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Graceful Evening Wraps
■'■WM 'S-ÏWl ■ M i >■•>,■■ •••• An evening wrap, to be worn with b variety of evening dresses, may be In a color, but cannot exceed, and rarely equals, a wrap of black satin for ele gance and good style. Therefore the evening wrap of black satin is a per ennial that comes to bloom with each new season ; nn institution In the ward robe. There are some new weaves in silk, very soft and rich, that have a lus ter as high as that of satin, and they ore competing with It for favor In evening wraps. There is not much choice between them, as they are very much alike in. appearance. The new fabrics have the advantage of novelty, while satin has a wonderful record behind it, but whatever the fabric, the styles In wraps made from them are the same. This season's evening wraps are j Pretty and Practical Negligees ■ . 2220 Newspaper U When negligees come up for consid eration In the bride's trousseau it is hard to be In the least degree prac tical. There is so much latitude far this roost intimate drdas that design ers csfa give free rein to fancy and let It play with the ancient fabrics, the filmiest laces, crepes and nets, the gayest ribbons and all the lovely lit is jje silk and satin flounces that lure 4r them to extravagances. They Indulge : In many caprices and draw inspira tion from nil quarters of the world. But there are negligees that are practical as well as pretty and two of them are shown In the picture above. One of these Is a simple, graceful garment, which Is very much like the regulation Japanese kimono. But It follows the lines of the figure more closely and has sleeves that are set Jn, with a point at the top and all seams outlined with a narrow fancy braid. The length of the figure Is not broken by a wide sash, ns In the Japanese- garu «ent, but a narrow gir dle of satin defines the waistline. This negligee is made of bright-colored satin and cannot- be improved upon for a lounging robe. The negligee at the right of the picture has a plaited skirt which Is uiii (le either of a thin silk or of crepe long and ample, capelike afTalrs that narrow at the nnkles and are as wide as the body. To fulfill their destiny they must be sumptuous looking and graceful. Many of the new models have voluminous collars and some of them have short sleeves. A beautiful example of the black satin wrap appears In the Illustra tion. It Is a loose, short cape with a shawl collar, to which the body of the wrap Is joined by an embroidered band. The band Is narrow with fig ures In brilliant colors that remind one of Jewels. The same colors are used In the large embroidered disks that adorn the wrap at each side of the front. Even a very youthful bride will be regal looking In a wrap of this kind, especially If she wears a crest of plumes In her hair like Guinevere of old. georgette, and a coatee, In which crepe and plain and printed silks are all combined In a novel way. It has an effect of angel sleeves made by ex tending the crepe, which forms the short front of the coat, Into floating draperies at the back. A silk cord, sometimes put on in loops and some times straight, finishes the edges of the crepe and "three strands of thil cord, are prettily arranged about the neck. */l*/ Rhinestone Rage Is With U«. An evening gown of monotone reo satin Is trimmed with narrow bands of pale blue velvet spangled with small rhlnestones that glitter lights In red and white and purple. These bands tell the story of the" rhinestone rage In garnishing dinner gowns, thea ter party gowns and wraps—and even the toilets fdr demure afternoon teas. Colored Hose in Demand. Owing to the number of different colors in the 'pew lines of woman's shoes, the demand for colored silk hosiery has be$n greatly increased. DADDY3EVEN FAIRY TAL 6y Mary (iraham Bonner ' ' Ci ArMaAUTHO* THE PET DOGS. "There were five dogs," said Daddy, "who belonged to a boy named Jack." "What were their names?" asked Nancy. "How could he have ever ^thought of so many names?" asked Nick. "They were all named," said Daddy, "and I will tell you their names In the order In which their sizes ran. "Brutus was the largest of all. He was a big Newfoundland dog. Next came Bogi, another Newfoundland dog, but not so large as Brutus. "Third came Patty, an Irish terrier. Then came Ouji, a cocker spaniel, and last came Susy, a little hunting dog. When they ail stood together they looked like a flight of stairs, and Just as though one could walk from Susy right up to Brutus. " 'Ah,' said Patty, 'I see something coming my way.' "All the other dogs looked and Patty said. There is a bug and I'm going to catch it. I'm going to snap It up and swallow it down and enjoy it thoroughly.' "But the bug said to Itself, 'I'll play a Joke on that dog.' And the bug did play a Joke, a very mean Joke. "Patty, snapped at the bug, and then was about to swallow it 'when she had gotten the bug on her tongue, when what should that mean bug do rar F» 1 M H, m Jack Quickly Took the Bug Off. but turn Itself over so It attached Itself to Patty's tongue, and so Patty couldn't swallow it or eat it or any thing I "Poor Patty I And the bug hurt I "'Oh, what shall we do?" Brutus said, as he looked at Patty out of his sad eyes, for Brutus was very kind even though he was such a great big dog and so strong. "Then Brutus had a fine Idea. He ran for Jack, for he had seen Jack go 1c a nearby field to play baseball. "He ran Just as hard as he could and when he reached the field he didn't even notice the baseball which had Just been hit wltfy the bat. "The boys were awfully frightened for a moment as they thought Brutus might get hit by accident with the hard ball, and they called out to him but Brutus wasn't thinking of being afraid of anything. "But luckily the ball didn't hit Brutus, and Brutus went right on up to his master, barking, and showing by his eyes that he wanted to have Jack follow him. " 'I guess Brutus wants me for some thing,' said Jack, 'for he wouldn't come to the baseball