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VERY CURIOUS FRYING PAN
Interesting Relic in the Cluny MU5
rm in Paris-its Remarkable
At thi , ('lln y rm.um ,llr, h Paris .
a vt'r.v intrt, ir, g rl'.ic. of hich this
is fit, history it appeliars i that one
da y t tyer or so ago. tihe, curator
of it,, iUnnteumri happened to visit
small r.sti, ;urant in tthe suburb of
Saint Iltisi, inl which the sacme room
setrve.d tr dining room and kitcheb.
While' waiting to be served, the cu
rator's .ye was c(aught by a fryilg
pall of Iot Iittunusual appeirarance that
hung ulpon the' wall. ile took it down.
care'fully r.lemrove.d somllei of the so
with which it was covered, and made
out part of an inscription What be
found inittrested him so miuch that he
bought thl.' old pan.
Whlten it was properly cleaned, it
was found to bear the arms of Frsace
and Navarrie, surrounded by thechaln
of St I)uisi hnd the cord of the Order
of Saint Esprit, and this Inscrlption
"1Here. lies the magniflrkent prince.
King Irouis XIV., king of FIrance sad
Navarre Iteqtl'esc(at in pace."
It was the. plate that had been flst
enred to thei c(oflin of Louis XIV. When
the burial vaults of the royal famially
in the' populace in 179.:. It had been
wrirenche'd from the coflin, fitted witha
handle, and turned into a frylnlapsn.
The' relic may now be' si'een in the
Cluny musreum The handle has been
removed, but three' holes sihow whek
GAVE HIMSELF AWAY.
lady of the House-Is your milk
richer than Skinnem's?
Milkman-Well, it's purer.
Lady of the Ho'ae-How do 7ea
Milkman (absently)-I have a filter
on my pump.
Alfonso Enjoys Reminders of ~eiaer.
King Alfonso of Spain is ssl to be
a fatalist, and be'ing of this mper
be is able to derive enjoymeit.frm
occurrernces that would affright moset
people'. A kinfe' that he knooke oat
of the hands of an assassin is heal
up in his di"n. The hides of two bores
killled in bormb .exploiiotns have been
Iade into, rugs. for his cozy earner.
()n his wedlding day an attempt was
wade on hit, lift, and the ntext day be
visited thie spot and pointed out to his
'young wife' the spot where the as
Charity Without Pauperism.
A great defect of many charable
rsehemes is their tendency to Ipepe
tie the b,'neficiaries. Thi is oer
come by one of the methods adpted
by the Robert Browning settlegt at
Vealworth, which supplies belta to
poor children. The footgear Is hal
ed over in return for the payage by
the parents of a small weekly "ret"
until the retail price has been eswra.
After the final payment thhe b
still remain the property of the ettle
ment, without whose permissionl they
can neither be sold ncr pawL.
Mrs. ('rabshaw -I notice tm a
pound of Swiss cheese seems tO go
further than a pound of aay eother
Mr ('rabshaw-That's probably h.
caisne the etorekeepers haven't t hit
on a plan to weigh in the beIu
A Good Thing
To have a t
at both ends of the dy.
A dish of
for breakfast and aJip s t
evening meal opens and clouu A
day with a dash of smushin.
Toaties are bits of hard, nlin
Indian Corn, lust carefully coshed
then rolled rbrp and crinkly, eul
tastued to a .blcat, app.Cl
Not a hand ouches th fee a i
manufracturet ad it i re4 b
serve direct froms the pacagJ
beaten wih melm or aulimk
fuga, if deired.
and uwe sip
'I. - eeJSi
Newest Coiffures Designed to
Follow Contour of the Head
Discernmnent and care are needed in
order to copy the new styles in hair
dressing that look so simple and are
in reality so artful. But the results
are so good that any amount of pains
taking effort is well repaid.
The new coiffures are distinctly re
fined. They follow the contour of the
head and their lines are simple and
graceful. The hair may or may not
be waved but it must be glossy and
show that it is well cared for; bur
nished. in fact, with much brushing.
In nearly every instance the hair
is arranged in coils at the' back of
the head. or In braids. The ears are
partially covered and the front hair
is usually parted in the middle or at
one side. A great many styles arn
finished with a light fringe, on the
forehead, fespecially those that draw
their inspiration from the French
About all coiffures employ a band
of some sort to confine the front hair
and keep it in place about thr face.
LATEST IDEAS FOR SACHETS,
White Organdie Filled With Egyptian
Potpourri Is Most Popular
A large, square sachet for madame's
lingerie is made of white organdie,
and is filled with Egyptian potpourri.
which is claimed to be imported. It
is very attractive in color, as it glints
through the organdie, and shows
much bright green. Its odor is not
over strong, and is about the same as
the old-fashioned potpourri which be
longed to our grandmother's rose
jars. A delightful accessory for the
toilet table is an adjustable atomizer.
or "an atomizer which will fit any
bottle." as It is described. These
atomizers are fashioned of French
gilt, and have a rubber bulb and metal
stem. To use them the cork is re
moved from the bottle of toilet water
or perfume, and the atomizer insert
ed in its place. When one has spray
ed the perfume on one's hair or ker
chief, as the case may be. the atom
izer is withdrawn from the bottle and
the cork replaced. This is a very
useft'l and practical possession, better
than the ordinary bottle atomizer, for
the scent does not evporate by stand
ing., and one may change from one
kind to another without pouring the
fluid out. As either perfun*e or toilet
water may be used with the one
atomizer, it is really economical.
Macrame is by no means a new
sort of work, it changes little in its
revival and .re-revival as decades go
and come and bring it back again
But in its adaptation and the material
used we may find the charge. says the
The name macrame is an Arabic
word nused to ei:niy an ornamental
fringe or tritumin- (ermans call it
"Knupfhrbeit,. literally "knot work."
About thirty years is the cycle of
its last disappe arancE' antd recent re.
vival. The ma:te.l I nbrequin of
thirty years ago was usually of
macrame,. as was indestructibl" piece
It is now very miuch usedI abroad
for dress trimming5.
For Rainy Weather.
The woman who dresses smartly
does not wear rubber overshoes unless
she is compelled to go out on a rainy.
day in thin soled boots, or patent
leather boots that must accomtpany a
formal frock. and intends to rc:'ove
her rubbers" the instant sh. narrievr
at her d,.stination. If her errand outi
of doors is shopping or any other busi
ness from which she may hurry home
to change into house slippers she
wears a rather short tailored skirt. a,
aew threequarter mannish overcoat
and stout soled boots of tan leather, 1
which are in keeping with her cos
tame-and leaves the always clu'msy 1
overcoat at home.
A practical overall apron has the
leeves reaching to the wrlstL and is
e-t slightly lsquare at the neck, faa
tWltag at the back. Many people are
aing s iIa lght make of silk or
Real to allp oer a good dreas when
keepak E ad so save the troee
-- o too ma she aittre I
Much of the forehead and a little of
the cheek is covered(l sometimes with
small flat ringlets, but oftener with
light strands of hair turned back ant
confined by a hand of ribbon or by an
ornamental band made for the pur
1ig. soft braids are wound about
the head in some models In others
the hair is arranged in a knot in the
middle of the crown. with a coil at
each side, of It short curls nestle at
the neck. protruding from colls or
braids. but always held clo.se to the
head. When thae hair is too short to
form coils or braids it is waved ant
combed back, with e ends tucked
under and pinned in at the nape of
the neck. A light fringe and ringlets
do much to soft.,n the line at the fore
Where the hair is thin hut suffi
ciently long, any of the new styles
may be managed by adding one or
two light switches.
JULIA BOTTOM 1EY.
