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tliied find r ral14t1 alatatrx l toU toUfurriers
170 Sm m QrJ a get 112 Tl1Qnlmble Thp nimble fingers ot1 of a fashionable fashionablenb
x no a nb furriers turrlerscmlloyu employes are already busy busycarrying busyO busyOD6doo
00 OD6doo O o carrying out the clever ct vcr designs from f fm fromLondon
London m and nndParls pars IQ mink mink and andsable andsableI aMo sablBI
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< Alfonso 1ton X Lolott11s Is cotnes t of t age o ported i In the pelt shape r rMxt without duty
in next ttprllJlInC sprits and will will bard SO It t j 11 really rean sane to buy those fine fineT
T the paomlfil omli ° Mr l iruyl ruling ot hIs natural furs h hero ncro ro where one no knows knowsi
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n r InClb inclbdlntf lu W taothcr her the TO Judge jU dge by these fine 11 no novelties our ouri 0 U r
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ItJ belJf beloved d ttiK t t ho o few few tails on on a Ieee wo were tn tnvI11b lut
jwlll t will vI11b boHa be IctJCjl aCtfell Oca iiipthl i ltY i nri i i it jfprmed formed that animals animals seldom had more moreand moroand moreand
and JnJhe lu thejllght Igbtp1ptr pCpij > UX utrpo1 ttpe > than one each eachcondlUon eachn eachconditions
conditions n d lU onsthut fcthoco the cot wt Wt d fit yr llIJ Evidently EVIden y weve we ve changed t han gcd all that lhathat thatbe b1 t tII
+ be II a w W epreca o pr ca Jir Itor for these advance beauties are arecom com com1t1c1I1
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country absolutely faithful to It Itevery Itevery
every sense of unlpipcachable In InTlty Inj
j Tlty sty Sagasta has earned the title titletbo titlet
t the Grand Old Man of Spanish Spanishjernllsm Spanishernlism
jernllsm and andit It b a a deserved recce recogIon reccelion
lion lionago Ion Ionagastaa
ago agastaa tas cabinet Includes General Generalylcr Generalyler
ylcr pa Minister of War Senor Benorcfc Senor6mto
6mto cfc naj Minister of of tho the Interiorthe Interiortheilce Interior the theire
ire of Atmpdov Aimpdov lr r djt Jtlp as Mlh Mlhir Dflnr
ir r of cjFprpIgii Affairs end nd the theof the theors
> of ors Vera giiaii as Minister Mlnjs er of ho hoLjCho tie tieThefist
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excellent racer racerpt
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tX nviMth lid mhr mhre
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a sos s do Bourbon Is Is the thett
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4 Chrjiit The Queen Ooeend
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fisher fin a strongly stronglymarria
> marria e r refusing refusingotllc
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< glut Jii > lHaf it Territory con bo bod Dod
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ncss litau iof of i t40 io ieli CM Is four tour feet feetiliiroaHCji feetr
r will iliiroaHCji ethic 0 tons on acre acreito acre acreaI
aI 1 n e ito > ln lots of ofj 0110 0110t4i <
j t4i is s that 3600000 3600000e
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t 8 i + e year The Ther
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tratlou trlltlouls1 is Is perhaps > the most graceful gracefulrow
DZ V ltoqutk 1lD4 rho he satin s tln neck necktimd neckband
timd band Is n ou tOw tow onl Vialie 1l1t 1l1trow ° The Therow
row row JoovCd looked down the bottom row rowlooped rowtoop rowlooped
looped toop d up until both rows meet At Ateach Ateach Ateach