field If it weren't for something important.' , "So Jack ran quickly home, follow ing Brutus. There he found Patty with the bug on her tongue and feel Ing most uncomfortable. "Jack quickly took the bug off and then Patty no longer looked sick and miserable. "She jumped up on Jack and wagged her tall and her eyes looked very glad and happy as she tried to thank her master. And then she did quite the sweetest thing ever a dog did. She suddenly seemed to know that .Brutus was the one who had done every thing. "Jack had come quickly when Brutus had called him, for Jack was always good to his pets, and Jack had been able to take the bug off her tongue because he had nice useful hands. "But Patty knew that It was Brutus who had gone for Jack, and Brutus who bad brought him back so quickly. "And Patty went over to Brutus, looking so small beside the great big Newfoundland dog and she licked Brutus' paws and sat down before him and rolled over on the grass, saying to Brutus that she was a very grateful, happy, little dog. "Brutus licked her, too, to show he was glad he had been able to help her, and all the other dogs played around so joyfully. "And then, for a special treat, every one of them had a bone, and Jack gave himself a piece of cake I" ended Daddy. Getting Started. What school life does for us Is to get us started. The girl who talks of "finishing" an education Is heard from less frequently than she used to be. For even the ycu.*>g realize that the owner of a college diploma In little more than started on an edu cation. If In school we learn to work sincerely and systematically. If we acquire logical habits of thinking, as well as methodical habits of work, we have made a good start. ^ If, ob the contrary, we shirk wherever we can. we are starting wrong.—Girl'» Companion. FUR TIGHTNESS IN THE CHEST Thedford's Black-Draught, Says Kentucky Lady, Is Excellent For Breaking Up a Cold. * Elgin, Ky.—Mrs. Albert Albright, who oas lived here many years, says: "I use Black-Draüght an a laxative. It is splendid for breaking up colds. I have used It for a bad cold and tightness in the chest. One cup of good warm tea made from Black-Draught I found most helpful. It makes the liver act and gives almost Instant relief. This spring my little daughter began having chills, the bard, shaking kind. After the chills her fever would rise and her head would ache. We are a good ways from the doctor, so I Just began giving her good doses of Black Draqglit and it cured her. She is In good health, has a good color, and her appetite is all right. So of course we consider Black-Draught as unsurpassed for a family medicine." Don't wait until you have headache, sick stomach, indigestion, or other dis agreeable symptoms, but take an occa sional dose of Black-Draught to help keep your system free from poison, your body In good health. Made from purely vegetable Ingredi ents. Black-Draught acts In a gentle, natural way, and has no bad after effects. It may be safely taken by young and old. Try Thedford's Black-Draught.—Adv. A Bloodless Duel. If the new fashion of sending chal lenges to be fought out in the air be comes general, duels, like other lux uries, will become very costly. In pre-wRr days Parisians used to reckon that £4 would cover the ex penses Incidental to a duel, though, to do things In style, considerably more had to be spent. Aurellen Scholl, the boulevardier Journalist, relates that a man whom he knew as a frequenter of his favorite cafe sent a challenge and borrowed one hundred francs from Scholl for expenses. He never saw his money again. "The duel proved bloodless," says Scholl. "I was the only person touched." FOR SICK HEADACHE TRY THIS MILD AND SURE REMEDY. FINE FOR BILIOUSNESS Bilious headaches are due to inactive liver. Stir up your liver, get It Working right again, get your bowels regulated, the poisons cleaned out and you will (eel like a new person. Do this by taking BOND'S LIVER PILLS, one each nlgbt for two or thtee nights. A large bottle costs only 25c at any drug store. They are mild, safe; never gripe, yet thorough in aotlon.—Adv. Wise Decision. "Did Mr. Grabcoln refuse you the hand of his daughter?" "Not In so many words," said young Dubson, "but when I asked him how he would regard me as a prospective son-in-law, he asked me If I had ever heard him express his opinion of the kaiser." "Well?" "Not being quite as foolish as I look ed, I decided right then und there that It was time for me to be on my way."—Birmingham Age-Herald. 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Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, or have pains in the back, wake up at once. Your kidneys need help. These are signs to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their functions properly. They are only half doing their work and are allowing impurities to accumulate and be converted into uric acid and other poisons, which are causing you distress and will de stroy you unless they are driven from your system. The Train of Fashion. Said the almost philosopher: "A woman likes to follow the fashions but she doesn't like to be too far in the rear." In a Way. "Dick tells me he has gone into the movies." "So he lias. He's bought m big furniture van." Get some GOLÖ MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules at once. They are an old, tried preparation used all over the world for centuries. They contain only old-fashioned, soothing oils combined with strength-giving and system-cleans ing herbs, well known and used by phy sii-iipis in their daily practice. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are im ported direct from the laboratories in Holland. Thpy are convenient to take, and will either give prompt relief or your pioney will be refunded. Ask for them at any drug store, but be sur» to get the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes. In sealed packages. Three sizes. A soft-headed nail and a hard-head ed man are both difficult. A musician who can play all kinds of instruments beats the band.