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SATURDAY. .DKC'KMBKIt 31, 11>H>.
RETURN OF PLAID,
Resumes Its Position as Favor?
ite For Children's Dresses.
By Far the Most Economical Ma?
terial For General Wear, as It
Is Strong and Does Not
Tho <>!.! G? \.>rit?? plaid [s again here.
?ble point In ili?
lnrity i t?. different G:???
after ctorj ma?
terial bobs U|
fully irer through a eea
The surface 'ylng.
It Is effectively alli?>d with plain ma
tarlsla In m ?Ir?
tri ? ? in i ni; for ?
llttl?? girl* ??!.
cuffs ?>r with ?mi? toned bead
?;?>r it can i>?? made ?i
ti\?? end mod -u. in Psrls Bome ?>f the
fi not coal
| ? ?1 by the lead 11 . that
? on tlds Pu,? fr??
qucntiy seen ire browa ?
Th?? texture is UMU .It. with a
stri**? of blue ? deep roller, forming
? :il Hi. - <>f plain blue
m-r^c. ? .... .> ili?*
and ih?? cosi fi
one taraje ??.??? lui?
?aotber Mes, suitable from
fourteen i<> twent)
of plain I.in?? serge trimmed erlth blue
and >;?????? plaid. This form*, a deep
sailor collar and supple rever? ?
with a band. Turned back caff? and a
! hand on t?o ??<! t<>
complete il..? Idee of ? '.?
Is .? prectat al Idee of trimming
last ] ? Puren . sanaat
of plaid and us?? as suggested The ?'n
tir?? appearance can i>?? adhered hy the
loctioa of this favorite materia!.
Umwns and ?.t??. ns form the smaller
plaid for the xaniug Rlrl In the military
?nit ertateli is hero Illustr?t.?d Tie
jacket buttons at the hide under braid
ornanu-nt- and by hook
der the Bap at th?? top. This braided
efieet is repeetad on th?- skin a sanali
?pollar ami .straight cuti I plain
brown cloth, with this is aren a mili?
tary hat of telvet, turn???! up in throe
sections and ornamented with a plait?
ed fan of gold tissue.
A la Stloa Is a combination of
two remnants. whl?h always hohl a
meesage of hop?? for home uToeaeaaat
ers. Scotch plaid Is usui with a band
Of plain blue ?>n the lower part of the
skirt and outlining the yoke and
?leere?. The Ja? k?*t worn with this
one pulce fr<>< k Is of plain durk blue
serge trlmmeil with a plain collar and
with an Insertion of plaid on the outer
edge of each cuff. The Jacket 1*
the revers large, and the erh?h
tume giv?*s an Oafed <>f ? tailored suit,
bnt it can be made at home.
Paris sends these plaid suggestions
to America with her saint ion. It la
for you to follow along the many col?
ored way?Just for a reliable and be?
To Clean Irons.
When irons t*'giii to grow rough and
?moky rub them well ou a hoard on
which has been sprinkled a little fine
salt. This will prevent them from
?ticking to star?-bed arti? les and will
make them quite smooth. It is a good
plan to rub each lr?>n on the board be?
fore putting it back to heat, so thst
HO starch will remain to he burnt on.
When ironing starched things rub the
flats over with a cloth slightly mois?
tened with paraffin before m.iug*. It
make? them slip over ths surface Ilk?
To Cleen Embroidery.
Dip ? camel'? hair brush Id spirits
of wine snd brush all over the em
"broidery untn It is quite ??le.-.n The
bnuh should ?? frequently rinsed In
some ?pure spirits in another tins?*
to remove the dirt. Tlu? ??mhrnldery
need uot be taken off the garment or
BLACK AND BLUE.
Combination Is Extremely Popula?
end Is Becoming to Both Old
Flack comliin???! with -oval or nat
tftat Udo is t.. bo ron popular this sea?
son The great odia Ht OBO of tIii-= mix
tun? ?)f colon ai that it is beconslag
alike to fair and dark women, whoth
er young or <>f adras* in? years, and
it Is nlw? ? favor.
