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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1912)
SCIENCE SCORES ON THIEVES
ODD WINTER COAT
French Inventor Ha New
Proof Plate Glass Transparent at
Thickness of Inch.
Ul BLACK AND WHITE
COLORS FOR MIL
Fancy Brims On of tit Marked Ft
f tn Styl Soft Hat
I Good Felts to Be Seen
It ts a rood thing that black and
wall sever crow tiresome, for mil
ftnery finds them preOomiMliajt in all
sorts cf hats this CaU. To smart de
signs for street wear are sion her.
- v - , - - V " -v
i wh. fit td wuh ik v,-;x ;
la accvdaac wiih the cia-scn-; J
t th seasoa. th brims ar tacy, j
ea of theat fbous a wioshapod
xteasto aad th other th siasJuas J
aad trais that hax proved so ad-
vaatasootta to th triMwur. I
SaaaiU Eat hows, covered butws.
battoa aad hatta hct tritnatiaxs ap
pear o aodts of this etas. Mcvs-t of
thea hav toft crowns avae ott
He aet with very liul wirieju
Tha hats do aot rqir baadeaax
xcept for heads aaaaiier than th v
rax. In awch cs H ta better t
Introdnc a padded head-band in th
than to us a sU3 bandeau.
Th hat continue to b perfectly cont
tortabl. aad sets ea th head in th
maaaer of a man's hat.
'Many soft hats ar shown la good
futta. and most of th stl9er
wear soft. Such hats ar tri
with fancy feathers, soft wtngs and
forth) quiQa suiting them admira
bly. Toungor women Ilk them es
pecially, ss they can b adjusted ta
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
NECK RUCHE HERE TO STAY
Diss It Its Suing Discarded by Paris
ians American Women Regard
It With Favor,
As most of us hav already noticed,
th tail neck ruch ts coming along
tn great snap and rapidly becoming
a taahlou. That is, on this sid of th
oesna. 1 mad a sot to this effect
not long sgo. Son on who read th
Item asked mo If I didnt know that
th Parisians were Isughing st us
shout this littl matter of th ruch.
I said so, why wer they laughing
about It aad h said becaus they'd
tooled us. They gav out that neck
ruches wer to b tn order, everybody
doing tt. that sort of thing, dont you
know aad w ""bit!" Whereas no on
who really knows anything about such
matters would vr b guilty of wear
ing a ruch. Think of It! Th
atrocity! Th blander! Th social
rror!" To wear a ruch whea a
Parisian wouldn't! Isnt tt awful? I
said I thought th Joke was not on
us but oa Paris. WH wear our rut
s tt w want to. Ther ar moments
when I think that Paris might well go
way hack sad sit down. Exchange.
Th aid plaits that hav been so
Mvrty Introduced into skirts this
snmmsr ar merely advanc agents of
th kilted skirt that te coming back.
Oh. tt win not b th aHeaveloping ar
rangement of heavy folds, but will fall
from a fitted yoke around th hips.
Already very exctuslv models ar su
ing designed tor soft silks that exem
plify th idea yet ar uaobtrusiv ta
th chang of styl.
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IF ONE WOULD DRESS WELL
th Famous Parisian
Lay Doom T Com
mandments. To th bu who wocld b weB "
dressed. Paul Poiret writes T Tea 5
Commandments is th ac;uran fa si- j
io number of Harper's Bazar foe
October as follows:
1. Choose whatever is most bo-
coat ins to your beauty lishtty fiitinj
Farmeats or loose-flowing oa- th
strictly tailor-mae, or th more elab
i. CIkxjw th colors hich 50 we j
iih your cantJexioa, your hair, jwu ;
j X Observe th decorum and wai
' ap?roprsat dresses in appropreat
! places. U is beeaus of her ability
; to uederstaxd th eternal fitness t
i things that the Parssienn Is so ftea
" the i;ihva of is rye social functions!
! L This year, iw instance. 1
I fcrij;inat cat more dresses built o
. If fringes such as 1 horde
yowss with do no! Ft in with your per-
sosaiay, dar to wear say other hied
' cf trimtaips that doe:
! i 1 an krerS the" lisat chinos
' ovTfrssiirt w!sch kartaonia or cou-
trssts with th sil's. foundation. Hut
' if ti-it is not susMtel to ye, dare to
rer R.vy feiwaJks and satins.
