eep herself in the background apparent apparently apparently apparenty ¬
ly l y let the daughter have her own head headdropping headdropping headropping
dropping d such remarks and offering such suchcounsel suchcounsel suchounsel
counsel c now and then as shows the girl girlher girlher girler
her h er best friend fn the world stands ready readyto readyto readyo
to t o help If needed But she should never neverrelax n never neverelax ver verrelax
relax r elax her watchfulness and she should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be ready at any moment to slip in a aquiet aquiet aquiet
quiet unobtrusive oar that will deftly deftlysteer deWysteer deftlyteer
steer s teer the boat past some som particularly particularlyperilous particularlyperilous particularlyperilous
perilous place placeThe placeThe placeThe
The Fichu to Be Popular PopularFrom
From the New York Press PressFrom l lFrom FreesFrom
From the looks of things from the neck neckwear neckwear neckwear ¬
wear counters now we shall all bo wear wearIng wearIng wearng
Ing i ng fichus with our house frocks this win winter winter winter ¬
ter It Is easy to make a picture of ones onesself onesselt onesself
self with a charming white fichu draped drapedover drapedover drapedover
over the bust and shoulders and the thesimplest thesimplest thesimplest
simplest waist may ma be dressed up amaz amazingly amazIngly amazngly ¬
ingly i In this till pretty retty fashion The fichu Is Isfastened Istastened isfastened
fastened at the breast with
a
rose or orwith orwith orwith
with a bow of black velvet ribbon and andthe andthe andthe
the ends fall to the waist or below Fine Finewhite FInewhite Finewhite
white net with plaittngs of val lace make makethe makethe makethe
the prettiest fichus and there are others othersof othersot othersof
of soft white mull
with plaited frills at atthe atthe atthe
the edge which are lovely over little littlehouse littlehouse littleOuse
house h Ouse gowns of gray gra or lavendar silk silkStrange silkmull silkmull
mull I IStrange IStrange
Strange Bird BirdFrem BirdFrem BirdFr
Frem Fr m the Delineator DelineatorMy DellnratorMy DelineatorMy
My two little nieces had a bird given giventhem gtventhem giventhem
them and were very anxious to sse it itbathe itbathe Itbathe
bathe On seeing It get Into the water waterfor wa waterfor er ertor
for the first time the threeyearold thrce earold chlid chlidexclaimed cliUdexclaimed ch1idexclaimed
exclaimed Why I declare if it Jsnt isntgetting Jsntgetting Jsntgetting
getting right in the water with all Us Usfeathers Usleathers Itsfeatherz
feathers on
GARDENING IN THE FALL FALLtarn FALLIrom PALLFrom
tarn the fusion Herald HeraldHave HeraldHave HeraldHave
Have you been envious of the gardens gardensof gardensof
of your our friends fr1 nds this summer Bummer and determin determined determined ¬
ed that another season will see e wou with witha witha witha
a a gaden ga den If so you may be planning planningbig planningbIg planningbig
big things you ou will do next spring and be beutte bculte
< uite unaware that fall Is now the accept accepted accepted accepted ¬
ed ed time for garden making makingFrom makingFrom makingFrom
From now to the middle of October and andeven andoen L
LL
even later If bulbs are to go in you can canbe canbe carbe L
be just as busy bus as you please laaso putting in inperennials Inperennialsthat inperennialsthat
perennials perennialsthat that is plants that grow from fromyear tromyear fromyear
year to year without replanting replantingsettfng replantingsettfngout setting settingout
out vines and planting your hyacinths hyacinthstulip hyaolnthstulJp hyacinthstulips
tulip narcissi snowdrops and other otherspring otherspring otherspring
spring blooming bulbs bulbsThough bulbsThough bulbsThough
