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Eight In every ever t ten n trimmad gowns gownsxnd gowns gownsmade gownsmade
xnd made in accordance with the latest de decree deI decree ¬
I cree at fashion show sh w a touch of pufnngor patting pattingor
or shirring somewhere In thane tketreomP composi bompoeltion composition III IIItion ¬
tionThe tionr tion tionThe
r The puffing is newest newe t and ml therefore thereforbit 8 8bit abit
bit in the lead perhaps but shirringmakes shirring shirringiruvkes Irrlng Irrlngnukes
nukes H good s seeo seed seedThe eoid eoidThe d dThe
The shirred hip yoke oke for example Is Isabout Isabout isabout
about the only form discovered in tho thomost thom06t themost
most recent skirts the flat Inserted yoke yokehaving yokehaving oke okehaving
having practically disappeared But the thequaint thequaInt thequaint I
quaint puffings are prettier to some someways someways someways
ways of thinking as well as being more morecharacteristic morecharacterJ morecharacteristic
characterJ characteristic Uc of the styles style of the pe period period period ¬ I
riod we are wearing this thl year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It would be difficult to even mention mentionhalf mentionhalt mentionhalf I
half the ways in which this embellish embellishment embelll8ment embellishmeet ¬
ment can be and is applied appliedIt appliedIt appliedIL I
It IL figures In everything that Is soft softenough toftenough Hrtenough I
enough to permit of manipulation CIn CInmuch In Inmuch Inmuch I I
much that is not sufficiently soft unfor unfortunately unfortunately unfortunately ¬
tunately as well
One of jts best fields is the lingerie lingerieblouse Ungerleblouse lingerieblouse
blouse of mull or similar fabric On Onthis Onthis Onthis
this it is employed omplo ed in bands of varying varyingwidth varylnawidth ryInt ryIntwldtb
width or to cap a sleeve or as a yoke yokeWherever yokeWherever oke okeYherever
Wherever you ou can put Insertion you 3oucan youcan OU OUcan
can put puffs this year e r said a clever clevermodlste chwermodhite clevermodirlte
modlste the ptherdgy ptherdgyFrequently Other ther dJP dyFrequently
Frequently Fr tuenU they jb b together instead of ofsubstituting oCsubstltuUnc ofeubstitutlnr
eubstitutlnrWee substituting substitutingWee substltuUncVee j
Wee Vee narrow rows of the puffing are arealternated area1t arealternated
alternated a1t rnated with rows of insertion and andentire andI andentire
entire yokes or hlpookes are formed by bythis byI bythis
this means meansA meansA meansA
A pretty English frock seen lately had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the whole blouse from collar to about aboutfour aboutfour aboutfour
four inches above abo the waist line formed formedby formedby
by b alternated rows of these trimmingsI trimmingsThe trimmings trimmingsThe
The upper half of the sleeve was made madeup mad madup madeup
up in the same way WB and a quadruple quadruplerow quadupleI quadruplerow
row row of it finished off of the bottom of of t the theskirt
skirt skirtIn skirtIn skirtIn
In a smart afternoon gown of cham champagne champ champagne ¬
p pagne gne tlntei tlnte 1 voile sixinchdeep rows
The new handbags and card casesshow cases casesshow CRsesshow
show even en more extravagance and beau beauty bMUty beauty ¬
ty than their immediate predecessors predecessorsThey predeceS60rsThe predecessorsThey
They The are the eoetHeat eo tHe t affairs in their re respeotiv respeeth respeetive
speotiv iioes II ever turned out outThe outThe outThe
The handbag > > are large and have long longstraight longstraIght longstraight
straight metal tops t with most of the theornamentation thtfornamentatIon theornamentation
ornamentation upon the tops instead of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sides They open by pressure on the thetop thetop thetop
top or with a clasp chJP and instead of a ametal antetal ametal
metal chan or round leather handle handl are arefitted arefitted arefitted
fitted up with an exceedingly ctylteh atyliehlooking ctyltehlooking t > lleh llehlooking
