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........ .. "GOB PAJAMAS FOR THE BEACH? SUIT YOURSELF ABOUT BRIMS CREATING the c a modes for beach, boudoir and resort wesr, genius snd imagination are In spectacular role. Almost amusing In their eccentricities yet ever charming are many of the pajama costumes staged on fashion's program. The feminized version of sailor lad's suit as here pictured Is typical of the manner In which pajama stylists are el present playing up Ideas.' For summer and beach wear "gob" as shown here are the very latest The cuts frilly feminine blouse provokes s smile, being ss It Is o delightfully feminine. It Is made as Important a midsummer Item as the very widest of brims. Or Is It thai fsshton's followers hav-ing found out that cunning little toques snd caps snd otherwise close-Ottln- g types look Just ss chsrmlng In summertime ss tbey do In winter snd springtime are continuing their vogue from choice? At any rats, with the slogan In mind thst "the customer Is always right" fasblontsts sre cater-ing to the demand of fashionables by letting "us women" bsve onr wsy In regard to ha Is being brimmed or brim-lee- s. In consequence some of as are top-ping our frocks this summer with cun- - Charming Seagoing Picture. of white flat crepe. The tnnisera are of llghter-tban-nav- y rayon faille. No less unique are the clever over-al- l pajamas which are making a de-cided hit with novelty seekers. For these ordinary workaday overalls have proved tbe styling Inspiration. How-ever, Instead of tbe customary blue Jeans fashlonlsts employ all sorts of pretty materials, sucb as, for In- - nlng little flower toques or with the "Frenchy" little draped turbans either of tricot scarfing or crochet vlsca If not deftly molded soft-as-fe-exotic straws. Others In vanity fair are Indulging In brims as wide as wide can be, many of which are airily transparent others preferring the new and very smart linenlike straws. Still others arc stance, blue and white striped broad- "Irppntnc In tha mfrlrlla nf tha rnnH. cloth for tbe overall trousers snd bib wltb Its suspenders whlcb cross at tbe back. Wltb this a sleeveless tuck-i- n blouse of plain blue broadcloth Is worn. Another pajama outfit which has a sea-goin- g air about It, Is made of white cotton gabardine. The front opening of tbe blouse and the hip yoke of tbe pajamas are eyelet-lace- A true-to-typ- e gob- - bal tops this cos-tume. Tuck-I- n blouses have become of In-creasing Important now that belted pajamas are the mode. An Interest-ing item In connection with the new wearing brims not too narrow or not too wide, wblcb are Individualized by all sorts of novel manipulation. Tbe modes pictured are a fifty-fift-proposition three being wide of brim, three defining the brlmless mode A blg-brl- bat like tbe one shown first In tbe group, Is a likeable possession always "sets off a sum-mery sheer dress to perfection. Looks well, too, wltb and smart pique or gingham frock's. This one Is a large batr-shap- embroidered wltb black chenille.. An applique of cutout felt cherries and foliage In realistic colors ea-- ' ?' y'l1 A V L Brims and No Brims. sun-ta- fad Is, that In some Instances pajamas are tuned to tanning In that tbe trousers are slashed from ankle to knee, so that tbe stocklogless legs may be exposed to tbe rays of the: sun. From brlmless to wide, wider, wid-est of brims thus hats register ex-tremes this season. It Is perfectly natural to suppose, for we have ever bad the tradition banded down to us from generation to generation that springtime Is tbe season for little close-fittin- g hats and that wltb the arrival of summer comes tbe call for large picturesque shapes to take their place. However here Is where "fickle" fashion does the usual "un-expected" makes the very tiny hats nances the natural colored straw to tbe right. The charming thing about the huge brim In the center Is that tt Is lined wltb tinted aliover lace of thinnest cobweb mesh. One of the fashionable bakou straws Is shown to the left In the row of little hats. It Is In that new and popular shade chartreuse. Tbe mon ture of grapes are In chartreuse and black. Tbe still toque la represented by tbe model In the tiny oval. Last but