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walks with a forward stoop accentu
he fell a considerable distance upon
ates all these faults and lays herself
some soft earth. Of course, he has
open to various diseases as well. Be-
had many more or less serious disas
cause, if you slouch forward, you com
ters to his airships, and only last
press the lungs, and prevent proper ex
year he had a particularly narrow es
pansions of the chest. Consequently
cape. Shortly after landing at Ech-
the lungs are insufficiently supplied
terdingen there were such large
with fresh air, and the body does not
creeds to welcome him that, to avoid
•Tve never known a woman yet who
get enough oxygen for the require’
A Pennsylvanian has patented a wa an ovation, he retired to a cabin on wished she was 40.” “I have—she was
ments of health.
terproof cover for women’s hats, so the airship and fell asleep. By some 50.”—^Boston Transcript.
compact that it may be folded and car lucky chance he did not sleep for long,
Save* Trying; on Hats.
coming within two strokes of the pro
Stella—-Did he say he loved you In.
Carrots for Complexion.
ried in the pocket.
Whether the millinery device de fessional record. Miss Leitch is looked
for only a few’ minutes after he so fiiany words? Bella—Yes, seven
signed by a New York man will be upon as by far the best of all women
A vein of lead and zinc ore has been awoke the airship was in flames, and teen pages.—New York Sun.
as popular as it is ingenious remains players. She is planning to visit this the complexion, and here is a good discovered on the ground of the School had he remained asleep his fate would
way to prepare them: Wash, scrape
“Is she making him a good wife?”
to be seen. Ac country next summer.
off the skin, cut into dice and leave in of Mines at Platteville, Wis., and will have been almost certain. It is said, “Well, not exactly; but she’s making
cording to the pre
cold water for half an hour. Put in
him a good husband.”—London An
vailing opinion of
A Womanly Woman.
The danger in packing meat extracts once in such despair of ever achieving swers.
the inner compartment of a double
a woman’s depart
She stayed at home.
boiler with no water upon them except
Bluff—I look upon you, sir, as a ras
ment in a millin
You don’t hear of her.
that which clings to them after wash the fact that the absorption of the tin blowing his brains out.
cal. Biff—Ydu are privileged to look
ery store, it does
She was too busy to talk.
ing. Cover closely and cook tender.
upon me in any character you desire
not seem likely.
NEW KIND OF SWINDLE.
She was too well bred to brag.
An hour should be long enough for
Artificial slates are made by coating
The device con
She didn’t say she disliked hotels. this. Turn into a deep dish, pepper paper with a mixture of copal varnish,
sists of a large
He—You don’t know how nervous
She murmured not when Mrs. Rich and salt and cover with a good white turpentine, blotting sand, powdered Paris Gang Organized Automobile
Accidents for Eight Years,
card with an open drove off.
I was when I proposed to you. She—
Two splendid automobiles, some por And you don’t know how nervous I
ing large, enough
She didn’t declare resort life too combination is delicious.
New York has nearly 5,000,000 acres celain vases and a forged title of no was until you did so.
to admit a wom vapid.
of meadow land, upon which more bility were the stock in trade 'of a
an’s head. Above
She was making school dresses for
Mrs. Church—You say ¿he was a war
6,000,000 tons of hay are raised cleverly organized band of swindlers, correspondent, once? Mrs. Gotham—
this opening is painted a hat of some wear later.
each year. Concrete safes, molded in
particular design, while below is a, She was taking her children for day
Yes, she was secretary of a woman’s
a single piece, with steel doors, are have made an excellent living out of club.—Yonkers statesman.
design to represent a bust portion of excursions into the open plaices.
a woman’s waist. The idea is to have
She has explained all she can of
“Who gave the bride away?” “Her
London Telegraph. Their method was
damp and fireproof.
a millinery supplied with a painted the flowers, trees and insect life.
little brother. He stood up right in
reproduction of every hat in stock.
She studies some good nature books
The Atchison Railroad is about to
the middle of the ceremony and yell
When customers come in they look the along with the children before their
experiment at Great Bend, Kan., with six. associates, the eldest of whom as ed, ‘Hurrah, Fanny, you’ve got him at
hats over, on their stands, and when excursions.
and are very high. Tabs and cocobolo and Japanese oak as material beauty completed the membership,. last!’”—Tit Bits.
