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, Lay cf the Lazy Mart. When Ihe breeze blows in my window. ah! it tells me mary tales waves with caps of white Of wind-fleck- With Walking Skirts. ' Veiy short wash petticoats or silk knickerbockers should be worn under the walking skirt. It is impossible to keep a petticoat of the usual length clean and trim for any length of time after going into rain and mud. and considerations of health as well' as of daintiness demand a suitable undergarment for rainy weather wear. There is no way in which women may take cold more quickly than by having a mass of damp ruffles whisking around the ankles or shoe tops. Coys Norfolk Suit. This nobby little suit is one of the new advance fall styles. The jacket is Norfolk style, with the addition of yokes on front and slee e. The round collar gives a very appear-arcyouthful to the suit. The trousers are the regulation style, being made with a facing or fly. The use of the yoke is optional, as the pattern gives the plaits running to shoulder, if one prefers that style. With such a pattern to follow, the mother will have no in difficulty making the young man a nice suit from some remnant, or perhaps from an outgrown cheviot suit that belonged to an older member of the family. There are no intricacies in the pattern. It is as simple as can be made, and the directions for making are so explicit that no difficulty will be experienced in making a suit at a very small cost. e The Sun as a Hair Tonic. The Greek maidens of old who sat on the walls of the city and combed their hair, owed the beauty of their tresses to the suns rays. When the hair is washed, sit beside a lowered window, as the sun shines stronger through glass, and allow the hair to 13 being brushed. No bleach hat been found so successful as the sun, which strengthens and beautifies generally. When the hair shows a tendency to fall out, the very best thing to stop its coming out and promote Its growth is the abundant use of olive oil. Saturate the hair thoroughly and keep It saturated for a week, until the dry scalp has absorbed all it will, then wash with pure soap and water. If this operation is repeated every two or three months the effect is said to he marvelous. Ladies Gown. The drooping lines that characterize so many of the fashionable designs are shown to advantage in the fancy bodice illustrated here. The round yoke is prettily set off by the use of a pointed bertha. The bodice shows a full blouse front and the sleeve is cne of the newest models in trimmed with Mexican drawn work. A flat Panama hat goes prettily with this simple little outfit. The plaited skirt is ideal for small girls, as it gives so much freedom from heavy, clinging materials. Such a skirt, when made of light serge or brillian-tinw ill keep its shape for months. Virtue in Mohair. It is curious to find the tailors using f transparent etamine, voile and natte for their more or less severe tailor-buil- t costumes. Mohair materials are so varied and brought to such softness and perfection that one is only too glad to adopt them for f traveling, as their qualiLook to Your Sleeves. The changes in the sleeves, like ties make them very useful. those of other parts of the dress, are Girls Pajamas. gradual, hut steady. The undersleeve The custom of girls wearing pajaeffect is paving the way for the long, not a new one, and those wh sloping shoulder that belonged to our mas is that style night dress have adopted To match grandmothers gowns. perthat, bodice trimmings will slip lower could notto be wear suaded on the corsage and the peculiar fallPhying off effect that we see in old gowns again. nurses and sicians, be will in before long oagueieotype3 all mothers agree vegue. This effect is already noticeable in some of the models intended that the wearing is far lor trade the trade that of pajamas and deals with the individual rather than more sensible more commuch with the class. The first token of this fortable than the oncoming style is seen in the pushing dress, which night up of the puff from the wrist toward not give propthe shoulder. Some French models does er protection sent over have, in fact, the against shoulder puff that was worn for- and cold. draughts Another ty years ago in the days of advantage in favor and berthas. of the pajamas is that it takes so Shirt Waist Novelties. At a shop given mainly to the de- little time to make velopment of the shirt waist in what them, and when is considered as its best form are made of cheviot, seen the belts, stocks and sleeve links gingham or outing, that go with the practical charmer. they require little, The absence of studs is easily ac- if