each end ot tho ruchelike rucheIlkene ruche like neck piece piecethere plecBthere piecethere
there are four ends In chenille che I effect effectcftckpf etrectot effectof
cftckpf ot these t eso st atrtuadiiiaanposed atrtuadiiiaanposedof an jJjjtb sWrapPscd sWrapPscdof npP8ed npP8edot
of four r tails tailsAmong tailsAmong sbz tr trAmong
Among the variations varlat pas ns on this plctur plcturcsque plcturesquo picturesque
csque arrangement Is one which has hastwenty hastwent1 hastwenty
twenty tails hooped around the foun foundation toundntlon foundation ¬
dation band The ends endsnro are either like likethe IIkotho 1itothe
the one pictured or consist of simple simplebunches almplebunches simplebunches
bunches ot tails tailsThough tailsThough tailsThough
Though furlined coats now now seem s seem cm
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A YOfa r n LOOT rAT T PUn U I1 lUlmoNS lUlmoNSf11ollfm FASIIIONSsynonymous
synonymous yno f11ollfm ympus u1 with torture torhlregarme1ts torhlregarme1tstieverJUlnd garmeats garmeatsrievcr garments garmentsnever
never tieverJUlnd mind ttiero th ro ore cotaidayv cold days com coming tominl comPaletots
ing ingPaletots inlPa1 Paletots Pa1 tota lire to lead In style blackbroadcloth li black blackbroadcloth lck lckbrondcloth
broadcloth being belu the thetl1Vorel favored fabric fabricTho tabrfcTho fabricThe
Tho allsrny aUg1nrS Siberian crlanaqulrrel squirrel is the thechoice thechol thechoice
choice chol o for fQrllnlngs fQrllnlngsAs linings llningsAs liningsAs
As to the tbedetnll details the thOlteeveli sleeves will willbell willbelll1 willbell
bell belll1 a bit at the wrist and ud though the tliocoat tllOC thecoat
coat C llt is perfectly eftectl loose thesel1m the seam seam down downthe downthe downthe
the middle back backwlllbeBlIghtly will bo slightly curvedand curved curvedand curvedl1
and l1 1dDl1011l1bQut open about half the way way up upWomen 1m 1mWp upWomen
Wp Women en who llo are nrotoJnduli9Jn to Indulge jna In ° n mid midseaspnvasTvcU midse Mid Midseason
seaspnvasTvcU se season ls na asitcli V Uasll as as n coidweather coldweatberXpaler coldweatberXpalertot oldwe the pale palefpt 1 > al altot
tot arc a chopslng c h00Sl ng blac b ll1 lac k kirhltO0 toulstne o ups i ne II111 II111Whlt61satl11Jho r ani aniTTuitaisstUl d
TTuitaisstUl irhltO0 Whlt61satl11Jho tbo favorite toVQrlteJlnln toVQrlteJlnlnf toVQrlteJlnlnltomthcc lining liningsao liningSao
Sao ao ltomthcc to say ay thcre the Auc f iIlUtl1 uth h a thips lhiogi lhiogintuttuDidit1 thingaalertttuglditt l lalert
alert ntuttuDidit1 ituoiditi + I II
Ion IonGrowing
Growing Good Good ramie PanilefIn roI roIIn ramieIn
In most parts of tli the North pansies pansleslire
In n their rheir full glory gloryOt Of course It Ithould
lie 10 unl1 understood rstool1 that they favor favorshade Cnvorshndll favorshade
shade and never never a too bold exposure exposureto
to the suns direct rays There is no noBower
that pays better for careful at attention ¬
to its habits Great results resultshave
have been attained by cultivation J JEX
EX Vaughan who Is good authority In Inlortlculttiro
has his rules for growing growingline
pantiles pan lcIThe The following followingTho followIngTho followingThe
Tho soil to grow good pansies p nalea In Innn
nn hardly be batoo too rich using ualngcow cow cow dung dungIn
In preference to any other and a a lib liberal ¬
eral sprinkling of bone dust from time timeto tameto lm lmto
to time The strains of pansies pansl s that thatare thataro thatare
