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1 ' Girl's Frock.
J Faaliion In kindly disposed toward
BBJ tmmg girls this season nnd ninny of
"" , tho protty modish
BBfl JmSd V Mens in tholr
BBfl Br VJ$ dresses aro mcro
BBS IT o!Nv ropllcna of tho pro-
BBfl n 7' vaIlln5 stylo for
BBBx vtr- I Al I ol,lor people. In
K J rnci J 1 t,l() daln,y doslsn
BB (iiI'Mpv 8,lown llGro tho
BBfl 'II IAm t Bani "road shoul-
BBfl JLtv (lor orroct ,s car
BBs t r'c1 out 'u a vcry
BH f x uiilquo bortha.
BH ' TT "" T,lc dross, which
BH J Is plaited, very
BH J much on tho "Qlb-
BBJ '! 1 Bon" orilcri opcnB
BH . "t under tho plait in
BH front and on tho shouldor. Tho front
BB"- nd back of tho dross aro tho same,
BH and It makes a charming llttlo frock
BH without tho bertha. Tho wnlst may
BB bo bndo with or without tho lining.
BB Tho skirt is .circular In shapo, a stylo
BH which 1b very becoming to tho youth-
BH ful woarcrs.
BB Tho modo will dovolop satisfactorily
BB. la any of tho dross materials In either
BB cotton or woolen stuffs. A pretty do-
BB Tolopmont would bo In tho plain col-
Bfl orod cloth, with tho bertha finished by
BB braid or piping of contrasting color.
BB Another foaturo to bo considered Is in
BB making wqbIi frocks. Tho bortha mny
BB bo taken off and laundered, thus fresh-
BB oning tho wholo dress and saving in
BB tho laundry bill.
BB Cashmoro, albatross, silk, chorlot,
BB sorgo or light walght woolons nrt ma-
BB torlals suitod to fho modo.
fl. Child's Apron.
BB' Every girl should havo an apron for
BBj homo and school wear, and ovory
BH mothor knows
BB what a saving thoy S
BB aro on tho drosses, jfjS?
BB A qualrL llttlo Wtc)
r' apron thnTwlll bo gfcWfl
BBJ; app'rooLntcd bo- WrStf
BB causo of Its com- Ml... -4-
BB fort and Simplicity T&FKJ&?i'h
B is shown horo in a r
BH model that will JJ
BB provo most Batis-
B , factory for school ft--.y
B . ,-voar. Tho apron j
B " Is in throo pieces 1
M front, hack and v L
BB shnpod shouldor 1 Ho
H s'trap. Tho' front KD .
BH and back yoes might bo undorfacod'
H with tho , material to givo . moro
BJ strongih across thq bust 'and shoul
BB dors." Tho otrap may bo cowed to tno
Bfl apron, or a proty way to fasten it ts
BB By poarl buttonH. Any of tho apron
B materials aro sultablo to tho modal
BH gingham, llnon, lawn, batUto; or for
BJ ovoryday wear brown holland is os-
BB poclally nice.
Bfl Duttor daintily moldod and sorrod
BH on a tiny lottuco loaf is ploasing.
B Varnlshod wood work should bo
Bfl washod with warm wator to which
BB louio tea has been addod.
BB To cloun a tuffcta silk skirt tnko
BB equal parts of wator and ammonia
BB and rub on with a brush.
Bfl A bpoouful of koroscno In boiled
BB Btaroh keeps it from sticking, but do
Bfl Dot uso enough to mako It smell of the
BB Scatter salt on a carpet when
H swooping and you will not only find
BH It has a cleansing effect, but that It
Bfl also keeps away moths.
flfl A heaping teaspoonful of pulvorizod
flfl ohocolato for oach glass of lomouado
flfl (Hiakos chocolnto lomonndo, that is a
flfl chnngo from tho other kind.
HI To prevent chooso from becoming
HH moldy, vrap It in n cloth which has
flfl boon dipped In vinegar and wruug as
HH dry as possible. Keop In a cool placo.
IJ The Bmall mops, such as aro used
H to oleanoo flno glaBSwnro, really mako
BJ ;exoollont dusters. To cloauuo thorn
m (throw- thorn Into soapsuds and let
H ithoni como.to.a boil.