any, trimming, counted for; the new shirt waist and wear so much longer than a gown. The coat is in two pieces, front and fastens with huge pearl buttons, so back, the fit being given by tne understuds are no longer necessary. arm seam. The trousers portion is in Most of the belts, whether of leather, canvas or silk, are widest at the one piece, as is the sleeve. Thus one back, rounding from there to a mere can see how easily this garment of nothing at the front, where the tongue four pieces can be put together. Cheviot, sateen, gingham, madras or harness slips through a metal buckle. outing material is suited to the mode. The favorite sleeve links are round, A Dressing for Fruit Salad. and green jude is a stylish material Beat the yolks of two eggs with for them. Real and imitation scarabs one cup of sugar until creamy. Set Braare also seen, as well as gold-se- t the saucepan over another containing corzilian bugs and the boiling water and whip steadily with al roses. Chicago American. an egg whisk while pouring in three tablespoonfuls of boiling water. Continue to beat until thick and foamy. Just before removing from the fire add the strained juice of a lemon or the juice and half the grated rind of an orange. e, dust-proo- high-clas- s tip-o- n Didnt Know She Was Home. Cau you speak English? frantically asked an American woman, rushing up to the clerk of a New York postoffice. Having spent the last year traveling about Europe, this question had been the usual preliminary to all business transactions during that time, and from custom she repeated it here. New York Tribune. hoop-skir- ts The drooping shoulder effect main- tains popularity. Gathered stocks of chiffon or with a large bow' In the back, are new and effective. Fashion lays, stress on the fuchsia colors, but the woman who lacks a faultless complexion will use them discreetly. Silk muslins with embroidered white floss silk spots make up pretty dresses, with gauged hip yoke and ma-lin- e, flounces. The Tuxedo still reigns supreme In face veils, while white .chiffon, plain or dotted, holds a prominent place among the drapery styles. The bright, lustrous finish of the maline background of many of the new veilings adds not a little to the attractiveness of the weils. The indications are that the skirt cut walking length will be universal lor street wear and that with it will fitted coat. go the three-quarte- r fine-face- d d red-blu- e y t Velvet Trimming. Chiffon velvet is a new and very beautiful trimming material, and one which will not became too common, as its price puts it beyond the reach of most purses. The material is so light in weight and so soft in texture that a half yard can easily be crushed in the palm of ones hand. It comes in all the new shades and is especially lovely in mauve and purple tones. Hows This? We offer On Hundred Dollars Reward for any ease of ratarrfi thit cannot be cured by Hall Cattarh K. J. HKXF.T & CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. Cure. We . the nnl mijmed, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable !n all business transaction and financially able to made bv their firm. carry out anv obligations Drugcists, Toledo. O. West & Tar ax. Wholesale & Kixxan Mabvix, Wholesale Waldixg, O. Toledo, Internally, acting Halls Catarrh Cure !s taken mucous surfaces of the directly upon the blood and system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. 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The vitiated air scraped his tempting to cut it for sandwiches or throat, took away from him all buoyfor thin bread and butter. - ancy and elasticity of spirit. He sang For cleaning lamp chimneys have a in a listless way he didnt begin to sponge the size of the chimney tied to do himself justice. a short stick. There is nothing handiMrs. Winslows 10 CENTS. CUES All - headaches. gas-fille- d er. Remove oil stains as follows: Make a paste with fullers earth and water, spread over the stain while wet. and brush off when quite dry. A pantry hint Glass and dish' towels should always be made of different material, and each kept for its own particular use. Simple remedy for sunburn A little lemon juice added to the water in which the face is washed will quickly remove sunburn. To prevent insect bites rub the skin with a little vinegar and water. Scented verbena-leaveare said to have the same effect. Useful to know When putting in new lamp wicks, dip them first into clean paraffin;, they will then slip in and work up more easily in the groove for them. s PAIKSANCUISH Soothing: syrup. softens the gums, reduces in.' For children teething, flammatlon, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. The