She has superintended her children’s around
they see styles they would like to
for sleepers. The wood is so hard that
points have disappeared.
“But you spent enough money on
■ try on stand in front of a mirror and games and their gardening efforts, in
it is almost impossible to drive spikes She passed off as a theatrical artiste
before we were married,” protested
put their heads in the card bearing
into it, and screw spikes in bored
And she’s the “salt of the earth,” colors with a good amount of white holes will be used. It is expected that pseudo-count obtained various appoint his wife. “True, my dear,” replied her
the design of those particular .pieces
of headgear. This plan saves a great this woman who is above aping those in the weave will be suitable for one- the sleepers will last from 25 to 30 ments as an accident insurance agent husband. “I had it to spend then.”—
Chicago Daily News.
deal of wear and tear on hats and with more money, and who rejoices piece dresses.
years. They cost a trifle more .than and had his automobiles regularly in
Black chantilly shawls come In as American oak delivered in California. sured in different companies against
Mrs. Sauers—I don’t consider mar
saves the customer a great deal of in a fine mind and body, which she
time, but whether It will be appre puts to the best possible use.—Phil an excellent drapery over silk gpwns. The reason for experimenting with accident. The other members of the riage a lottery. Do you? Mr. Sauers
It is not necessary to cut the Shawl, them is that native oak is becoming gang acted either a chauffeurs or own —No! If a man draws a blank in a
ciated by the fair sex * is a matter of adelphia Record.
though it is draped and held in place
scarce, and it is deemed wise to look ers of the cars, with new names and lottery he can tear it up and take an
with rosettes of soft satin.
To Remove Tan.
addresses on each occasion. The por other chance.—Puck.
in time for a substitute.
Health and Beauty Hint«.
One of the most celebrated recipes
The latest whim of the’ Parisian is
celain vases, worth only very little, i Visitor—Can you read the ^past?
Mr. Robert W. Yerkes raises the were certified to have been purchased
A flannel bag or hot alt is very for removing tan is the following carrying the evening gloves in the
Fortune Teller—Certainly; that’s my
useful a*nd comforting, not only for English recipe: Best English mustard, hand instead of wearing them. Rings question whether kittens are born with for 5,000 france.
business. “Then I wish you’d tell me
■rheumatism, but for any muscular one tablespoonful; oil of sweet al- have grown to such large size and are a propensity to eat mice. Three Manx
When money was needed at the end what it was my wife told me to get
kittens kept in a cage for six weeks of each month the two automobiles for her.”-—Boston Globe.
Peroxide, the application of which HIGH CROWNS AND A FEATHER FEATURES OF NEWEST HATS. with a mouse, which was introduced were simply brought into collision In
“What is your idea of happiness?”
when they were five months old, made
sometimes prevents the growth of su
any public thoroughfare, and the one
no attempt to injure it, although they occupied by the artiste invariably con “To be able to spend my own money
perfluous hair, is apt to have an in
just as if I were going to turn in an
were hungry, until the mother cat was
jurious effect upon the skin by over-
expense account when I got home.”
Introduced and showed how mice
which was smashed in the shock. Po —Chicago Record-Herald.
To alleviate the effects of a blow
licemen only too willingly took note
She offered an explanation of her
have noted the Indisposition of kittens
little ones often receive at play the
to attack mice, but the question wheth of the damage done, and the compa tearful mood. “I’ve been to a wed
old-fashioned remedy of a little butter
nies usually paid out the sum of $1,- ding,” she said. “I always cry more
er mouse-killing is instinctive or edu
or olive oil rubbed on immediately is
claimed. To avoid suspicion being at a wedding than I do at a funeral.
cational with them can hardly be said
•excellent. It should be removed every
. excited by the too frequent demoli It’s so much more uncertain.”
to have been settled.
ihalf hour for an hour or two.
tion of porcelain vases, other objects of
Patience—-She says she married him
San Benito County, California, has art were sometimes carried in the cars,
As a knock hard enough to bruise
reform hjm. Beatrice—And he says
the eye may cause serious trouble, one
with a similarly high, but /fictitious,
should be careful when walking in the
admission to the circle of the precious purchase price. A mere accident re he was a fool when he married her.
dark in unaccustomed spots to protect
stones—“benitoite.” It is a sapphire vealed the whole secret of the gang. “Well, she says she hasn’t reformed
the face and chest by raising the arm
color, hard and remarkably brilliant The pseudo-count happened to have a him a bit.”—Yonkers Statesman.
