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-Tg" 1 1 -?aa-t u i - m 3 A Bird in the Hand RAISE A FEW GEESE; COST IS SLIGHT. 'Rpwnl irn..rmii'ia i-ri in t i km Hint, i ! 'ini..nt of Ann ullure ) Mr J A Oood Farm Flork These Aro Toulouse Geese, the Largest of the Standard Dreeds. GEESE GROWING IS PROFITABLE Good Grazing Supplemented With Light Feeds Keep Fowls in Good Condition. QUITE FREE FROM DISEASE Dedy of Water It Considered Essential During Dreedlng Season Some Kind of Shelter Is Necessary for the Qosllngt, iliw en ii be raised III small mini m tiirceiisfully mill nt 11 prnllt mi NtlrniM ami In localities where there in low rough pasture imiii iimi a 11 n 1 11 rnl supply of hit. firnss makes iii the hull; nf till- feed r.ir geese, mill It I doubtful, any innillry speckid-its nf the United Hlntp ! n rl mvn t of ugrl trtlll urn, wlntlinr It payt In raise thi'lil tittles good frnxlng rimui' Is n ttultlt. flecto urn Bond grtxer mid, except darliiK llio Winter 1 1 1 it I Ii u. usually pick Up iTiuMt nf their living. Tlii-lr pasture tony he iltih'tiicnleil wlili Unlit fecdt of i In- cnmlimn or hump-grown gtulnt nr ( ninth iliilly, Him i sslly mill noiintlly nf llils feed depending nil thu ntnmint nf pnslitro iivnlliihli'. tine nilviintnge In raising gepse Is Hint they nre generally quite free from disease iimi nil Insect post, hut oe euslnnully llny nro affected liy Hnmn nf till disease common In poultry. A taxly nf wilier whore they mil swim I Piinsldorod ii'iitiil during tin' breeding season unit In ii gund feature luring tin' rest nf t In 3 i'ii r. Tin- mnr ket for groe It tint mi general at fnr (ihieken. inn lids hIiiiiiIiI bo taken mi ller ponsfdoriillnn Ix-fnri" embarking III tteeto raising. In I In' South iiuiny git-ap nru ki'pt for tlu production M feathers rather t Tin ii fnr tlii-lr Ib-sh, mill many cotton growers ki'i'p Ihern to kilt till) weedt In their nil tun lli'lill. Houses for Qeese. Bxpept In winter nr during stormy ivciithor wIikii aniue protection should In- provided, tniitlirn geese (In nut ni'i-il II house. Some k I nil nf shelter. Mirli a ii hd npt-n nn the smith side, n poultry lintnv, nr n burn It usually prnvlilisj hy hreitlers In the North iimi It uwhI by inmiy In the Smith, f'nopt, barrel", or tunic oilier ilry shelter sImwUI Iip provided fur young goslings, It I llliportiiiit Hint the Imutet should In l.etit rleitll mill Unit Hie llnnrii lie provided with plenty of elemi striiw. Kenan, like other kinds nf iioiillry. should lio Mlootwl fnr Hlie, prollllency, iimi rltiillty. They nIiiiiiIiI ho mntvil Ni'veral inniiths prior to the lireiillui; xeaiuin tti olilnlii the li-t remtllN; then-fore hnwlliii,' ftock uhoiihl lie lionuht in Hi mil. nnoii mutliieii nro not rlmttKHl from year to yenr iinletH thp rpswlti nre nntiillfiirtnry A taiKler limy lie lutitpil nlth from nnp to four f"o, Inn wlr or tho runt I tin linunlly elve Hie bett riull. 'tlie wiiit Knmler hkihIIj- iiwIm with only one mnnp. Vlitm innlnl. ctwe nn uIIomihI to run In tlutkg. I'riKti 4 In Ufi rmh imiy Ih kpt an nn en of Innd. mill uuilur iiiiwt condition ten It i fair nvprap. Intubation. llppte ari fl a ration to prmlnra i tin during tlu litlor port nf ihe win "r (alwit I'obntary t). or an tlijit I Iip vodltura 1ll Iw hnt. liP.1 liy th lira Ware la good rrnxt pattttre. They lire UotMd to imk ueata on the Hour of the bona, or law boxes, barrel", or aheltcra arr pnnldml fnr Hint ptir pow Tbi1 iw ahotlM In eotlactttl ilallj and kppt in a pool nUeo utipro the ventmita will uot uMirte ton frly : If kapt for Home Huip Hmy inny he atonal In liwae hrnn. The llmt en: nrp usually 1wt Under kens, whlla tllu lt WW wlilrh Hie Koo8u Inya tuny ItBtcliKl either under liens or umler it samv If she pios hn-dy. If the Iffg r tint