looking leather strap no wider than a afinger aflncer aanger
finger and very VeT thin This strap Is Isknotted Isknotted Isknotted
knotted in a single t le loop at the tupmerely top topmerely tDpmeJely
merely for purposes of individuality as asthe asthe asthe
the loop gives gi v quite an air of cache to tothe tothe tothe
the strap These straps are in the same sametint sametut me metfn
tint tfn as the leather Jeath r of which th the bag is ismade Iemad Ismade
made mad and when silk is employed the thestrap thestrap thestrap
strap ie of the color that prevails In the thesilk theaUk thesilk
silk silky
y The bags colons of thin dressed dre8 d leather in
dainty colors are pleated the whole way wa waalong
along the top in full pleats plea This give givequite gIves gIvesquite Ivai Ivaiquill
quite m n nit of distinction to t the bug ha g
and makes a pleated J eated fullness Culln s at tb tbtide the thetide
tide ide with ith rounded corners at the bot ¬
tom tomSilk tomSUk tomQllk
Silk bnga hI hcag are treated tre ted In the same man manner JIIaftnfor manner ¬
ner Favorite 1 alIr1te silks Ilka are large flsuredpompaduurs figured figuredpompadours ft < < ured
pompadours in which ptnk prevails pr valla as a a atl atINfMtlon atl
tl tl tINfMtlon ormtlon rstion and there in some aom soft quiet quiettint qurettint quiettint
tint as a background The straps are of ofttf oCt
ttf t e > color conr of the background
Handsome brocaded stripes of flowers flowersor owers owersor
or large spreading figures or hand handpainted bandpainted handpainted
painted effects are made m dcup up Into the thelarge thelarge thelarge
large bags and smaller figures figuresin > sln In deeper deepertints deepertints deepertints
tints into small ones ones As yet y t boaded boadedand bOftdedand boededand
and embroidered elects have not ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared in those new bags bagsA bagsA bagsA
A variation in new bag styles is a long longrather longrather longrather
rather narrow flat beg made like several severalopen Hveralopen severalopen
open envelopes laid together and fast fastened fastened fastened ¬
ened only at the bottom The center centercompartment centercomp centercompartment
compartment comp rtment has a slender metal m tA1 rim rimand rimand rimand
and clasp Into these compartments a awoman awoman awoman
woman tucks her handkerchiefs cha chamois chamols cbamots ¬
mois powder rag and any other fiat fiatthings fiatthings flatthings
things that she wants to carry carr about aboutas abouta8 aboutas
as well as her cards and bills A handle
holds these together togetherIH
IH a much smaller shape and of heavy 11 vr vrleather
leather ar are purses pu es that have compart compartments comrlftrtmenta compartmente ¬
ments on each side of the clasoed tla purse pursefor pursefor pureefor
for holding cards bills and the hand handkerchief handkrchleC handkerchief ¬
kerchief The sides come ome up two or ormore ormore ormore
more inches Inch 8 above the top of o the purs pursin pur purse purseIn e ein
in a curve that has a t curved slit in itfor it itfor Itfor
for the hand This double handle ar arrangement arrangement arrangement ¬
rangement holds the sties s < 1 of the purse purseclose purseclo purseclose
close clo e together togetherAll tetherAll togetherAll
All parses and bags except these thesesmall thestmall thesesmall
small mall ones one are made to tmatch match in geneml gen general general ¬
eral color scheme the color of ohe the frock frockwith Crockwith frockwith
with which the bag i Is carried so that thatbrocaded thatbrocaded thatbrocaded
brocaded and Japanese embossed leather leatherbags lf1thfrbaAs leatherbars
bags are re especially H lall popular because the themingling themingling themingling
mingling of color in them enables them themto themto themto
to be carried carrl with several different cos costumes costumes costumes ¬
tumes I
B Bud u d VVelSeri VVelSeriThe iveiser iveiserThe Q I
The Beverage oft ofe of ofBUDWEISEtf ofTheAmerican
TheAmerican e erica Horne HorneBUDWEISE e eBUDWEISEI