He—I wonder if we can get along
about to the level of the nose and keep
Chemists say it is a “silico-titanate of quarrel with a tram-conductor over a
ing it bent in front of you.
baryum.” It is found in rock pockets trifle, and both were taken to the po all right.. She—Certainly. We can
and in geodes associated with natrolite lice station. The insolent behavior of buy the auto with the money father
Lemon being an astringent, it is par
and a htherto unknown black mineral the sham count when parading his -ti left me and you will* surely make
ticularly good -if the pores of the skin
called carlosite. During 1907 benitoite tle and showing his card aroused the enough to pay for running it, don’t you
are enlarged. It is excellent to rub on
the yellow line on the neck where the
made its first entry into the report of suspicion of the police officer, who think?
collar ends. Be careful not to use
the Geological Survey on the precious then and there ordered him to be
Leading Tragic Man—Did you see
lemon juice too continuously, as it
stones of the United States. The value searched, and found him in possession how I paralyzed the audience in the
sometimes hurts delicate skin.
of the uncut stones found in that year of accident Insurance policies with death scene? They were crying all
was $1,500. In the same year Arkan nearly, every company operating in over the house! Stage Manager—Yes,
The habit of grimacing overexer
sas produced $2,800 worth of dia Paris.
cises the mouth and draws unpleasant
they knew you weren’t really dead.—
lines about it. The woman whose fam
monds. The leading precious stone in
Why one person should have such Tit-Bits.
ily tells her of this defect should count
America in value of production is •contracts with a hundred different
A—I used a word in speaking to
herself fortunate, and endeavor con
tourmalin, of which $84,120 worth was companies seemed strange and the my wife which offended her sorely a
tinually to check these mannerisms
put upon the market in 1907. But it pseudo-count could give no plausible week ago. She has not spoken a syl
■which threaten to disfigure her.
weighed a ton.
explanation, with the result that he lable to me since. B—Would you
It Is foolish to put drops in the eyes
was kept in custody and further in mind telling me what it was?—Fleig-
to give them an added luster, as this
ZEPPELIN’S LIFE STORY.
quiries caused the arrest of the en en.de Blaetter.
will, in the course of time, if it is
“Is there any difference in the mean-a
gang, including the boulevard
Vor Many Years Regarded as a Mad
kept up, almost entirely ruin the eye
beauty, whose apartments w6re stock ing of the words ‘nautical’ and ‘ma
sight. If the eyes feel heavy and tired
There are hats and hats. This fall’s newest style hats are turned up
Of all the men now engaged in the ed with cheap works ofrnrt, for which rine’?” asked Mr. Malaprop. “Not
bathe them with weak salt water,
and turned down, trimmed heavily and trimmed very simply—but the crown
she held certificates of purchase much,” replied Mrs. Malaprop. “One is
■either hot or cold. This can do no
must be high, and it must have a feather on it somewhere. Above are some ¿tudy of aviation none has had a more representing
them as worth from £500 a cinnamon of the other.”—-Chicago
harm and will relieve the strained sen-
of the styles. '
two automobiles have Record-Herald.
lin, whose recent flight of nearly a
also been confiscated and the amount
“Am I the first girl you ever loved?”
A home-made specific for tan and I monds, one tablespoonful, and lemon so numerous that the wearing of
records. Until success came, his hard of the sums which the gang is known “Your question pains me:” “Forgive
•sunburn consists .of paste made from I juice to make a thick paste.
gloves becomes a question and the ships were almost unbelievable, and he to have obtained from different accl< me.”
“Yes; I had flattered myself
magnesia and lemon juice. Apply to
Mix and spread in a thin plaster result is their banishment.
was nothing amateurish
the neck and arms by means of a over the face, keeping it well away
Chiffon bishop sleeves have a por
about my love-making.”—Louisville
linen bandage or directly to the skin, from the eyes and leaving it on the tion of the uppers made of dress ma rying out his experiments. His first
Colonial Treasures Shown.
covering it with a cheesecloth. Allow skin until it smarts. In a few days terial. The noticeable puff and fluting Interest in aerial flight probably dates
and Revolutionary relic*,
Mrs. Peachblow—Why does your
the bandage to remain on for several the scarf skin will become loosened at the hand have a tendency to make
he made an ascent in a captive balloon which have been treasured by south husband carry such a tremendous
minutes, then wash off in tepid water and will gradually rub off,, carrying the hand appear much smaller.
to watch the operations, says the Bos shore families for generations form a amount of life insurance when he’s in
which has a dash of witch hazel in it. the tan and freckles with it.
part of a loan exhibition which was
Picturesquely reminiscent of the
.Apply twice a day if necessary.
