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Good Suit Year
for the Shops
Never has there been a better "suit
ear," as they have it in the vernacu
r ob the shops. The weather has
b- t right-not too warm and not
And just at this time, says
a Yerk fashion correspondent.
on4hl e newest creations in the
-ay of wintW suits and all-the-year
round suits and'fancy suits and plain
suits. After a few weeks have passed
the "general horisin" will again be
dotted with varieties of top coats and
fur wraps, etc., but right at this min
ute the popular trend is all in the di
rection of the suit. Then here is the
psychological moment to study the
suit, for the forward marching ones
are setting the styles for many months
to come and the little variances which
they show are the ones that are des
tined to live. Thus does the wary
womas plan her dressing, so that
when she buys there will be no dan
ee, of her becoming the proud posses
sor of style that has seen its day.
Then again we have such encourag
-ag news by way of bargain announce
ments that prices are much below
-*ýs u Popular Type of V.eiwas
atr Wm Fur Trimmilg.
agge at twinter. A suit that a
ast wlter for about $15 rwil
fo fr betwee ** sd 17L
t irs at athe ame sit, dithe.
that has the msme value as the
S.o IM t pmes-net the came --st
semiimr. There ias deubt
-sate thme arq shoed * th
pp dea elme.t uestlea-5-4
mte ato sets mIem ne the
-e a abe teethesd th
i m mvan Is the Lead.
!e s eervanme of al r ITo
e that of aN astsusis
-t as s ie weaves that ha
staamtror the mw- weht
g1Asph thr p -gantrNt aMre
AsMi i this wely or
g +t , thees wae tewm
dtf . Da n tA e weaves
aM is de es heavy asmi
40 *nse wteth are se saft sad
. Se. eW m be gathes4d byse
*E+ t sl o Lm7 m. There ms
oleas the ok Ve
400 uisu that are amse
#aIrs That Are Best Liked
of rnmin the 3mpmr
of7 w a wbt ' aff
+Ml sia ti t mmiupet
hvue to.hasp up the
' seitlem. .a&Wheth
X1 the -ww fu w t
-.a pelt at that sit.
la s them .a that are
* aU3~i sam m*4 ae the
thsda fr ceetme am.
""m sam taus Oiinsa
Wýth the ouad a of
,- The ir p r
10 as saes we ee ·P -
* otaub dw .
a~td is so at
.. and *a*s t
tm the hal-
,wkk Ouu Itoh ~
irk it . rw .
"RE"IN ITWEEN" GIRL
iS rlif tau
A-cww 6rrq to
t ~ aUlh
- m.: ww º hw
of a clever combination of the two
sorts of thread. The latter, they say,
wears better than all the rest put to
gether. It does not show that evil
characteristic of matting into a mashed
spot at the place where the suit :s
subjected to rubbing. However, so fine
and well made are most of these plied
fabrics that when mashing does occur
It can very easily be removed by a
little judicious steaming.
The colors of these newest of fab
rics are perhaps their greatest charm,
for it has been many years since we
women have been able to indulge in
such subtleties of color expression.
All the way from the brightest and
most glowing of shades to those that
are verily neutral in their effect is the
range of color tones, and while most
of the suits rug p browns or to one
of the numerous taupe shades, still
there are some made from the gor
geous blue and green tones that make
up so well with the gray fure and oth
ers in the reddish shades that are so
effective when combined with the
darker brown and black, both long and
short haired furs.
Coats Are Noticeably Long.
The coats on the newest of all the
sults that are being worn are quite
noticeably long--so long, in fact, .that
but the merest bit of a skirt hangs
out, for, with the present rage in New
York for skirts that are short and
with this added favor for longer coats
there is left but a small portion of
space that can be allotted to the skirt.
~there are reasons to be thankful for
this, the latest whim of fashidn, too.
For. while the legs that protrude
from the short line of the skirt must
necessarily be cold. still upon the re
maining portion of the body two lay
ers of material are lavished-more
than we have had to keep out the
chilly blasts in many winters gone by.
Some of the coats are fitted quite
snugly, following the lines of the fig
ure, and then again many of them are
made full enough to make a tightish
belt necessary to gather the fullness
together about the waist.
There is one exception to the longer
coat, and that is the little box coat,
which has to be short in order to carry
out its character. It reaches a high
hip line this season, and is, single
breasted-and it is more apt to be
madb up from the homespun materi
als, as it is a little more outdoors In
style than are some of the other cuts.
One particularly smart box coat had
a rather narrow rolled collar of bea
ver with pockets of the same fur set
on the extreipe edge of the coat, so
that they looked more like a wide
binding for the cost than they did flke
Skirts Are Quite Short
From all the skirts that eaould be
noticed the conclusion was drawn that
y are still "in our midst," sad. ar
ophedies about French tendencles to
lthe contrary notwithstadlng, quite.
quite short. Some of them m
be called too short for beauty of pme
portion, but, be that as it may, tir
leater skirt as yet looks eat of place
in and around New York. The width
of the skirts are still moderate. and
they are as straight as ean be la liae.
with just enough reom left to allow a
step to be made to comfort and ease.
is ma skirt that retards walking
Sain any way.
The sleeves the very aet of the
Ssalts are fitted to the last degree ao
Sperfection. The armbees are as mal
r as they posibly can be and still r
ams i the ~as of the "pefet st."
SOur American wait shows met the last
Stedeney to go large and klmono-tlkt
ist the armhole. It keeps the wl
a mde tailored look. and sometimes I
*I astoalhlng to aee bow far beck am
armbole can go and still hMp its
i teyarpted contour.
this easo it is the facy7 of the mest
m- ars to dye this fur. not only
o4tk, which has been the accepted
ear In the pest, but any of the gray
and en and brown shades to harmon
Ite with the color of the material with
whieh It is combined.
The fur sets that are designed to be
were with suits have very light neck.
pieces and mtas. They are mere ase
ces ir the collars and euls and the
nareutast of them do not attempt to be
At the cape variety, the matching
sls geeping the small, regularly
reyied hape that s always the as
tepted iling tot a mff at any time
Indeed, the high prices to whlh ftars
have maeeaded make this fahbls for
restraint is their ause almeost a grim
aeesly. Rappily the aeressaty Ia
the backgroed has reated a fashion
which could ae be better looklng it
it trled. Under the lreamtstanees, any
tp at klr as would be, to ay
Shlea t, eut t placi
inr hats are chic, and may be
Sw levely corlarigsp.
harm Im. of t . mwtmor .me at
t * Wr fabrics to bridas the 0p b..
twans w aje umwmsd 'th esat
dp seal at velv.- tani. or
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1 O gatraqf Hnw of the cheltne drm.
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Sixty Dollars a Li
Month and Board i
By H. LOUIS RAYBOLD p
4(., 19S0. by McClure Newspaper S ndicate h
"My Mlster's a crank on the .uh- si
ject!" declared Kenneth Horton from nII
the davenport piled with fraternity 11
sofa pillows. "She's terribly ad- a,
vanced-thinks no man worth his salt ~
unless he earns his living by the
sweat of his manly brow. Take me." ti
he illustrated ruefully. "I want to V
go muscalonge fishing in the Muskoka I
this summer, but Kit 'says 'No-my b1
place is helping father on the farm. e
He's short of help'-so that's wheres'
you can address me, care of the R. It
F. D." '
"Maybe she's right, at that." grinned
Jdck, his roommate, whereupon he be- a
came the target for a rapid fire of e
cushions. "But, joking aside. Ken. I'll It
admit I'm-Well, honestly gone over s
her picture. I'd like to meet the e
"You ! What chance would you f
stand, you bloated bondholder, you t
dyed-in-the-wool old plutocrat? W",hy,
she'd give one look at your Cordovan t
oboes, silk shirts and exclusive neck- t
wear-and get out her tracts on the t
slnq of the wealthy. I was houie all I
last summer, and I know !"
