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Below Bottom of Suit Jackets Widely Advocated, three-pieee suit-that is, the e collsistiig of a coat, it skirt silk blusle, rather thaln, it coIt one-piece dress-is one of the mnpurtant features in the clothes the prinuci pal Freicll cout uriers OW prepitariig for spring, a P1a ris On authority sf.ys. Although sep * "!"aos is really at part of ,fir Pk 01 hinled or Atm whicl T -ie. Used ;A.S oftenl in1 (~ On a . .llotifs or ,r 13trips. mit worn alt Longchamt 11ps, aid ichel will doubtless1.41 finll favor he Aimerienn womian this spr191. S ts o at hilp-length box coat an1d of tn kaslia. The coat hlas /1 -eghths-length sleeves in pagoda x: and at soft rolling collar, willell -t he filstened closely about the or left open to tie wtistline. i( accoiipianyiig blouse is of til C, i.'otted paittern Inl brown, lgh collar and long hish(Ip neo the coat worn over tills short sleeves andI(1 It) open 4k a Very striking effect is obtained $3 tite Iligh collia rel blouse withl its "1o ig slee)vebs failling below the shorter tevCs Of the (coat. The miost im J rtillit fAtuitzre Of tills blouse Is a 1p-lum of (lth. which Inigs below the 1ttom1 Of tile (lcot. The coit is linled. ti the silk froim which tile Ilouse 11111de. The fishiol of riikinig biiliouse thilt tend below the bottoIn of still jnek O s one widely ladvl(n11ted by the ding dIresslla kers. Mildiilme1l .leniy - ows it long b110los fill silk, with a !op hnld of b11 roidery lt its, lwer I ge than, 111 thll sa-'lit ('01t wlthl whlehI 1. worNI, thei mrt dr(a.arn ighi it were oil tihe skirt Or All thie shaes Of tiln, and1(l gray Il1 he I-liriiet Inl thy newm spring ts (of both tihe tllOed ad fancy l's. There is a peristent rumor ait the vogue far the Plain tallored - ny stilt. wilichl proved stneii it sle J r- IV -rnmi u MILLINL:.T t~ Wood and straw combine oddly In is hat for spring-or for the South. is in lavender. A fan-4ike orna ent of grosgrain ribbon Juts out at ie side. CLA LINES * Made in One, ., Slim Train .i lne Side. 11his111 du 'len1o of thle dressmna g year, when0I "1n2 wanlts somllethiang wbuit not t6e eilaboraiite, to give little fick to the wiartdrtobe, aI new) enCl is at boon1. The originato r of' the till frock has finally ahilnndoned tilt -ti theme, up~on whlech slit 1pl1ae nlitless valriattionls and1( is tdevot ing -rself to a new idea-tile Greek -wn. Tis type (If diress Is so uitter I simple thalt 011e hlids one's breathl momlenlt to see ho0w tile trick is doane *how the wearier lattalins 80 muicth - titelnss andi distinction with sou I tIe meant~s. There is no0 trIminlg Jilt a hend--no intriency of line. A se0 blouse, sleeelss, is slit st riighlt c-. ('oss for the head1 to slip thrtotugh. nd al~f skirt lifted iln n single line of a~.pery tihat exhibits the nueistery of a 4r designer. WVhatever it is, it hn11 otrick. Walist nr1~( skirt Seemn made(1 one, falling to ai long, slim troin on hne side. nnd1( giv~ing. na5 the "iformt N Iilry silmness and1( height to. tile iearr It is nlotilble tha111t these mod0( 'few atftt'rn14on1 dresses, are v'ery long an ~ ILkIe lenigth,1 not to mtl(ion1(1 tile Linens and Voiles. ~YLinenst and1 'oiies play as Impm' ~3 1 t - a v3~1 ece Suit ECKSCARF FOR THE FLAPPEF /44W The brillinatly colored neckscarf ii one of the absolute necessaries in thi young lady's wardrobe. Her costum< is not complete until she dons one of these fascinating and useful iteml -the brighter and more colorful, th< better. IN SNAPPY TOGS FOR SPORTS Knickers Favored for Skating, Col or Riding; Both Chic and Ex. ceedingly Comfortable. To enjoy iny sort of spo4rts on inust be dressed not only becoimingl) but appropriately. For the woman wI likes skailg, golf or riding there Ilr go raients both conservtive a1nd do1ar ing. Knickers, until now (oiisidere( (he thing for lorsebnick riding. Ia v nidiiili at very SR CUSs'lR reapa I q 111 ran 11c on the links. They ire both chic in exceedingly