not least Is a flower toque or cap. These are lovely with summer clilf-fous- . JCLIA BOTTOM LEY. & 111. Waatern Ntwapapar Union. ylTTlTT o IfTrO o " ' saw V " A Typical Albanian. ,. (Prepared fer th National '7oraph!o Soelatr. Waahlnston, D. C.) newest king Is EUROPE'S palace In one of newest capitals. The king Is Zog I (formerly Zogu) of Albania, who stepped to his throne from the President's chair lat.t Sep-tember; and his million-dolla- r pa luce Is rising In Tirana which became the seat of government after the World war, when It was decided that the for-mer capital, Durazzo, on the const was too exposed. Until this move was made Tirana was ss little known as the rest of Al-bania Is today. Boat loads of tourists drifted down the Albanian coast, stop-ping now and then at some picturesque Island, or at a coastal village. At Durazzo, t" ey took one glance at the Impassable roads to the Interior and another glance at the sprlngless and donkeys which were then the only Albanian taxis. Then most of them decided to see Tirana when conditions were Improved. The capital bas changed, however, razzo, the country's principal port Un-til the outbreak of the World wi r th only well-pave- d highway In the coun-try linked these two cities. The visitor to Tirana can acq lire as souvenirs specimens of locally-nud- e brass work, distinctive and beautiful embroideries, done by the Tirana wom-en and sold by them in the market places, snd whether a smoker or nut, he will wish to take along one of the oddly snd Intricately carved pipes. The city covers a larger area than Its 0 or so Inhabitants would seem to need, Judged by our standards. Yet one would have a difficult time con-vincing a Tlranlan, with his cottage and garden, that a more vertical mode of living, In crowded apartments, would be more civilized. Once one strolls beyond the bounds of Tirana, however, he will encounter mud houses, and the "simple life" to an extreme degree. An Albanian family Is sufficient unto Itself. Except for the trading In a few cities In Scutari, Korytza and Argyro-castr-besides those already men- - tloned there Is no semblance of sn economic system. A woman In a country district works hard, but she Is not mere drudge. She makes bread of maize and cooks it over an open hearth fire. The remain-ing wood ashes she uses In place of soap. She weaves woolen cloth and plaits black braid for the garments she makes of it Before the Christian era, the ances-tors of the present Albanians occupied practically the whole of the peninsula north of Greece, to the Danube. They are, In fact the remnants of the oldest race In eastern Europe. The conquest and policing of tbe region by Rome , alnce President Zogu established gov ernment headquarters there in 1025. Bus service on the new road from Tirana to Durazzo brings Increasing numbers of travelers and the once quiet little Moslem city is making splendid progress. The mosque, domes and minarets that once dominated the city's sky line .. are being encroached upon by modern government buildings and legations of foreign governments who recognize Al-banian sovereignty. Hotels are also poking their upper stories above the , red roofs of old Tirana's mud-waile- d structures, and new avenues, parks and public gardens have been laid out for tbe enjoyment of the city's inhabl- - did not displace these early Inhabi-tants ; but when the Slavs burst south-ward Into the peninsula In the Sev-enth century A. D., only those who lived In or fled to Albania kept their blood and customs unaltered by the newcomers. Their History Ons of Struggles. It has been the fate of the Albanians to struggle constantly against some powerful neighbor. First It was Im-perial Rome, next the Slavs, then Tur key. When Turkish power waned, Al-bania found Austria coveting her lands. Just before the World war, Austria had succeeded In placing a Germanic prince on the throne of the newly cre-ated Albanian state; but this arrange-ment did not Inst long. Since the World war Albania has found herself between two forces. On the east and north Yugo-Slavl- a has advanced her frontiers to Albania, and eyes her ter-ritory with Interest ; on the west Italy, separated only by the narrowest part of the