"But you don't know my "scheme, r
old thing," retorted Jack earnestly. i
"I don't intend to let her see me In .
this offensve outfit. You say your
father is short of help. Let me go
down and apply for work. You tip
him off to hire me, but keep mum I
as to my real status. Miss Katherine
will see in me a 'man who toils' and- t
A week or so later, Kenneth pre
sented his father with a new "hand."
whom he vaguely explained as "picked
up on the way," and Kenneth's father,
after one glance at the powerful frame.
the strength of which was not con
cealed by extremely ill-fitting clothes.
hired him on the spot for $00 a month
As the days went by. Jack alter
nately cursed and blessed his Job.
Viewed as a "stunt," it was prov-ing
rather a coitly one In time and en
ergy, but considered in the light atf an
opportunity to be near the ipost beau
tiful girl he had ever seen and to show
her the stuff that was in him, it
wasn't so bad. Mr. Hdrton did not
hesitate to commend his reliability,
willingness and eflciency, and Jack se
cretly oherished the hope that some
report of it all reached Katherine
through her brother.
Just one worry had Jack. He wish
ed Katherine would nat ride Sultan.
The horoe was a real devil, and Jack
had beard Kenneth warn Katherine
that be would cut up rough some day.
t Sultamn brother, the Shah, was being
broken la by Mr. Horton, and Jack.
watching the spirited creature rear
and buck beneath his rider, shuddered
t at the power possessed and, luckily, so
, seldom appreciated, by that animal,
s the horse. But Jack mas scarcely in
a tlon to }a his protests with
I those itbe girt's father and brother.
His meetings with Katherine had
Sbeen most casual and quite Imper
smonL Nor had be observed on her
+. part any laterest whatever in a man
who toiled. Thema oe day she came
down to the meadow where Kenneth
e and his ther and Jack were piling
f the hrack with sweet, sun-saturated
I hay. With her was a gay bevy of col
lege girls, whq elamoeed to help and
thea ride bhme as the lead. Jack had
tthe pleasare of giving Katherine a
helplag hand a she diahed to the
top. Then he settled down close by
t the two men in fLrat to make room
Sfor the girls.
Be ws medltating on the disadvan
tagas of the positin he wars occupying
for the eake of a mad whim when his
thoughts were interrupted by scramps of
convermatlon behind him.
"t Well. yor views have elanged,
S"To be sate," came the volce of the
Sgirl he loved. "That was just a pass
SIng uiase of my education. Of course.
hI still think ioslst work hurts no
body, but I can see how wealth, and
Sthe lemure it brings, has its place in
the world, too."
"Remember how you said you'd ney
er maurry a rich man?" teased somue
I "Oh, forget the idiocies of my soph
romore days," pleaded Katherine good
naturedly. "Just let him show him
Sself nor and you'd appreciate my
Schange of heart."
SThe Inconsequential chatter coan
tlinued along other chpnelsi but he
5hind Mr. Horton's annuspecting bhack
Jack glared at Kenneth. Katherinae
f ns a an lager looking for a "toiler."
SaId It he chaudcked the bluf and 'feaned
up, as Kenneth repeatedly arged him
to do. he feared she would think bhim
aothag less than an iliot.
SThe followlng day Jack, bridle on
arm, bhis carse of actloo still unde
FEAR OF BREAKING MIRROR
- Aeldout That Ia Aseolated With One
of the Oldest Spersttlena of
Whem a lady, however cultured and
latellgent, sceldentally ashatters her
mniror. the in spa to trn pale. She
may even talate though she may not
t believe in the subsequent
%Cevsa yearst bad tlck" or the eme
at thee mas he holds mat dear.
Is this peraps heesom all peoples
L have regarde irrers a mabelle?
