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Frocks tor Girls
y t'S. 35 T HE dress at the left, for a girl from 10 to 14 years old, Is of white ba tiste linen. It Is In princess form, drawn In at the waist with fine tucks, tnd trimmed with bands of embroidery V lace. It Is finished at the neck with la applique of pink linen; the long backed undersleeves are of white linen. The little girl's frock Is of red linen With white dots. The blouse and tierees are cut In one piece and trimmed with applique bands of white flaen edged with red. The yoke Is of taoe or embroidery. LACE HEADPIECE A NOVELTY Becoming Innovation That Bids Fair to Retain Popularity for 8omo Time. One of the features for the hats for formal wear is the round piece of lace that Is attached to the Inside of a large shape Just as a bandeau is used, ft falls in soft folds over the hair and looks quite like the lacy edge of—save the mark!—a breakfast cap. But you have no idea of the becomingness of this innovation. Pretty features ap pear more lovely under the softening ■alo of tulle or lace, and other faces are vastly improved by the medium be tween them and the felt or satin crown at a large hat Black, white or metallic lace is used lor this frill that Is arousing comment, tiny rosebuds of narrow ribbon or ■mall silk flowers are worked into the lace, lessening the contrast and harmo nising with the plumes or lace trim ming on the outside of the chapeau, the ruffle Is about two Inches wide. It Is attached before the lining is adjust ed, although a few milliners have ar ranged for a change of lace by a series pf loops and buttons. How did this originate? Why, prob ably from the fancy turban headdress $t lace trimmed with flowers that Parisiennes wore In the summer In evenings. At all events, sustained by Bs knowledge that a hat with this In ner frill was awarded first prize at the |rcat exhibition of chapeaux, it comes SB something new and bids fair to be adopted. Frocks for Schoolgirls. Schoolgirl frocks for very small pris nearly all show combinations this fear. Plain and plaid effects or those If plain fabric combined with checks, ire perhaps moet frequently seen. Just now taffeta is used to trim cloth, and moth to trim taffeta; moire or velvet may be combined with almost any ma terial, either as a mere touch or as a substantial portion of a dress. As lor old foulards, they may be freshen ed for use throughout the winter as house dresses combined with taffeta er with veiling; or they may be cut Bp to Une a Jacket or cape, or be re made as a petticoat. Just now some Bf the most fashionable petticoats are trimmed with strap-flounce bands of flowered foulard or other Boft silk.— Harper's Baser. The Automobile Veil. Do you realise how soiled an aut» mobile veil quickly gets? If It Is In n color not to show dust, do not Imag ine there is none there. If you have regard for your skin, wash your veil frequently. Because of this washing it pays to get a good quaUty of veil in the start. Chiffon cloth washes admirably; chlf Ion itself pulls. Use a pure white peep and lukewarm water. Rinse weU Without bard rubbing. Dry out most gf the moisture between thick cloths e nd iron while partially damp. Chair for the Sewing Machine. An Important thing to remember In yenning a sewing machine Is to have g chair of exactly the right height The gt gimt of this detail has been the O f«« of giving a bad name to many I willing thing of steel and Iron, for g the seat Is too low the operator not guly gets very tired, but the machine runs noisily and heavily. The skirt is encircled at the bottom with a band of white linen, edged with red, and the girdle Is of white linen. The dres at the right, for a girl from 10 to 14 years. Is of white dotted batiste made up In pretty fashion over pink liberty. The yoke and trimming are of Eng lish embroidery and raised embroi dery. It is finished at the neck with a band and knot of narrow black velvet ribbon. The sash Is of pink liberty ribbon prettily knotted at the left side. HOW TO REDUCE THE FLESH 8trenuous Methods Coupled With Pa tience Are a Necessity—Redu cing the Diet Strenuous methods are methods de manding patient, unceasing self-con trol and deprivation. They must not be foolish methods, if one Is to pre serve one's health. Too rapid reduc tion is decidedly dangerous for any one, and any reduction is dangerous, without the advice of a physician, for one who is not well. Moreover, every individual must select her own meth od and learn from experience which one will help her. It is usually a prêt ty safe experiment to cut one's menu in half—one egg instead of two in the morning, one slice of toast instead of two, one helping instead of two at dinner, etc. Most of us undoubtedly eat too much, and reducing the diet, while leaving ub hungry at first moat of the time, cannot do any harm If not carried to extremes. Moreover, it is pretty sure to be effectual. If la addition to that we give up starches, sweets, and butter, taking dry toast instead of hot or cold bread, and drinking no water with our meals, the results are bound to be satisfactory.