Adriatic, has shown a desire to control Albania. The eastern frontier of Albania, where, Italy has charged, the Yugo-slavs have been making preparations of a supposedly military character. Is much less Isolated today than before the World war. Then the region had Just been liberated from Turkey and bad been little developed. Monastlr, second among the cities of Turkish Macedonia, bad rail connections only southeastward to Salonlkl, the metrop-olis. Now a tine also extends north-ward connecting with the trunk rail-way Into old Serbia. The region about the two large lakes Ohrlda and Presba, midway of the present Albanlan-Yugo-SIa- v line, was also isolated. Now a new rail-way from Uskub and the heart of Yugo-Slav- beyond reaches down to the city of Ohrlda on the lake. This lake country of the Yugo-SIavla- n borderland has both geographic and historic Inter-est Tbe claim has been put forth for Ohrlda that It is "the clearest luke In the world." Fish may be plainly seen swimming about at a depth of 60 feet or more. Dense chestnut forests cov-er the slopes of the hills surrounding the lake. touts and guests. Market Place of Tirana. ' Tbe Tirana market place Is one of . the few spots in the city that has not been disturbed by the newcomers and there, among tbe vegetables and fruits piled on the cobbles, roam folk of the surrounding mountains and valleys, ap-parently unmoved by the changes tak-ing place In their capital Both the Ghegs of the north and the Tosks of the south crowd the aisles. Mingling with the lively throngs, one sees a bewhlskered Moslem holy man whose somber robes sharply contrast with the flaming colors of the natives' garments. The Ghegs, three fourths of whom are Moslems, can be singled out s from the rest of the crowd by their gray half-siz- e fezzes which resemble the aluminum lids which keep pancakes warm on American restaurant tables. They also wear loose-fittin- sleeveless, !uttonies Jackets, tight-fittin- g trousers and homemade sandals of The Tosks are less conservative than their northern compatriots. They like ornamentation, and their costumes are colorful. There may be enough silver and gold In their regalia to pay a first-clas- s passage from Durazzo to New York. The Albanians are a rugged, primi-tive mountain people who, it has been said, "occasionally d' from ordinary disease, but more often from differ-- ences of opinion." They are classed along with the French, Portuguese and Walloons ss members of the Greco-Lati- n branch of the Aryan race. Their mountain life bas fostered a passion ate love of independence and they cling to their language and their customs with a vigorous tenacity, even when groups are transplanted to other lands. The name of tbe Albanians, meaning "people of the snow-land,- " has been fastened upon them by their neigh-bors; they call themselves "Sklpetarl," or mountaineers. One Important tribe, the Catholic MIrdltes, bitterly oppose the settlement of any Mohammedans In their vicinity. What Visitors Buy and Set. Tirana Is In the west central part of Albania, 20 miles Inland from Du- - Ote KITCHEN E CABINET (3. IMS, Weetera Newspaper UbMml) My lire shall touch sedoien Htm before this day Is done-Le- ave countless mark! for food or 111 e'er iota this evenlng'a sua. Shall fair or foul ita Imprint prove, oa Uioaa my lift abatl halir Bball benlson my Impress be, or hall blight prevail. Strickland OillUaa. ORISSINQS FOR SALADS During- - hot weather frozen salads and frozen dressing for well chilled salads make a strong appeal. There Is no limit to tbs way this Idea may be developed. A tart lemon sherbet with a table-BDOonf-ul or two of peanut butter added makes a de-licious dressing for a banana or a shredded cabbage sulad. With the salad well chilled and the dressing placed on it Just at the time of serving, the result will be satis, factory. The flavors are better blended If the saUtd Is moistened with s little mayonnaise or cream dress-ing and topped with the Icy one. Frozen Tomato Dressing. Place one quart of tomatoes (canned will answer) In a pan with a pint ot wa-ter, one stalk of celery chopied, one green or red sweet pepper sliced, a slice of onion, half a bay leaf, a few cloves and a few sprigs of parsley Simmer