are grown now will wlllwell well repay repay forgood for forgood torgood
good cultivation and they theyrequlre require It Itns Itns Itno
ns no such slovenly culture as Is often oftenmet oftenmet oftenmet
met With will grow good od pansles nn nnnfntter nnmntter nomatter
matter how choice the strains of seed seedFarm lIe seedFarnp d dFn111J
Farm Fieldand Field and Fireside FiresideTrampUnllniftlit IihCsll1cTronplUlilfthEneth FiresideTraneplanting
TrampUnllniftlit TronplUlilfthEneth TronplUlilfthEnethIt the KTergrten 8rergreenIt KTergrtenIt
It Is recognized among planters that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more risk attends the transplanting of ofevergreens ofevergreens f fevergreens
evergreens than deciduous trees This Thisapplies ThllnppUes Thisapplies
applies with more force to those of otn otn1rpadleaved a abroadleaved abroadleaved
broadleaved character ebara ter such as aatho aathoholly the thoholly theholly
holly evergreen magnolia a and ma mahoula mnbonia
houla bonla are examples offeyhy 0 hy this thisShould thisshould thisshould
Should bo boil to tfsura a su lH many manyhclduous Q1anyY navyyet
Y yet et the C aUllol cause It n not ot f n nl nteclduous
hclduous l tree treeellteY tree nr orel1DcY J I Iltbl
ellteY ltbl Slln iri iriportant r IU IUlire Qpare
lire bereft of olta oltathe ltltt ltltttho
the call calls on the roots rootsorfau11i I Iportauf
portant orfau11i fl as tljjy tlJ r are when wheirto whento whento
to be supplied The The cvergrip cvergripnever everg evergnever evergrnever
never without foliage and it l lcause Icausa r rcause
cause of this so much more care lil lilrequired 1 1required Is Isrequired
required In n transplanting It There Is Isno lanO Isnil
no nO reason why so much care shbuld shbuldbe shbuldbe shbuldbe
be token to preserve the leaves when whenby whenby whenby
by reducing theIr number the safety safetyof
of the tree would be so much ad advanced lidlIuced Advanced ¬
BrantlfjlnB the Ularm Farm Home HomeThe JJomThe AomeThe
The illustration shows a simple yet yetaost yetnost yetmost
most attractive I rustic fence which whichmay whlcbmny whichmay
may be costly ellsllbufit bufit and will be ah ahadded IInadded anadded
added attraction to any farm nrm home homeused homeused homeused
used either as a dividing fence bet bettween bettween beetween
tween the house lawn and the farm farmproper farm farmiroper tarntproper
proper or as a line fence bordering tho
road It will not bo b necessary to tomake tomake tomake
make th the entire sketch of fence of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this rustic work unless desired a sec section sectlon section ¬
tion or two will answer and Is Isespo Isespoclally espe especially especially ¬
cially attractive when used In Inconnec Inconnectlon inconnectlon connec connection ¬
tlon with wlthlIbedge a hedge The artist has hasdrawn hudrawn hasdrawn
drawn the Illustration from a nlecton nlectonof section sectionof sectionof
of fence fen co which separated the lawnfrom lawn lawnfrom lawnfrom
from an an orchard The length of rustic rusticfence rusticten rusticfence
fence ten co on either side of tho thogato gate wasbut was wasbut wasbut
but ten feet eetrind and beyond bcyo d that consisted consistedof consistedof
of a wellkept hedge hcdgootCnlltornla of California prl prlvet prlvet prlvet
vet The posts In this case were parts partsof partsof partsof
of the the trunk of a cherry tree which whichwas whlohW89 whichwas
was destroyed in a nstorm storm The rhetubs rhetubson tubs tubson tubson