remnviil from the uptt In hk the Kootn It InylnR Khe will UaaaMttljr atop liiylni; mioncr tlmn If thpy mb taken uway. h'nme lireeilera prp. ft to mite nil the cutlltiKt utnlcr kail!, Ha scene soiietlinen lieeome ttyijjlilt tu ttmnuro when nllowed to batch iintl nrur ttirlr yuutik'. Hens j ii d fnr hiilchlln; cuote esjRt inilt lin !' -'"il lth Imect powder iimi htive irnml iilleiitlnu, lit, In Hie rune nf (,'-." tlir period of llieiibiitloii It Ionis er ihnii in Hint of fowtt. noote (.'ISM limy be hutched In Inciiliulnra iimi the Kotllimt Kiiccetsfully rnlted In brooders, iiIUioiikIi HiIh It not u coin Iiioii pnicllee. The period of hicubntlnn nf uoose I'ltKt vnrles from SS to !IU dnyt. Jlol ture slinuhl be milled In the I'Kitt lift er the llrst weel: If set under hent or in liit'iilmturs; this it utiiulty diiim by tprlnkllnu the eust or thn nest with warm wilier. I'nur to tlx PKitt urn set 'under u hen nml 10 In 111 timlcr u gnose. They tuny be tested iibout Hie tenth day, nml those which nre In fertile or nintnln dend Kermt should be removed. They hnlcli slowly, espe elnlly under bent, nml the untHnst nro usinilly removed nt soon us hutched nml kept In u wnrm plum until tliu procest It over, when they nro put buck under the lieu or Kuose. Homo breedern who liuteli with both cpctn iiud hens ulve nil thn inclines to tho k'eese. Ilelit with KOtlliiKt limy lin ennllned tu the eunp nml the 'imllnt'fl nllowed to I'unce. The bitter, etpe chilly If Hut wenlher It rnld, nro not usually ullmvcil to git lulo witter until they nre sevenil duyt old. In mild wenlher the hent nre nllowed to brood the (.'oslliius fur from seven tu ten dnyt. when Ihe hitter are iiblo tu take euro of themselves. (Inod-slzed crmvlnc euopt, with board Hours, shniild bo pro vided for the coslluKs, nml they must be proteeled from their enemies, mid itlven Kotnii ntlentloii when on rmiKc. Facts About tho Year 1919 of the Christian Era WNll!V(jTON. The yenr 1010 of Hip Hirlatlnn em. which heenn Wednet. dn. Jniiiinry 1, nml emit on Wpdnomilny, December III. not liolne n "leap ,ii vill roiilnln ,'!(15 iltiya mid u atutill frnellnn. It very nearly enrrvsponds with Hip yenr (WTJ of the.Itillati peiiod, which hcumi .lauunry 1 1, 11)111. It mny ho Plptiiliied Hint 7.USII .liillau years form lliu period nf iiKreeiueiit of thn n Kulnr nml liitmr rjclex with the eyelet IKCtfZi "t Indlciitlon. &Sfl'!r Tin. Viiir M1SO nf Hie Jewish ern will IktIii ut suuset on Keptember '.'I, 1(110. It It computed from tho lit ntnicd date of Hip rreutloti nf llio world iiernrdlliK In Hebrew rhroiinLijry nninely, Ott. 7. In Hid yenr 11701, 11, C. The yenr "(172 since the fiiunda linn nf Itonip. neeorilliiK In Vnrro. Iiemiti on .liinuiiry 1, 1010. .tullnii cnlendiir. 1'h" year -'.i7ll of Ihe .Inpnnete em. helm? Hip elahlli yenr of tho period of Tn'-ii,,, in sun .limunry 1, 11H0, (Irpsnrhtn calendar. Tliu year 1010 nf the Christian era comprises the bitter part of the one bun- t!.-. l mill forty-lhli'il nml the beslmilnir of tl te hundred ami fnitv-foitrth jenr of the Independence of Hip United Htnles. Ill the year Kill) there will he three eclipses, two of tho Mill ami hum of Hie Itiooii : A total pcllpso nf Hip win, Mny 28-B1, Invisible at WmdilnKlnn. A partial eclipse of tho inoun, November 7, visible tit YVnslilimtoii; tho hi'Klnnlnir vIhIUIo seticrally In North Amerlcii except tliu extreme western part. An timiuul eclipse of the sun, Nn ember visible at 'nslilnslon ns n partial ecllpso. da CJ23i -n CO 3S. fftn'THit I I TO START WITH GEESE ik m'iisdu, which in in is. llrcedert shnuld 1 twn yenrs old, They T when from thrcii to y I I lluy breedlns stock nr mnto i Ihe fowls several months before ? Ihe hreedlm; season, which It In early sprlns, he ut least aro best win live j ears old. Femnlet urn usually kept until they nro i twelve, to fourteen years old, nr I at Ioiik nt they will lay well, J hut sunder nro not Kcnerully kept after their pIkIiIIi or ninth I yenr. T llesln feeillns for psr produc- linn ilurltiK Hi" latter part of winter. Hsst nre then avnllablo i fur early Imlchlm; nml tho son- ItitKt will ho ready tu srazo nt I ho.mi at siind sraaa pnsturo It ready. The perln i of tnenbn- T Hmi varies from 2S to !W day. four In slv amtm nrt apt nn. I ilrr ii Iipii anil in tu 18 under Siinse. Ilosllligs should nut be allnued to go Into water, etpe ftlltll If Dip u..nfhui' Is ,..,1,1 itr, ! HI they ore several days nhl. Ileus with Koalliiga should briHid t beni from seven tu ten ilnys, wlipn the goslings are able to take r-nre of Hieiiialve. Silver and Gold Service Chevrons Make Trouble PltOTKSTS renclilnR tnctnbcrt of congress iisnlnst thn war department's service chevrnnt tuny lend to legislation prohibiting their ue. Ilepre Henliillve McKeiizle of Illinois. Itcpuhllcmi iiicmher of tho hntP'e rmmnllteo nn aillltary ulTiiIrs, consider Inking tho lend In the matter. The recent uetlon nf tho war do. .lartincnt In providing for Hip wearing if silver phewons by those who served 111 this country lias brought tu u hem! .ho Issue which bat been smoldering sver uliiee gold chevrons were deslg luted for oversea service. "I mn greatly enncerned over the iltuntlnti and mil Inclined to think con tri'ttloniil action may bo necessary jrohlbltlng nil sortt nf service chtv rons." Mild Mr. MoKenr.le. "Congressmen nre being Hooded with eomplnlnti nf discrimination In the manner In which n distinction It drawn between thusu who served In Hilt country and those In Krunce. "The gold clievrotit are most highly ptlred, but this teems unfair. The men who served oversells did so be.auso they hnppencd tu be nrdered, nut , Mn,,,,.,- .,, , uirii nun o'mic 01 iiinse won iciiimiieu 111 nut I country did fnr inure vnlimhle service iui thnse who went ncross, "The men who dodged real mllltl.;y servlcu by gnlng tu at army Held , clerks nro entitled to wear the gold chevrons. Most of them never snw n I (Ionium soldier except possibly after one wnt raptured. They scarcely got within sound of n batlle. Vet those men with their gold chevrons In some , way aro made to appear supeilor to those who wear sliver chevrons who were ntixlnus to get Into the fighting but were held In tills country for ono renson or mint her, "Tu my mind, If there nru to be mtvIco chevrons the most c-iultnlilo syt tem would be tu have Hieiu worn by tlioto who served In ncUut lighting. Certainly there could be nn objection to some llttln distinction for those who clenrly risked their liven." Thlt raises Hie iiiestlou nf the nlr service. Tliu dyers who were kept here as Instructnr clearly risked their llvecontlnHously, No. 1 Cartwheel hat with crown of black aatln and brim of straw slightly rolled up on Itself back and front. It Is trimmed with an Immense bunch of paradise. No. 2 Palestine turban of copper-colored tulle with a Jeweled sword run through the front. The material Is wrapped around the head and worn low over the eyes. No. 3 Street turban of French blue taffeta with a wide bandeau of black straw Alsatian bow of taffeta at side. No. 4 Restaurant hat of chestnut-colored tulle gathered to a wire edge at the brim. It la trimmed with a rococo rose with glided leaves. HATS THAT START SPRING FASHIONS in- 1 be f T T Preparing Qeese for Market. lteforc marketing the young getwe the uwrngr farmer mn feed ml van. taiccuusly a fattening ration either while the geese are on grass range or confined to small yards, hut It la doubtful whether It would itiy litm to cimtliip them to Individual or small lns nnd make a specialty of fatten Itlg unlosa he hut a special market or retail trade for well-fattened stock. fleet are usually killed anil picket! In the same miinuer nt other kind of poultry. Some markets prefer dry. picked geese, while In other liinrkets mi :iTerence It mudo In llio price nt scalded or dry-picked geetp. When feather nre tu bo saved fowls should nut tin scalded, but should be picked dry before or after steaming. On most farms where geiwo nre raised the feathers are plucked from the live fowls nt mime lime prior to moiling. About one and oiip-tenlli pounds per goose It the uveriigu yield of feathers. Feathers aro worth from '10 cents to $1 n pound, and the picking cost per guote It about 11 cents. Bolivia Asks Relief From tho Peace Commission rllK government of ltollvla has sent to t'urlt tho evidence upon which Hint country base lit claims arising nut of the Tnctin and Arlcn dlsputo between Chile and 1'erii. Ilollvlu ndmlts that she was defeated liy Chile In tho wur between Chile nnd Pern. In which Ilollvlu sided with Peru, but sho refused to sign u Irenty of ponce until 20 your lifter the Petuvlaii govern iiivlit formally rnucludcil peace with Chile, llollvlit. ut a result of Hip wnr, but Autnfoinisln, her only outlot to tho sou, ami eer since, iircnrdliig In llio ittilemeiit nf u diplomatic authori ty, she has boeu stilled ut n nation. Ilollvlu proposes to seo It what sho consider the wrung dune her In tho Inst century eanimt bo rlghled 5$ 3 ttirouili an examination nf the conlroveray hy n properly constituted iiliiimnl I loll lit's rhlef claim la Hint she he-given an uutlei in tin- sen In nrder tu ilelop her resources. y treaty. amim.'eiiients with Peru nnd Chile. Ilollvlu lint a free port nt AututogMStn anil J.iiIIpiiiIu, tho lailtir In Peru, but slni Insist hot Hits Is not NuOVIrttt. It Is considered certain by Lntlti-Atuerleati diplomats hriv that the Toc'im Art in question will ho brought up at ihe pencil congnws In Purls. It Is Itwuvd that umung the mil Inert who went tu I'riinco with Presldont UTlauli were oxpurta on Chile nml Peru. It It slated hero In nltlclnl circles that Chile would nut ha surprised If the United Slntea, nnd wialhly an Inter tiatloiuil tribunal to bo set up by the peflco euugroas, nil I a upnti Olllln tn eiecuto the provision of tliu trwily of Ancoii which mairhttl Hip end of tliu wtil lietweeti Chile nnd Porn, fnr a plebiscite In he IipIiI" In ten years, nr 1SIKI, to doclde whether Tncna iind Arlcn aliuuld remain (,'lilluin tl'rillury nr teverl lu Pom. The nation loalnc the provinces would !iav in pny In tho oilier $10,000,000. The 1'iilted tttntoti bus sent notes to the president or Chile and Peru ItifnnnllilS thttin Hint It "ttiliuls midy tu tender nlnne, nr In conji'iicllun with other countries of this hemisphere, nil possible aMlstaiice" tu bring about an ispiltuble solution. Houses Face 8outh. In tnnst Incalltlet tho pnultry Iiouhp should face the smith, at thlt Insure tho greatest amount of sunlight dur ing the winter. Proper ventilation nnd sunlight mean a dry house nml healthy birds. Paris Now Has Wilsonitis; Americans in Danger WOItn comes fr I'nrlt that tho Krench cnpllnl hut Wllsnuitu lu n mosl virulent fnriu. President Wilton Jutt nnw It Ihe Imbbv nf every Pitrlslun who' old enough tn know whnt If nil about. They've 'drenily dedlcnled lu him "io Wilson cocktail, Wilson highball, n llsou hut. Wilson shoe, Wilson uvc iiuo nml Wilson march. Kverywhere m gu restauriuit, sulci, theater, lu the street you hear them discussing ",0 President 'Vil lon.' " N'o mutter who tho Krenchtnuii It ivhu nit next lu you nr nt n lieur-hy lublo ho flmilly draws you Into miner lilt Ion on the one topic Hint Is upper uost In lilt mind President Wilson. Tho Atiiprlpiin i-lvllliii, It, ti-iu ,.r Ubout sixty or