Though you may want to have only an anannual anannual anannual
annual garden there Is yet et room for ac activity activity actlvity ¬
tivity as the garden can be made in the thefall thetaU thefall
fall and allowed to settle and get in ingood IngOOd Ingood
good condition for early earl spring planting plantingThis plantingThis plantingThis
This preparing the garden is most Im Important Important important ¬
portant of all your preparations Flowers Flowerscan Flowerscan Flowerscan
can go in later or can be set out as asgrowing asgrowing asgrowing
growing plants but nothing you do will willthrive wHlthrIve willthrive
thrive unless the soil Is in condition conditionMost condltfonMost conditionMost
Most yards that th t have been neglected neglectedneed neglectednood neglectedneed
need to be entirely remade You can do dothis dothis dothis
this yourself your J with the aid of a small boy boyto boyto boyto
to do hoavy upading but it is cheaper in inthe Inthe inthe
the end to engage 1 Iome orrie one who is up upin upIn uplxi
in the business of getting the proper pro r soil soilThe soilThe soilThe
The bed beds should be dug to the depth depthof depthot depthof
of two preferably three feet all stones stonesand stonosand stonesand
and debris must be removed rft 1oyod and the thespace thepace thEspace
space pace filled with a layer of wellrotted wellrottedmanure wellrottedmanure wellrotto4manure
manure then rich loam and on top toplayer tovlayer a alayer
layer of finely crumbled soil soilThe JSoUThe soilThe
The drainage of bods must be good and andthe andthe I Ithe
the exposure such that it gets Ot8 the morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing sun and does not suffer from stag stagnant stagnant stagnant ¬
nant water or or ° r the glare from black walls wallsIf wallsIt wallsIf
If you oU can afford to go to a landscape landscapegardener landscapegardenor landscapgardener
gardener you Ou will be sure ure of the befit befitstart beMt8tart L Lstart
start one suited to your surroundings surroundingsMake surroundingslIake surroundingsMake
Make up your our mind how much you ou can canafford canafford 1 1afford
afford to spend then see what can be bedone bedone bi bidone
done for your our price Go to the right rightperson rlghperson nighperson
person and an the beginnings will be suoh suohthat suohthat sod z
that they are but the first step to bigger biggerthIngs blggc blggcthings r zr
things hereafter hero tter not a makeshift that thatmust thatmust tha I Imust
must be discarded when money i Ia freer freerand treerand free r rand
and interest lnter intert t keener keenerIf keenerI keenerIf
If I you really want a garden not Imag ImagIne imagme
ina you want one It will bewail b bwoIl well to ti sao saorlnee sadrube
rube something else And put all the mn mney me meey maney
ey you OU can an into getting a good start startLace startLace startLace
Lace Headpiece HeadpieceFrom
From the P Ihttwidrhia a Press FTMOne rtc rtcOne
One of the features of the hats for forformal tortormal fo foformal r
formal wean is the round piece of lace lacethat lacethat lac e ethat >
that is attached to the inside of a large largeshape largeshape lang e eShape
shape just as a bandeau t is used It falls fallsin taUsIn tall 5 5in
in soft folds over the hair and looks looksquite look a auite
quite q uite like the lacy laC edge of otMV ofsave save the themark Or 0 0arke
mark m arke a breakfast cap But you have no noidea n 0 0ea
idea id ea of the becotningness of this innova innovatlon InooaUon innovaon
tlon ti on Pretty features ooturol appear more lovely 1081yunder lovol y ynder r
under u nder the softening hale hal of tulle or lace laceand 5 5nd
and a nd other faces are vastly Improved by b bthe y yhe f