on on each gatepost were were small tobacco tobaccopalls tobaccopalls tobaccopalls
palls cut In half and covered c verel1 with withbark wltbark withbark
bark ark from the woods In them each eachspring eachsprlngw eachspring
spring sprlngw was was If planted roots of dwarf dwarfcannas dwarcann3S dwarf dwarfcanes
cannas which in the fall were1 wer weretdken weretdkenout ttfken tdkenout ttfkenout
out and stored In the th cellar Such Suchgates Suchgates Suchgates
gates and fences cad be made at a atrifling it ittrlQlng atrlQIng
trifling expense e apease pe s and are handsome handsomeenough hnn handsomeenough 1 ome omeenough
enough tp to < surround any home hOl homeNew homeNewYork 1e New NewYork ow owork
York ork Tribune TribuneSingle TrltiuneSIQllllI TribuneSingle
Single and > > dDo Doable bllloTn bllloTnFlorists Flows FlowsFlorists FloTrenFlorists
Florists Invariably look lo k with disfa disfavor dlstavor dlsfavor ¬
vor upon up n single flowers for they neith neither nelther neithpear ¬
er er handle l1 bdlo nd Io Ioto well nor appear p pear attractive attractiveto ttrnctlvoto
to their thelrpatrqns t etrpatrgns patrpns The petals of a aan aangle sin single sIngle ¬
gle flower fall sooner as ash U n rule than thanthose thanthl thanthose
those thl e of ota a Double flqwer flqVerfhlcl1 which may maylie tuotlie mayIse
lie accounted for to11n In the fact that the tboinner theInncrpet theInner
inner Inncrpet petals petitsot ls of ottb9 the latter latterl1re arotranS arotranSformed are trans transt transformed
formed t rmed stamens and thesa tbeBonr are are more morefirmly moronrmlr more morefirmly
firmly jattachei 4rttachedn taehe than than simple petals petalsThe petallThqobjectlon petalsThe
The Thqobjectlon o Objection efctlon to toslngh single flowers lIo e1 is isgenerally 19I Isgenerally
I generally genero l confined conln l1 to those th s used U8 for forcutflower torcutt forcutfibwer
cutflower cutt Ver purposes No l o crib olibwlll will deny denytha denytile denythe
tile beauty and nd fine One form of ota a well wellgrown weUgrownslngle wellgrownsingle <
grown grownslngle single peony and even even a good goodsingle goodslnglerose goodsingle
single slnglerose rose rose teaches i ach s the heart Martot of many manypersons MAY mllbYporsona MAYpersons
persons before a I double one Single Singlehollyhocks SlnglohOllyh Singlehollyhdcks
hollyhocks hOllyh cks too tooare are attractive IIttractlvinnd and less lessformal lesstorinal lessformal
formal than the double doubleMany doullcoInny doubleMany
Many persons will 111 not appreciate appreciatethe Ilpprecilltothe
the reference re renceto to the single singlepeontesr singlepeontesrCora peonies peoniesfof > eonles eonlestCr
Cora strange to say stt they the Arkvery ari lr Very un uneomnion unommon unmoron
moron eomnion ommon A single tree treepepny peoty Is even eveno eveniDor evenspore
iDor spore o i rare rare Tho writer considered It a atreat Atreat
treat to see a number of of the latter latterre latterretentiy re recently reo ¬ i itontl
cently Fully expanded the flowers flowersmeasured flowersmeasured lowersmellu
measured mellu d seven Inches Inchcilndlameter Inchcilndlametertbecolor inchesin In diameterthe diameter diameterthe
the tbecolor color a royal purple purpleMeehans purpleMeehansonthl Mechans MechansMonthly MeehII s sUonllil
Monthly MonthlyA Uonllil u onthl y yAboy I IAboTlln4
A AboTlln4 Aboy bpy and and girl who W be > offered 9ttered to iocllrrr iocllrrrceilT carry carryVneavjr carry carrya
Vneavjr a ceilT Heavy package p ek ge for an nn old woman In Intho Intho inrho
tho streets of Vienna have > got Into Intotrouble intotrouble IntotfobJeVlth
trouble tfobJeVlth wlththB with fie h police tot carrying carjjrlnsparcels carlrlulpucels carryingpaxcels
parcels without a a license 1Ic nse
1 1 1l
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Vinegar VIQIlPnnd and Salt Are the Gooil Good 014 OWStnmlll 0148tAdn 014Standbys
Stnmlll StnmlllTo 8tAdnTo Standbys StandbysTo
To clean brasses brtlse quickly and ceo ceonemlcaUv cconolitlcalv ecohomlcaiv
nemlcaUv rub them well With vinegar vinegarand vinegarnnd vinegarand
and salt Or oxalic acid Wash Im Immediately 1mmedIately im immediately ¬
mediately after the rubbing and pol polish polIsh poltab ¬
ish with tripoli and sweet oil Unless Unlessthe UplcslItho Unlessthe
the acid is washed off the UI thing will willtarnish willtarnish willtarnish
tarnish so quickly Its last estate will willbe w1lbe willbe
be worse than its 1tstlrst first Copper ket kettles ketoties ketties ¬
ties and saucepans brass and Irons Ironsfenders Ironlltenders Ironsfenders
fenders and candlesticks and trays traysnro traysnre traysare
are best cleaned with vlne vinegar ir and nudsalt nndsalt andsalt
salt Cooking vessels In constant use useneed useneedenly useneed
need needenly only to be well Washed after afterward afterward afterward ¬
ward Things for show sboweren even pots potsand polland potsand
and pans pansneed need the oil olllJOlIsblng polishing which whlcligives whlclgives whichgives
gives a ndeep a deep rich yellow lustre good goodfor goodfor goodfor
for six months Oxalic acid and salt saltIs aaItIs saltis
Is the thing for for furniture brasses brassesIt brassesItIt If Ifit
It it touches the wood around It t It tonl tonlImproves only onlyImproves onlyImproves
Improves the thetoneWIPI tone Wipe the brasses brasseswell brasses brasseswell brasseswell
well with witha a wet cloth and polish thor thoroughly thorooughly thoroughly ¬
oughly with all and tripoli Sometimes Sometimespowdered SoinetllPepowdered Sometimespowdered
powdered rotten stone does better than thantho thllntho thanthe
tho tripoli Rub otter using either cltberwltb eitherwith eitherwith
with a dry drycloll1 cloth or leather leather until untilthere untilthere untilthere
there fa r no trace traeeof ot oil No matter matterwhat matterwhalsort matterwbatsort
whalsort what sort of brass is to be cleaned It Itmust Itmust Itmust
must be freed completely co from grease grcasncaked greasmkcd greasecaked
caked dirt nnd grime Wash with withstrongnmmoula withstrongammenlasudsand I Istrong
strongnmmoula strong strongammenlasudsand mm ullf8uds Buds and andrlnlio rlnso dry drybefore1 drybeforl drybefore
before beginning with tho acid nnd nndsalt nndlalt andSalt
salt saltThe
The best treatment of wrought steel steelwhich steelwhlcb steelwhich
which has a knack of growing gray grayand grllYIInd grayand
and lustreless lustreless ls Is s to firstiwash It It very verydean Vr Vrdean veryclean
dean with a stiff brush and ammonia ammoniasoapsuds ammoniasoapsudll ammoniasoapsuds
soapsuds rinse well dry by heat If Ifpossible IfpossIble Itpossible
possible then oil plentifully plentltullywlth plentltullywlthsweet with withsweet withsweet
sweet oil and dust thfckly with pow powdered powderedq powdered ¬
dered deredq quick lck lime Let the llmq IIm j stay stayjjui staytwo ta tatw
jjui two tw days then brush It off with wIthvery a aSLvery avery
SLvery very stiff brush Polish with n nrush nsh ncosh
cosh rush sh and rub With cloths until untilomcs uutllomcs
omcs out By leaving the theand thelid thelid