com fortable. A smnart ollt lit which enn he worn for hunting, sktit Ing or hor.ebck riding Is ma(de ol till) wool jersey. The short. straight (ont--military in (ut, reoninding one of the coit wori during the war by E'nglish olficers Is lined in bright orange crepe df chine. It has i narrow collair endiny in long, pointed revers passing undei the helt and to the hein of the jacket Two huge pockets are lined witl the sam11e orange crepe de chine. A narrow helt of tan chamois fastenm in front with a rather sma1ll metal The sleeves ire set In wiy Ii) ovel the shoulders, long and ats tight fit ting as comfort allows. With this knickers are worn. Thei tire also patterned after those worr by English ollicers, and button wtN below the knee. The effect obtinei( by this ensemble is decidedly chic becoming, as well ats feminine. ' worn with this outfit. th swolian will choose i soft tot too large, so ats not to *Ith the first puff of wind, ........ rge enough to offer the needed 1)rotectIol to the eyes, For hoiR'sehnlek riding it is very smart to replace the hot with ain utdorabile lIt tle jockey cop madI~e of mate ria1 matching the costume a~nd the peak4 in either blacek patent leather or suede kid. Whlipcord r'idling togs also0 aire very smart1 aind have a goodlly coterie of faithful admIRirers. Crepe De Chine and Gloe SIlk. Crepe dec (chine1 and1 glove silk have lost noRRe of their prestige in the cate gory of womenOR's 11 nger'ie. They aire the suibstaintlil 8aIund-bys, the sillls thant lire tested and1( true. They give every sat isfaiction and1( always wi. And in al1l of the dlesIgnls you wuill find these two mlaterials being usd over and1( over again wih the greatest sue cess. IN NEW GOWNS featture haind-drawn work. For a simple yet dilstilguish~ed (dress wit houit the expense of hand3( work, drop-stitch voiles maIIy he emlployedl. Th'iey !omRe 13in 003 beuiful colorIngs and1( are eltee tively wo'(rked ouit iln copies of I"ren~ch lingerie drlesses, the diroi)-stitch design inl th3e voile servinig in lifeu of the hand-drawun w'ork. Bracelets Come Bac'k. An initerestling (f1d which 13as come into beinig with the initroducetion of very wide sleeves, is the wearlinIg of brlacelets or flat head hiads to hold( somie of' the w~idlth in at the wrist. The han13ii'd ar aout ani inch wide, showing initerest ing dlesign~s of fine head~s in gay co(lo~rs. Jade(1, dlim~ondl or Onyx braltce lets appea?Ir' with sleeveless evening toilts, the nalrro(w bra(elets conflinlng atl the wist filmy seuirfs, whieh are woundii abiout the armis Instead of sleeves. Combs Are Carved. TFille h 'lluge si'/, ('ombsl ini fan (1e sign 3l( are bte 3add1itions to th 1le very ext ensi ve comb 11ine. The new 11inten fain shapei11 I0ombs3 .mlve ailtrnte see. Intg in tran3isparent01 re'il, groeen and1 (cry'staii. Thelnse (combs3 refle(et the Shpanlih )'ogue 3an1l are e'(xceptionallIyI good Ilookinog. ('ard c'iliombis are' al. so shlowni in sIm131Ihir e'ffects5. Spring Dress Goods. Brushed( mohaIr and( chilfYon alpaca are amlIong the iavoltiles in dress5 goosml thiat wi'll likely Colme inito favor' this spring. Fibre sik is also spoke of KITCNEN CABINETR Copyright, ltl2. Western Newbpamt,11 LInenl. "'Tlle love we give is the oily love we keel). The greatest and iioblest Meniri and women are those wlst- lives and actions are founded 'llion tender YllPathlies and who ucv er fail to ishow kindness to the helpless who colie withii the sphere of their inilu ence. whether a human being or tn anlimlal." CAKE VARIATIONS; ONE BASE Cream .one-third to one-half cupful of fat, aidd -graduilly one cupful of sugair, t wo eggs, two cui fuls of flour sifted with IV'(o andt one-hialf tell Spoonfuls of bakillg pow deir inld one-hal.f tell spoonful of sit, adding (one-half Cupful of tilk a lterinately with the dry Ingredients and flavoring to taste. "to 'or chocolate enke add naww fill( sqluare of Chocolate anld twVo ta1blspooulfuls less (if flouir with ittlf teaspoonful of cillnimon and vanlill for flavoring. Spanish Hun--Use one-half cupful of currants or raisins and cover (hie top with butter wIile hot and sprinkle thickly wih viinainon and powdered sugar twell Imlixed. Spleitke---Add one-ial f t aspoonfil of cloves, one te,isnpoonful each of cloves. ole t taspoonlfuil (.a01 (itf cIn namon aind nutineg. avith oni"half cup fil of riisins if desired. Nit Cake--Ald onle-iriu'O of a c fill (if chopipeti nuts, flouredl. Iti l'ke--Use stron Coffee In stead of the milk, ami one-haif cup. ftil each of nuts elloplied and raisIns floured. Marehh' 'ak(--Add oile inllesiI pooin fil of cocont and a1 teasplooniful (if cin. aiin1on lo hil. f tie 111ter, putilng it by spoonfuls with the otlitr uncolored batier Into the elike tin. Citrin t 'a ke-Us lie plks (if four tJ.gs inst('tI of two wI'e etggs and onle-fouthl (of it (uiu f Alleed eltronl. Molasses Cake.-.Ta1ke cone-Ihali cup ful of brown Sugar. one-hi If cipful of New orleans itiolsses, ore-third of a cupfutl of Cold wate'r, onle egg, one trasp81oonful (if Sotha, twit tablespoon fuls of btitter an( flour to nmake a bat ter that drops like a ve.1 fromt tle spoon. IBile in lty'ers aid u.se the following for filling: Take one-third of at cuipful brown sugar. hll to a sirup with three tablesioonfulf of Witer, pour this when thick over the beaten white of an egg, whip until cool ; add one-half cupful of chopped raisins. I wish I had my neighbor's child for Just six weeks or so; I'd like to try to teach him all the things he ought to know. To guide his litfie footsteps in the way that he should P.o. I.cannot try my theories out upon my own dear three, For deeply I regret to state that they are "on to me"; They know I'm never quite so fierce as I intenld to he! --Marlan Van liuren Clev'eland. DELICIOUS PINEAPPLE WAYS Prepare the usuial cottage pudding, haking in a sheet ; thle mlitire is a re'cipt'. ('ut in s-qtures while hot ( anud -er've wvithi: si~~ineaphl ae Sauce. - Mx to getheur one - half cu'tpfuli sugar antd ipiinelel jice iand coo1k long e'noughi to cook the statrchl in the flour ; add( at pinch oif salt antd a ge'nerouIts table spo~oful (If butter; serv'e IpouredI over each squariie of putdding. Pineapple Pie.-I'repare the usun)l rich paistr'y shell aind filli with the fol-' lowing: Taike onfe and one-half cup fulhs of mzilk, scalded ;a lIlnc'h of salt. one-half cupful of sugar, two table spo~onftuls (If cornstarc-h well mixed with . the sugar, twoI eggs lightly beaten, one c'upftul (If crushed or grat ed pineapple atnd (ine-halft teaspoon ful of vanilla. TIhe crust may be haked andit filled w'it h the cooked fiJ.ll Ing of both he cooked ait thet SameU( timte. C2over with~ a merIngue and brown. RIchelieu Sauce.-floll one cupful of sugar with one cupful of watiier fiye mirnut es. Add a teasp(Ionfuli of corn Btarch moistened with a bit of wvater; coo~k until the starch is wvell eooktsd. Itemove from the hieat. add one-half cupful of griated pineajpple aind a tatble sp(ofl of ma~iraschino. MIlx wvell and stir in two tabllespIoonfuils of chIoppted marauschin(I chierrlies. Peach and AprIcot Lollypops.-R move two tabllespoo(n fuIs oIf wate r froIm a cupful of botiling wa'uter antd iidd toI onel and thiree-fourtht s t'upfiuha of sugar ; add one-half teaispioonful oft creauni (If tartar and cook slowly with out stIrring until the sirull becoines a golden browvn. Set th lit' 11)Into coldl water at once to stop the hotllng antd thlen place in a 11an1 of hi(t watIer to sta:ntd while~ dipfpi ng. I ''rej are (lie dried fruIts by pulling t hem flat. then iihiie In ai 'olindt'r anad di11 qic(kly intot bllihng water, thlen into( co(11(. !)ry skewer In eiach. Dir, in the siiup. dramn anti place on wtel7 buttIered phiates uin' til cold, Wrap eatch in waxed Iano, Beautiful 1 blending a colors whi fabric unas at a cost w ANY good decorat . &paints can supp Tiffanized walls form Instead AR that is necessary is just Al has been used in homes, apar durable, economical and artisti, With Alabastine, regularly apt: the Alabastine-Opaline-Procet Before decorating ask to see sz The Al Asking Too Much. l.cvei-No, l'risvilla, nit even or yoterl sake will I entupily wih Ohe cornil Hiolis laid 4mwn by your' lir as it Ilelinlin iy to) ilny iarrying yoll. Ills W- w \a\'hnt dot's lie wanit you to ldt'? "Hoe(suggested hat 1 shoul go anid hang1 CL' inyslf first ."