the t he medium between them and the felt feltor feltor fel It Itr l
or o r satin sa Un crown of a large hat hatatk hatBak
Black atk white or metallic lace is used usedfor use 4 4or i
for f or this frill that is arousing arou lng comment commentTiny I Iiny
Tiny T iny rosebuds of narrow ribbon or small ama II IIilk I
silk I s ilk lk flowers are worked Into the lace lad 5
lessening 16 1ftnlnS < th the contrast and harmonizing harmonizingwith harmonizinith 5g g
with w ith th tM plumes of lace trimming on the theoutside tk e eutside s
outside o of the chapean The ruffle Is Isabout I Isbout i
about a bout two inches wide It t fa attached be before hi hiore
fore f ore the lining la adjusted although althou a afew aew i
few f ew milliners have arranged for a change changes cMn e ef e
of o < f lace frills by 8 series of loop and andbuttons an d duttons 1
1 buttons buttonsHow buttonsHow b uttons uttonsHow
How did this originate or nate1 Why probably probablytrom probabi y yrom r
i from f rom the fancy turban headdress headdr of lace lacetrlmmod lac e erimmed s
i trimmed t with 1th flowers that Paristennec Paristennecwore Parslennewore Panislenniore s
i wore w ore in the summer in evenings At all aUevents a 11 11vent I
e events e vent sustained by the knowledge that thata thi Ct Cthat t
t a hat with this inner frill was AS awarded Ilwald6drst awards d drst 1
i flrst fi rst prize at the great exhibition of ofchapeaux i St Sthapeaux f
chapeaux c < it comes as something new newand me w wnd r
i and a nd bids fair to be adopted adoPtedTRANSFER adoptedTRANSFER
TRANSFER PATTERNS PATTERNSOpera
Opera rescipt of tW this patters ttem ordered on cwpera cwperabelow tnQpambelow marx a aelow
below b elow place the rcwjh rcMI cr elated Aide of the pattern patterndown patta turD turDdown ra raown
down d j own on material t te be ttinaped then pms hot hotflatiron hotatfoo h ot otatirOfl
flatiron f i on the back or wcootb aids of th the pattern a araxvful
Bo B careful cot to let pattern slip
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Paris Transfer Pattern No 8002 8002Square BO 8002Square 2 2Square
Square design 18 18 8 x 18 inches for a aofi aofipillow sof ofa ofapUlow I IpIllow
pillow in Wallaclijan embroidery The pat pattern rattcrn ¬
tern is to be transferred to linen art tick ticking tIcking ticklog ¬
ing denim burlap burla or any an pillow material materialana materialana
ana 1d embrotdtred in the Usflaehian 3113chian or but buttonholed buttonholed buttonholed I ¬
tonholed stitch in any preferred shades shadesWashington sbcdcsWashington f
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Name NameAddress NameAddress h azne azneAddress
Address AddressSize AddressSize AddressSize
Size desired desiredFill deslredFlU
Fill out the numbered coupon couponand couponand couponand
and cut out pattern and inclose inclosewith 1nclo5with InciosOwith
with 10 cents in stamps or coin coinaddressed coinnddressed coinaddressed
addressed to Pattern Depart Department Department Departmerit ¬
ment The Washington Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashlngton HeraldWashington
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Hooks and Eyes EyesFrom EyesFrom EyesFrom
From the th Baltimore American AmericanWhen AmericanVhen MacricanWhen
When sewing 5ewln the hooks and eyes on onthe onthe ontire
the placket plsck t of t a skirt sew one pair at atthe atthe atthe
the very bottom fasten them and nd a crush crushthem crushthem crushthem
them flat This will keep the placket placketfrom plaeketfrom placketfrom
from ever tearing or ripping at the end endOn endOn endOn
On a a wash dress the eyes should be besewed besewed besewed
sewed on the upper flaps and the hooks hookson hookson hookson
on the lower Instead of the usual fashion fashionThe fashionThe fashionThe