BUDWEISEtf is 1S served servedin servedin servedin
in more American homes homesthan homesthan homesthan
than all other otherb bottled ottled beerscombined beers beerscombined I Icombined
combined Unequaled as atable a af
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beverage I I II
100402500 1 402f500 Bottles ottles of ofBUDWEISER ofv
v BUDWEISER sold in 1903The 1903 1903The 1903The Ii IiBUDWEISER
The Product of ofAnheuserBusch ofAnheuser I
AnheuserBusch Anheuser Buseh Brewing Assn AssnSt I It
v St t Louis USA USAVisitors USAVisitors I
Visitors to the Worlds Greatest Fair should not fail to visit visitthe visitthe i
the Worlds Greatest Brewery Breweryi BreweryOrders BreweryOrders
i Orders Promptly Filled by byCIIAS byCI J
CIIAS CI AS MOHEW Mgr AnlicuscrBuscli Branch Washington lY s11 ngfou
of puffs or boulllonees were employed employedto emplo ed edto
to finish off of the full uJl sleeves coming comingjust comingjust
just below the ebow and abovo the theruffle theru theruffle
ruffle ruffleTwo ru ruffleTwo Ie IeTwO
Two bands of the same encircled the theong theong
4fong ong full sicr akr The edge of the pufflqg puff
lqg 1 waa waswVpin ph x away to the depthof depth dcpthof depthoC
of about an ari t h top > and bottom bottomPelerlnes bottomPelerines
Pelerines v o aft silk are formed en entirely entirely entirely ¬
tirely of the uff una un Jn different degrees degreesof degreesof
of width and fulliusf The effect is in indfescrlbably Indescrlbably indescribably
dfescrlbably and delightfully old oldfashioned oldf sh shloned 1 1ioned
fashioned fashionedIn lonedIn ioned ionedIn
In such a wrap Tap the neck which Is Iscollarlese 18collarle Iscollarless
collarless collarle s and Vshapedlstsurrounded V by b bfour
four very ver narrow narrow rows Of f puffs applied appliedhorizontally applfedhorfzontll appliedhorizontally
horizontally horfzontll below comes a deop frilling frill frillIng frillIng
Ing of the silk applied vertically vertlcaJ1 then thenfour thentour thenfour
four rows o t the narrow horizontal horizontalbouillonece horizontalboullJonece horizontalbouiiloneee
bouillonece another broad space and so soon soon soon
on onThe The mantle terminates just below the thoshoulder theshoulder theshoulder I
shoulder line at sides and in the back I I
In the front frontitjttDers Itrtap It tapers rs away aw y Into a long longscarf longscarf lon lonscarf g
scarf drapery dr8per or stofiij 8tQJ stgie t tthe thd ends o owhich of ofwhich orwhich f
which are only ony finished Off of with puffing puff puffing urr urrIng
ing ingA
A three or fourinch band of putting puttingmakes pumn pumnmakes puffingmakes
makes a dainty finish for the then neck n Jc of ofa ofa ofa
a decollete costumeTwo costume costumeTwo costumcTwo
Two narrow rows of puffing encircling encirclingshoulders one clIng clIngshoulders clingshoulders
shoulders and back about four inches inchesapart Inchesapart inchesapart
apart and dipping down slightly over overthe overthe overthe
the arm will Impart a true 1830 effect to toa toa toa
a last years ears blouse The Th trimming for forconsistencys forconsl forconsistencys
consistencys consl tencs sake can be repeated in inthe Inthe fnthe
the hip hl yoke cokeA yokeA oke okeA
A charming way to use shirring is s inthe in inthe Inthe
the form of a deep pointed pointed yoke com coming comIng c ¬
ing well over the shoulders sho rs and ending In
in a point just above the top to of the thecorset thecorsct thecorset
corset Ju front frontMany CrontMan frontMany
Many Man of the jauntiest of the new ne boleros bo boleros boleros ¬
leros are finished off at the shoulder shoulderline shoulderline shoulderline
line all around with a couple of rows rowsof rowsof rowsof
of shirring or puffs alternated with nar narrow narroV narrow ¬
row roV braid braidChiffon br braidChiffon d dChltron
Chiffon or net underslceves arc also alsoshirred alsoshirred alsoshirred
shirred or tucked In narrow bands in inI insome
some of the more elaborate afternoongowns afternoon afternoongowns
gowns I
I a a Observations of Peggy > a I