BJ It you havo not trlod croam cheoao
H and plnoapplo' sandwiches a treat
H awaits yoMv cll0l' tn0 Pineapples flno'
H "and'Arafn. Spread tho bread thinly
H 'wltli cheese, sprlnhle with tho plno-
H ' applo' aria presB tjgothorn then cut
BJ i it
H ' Uutxt . ',
the sandwiches In thin, slender strips.
Pulvoiizo and mix one ouuco each
of cedar, rhubarb and cloves, put in
bags and hnng in your clothes closots;
thoy will provont moths and givo a
good, wholesomo perfurao to your
To romovo a glass stoppor pour hot
wator over tho neck of tho bottle.
Tho heat causos tho glass to expand,
nnd it then being considerably larger
than tho stopper, readily releases tho
A tomporary way to servo Ico cream
la in Jolly molds. Turn tho Jolly out
on a plato and scoop out tho center
with a tenspoon dipped In hot water.
Fill tho thick shell of Jelly with Ico
cream and servo at onco.
White Silk Waist.
Blouso of whlto silk mndo with
threo deep crosswise tucks at tho hot-
torn and similar
(Xf&& tucks on tho
jjE&4?p sleeves at a corro-
fgf$ sponding height.
jJ Tho yoko is of
yflfwfcfc. brussels laco. un-
MM$! lined, bordored
fFv wlth a bflnd of
m it W,ti Ir,8h guipure from
M i'V-Voll wnloh escape pns-
Aj&fvSrZ&Z? 8omnt;'r!o tassels.
CdV1 Tho sleovo puffs
P$$7J iVx aro ot ta0 DrUBii2l3
Mswsm iVlIace' fln,&heL' wjth
ifrrfidWk 'Mcntta comPosed of
WW VA "dool, lucks of the
M silk. Wiener Chic
For the Small Tots.
Embroidory is tho prevailing trim
ming. Nearly ovory dresa shows somo
dainty hand work.
Skirts may bo longthoned by insert
ing a band of embroidery abovo tho
A simplo, lnoxponslvo drcs3 must bo
nccompanled with neat and stylish
Collar, bolt nnd cuffs nro deco
ratod with old-fashionod cross-stitch
through ombroidory ennvns.
Though it Is seldom called by tho
old namo tho old reefer coat is a
good modol, especially for girls.
! Fashions In Feet.
In Paris tho fashion In feet has
changed. JTho, SpaAlBh foci, onco tho
rago, hnj now goho out of faahlbn
and Is found fault with for its thick
noss. North nnd South American
foot aro looked upon, as bolng nearest
perfection. Tho shapo is gonerally
rathor long in proportion to its width
and tho instop Is highly arched. How
ovor, tho oxcosslvoly pointed too Is be
ing dlttcarded in Paris, as elsowhero,
and tho fashion Is actually to wear n
shoo which has tho natural shapo of
tho foot. Tho knlfo blade Plnt hns
vanished, not only from walking shoes
and morning top boots but from tho
Ladles' Blouse Coat and Skirt
Among tho many new designs for
costumes nono Is moro popular than
tho blouso coat with attached Louis
XV. skirt. In tho
coat additional ovl- CIBft
denco of good - trfr
tnsto is shown in 'kf
tho deep rippling f1j!r
capo which broad- fjfuf(
ens tho Bhouldors, Mi
nccordlng to cur- VjSy
rent fashions, and dLftftfe
which may bo used j V
with or without 11
tho stolo facing. l(.lLrfrS
Tho bolt may bo TPvUl
of tho samo ma- f I VM
terlal or of leather, Ju ! S
and tho coat may (M l ' ?
bo olthor of two Jl&
Tho skirt is one of the newest mod
els of soveu-goro shnplng. The front
Is ornamontod by tucks or plaits at
tho side Beam and Is a good modol to
follow In making aTeparato skirt or
for tho costume. Provision is made
for tho medium sweep", dip or round
longth, thus maklrig It valuable for
making different skirts. A very smart
costumo would bo of mixed gray
cheviot or English mixture, or of can
vas, pongco, broadcloth or wool crash.