Vichy water,- applied night and middle ages are the popular casquines, ton Transcript. After this, he return opened in Loring Hill, Hingham, such perfect health? Mrs. Flicker—
Oh, just to tantalize me. Men are nat
morning, is also effective in removing made of corded silk, with short sleeves
German war, and is said tp have been Thursday, the Boston Transcript says. urally cruel.—Life.
To' Malte Sleep Come.
tan and freckles.
and somewhat elaborate with jetting. the first German soldier who crossed There are the tankards presented to
“Jack sent me a handsome mirror
• If you cannot get asleep try a
The skirts worn with jackets of this the frontier into France. When peace ; Samuel Adams as a wedding gift on
my birthday.” “Oh, that accounts
-sponge bath made thus: Into eight
kind are rather full.
was restored, he determined to -give j the completion of the Old North for it.” “Accounts for what?” “Yes
Ounces of alcohol put two of ammonia
The skirt for street wear is notice his whole life to aeronautics, and in a
and two of camphor. Shake thorough
terday he asked me if a woman ever
ably long, and the skirt of sheer gar comparatively short time he had spent knife brought from Leyden; silver got too old to be pleased with a look
ly, and when- well mixed add four
candlesticks from John Hancock’s
ounces of sea salt and enough hot
£30,000 in what appeared to be almost
ing glass.”—Boston Transcript
fast bringing in dresses that must be fruitless effort. At one time he was mansion; some beautiful bits of luster
water to fill a quart bottle. To apply
“No, Mr. Sparks, I can never marry
slightly lifted at the hem in order that so poor through his devotion to his ware, odd pitchers, Washington plates,
it, adds the Family Doctor, pour a
a folding fork used by a revolutionary you. You have no consideration for
little of the liquid in a shallow dish,
work that he had to live in a little soldier; samplers, silhouettes, a fif the feelings of my mother.”
style made its appearance when Paris
"moisten the whole body a little at a
on an allowance made to him teenth century altar cloth showing the what makes you think that?” “You
time by dipping a small' sponge in it.
nine dress lovers were delighted with by his friends. But his invincible same design that is seen in Da Vinci’s hung your hat over the keyhole be
Rub on only, a very little, then finish
the long, billowy white dress and blue pluck brought success at last, and one “Last Supper;” fans, embroideries, fore you started j,o propose to me.”—
with a vigorous rubbing with, a coarse
of the first to recognize his genius was' miniatures and numberless other arti Cleveland Leader.
crash towel. Get into bed,'and we’ll
the kaiser himself.
cles of great value and beauty. There
Undertaker—You will, of course,
insure the quick arrival of “nature’s
Broke. Pie-Making* Record.
Although he is considerably over 70, Is a particularly fascinating collection ride in the first coach with your
•quick restorer, balmy sleep.”
Mrs. Wyman, aged .70, of Pittsfiek Cotint Zeppelin is still as active as of books. Among them is a manu mother-in-law? Widower—Is that ab
Mass;, recently broke all records in most men only half his age. A Ger script copy of the poems of Ovid, made solutely necessary? Undertaker—Oh,
her piemaking career. She made sev man newspaper has described him as in 1470, by Alberto Savonarola, a
Put a cupful of soft soap and two
enty-two pies of nine different varie follows: “He stands tall and upright; brother of the famous reformer. This; yes, certainly; it is the correct thing.
tablespoonfuls of borax into a tub of
ties, as follows:/ Custard, apple, cocoa- he has an agile body capable of unusu is owned by the Rev. G. F. Weld. An Widower—Then all I can Say is that
lukewarm water. When this has had
nut, prune, raisin, squash, chocolate, al exertion, a constitution sturdy other, printed in 1643, “A Christian my whole day’s enjoyment is spoilt!