It seems to me that everyone who whohas whohas whohps
has a house or ot a little apartment which whichhe whichi whlchJlhe
i Jlhe he calls home is housecleaning just jualnow jusLnow justnOw
now if for or the wagon of the carpet carpetcienner calpe calpecl carpetcleaner
cleaner cl tner plies a It merry business and trf tl e
blftbaff of the beating of rugs awakens awakensone awaken3ono awakensone
one brave and early each morning morningvtrldows
windows Are thrown open to admit all aUth ailthe
the th air possible and also to allow due dutl du dut
f t > fly into the street and houses In Ingeneral Ingeneral Ingeneral
general smell of soap and furniture furniturepcllsh furnlturcpcJlsh furnitureix
pcllsh pcllshOt ix fish fishOt
Ot co course course rse all this Is necessary neccssaQ even eventhough eunthough eventhough
though many men consider themselvesmartyrs themselves themselvesmartyrs themsehcwartrs >
martyrs wartrs in consequence but I I believe
1 bye already alr dy made a preachment on
th the necessity of taking housecleaninge housecleaning house leanlll leanllln8bly
is nslbly and doing one room each day dayso dayso
so that nerves n ros may not be wracked nor nortempers norltmlpers nortempers
tempers lost in the process processI
I shall say ho no more therefore about aboutthat aboutthat
that but now that the actual shakeup
is 1 In progress I would like to speak spo k of ofanother oCsoother ofanother
another Incidental IncidentalIt
It t is said s ld the best bc t way to cure the theblues thebl theblues
blues bl es of course I am speaking to wo women women wemen ¬
men Is I to put on all ones host clothes clothesand clothesand clothesand
and go UJt out for tpr a walk walkXcw walkcw wantNcwthe
Ncwthe Xcw cw the best b t way to give a fresh andnew arid ajidnew aridne
new ne air to the home is to change changearcund cutnge cutngea changearound
around a I < und the furniture so that the house IIOUHJmay hOUireJIUt housemay
may JIUt not have the blues and try tr tilt
things in different positions so that thatth thatthe
the th best effect may be gained gainedSome gainedSomt gainedSome
Some rooms may need papering and andpainting andpainting andpainting
painting and the new color effect will willdoubtless willdoubtl willdoubtless
doubtless doubtl 88 necessitate ncc sltl1te certain changes in inthe Inthe inthe
the positions of the various articles of
furniture but the rooms which were weredone weredone weredone
done over last year oor may be given a dif different dl dlferent ditferont ¬ I
ferent appearance by b changing their en entire entire ontire ¬
tire arrangement arrangementTime nrrnngementrime arrangementTime
Time leaves Its marks mRrkson on furniture as ason ason ason
on people and at the annual spring up ¬
heaval several little articles will need needrenewal needrenewal needrenewal
renewal certain ornaments which hov h ha habeen e ebeen e ebeen
been In the family famll for some years enrs which whichpossess whichpossess whichpossess
possess no particular beauty have outlived out outlived outl1ed ¬
lived their usefulness and may mt be die diecarded dlccarded diecarded
carded without qualms of conscience conscienceStudy conscienceStudy conscienceStudy
Study to create simple effects this thisspring thisspring thisspring
spring Go into each room as If f you youwere youwere youwere
were a n stranger and think out its possi possibilities possli possibilities ¬
i bilities bill ties Then make the best of them themwith themwith themwith
with the materials at hands handsIn handsIn handsIn
In the parlor p rlor drawing room or living livingroom livingroomby livingroomby
room roomby by whatever title you call theroom the theroom thei
i room whoroln you talk with lth your yourfriends yo yodr yodrfriendsstand r rfrlend
friends friendsstand stand in the doorway doorwa and study studythe stud studthe studythe
the arrangement of the whole If the thechairs thechairs
i chairs are not arranged with due regardto regard regardto
to tofacfJItntJng facilitating oonversatlon between betweenthreo betweenthreo betweenthree
I threo or four people without lifting or orrolling orI orrolling
rolling the chairs about then arrange arrangethem arrangethem arrangethem
them sociably sociablyArrange sociablyArrange sociablyArrange
Arrange a couch In the living roomwith room roomwith
I with Its head hc d near a nwlndow window for read reading readI reading ¬
I ing in th6 daytime If such is indulged indulgedIn IndulgedIin
Iin In and with a little table at its head headwhereon hoaetwhereon headwhereon
whereon Is a lamp for convenience when
daylight fades into night nightIf nightIt nightIf
If there thcreare are no plants in the living or orcUnlng
dining room add a few and an be cheered cheeredthereby cheeredthtreb cheeredthereby
thereby thtreb
M I > JIl JIluWonder
Wonder What Mertz Will Say Today TodayStore TodayStore TodayStore
Store closes 6 p m daily Saturdays at 8 8p p m mFor mfJ moF7HF
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fJ 1100 oo For Fora Forarr a ai aq
rr q I 0 i Royal Blue Buei Bluevn
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av i Serge ere Suit SuitTO SUitTO SuitTO
Itll be tailored in the Mertz way vaythe the only onlyway onlyvay onlycert
way that makes satisfaction abs9lutely absyluteYbe certajn cert in n Itll Itllbe Itllbe
be made of the famous Royal Blue Serge Sergea SergeaSergE SergeaSere a aSerge
Serge thats that s original with Mertz Mertzth3t that will not change changecolor ch1ngecoJor change changecolor
color or wear shiny shinyn shinyMertz
Mertz and Mertz C009
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No Age c e Limit to Matrimoniar MatrirTIOl Moti imoniat iat Hopes
Long ago the silly pdlum that attached attachedto attachedto
to oldmaldenshlp o1 < lmaldcnshlp disappeared but evenin even evenIn evehIn
In the th days when popular notion made madea ma e ea
a spinster of forty a hopoless did undid mditlrecords indh1r undidrecords
records r > cords shows that thero was no age agelimit agelimit agelimit
limit to matrimonial hopesFor hopes hopesFor hopesFor
For Instance so long ago as liB Miss MissJane MissJane lIss lIssJane
Jane HodgesoiiOf Hodgesol r Stepney Stf if Y England waswedded was waswedded as aswedded
wedded to Henry Hulton of the same sameplace sameplnce sameplace
place An account acco nt of the affair continues con continues COntinues ¬
tinues tinuesThe tinuesThe tinuesThe
The bride who had once been noted notedfor notedCor notedfor
for her beauty boout and had so It is said saidrefrised saidrcC saidrefused
refused rcC sed lovers by the score had h d reached reachedher reachedher
her ninetysecond summer and the thebridegroom th thbridegroom tubbridegroom
I bridegroom who had vainly vainly offered her herhis herhis hethis
his hand and heart seventy years ears earlier earlierwas eaUerwas earlierwas
was two years older olderMore olderMore olderMore
More remarkable was the wedding wed ng ofJohn of ofJohn orjohn
John Jackson and Annie Bates on March
22 17DG the 101st birthday of the bridegroom bride bridegroom bridegroom ¬
groom who was three years eaJsolder older than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the bride It was his fourth marriage marriagewithin marrIagewithin marriagewithin
within two years and 10000 10000 persons es escorted escorted escorted ¬
corted the couple to the churchA church churchA churchA
A youth outh of nineteen a son of MrGraves Mr MrGraves AIrGraves
Graves of BalcockonHerts Ba BalcockonHerts cockonHert married marriedMistress marriedllIstr marriedMistrbss
Mistress llIstr ss Lake spinster aged seventy seventyApril 8evenbAprIl seventyApril
April 20 1731 and In August of the thesame thesamo thesame
same year at Bath Captain Hamilton Hamiltonaged Hamiltonuged Hamiltonaged
aged thirty thlrt married Miss Manson a ablushing ablushing ablushing
blushing bride 9f rank fortune and andeightyfive andeightyfive andeightyfive
eightyfive yearsMore years yearsMore yearsMore
More than half a century oentut ago a T Turk TurkDW ork orkOLDWORLD rk rkOLD
The Duchess of Albany is a cleverswimmer clever cleverswimmer cleverswimmer
swimmer swimmerSarah swimmerSarah swimmerSarah
Sarah Grand the celebrated authoress authoressIs
Is a firm believer In the the healthgivingresults healthgiving healthgivingresults healthgivingresult
results of doing everything by rule and andhaving andhaving andhaving
having a time for everything everythingMarie everythingMarJe everythingMarie
Marie Corellis partiality for private privatetheatricals privatetheatricals privatetheatricals
theatricals was formerly manifested In Inthe Inthe inthe
the representation represen taUon of elderly comic comiccharacters comiccharacters comiccharacters
characters which hlch she preferred to any anyothers anyothrs anyothers
others othersSeveral othrsSeveral othersSeveral
Several of the wigs worn by the great greatDuke greatDuke greatDuke
Duke of MarlboroUgh are preserved as aaheirlooms asI
I heirlooms heirlooms helrl oms in the family of which thepresent the thepresent thepresent
present under secretary secr tary for the colonies coloniesis
is the head headRudyard headRUdard headRudyard
Rudyard Kipling has drawn Ipspira Ipspiratlon Ipsplratlon ipspiration
tlon for almost everything he has written writ written written ¬
ten from the t le narcotic weed He has hasquite basQuite hasquite
quite an imposing im osing array array of pipes allof all allof allat
of which bear traces of hard serviceThe service serviceThe seniceThe
The Duke of Devonshire has a his historical hlstorl his historical ¬
torical torl al spot in the gardens of ChatsWorth Chats ChatsWorth ChatsWorth
Worth It is a tiny island said to have havebeenl havebeen
been the retreat of Mary Queen QU en of Scots Scotsduring Sc Scotsduring ts tsdurIng
during her Incarceration at ChatsworthThe Chatsworth ChatsworthThe CltatsworthThe
The Shah of Persia has a a pet cat catwhich catwhich catwhich
which he designates Tabr Khan It fol follows follOws follows ¬
lows him about everywhere and anyone anyonefound anyoneroUnd anyonefound
found guilty of treating this magnificentAngora magnificent magnificentAngora magnificentAngora
Angora with disrespect is severely punished pun punished punIshed ¬
ished ishedThe IshedThe ishedThe
The Queen of Slams jeweled thimble
Is a valti valuable aIUnb abe e curiosity It Is of goldis gold goldprecious goldIs
Is shaped like like a lotus bud and theprecious the theprecious
precious stones with which it is studied stud1edfonn studdedform
form the dates of her birth and mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage riageLord riageLord riageLord
Lord Kitchener docs not encourage encourageautograph encouragenutogTaph encourageautograph
autograph seekers He Is s said to havemade have havemade havemnde
made the the following reply to one re request request ¬
quest for his signature Young man manmake manmake
make your our own autograph worth some something something something ¬
thing mines worth nothing
shire belle who had so many in t1 suitors ste steould s c cnot e
could ould not choose hoose among them told Oneot on onof e
of the most persistent that if he would wouldask wout wouldask < l lask
ask her fifty years ears later lat r she woul woulmarry would wouldinurry wouldnurry d
marry him He Waited loyally an and andfaithfully andrafthCully d dd
faithfully for the fiftieth anniversary anniversaryand nnnlvets4rynnd anniversaryand
and she too kept her word wordA wordA wordA
A celebrated French artist who fell in a i
love in his student days da s was told h hthe by v
tho maiden that she would never marrys marry marryso
so s long as as her mother lived They Theywaited Tho Thowaited Tholwaited
waited half a century before they Were Werevitlted wete1Ilt ver vertndtbd c
vitlted vitltedOftly tndtbdonly 1Ilt d dOnly
Only two t years ears ago a wealthy maiden maidenlady maideni maideniady t
lady i l y in a Midland County provideddelightful provided n adelightful ndehghtCul
delightful sensation by marrying tte ttecut thCUI tlv tlvcurate e
cut curate ate of her parish church a yours youns ourt 3 3edl
man exactly sixty lxty years ears her junior jun r An Anastonishing Anastonishing A n 3n 3c
astonishing feature fe tUte of this mhrnagc m rrmg 3d c
