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CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO, NEWS EARLY MORNING WEAR ONE OF THE DAINTIEST OF THE POPULAR MATINEES. Pal Pink Crap d China, With Nar row Banda of Whlta Fur and Small Roaaa Maka Up Moat Attrac tive Garment. What could ba more dealrabla and dainty (or a young woman than the little matinee of the eketch? The matinee and the petticoat which ao rompanle It, are of pale pink erepe de chine and both are trimmed with narrow banda of white fur and amall pink and blue roaea. The Jacket la trimmed with pu fling between the narrow fur banda at bodice front, waistline and bottom of aleeves. Frills of the material trimmed with fine net and an edge of run I Valonclennea trim the bodice alncves and bottom of the garment. The petticoat Is trimmed at the bot tom with alternating banda of lace and material headed by bands of fur. The fur, also, outline the allt at the left side of the skirt Small roses of oh 1 (Ton nestle at intervals In the bonds of fur. A cluster of the rose Is placed at the closing of the skirt at the top of the allt Tim skntch also shows a dainty lit tle Incn and not cap, which consorts charmingly with the matinee and skirt. There are trimmings of narrow bands of fur and pink roses. Pink ailk stocking (bould accompany auch an outfit for bedroom wear and pink ailk, or satin, mulea. The picture on the page shows mules of pink satin embroidered In silver. Marabout Is the trimming much In vogue for negligee garments, and moat attractive little negligee of mallne, of ailk, or crope, or brocade, are trimmed with narrow bands of pink or blue marabout A garment of thla type waa made of white brocade, and cut exactly on the same llnea of the little costume Jacket, ao conspicuous last summer. The matinee waa made with the kimono aleeve and cut away at the front slanting toward the back, ending In a rounded point at the back. The eilRns were trimmed with white marabout. MARY DEAN. Careful Manicuring. When the ualla have grown suffl cently long to be filed it Is necessary that they be treated carefully and gently for quite some time. In order that the tender cuticle and nails are not broken during the work. A small, thin, flexible file should be used In filing, and I would advise a girl who Is trying to rejuvenate her finger to one only home made preparation on them. U the linger nails will break In spite of all that I being done for them, they should then be anointed thickly at night with the following paste: One-quarter of an ounce ofplstache oil, eight grains of fine table aalt. eight and a quarter grains each, of powdered resin and alum .and to grains of white wax; melt the wax over a water bath, hen stir In the oil, remove from the bath and beat In the ponders, which ahould have bean pre viously alfted together wmmmm TAKE UP ENGLISH CUSTOM Serving of Afternoon Tea Haa Becomi Oantral With American Hostaaaea Repast Mad Simple The custom of serving tea haa be come almoat a general with Ameri cans nowadays a with tbelr Engllsa relatives. The difference In large cltlea especially Is that tea hour I frequently spent at fashionable tea rooms or hotel restaurants. The vari ous occupations or paatime which at tract women to the shopping districts or the theater In the aame neighbor hood Incline women to "drop In" for light refreshment near where they chance to be. At the large hotels there I likely to be a table set with tempt ing confections, spun sugar basket and flower that delight the eye, wbll the pastries are displayed. In the home the matter of serving tea for the family group or the casual caller la a simple hospitality easy to adopt. With a tea kettle and an alco hol lamp the beverage may be brewed In a few moments, lemon, sliced, and loaf sugar are the general accompanl meuts, and only wafers that may be bought need be added. It Is considered better form nowaday not to serve hearty or "mussy" dainties for callers wearing gloves. The daintiness of appointments Is essentlul. A large mahogany or wicket tray, In lieu of a silver one, holds the service, which Is brought Into the room at the time or serving. Small atands with two or three shelves for holding aa many plates of crackers or bonbons are a convenience for serving. It I also good form to use small linen 01 damask napkins smaller than are uaed for luncheon or brtakfaM. These may be hemstitched or scalloped and are In the beat atyle when ornamented with a amall embroidered Initial. PAY ATTENTION TO THE HAIR If Neglected, It Will Take Many Month to Restore It to Proper Degree of Beauty. A great many men, and not a few women, neglect their hair shamefully until a diseased condition, such a dandruff, falling