United States Leads. The greatest successes in the electrical transmission of water power have been made in the United States, companies, having a total capacity of 177,300 horsepower, transmit power over a line distance of 1,549 miles, on an average twenty-similes, 0 with a voltage which ranges from to 60,000 volts. The maximum distance over which power is transmitted is from Colgate to San Francisco, 220 miles, with a loss of 25 per cent. At Colgate the body of water is small, but the fall is 1,500 feet. forty-thre- e x 10,-00- iAMIHSTEipG - ANGELTHOU: Allen's Wonderful Remedy. and Have tried ALLENS FOOT-EASfind it to be a certain cure, and gives comfort to one suffering with sore, tender and swollen feet. I will recommend ALLENS FOOT-EASto my friends, as it is certainly a wonderful remedy. Mrs. N. Foot-Eas- E ' Ice Cream. A dainty way to serve ice cream, especially at a childs party, is to pack it in small oranges. Cut the oranges in halves and carefully remove the pulp. Fill the halves with ice cream frozen very stiff, press together and lay on ice for the short time before serving. If the halves do not adhere, tie with narrow white rib-- , bons. s, FALL KIDNEY CHILLS. well-define- d nigktirgale style. The skirt is a Smart Summer Hat. five gored flare Very smart among the late summer skirt, on which is styles is a bat of thin white felt. The placed the double shape, which is very chic and jaunty, flounce sewed to is covered with stripes of the felt. At the lower edge of one side is the big black feather pomthe upper. This insures a very stylish pon from which springs a stiff white skirt, which may be embellished by aigrette. lace, as illustrated, or decorated by Misses Tucked Suit. stitching. The delicate summer fabrics are especially adapted to this Tucked effects in both waist and mode, and among the most desirable skirt are among the most notable of are dotted Swiss batiste, lawn, dimity, the seasons styles organdie ar,d mull. A charming frock and are never more of this design would be of Persian attractive than lawn trimmed with Valenciennes lace. when combined with the yokes and Holds Its Own. sleeve caps, as il'The shirtwaist isnt showing any lustrated. The suit symptoms of retiring from favor. It combines these feawill be a comfortable thing for every- tures in the entire day wear this autumn and next win- suit, although if ter. Some new styles are in lovely one prefers the wool cloth, made with yoke to waist and iblousy fronts and tautly fitted backs, skirt may be omitthe underarm seam drawn snugly ted, allowing the Into line. A pretty blouse is of dahlia-hue- tucks to extend to broadcloth and has a collarette neck and to belt of pale blue taffeta embroidered in edge. The broad shades. box plaited effect is very effective. Blue Voile Skirt and White Waist. The suit illusA pretty frock for a pretty little girl trated is made of has a skirt of navy blue voile. It is linen, although the laid in plaits,, which fall from design is suitable for all the cotton a pointed yoke. With this is worn a and linen fabrics of the season, as well shirt waist of fine white linen as the soft woolens and silks. sun-ra- open-woo- that vie with glistening sails That here and there between the line dividing sea and sky Go hobbling laz.ly enough my heart to satisfy For Im lazy, lazy, lazy. " When the breeze blows In my window 1 have dreams of meadows sweet Where the clover s ripe and ruddy and the cows have lots to eat. With them I chew the cud a while I could. I think, could you? For the reason t'tis most excellent) 1 have nothing else to do And Im lazy, lazy. lazy. When the breeez blows through my window in my minds eye 1 can see flshin with some bait Myself my knee. The scenes so very peaceful that It fills me with delight. And I rather think I would prefer to never have a bite For Im lazy, lazy, lazy. Pittsburg Dispatch. Americanisms. you tired sympathetically to stand and watch a man work hard, but it is awfully wearisome to the man you are watching. The average man will kick like a steer at the interruptions of other people while he is busy, and as soon hs his task is finished he will go immediately to visit some one else who is up to his eyes in work. It may not make H. Guilford, New Orleans, La. Time Will Tell About Chamberlain. It has been reported that the leading statesman of England will never accept a peerage, as he wishes to die Time will plain Mr. Chamberlain. tell. The views of an Englishman on the subject of titles are somewhat like those of an American politician on the presidency. Colliers Weekly. Sold Everywbere. When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper.