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GLASS OF FASHION.
BEING A REFLECTION OF LATEST STYLES. THE Outdoor Gamei Are Mow Engaging Great Attention Tailor-Made Dresaas The Latest Frocks High Collars Again Notes of the Modes. readymade dress. UTDOOR GOWNS are the most Impor tant garments In a woman's wardrobe at this season of the year. These are being made up and sold In great num bers at the large stores to women whose figures are sufficiently near the standard to wear a These dresses are of duck, cotton bedford and grassciom, besides numerous Galateas, Unens and percales. The duck and cotton bedfords are the most common. These are made as they were last year, with Jackets and skirts and a front of some other material. Less severity Is shown in the style than prevailed last season. The white ducks have fronts of some soft material, such as dotted net over a dainty shade of silk, and many or them have embroidery revers or inser tion of embroidery on each side of the jacket down the edge. Colored ducks are more numerous than ever, and will be the boon of those who want to dress cool this summer. Grass cloth Is a very fashionable ma terial, but It Is also very expensive. I pointed to an innocent-looking, linen colored gown exhibited at a large store the other day and asked the price. It was $28.50, and the material was grass cloth. The gown shown here In two shades of Galatea, the darker forming the panel on the skirt and the facing on the col- take a sudden freak and play havoa with It. Even when the new gowns are worn they are usually covered up with wraps of some kind so that little Is vis ible but the hang of the skirt. To be sure, the wrape are such bits of loveli ness that one hesitates to part with, them, but It Is a relief to be able to walk out free from Incumbrances and feel the breath of balmy spring breeaes upon one's cheek Instead of the rlbbon-and-lace ruff that has protected It from the biting winds of early March. For the first few days one feels a little awk ward without the usual wraps, as If one gun to make its appearance. The vest of mannish cut which was so popular last season is not so much of a favorite yils year, and the front usually seen Is either full with a box-plait, or plain and tight-fitting, with no visible fas tening, and reaching to the neck, as shown In the accompanying picture. This gown has the appearance of being cut princess under the jacket, because there is no belt, but it is merely a front piece that is continued from the front breadth of the skirt. AGED FIFTY YEARS. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Tallor-Mado Dresses. The fashion of trimming tailor-made dresses with strips of cloth stitched down in some simple pattern has been borrowed from last winter's cloth capes. It Is a favorite style with mak ers of such gowns, because It trims the dress without concealing or Interfering with the lines of beauty so dear to the ideal tailor. To make the most of a good figure and patch up the deficien cies Is the aim of the successful ladies' tailor, and that Is why tailor gowns are so stiff and broadlike, because they are so often filled with wadding to prevent a wrinkle over a sharp shoulderblade or collarbone. The above costume Is made of cloth In a wood-brown shade. There is a wide, pointed, turn-down collar of brown velvet to the Jacket, which Is fastened with straps across the front. Underneath the jacket Is a plain vest of light tan. The seams and edges of the jacket are trimmed with strips of the material stitched down as de scribed. A strip is stitched across the o a o o a o O h a, ' -, iS58Wln I ACS Aill i a . 4 a. it VI I N I IM i 1 1 1 1 1 LK ii ej&m . : v- fc - n any ti An Old Landmark of Edncatlon In th Central West. Notre Dame university, Indiana which recently celebrated the golder jubilee of its foundation, has a romantic history one affectionately associated with early life in the great west. Tin university was founded in 1S42 by th late Rev. Edward Sorln, who cam from France to establish a college oe land which his bishop had purchased from the Indians. It was no easy task to begin an educational institution it those early days. The land was un cleared, the country surrounding tht site of the proposed college but sparse ly settled, there was almost a total laci of financial means, and the nearest towns from which students might b expected were miles away, with verj inconvenient means for travel. Bui Father Sorln foresaw great possibili ties for the future institution and was not to be appalled by these obstacles With a stout heart he set resolutely tc work. The first college building was begun in August, 1843, and was finished in the following year, when Not Dame received its charter as a univer sity. The early history of the institution is one long story of a struggle for exist ence. Destitute of endowments, it de pended entirely upon the tuition fees of the students, and, as these were few for some time little progress was made Fierce fires played sad havoc with the work of years. In 1879 it was almost entirely destroyed by a fire, which car ried off the main structure and severa others. But these flames were scarcely quenched when foundations were com menced for the buildings which form the Notre Dame of today. Thus aftei nearly two score years of weary labor and anxious hope the founder saw the institution on a firmer basis and re signed its entire management intc younger hands. A glance at the firsl college, which is still standing on the banks of St. Mary's lake, and at the Notre Dame of the present shows the great material progress made in fifty years. The site is unequaled. Nature has been lavish with the gifts. The approach to the university was through a long, beautiful avenue bordered with trees. The buildings used for colle giate purposes, eight in number, are arranged in a half circle fronting a wide stretch of lawn. The center ol the group and the largest is the main building. It Is five stories in height and is surmounted by an immense dome, on which stands a colossal statue of Mary crowned with electric stars The effect created by this structure is imposing. Rpyaj gas Absolutely pure An Opening for a Live Man. He arrived in a small Western town from the Bast, and nfter supper he interviewed the proprietor of the hotel. "Is- there an opening In this place for a live newspaper man V" "Thar wtfl tot her day," replied the proprietor pleasantly. "lias it been filled?" "Well, no, not egsactly, I reckon; but It's got a man in it." "Who is he?" "A newspaper chap from the East." "A live many "I reckon not. Leastways not so live as he wuz." "How do you mean?" "Wal, yer see. it wuz this air way: A live man came here and started a paper. He Jumped on the respectable citizuns of the community, and be gosh he raised thunder generally. We couldn't stand that, so we jest dropped him in that ere well out yunder. He wuz a rut her little chap, so we con cluded to go Hjrht on him. The news paper's got an opeuuu yet if yer want it." He concluded he didn't want It. How the Trouble Hegnn. George was gazing dreamily at the dear girl's back hair. "Laura," he said, making a motion as If to adjust it, "do you know there is a lock out " "No," she answered, "but I know there's ging to be a strike." v And he got it on the ear. The Trust After No- io-Bac. Chleaco Sncelal. Reuorted her' today thnta largo sum of money had been offered Tor tbo famous tobacio habit cure called No-To-llnc by a syndicate who want lo take it oil the market. Inquiry at the general offices, revealed the fact that No-To-Bc was not for sale to the trust at any price. NoTo-Dac's success is marvelous. Almost every Druggist in America sells No-To-Uac under guaractoo to euro tobacco habit or refund money. u mere lias neen no tenintat can he no merit; If there lias been no strug gle, there can be no victory. HALL'S CATARRH CURE is a llnuid and Is taken Internally. Sold by Druggists, 75c. The trouble with cheerful people is thai their cheerfulness is so linnl to snub. If the Baby la Cutting Teeth. Be sure and use that old and well-tried rem ml t. In. WmsLOW's Sootiii.su SIHTT for Children Tsethlnir- The stingier a man Is about valuable things the more apt he is to give advice. There Ii l'leasure and 1'rolltand no email tut 1st action in abating troublesome and. painful ill a by using Parker suingor Ionic. "I see most of your hair is gone." said Brown to Burton, "Yea," replied isurton, "It's left for parts unknown. It li so Ear to Kemove Coma with Hln perconn that wo wonder no many will enduro them. Qet tllndercorna and see how nicely it takoj them off; There ought to be a law passed that rail way restaurant keepers shall dube their ap ple pies. PITS - Nxrvit l.'i.Htiirt'i UavmlnuaaurM. Treatise ami i'ilrtal huttle tret t t It cases, bund to Hi'. Kllue.Sol jli ch it., I'Lllx, Pu -AHFitsstopied free by Dr. KUne'a Great ul mailer me tu hi tmy iim-. We learn that ministers are seriously dis turbed over the Innovutlou known as the au tomatic coupler, "Hanson's Magic Corn Salvo." Warranted to cure or money refunded. Aslf your druggliit for It. Price IS cvnts. The fetter of propriety should be worn as an ornament, not as a chain. I'lso'g Cure Is a wonderful cough medicine. Mrs. W. l'lckert, Van Siclen and Blake Ave) Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 'W. The moment a man finds out he has been making a fool of himself he has learned something valuable. ASLEEP WHEN DEATH CAME. lar and the large bretelle-like revers on trimmed with jacket fastens with one the waist. Latest Frocks. The month of May usually brings out the real spring dresses. March and April had forgotten something, and it Is hard to decide jus', what to do with one's arms. The piown with the Jacket Is a very good oneto come out In at first, on this account, and It has already be are such u)neerlaln months that the cautious female hesitates to trust them with the care of her new gown lest they sleeve puff In odd fashion and a pointed cuff simulated at the wrist. The same trimming appears down the side and around the bottom of the skirt. Thirty-three Lumbermen Dashed Over a Rock Fall. Details have reached Ottawa, Ont, ol a terrible accident which occurred on the Spanish river by which 33 men lost their lives. The victims were lumber men. They had" encamped for the night on a crib of square timber moored to shore near the head of the rapids, which at this point are very precip itous and rocky. All had gone to sleep without leaving a watchman to guard the crib. Somehow during the night the crib broke from its moorings and carried its cargo of sleeping men into the waters below. The crib was broken to pieces on the rocks and not a man escaped to tell the tale. The Spanish river flows into the North channel of Lake Huron at a point north of Manitoulln island. Near its mouth is a small hamlet of perhaps 100 inhabitants situated on the Soo branch of the Canadian Pacific rail way. The entire country round about is a lumbering district. Tho Tallest of the Ilnoe. According to an Investigation con ducted under the auspices of the In ternational Society of Anthropologist of London, which has just concluded n valuable Inquiry respecting the aver age height of the various races and na tionalities) English and American citi zens average taller than any other rep resentatives of the human family. Thf) following has been gleaned from their 120 page report: The English profes sional classes, who head the list as tho tallest of adult males, attain the high average of 5 feet 0.14 inches. Next on the list come the males of all classes in the I'nited States, and a minute fraction behind them come the Eng lish of all classes; hence we may con clude that, taken as a whole, the Uri r ish and their English speaking cousins in America are approximately of the same height In other European coun tries the average for the male adult Is but 6 feet ti inches. The Austrlans, the Portuguese and the Spaniards fall somewhat below the general European average. The High Collars. Every season somebody makes a de termlned effort to crowd the enormous ly stiff and uncomfortable collars back from the throat, but for some unex plained reason, no sooner are they with drawn a little, so that the wearer can get a little natural and easy breath, than up they go again more fluffy and close than before. The vest, chemi sette, puffed front and guinipe ideas are, however, susceptible of so many modifications thfct women may wear thin materials around the throat, if i Into trouble. they choose, instead of tho velvet and satin that so many of them seem to prefer. Of course, there is convenience and economy in thicker fabrics; thoy stay in place and keep fresh much longer than thin one?, and are therefore more universally adopted. Neckwear plays such a prominent part In present day dressing that It is worth while to study it from an artistic standpoint. It is caid that the stock-collar has seen its best days, and that beaded collars and bands of elaborate embroidery are likely to take its place. This has points of advantage, as very many people are tired of so much material around tho throat. When a Dane Get Drunk. This is the way the police in Den mark deal with the drunkards found helpless In the streets. They drive the patient in a cab to the station, where he sobers off; then they take him home, The cabman makes his charge, the po lice doctor makes his, the agents make their claim for special duty, and this bill is presented to the landlord of the establishment where the drunkard took the last glass that did the busi ness, No wonder that certain land lords protest, saying that proofs are in sufficient and some alleged victims sham intoxication to get the landlord Iteduced Kntps to the East via tho Union I'aclllc 8ysto.ni. To Huston and return July II-7. To llaltltnore and return July 1.1-14. To Boston and return August 17-28, TO Louisville, K, anil return Sept. 0-8. For additional Information call or write to Geo. Ady. Passenger Agent, 41 17th afreet, Denver, Colo The proper thing for a Jury Is to he firm, but not fixed; A fish diet Is said to be mod fur the brain, Probably this is because the fish go so often In schools. Fashion Notes. New parasols are made of silk, with & very full, rather wide ruffle of silk mus lin, embroidered on the edge in a heavy scallop. A waist garniture of butter-colored lace and Dresden ribbon is made with a prefectly plain collar of the lace, a square yoke, and shoulder ruffles plait ed exceedingly full. Won the Stanhope Medal. :ry year the bravest deed done in 3avlng life In the Drltish dominions is marked by the award of the Stanhope t remedy, Syrup of Figs, gold medal by the Royal Humane so KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and onjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world s best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho Dr. PIERCE'S Golden iledical DISCOVERY Cures Ninety-eight per cent, of all cases of Consumption, In all Its Earlier Stages. Although by many believed to be incura ble, there is the evidence of hundreds of living witnesses to the fact that, in all its earlier stages, consumption is a curable disease. Not every case, but i large per centage of cases, and we believe, fully oS per cent, arc cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, even after the disease has progressed so far as to induce repeated bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering cough with copious expectoration (includ ing tubercular matter), great loss of flesh and extreme emaciation and weakness. Denver Directory. mm Headquarter! For HARNESS AND SADDLE lo not be decjlvj I b airjU rb!e lk-titlom prion, I an ai teem a rm fr H, Jllstjel torn, iloulil cluj.ii, c-iibiy-mildlo for 111, but bifiri pur rhniing, ond for my mvr illus- nutueu nun uutcriouvo cm iio3-u . tree, and soj wait you ar ordering, and if gcorts sro not a rourofcntsd, y.ia can return pnme at my oxpoiiBe. 1 tw the be o.il tanned leather and employ only Urtt clan iron men, J. tl. nil. son. 17 tolTSl Larimer St. DUN V'lili, COLO DKNVKIl 168? Illakc. TENT & AWNING w. rite as. nidHc A.Voi'lIKit great re daction In prices and dloi.-ind harueti.Thi)y co-it you not b in or 'in mlnntlon. hott f'Ji Blhile buusy lisr BOtl in Colorado fur Hi; U eluide bunny naiueaa for fs.5i; a nickel or rubber trimmed I3J doublo roiK-i ml harness wl h breeching lot WO; W' nu-ei nnrn mock .18 i dln for :.:: :.n mod horn stock saddle, double dacha for 115. Do not be docelvod by worthies! imitations, but send your order direct til us and uet Hie boft eni'.;no ou!t tanned hnrnoss for examination boforo paying for sumo, i atalogaa froo. All goods stamped, Kri'il Mueller. 1413-141.1 Larimer street, peivor, Colo. Ilcst known thing to kill grasshoppers. Any quantity yon want. L. A. WAT KINS Co. mth and Wazce Sts., Denver, Col. mm. ii ii COAL TAR , I Its excellence is due to Ha presenting I t . A .....1 ailaaa ciety. It was given this year to Will- in tne !orni T, "P"""" lam Mugford, of Torquay, who was caught in a sewer where he was at work with three companions when the sewer was flooded by a sudden thunder storm, and saved two of the men by holding them up by main strength for seven hours until relief came. Longest Stretch of Cable. The longest unbroken stretch of tel egraphic cable In the world is the one which connects the Red sea with In dia. The weight of iron employed in Its construction was not less than 61, 126,714 pounds, while tho copper weighed 547,404 pounds; 3,590 knots was- the tdtal length of cable used. ant to the taste, the nrfreshiiig and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative; effectual ly cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and i'cycra ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met mth the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionnble substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50g and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, who3e name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed,you will not accept any Mibstitute- if. ottered. E. E. BURLI NGAME'S ASSAY OFFICE And Chemical Laboratory. Uli, f,.W IMS. JRWELEItS AND PHOXOQllAPHEIML tend your sweeps and waste containing gold and silver for treatment 1'rompt return and highest ciksh price paid for gold and sil ver bullion. Address 1730 and 1733 Law rence Street. Denver. Colorado. PATENTS Obtained in all countilcs, II. S. Bailey, W Equitable lildg., Denver Viivi Corei iTemaleWeakbeu of any kind .30 VldVI Londoner Kk.llKiO Arapahoe si. Denver PHINTIN'O npa Ihrendlng uil cuiun. Koek & i..: s !.. 1415-17 lHth St. nUACIIIXlHT Itetmirs of MINING III Machinery, eta l'loo threading nud cultlnir. Irelht elevators. & CREAMERY SUPPLIES. BUM AgCBte ror Sharpies u?ian n parntnr. hand nud nower, sold on easy paymcntc and long time. A. nATKINS M i)M. CO., 15th and Wazee Sti., Denver, Col. A SURE CURTToR PILES Itching Piles kntiirn by moisture Hko poraniration, cans mlonse itching when warm. Thisfunn and Blind, Vlaed ins or Protruding Piles yield at once to DR. BO-SAN-KO'8 PILE REMEDY, which acts directly on part affected, absorbs tumorc aW Uys itching, effecting a permanent cure. Prioa Ma. Druggisu or mid. Dr. Uonanko, 1'hllada., fa