MODISH SEPARATE WAIST8.
j y Xr'' - "y onds. Motifs uf laco or passomonterio
lTAQQs nt tno P'nts- Coarso linen laco at
' Ocr (X ? SrT stock and cuffs. Brick- red velvet
''3S5'SsSwf'ft ribbon and loops. Tho woolen por-
Separato waists may bo of anothor
mntiial than tho skirt, but should bo
tho samo color.
1. BrQwn silk and woolen material
combined. Tho silk pojorlno yoke Is
stretched down to, ilip waist on tho
Bides and hack, hut falls loosely In
front, caught only Invisibly at tho
Dutch colors and modes nro popu
lar. An adjustable collar distinguishes
tho aweator oftseason.
Blocks and straps of black velvet
aro much liked f'rlmmlng.
Somo nobby outing hats aro of
black cloth ornamented with coquo
Chiffon Is tho most fashionable ma
terial for flno (rocks.
Big wator spots of bluo and rod
adorn tho satin band of tho new
sailor hat. jxji '.
J? ballot WlJrbAda fcltti'iymorm .
wrought I in bluo beads isprotty.
Tho prlncesso gown Is predicted to
bo the coming model.
Sow a fcathorbono tape down the
confer back scam of your foundation
skirt to keep tho filmy outer skirt in
Nothing in tho veil lino is prettier
than plain chiffon with threo or four
tucks along the hem.
tion is lnld in pressod pleats.
2, Gray giaco taffota, with shaped
bands of conrso gray Hnon laco, out
lined by bias bands of tho silk. White
Valenciennes yoko and wrist ruffles.
Oray silk crocheted buttons, connect
ed by silk cords. Shaped tucklngs
ovor tho shouldor
"llSSBSflls HARD TO BEAR.
i I Iflfll J W Wa,ls- Super
I I ILaflflB Intondontof Streets
p" living dn East'Main
street, in that city, says?
"With my nightly rest broken,
owing to irregularities of tho kldnoys,
suffering intensely from severe pains
in tho small of my back and through
tho kidneys,- and annoyed by painful
passages of abnormal secretions, Hfb
was anything but pleasant for mo. No
amount of doctoring rolloved this con
dition, nnd for tho reason timt tiothlng
seemed to givo mo oven temporary re
lief I becamo about discouraged. One-'
day I noticed in tho nowspapera the
caso of a man who was afflicted as I
was and was cured by tho uso of
Doan's Kidney Pills. His words of
praise for this remedy woro so sincere
that on tho strength of his statement
I wont to tho Hugh Murrey Drug Co.'s
store and got a box. I found that the
medicine was exactly as powerful a
kidney remedy as represented. I ex
perienced quick and lasting relief
Doan's Kidney Pills will prove a bless
ing td all sufferers from kldnoy disor
ders who will give them a fair trial."
A FREE TRIAL of this great kid
ney medicine, which cured Mr. Walls,
will bo mailed to any part of tho
United States on application. Address
Fostcr-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. For
sale by all druggists, prlco 50 cents
Distribution of Cotton Crop.
Tho cotton crop of Alabama, Arkan
sas and South Carolina is about 1,
000,000 bales, worth ?G0 oach. Goorgla
and Mississippi produco 1,400,000
bates, and Texas 2, 00,000 bales. Moro
than half tho cotton is now produced
woal of the Mississippi river.
Mrs. TYlnMow'd Bootlilnc ayrnp."
For children teething, egfteni the Ruma, reduce! la.
Uramttlon, allaji pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottla.
Argentine exports moro than 3,000,
000 pounds of butter annually, nearly
all of it to Great Britain. It brings
16 cents a pound at tho creameries,
and the exporter gets an average of
24 cents a pound. Butter from no
other country, except Donmark, brings
ns good a prlco. Tho cows are prin
cipally Durham crosses.