That fm the erlkeet time. It has
hes the ltastumest with which the
ag e.m-- -itae- with fete? (Who
hals st se ssecrt t~s esalt the'
-m amde a wet mPIrr tIstead a
Seimma h) n hee ~War Chb'lian te
-adI 'ui who teg rofmli drape the
aiamtks ia eemt buss thr
-fuS] e hsea ihe uSeit o diath
to that se t eibeli onsa· with
agakampeaksense ** a
clidw followed Mr. Horton as the lat
ter went down to the sout:h pasture to
have another tussle with tihe Snah
Lifting down the bars., the two uen
entered the lot. replaced the:r c(ure
fully. and walked slowly over :o where
the Shah, sleek amid rungn;ti-'cnt, wa
feeding. Jack. ,hrlie ehinrd him,
waited as Mr. lhrton t:adle hi alp
Suddenly. around thle he:nd of the
wooIa road that skirted the :asture. a
horse's stucrt, ho llf h ,1 hats Ihroke thelt
slu;nlerrou siltlnc.e :o the t lll ill i lminer
morning. Aill to the starthtl ci eIs of
tie men appearred the Snlu. I run- CI
un\\ y at last. ( lirgilg to hi, hia'k
Both men, il.lidl by the mntelll
thought. stairtel for the Shah. \i Lo
was standing. nose raisel. -en-'itie e
ly awnre of the,' e-xcitelllrent. laut .lIirkl
being the yournger Il:an, was thie oslr -
er. Managing to slip the bridle on, ne
swung astride land, somlehow assert
Ing his control. drove the animal
straight to the bars--fnd over.
The Sultan. suddenly confronted in
a lane so narrow that the tree branch- 1
ea met overlhe:ad, by a plunging an
Imal determined to throw his rider, a:
slowed down. stopped. and stood shaiv ci
ering. At the same moment that Kath- a
erine, weak and shaken. slipped down Ii
from the saddle. Jack was hurled over
the head of the Shah. s
When Mr. Horton reached the scene. a
the Shah was down the lane, the Sul
tan standing quietly, and Katherine d
bending over her rewcuer. who wan
lying with his eyes closed.
"Where tlle devil did you le'rn to a
ride like that. man?" murmured the
farmer even as lie stooped to feel
"l'laying polio," answ red Jack a:
sent-ImIndedly, and lst ctonrcliousnestys.
Mr. Horton, to whom plso-plhyin.g
farmnhlnds were a new experience.
sent Kntherine to tile house to get tihe
doctor for Jack and to get Kenneth
to come after the horses.
Late that afternoon. Jack, propped
up on the chalse longue in the cool
guest cLhamber of the farmhl.se, was
berating himself with choice Invec
The door opened softly and in
stepped Katherine. bearing a tray.
"Mother sent up your supper." she ex
There was one thing Jack wanted
more than his supper-he wanted to
know if Katherine knew. Perhaps she
read his wish in his face. At any
rate she smiled a little and sat down
by the window.
V "Kenneth ihas told me the whole
t story." she said. "and while it was kind
t of crazy. I can't help feeling flattered
that any man would te willing to
I work hard for sirty dollars a month
and board. uist tot---t "
'"To try and omake good in the ees
of the woman with whoe picture he
tfed in love." snid .Jack quietly.
1. Katherine fluhentl. Then: "Pleate.
oh. please walt." she said hastily. sun
a til-until you're well again."
And Jack. knowing the dotor had
predicted a speedy recovery. was con
d Pleasures of aStitude.
0 Give me the flowing river that runs
1between the pine cll shores (ive me
n the babbling brook with its rippling
h music! And you may have the crowd
r. ed streams ot commnere that rush and
d toms between the huuh piles of granite.
writes L. J. Muir la the Utah C('ron
S(live me the twinkling stars-the
e glow of the silver mootn And a tmil
h lion electric torches that illaminate the
g great cities are yours.
d Give me the musac of the wind ;wept
I- trees! And keep your s.tpithontes.
d Give me the belltwing herd. the crsw
SIng rcock. the chirp of the new hatched
a brood! And your ('arours and McCor
e macks all not be mmissed.
y ire me the joyous vision of the
n budding rose that flls the untllled
felds, the hlnehells by the brook. the
- cowsllp In the marshy bed! And you
I may have all the forced blooms, the
is result of man's effort to improve on
i the works of God.
I Drink Water With Meals.
Contrary to a long standing theory.
