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SATlttnW.JINK ?. 1908.
FIXING OLD CHAIRS HOUSEKEEPER GIVES POINTER ON ECONOMY. Declar a Work Is aa Much Fun aa Fit? ting a Dress, and Explains Meth? ode Which She Found Successful. "Re-covering an upholstered chair with pretty new material is ?? much Tun as fitting a dress." observed an ingenious housekeeper. She speaks from very recent experience, for she has just finished re-covering an entire family 6uite. furniture wasn't in bar*, con? dition," she hastened to cay. "It ?as merely .shabby. So I ripj e-1 the old covers off and cut new on?1' "Tapestry is remarkably ? -ks ?ore very nice about letting me lay my old covers on the mnteHal to i?v Just bow much I want? I and andai of furniture tapestry an Into aechtlea, you see, pci It is foolish to buy an inch a ?a one n? "Th? ! had such I ing my se; is that I was 'k. and bad all the ? right at hand befor? it. There were a few I Istery, ? iddlng to fill them oui old lining rien?-? lining and that < b I pinned ? ? cut ou? as a for turning ? dleagrn aally ittlng it < k. but m all to lay it in position on the seat of thj chair and pin it Oraty In place at the back ad b it as firmly as ? can and t Ot In ? I !'?ng the front. \<>?? j la ? rking ever it until every wrinkle rntnoved "I ?a.?? very careful ?-1th my furni? ture to have a'l the alike. Wl?? hi plnn?-?d as smoothly ? : the leavtag about an inch to turn in. and BM more Tins to Fold it in with. ? the 1 too rav elly. thin turning in b-n't gneeeeer*,be? cause the gutmpe ?-ill cover it. "Culnipe will cover a multitude of sins, and I think it gives a pretty fin? ish If gntnipe ? ? ? one n?^ . the material down with. <>? om nion tacks can d. and one n?'?'<in't be too careful abou? distances. 1 us??d carpet tacks to finish the thick-1 er plaits. For the guimpe, it is best ij<?t the tlnj upholstery tacks, and one must pat th?*m. In nr intervals to give the right finish. I had a piece nf cerdbeerd .-tire by and ? a the intervals with chalk on the frani?? of the chair. "Tufting the seat of a chair i? al most Impossible for amateurs, so I didn't attempt it, but I found a fine way la tuft the arms of my sofa I saved the old buttons, and before send? ing them to be recovered *ith bits of a sharp steel hrad throi.. of each one. Then I mem ured the distances for the places ?la?re they should go, marked each one with a piece of tailor's chalk, and drove the button into place with the hammer." Since it is no longer the thing to lave dry. dead-looking hair, women are doing everything to regain that glossy look ?.! \?,. D ?**?*??? that has been . ng from constant mis? use. One young woman who has trav? eled in the orient has adopted the Chinese method of polishing the hair with cloths A little oil is sprayed on .?? hair and braids are rei h it until they ? re is a ? :.attnc tion ? id oilinees, care musi rj litfl?? oil is us Bat col or, whuh makes the hair Benight!} In a day or two. T? ? procesa, if thOTOUghl: :M bo*,: a or Si : thiee or fonr days. Falling hair ia a m?>si common com plaint and one which causes great de not knirw that their st:r ?!:h is directly the cause of loss of hair. In correct? ing this conditi? ? attention to one's ". general heal: V . ost important consideration of good, fresh air, modi vise, attention to and sufficient re*t are important remedie?. wltL,v.ut which no ban : much aid. although th? t- lligently selected, is to be recom? mended also. A no; he? remedy which Is most helafnl ia eases of facing hair ia scalp massage, appHed daily in extreme cases A great cause of fall? ing hair in iljs t?-entl"th century is worry and 11 ring at Mgh pressure, particularly the ??instant rush and ex? citement of life In large cities. The wear and tear on -< are pro? ductive of the meist telling Iln??s In the face as well as ruinous to the healthy, luxuriant growth of hair. NEW FREAK IN MILLINERY. Elaborately Trimrrfl Confection Worn on Side cf Head. The hat that is )amm?*d ?lown over the heacl In a way to obscure one sHe of the f:i.