English Clergyman—And when you
time to entirely dissolve put in your
blueberry and lemon. Mrs. Wyman through much exercise and simple Plea for Infants Baptisme,” is loaned
blankets and let them stand for half
did the work alone and had it finished habits, and an immense power of men by George Lincoln, the well-known, arrive in London, my dear lady, don’t
fail to see St. Paul’s and Westminster
a day. Then wash carefully and rinse,
tal concentration. He is always ami antiquarian and historian of Hing Abbey. Fair American—You bet; I’ll
thoroughly in several waters. Do not
To Clean Lamp Chimney*.*
able, modest and deliberate’. His work ham. The Rev. L. C. Cornish contrib rattle those off sure; but what I’ve
wring them. Have some one take hold
An extremely smart and effective de
men are devoted to him heart and utes, among other things, an illumin been hankering to see, ever since I was
of one end of the blanket and you sign for a separate blouse which would
ated missal printed in Leyden in 1770.
grasp thè other firmly-in your hand. be pleasing made up in soft silk or neys/ls made by fastening to the end soul.” Through all his many failures, Then there are the poems of Quarles, knee-high to a grasshopper, is toe
Shake the blanket carefully and hang wash materials is pictured here. A
Church of England!—Punch.
when immersed in water, to fit the
friends looked upon him as printed in 1659; those of Cowley,
up to dry. >
She—Oh, Jack, do excuse me for
complicated arrangement of tucks in chimney. Wipe your chimney Inside nearest
door to sL madman, the count has bound in tooled gold leather, bearing getting here so late. Vou poor fel
various widths combined with eyelet with this, and, after rinsing, dry with
had the continual help and counsel of
Woman Wins Golf Honors..
low, you’ve had to wait An hour for
embroidery or lace is used. The plas
his wife, and even when her husband’s
The supremacy of man now is be tron is outlined by a broad piping of a soft piece of linen.
me. He—Oh, no, it’s all right. I’ve
experiments brought her to the verge
ing challenged by women in the game delicate silk, as are also the tucked
“How is it that fellow appears more only just come. She (sharply)—What!
To Clean Knives.
of poverty she still- had perfect faith
of golf. Miss Ida Leitch, a young sleeve caps. Little buttons and loops
every time he has a fail So that’s the way you treat me, is
In order to keep your knives clean In him and never murmured. It must
Englishwoman, has developed such trim the diagonal front closing. The
it? If I’d come at , the time agreed
have been a proud day for the count
«kill that it is believed she will prove deep cuffs are of allover lace. The
you’d have made me wait a whole
ess when the king and queen of Wur- line in business.”
a rival for the best professionals, in high tucked collar is made of mous
hour. (Pouts.)—Boston Transcript.
cluding Taylor, the British champion seline de sole and the design of the potato. Rub this over the blades with temberg took a trip In the count’s air
“I hope you don’t mind my asking,*
“What is that?’
and the player most admired by Presi front is repeated in the back.
ship, and a prouder day still when the
said a woman, diffidently, “but should
dent Taft. Few women have developed
kaiser called her husband “the great American.
I call you professor or doctor?” “Oh,
Hard, to Lose.
real skill at golf, but Miss Leitch has
Cultivate a Graceful Walk.
est German of the twentieth century.”
call me anything you like,” was the
the application and the patience neces
“It’s hard to lose a beautiful daugh On more than one occasion Count
Very few girls walk gracefully now
great man’s rejoinder. “Some people
sary to a steady game over the hard adays, in spite of the craze for phys ter,” said the wedding guest sympa Zeppenlin has come very near to los
A conch shell with its spirals twistr call ine an old idiot.” “Really?” the
courses. The other day she turned in ical culture. The most generally no thetically.
ing his life. Once, for instance, he ed to the right instead of to the left lady murmured’ with sweet innocence.
“It’s a blamed sight harder to lose tell from a height of forty feet, but is said to be worth its weight in gold. “But, then, they would be people who
a score of 72 for the Silloth course, ticeable faults are a forward droop
one of the hardest in the United King of the head, sticking out of the elbows the homely ones,” replied the old man, escaped serious Injury through land A shell of this kind sold in Calcutta knew you Intimately.”—London Spare
dom, breaking the amateur record and and scraping the feet The girl who wbp had. several yet to go.—Exchange. ing upon some bushes. Another time for £4,000.