was hat as n girl the aged bride h ha d
been engaged to the curates grant
fath father r and perhaps it was lh thO < J memoof memory memo memoof
of tttte ancient romance which ins inspired inspireda lreJ lreJa edl
a n sentimental regard for th the youthful youthfulclergyman youthl1iclergmnn youthfulclergyman
clergyman who under und r other conditionmt conditions conditionsmight conditionsllfht s
might mt llfht ht have been her own grandson
Not long ago a maiden lady lnd of over O ote r reven
Seventy even tcra created ted considerable sensation
in the West country by marrying he heccachmaii her herccachman hercc r
ccachman cc achman She promptly dissipated any an y
idea that thatby it might be a match of sen
t timent nient by b y settling an annuity on ha her h 1
husband hu bnnd on condition that he neve nevecome ne necome nevecome
come within twenty tWent miles of her house houseana houseanCA hous housano
ana by letting It be known that she had hadonly hadonly hadonly
only married In order to spite he henephews her hernephews hernephews r
nephews and nieces with whose hose con
duct she Sh was displeased and who wh i r
through her marriage would lose the theleverslon thereversion th threversion e
reversion of of her estates estatesTHE estatesTHE estatesTHE
It is claimed that a bad cold can bu bubroken hI b e
broken up by b the patient remaining in indoors jnors indoors ¬
doors ors and indulging in a liberal diet of ofoilons oroklons o ooitons
oilons It need not be an exclusive exclusivediet exclusiydiet xclushedit e
diet but It must be a liberal one An Anonion At Atouon Auol1on 1
ol1on onion cure breakfast includes a a poached poachedegg poachet poacheregg 1
egg t E on toast three three tablespoonfuls of offried urfru u ufried
fried fru d onions and coffee coffeeLuncheon cotreeLuncheon coffeeLuncheon
Luncheon of sandwiches made of ofbrown oCbrown o obrown t
brown bread breads s buttered and filled wit witfinelychopped with withfinelychopped withfinelrchopred h
finelychopped raw onions seasoned seasonedwith season seasonwith seasonewith d
with salt and pepper makes the seconmeal second secondmeal secont secontmeal d
meal on the schedule For dinner the thecmons tbecnions tb tbonions e
onions may be fried and eaten C ten with withchop a achop achop ea
chop and baked potatoesOnion potatoes potatoesOnion potatoesOnion
Onion syrup s rtJp Is s claimed by some to t be beunequaled beunequated h hunequaled e
unequaled as a cure for a bad cold t tthe lu luthfr 111thE
thE head headOnion headOnion headOnion
Onion plasters are prescribed pres r1bed to brcal brcalup br brup breatup t
up hard harcoughs coughs They The are made cf c r
fried onions placed between two piece pieceof pieceSor pieceof 3
of old muslin The plaster Is ma maquite mad madquite made madequite e 3e
quite hot and placed on the chest t tstay tstay tstay >
stay overnight overnightSTEVENSONS overnightSTEVENSONS overnightSTEVENSONS
There Is one fable that touches very verynear verynear ve venear ry
near the quick of life the fable of th thmonk the themonk themonk rye ryd e
monk Who passed Into the woods wo ds heard hearda hear heara d
a bird break into nto song hearkened for fora fora fo foa r
a trill or two < and found himself on onhis onhis o ohis n
his return a stranger at his convent conventgates conventgates conven convengates t
gates for he had been absent fifty fiftyyears fiftyears flft flftyears Y Yere
years ears and of all l1 his comrades comra es there theresurvived theresUrYlved th thsurvived ere
survived but one to recognize him himAll himAll
All life that Is not merely mechanical me mechanical ¬
chanical is spun out of two strands strandsseeking strandsseekIng strandsseeking 1 I
seeking for that bird and hearing him himAnd himAnd
And It t Is just this that makes life so SOhard s shard d i
hard to value and the delight of each eachso eachso eac I Iso
so Incommunicable IncommunlcableR R L I Stevenson
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Tomorrow we offer you a lawn Wrap Wrapper Wrapper Wrapi