balr or an excess of oil, calls their attention to the fact that the acalp Is In urgent need of enre. Then, after a week or two of acalp massage or the rubbing In of a proscribed tonic, they expect the balr which baa been neglected for years to regain all Its original glory. This, of course, cannot bo dona. The damage done by yean of neglect cannot be wiped out In a few week' time. It. will probably' be at least a few months before permanent Im provement can take place. The thing to do is to take care of your balr before It Is too late Start n w. Ilrusb the hair thoroughly each lilKht. to remove the dust acquired during the day, and after that take another brush and stroke It briskly from the crown of the head to the end of the strand, to start the circulation. At least a hundred strokes should be given each ulglit This will give the hair a gloss and nothing else. Massage Is excellent for starting ths circulation. Purchase some reliable tonic, rub this Into the scalp, not the hair, always rubbing with a circular motion from the edge of the scalp to the center of the head. After the en tire acalp has been gone over place the elbows on a table, with the finger on the scalp Just over the eara. Rub deeply In a circular motion toward the crown of the head. Continue tbla movement all over the head. All this will taks only about a half hour'a time, and It I time well spent for one who cares for her beauty. TRIMMING OF RIBBON LOOPS Effective When Worn by the Young, But to Be Avoided by the Middle-Aged. The modish if somewhat blxarre trimming of elongated ribbon loop, one Instance of which appears here. Is considered by many to be atyle which be long a pre-eminently to youth and abould not be attempted by the woman who ha left it behind her. The smart hat above haa a brim of line black hemp rolling quite close to the crown, which I hidden beneath (birred gray and whit shaded ribbon gathered to the apex of the tall crown, where It la appar ently continued In the form of two atiflly wired ears. A narrow wreath of tiny pink flowers and fine foliage encircles the base of tbe crown. The very newest style In ornaments for evening slippers I a single strap made of a fold of satin across the In step and fastened on tbe outer side un der a diamond crescent. This looks especially well worn with black tin slippers. MAHTRKAN LWML I, sfr. William A. Rndford will answer questions and give advice MIEK OP COHT on all aubjerta purlalnliur to tha auhjert of bulldliiK, for Ilia reuiiera of this paper. On account of his wlile experience as Editor, Author an- Manufacturer, he Is, without doubt, the hlaheet authority on all tlieaeeulijrcta. AitrirrKS all Inquiries to William A. KBilf.itd. No. 17 Went Jackaon boulevard, Chicago, m., and only enclose two-tool stamp for raply. Real estate dealers and speculative : builders In the larger cities aud sub I urban towns have long realized that every dollar spent In making more at tractive the Interior of the houses that they offer will come back ten-fold In the Increased selling price that can bo obtained or tbe larger rental that can be asked. One may say that be Is building a house for himself, that he bas no in tention of selling, but expects to live In the house for the rest of bis life, and do without the frills if only the house la big enough to accommodate the actual needa. What, therefore, Is tbe necessity of considering selling or rental value? There la an old and very true pro verb, that "Man proposes, but Ood dis poses;" and though a man may be building a home, circumstances may In time arise that make the sale or rent ing of the house Imperative, and every feature that adds to It selling or rental value will be doubly appreci ated. Death may make It necessary to aell the house In order to settle the estate. Business reasons that cannot be foreseen often compel a man, much against bis Inclinations, to move to some distant part'of tbe country; and I have found out by personal experi ence that tber I nothing more un satisfactory as an Investment than real estate which I so far away that tha owner cannot see for blmsolf whether CI repairs asked for by the tenant are renlly needed or not, but must be com pelled to depend upon the word of the real estate agent, whose Interests aaem often to be rather with Ihe ten ant than with the landlord The man who la compelled to borrow money In order to build bia houae. usually endeavora to keep the autn that he borrows down to the lowest pos sible notch, and will cut down wherever he can In order to accom plish this object. But it is possible to carry this pruning too far. To tbe First Floor Plan. man unfamiliar with tbe cost of build ing, tbe thing which appear to bo most expensive are tbose Items of In terior finish and decoration which add the toucb of elegance and refinement to the house. For tbe sake of saving from $100 to $500 and often nearer the former figure than the latter he will omit such Items as fireplaces, mantels, hullt-ln rhlna closets or at tractive stair finish. He thinks, perhaps, that after the mortgage has been pnld off be will sdd these fentures that be has omitted; but he forgets that It will cost very much more to add them later than to put them In at the time of building; to asy nothing of the fact that those i ! .1 ' I .i i i jPoBCHj A Kitchen CmngRm -1 K'owor Living Pm ves 1 el Pouch r n now m things whivu we put off until another time are very opt to bs left undone. It would be- far wiser to cut down In some of Ihe hidden features that be may regard us essential, than to omit those which show t.pon the surface and which make tbe difference be tween a box-like barracks and a home. When you atop to figure the matter out. the two or three hundred dollar additional which a man will have to borrow lu order to Include the item that will make hi home attractive will Second Floor Flan st most add only 118 or 20 a year to the Interest charges he will have to pay, while they will add fully a thou sand dollars to the price he can real ise for the home, or $5 a month per haps moreto tbe amount of rent be could get for It Attractive wall papers, while adding much to the selling value of the house that la erected as real estate specu lation, especially when chosen with good taste and artistic feeling that I now possible to command even wltb the low-cost papers can be better loft for the future than any other Item v: A I L,til!l''.i-" which the home builder needs to con sldcr. Wall paper must be renewed every few years at least nd lb pa perbangers are no more objectionable to have about the house than tbe scrub women who seem to be an Inevitable part of the spring and fall bouse clean ing. The design Illustrated herewith Is an excellent example of the small house equipped with all tbe attractive little features which are ao much ap preciated by the housewife and In aucb demand by those who are looking to purchase a home, but which, at the same time, do not cost very much when provided for In the original plana and put in at tbe same time the rest of tbe work la done. Notice, for In stance, the finely located fireplace with built-in book rases on each side and built-in seat The columns opening be tween living room and dining room are also an attractive feature, adding greatly to the charm of the place. A suitable space la reserved In the dining room along the Inside wall for a built in sideboard. If desired. A desirable feature of thl design Is the arrangement of the stair hall sepa rated from the rooms of the first floor. Tbla la the way It should be, In case It I ever desired to rent a room, since the rooms on the second floor are di rectly accessible from the front en trance without disturbing anyone on the ft ret floor. The economy of tbls design may be seen from the fact that tbe bouse has been built as Illustrated, using all first class materials, for tl.SOO. The width of the house I 28 feet the length 15 fet 0 Inches. There are three rooms on the first floor, and two rooms on the second floor, besides bathroom, large clothca closets, etc. Tbe exterior ap pearance of tbla house I attractive and up-to-date. Love bas comensa'lons that friend ship ba not Monlalgu. ITT? CST Nso-uv 'a HALL sUjzJ j ft BcdRm ) ' J I I 150X10 I f J !Mr hL ' hii'ii. ' ' I ' Cloee Friend. "Sander and Harris are close friend, aren't they?" 'Ye; neither csn borrow a cent from tbe other." Sunday Magaxlne. THE RIGHT SOAP FOR BABY'S SKIN In h ear at hahv'a skin and hair. Cutlcura Soap la the mother' fa vorite. Not only Is It unrivaled m purity and refreshing fragrance, but It gentle emollient propertle are uanal lv aufflclant la allav minor Irrl- latlona. ramon redneas. roughness and chafing, sooth aensltlve condi tion, and promote kin and nair health generally. Assisted by Cutl cura Ointment It 1 moat valuable Is the treatment of ecxemas, rasbe and Itehlnr hnrnlns Infantile eruption. Cutlcura, Soap wear to a wafer, often outlasting several cake of ordinary soap and making its use most eco nomical. rntli-nra. Roan and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each fr with 82. n Skin Book. Address Post card "Cutlcura, Dept U Boston." Adv. Never preach the doctrine of tho survival of tbe fittest to those who don't Jit Water In bluing- it adulteration. Olauand water make liquid blue ooatly. Buy Had Croat Ball Blue. Adv. Do you try to do tbose you are dunned by? 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