The top flap can then be b ironed flat flatwithout fiatwIthout flatwithout
without the little lumps left by ironing ironingover Ironingoer Ironingover
over hooks hooksIn hooksIn hooksIn
In working on heavy materials alter alternate alternate alternate ¬
nate the hooks and eyes eesllrst first an eye eyethen ce cethen eyethen
then a n hook on one flap with first a ahook ahook ahook
hook and then an eye on the other otherThis otherrhls otherrhis
This method will hold the dress shut shutand shutand shutand
and save the wearer from embarrass embarrassment embarrassment embarrassmont ¬
ment and discomfort discomfortHoods dlacomfortHoods discomfortHoods
Hoods are seen on many man of t the hand handsomest handsomest handsomest ¬
somest evening capes Those are often oftenfinished otteQfinished oftenfinished
finished with a tassel more or less elab elaborate elaborDtL elaborate ¬
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j Lining J Satin69cayd SatinAQ f r nf1 ayd
36 Inches wide All colors and black white or cream Hadnt y yoU > u
better use a lining that will last two seasons for your our new wrap Only
C9c a yard today toda
MERCERIZED SATEENS S A TEE T B E N S 36
inches wide lustrous finish finishall
all colors and fast black 14 C
Worth 25c 5c a yard For ForSHADOW ForSHADOW ForSHADOW
SHADOW SILKS 36 Inches wide
in all colors and fast 3
For black I Worth rort 12 12e V4c c a yard V 911 4 C CIMPORTED
IMPORTED VENETIAN LINING
black cream and colors nt
very ver durable lining for torwraps 39 JVC C
wraps Worth 50c yard For ForHERRINGnONE X XHERRINGHONE
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36 Inches wide in colors OvlT 69 C
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TWO NEGROES SHOT SHOTAT SHOTAT SIIOTAT
AT CAMP MEETINGSNUlnerons MEETINGS MEETINGSNumerous MEET1GSNumerous
Numerous Clashes Take TakePlace TakeIace
Place on Eastern Shore ShoreSpeetal Shore8IHII1 Shore8edsI
Speetal t te The WaShington Herald HeraMFedernrBburp HeraldFedemhibufJ heraldFedernisbung
FedernrBburp Md ld Sept 26 Two negro negrocamp negrocamp
camp meetings one in Dorchester Coun County County Coonty ¬
ty the other In Caroline wore scenes scenesyesterday scenesy I
yesterday y torda and last night of desperate desperatefights de porate poratetights I
fights and as a a result two negroes were wereshot weroshot wor 1
j shot one beaten into Insensibility Insonstbutt and a adeputy ad6 a adeputy L
deputy d6 ty sheriff herfrt and his posse were forced forcedto forcedto orce I
to flee for their lives livesAt JlvosAt
At Flnchvllle in Dorch Dordtter t r County CountyDeputy CountyDeput
i Deputy Sheriff Brinafleld Brtn BnIna4io ftekl bad been be n told toldthat tGklthat tokthat I
that one Texas a negro roadster and anddesperate BAddrspocate an I
desperate character was s en the ground groundand srtMtndand grstc grstcand I
and that a crape era raps game and whisky selling sellingwere IclJ1ngwere
were goIng n on Deputizing several men menSheriff menSherif
Sheriff Brlnsfleld proceeded to the camp campground campground C
ground and located Texas and a gang gangof saacot gn I
of negroes near the camp ettmt Texas Texasespied Te > 8 8espec1 C
espied the sheriff and opened fire and andthe andthe aiw aiwthe I
the bullets flew 118 so thick and fast that thatSheriff UtatSberUf tha t
Sheriff BrinsfleM rlmifteld and his men fled across acrossa acrooa S
a field fieldSecuring tickSeettrIng
Securing guns they tho returned and made madentotaer madeantoher I Iantoher
antoher attack upon the negroes negTo this thist thistime thi S
t time > m compelling then th ft to flee In every ever eyerdirection r rdirection
direction Texas was shot down but butmanaged butmanaged bu t
managed to crawl into the woods and andowa ani 1
