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JOY BROUGHT Costume Dress INTO HOME . ; Fall Fa XXX X CXXX JL 14, T VX By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, Restoring Mrs. Benz to Health JJ4 Altoona. Pa. "I am writiner to tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tjompouna nas done for me. We have had six children die almost at birth. From one hour to nineteen days is all they have lived. As 1 was going to bare another. I took a dozen bottles of your Vegetable Com' pound and I can say that it is the great est medicine on earth, for this baby is now four months old and a healthier baby you would not want. I am sending you a picture of her. Everybody says, 'I hat is some healthy looking baby.' You have my consent to show this letter." Mrs. C. W. Benz, 131 3rd Ave., Altoona, Pa. No woman can realize the joy and happpiness this healthy babe brought into the home of Mrs. lienz, unless they Have had a like experience. " Every woman who suffers from any ailments peculiar to her sex, as indica ted by backaches, headaches, bearing- down pains, irregularities, nervousness and "the blues'' should not rest until they have given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a triaL The costume dress Is really the evo lution of the three-piece dress. Just recently, observes a fashion writer, we had the coat and skirt and the costume blouse as the all-around, sat isfactory winter utility dress. Before that even it was the coat and the skirt and the shirtwaist. But now It Is a dress and a coat to go with It that is chosen by the woman who knows how to be smartly as well as comfortably gowned. The dress can be as ladylike as you please, or as tailored as you please, or even an absolutely clinging one. But the coat conies along to cover It all and to make a casual observer be lieve that the cout is the salient fea ture of the whole. The outer garment hides the inner one so gracefully tliut It succeeds In concentrating nil atten tion upon itself and in putting over the idea chat nothing that lurks be- Yes it's toasted, of course. To seal in the flavor Pr ' 16799 DIED In New York City alone from kid trouble last vear. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches, uuara against this trouble by taking GOLD MEDAL Wool Valours and Crepe Satin Are Used to Make This Costume Dress. heath It could touch It for style or for beauty. Then, presto 1 when the coat Is laid aside the dress Is so lovely and bo well designed that it Immediately makes one think, "Why Is all this glory hidden away? It should be al lowed to show its face even when the coat Is buttoned Into place." But ho, that Is the art of the thing. It Is two separate and distinct sorts of beauty and style, each as perfect In Its way ns Is the other one. One Is built distinctly for the street, while the other Is designed just as clearly and cleverly for the house and each fulfills its place with distinction, and when they are joined together they become just as perfect a whole as one could hope to find in any union. Th skirt of the dress usually peeps out from a coat that Is three-quarters In length, though this Is not by any menns the all-pervading rule. Vying for Success. The French designers are making these winter gowns de luxe and so are. the American ones, each class vy ing with the other to make the most successful and acceptable things. They are not confined to the dressy type of dress any more than they are relegated In the class where only strictly tailored tilings are good. But when they do not Just naturally slide Into either of these well-defined types then they combine something of One with something of the other to a degree which Is usually decidedly pleasing. Indeed, there Is no doubt that whatever may be the needs of the Individual woman, there still will be a costume dress to suit those needs. And, also, she can find this pleasnnt combination of coat and suit at almost any shop, from the highest priced to the lowest priced, since the idea has been so heartily accepted by all who are concerned In providing clothes that will really be satisfactory In every way and suited to the majority of the demands of a heavy social or business Reason. Fur Trimming In High Favor. Fur, of course, is the most accepted trimming, for a winter street suit of any sort needs that (o make it pos sible. It must he warm, and extra warm about the throat and the hands, at least. And, where once we bore abcut with us muffs and loseable scarfs, now we have the high, wrap ping collars attached to our coats and the cuffs of our sleeves are wide and ample enough to be twisted about our hands nnd to constitute a veritable muff, whenever the wintry blasts may demand that particular kind of atten tion. . The collars are all high and the euffs are wide, sometimes even wider than the sleeves themselves. The coats are not always coats, indeed, but often they are capes. But always they are suited most particularly to the de mands of. the particular swearer, and always they refuse to be anything or dinary or common, else at once they lose that which makes them what they are. The skirts? Well," the skirts of these costumes Just as Is the case with skirts of all other sorts of dresses are In a state of very decided fluctuation. At the moment they can be almost any length that suits the Individual taste, but one senses a time to come when they will be long or not in the running at all. Now ne sees skirts that are very short beside skirts that are unusually long and each of them has style, undoubtedly because they happen to suit the wearer admirably. But how long this state of affairs will persist Is really a mystery, and those who are wise will have the hems of their gowns made -as adjustable as possible so that if a sudden call comes the length can be added to without any hurt to the lines or proportions of the suit. Flat One-Piece Effect. One of these combinations was a frock made of tobacco-brown chiffon, that was draped and folded quite miraculously so that it looked in its entirety like a flat one-piece effect. There was no trimming of any sort upon the gown, even the edges being bound with narrow bindings and picoted as their character demanded. Then the coat wrap was made of silk duvetyn In exactly the same shade, with that added warmth and richness that naturally accompanies the pile fabric. There were standing collar and very wide cuffs of brown dyed squirrel and n little toque hat of the same fur made with a fluted rlDbon trimming. It was a most attractive suit and, as the coat was well Inter lined beneath the last chiffon layer, It became a thing suited to withstand any sort of cold weather and so light that no one could regret having to wear It. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, Holland'4 National Remedy since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Look for tfce nam Gold MeJal oa every bos nd accept BO imitation Dress of Satin and Chiffon Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum Soap 25c, Ointment 25 end 50c, Talcum 25c She Was Sort of Drowsy Like. Uusband (reading paper) Here's something about a girl who slept con tinuously for two months. I wonder If It wasn't the same one who worked for us last year. Ilk KeepVbur Eytes Clean - Clear Healthy Writ For fraa &a Car Bo Murine Co.Oilaasa.lUJ' i Niht Morning n mam Some of the coats on these thr piece or costume suits are cut with ex tremely long waists and circular skirts. One of these, Imported from Paris, Is made of heavy black tailor's satin. It has trimmings of gray wolf put on In narrow bands and the front of the skirt Is. slightly draped so that It comes together on the right side front, clasped by a Dutch sliver clasp. There Is a black satin dress designed to wear with this, and it Is artistically combined with black chiffon, so that the thinner material Is used every time to foim those floating, capey appen dages which are so necessary a patt of the modern gown. All of the collars are high. Some times, as a concession, they slide away Into collars that end at the waistline and fold gracefully about the throat when the weather demands that extra sort of protection. But al most always they are straight and hi eh like a cuff nosed on the neck. They reach the mouth or cover the month and they crush down around the neck until there Is quite a bunch f for massed there. But this Is the fashion, and If one's neck rebels at all the covering, then renl heroism Is the only answer, for wrappy and thick the collar must be If It Is to huve the remotest relation to style. And It cannot stand away from the head about the shoulders as It was allowed to do last season. It muRt be tight and hugging in Its manner. These styles make one pray for a cold win ter, for they only appear at their best when they are buttoned closely about the throat For Evening Wear. The simplest dance or evening dress may be made a lovely affair by the use of girdle or sash of ribbon. Narrow ribbon Is useful for finishing the edges of tunic and sleeves, of net or lace frocks. A silver lace djess recently seen was trimmed only with belt tied with bow and long ends made of blue and silver ribbon, and a black velvet dinner gown was relieved of somber uess by being held In at the waist by a wide sash of gold tinsel ribon, which was tied with long ends that fell be low the skirt edge. 11 MM MM Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer." WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism iToothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy tin boxea of 12 tablets Bottles of 24 and 100 All druggists. Aaplria la Um trad mark of Barer Mannfectur of MonoaoatleaeldMtar ot tallcjlleaeU Bulgarian Blood Tea Assists Nature To purify the blood. To tone the liver. To clean the kidneys. To sweeten the stomach. To kill colds. To ward off influenza. To save you from pneumonia. To make you feel years younger. Take It hot at bedtime for Health, Strength and Long Life. Bulgarian Blood Tea gives yon the pure juices from the Boots, Barks, Leaves, Berries and Flowers gathered from the rich boIIs of Europe, Asia and Africa. Keep a Box of Bulgarian Blood Tea Always at Hand. Sold at ALL Druggists, or send $1.25 for one large family box, or. 8 boxes for $3.15, or G boxes for $5.25. Address Marvel Products Co., 484 Marvel Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. WHEN WEARY WILLIE SCORED I PUZZLE FOR LOVERS OF DOG Uncle Isaac Was Just a Little Bit Too Emphatic in Hia Verdict Con cerning Coat. Weary Willie slouched Into the pawn-shop. "How much will you give me for this overcoat?" he asked, producing a faded but neatly mended garment. Isaac looked at It critically. - "Four dollars," he said. "Why," cried Weary Willie, "that coat's worth $10 if it's worth a penny 1" "I wouldn't give you $10 for two like that," smiled Isaac. "Four dol lars or nothing." "Are you sure that's all It's worth?" asked Willie. "Four dollars," repeated Isaac. "Well, here's your $4," said Weary Willie. "This overcoat was hahgtn' outside yer shop, and I was won derin' how much it was really worth." Ccrrect! "Now," said the professor of chem istry, "under what combination Is gold most quickly released?" The student pondered a moment. "I know, sir," he answered. "Marriage." Edinburgh Scotsman. Suffer fools gladly; they may be right. Just How Did Terrier Know the Cor rect Time, When the Clocks Had , Been Advanced? Perhaps because of his power of speech, the parrot is usually regarded as amazingly wise. But many dumb creatures often display Just as re markable intelligence. Can a dog Judge time? This Is one of the subjects upon which some light Is thrown in "Dogs, Birds and Others," by H. J. Masslngham. A terrier had been in the habit of jumping on his master's bed and awak ening him each morning at seven o'clock. When the clocks had been advanced an hour for summer time, the ntan was anxious to see what the dog would do. Next morning, as usual, the animal jumped upon the bed. The clock was at seven exactly, although really it was only six o'clock. Had the dog counted the strokes of the clock when It struck, or had he understood about the clocks being put on? Come to think of It, about all there is of a man is -the goodness in his heart. Money is just like a man. The tighter it gets the louder It talks. Raleigh Times. The foolish man 'who built his house on the sand He gave an example in folly which anybody can understand. It isn't so easy, however, to sense the mistake of trying to build the body on foods which lack essential nourishment. Here, again, is a foundation of sand which gives 'way when the test comes. Many a food that tastes good lacks honesty of nourishment to equal its taste. Thus it tempts the appetite into mistakes that often are costly. 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