for about thirty minutes, then pass through a sieve. To this tomato Juice add four tablespoonfuls of lem- - on Juice, one cupful of water, two tablespoonfuls of sugar and one of salt freeze as any sher-bet It should be soft snd mnn!iy, not too firm. When nearly finished stir In a cupful of finely chopped cel-ery or grated apple, or an equal quantity of crushed pineapple drained from its Juice. Serve with califlower or cabbage, or cheese and macaroni salad. Frozen Raspberry Draaalnj. To one and one-hal- f cupfuls of raspber-ry Juice sdd one-ha- lf cupful of wa-ter, the Juice of a lemon and h cupful of sugar. Freeze as usu-al and when partly frozen add a pint of whipped cream lightly sweetened with powdered sugar. Freeze to a mush, then pack down In Ice and salt and let stand two hours. Serve over cubed melon and bananas, or over any fruit salad. Frozen Cream Mayonnalta. Fold one cupful of mayonnaise flavored with lemon Juice into a cupful of whipped cream sweetened with one tablespoonful of powdered sugar, Pour Into a mold, seal and nack In Ice and salt and let set an hour be-fore using. 8alsds for Summar. Summer for the housemother In many homes means Just more work and worry. Try to make this sum-mer one long va-cation, with tbe children home from school, with planning each to do his share, the mother, too, may may have some of the Joy of the good old summertime. Salads, sandwiches, cold drinks may take the place of hearty meals during the warm weather, with the family feeling better for the simple foods. Today every boy and girl Is called npon occasionally to prepare a dlsb for supper on Sunday night or camp-ing trips and they, If well practiced at home, are happy to share In such en-tertainment To be able to mix a tasty salad, or prepare a rarebit well Is an accom-plishment of wblcb to be proud. Ev-erybody likes a fruit salad and they are simplest of all to prepare. 8imple Fruit Salad, Use a combi-nation of pineapple, firm, good fla-vored apple, a bit of fresh or canned pear, a half dozen or more of minced warshmallows, cover with whipped cream to which a tablespoonful of any good mayonnaise dressing bas been added in the proportion of one table-spoonful to a cupful of the whipped cream. Serve all well chilled. ? Mixed Fruit Salad. Take one-hal- f cupful each of chopped pineapple, nutmeats, orange and grapefruit pulp, halved maraschino cherries, with one and one-hal- f cupfuls of sliced bananas. Tbe banana when well ripened Is a deep yellow flecked with brown and no sign of green at tbe tips. Do not be afraid to buy bananas that are quite brown. If firm, for they are best when very ripe. Nuts and bananas supply carbohydrates and proteins, pineapple bas a digestive element ap-ples have always been known to keep tbe doctor away, so with this combi-nation one may be sure to have a healthful dish. Serve with the follow-ing dressing: Take two egg yolks, one-ha-lf cupful of sugar, one-hal- f tea8poonfut of mustard, two ls each of butter, lemon Juice, vinegar, one of olive oil, one teaspoon-fu- l of salt one-fourt-h teaspoon ful of paprika and three-fourt- of a cupful of whipped cream. Cook egg yolks, beaten wltb sugar, butter and other Ingredients over water, stirring con-stantly. Cool, add the cream and pour over the salad. Grass-Hoo- k Might Help - to Mead Broken Heart Germahy paid the AUIea e blllloo end half marks In reparations last year," aald Representative Homer Hocn, of Kansas. "That's a lot of money, tfa money that Germany can 111 spare, but the only sympathy that goes oat to her In her bard luck Is iike the feed man's. ... "A feed man went to a neighbor's borne one morning, knocked, snd said: "Is Jake tar " 'Goodness, not said Mrs. Jake. Haven't you beard Poor Jake passed out this morning at balf past three.' "'Well, well, well! That snre Is bad news. Why, 1 dldnt even know old Jake was sick.' ' " It waa rery sudden. Very sud-den, Indeed.' "'Dear met I can hardly bear It Tm heartbroken, to tell you the truth. By the way, did Jake say anything about that grass book he borrowed from me, before he died?'" Detroit Free Press. . a amm mm : ; T?Ll MakesDe Sweeter Next time a coated tongue, fetid breeth, or acrid skin gives evidence of sour stomach try Phillips Milk of Magnesia I v Get acquainted with this perfect an that helps the system keep sound and sweet That every stomach . needs at times. Take it whenever a hearty meal brings any discomfort Phillips Milk of Magnesia has won medical endorsement And convinced millions of men and women tbey didn't have "Indigestion." Don't diet and don't suffer; Just remember Phillips. Pleasant to take, and always effective. The name Phillips is important; It Identifies the genuine product "Milk of Magnesia" has been the U. S. regis-tered trade mark of the Charles B. Phillips Chemical Co, and Its pre-decessor Charles H. Phillips since 187& PHILLIPS Milk of Magnesia For Barbed Wire Cuts Harford's Balsam of Myrrh . VMrhMBteSnlaatUaKartiaUad. ASdaatan. f Choose a Profitable Vocation X Laara tha Baaatr Ooltnra Oouraa (trail br a Z iA aiaa that baa tangbt Wi atrtaota bow to i eanBiO MONaV. Vatalof aantaaiaqaeati A T UTAH HIOH SCHOOL T OF BEAUTY CULTURB ? J as 1 OUft Bid. - Salt Lake City X Hutch With Meat Box, Har rack, grain, ve-lar diah, complete, materlala TSo. All (ed to 100 hutchea In 10 min.. 1 hour claana them. Our rabblta healthy, profitable. Btampa for particular. Oneida Lake rarma, Jewell. N.I. 'BUB There are three trying periods In a woman's life: when the girl matures to womanhood, when a woman gives birth to her first chad, when a woman reaches middle age. At these times Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound helps to re-store normal health and vigor. W. N. U, 8alt Lake City, No. 29. . ICills Flies' Mi and Mosquitoes A e summer and mosqulto-fre- e I Gth rilghtal Spray Flit with, doors and win L rfr9 r dows closed. In a few moments all V rjfeaainmj lnitcti die. Quick, safe, aure. Alo kllla ISSE"'''! roaches, bed bugs and ants. For beat Ny L J 1 reau'.ti uae the Flit aprayer. Guaranteed iJLf I to kill insects or money back. " ' leTdLeej Bmae,,,. Hecate- - J v In Daily Use over'alt the world iVO "HfStf ltr- - Thousands of women have come iflt f(Ml!r Kgard Cnticnm as the true natural I Yw&jrV J II id to a lorely skin and attractive hands I .TIi. Vwhtly VAiU- - I and hair. Regular daily use ofCuticura I Tll ' $UW J Soap, misted by Cuticura Ointment I Vt ' aUwt'iTfW I when required, purifies and beautifies V-- VV Vfttalw- - - tnk Ae l"n, cleanses the scalp snd keeps TXVi$i''ir me hair live and glossy. j VVl iVr Soap 25c Oiatirwot 25c and 50c Taknm2Jc. Jt 'iieV"' Jr Sample each free. j 4iWr.j."Cudcura.-Dc- p. B6, Maiden, Maaa. j wTX! ESSJ CiUtan Shaving Stick aOe. I "The TRUTH About the MOVIES"! ! BY THE STARS . i containing signed article of achrice by auch (Treat artiata aa JOHN CltBERT, CTA.RA BOW, ' DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, LAURA PLANTE. RICHARD D1X. MARY PICKFOKD. RUFKKT lJ 'a-- HUGHES. COLLEEN MOORE, MILTON SILLS. COKKINNE GRIFFITH, TOM MIX and nftrothers. T he Talking fictures Are Making New Sura.'Mf yon feeHhat oa havetheabiliir c ana are interested in the art of acting or scenario writing don't (ail to set thia book. naeaeS 1.S WHS. I. VtBDOW. Publlaher SI421-42- AVENUE. ElMHURST, NEW YORK CITY ! "Vaccine" Said to End ' Poison Ivy Suffering The affliction from poison Ivy Is now treated In the same way that bay fever Is combated that Is, by inject-ing Into the sufferer minute quantities of extract of the very poison which causes the distress. This bas been found effective both ss a preventive measure snd as a method of treat-ment. Ao Injection of the poison Ivy antigen, which Is an extract made up of poison Ivy leaves, acts In the same manner as a vaccine. It usuully re-quires about three Injections Into mus-cular tissue for the cure of a case. Within 24 hours after the Injection the It chin ceases and the Irritation begins to disappear. This treatment Immunizes the patient against an at-tack of poison ivy for about two months. However, the patient Is again susceptible the following season. It also is poss.ble before the season be-gins to give one Injection of poison ivy antigen and thus afford immunity from the affection for three or four months. Washington Star. Words That Cat Lady Rhinestone It sems to me that some women are Jut t crazy for cut glass. - Mrs. Van Cutter Oh, yes: some women wear a lot of