wan owa spirited away awa by friends Peter PeterJohns r
Johns was also aJ O shot but he too os osescaped osescaped osescaped
escaped Jacob Friable Frl ble was captured and andloosed ani I
II
lodged in the Cambridge Jail It li I said saidthat saidthat seli selithat I
that Friable has told the police of the tilehdtng Or e ehiding
hiding place of Texas and Johns and andtheir andtheir an t ttheir
their arrest is expected expectedAt expectedAt expectedAt
At Jonestown in Caroline County Count CountTbemas CountIThernas
Thomas TrawWrry was beatmv beatcn into In tnilenaltttttt Iii Iiisensibility
sensibility ilenaltttttt by Carl Jones and Hes In Incritical a acritical a aerltleal
critical condition The fight occurred OCCUlTeddurIng occurre occurreduring
during service and Pastor Pa tor Powell fl tMd tMdfrom d dfrom
from his pulpit when one of the negroes n roea roeaattte a aappeared
appeared attte roo on the ground with a shotgun shotgunThe > > hot < < un unTile I IThe
The negro fired but no one was injured 1nJgredOther I IOther
Other negroes overpowered him and took tookIda too k khia
his gun away awayAt awa awaAt
At St Pauls camp William Johnson JohnsonI n nwas
was as fatally shot by It Wftraer W mor Hammond Hammendbut I Ibut
but it is alleged this was an accident accldontJ accidoniJohnson
Johnson J ohn on was as shot in the stomach and aDddied an ii iidied
died on the operating table in Cambridge CtUllbrklgeHOSJII 0 0Hosl
Hospital HospitalI HOSJII ta I
I OBITUARY OBITUAEYJohn OBITUARYJolin OBITUARYJolise
John Cheshire CheshireNew Chc5hlreNe CheshireNew
New Ne York Sept 23 26John John Cheshire the thefamous lhe lhetamoUiJ Ui IC ICfameua 3
famous harpist diad in his home in West West106th West1C5th Wet 1 t10kb
106th street this morning after a brief briefillness briefUlness bili If Ifillness f
I illness Few men were better known in inthe Inthe I a athe t
I the musical world and it was generally generallyacknowledged eneral1yacknoJedsed f
acknowledged that he was the greatest greatestliving greatest11Inl great it itliving t
living master of hit instrument He was wasborn WMborn wa La Laborn s
born In England about ab ut seventythree seventythreeyears seventythreee L5 L5years e
years e rs ago and was a pupil of John Balalr BalalrChatterton BalslrChatterton Bait Ir IrChatterton r
Chatterton who was himself one of o the themost themost Ui a amost s
most accomplished harpists of his time timeCnnpnr timeCnlipnr timeCaspar
Cnnpnr Solmyler Croivninshlelil CroivninshlelilNew Crownln CrowisizislsieldNew hlehI hlehIXew
New York Sept 31 IICa Caspar IJU Schuyler SchuylerCrowninshield Schu19ICrownlnshield St StCrewnfnshleld r
Crowninshield United States consul at atNaples atNaplea It ItNaples t
Naples and son of the late Rear Admiral AdmiralCrowinshield AdmiralCrowlnshield Adiniri al alCrowinshield 1
Crowinshield is dead at Naples Caspar CasparCrowninshield CasparCrownlnshleld Caspe Lr LrCrowninahiokl r
Crowninshield studied painting at the New NewYork XewYork Ne w wYork v
York Art League and was a pupil in inParis InParis I inParis n
Paris of Jean Paul Laurens LaurO S and Benja Benjamin Benjamin Beni I Irain ¬
min Constant Subsequently he studied studiedfor sUlc1ledtor stutik d dfor a
for the consular cons lar service at Washington WashingtonHe WashlngtonHe 0 0He i
He was married In 1907 to Miss Uss Grace GraceSneilIng N NSnelling NSnelUng
Snelling of New York YorkSamuel YprkSnnloel YerkSamuel
Samuel F Pnrrott PnrrottAtlanta PnrrottAtlanta PnrrottAtlanta
Atlanta Ga Sept 26 6Samuel Samuel F Par Parrott Parrott Pa r rott
rott r ott prominent railroad man died at atAtlanta atAtlanta 1 atAtlanta t
Atlanta at the Elkins Sanatorium to tonight tonight t 0 0ight
night n ight after an illness of six months with withtyphoid withtyphoid wit h i
typhoid t fever and resultant r sultnnt complications complicationsHe complicationHe a ha
He was president of the Atlanta Com Compress Compress Coo a aress ¬
press p ress Company and one of the receivers receiversof receivel rs rsof s
of the AtlantaBirmingham and Atlantic AtlanticRailroad AtJnnUcRaUroad Atlant icr icrRailroad c
Railroad He was at one time vice vicepresident vicepresident vii ne neresident e
president p resident and general manager of the theGeorgia ti re reGeorgia e
Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad RailroadMr d dMr
I Mr Parrott was born and and educated in inTennessee InI inTennessee i
Tennessee
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Francis H WilaonNew Wilson WilsonNew VIJ on onNew
New York Sept 26 26Francls Francis H Wil Wilson Wilson WI II ¬
IIss
son s on who served two terms In Congress Congressfrom Congresstrom Congre Congrerom ss s
from f rom the Third district in Kings County Countyand Count Countand y yand
and four years oars as postmaster In Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Broo k kyn > ¬
lyn l yn died suddenly of heart disease on onSunday onSundar Inin n
Sunday at his home 1302 Pacific street streethis In Inhis Inhis n
his sixtyseventh slxt seenth year ear He was born In InOnelda InOneida inOneida n
Oneida County N Y and was graduated graduatedfrom graduatedtrom graduat ed edfrom d
from Yale in 1SG7 6
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ARCHITECT A OFFICE OFFICEOFFICIALS OFFICEOFFICIALS OFFICEOFFICIALS
OFFICIALS AT WARAssistant WAR WARAssist YARssistant
Assist Assistant A an t Kemper EempeiIs Is Charged Chargedwith Chargevitlllusnooldillation Chaizedwith
with vitlllusnooldillation vitlllusnooldillationOn Insubordination InsubordinationOn
On the return today of Assistant A tant Secre Secretary SfoctAr 5erery ¬
tary tAr ta ry Charles D Hillis Hill of the Treasuo TreasuoDepartment TrltiilUCDelrtmcnt TreasuI7epartment
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Department D epartment a controversy will ill be invo invotigated inHdsated iv ivgated
tigated ti gated between James Knox Taylor tie ttesupervising tLesuPBrviBtng tieupervising
supervising s architect and ad Charles CharJt > s E EKemper LKemper k kemper
Kemper K emper assistant supervising arehltn arehit t tCharges tChar tCharges
Charges Char of o insubordination and a 4i incom incompatibility ineo ineopAUbtUt incoatibility ¬
patibility p w were r Sled against Mr Kemp Kpmpby r rby ry
by b y Mr Ir Taylor last week and an answer answerto ao1to anw r ro
to t o these cbsrges was filed yesterday yesterdayMy yesterdayly elJterdayItl
My Itl ly reply is on Mr HIUt lulus desk sail sailMr sajMr salr
Mr M r Kswper last night JI ht 1 I am in duty dutybound dut dutbouad dutbound
bound to keep i ep loom thI secret until Mr MrHiltts lrHUIb MrUlls
Hiltts H Ulls has Mm that and decided whether whetherto whet IHr IHrto itro
to t o divulge tbefr content ceftU c atmsts w It would l lt lta to tobreach > a aa
a breach of office oce etiquette to givt g1 gituch I t tsuch tauch
such s uch information before the head offic otfiel otfielseen oiLcIcott l lseen
seen s cott them themAs themAI themAs >
As to t the charges against nat me ne I havo havonothing hay haynothlnt havothIng
n nothing to say aa My X superiors know knowwhether knowwhether knowwhethes
whether they the are true and it is for them themto themto themo
to t o make them public pul lrc as they the see fit fitSupervising ntSuperyWtng 1tSupervising
Supervising Architect Taylor said last lastnight latnl lastight
night nl n ight t he had filed charges e iIII against M MKempar l lKempar MKemper
Kempar but he had nothing to say sayon sayn ay ayon
on o n the subject before they are Invest investigated Imesutd Investated ¬