Models of Uto urea! besases are of.
ton ataspto in onsdgn, the reaeoa of
their artisti?* effort tonalilllf fn>m the
eitlon of .rimming. s" tha? a wo?
man of atoderato Incoaao, Imi aliening
?an ?rork ?ronden by planning
out her own fttocka. Pot afternooo
? hit <?f gold lo oddlUoa wonder
fully eniiv?us ? dress aad is generally
lug t?> the complexion Gold ,???
t?r??iilery and la???? are Immensely in
if a black boaax
soften it with ? line of bino al ?
th?? i-ollar ral rows of chain
stil? h In gilt thread. ? gold dangling
collar at the base of the throat or
a tur r sqoaniarlne pendant
? k l?--.s trying and re
Unrelieved Mack is not, aa o rule, h?>
condng. and !? I tO th?> O
? th. Turn
to t: of bino.
i up ombrella, l??
so loup as it ought to. The process of
rolling an umliri'l! simp]??.
majority hold It hy the handle
ami !. -mg the sti? k with one
hand, ?rallo with the other they twist
and roll :' ? ? this they
rll.s of the cover.
I ?? kept I.
ami pressed tightly against the -tl? k.
ami then the cover should I??? rolle?! ni>.
ig the rilis thus prevents thOOl
from getting I ut of pia
pe, and the silk is
bound to follow evenly and r?>u smooth
and tight. If an umhrelln is rol
thin aa ato faahlOO until it Is old enough
to look rusty it will look ns if :
A DAINTY NEGLIGEE.
Many Inexpansive Ways of Copying
This Simple and Attractive
Little Dressing Sack.
? ? Banning atodol fo# ? ?lapsing
sack is plctarod lure. and. while It
is effective, the < onstru? so sim?
ple thai ?
opy It for the ian In
?if goods thlrtj s;v inetto? wtd<
and one-qnart( will In? Mifll
1 In th r autumn
ami winter wear, cashmere, albs
henrtol flannel or ?-hallls
will l . When a material
lees expenaive is wanted Mann?
cotton ? ???\?' ??r wool and cotton mix
aiay be BOOd,
yoke aad sleeres un? ?ut in one,
and to the lower OdfjO of thO joke Is
Join.d the plOOO that COmplOteO the
Tills is dotto BJ Btoaaa of an orill
nary seam that offers an OOtlhto fot
trimming. ? broad collar and a tie at
i-t tinisli Uto cannent,
latore are several Inexpensive and
- that this J?<ket may bS
trimm???! Por example, bias i>a
material piped with a ? ??ntrastii..
or arrange?! to ontlfato the ??<!-?;<? of tho
sack, collar, sleeve?, -imi yofeO would
he lanxBaoBrro ornoinonlttsnsi
Hands of soft silk edged with feather
?tttChhsg ami Worked With French
knots would Ih? aireadlnglj pretty ou
dainty light color??' (?n dark
Bsatoriehi bands of Perotaa in rich ori?
ental colors w? uld bo pleasing, or
bands of plain material In a matching
color could bO cl 11?orateil with a little
A neglige?? of china silk or crei*? de
chine would ??? G?? if trimmed
with frills of soft lace and the yoke
outlined with hand of the silk.
At th? Racetrack.
"Why ?ld you scratch thst boroef
?'Because 1 bare an Itching for
A y/mry Larga Variety if Soft Ma?
terial? Is Available For Making
Theee Highly Popular Garments.
Combinations In underwear were
once the privilege of the rich alone,
but now Kuch pretty things can be
purchased lu ?julte moderately priced
grades, which, especially in tills ' tubu?
lar" season, most <>f us arc willing and
anxious to avail oui -
Th.? corei aad drawer? com
Mnation is few far the most popular
The dia wen have ?!.?.??? rouoe, feo
which are attached large circular
floutK-es, thus providlaa twirUgli <d;irt
fluff an?l ! ?ut of the omission
of the teert andereklrt. ?
draw? I at the sides aud
finish???! with narrow v. ??<!? rfbtaOBV
- of this sort ar?? made
rather full, gathered hi at the waist
Une or in the tight Bttfaa style fa?