Swater taken with meals is now reom
Smended. For years It has Ibeen taught
. such a procednure weakens the secre
i- tons of gastric juice. also that diges
d tion would be dlelayedl or inhihbted.
a But now it has been proved thnt drink
ing water with menals stintrnlte the
r- secretion of tatric Jlice, that it pro
Sduces an improved liver function and
that it en:abhles the fool to Ie utilized
- more economnicl:l: futrther. the saliva
- acts more efficiently when dilute'l wtl
- water. Thus we arep encoulnll to
y drink plenty of pure water while eat
I Technical skill is not the highos
Sgift of an artist. buit it is his mosl
necessary acci)mpllisflhet, for with
Sout it he cannot vjrthly realize his
eonceptions, howev4T elevated. This
Is a truism and has heran s.aid hefore
in various ways. but it may he well to
say it once again. . . .-Philip Gilbert
bad luck." Napnioleor, was so Intensely
msperrtitionus on this point that once
*he happened to hmrek the glass that
covered the pifctre f Josephilne. ear
ful that thls might spell the same
calamity as breaking a mirror he sent
d A courier to make sure that she was
Ssafe, and slept neither tday nor night
Still ;he courler's return. A famous
SlEngilih writer died Just one month
t after he openly h(sted that he would
defy this nirrmor msuperstltion.
S Torn-m.Tom Not in It.
And now It is Irnedml that the tonm
s tmin drai is a valuahle aid to lUbor
Sla HytL Lahbores move abnet their
* work in uonlsm with the regalar beats
elof the tot-tom players, who prob
- ably accelerate their. ovemanets aI
accordance with the measmru at
"speed desired by the esployqr. Ba
It i doubttuL If tm-tome drus., even
ir wht played bi the t.at emnermh
Sof pouders5 tcan sltir anythin like the
activity which lI, Imseralily displaye
t- wherver the gymnastl eac r'm m
h the ba drmamer of a rea Meoetah
*ihtslt aders hand ar diven flme pla
San a parade arpn tan American atser
ý, 1J.. W ,eýtr-n r..N papr n'\u.un.)
Yes. tie task that is given to each
m:t~ nI other can ido
So th, terranld is .ai;tl:,. It has v aited
for ages for . 1.
And now you op;,.ar and ti:(- IHushed
(ne- are turnIng their gaze
To see what you do '~tn your chance
In tie tharibter of da s.
COOD THINGS FOR THE INVALID.
Fo- the in\V-lhil only ea.l Ly diaenst
ed filul should be choine'i ,tl t it
iared in a way
which .will not de
tract from its di
foods to becomne
be softened and
liquid foods will digest with less diffil
culty and in cases of severe illness
are always prescribed by the physi
clan. Broths, gruels, milk, fruit juices
and cream soups are Included in a
In serving a tray for an invalid one
should avoid serving too many things
at once. It is a plgasure to have the
food served in courses when it can be
done without too great a bdrden to
the caretaker. After the meal is over
the tray and all food should he re
moved at once.
Malted Milk Cocoa.-Mix one table
Sspoonful of mnllted milk powder with i
one te.ltspsInful of coco('n and three
foulrths of a cupful of Iolling water.
Sweeten to taste, stirring well. Boil
three mnllutes. Serve hot.
Egg Nests.--Toast a circular piece
of breadl; butter and place on a hot I
plate. Bent the white of an egg until
stiff. heap on the toast and drop the t
egr unbroken in the center; season I
with butter, salt and pepper. if used.
Set in a moderate oven until the white
Potato Baked in the Half Shell.
Bake a g(o d-shapel d potato anti scoop
out the inside. Season well and re- I
turn to the shell, brush over the top t
with the beaten white of egg or milk
d and b;.own slightly. If cheese can lhe
0 eaten a sprinkling of grated cheese
e uay e added to the potato'for flavor.
y Egg Lemonade.-Beat one egg, add
n two tablespoonfuls of sugar, two
tablespoonfuls of lemon juice and one
cupful of cold water. Add the water
d grtlually, stirring until smooth and
d well mixed. Strain and serve. Egg
o nog is made in the same way as the I
h lemonade, nddtling a rting of nutmeg.