-e. if r.ot to produce a total eclipse of one eye and ear. Is the latest manifestation of headgear This hat Is of ? : six??: the left side rolls up high and ab il ly Wide hands of folia.:?? or flowers are seen on many of the smartest high crown afternoon hats. A becoming mo.l? straw an.l had the hlch crown and narrow b Kin 1. *i?ie band nr? I At tbe high ta re waa a rtcl bbon. On a ? of fm . ? r at the si?l??. ? la a wi.l.? ? rout ' .??r's, and I' ! SIMPLICITY GIVES IT CHARM. Visiting Dress in Sever?? Style Is Much Admired Cottjme. This dress is tt. ?f the favor. Th?? rh.irni ?.?ft! tea In its excellent r . I cut Our : .Iffon cloth; tl. f the skirt wr:., which is Th?? k:; horlr the from ? and Jarg? with WOTS ???:.? Bl ii la a ne of the sa.ni?? color as the cloth Th? yoke le finely tacked, and the sleeve? are ? Crin oline hat. tri:. und ? feather aw Materials required f : trees: ? rara*? 4C tache four yard? trimming. Adjustable Capes Convenient. To offs?? ; bur- ' dened with at. coat. *many ?romea ivlng at? tachable . rions of varying lengths one reach? ing ta nid back, and vide nicely for any additional warmth d and are excev'dingl-y becoming save to an unusually short and figure. Hut they are r. ed to trim the coats which are as congelen? tlously t suit. Th? anou> d?r forma and ?"ide. bit not avkl ly voluminous. tllf ad fronts and backs, well ? >out the bust and hips or skillful I into deep, wid? with nar? row bias bands. This Year's Foulard. The dlstinc: e ? f the foul? ard In ve .t Is the sim? plicity of rrocks are not everloa !? I with laces and other eia! is in for? mer times of favor. [?atead the ma? terial hi f?FhliMi? ?i s!; artis? ti cal!y, the the beau? tiful pattern of ti.? so. The atiacosa Just] ar is worn with a dainty lin The front < i by the overlapping of th?? bottoabole scalloped left which are a half dazen sa : buttons ruaalng ':i>:?> ? | of the cut o.u nock t?> rl??? isa ? \ wide band of ?>rthe hem, and betwees this aad the is another of the same width, which terminates in BBttoatraaBBBOd points Just below the knees. Brown Rubbers for Brown Shoes. It Beata? t.? be a compar?t i vely un? known fact that tan rubbers and tipa are as easy to obtain as are the black overshoes. In fact, black shoes are often provided just for use In rainy or snowy weather, because while brown boots and low shews are preferred for ordinary wear, black are worn on the damp days, because the combination of black rubber and brown boots is so ven' unattractive. Brown shoes ar? decidedly fashionable at piesent, and the tan rubbers, when they have one? become well known, will do much to keep these smart tan boots In vogus. Drastic Measures. Springtime Bard?Ah, Miss Rose, what should a young man do when he ia keyed up to write spriag poetry ? Hearties? Maid?He should be locked up.?Chicago Dally News. HAVE WIDE CHOICE FASHIONABLE FABRICS SUITABLE FOR MATRONS. Present Season's Fashions Kindly for the Woman No Longer in the First Bloom of Youth? Silks Come First. This Is a most kindly fashion sea? son to the matron, for never have lines In gowns been less trying to the mo tronly figure nor (ahrb-g better suited to the slight tendency to ?b?^elty which is very apt to appear when the woman passes 40. First, as to fabrics. The most de sirable effect to obtain In your house gown, party frock, dinner robe?every piena of wearing apparel save the most decided tailored modes?is straight ness. and for this purpose the home dressmaker must select the clinging fabrics. In expensive goods this includes all the very soft silks, in which I wish to Include particularly the crepo finished foulards, which are exquisite in color? ines an<1 ' about imo dollar a yard ? Is the chiffon fou? lard, and still another the soft-flu messaline. There are also innumerable ? with silk and satin stripes in beautiful colorings. Taff??a silk, unless In a very soft, satiny Batah at a high price, is t to silk in point of ; for the matronly t: nets, l"i]<-t. princess and chantilly pat? terns in lace. ? r in black or white, are made over a white silk foundation. Incidentally. a well