IN CHAMPAGNE CHARMEUSE
it.e i t
A street costume with gown of
chkrrpagne charmeuse and tunic of
chiffon in the same shade. The sailor
collar and $tffs are of silqe. The belt
is of black velvet. endcng in a V.
Fans whose si:reads represent en
-Tent parchments are among th rt
cent nrovelties. The material used
s made of paper pulp. treated so that
It does not readily tear. and it has
the ancient look of the parchmnents to
be seen In museums. Mounted upon
sticks of carved ivory or upon one
•f the several fibrous compositions
whIch closely resemble ivory, these
parchment fans are very unique, look.
Ing as well as attractive.
The fancy cottons have come out in
evelet stripes; that is, a cotton pile
stalpe, simatlag velvet.
If you suffer from such symptomrn at
Irre ltar intervals you shouli take an
invlcinratir g tonur and womanly r.-gu
lat .r v hrh has given saLfsactwio for
over 4U yc.ar.
Iade without slkohol-a pure glyrerie
extract of American forest roots. Your
druggist will supply you.
It Has Given Satisfaction For
Over 40 Years
Can quickly be overcome by
-act surely and C ER
gently on the l
liver. Cure LVER
ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS
If von feel "ot of vOrt '-I-"rln down" or"got the
b .tlu~" r,tt"rf trirml kitdn y,. bladter.n",rv.tta d,.-n.'s,
rh - ,lt,, w.-,k".-.'-"c . 0. k *rs.. nl c lllptl, p .. .
wrtetr, fr v list BR ,..k itllhlu t.. n lutr.ttrl
men.l tal ih.-Lk .v, r wrtllt.n It tell ill about thet
.aotu.. nluaitwiH-t.-markaio,'t'ttt.'ffec it'dti tbei- tw
er..n'h * n t,.lv "Til :R1 AI' I IN" N, . NI.. No. 1
alf.1 yo," an "1.-cl efr yoti Ieit itf ish remaeldy for
Sur al.ilut.nl. lion t s,'nd a cent. It 1 ' lututerly
.'RKIo N,, f,,Illw ul" '. rel lar' Ir.l.e('lrrie.o .
Io,.. Itoversi.ek Ita.l. llmnP Lt. nl. L..d... Las
T MPO O $n'8 ..iit."."'""
-I WATER Ist. ,.,nk .
,rIIII ) 1..'1 I, ' .MtI NNON' = i 'l).'..TrTy.N. Y.
SHE CALLED HIM.
To(n-I don't know a thing I
wouldn't do for you.
Grace--Then you will have mother
and father come and live with us.
Tom--Good you reminded me; but
on't know of anything else I wouldnng
woudnt do for youou..
RED, ROUGH HANDS MADE
SOFT AND WHITE
For red, rough, chapped and bleed
ing hands. dry, fissured, Itching, burn
ing palms, and painful finger-ends,
with shapeless nails, a one-night Cut!
cura treatment works wonders. DiM
rections: Soak the hands, on retir
ing, In hot water and Cuticura Soap.
Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment.
and wear soft bandages or old, loose
gloves during the night. These pure,
sweet and gentle emollients preserve
the hands, prevent redness, roughness
and chapping, and impart In a single
night that velvety softness and white
ness so much desired by women. For
those whose occupations tend to In
Jure the hands, Cuticura Soap and Cu
tieura Ointment are wonderful.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
poet-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L Boston."
Municipal Golf Courses in England.
The parks committee of the Ilir
:ningham city council is considering
'he establishment of a municipal golf
course, the proposed site being at
Edinburgh. with six public courses,
claims to have been the pioneer of
municipal golf. London has public
courses; Nottingham has two courses
and Manchester has had oze since
1911. Sunderland and ILiverpool have
similar schemts under consideration.
Several seaside resorts include mu
nicipal golf among their attractions
BIrighton and ltournemouth are in
stances. Yarmouth has a scheme in
hand and Southport has considered a
similar proposal.---L.ondon Mail.