I hit of vanilla or fruit Jluke and milk
in place of the lemon and water.
I Brussels Sprouts With Butter.--Toll
one quart of sprohmt in two quarts of
". hilling .uitedl water about fifteen mit
Snes. Let drain on a c(loth, then toss
In a frying piln with four tablespoon
id fuls of butter: when the butter is ab
n- sorbed, spfinkle with one teaqpoonfful
of chopued parsley and a dash of salt;
m!x and arrange in a mound on a serv
ing dish. Surround with toast points.
Ie Community Spirit says: "I am us
dor obligations of service to my neigh
bor next door, whoever he is. I am
Sunder obligations of service to m.
al community; I am no longer a residen.
only; I am a responsible citizen. 1
must make it my duty to see that
schools and churches teach first of all
II- FAVORITE WINTER RECIPES.
For those who find it necessary to
pt serve meat substitutes, the following
as. Is worth trying:
Cottage Cheese Loaf.
., Take one cupful of
rr- cooked kidney beans, one
one cupful of ground
'4 peanuts, one tableapoon
e ful (,f chopped onion, one
Stablespoonful of butter,
ei one cupful each of
u strained tomato and bread crumbs,
salt and pepper to taste. Combine the
Ingredients, form into a roll. Brush
with melted fat and hake in a mod
y. erate oven for a half hour.
n- Cottage Cheese Pie.-Take one cup
it ful of cottage cheese, two-tfhirds of a
e- cupful of maple stlrup, two-thirds of
a-a cupful of milk, the yolks of two
4. eggs. well heaten: two tablespoonfuls
k- of melted butter, salt and one-half tea
w spoonful of vanilla. MIx in the order
o- given and bake the ple in one crust.
id Cool slightly. cover with a meringue
'l and brown in a slow oven.
ra Raisin Paste.-lPut two uenpfuls of
nl raisins. washed and dried. through a
to meat grinder; add one-half cupful of
it- orange Juice. two tablespoonfuls of
lemon juice, one .e,spoonful of salt
and one cupful ,f rut meats, ground.
or half a cuful of peanut butter.
ei AIx until smooth, pack Into jelly
a glasses and cover. It 'ill keLep a long
h- time sud is delicious for sandwiches.
is Gluten Mul-ffins.--Take two cupfuls
is of gluten flour, two cupfuls of milk,
re two teaspoonfuls of haking powder:
to cone well beaten egg. mix the dry in
Irt gredients. stir In the beaten ess and
milk. Beat thoroughly together and
half fill well buttered gem pans. Bake
FPried Rice.-Take six cupfuls of
oat oked rice. one cupful of cold
t roast pork, ebopped. two onions and
s tops. chopped, two tahlespoonttils of
at fat: one tablespoonful of salt, two eggs.
Add the salt to the fat: heat: add the
ht meat and onion. Let fry a few min
n utes; add rice: mix well and whten
th thoroughly heated add the eggs whole;
Id stir well; cook until the eggs are set,
and serve at once.
S Orange Jelly.-Take one t easpoo
l !r of gelatine, one tahlespooi of
' cold water: mix and when the tattte
is Isoftened add ne tableepoentful of
biellni water. Add three tablespooa
ths of morange juice, two tablespoon
Sfuls oft lemon jice and two table
n m ppa s of sugrs. Cut an orange ln
Shaltf. remove the pulp with a spoon
and ~trmlt the pulp throuegh a cheese
ileth illl the orange cups with the
S rly and when hard et la thcrda
wit a sharp kata . er.ve three
U p es oo a plate with whipped eresan
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Important to all Women
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have tidney or oladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con
dition, they may cause the other organs
to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in the back, head
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous. irrita
ble and may be despondent; it makes any
But hundreds of women claim that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restoring
health to the kidneys, proved to be just
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Toot, the great kidney,
liver and bladder medicine, will do for
them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., you
may receive sample size bottle by Parcel
Post. You can purchase medium and
large size bottles at all drug stores.-Adv.
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HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a
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the blood upon the mucous surfaces of
the system, thus reducing the inflamma
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