known modlet? states that the ma? tronly figure require? for su: frocks a lining of finest habitue, never taffeta, to secure slenderncsa. In wash materials the best fabric for clinging gowns Is mull either in silk or the clever mercerized imitations of silk. The woman with a tend to embonr .id ?e<li:l?msly avoid at iff. wiry materials of any sort, and her skirt?, in particular, should be made to hang loosely around the waist or rather over the hip line. The skin? tight skirt Is extremely trying to the stout won. Many women who are either very short, or too stout for their height, ask me whether they dare to wear a bordered or trimmed skirt. That d?-pends entirely upon the ad? justment of the border or trimming. Vandyke points In the border are cer? tainly less trying than the straight or scali. * t. and three graduated folds, or bands, of trimming cloae to the foot of the skirt, are less trying than either a broad, solid band or trim? ming which Is arranged to run almost to the kn? The princes? gown, made from soft, clinging material, la much better for the matronly figure than the two-plee? dress with the connecting girdle. In f?ct, the princess, with the sugp of a short waist line or empire girdle In the back. Is a real boon to the stout woman, provided she does not make It skin tight. A princess frock laid In fine tucks over a chemisette of lace or net Is far better for the motherly figure than ono absolutely tlght-titting, In heavier fab? ric, however carefully It may be tai? lored and fitted. A word as to coats. The mature woman will find that a Ixmls or cuta? way coat, finished with deep points. Is >nt for her use. The newest coats have only one or two buttons, an excellent feature for warm weather. Some excellent modes for matrons are shown In this connection. One of the smartest is the princess skirt with donblebreaeted empire jacket. The skirt has a shaped panel down the front, and is cut in seven gores. The house gown pictured is gray messaline, banded with darker gray ailk and braid, and shows one of the desirable uses of the plaited skirt.?Boston Gl<t Gold-Plated Rosebuds. A new fad for a stickpin is a genu? ine rosebud heavily gold-plated. The Idea does not sound particularly at? tractive, but if mint leaves and violet blossims may be candied, there seems no reason why unfortunate buds should not be pretrifled by the appli nation of a good quality of gold. They are used not only as p?as, but also as watch fobs and pendants, and a smsll pearl attached here and there auecessfuly carries out the illusion of dewdrops Clinging, to ma ctoaer. all my own Warma ray heart for th??? alen?. Rvery nerve reaponatv? thrill?. Each careaa my being nil?; Reet and p?ac? In vain I era??. In ?x-ataay I llv?. thy atara; Power'd with hop?, with pronte? blast. Thou doat reis? upon my brast; Closer etili, for I am thin?; Burns my heart, for thou art mine, Thou th? m wee a ?a. I th? wir?. X th? furnace, thou the fire; I th? e*rv?nt, thou the maat?r? Roaxlna, red-hot mustard plaatar MOTE? WWM.M1UXR. ^rla?i "t enoraicToa _, WITHIN ONE BLOCK Of 5TRL?T CAR UNES JHATTAKEYfU ff ? TO ALL .PASTS OF THE TCRflS REASONABLE itCONDANO LLIGH STO. tCMMO/MP? \SA\. Hat Repairing. Silk, Stiff and Soft Felt Hats Cleaned. Blocked, 25cts; and 50cts Binding. Bands. Sweat Leathers, also Soft Hats made to order. AMERICAN HATTERS, 404 E. Marshall St. ^EverythingHver> thing: % I? FURNITUR ? -I % Floor Covfrings-KtI ISYDNQR & HUiVDL Y, INC. I f ^mmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ? 1 Leaders. \ a? 7o9 711 7x3 EAatT INROAD STREET. & *!* ?5 *>>S*?<LV3*:^>:>^^a<^ WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO. She can say : stick to It for all t: She can also ear "No," In such a low, soft .'it means "Yea." She csn sharpen a lead pencil, if you give her plenty of time aud plenty of pentita. e caa dance all night in a pair of shoes two sices too small for her and enjoy every minute of the time. She ?an l<?vk 1er husband square In the eye when b? tells her some < a k and bull story about being "de? tained at the of ? 'hont betraying in the least that ahe knows him to be a colossal Mar. She can cruru;>!e up ten dollars' ils. and ! I spool ii an order to have it iieli\er?-d four miles away. In a that will tianafll the proprietor of rhe establishment with admira She can- hut what's the aee? A woman can do anything or anybody, and do it She ? an do 'han a man can in an hour, and J it t tter Yes. a woman can ilo ?very thing with but one ? a ? climb a and only rery occasionally find her own pocl SO SILLY OF HIM. "I've just had my hair shampooed with champagne " "There's always so mu<~h sham about girls' heads!"?Chicago Journal. Every Time. Few men are there beneath the skies To whom a name 1? not s prize; Bt.t man Is only human. His name h? will not sell; but when The time arrives, fof nothing. He'll give It to a woman. Sounded Insulting? Sam?What's d' matter with you aad ?CniaaT Susan?Matter nough. She Insulted my friend. Mr. Jackson, what called on me las' night. ''Insulted Mr. Jackson, did eher "Date what she done. She asked me who dat 'er? nocturnal visitor waa*"?Yonkers Statesman. Nothing of th? Kind. He (fiercely)?W? doa't need that rug any more than a cat needs two talla. How often bava I told you, my dear, never to buy anything because It la cheap? She (with air ?of one who baa got the better of an argumeat)?But it wasn't cheap, my lev?; rt coat $15.? Royal Magazine. A Chang? of Diet. First Moth?How do you do! Wbsrs are you living now t till living in the same old fur lined overcoat. Am" : -th?-I've had to move. My doctor ordered me to ?3at nothing but antique orientals, so you'll find me In the rug room. Brutal. He (embracing)?This Is hesvenly. She Beatati li?? Seraph She Duine: | ! He?Celestial! ! !? ant (entering)?Miss Alice, your tri)>e sod onions is ready. Virtue a Necessity. C?There is one thing for which mankind. 1 think, deserves crediL Y?What might that aThee you think of all the liars we hi ?? has never been one who claimed | ?t he had seen the north pole A False Impression. Aunt Beam, anr dear little Charlie is enjoying the apple auntie gs ? biting first tl..? that?the little rog I'm not I m doing that to dodge the norm ? it.? 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Mark? Dcnmiefl Co?*v??tGHTe Ac ? ? rone ?en ?tt ? f a ?krtrh and dfKTintlon nay aut.-i.ir ??j<??rta ?? ?.i:r oMi.K.n Tree wt ?-th^r an lavandoli ta pr..hat>;r pn.l?iit?til?*. ( i.ii'muiijf?. li?;a?ir,otlr?? "?'- '? ??' ???????? on I'atanu aent fr?>?v Olrtcet ... ???urir.? patent?. l'atei.:* Laaetl tt.r..u?.-h Munii S Cu. receive nx.-uil luAice, without claiye. la the Scientific American. A han?1?om*tv lltnvfraf???! ?r??elr'v. 1 jtrcaat ?tf?. ralati? ? t? if <?? u:<? J.?i-:??l. 1 crii.?. $3 a Tftr: (.lurm. tl.?,$L 8?>?4 l>j?ll new?<i*a)era. MUKN & Co.?e'e~-? Hew York Bra-'icb Office, OS ? t?t_ Waabtoatun, l?. C. JURGEN'S SON Before making your purchase you would do well to call at the most reliable furniture house in the cit}' and see the fine line of REFRIGERATORS, M \ttint?;s, OIL-CLOTHS And in fact everything that is needed in house furnishings. RU<;S AND CARPETS Of every description; also the latest designs in ROCKERS and special CHAIRS. Our goods are tbe best for the price and the price is very low. C. G. JURGENTS SON, Adams and Broad Strbrts. m?immemimi?ts&k>msm iii''i '?''?-aai.tiwtm\ A PROBLEM SOLVING INSTnUTION. TO OWN YOUR HOMBJ?EANS TO SOLVE THK NEGRO PROBLEM. WHEN BUYING, HEN SELLING, HEN RENTING PROPERTY call on the PEOPLE'S R E AL ESTATE ? INVESTMENT Co REALTY IN ALL OP ITS BRANCHES 707 North Second Street, Richmond, Virginia. Telephone, 4S54. \V. t?. I'KNNV, Se .eisry J.J. CARTER, President. ? ?4? ******************** W&* Zbe people's .Restaurant, *?& -750 North 3rd St., Richmond, Va MEALS at All Hours?Hot or Cold. Board bv Day, Week or Month. SOFT DRINKS. POLITE ATTENTION GIVE ME A CALL Mme. SYLVIA L MITCHELL, Proprietress. *************&********* 'Phone. 