Wej? nvorltH orr,t!i Cold. J
LaxatlvrUrotuo Qulnlno TabloU. "irMcoSScC'
Off For Europe at 112
Our oldest subscriber, Don Rdbus
tlano SIglo do los Siglos of Chiapas,
Jroppod in tho othor day 'to rondw hl3
subscription. He has been oh our
books slnco 1840, and at tho agaol! 112
U en routo to Europe with his third
lfo and six chlldr n. Tabascd (Mex
Deafness Cannot be Cured... ,
hj local applications as they cannot rdach (lie dlt
eased portion ol tlio ear. There lironlr one way to
euro dcafne, and that la by LOnstltutlonal reiriedlts.
Doifnois caused hy sn Inflamed condition M the
mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube Is inflamed you hare ft rumhUng sound or Im
perfect hearing, and when It la entirely closeTl. Veal
ncsa la tho result, and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to Us normal con
dition, bearlnt will bo destroyed (orerer. Nine cases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which ta nothing b,ux
an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
Wo will givo One Hundred Dollars for any care of
Deifness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured
by Hull's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free.
F. J. CHKN'liV & CO., Toledo, O.
Hall's Famllr Fills are the best.
Antiquities in the Colonies.
Somo of tho British colonics aro. suf
ficiently old for an antiquarian valua
to attach to tholr coinage. At the Mur
dooh sale recently a $20 gold pleco of
British Columbia, datod 1862, made
$500, and tho $10 piece of tho same
type realized $200. It Is bellovod that
no ipeclmons of theso two coins have
ever boen offered for salo by public
auction; in fact, tho only other specl
mora known are in the British museum.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES cost
but 10 cents per package.
Wonderful 8alt Formations.
Bomp romarkablo salt formations
are found extending for thirty miles
along the Virginia river in Nevada.
Tho salt forms mountains of crystal,
and Is so puro and clear that fine
print can bo road through a foot of
It. This roglon was evldontly once
occupied by a great salt lako, as close
by aro somo wonderful wells, one of
whioh, 76 foot In diameter, contains
water so lntonsoly saline that a per
son bathing there will float like a
Latest Sea-Serpent Story.
! k recent soa-pcrpoht story comlnft
j from England tolls how a marlno mon
ster apparently trlod to swallow tho
I good ship Glengrant' of Fraserburgh.
At tho first onslaught It lifted tho1
vossel "at least six foot" as it dived
underneath her but fortunatoly when
It came on ojftln tho only sailor man
who kept his'-hoad dashed below and
got a gun,. It:l"s not known whothor ho
hit t; at any rate, tho monster had
' had enough and cloarad off, Tho sail
ors say this Borpont was nearly 200
feet In longth, with a head like a soa
horso, a long mane, groat green, glis
tening eyes .and nn enormous mouth .
and teoth. ; , .'
Cheap Passenfler- -Rates Via "Santa
TbSfepiknn, ajtimpre.' Minneapolis,
'fletrdlt, Atlcfnta mid "other points. For
particulars, . address C. F. Warren,
General; Agent. A T. & S. F. Ry 411
Dooly Block; Salt Lako City, Utah.
Immigration for Eighty Years.
Nlnoteon million Immigrants
reached , tho United States In tho
eighty years 'ending with 1000.
I nro euro Flso's Cure for Consumption unveil
ray llfo threo years ngo. Mrs. Tuoe. RonniMs,
Maple- Street, Norwich. N. Y Teb. 17, 1900. ,
Facts as to Crime.
Tho numbor of crimes Incrcasos j
necessarily as civilization advancos
because now laws ara mado constitut
ing new crimes. Whllo the numbor of
violations of law Increases tho num-1
bcr of atrocious crimes diminishes. '
Tho fact is that tho lncroaso in the
criminal statistics is almost entirely
in tho newer and lighter offenses. i
Gold , , .T6 I Gold and Sllrer ....I1JS
Lead....... r& I Unld. Hllr'r. Cop'r.. XM
Frompt roturni on mall samples.
Ogden Assay Co. "V,:!;:
The Keeley Institute, hayfflS
R. H. OFFICER & CO.,
ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS
SALT LAKH CITY, UTAH.
Samples by mall reoolve prompt and careful
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S Mora homes bousht, mora homes sold ,
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Soreness and Stiffness
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