and lid steer may bo kept keptIndefinitely keptIndefinitelY keptindefinitely
Indefinitely Indefinitelytoy indefinitelysort
toy IJ sort of brlca brlcajSjbrpnzes brlcarl1nZell bricay
y jSjbrpnzes lllrpnzen rl1nZell remove removeta5H8BSSBHiSi rfmovealt removeadt
alt adt IIS Glst Glstwater dpatwater
water cran crannles cyanI cyanIales
ales ta5H8BSSBHiSi ta5H8BSSBHiSidusting the I A ter tertuaUng terlusting
dusting wq wqsoapsuds wlIll wadi if ifIj INsonpsudo
soapsuds Ij soapsudspolish P ldS n a ah
polish pollsrotten h it viS viSrotten t l l J Jrotten
rotten sto stoevery s severy It Itpolish tied tiedevery
every trace trncotouch tracetouch St hej
touch n bronze bronzod bronzeand sj sjBorne
anp and d pit It 1 It t f for o nnb anti tit tl tlA i
A PIS 111 JQ S Sheeps pCI pCISome Cy CySome > 11
Some Interesting cxpertmc cxpertmclittle experimlittle c J Jlittle
little pigs have been made recehfljjWlf recehfljjWlfa receh recehn
a scientist at Copenhagen DoctojN DoctojNHenrique Do Dot DotIlenriquee m mHenrlque
Henrique He has learned that thatrth thatrthadipose the theadipose tbol tboladlposo
adipose deposit Is moro dense deep deepIn l1eepIn deepIn
In the body than near the surface and andhas jaudhas audhlls
has there a higher meltingpoint meltingpointOne
One little pig ho brought up in inan a abarn abarn
barn an and this th season season being b ll g winter It1 It1secjjntllttlcpiglieTrtJo It ItM I IfM91O
fM91O M iposetlrt eil Ar Arett tl condItions The Those Thesecqu
secjjntllttlcpiglieTrtJo se secqu I1d IIt iltt1e pig ig a hot room roomthe rQImtho roomthe
the the conditions c condittonabring ndltlons being Ing to t jnricients tents aft aftpurposes IIbII IIbIIpurp elfpurposes
purposes purp 8es tropical Thethird The third llfttevPj llfttevPjhe 11 I Iho ihe
he sewed up in a gcthent gs eilt of sheep shcepskin shee sheeskla sheepskin > >
skin with the woolsl wool woolside sl Inside All of ofthem otthe1l1 ofthem
them were fed on the th some quantity quantityof quaatlt7Dfcorn
of Dfcorn corn and at the end opfthree of three months monthsthe monthstho monthsthe
the three llttloptgs llttle pigs were killed killedIt killedIt killedIt
It was wlIstound found that the Arctlcplg had hadfat hadfateta hadtat
fat fateta of a different density denslt and melting meltingpoint meltingp meltingpoint
point p lnt from tho others the cold ld had hadmado hadmado hadmade
mado Its density deDsltyless less and Its melting meltingpoint meltingpoint meltingpoint
point lower than In the case of the thetropical thetropical thetropical
tropical pig pi In sheeps clothing The Thedifference Thedifference Xhedlrerence
difference was ver very marked Indeed Indeedand IndeedI indeedand
and I nt1t It confirmed Doctor Do tor HenrIques HenrlquesIdea HenrIquesIde
Idea Ide that It was all A matter of tem temperature temperature temperature ¬
perature The fat of the tropical pig pigwas pigWI1s pigwas
was nbPut nb about ut11ill tile saute as that of tlip tlippig t110pig tllopig
pig In n tuft th tbdsheeps sheeps clothing The moral moralto mo a
to be drawnfronl drawn trom these experiments experimentsseems experimentsseems
seems tobetbajifthe to be thafi that it the fiftmer tdhn wants wantsa
a pig to tOlj qcqulra Qulre hard fat he must mustIteep mu mustkeep t tteep
keep teep the animal anh lll where It Is IswlUm IswlUmPhllndelphlaSalurdny warm warmPhlladelphla warmPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhllndelphlaSalurdny Saturday Ev6nlng Post PostStreet Postafrost st stIlr
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