It, wy dear. New Bedford Standard. The Upward Path "Every time I kiss you It makes me a better man." "And you're trying to get to heaven In one night" Must Have Brains He They say fish Is good brain food. y She Tea, but It's useless to eat It If yon have no brain to feed. Value of Reaiatanca No doubt a 'world In which mutter never got out of place and became dirt In which Iron bad no flaws and wood no cracks, In which gardens had no weeds and food grew ready cooked. In which clothes never wore out and washing was as easy as advertise-ments describe it In which the right word was not bard to find and rules bad no exceptions, and things never went wrong, would be a much easier place to live In. But for purposes of training and development It would be worth nothing at all. It Is the re-sistance that puts us on our mettle; it Is the conquest of the reluctant stuff that educates the worker. I wish yon enougb difficulties to keep you and make you strong and skillful. Henry Van Dyke. Sometimes Wort "Willie, I'm going Into the subdi-vision business." "Is It ss bad as long division, dad?" - The Abyssinian dassle, an animal the size of a rabbit la believed to be a distant relative of the ancestors of the rhinoceros. Numbered Jurymen Nest ' Europe Is watching with great In-terest the result of the plan of Presi-dent Cosgrave of the executive council of tbe Irish Free State to circumvent the Intimidation of Jurors and wit-nesses. A bill Introduced In the dall by him provides for the secrecy of Jury panels. Identification of Jurors by numbers Instead of names and secret bearings of all cases where the police superintendent testifies that It Is nec-essary for the safety of Jurors and witnesses. On Cauie of Headaches 0'Sonks When you stay out late at night do you have a headache when you get home? Henpeck Well, It all depends I do If my wife Is awake. New Bedford Standard. In the Rou(h "These links are terrible, caddy." "This ain't the links, sir. You got off them a long time ago." Associ-ated Magazine. In Time Yea "What a nice watch very expen-sive, though." "But It will pay for It-self In time, you know." Recognition Is not success. be correct lta decolletage should round, point or be Irregular as the hemline. Daytime frocks copy this re latlonsblp. New Relatione Necklines are treuted now In rela tlon wltb hemlines. The evening gown of longer backllne Invariably is cut lower In the back than tha trout To Tribute to Lot Love Is the crowning grace of the holiest right of the soul, tbe golden link whlcb binds us to duty and truth, the redeeming prin-ciple that chiefly reconciles the heart to life, and Is prophetic of eternal good. I'etrarch. , Checked Coats Everything Is checked this season and especially smart are checked fabrics that reproduce the character Istlc design of gingham. Among these are to be found tweeds In red and white, green and white or brown and white checks. Construction of Pyramids The pyramids of Egypt are solid Structures, usually of stone. The true ' pyramids date from the period be-tween the Fourth and Twelfth dyuus ties. Tbe outer casing of the pyra-mids Is usually composed of massive blocks of fine' stone; the Interior varies wltb the period. In the oldest structures the Interior Is of rough hewn blocks luld with a little mortar. In later times tbey were formed of brick and rubble. Humorist Won Fame David Ross Locke (Petroleum V. Nasby) was ao American bumorlst and satirist who was born In 1S13 snd died In 1888. lie began bis "Nasby" tetters in the Flndlay Jeffereonlan In 1800 and continued them throughout the Civil war. They eierclsed much influence In molding popular opinion, upholding as they did the policy of the Lincoln administration. In later years tbe satire of the letters was aimed at Tresldent Johnson. The Little Jacket A whole fiishlou chupter might be written ou the subject ot the little Jacket It Is so absolutely a part or the summer ensemble, which to be really smart one should have at least half a dozen. They are made on the lines of a cardigan. It's a Toasup "A persistently silent mini," said III Flo. the siige of Chinatown, "gets an even chance In popular estimation, ns to whether he Is very wise or very dumb." Washington Star.