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- . mi ad teoaddoth. as a skirt and * * * /, bet4ded a la militaire, tops. ANNA MAY. IF r-L I1 "-aIia Prsi Association. lheulmeley ii this lady all set while the choker collar and fur hat arn I bI a Iondon design cut of decidedly Russian in effect m1e Ioadcloth. as a silrt and 0 0 0 gbeot. Both garments are Cuffs are gctting lnuger. with puffed - alded a la milltaire, toIs. ANNA MAY. A Blouse For Winteu Moerines illi .'.4W • . • .... . tldrp de chine fash 1ý,.ý m blouse. The 'ý1ý e Is a pair of six tiny silk - ear on the deep With blouses Pl9 rtlately worn -- b of broadcloth. - Dhb rand durable I mUet cases sim tale velvet hat vWvIvet O I A An ur. I ienance v[ ure rulmu IU1vupu .v. v. Symphony In Four Seasons-By a Symp By Gross 006 -ir s ,...saw ,l ll FALL -o> U wird l ",NLL ".r" i . R /,I.U T L YdG" 'I· P I, , / ki~i~C uwT/ is simply trimmed with a band of blue kid, fastened with a brass buckle in brass bound eyelets. The band is edg ed on both sides with a narrow strip of brown fur. A new sport hat for the south has a crown of fine flexible green straw and a brim in matching green silk. Just above the brim. encircling the crown, Is a wide band of the green silk stitched like the brim. ANNA MAY. A Member of Fire Engine Company No. 6 By ESTHER VANDEVEER There w i a tire engine horuse near Ur. Singletion's city residence. and it so happenIed that the pla.e was an oi jeet of enriitity to his little dalug:hter [tess. The niolllnent she heard the sharp ring of the gaolg t;, anllltll(ll Ia fire shel' wouldl rill to the engine house to stee the horses hurried to their lilt es lt. side tile tetllzl'. of thel nlhillthlile, lrantc' imprtien'tly till they were iiket,. tlhen dash out of the hi iluse. fAllhtiwed ,by the ragtag and Ibobtall of tile townll-and lie',s. She t:was six years ,!ld wvhen thlis ad nitration fr tire ai liarlh:lls. horses atlnd tmiel first devel opl.d it'telf, anld very Sioonll s 'he was l',,,' d I, ty ' lithe ire en sitting l t te it, urs of lile engine htuse liI arnllih:l.is waitingli it for an arin One daly :iione of hf t oth lffered to show vitati:n and .iitl.eted everythiing with eyes as l it as ,al'er<. WVh.In she de parted she wis told to uluke herself at hontl' thiere. Atll she didl. She went In and out at her own swee.t , ill. liuhbed up tion the hook and lhilier Itructk. the hoste carts and ~casilonally would ask to Le lpult on the lack ,f lone of the horses. lPI(' day when she 'was tenll .tiars oil a roll of l;arrhmlnt was left at her hoate on whi,'h was written, "This is to certify that Elizabeth Sinhletojn has been dully elected a lllbelllllr otf tire enlirne com plany No. G." The iwords were sur rounded by liiJur'es of t'illtines diishin: to lires, burtning luilhlni-gs and iireniei carrying women and children down ladders from the Illpper stoiry. This was the proudest day of tBess life. Slie was: onll the liadder trluck onle day Vwhen an il rui tri'. N.o tito e nlotielti her till the en julll Jltel d on to the fiitboard putting oll their Jackets; then one of tlhenta saw her hanging for dear life to the Mcnhl; of a ladder. It was too late to put her dto n. At any rate, no 'one mtIil:l' a nIIItoe to do so. andl she was tarried to the tire. There was little to dol illn que hllilug the flames. andltl silnce the ladtilrs were not neet'ded she was pterlittted to remaint perched high, ani olject of interest to a gapithg crowd. (itn the return shte was putl down at her homne and ilctured by her mnother. Itut from pilaylng in an engine house she had got a taste for going to a tire, antd from that time forward all efforts to keep her away from the former failed. One day when the department plaraplhernalia was about to respond to an alarm one of the men beside the truck turned and nearly fell over her. She put up her arms, and before he realized what he was duln hlie had swung her up on to the ladders. Bess grew up the let of the fire com pany and was considered a part of it, a part of which the men were very proud. W\hen she was sixteen all the youniger untjlembers were iii love with her, and the older ones consldered her stomething to adore. They raised a funitd among thelt' to procure a marble bust of her that was put up in the engine house. MIr. and .Mrs. Sinrgleton did not quite know what to think of all this-whether to Ie proud of it or ashamed of it. Bessie's associates envied her, having her bust set up in the engine house and the friendship of the firemen, but they had xno desire to cling to the round of a ladder on the way to a tire. Hlowever, her parents could not sepa rate her from the tire comlpay and gave up their efforts to do so. But about this time she came of an age tc see that going to fires was not becom ing to a young woman and of her own accord ceased all visits to the engine house except on state occasions. When Bt'ess was sixteen her father was elected sheriff of the county. One day a murdtler was committed that ex cited the indignation of the populace to sut.h an extent that, assuming a man who had been arrested for the mur der was guilty, they proposed to lynch him. .Marching to the jail, they de manded the accused. There was no adequate defense, and the sherilff took the man out through a back door IntL an alley antd thence to his own home. Unfortunately the two were seen by cne of the mob. and before long they appeared and demanded the prisoner. When Bess saw the crowd before her father's door and the trouble he was in an idea occurred to her. Slip ping away, she ran to the engine house and, with flushed cheeks and out of breath, told the firemen of the situa tion. "What can we do, boys?" asked the shief. "Play on them!" said Bess. "Good.' cried a dozen voices, and in a jIffy horses were placed before the engine, it was hauled to the sheriff's house, and suddenly the mob, who were howling for the prisoner, found themselves before a stream that knocked them dlown as fast as it was turned from those who had fallen to those still on their feet, Within five minutes the street was cleared. The proudest men in the town were the firemen. who had found an oppor tunity to do a service for their idol And as for the Singletons. no objee tion was after that ever raised to her going to fires and climbing the walls of burning buildings if she chose to do so. Wben Bess was married a silver tea service was given her by her fellow members of the fire company. They were all Invited to the wedding, and when later a little girl was born to the bride she was made a member by In heritance of fire engine company No. 6. Clever Idea. I "IH" -Ilts uliter :I tr.e andII re:1d Fr. . u rIi ter .trie., t l hi bloud runs , di. l..t,.n (4 ,b. Mutual Appreciation. Trap nll *iii.l.l }iu site lie ncwork? i-;iriiir Ye<. ij t I .il t. Trulnt Sh k. hin. lardlrr. You'se all right.- \1'shiiut n star. The Usual Comeback. 1 lif-Your extravagan.Ie i'< alptalling I Nothllng ItlilIarenitly• is gIsl enough for you. Shlie--Y. I ma:de that very apparent wllhen I IurlridI yiou.-l'ittsburgh Press. Quite a Funny Bone. -/ r "I tell yotl, having a rib cracked is no joke. tiow." "Isn't it? I supl.psed it was lperfeit t ly side splitting."' - I'isconsin State Journal. Stung. t 1 K It "Dear angel." said his lhelpmeet true, t "This bill demands our rare.' He looked and then, like angels do. He went "up in the air."' r -St. Louis Globe-Democrat. 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P'erhap*: no .I t of "ar .nci eudndredl hotfh ;in!evy u diii ler Shrrial l's otficialu No(I wVllrni nl l v ii wn n illl esst the grelt 1,hllu iof sllrti °e I' r -ll uip here tlll the li e t o i i !ify i ei ctr lo t ol h n w t e tik !n al u rirl x o, f w hat w s Ito the iqet url t'hih'trn w·re ol~d the subtae of ithe order, malld tie slnat oil the gra:ls hl,cmll " a d Iio rne les. . He Was Info med. - Srn'eth f, Wrong. "YJ NI; 'Ia'Hb. j ' 94- \ 'I,'- \I I , " II , ý, - r t !, Reason2,-Le E' :ize. .a~rt i" 49*i W ;~ 1114"r6"t Its !. u:I !· i Lý , uiunt, "i't Ever Presert Help. MCA -1 Vic~i" I li~i I I i'sl1 I FoPmpres'ght. .'lN'~ li~-dst tI 9' 14.9 It` 9l.11 n.ar 'I BASELBALL A H - : i l-tri rw 51, \\ h:l.t :I1 ':,"n t . .ils; Kindly Turn. SW allhr 1 lIt ltiulk h: v I:i ,, ,s ,:r 1lli it 1V ,,1,'- \ % h. " ,'u t 1,,II tell hillnt ",, h 1 , li st I \\. . 't t : - Ito n Uncongenial. The'l Ioi , Iri "h i"tr 'I'hi a Ipill, j i thr uglll hlirtll 'redr l i.h hull. inlli ::tl. The I u'l't,'i r 11,' ;\\ : fully 4%w4 -t, blut I (."In't tlil1k hhii hvC,.1:i , I dotl'l pleak F.re'l hll. W\V hiiil;hitln St:t'. Necds No Aid. "Y'a;e. Ir e i'liilt II Ihthi fortulne t (c'llhil, Ih:t l.h.1 .. girl if isnri * nmu.Ic so she c('il d get :i Iiurt s rid." "''Int whit tllbut .s ',r othr daugh ter't" "(lh, .. l lls ipretty " WI coJinli Stute Jourial. Just a Hint. \ Al lisit. J ist ri *oii hI'l~ .u', I'it tii- i-u Js 'st h '-w It, a ,i. d t,i liii.. . '4r'. 15 is,!' l .liste4i"' .1iil wi.sn- t yosi l'orel to iI,;-tlh? New Y'rk (;tl' e. Endurance Teit. She--Evel3 ti.-, I Ii gi s t, talk to you you Fit down. It's vury r::le. He-I know it, my dear. But I am physically uinble to stalzi for that length of tinme.-'lttisburlh Press.