i per > made of good material in neat stripes stripesof stripesof stripesof
of blue pink and lavender also the blackand black blackand blackand
and white full front with yoke stylishly stylishlytrimmed stylishlytrimmed stylishlytrimmed
trimmed with ruffle and wash braid The Thenew Thenew Thenew
new shaped sleeve with witncuff cuff excellentwidth excellent excellentwidth exceIIentwidth
width skirt finished with full deep flounce flouncesizes flouncesizes flouncesizes
sizes sizes 34 to 46 These wrappers never sold sold75c soldfor soldiQ
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A splendid house petticoat made of good quality striped ging ¬
ham cut full width finished with deep double flounce others with twosmall two twosmall twos
small s all ruffles gored at the top on a French French yoke with draw drawstring A Q
string length 40 to 43 The 75c values alues SaturdayThese Saturday SaturdayThese 4 r 9 U UGive C
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Give the Top Notch of Comfort ComfortOur
Our stock is made up from the products of the leading corsetier corsetierin
in this country They are graceful and shapely models firm and andstrong andstrong andstrong
strong where strength is needed easy and pliant for the th action of the thebody thebody thebody
body This word of a few most popular sorts
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short hips attachments for garters
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Being that there are but six left we hurry them out at half halfThey halfThey halfThey
They are of Black Taffeta Silk eleven el ven gores each gore sidepleated sidepleatedwith sidepleatedwith sidepleatedwith
with foot pleats at bottom This is a remarkable opportunity for finewalking fine finewalking finewalking
walking skirts at a little price
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entire roll of Matting here in inorder Inorder
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sell Matting In any desiredquantity desired desiredquantity desiredquantity
quantity at roll r tJ prices snd nd our ourman ourman ourman
man measures your floors 110 rs and andtacks andtacks
tacks It down free of cost Thevery The Thevery TheVCr
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Japanese Mattings are here hefeHelp hereHelp
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than those of the department departmentstores departm nt ntstor
stores stor storesand sand and on credit Baby Car Cafriages Carriages
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endless variety arlet Furniture for forevery forevery
every room In your house Pay Payments Payments ¬
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enjoys the same sa me privileges as ourselves our ourselves ourselves ¬
selves in giving out these banks banksAVe banksWe banksIle
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your roar new new Savings Bank I an a man manwith manwith manith t
with ith a a moderate salary and often it hasbeen has baadue hasf
been quite a pull with me to raise th tha9 tha9due S t
due every month but now I find the thenti J1f if ifliculty
flculty nti has vanished V J Each T7nl of the Vk i ichildren four fourchildren fourchildren t
children hare agreed to put in the bank bankt
t 25 ° 5 cents every Saturday turday night I put in a adollar adollar
+ dollar and mother eTeIY time abe goes bOCSshoJlp goesshopping
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memorandum is is kept of the payments paymdl put putInto putInto putinto I
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tion with ith the children to see e who can cangather ca1ather cangather
gather ather the most stray dimes tope the success IUCCe IUCCeful successin uccessful
ful in one having the privilege pr i1c Q of carrying carryingthe carryingthe rryfn rryfnthe
the bank down to the office to be un unlocked u1lockccL tmlnckerL ¬
locked Instead of tS c 3 called fur r per permonth permonth permonth
month we have 12 1 or l5Come 15 15Come 15Come
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