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KINZER,
The
Pioneer Watchmaker and Jewler
OF BLUEFIELD.
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Come to NEW SXAND and See my Great Attractions
in
NEW GOODS
they will Startle and Attract You. Everything that is Exquisite
and Ornamental can be had at my place. Reserve your Holi
ay Orders for me.
My New Place
233 PRINCETON AVENUE.
FEMININE FADS.
Lace rosebuds are used on net
blouses.
Small hats and toques are very
popular for general wear.
The dainty bolero adds a dressy
touch to ny costume.
Plaid waist* In clantarlans are
shown in the eastern shops.
For runabout or back wear checks
plaids and tweeds will be the favor
ed materials.
A quaint dog collar or fresh wa
ter pearls and real pink coral pleas
es fair beholders.
\ Jewel-topped lace collar sup
porter has two widely curved braces
to give extra stiffening.
Cray and black and white mix
tures. checks and plaids, are shown
by first class tailors.
The largot hat still retains its
place for dressy occasions and is
generally of velvet or beaver.
Artificial flowers are made of
©very hue; roses, green and purple
generally in rather a dull faded
shade; chrysanthemum's are a vqry
conceivable autumn tint.
Tho colored shoes which have
been so readily adopted are always
accompanied hy stockings to match.
Fancy plaids, two-tone checks,
stripes, series and cheviots are pop
ular goods for walking and school
stilts.
Mixed suitings, checks and plaids
are much used for sailor suits and
nre usually trimmed with plain
color.
T/Ovely plaids abound. Prarlo green
sage. T.ondon fog beautiful browns
and new grays nre now shown.
Ttolts for dressy gowns are of
gold or silver ribbon ^ffh colored
flowers woven Into the glittering
meshes.
.Tewelry that Imitates the nntlque
bandbenten sort In old designs comes
In a variety of gold and silver
brooches.
Blouse packets with high girdles
nre also to he stylish Indeed for
suits of broadcloth, cheviot, velve
teen. etc.
r-cmovvT
THE NEED.
When this nation comeg back to
tho old Jeffersonian doctrine of
minding its own business and mak
ing no etangling alliances with for
eign nations It will bo 'speedily per
ceived that we have no uso for a
preat navy and burdening the peo
ple with tho building of 110,000,000
warships will cease. If it wore not
for our possession of the Philippine*
that would be the universal con
sensus of opinion today. Perhaps
tho good Lord will pome day re
move that appendix. It Is sure to
bo done somo time, and tho only
fear Ip that It will take a surgical
operation to accomplish It.—Colum
bus Press-Post.
THE WORK TAX
ON WOMEN.
Tho physical cost of the work of
women In factories and shops Is
graphically drawn out of his own
experience by the famous specialist,
Dr. A. Jacob. In tho February maga
zine Issue of tho New York Char
ities and the Common. Says Dr.
Jacobi, apropos of the bill recently
passed by Congress for an Investiga
tion (which now- needs an appropria
tion to make It effective):
Tho wholesale homicide commit
ted by our recklessness In lavishing
untold mon and women and children
should atop. This Investigation
should rellcra our Ignorance of a
groat many things wtych can be
taught only by careful and persis
tent statistical research. The coun- !
try should know, under what cir
cumstances. at what ago, how long,
people work, by night or by day;
whether shorter hours could or
should be enforced; whether more
schooling, more physical education
should be insisted upon; what It la
that In acme conditions caisson phys
ical and moral inferiority; why there
la leas resistance to disease and
death In certain classes; why there
Is more Injury done by some trades
than hy others; why workingmen
show a greater morality above 20;
why working women exhibit a long
er duration of disease and a slower
convalescence than women in other
walk* of life; why tho girl of fac
tory ago Ik 1«*8b developed than the
average; whether, or why. night
work Is ao much nioro disastrous;
and whether what I have brought
out as the personal experience of
those who have opportunities to
learn In connection with the calami
tous results of the collision of phys
ical labor with child bearing la
correct through the breadth of the
land. We hnve no satiation to guide
us. Wo have never cared to have
them( contrary to every poor ahso
1 utIstic or half clvlllrod European
concern. We are proud here of
"doing things." Here l« something
that America can do.
Although there are twenty politi
cal parties In Germany, one Inde
pendent was chosen tu the new
relchstag.
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