r gated ated td He H is I the technical man in inrchitects tlo tloarchitects t J rJ rJarchtteet
architects a ofllce olRc while whil Mr Ir Kemper is I thy thyexecutive thoct6CUttve th thxecutive
executive e man manIt manIt Juanit
It was wa said last night that Charles Charlesman L Lman J Jman
man appointment clerk of o the Treasury Treasurywill Treasurywill
will 111 succeed Mr ire Kemper if the th charges chargesare crargsare chargsare
are sustained Mr MrXmpf Kemper was appolfit appolfited appoMad
ed in 1SB U by Secretary Carlisle CarlislePEDDLERS CartSiePEDDLERS CarlislePEDDLERS
PEDDLERS ARE HEIRS HEIRSFour HEIRSFour HEIRSFour
Four Hebrews Said to Be Beneficia Beneficiaries Beneficiaries Beneficiaries ¬
ries of Millionaire MillionaireVienna MilliollBireVIeau IthilionaireYlomeL
Vienna Sept 31 According to news newspapers n newshere ws wspapers ¬
papers here her four Jew peddlers have haveproved hav havproed haveprol
proved to be b heirs to millions left by byLonsdsle byLoudale byLonadabo
Lonsdsle the New York brewer brewerThey brewerne brewerThey
They ne are near relatives named mod Glots Glotseensteln Glotscet Glotscenatin
eensteln cet h which hlclt was Lousdales patro patronymic vatrunRlte patrunymic ¬
nymic nymicCARDINAL nRlteCARDINAL nymicCARDINAL
CARDINAL EXTENDS GREETINGS GEEETINGSChicago GREETINGSCh GREETINGSChicago
Chicago Ch Sept 3Card1nal Cardinal Vannutelli VannutelliVatican VannltfntVa Vannut1tVatican
Vatican Va Uean prelate now touring tOUtfn America as asa asa asa
a a papal representative of Pope Pius Piu X Xtoday X Xtoday
today arrived In Chicago The cardinal car cardinalextended rnal rnalextended
extended greetings gr6eUn to the Catholics Oathollcsthe f ttbe
the city Itr and began Q a review of the SGO So Sochildren I Ichildren
children of the SCOodd Godd odd parcehial schools sehousor sehoosof
of the city as s the guest of Archbishop ArchblshJpQufgle ArchblshipQuigley
Quigley QufgleHe QuigleyHe
He authorized the t1l following oIlowtn interview interlt Interviewbefore > w wbefore
before starting on the tour of the city cityr eit
I like America Alfterlca11 all that I have seen seenof seenof
of it though it is J a small part indeed indeedof indt indtot indeadof
of your vast country I have la not not1 not16vld8ftCN notelevidences < l levidences
evidences of the great prosperity llCNJperlt WA WAhear Wehcar vo vohear
hear so much about in Europe EUlOJJeTiley Uope UopeThey
They say you are a a dollar natl nathr nathrIInd naileand > r
and I can believe < it when hen I see the rush rlshand rushand
and hum of business everywhere but 1 ltthe t tthe
the great thing is that you spend it well wellIt welllf
if I am to judge by the magnificent re rt rtUglous r rhigious
ligious and charitable ehutta institutions m mevery lneery n nevery
every side Wherever herev I have ha gone I Ih88 Ihave
have seen them and here her ia Chics Chicago go I Iam Iam
am informed I shall see more than ever everButtons enrButtons everButtons
Buttons ButtonsFma ButtonsPress ButtonsFtfg
Press tile PhikufeiBhk ta Iubae I IIe l Iadatc IadatcPaarl 7dicPearl StgK StgKPearl
Pearl buttons lead hi favor M trimmings trimmingsand trimmIngsand trimmingsand
and for practical use in the fall styles strlfsThe stylesThey
They The are in white lIite black motherofpearl motherofpearland
and dyed shades Most of these buttons buttonsare buttonsare
are very large nearly noarl all in trighteen hteen and andtwenty andtwent andtwenty
twenty twent line sizes sizesDomiglobo stzesDemlglobo sizesDemigbobo
Domiglobo and QUIt shapes are seen BreIwith seenwith
with false eyes eQ or blackrimmed eyelets eeletsOtten eyeletsOften
Often the artificial Ivory buttons are aredyed aredyed
dyed In two colors or in black and a acolor acolor