--Stray Storits. DYED HER BABY'S COAT, A SKIRT AND CURTAINS WITH "DIAMOND DYES" Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains direCtions so sitmple any wmiiia-n can dye or tint her old, worn. faded things new. Even if she has never dyed before, she can pIt a new, rich color into shabby skirts, dresses, waists, coats, stocking*, sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangisigs. everythig. Buy Diamond Dve--no cither kind-then perfect home i dy'eing is gutar anteed. Just tell your (rtiggist whether the material you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whet her it is lin'n, cot ton, or tmixed gools. Diainond )yes never streak, spot, fade or run.-arivertisement. Could Afford the Newest. 'Mrs. 'awy (witi new\vspalper.)--Tt says lere thi l Mrs. V1n Astorli wore so Uilt i si'I i~ ' ii li, It In lule tit le 11111 list Ilight that (b: hi nk (oft it ow u'c thn with rii(''ded to make ti thle comnpl'xlotn c'leair, Senlyi clean I and handucs soft anld whitlte. Add 1to this the fo s'lna ting, fr'arant Culticuran Taletmn, atnd you have thes Nothing New. "'I'hcibcircen thinik thcemiselvcs wiseri "'It's ant ~eince sfheit'y'l . I 't. r'etnts dhd iih saine ti ng when't they were hi ldren."i Taste is a matter of tobacco quality WVe state it as our honest belief'that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of1 finter quality (and he'nce of' better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggrit &s Mytr, Tobaxo Co. 9I valls! Harmonies never before imagined! A f tints and tones, a magic interweaving of ch will transform your walls into a rich irpassed in its charm and cheerfulness-and ell within your means. or can do the work-nearly all stores dealing in ly the material-anyone can now afford to h-ave erly the exclusive privilege of the very wealthy. of Kalsomine or Wall Paper abastine, the same nationally accepted wall tint which for forty years Iments, offices and public buildings of all kinds - the same sanitary, : wall coating sold by the best stores and used by the best decorators. lied you get the exact color to match your rugs and draperies. Through s you obtain a combination of colors most pleasing and satisfactory. unples of the Alabastine-Opaline-Process. abastine Company Grand Rapids, Michigan No work that you farmers do is too rough for clothes made out of Stifel's Indigo Cloth. All Overalls, Jumpers and Work Clothes made of this cloth last longer, wash bet. ter and keep their "looks." See that you get it. Look for this boot shaped trade mark stamped on the back of the cloth. Carments sold by dealers everywhere W e are makers of the cloth only. J. L. STIFEL % SONS Indigo Dyers and Printers Wheeling. W. Va. 260 Church St.. New York, N. Y. wa'ltIkitig iiiiright. Jb t. :Tti ttlt t I 'ei caIv-a f Rats in the Cellar, ii: litItu IitiIA'ut ii-htti Cockroaches I t i'lri~,, ix o in the KitchenII' .Nt' IiIiahl.N What can be more disagreeable than aLoal A et V n home infested with pests? Destroy them with Stearns' Electric Paste, the standard ~~~I i It~Iti~a,~i3 ~tlas -t a exterminator for more than 43 years. i t9 tvitti a t t tift tttttt Kill, rats, nice, cockroaches, waterhugs ttt i atttiu i ~t'ttr tIre or ants in a single night. Does not blow tI~ti~itlt lgitt'.ttiI I.tnft away like powders; ready for use: better I(iNAuf1mcvI?CO'A than traps. Directions in 15 languages in ~ti ttihag?ythuag every box. Order from your dealer. 2 z.sie 5c 1 z.sie 1.0. W N. U., CARL OT~e, NO e .e vey t urIt / a d - ofTrihad oetcil ro-bthend uein on gtu- ril i i r