vored by stoni ero man This comtataa
taOO 1? afteu made In all over Kngllsh
: embroidery, which allows the
? COTCC to he made In
and the embroidery pattern
the eutlre length of the drawers
The corset cover and drawers com?
bination Ls Biade als? with ?
yoke and a Bounce, the latter on the
skirt this time. This model is popular
with womeu of slight build. 1
cornea the princesa slip.
v. hi? h ht ta? ? use
to the Ungerle princess gown. On the
other bar.?? ptoymenl of darts
and c?>r?'s In th?? skirt makes it Buttatale
<ar with any tIixtit fitting skirt,
the princess sM?. the favorite
> ti?l china
silk. Th? :irt are
elaborately trimmed with lace, em
Thn " r?> lnfr?-<picnt
becau- - of the Btylee,
but an- aometlnMi edopted by slender
ar?? still In favor.
eapeclslly In soft finished tc.aterlals. In
a plainly embrufclsred Preach cut mod
?1 t ?e, are rnade elabo?
rate by BM ' g and In?
For nil ?? Bbtoatloa garim-nts
soft, sh??? ? ive chleuy in I
this season. Batiste, nainsook, ?bina
silk, cotton orai*?, soft finished cam?
bric, handkerchief Unen and G?
lawn ?re all Been. I.ace and hand and
piece embroltlery are all popular as
The Bath Robe.
It is get! I enough n??w t<>
think of the new both robe tinsi aervee
iniin\ kimono In
Rianki-t materiel is. <>f eeenae, a fa
fectta, it is cut perfectly plain without
trimming and is festOBOd with a h?a\\
: at th?' waist. ?'ray.
ami gurn.-t With White or black
Itlpplo eldeffdOW Is another staple
risi, sometimes trimmed with sou?
tache braid or orith applique d?
Turkish toweling In extra thick
aeeees lu the brighter colora,
unknown. Many of thee? ar?
or piped with bands ?if satin in c??n
treating ? rhlch ajee them ?
smartness they would otherwia? ?a? k
For Blunted Scissors.
When your scissors 1 ? Bated
and require sharpening, take an <?r?H
nary knlf??. upon Which pia??? the
M if in ? f cutting. B]
drawing t:.? ? along the
this manner several tinas you
bring ye? - again Into good
THE SHORT COAT.
The short ><?:it. so many of which
are In the box style, is on?? of the
most popular of th! s ssasleha,
snd the length thirty inches is the
one moat used. TI sh..wn is
perai to the shoulders. ? li?? long lin?*s
thus obtained add much to the general
effect. Two sections In each front, a
plain back ami two side hacks, with
the uuth-rarm gore, mak?? up the gar?
ment. The vailor collar is on everything
this year, and a very handsome addi?
tion it make- to this coat. The at
are the two seam coat model, slightly
gather???! in the ?rmbole an?! finished
with a plain cuff. Any of the heavy
mannish material serge, cheviot or
broadcloth. BWeU he suitable for the
coat, and th?? ?-??liar may be rnade of
the same and trimmed with hrald or
made of satin or velvet.
PREVENT MILK FEVER.
May Develop Even After Precaution?
Have Bean Taken, and Regular Outfit
For Treatment Should Be on Hand.
To s great extent It ls possible to pre?
vent milk fever by using care in dry?
ing off the cow. providing Khe ls ban
dl?sl up to and through the parturition
period In a most careful manner. No
large amount of milk should ?>ver be
left in ih?? udder when the <ow Is
An axdalleat preenntloa against milk
is to giro the COW :i pound of
?paoni salts in a half gallea of warm
s day ?>r two prior t<> rreobenlng
if the salts .ir?? given in the form <>f ??
dren I ire should hi? tnkcn not
to strangle the cow. it is much
and snore advisable to <?-.? s probana
ni Ioni: tube BtolW fot the purpose b]
?lary houses), which will carry
the Btodklne direct to the stesane h.
Hut ??? system <>f prevention as
? ??I that is ahaolntely
tain to guard off tnilk f. ver :
timos and under ??very condition.
COWS thai gfr? '? Of very
rich milk aiay aad often <l.? baro milk
fever ???,?? when every pr?- .union baa
beco taken. The only safe metl
liandling milk fe\ er is to u?? the pre
cautions above outlined and then have
oa band a milk fever outfit, so thai if
the pre? ant ions fail the cure may he
Ktered at once. The
si^-ts essentially of a thin tube for In
sert Ion in the teat and S rnlihcr bulb
ti> st?? air through the tube,
ome flltei ini: attacbmenl to purl
fy the sir thus pumped Into the odder
?1?? ? Ime when M
Of the ? ??w s which " ' w ?th
milk fever died. At the present time,
hy the ose of the simpl? ment,
? of the
itig milk fc\cr mi)
aped Into tin ir udder?. In s clona
simple is this treat men! and se certain
? that dairymen are now en
during their 1 before
ling and as a result bave their
In so in il of
? ina and - ?1 up
ensbtad t?> secure much
better work fr??m their cows than they
wen? in the past, whef? it ?.?
aary to keep ti < ondi
Boo to eliminate the danger <?f losing
them from milk f?
KEEPS PAINT BRUSH WET.
Arrangement of Wire Dra?*m Over Top
of Pail Will Keep the Brush
Th?? accompanying drawing illus?
trate- adapted t"
! rush iu . o that
Wire Holds Pamt Brush.
the brist le? will lie submerged In the
nt.-d fiom ?Irj
It consists of a wire frame adapt??!
to be ? on t h?? t??!? ?>f t !??
and beni ?
- to form u hi, h
the palai brushes ata* be secun
Fit the Cow For Winter.
?lore than at any other seat ?? th??
milk con ilentlful supply
of feed, she Is preparing t?? l:?? into
the winter sens?iu and should do so in
ber beai physical eonxlition. It Is much
and more prort ta hie to keep an
animal in good condition than It
put her ? olitimi
.Milk or e roani thai ha?? bocoaso
warm should ????? !>?? poBTod back
int.? tho bOttlO Of ?"M milk.
What Bath is dissolved ?a the milk
will Natola t?? soil it and injure the
lavoc and keeping ?pia:. I
The percentage of fat la tho taiik of
Mently fixed I; two things
?viz, broad and Individuality.
with the year around dairying
Stahles are BBC0O0O1 COWS
can be f<ti and Batlked In a comfort?
When cows are glroo leni food than
they rnaulre for maintenance and pro?
duction the milk prodBC'tlOB nnist suf?
fer ?ir the cow.
A cow should have at lenst six
vacation between milking p<
ri.nis. If she is milked constantly she
will uot last I
A n?-r\ous <ow is preferable to a
stolid OBO ?* that she
will give ???? and better milk than
her dull, mopish sister.
It is of supreme import.anee thst the
dairy stock should be handled gently.
Wild and intractable animals are usn
slly the result of hard handling.
"Don't you believe the husband is
the head of the house, and should have
the final say?"
?iVrtainly I do "
"Then why don't you come out in
the open and say so?"
"Because my wife won't let me."
Novv They're F-jssy
"A 8L Louis girl wore men's
clothing In order to escape suitors. I
would never do that!"
"You would never need to, dear."
"Do you manage to keep s new cook
"Oh. y?Bs; we have kept on? hours at
Problem of Blouses to Go
With Tailor Mades.
Gauze Generally Being Used to Veil
Fabrics?Dull Gold Highly Popu
ular For Hats as Well
The blouse f us to
play a great part in the wanlr? '
the fashionable woman t!.
No matter what kind of jack.
when it 1 a dainty, pretty
|C or bsoe M musi si If, ??<1
with many of the Jackets that have
directoire revers the fr?>nt of the blouse
is much in evidence and therefore must
always be presentable Afteraooa
frocks are all mede m ?'in?, the Old
Ktvle oar grandmothers round BO
veulent, aad M a consequence n? ?
These blouses ar?? mad? With a tiny
traaaparent gulmi.rer white ?
Beline covered with lece? or figured net
In which are run gold or siU.-r threads.
When women Invest largelj In bl<
the aatmeal has mach bead work lu
th?? waj of embroidery <>u the a '?
layer, or orca the third or outald?
or is touched with embroidery, but the
soft.-st sad prertteet effect has the out?
hhi?? slmosl ban save for soots? be
The f th?? kimono shspB are
one With the shoulder, t! !>?-lug
ander the arms ami the blouse open?
ing In ili?? beck. Many women are
still wearing tlnlr lingerie waists and
nt colored mousse?
line t.. slip over ? a bite bio?
deal of lece is put <??? ?t??>
lug robes Venetian, milan and rose
point all imitati-'iis if one doe? not
car?? ?? pa] a handful <?f m
the real lac. 1 h
threaded with gold ?t silver that the
effect Is lik?? jeweled ?>r ? 1
work. Then a great deal of ?lark fur
Is used ?>n evening dresses in v?ry
narrow Lands, and
.\v with afteraooa fr<>. . is no
longi-r any arnihol??.
Bsndsome b ? being made
of black mou?- r black
'ih.? sha;..? ? an en > plain, ai
the insili?? or second layer of the
mousseline tln-re is a qusntitj of BB>
broi?lery dOBS with dull gold. The
emptocement or .\?.k.? is ,.f the ?
whit?? lace, and the effect le
There is nothing really new In the
little gown pictured, mid yet in ?
shop patroni/.???! by Well ?Ironed Aii.er
aad French the dress has had
great It is rather graceful.
The long lines ars Just what the
Freie-It woman is seeking. The ?????
makes ? u-oman appear young The
material is ratine, Of that ?1} I
much sought in Paris the past yeare
D as taupe <>r mouse color. The
re\.rs, trimming oa bell and
piece running down the front ar?? of
satin ?n a darker tone.
plaiting Of the skirt rut.- to the
back width only. The effect 0< th.?
back is Very pretty, being nothing but
a big double box plait, commencing at
the waist. Ra?M '- M s?.ft and rich
that it do.s BOI ??- ?I trimming, and
reni.y the b?-st finish Is stitching,
beautiful and seduetlv??. no
matter what color is used, the cou?
turiers ar?? hOBOet ?moligli to mlvise
their customer? not to im?'st In mor??
than aae gown Ratio with
rain; It BOOU lOBCB ha \clv.ty finish,
and wear makes it tlii? '
? l??r that is more or l?-ss used in
millinery this eseaOB is lapis la/.ull.
or a ?lull gray blue. Then there Is all
Hue velvet <>r hearer hats for morn?
ing wear, ami very <-harming thej are.
To be iiio?lish this color must be so
blue that It hi a In. It goes,
then, with the navy in dress v
tor never was navy blue so black as
it is this adatar.
The hat In the p?etele is ?.f velvet
the ?bade "f the trimming ?>n the
gown?a dark taupe. The quilla are
of the exad ton??, also the enameled
buckle. The fur is chinchilla. whleh
is sometimes used as a special order
to go with a gray dress.
What He Had Don?.
Td be ashamed to beg If I was s
big. healthy-looking man like you,"
said the sarcastic woman. "You ought
to look for a Job of some kind. Have
you done anything at all during the
"Yes, raa'am, I hev," snawered the
husky hobo, meekly. "I Jtst finished
doln' thirty days, ma'am."
I We Arranged It Por You, f
? IT TOOK TlMat AND LOTS OP WRITING AND TALKING, BUT Wl SUC?
CEEDED, AND NOW YOU CAN PROMT WITH US.
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? ERS' FAVORITE JACK KNIFE in this Offer. ?
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| THE WEEKLY TI M ES-DISPATCH. 6 months. .$ .50
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Normal, Preparatory and Orphan
age Departments. We have a vacan?
cy for s few smart girls in our Do?
mestic Department where they amn
earn money while going to scheel.
Write st once to INDUSTRIAL OM
ION TRAINING SCHOOL, Bos 3d?,
Southern Piace, Moore Canata, NI O,