Hiereabouu who hear even the remotest lesemldanee tu uur president lint certain einbiirrnssmeutt. Hit Joker friends lire npl any eicnlng. nn the crowded boiib'-nrd, whore llio merrymuker ihionu tu point him out to u group of I'reiuli j'nlllis nml their girl friend nnd with n wink sayt "Tii'eiv sue President Wilson Incog nito." At li'iist Ihrcu wry dlgnllled American gentlemen weie nvm iiiCiTlltcr nt occaslmis, sum led by pretty glrla doing a May pole d'ltiri. Pjii In htt tiring kissed nnd kici and k-l-s-s-e-d, l-aHt' ailr of ' Vle I.at" It almost exhinuied. New Yuri;. Ynnkce Doodle, who Muck n fenther In Ills cup and culled It "mncuronl." thereby creating a slung word for n gayly dressed man which hat gone mcr two continents nnd II Till iii h'lstury, could uot have felt prouder than the French king who put u piece of st raw uer his head tu keep away the inlii, nml creiiled hats. Until the feather n till the straw wcru trivial lucldeiitt In ike life of ench of these characters, (fur the satire, nil Yankee Doodle was rhymed around n man), but they were Hie foundation stunc of millinery. Women have ulwny pilfered from men their IrlcUa of iippuiel, ussertt u fnshlon writer. They mo snug Utile thieves, women, when It cotnu tn put ty pilfering friiui Ihuse whu couslder themselves superior beings. After till, It Ik a form of euiuetry, and women discovered centuries ugu that nothing i,u plea.eil u man a to do what be did, say what he said, ti tit I bold on to his hand loelally, llnauchilly, politi cally ami mentally. A woman might hate iinutlier woman fur stealing her fashions, but u man would nnl Inol; with more prtiteful ndorntloii upon n wuiiiitii who fashioned her clothes ufler his. Nothing so dcllghlcd Hip I'renrh kings, the great ami haughty Uour boiis. us the fnct Hint their women did ivhat they did III clulhe. They guve them tlii'lr iiuigulllccnt Uncalled coals with the full skirts, the kueo-leiigth walstcoiilt, the picclous lace rultles and the sller ami dlamoud buttons as a guide to their upparel. Til"' nl limed llicm to bnrniw thujr cnltrcur lu order to tune their hair purfuined. ItiiMlered and curled. They saw ihcintclvcH rellectuil, ut In mlriurs, by (be groups ut women tmrmumlliig them. The milliner hnvo nut permitted ilicm-clvcs lo he limited by any one perlml nr history. They lime dipped ntli ciii-cr, iiirlous hamls Into nil Hie ash. s and embers of the plutiet't past ! nml produced for the inmlern wnnuiii ! a Jiiiulde of Hiliiga (but weru mice I worn by her predceeMir. I It makes fur the gayety nf u crowd, ! this bobbing up and down of hats I from lliihlnn tu the Trench trenches ! There I nothing dull In millinery today. If iiuo could get Inzelher all I Hie bills worn on thu American con- Uncut, clnaslfy them, mid divide them i lulo chnplors, one would be presented with ii surtnrlul history of Die win hi. ! Novelties tn Dyed Suede. Here nnd then' one See a new ma terial attached tn an old shape. Hindi , St the case lion dyed suede It used I for mi oblong turban, with Its surface I perforated lu an edelweiss design 'lakcn from Hie Hwlst Alps nml copied from tlie patterns used lu the Madeira Islands, lllgtit here you have n Jum ble of people and natlnnalllb's all In one tiny cap tilted over Ihe left eye brow nf u glr!. Thesu suede cups an' dyed bright pink, horizon blue ami IMitlery red. Their solu orimincntu i lion Is the perforation, Kniii e has Insisted that tho re vival of perforated designs on all our clothes en nui through the use of pa per napkins In the wnr. (IikhI lliouglii. but Imrdly true. Whatever 'In- sci i'(c. the fiislilun It here. The milliners nay have originated It. but ibe ill'' makers borrowed It over d.-ltl. or the inldseiisoti frock nf bin 'iruiidclnlb and velvet, or beige ' loieii jnthtirtlllio and blnrk tnlTiilu re ppifiiruted ulong their edges lu I ilwtlgli. II Is ten late In talk of the Alsatian n, for It wnt uUvloot Hint the mil tillers a'iiimI revive It! but n certain ivomilli nt dtillnrtlim slnrltd u fasle (on for it tliut th lulllliieii quickly InuW'J lit"! wltb ''Uy, She came lo lunch lu u restauriuit wearing the genuine Atsallan bow, black nml I nn ii i'ii . pbieed across tho middle of her head, with it mere apol ogy of a little cloth cap In front of It. It stood upward and outward, and her hair wilt culled high behind It. Thlt was the real thing, and her daring muili" Iter the target of all eyes, it may bo Hint Ihe Alsatian bow In thlt fni m will lie Intniduei.'il fur tliu eve ning. Let us liupe Huil It will never nppear nt llio Ibenter. At Ihe present into of price and the scarcity ut seats, the iiiblltbin nf it hundred or mi Alwithin bows lu Hie iiudleiico Would be the struw on the ciimel'M hack. Charlotte Corday Cap. Tho Cluirlotlo Corday cap, mlniit lit bow, hut been Introduced for the Smith mid It taken up by Ihe North. It It uuide of brilliant, dark tulle, al ways do able, hilt entirely trailsiillei't. The best one it In copper Itllle, lis high crown trimmed ut the biimo with ii twist of tn Hi: and ono nt thusu rococo led roset with gold outer petals and Ionics which have been brought Iiuo fashion hy a well-known designer nf luillilduiil evening gowns. The trunspurent hut It beyond iues. Hun one of the smart fashions ut the hour. It means Hint Hie collTuro mint ome buck Into orderliness nnd loveli ness. The crowns of these hat nro ortoii high and gently manipulated by the linger In give grace, nml one of the best French hill lakes tho crown of Ibe American llntightmy hat ut It model. A lirnun rules In veiling, so It seems lu rule in lliese tllll" lints. It Is often In the color that thu French call "iiiiirnui," Hint chestnut, brown whk'it It soft mid hccnuilmt. Over there smart women wear slocking ut It with black slipper, even In eve ning dress, ami I hey like It In nil tho uecessoMes. Over here wo nru Just beginning tu group Ita Importance. The milliners believe Hint lu fubpcl and rliestnul, tho lironu hat will ruli the spring season. Hats and Jobbed Hair. The Florentine enlllurp I no lunger a caprice of the extremists; It I mi longer u sciisutlnuul hit of bravado, The wur hat Instated H ut n strung fashion. Women with gray hair wear It bobbed tn Ihe nape ut tliu peek or curled under tu appear a though It weio tut. (ilrls wllli every sliiulu nt hair wear il. Malrmis with half giuwil children itdnpl it. fin tile mil liner, litter u frantic wringing of thu hand, have decided that they must meet this new demand. Ibere must be ii large and creative Impulse fnr but that will gu with this I'loreutlno couture. Thu broad, Hut hat of Na pb'H ha been brought out mill I adopted by one young matroj whimi face llgurcs lu half Ihe periodicals nt the day, ami her side coinpiiiiluii, who also wear '.( tho ancient Italian hair cut, ntlopu thu Florentine velvet lint with It trimming of two row ut coral head. It must ho admitted Hint thu wn.ncn thcmselte bum teen to It that tney toot; well In any typo of lint with Hilt bobbed ti u 1 r, whether It ba turban or lint brim. They cannot, nf course, wear hat of exceeding dignity, but i hoy try u ccrtuln type of distin guished hut which It considered the leading llilng by thu milliners; miii they curry It olT with great skill. Tills It the Immense bluck-tlireiiil Incu bat, l rn in-parent, with lit broad AUntbin bow wired ncrost tho front. Thlt Is tho but Unit will supersede, for the fprlng, the upturned, innny imlnted llieutrtcul lint of silk plush uud -civet, with It aigrette. (Copyr'tld, ItlD, by the McClore News, papir uyiidicale I 1i