color colorMetal colorlIetal colorMetal
Metal buttons like metal passemen passem passementenies < > n nteries
terles are largely Byzantine 1n n effect effectDull ertectDun effectDull
Dull brown antique gold and silver and andhammered andhammered andhammered
hammered copper are some of the effects effectsshown efteCtsshown effectsshown
shown usually In shell pattern patternGlass paUrnGlass patternGlass
Glass and enameled buttons butto show anl animal sinitrial
mat figures figurespolar polar bears n wolves dogs dogsx dogscmounted dogscmounted
cmounted < x tnounted in silver These are rs rspeclally ccpecially s special
peclally pecial designed for ctr fur fur ur coats A few fewporcelain fewporcelain
porcelain buttons are also shown painted paintedn
In Egyptian patterns patternsAmong patternsAmong
Among novelties pendants J > ndants in imlta Imlatrons imltattons
tfons of jewels and small black and red redglass rfdglass rdglass
glass buttons are offered
EATS WHAT HE LIKE LIKEAFTERTAKING LIKES LIKESAFTER U KES KESAFTERTAKING
AFTER AFTERTAKING TAKING FREES FREE SAMPLE
It will be welcome news to dyspeptics dyspepticsto
to learn of a remedy that in the opinion opinionof opinionot
of thousands is an absolute cure for in indigestion IndlgesUon indigestion ¬
digestion and and all forms of stomach trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble and better still It is guaranteed to todo todo todo
do so The remedy is Dr CaldwellsSJTUP CaldweUtSrup Caldwells CaldwellssSITup
SJTUP Pepsin PepsinWe PopslnVo PepsinWe
We Vo all know the value of pure pepsin pepsinin pepsinIn pepsinIn
in indigestion and add to this some OX exceptional OXceptional oxceptional ¬
ceptional laxative Ingredients and you youhavo youhave ou ouhave
have a truly wonderful remedy Mr T
W v Worthy Worth of Forsythe Ga got to the thepoint thopoint thepoint
point where he hI could not even eat nt or di digest dlgl8t digest ¬
gest vegetables and after many man years of ofseeking orI ofseeking
seeking I eklng he found the cure In Dr Cald Caldwells Caldwens Caldwells
wells Syrup Pepsin Pp ln Mr Rudy Kasnen Kasnenof KasneIor ICasnenOf
of Mollne III was in the same bad pre ¬
dicament with his stomach took Syrup
Pepsin and Is now cured urN Hundreds of ofothers ofothers
others would gladly testify
It is a a guaranteed cure for indigestion
constipation biliousness headaches gas gason gason gaion
I on the stomach and nd similar complaints complaintsA
A bottle can be had at any drug store
for fifty ttft cents or a dollar but It you OU wish
to make a test of it first send your Ollr ad ¬
dress to Dr Caldwell and he will vItI supply supplya
a free sample bottle sent > > ent direct to your youraddress youraddress our ouraddrefs
address You will soon admit that you ou
have found something to replace salts saltscathartics saltsratharUcs saltseatharties
cathartics breath brte > atil perfumes and other othertemporary ot1rtemporar othertemporary
temporary reliefs Syrup Pepsin will willcure willcure wIllcure
cure you permanently ermanenU ermanenUDr
Dr Caldwell does d s not feel that the thepurchase tllepurehSlc thepurchae
purchase of his remedy rtm d ends his obliga obligation nbligaUnn obligatinn ¬
tion He has specialised In atomac
liver 11 r and bowel 00 diseases tll81a B for over OVf > r forty fortyyears rrhfJrs frtvyears
years fJrs and nd will vtll be pleased 1t > aHtl to give to toreader toreader tICreader
reader any nn advice on the subject subje t free ff ffcharge t tcharge fcharge
charge All are welcome to write rite him himWhether himWhethel
Whether for the medical m knl advice or t no o
I free samr sample address him Dr W B Cali Caliwell CaHweU Caliwell
well 5il Caldwell Building Monticello lit IJ hi

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