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be difficult to distinguish it from
ah ordinary bath-robe.
All of the fashions fixed for:the
coming spring emphasize straight
line effects, Jooser even than the
silhouette styles in vogue at pres
The most pronounced change
is the disappearance of the wide
collar on suit and coat and the ex
pansion c?fthe revere." Manufac
turers decide this gives "a dress
Belted' effects, a Parisian idea,
will be niuch in evidence.
Suit jackets- will be cut on
straight lines, slightly fitted,' the
predominating lengthsbeing 26
inches and'shorter, and with ;a
tendency toward rounded front
Skirts will be cut with -few
gores and on straight lines, with
some panel and tunic effects The
slightly raised waist line and in
side belting will continue in favor.
One-sided effects will be featured.
Separated skirts will be cut on
suit skirt lines. Trimmings will
give you the appearance of full
ness. Separate coats will be full
length, with loose, envelopfng ef
Sloping shoulders, belted and
collarless' effects, long rolling re
veres, side buttoning, large arm
holes with set-in-straight sleeves
and bell sleeves cut on straight!
lines in three-quarter and seven
eighthJengths will be some of the
New tan shades wijl be shown
in coats Delft and yacht blues
will be popular, and mannish ef
fects in light colors will be very,
good. These ready-to-wear gar
ments will retail from $20 to $40. -
WHAT'S CATARRH? .
By Dr. W. C. Cotton.
The catarrh myth is about ex
ploded. Authorities agree now
that there is no such thing as
"catarrh" in the common sense of
the word, There are a number of
things that can happen to nasal
passages and cause a discharge
froip the nose Some of these
troubles are very unpleasant, but
as a rule they are not dangerous
or eyen Serious.
If your "catarrh" so-called
"bothers you, see a reputable doc
tor. ' Whatever you do, don't buy,
any patent nostrum for the treat
ment of catarrh.
For, many of these nostrums
contain cocaine andfare very h
A very good temedy is applied
in the form of salt water. One
teaspoonful to a hot glass of
water gargled and sniffed 'up the
nose" morning and before retiring.
The mild cases will disappear un-
der this treatment.
The road that leads to happiness
Is the road that leads to woe,
It isn't the journey that you make" a
That tells you where you go
There's just one highway down
the world, t
No matter where you start,
And at the end of happiness, or
You carry in your heart.