The Reign of Woman.
WVomr-n will serve as public porters
and dining car waiters on the special
train which is to carry the Illinois
stilffragists to the Washington parade,
and except for the train crew and sol
itary man to shine shoes it will be an
•.rample of feminized railway trans
p ortation. The male shoeblack prompts
masculine reflections on the division
of mental labor under the n-w dis
p isnation. Iut mlre man may take
lihart. The time is still remote when
Ih,'re will be ~ mnll at Icomotive
thr!ottl,,s or in the more responsible
posts in ra. Iroad opera ion.-- New
-'1or(llnd ores, Other flstn.elles Won't Cure
'l't-, wirtl i t.tr , I:-l ru't-r ,·t to , tnr taJndinlng,
A it-. 'pt ," IHe , g filk . I * l *. t v .-s paifl abl heaIs
WVltiln !.- * .- :.' i,1t ith, tra;nsgr'ssor
nmay '1 hard. it is s;ilolmi lonesoime
ITCH Relieved in 30 Miues,,
W~o.forl' -* Satlul; ry I',,tol for all kinds of
'outagetus ittbh. At Drug;ista. Ade.
One touch of fashion is apt to make
I all women freaks.
Mrs. Wlnslow's loothlag Syrrap foer ChldUa
teethlnlg, softeum the gams, reduces laflamm
tielal-ays pJa.cures wLa4 eolls.k a botts.
It's awfully hard for a girl to get
used to a stepfather.
. V... h_.x t IM
TRAGEDY OF AN AIR DEN
How the Grandchildren of Co
Nieuport Concealed His
'"'Vh ,l]Ii not 'hi rls - ', .'t , back
.loI ' u ... port. th'e ,. hty I, e . a:iS
,il fathr of th.- airmttan kill-d, tnar
Etanaipe.; , .i." n- t i. r,,, r,,c-'ntly Hii
.hit,.t I,r h,.r. E,]wa ,-d i . 0 port. was
killl,'d tu or ' ltlinitary naniI''uvzi'rs of
Th,' n. '.s of th', .i ,ndl s.on's ihath
hal b,1-- h141--b , f :" ro f h athwrlhr . :in-,
h 1.; tre la ttll .: . n o n ly r ,p ly :
"' harl, s has gon:I." fr a ; r at 1f ,:ht'"
.\h. w ll' \n thy thlli, has not
l ;d wt a rd ,o m ,. to b u , ll-o , - n ig h t ?"
'T h mI' ath, I lll not n;tk . h.,:n r,'ii r,'n |)er
that Edward i,.as lug tlead \Vith
tI,,itr ii their *,'y,. l his grandcihildren
h|t,lht hiIll lltti s , li ltiowc rs to d:s.
traict h ti
What 1:. h.p,,,#d " ask(lI th,
41,'1 ,I"I itl
\Why. :t,,.pg r., nothing. grantdf.
"The old i nin's nntury rntuhrn dI
and he was h,.trd rnut.,r:ng it is
dreadful to lose ";:',lr boy I woildi
ratlher have hli for, hfr it .i\nil the
se'conid his brothier's n .'.uail --nolhing
can havie haplpend to himll? IOh. no.
The sUail houi:-, i.roullt not t wice suf
fer a blow I lk,. that Smiling. he
thought iof thI' huion,rs whic: h his
yollnglr Ison wait t'unnIIIl
Suiiidenly th.' soiini of milihtaryv
mulsic cam. p filfIrom tho street. It
drw lv;nearr", aIl as thel - heating drulrns
passd tlhe old -h . r. Inllow 114. got
1 up with difhnii .Ity. h': t .r d out of lh
wind.uw tund ilaite'd rit. pissi n gr'gi
mln l. '.wspapi.r boys ti l ,i'o , "I tie.
Sc 'rowd, shill ting. ' N,-w i of it, i i
ldent " e;ntlit hands idr agg'i tih old
lman bac'k -lo it, grandpa' Niou arn
. 3otting cold "- Paris Journial
Mrs. Chappell Says That Her Pu
is6ment for Five Years Was
More than Anyone Could
Mt. Airy. N. (C.-In a letter from
this place. Mrs. Sarah M. Chappell
says: "I suffered for about 5 years
with womanly trouble, also stomach
trouble, and my punishment was more
than any one could ever tell.
Several doctors had treated me. and
I had tried most every kind of medi
cine I could think of, but none did me
I read one day about Cardul. the
woman's tonic, and I decided to try It.
I had not taken but about six bottles
until I was almost cured. It did me
more good than all the other medi
cines I had tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and I told them about
Cardul. Several are now taking it."
Are you a woman? Do you suffer
from any of the ailments due to wom
anly trouble, such as: sleeplessness.
nervousness, weakness, and that ever
lastingly tired feeling?
If so. let us urge you to give Car
dul a trial. You have everything to
gain, if it helps you, and we feel con
fident it will help you, Just as it has
more than a million other women, in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardul today
N. B-a-wn a Chttanence MedicineCo..
Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattsnoog Tena., for
Stria&l ltr~-tiei , On your case and 4-paw book.
Hnome Treatment for Women." sent in plain
HER ONE WISH.
"Mamnmy, let me show you some
"No use, man, no use."
"How about self-raising window
"No good to me; but, mister. If
you'll tell me how to tuhn dese heah
fohteen bad chillun Into self-raising
pickaninnies ah'll be yo' friend foh
The postman, staggering under his
tremendous burden, stopped at No. "::
and rang the bll.
"Hre's the two dozen house blinds
you ordered sent by parcel post.
ma 'am." he feebly murmured as the
laiy of the house came to the door,
"and the patent washing machine and
the new iron gate for the front yard.
bui"-and he smiled a feeble, wilted
sort of apology-"I'm afraid you'll
have to wait until my next delivery
for your portable garage."
W'HIEN ULBBERI BDCOMI AU ?LCL8A' Y
Anl your silues pinch. Allen'. FnotE-as&e, the
Arntteptic powder t,) i* shaken into the
'~l"r'. s just the tbing to use. Try It for
Isr,-akln;g in N",w lhtos. Sold Everywhe''.
ta, ample PPIE. Addres. A. 3. O)lmstd.
Letauy. '. I. Don't Sccept any ubstitute. Adv.
It makos a man feel goo! when he is
pretty c'rtain he is going to miss a
train and doesn't.
SPILE C!itRD INOTo 14 A1 Y
yonitr wiil refud -money i C PAZOIOYI1.
Every ttime a wle man makes a mis
take be learns somethtng.
S Al.(-- ) It.- rI'FIt rrT 1
A\irgeb,!e Prtparation forA ,
'i dinlllllg theFoodandxlRi·ula Bea.
bmr tht Stomachs.innd Ileiwml s of
, - . _ Signat-." uo
SPromotrs D1icstimi t'h, crfIul
nes andRetia C.ntliins !esoliur of
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Aperfect RL'n.edy forfonshpaI e
•I i l,on. Sour Stomach. D)arrhor .
ness and Loss or SLEEP For Over
Tc Simile S.gnature 'f
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nerves and stops the pain. Don't rub-it penetrates.
Mar. Rrrrwe.rnP NISCKp., Oconto,Wis., writes:-" I have used Sloan's
I.iniment for toothache and neuralgia in the head where nothing else would
help me and I would not be without the Liniment in the house."
is also good for rheumatism, sore throat, chest pains and sprains.
Pawis Al GCen
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the best Liniment on the market to-day. I
can rec:ommend it for what it did for me."
Pries tie., tio., sad $1.00 at l Deailes
Sead for bloan's Free Book or Borses. Address
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