— Harper's Bazar. COAT FOR FALL WEAR. ks-.' IN, Fawn colored face cloth is e here; the coat has the sleeves a kimono. It fastens at the le at the ends of the long velvet which Is embroidered; the match; a deep band of braidln the foot of coat Hat of straw, trimmed with black net Materials required: 5 yards 48 inches wide, 1 yard velv dosen yards braid, 4 yards lining to waist -V TO THE FRONT Every Dog Has His Day For the past sixty days automobile manufacturers, dealers, traveling men, and the trade in gener al have earned gossip of every conceivable nature concerning the BUICK Company and the BUICK Car. One could hear any hind of a report by keeping an ear close to the ground. .. ,T ; S * LONG LANE THAT HAS NO TURNINS and the BUICK Company have reached that turn by successfully floating a loan which puts them on their feet with a bang, and places them in better shape than ever before. But in the meantime they were not idle, progress was being made, new 1911 models of the latest improved construction thruout were being built ready for the 1911 season. The BUICK Company is NOT doing what practically all the other popular priced manufacturers are trying to carry out, that is, change the color of the paint, or some other minor detail, and continue the same models for 1911 that they used for 1910. And what is more they started out with the idea that they would be able to unload all of these at the same old 1910 price, but before getting very far they found that the supposed guiUible public were getting wise to this fact; then in order to successfully get awav with the proposition, they found it necessary to reduce the 1910 selling price, which was done forthwith. Later developments seemed to indicate that this would not solve the problem. Consequently it is hard to tea what the next move will be. The fact of the matter in a nut-shell is, that the majority of the popular-priced Companies must necessarily do during 1911, just what the BUICK Company did in 1910, that is, make a general cleanup so as to bring out a new model car. Consequently, the BUICK Cars for 1911 are just one year ahead of the others, for their machines will be brand new models, having the latest of everything attached, and not a continuation of the old 1910 machines, which are now being sold by competitive manufacturers under the guise of new models by simply making a change in the paint, or something equally ridiculous. We take it for granted that the automobile buying public are more than "seven" and when they buy a 1911 model—a real 1911 model they expect to receive, and if these manufacturers think they can put something over, they will be sadly mistaken. BUICK cars for 1911 will show the result of the greatest effort on the part of the best trained engineers in America today, to turn out new 1911 models that will be the equal of machines costing sev eral times as much, but at popular prices. Furthermore, we have been in the business a sufficient length of time to thoroughly understand that we dare not make these asser tions unless we have the goods to back them up. Another thing, the story has gone broad cast & Co. are selling BUICK Cars, and at a rediculous price, we want to simply say that this report is a lie out of the whole cloth. Sears-Roebuch & Co. have never sold nor had for sale any BUICK Cars and furthermore we will pay $1000.00 COLD CASH to any person who can prove to the contrary. All our models will bo available within the next thirty days, so don't hurry, take a peep at the 1911 BUICK Line before making your selection. We will have something to show you that will be worth waiting to see; we have never misled you and will not this time. To The Dealers In the Country We want to say to yon, don't taka any etoek In the malicious stories that ara being circulated broadcaat concerning the BUICK Company, for this Company la now In bottor shapa financially and In avory other way then ovor before, and there Is absolutely no truth In any reports to tho contrary. Competition la trying hard to discredit tho BUICK Company and the BUICK Car for thoy woll know thoy will have hard sledding to soil tholr maohlnos when tho roally now 1811 BUICK Cars mako tholr appearance on tho market. We simply want to say to yon, PIH YOUR FAITH TO THE BUICK CAR, and yon will bo tho big winner In yonr locality, for tho BUICK Company and tho PERCE AUTOMOBILE CO. ara too onorgotle to bo followers or In othor words bring op tho roar. Thoy are only saflsflod with ono position, THAT IS IR FRORT, so don't close up on any automobllo agency for 1811 unll yon have soon the BUICK Uno, and have had a talk with ths PERCE AUTOMOBILE CO. Rot In touch with thorn at ones. Pence Automobile Co Hennepin Ave. and Eighth St., Minneapolis, Minn. A Simple Safegrad For Mothers. Mrs. D. Gilkeson, 326 Ingles Ave.. uingBtnwn. Ohio, gained wisdom experience "My little girl had -erve cold an I coughed almost eontinously. My sister recommen ed Foley's Honey and Tar. The first dose I gave her relieved the inflammation in her throat and after using only one bottle her throat and lungs were entirely free from inflammation. Since then I always keen a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar in the house. Ac cept no substitutes. The Republic Pharmacy. If hubby gets up cranky in t morning serve hirn with some our delicious home made break! sausage and save the day. C Meat Market.