577. Richmond, Va A. D. PRICE, funeral Director, Embalmer and Liveryman. All orders promptly filled at short notice by telegrsph or tel? ephone. Halls rented for meetings and nice entertainments. Plenty of room with all necessary conveniences. Large picnic or band wagons fjr hire at reasonable rates and nothing but first class, carriages, buggies, etc. Keep constantly on hand fine fun? eral supplies. " -*?? No. 2?2 East Leigh Street.-asa??* (Ilei? Idonee Next I>?K>r.) 0? V VII. !>\Y AM? M,;ilT.?M.in on a>aty All Night. The J V Hawkins HAIR GROWER ?fc RESTORER ! TRADE BABE Kr'.ilSTKKKIi, Has proTed to be a fortune lo ninny <?f tho unfortunate?, who BIS t?>-day delight???! with its won tlsilai laaalta. Th?aaattai of thin ir? st hair preparation naturally ?lari?? it in a Basasti all of it? 9VB| an?! th?? glowing vrnis 11 rai?k our patrons speak of it re ta? rs of its satisfactory re? faits. We can well boast of a large patronage throughout this and other State? and also en joys the ?) mim Dilution of the very best white and colored people in th?? imni?..i*ii? oommanity. In order to convince the most skepti. al readers of the merits and results of the J. V. Hawkin*s Hair Grower and ssaasorar, we will from time to turn? pn.dnce in print the photo?rapn? of those ?,????(? os permission to do so. who S^BBy-have used our preparation ami are to-day "ajaj, among the many bearing witness of its genuine qualitu? Ufa lo BOS desire tiie ?pOBsiaakoaof those expecting a miracle or anything unrestsoualile. Our prepa? ration is a nature! and pure compound, the ingredients of whu-li we would no? hesitate to put in print We will just her? remind th?? public that the United ^'aios Govi rnmeut has placed national patent rights ?>n <ur hair preparation by \vaaBB) it ?? protected and we are in turn responsible to the government for hon? est methods and sqnare dealings. It will positively remove Dandruff, Oure Scalp of ail impurities, Restore Hairnn Oleavn Templet or Bald Meads, where tbe roots ?are not dead A'JaT'I'Kh e.h;?85 eta. per box; eight boxes, $2.KOexprena prepaid. The Face Beautifler makes the nse of powder entirelv nunec?nsaary. and is perfectly harm lee?. Bale prices; 25, 60cts and f 1.00. Mor ry can be ?ant by Post Office Money Order or Express Money Order afa?**** < cBsrge ?? 10c ta. ex ir? in imposed ?? ?H ont of city ordre*.'?*????? Address all communications to Mme. J. V. HAWKINS, 612 NORTH FIRST ST., RICHMOND, VA "^"?^aaT Telephone, 460 \ . t*"?~~~ ?Correspondence Strictly Confidential.?*2??^ ?:yc>^W"i:y.^:&fizv:y:?.?v^--:?iy>,^ ??????????????? BSaaaal aW "EsbsbEsI W. I.JOHNSON, jFuneral director anb Embalmer, Office & Warerooms, 207 N. Foushee St. Cor. Broad. HACKS FOR HIRE. Orders by Telephone or Telegraph filled. Weddings, Suppers and Entertainments promptly attended. Telephone, 686 Residence In Building. ?,:- I.? ??-;-?*.-..'.. , .-:?.?-? v.:-.,-. . r-.-ks . --"-.: -.:-..-:. G???. D. D. UUUCE. M. D?. Strange, Wonderful, but Trae ere the awe stricken tests given by The Great Australian Medium. I'llOF. D. D. 111:1 1 K. M. D. the only Living Apostle af Science of the Mysteries. 904JOO in Uo?d to any one In the .. soserng more power than any four mediums combined. No card, trance or hand humbug Or?ate?? Hindoo Medium Us the World. 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Rheumatism, Insomnia, Hysteria and all Dlaeases cured. Points giv? en on Horse Racing and all Games of Chance. No matter what alls yoo, come and see this wonderful man. Read? er have you noticed that some poo pie have a hard time to get along, no matter how they toll, while oth? ers have success. Many wealth.! men anJ women owe their success ta this wonderful man. He will tell you whom yon will marry. Will you bo happyf He will tell you w*>o your friends and enemies are. Can yoa tall? Dont take a leap ?n e dark, but be ad? vised by this wonderful man. Great? est Prophet In existence. He slwsvs Succeeds ?rhea others rail. This is XL?' chance of a life time. Doo't lot It pass you. Onu? hoars: ? A M lo ?IB P. M. 8und*y * : JO to 7:1? r>. M ?. ?.?Oar consultation Pee le SO canta. SKttnga, 11 0?. All let? ters containing tl OB will he snswsr ed le fall. MAIM OPTIC*: 51? S. Mh St.. Philadelphia. Ph.