? IVrswMiMy I lsk stroc colors.
s-oSora of Kf ?l poetry, buf St pastel
v5s;,--s anc heoswas. "er ta. no
aur what !s the fsshkxn"
S. If th fcih waist Ke such as I
.-UH sdv-cvat does act reveal th
j-oSnls of yoar fejrae. d c aAy tt;
ife Tr n
' tlrt "
r sa attesapt at beas
NEGLIGEE AND ITS SETTING
Harmony Wit th Swrroatndinjs Is the
Desired End It Is Sought to
laaagin a kimono of China blue an
whit silk ta of thos iltusiv de
signs of th far east, and let ft b th
gown to b donned only in a room dec
orated in th Chines styl so preva
lent in modern day furnishing revivals.
Thr would b curtains of rich bla.
with cretonnes of wiliew pattern cov
;ring th arehirs, tail Umja h
shades of h and whit and a few
I vass of Naukin blu. What a fas- ,
jctnatins. rstful. reUHng harbor tora s
Hired woman. whr ah can sip th ,
f fragrant bvrf which U China, also, j
is cups of shell diun.
j Another fascinating fashion tn tea i
gowns is thWu si, which
give scop tor defeat color harmo-
a., and which corsm at
pink and blu tapestries and gold ;
legged char and Uny
and Is draped tn graceful folds below
Nw Bonnet Cap.
New bonnet caps watch fit closely
to th head and cover th ears ar
mad of point d'osprlt. lac or chiffon
trimmed with tiny open roses of silk
which go round th brim, tt a fall of
lac shading th tac may be so term
ed. Most of all they resemble th
IN AN UPPER ROOM
Pannier Count Sash.
Th pannier gown ts incomplet
without a girdle or sash. In fact, th
girdle of soft silk, velvet or satin ts
j s very admirable way to retain a slen
4erness at the waistline and to con
ceal th attachment of the pannier at
th top. Girdles can be from two to
six inches wid. depending oa th
length of the wearer from neck line ts
Long-waistsd women may wear high
girdles with grace. Their loss for.
tunat sisters should cling to th nar
row ones, and ass end of material ta
long, straight Unas or loops to
(I O-ji ft Till IT V
WINDOWSEATINGABLEEND. j II V IM !
i L 11
II 3kk &m Ml
ltj - isirfes i"ii'f iff15!!! rii
(m 1. r ti a CMtnxwt,
A civet fur coat hroasht into usw
and skins, and will continue to be popular war this winter. It is trimmed j
with a tax collar and cuffs and is of a brown shade. A brown soft Tetonr !
hat. La Cavalier, will coatplet the
NEW FEATURE IN UILUNERY
et Points About tn Styl
That It Will B Wn to Keep
Always in Mind.
To nam up this season's new mil
Enery features, we want to remember
that th head sixes ar targe; that th
kts set wJl down on th had; that
moderately high; that
nats ar smalL th dress
that everywher the ts
lt,Urit, ud and
trimmins and ar in combination
A. buckle, tor example, covered with
m tHJch to
w tin hat. aad jast think how
Kttl tar is needed. A few scraps of
Mt. Mm w. ,k, t wi .d fi.
, fched with an embroidery stitch, and
thus mako a new style Wmming tor
Ukat- And then. too. th
" 01 aTi,, hhdhrimot
contrasting materials ts
' wt-fMi tw, u. vkVi tn
remodel th hat she wore last year.
Woman's Bom Companion.
This very graceful dress is in pals
gray satin. Th skirt is
has a short tunic of ainoa
with a narrow silk trimming. Th
bodice, of satin. Is cat Sfagyar, with
short sleeves, the long sleeves being
Joined oa with wrapped seams; th
low round yoke ts of lac. The fichu
ts of ainoa edged with triage, tt
long cads falling over front of skirt;
these are also finished with Cringe.
Mat ot dark gray, TageL swathed
by th continued high price of far
with tulle and trimmed with, a tenth,
Jltrials required tor dross: Four
and one-half yards satin. 43 inches
wtd. five-eighths yard lac, IS inches
wid. two and one-halt yards 4f inches
wide, two and three-fourths yards
FAD TOR lilRfinT IFWFI BY
cki. vA.ihiMMa."ow beins eaUrged has a capacity
boa wno has money to airord novel- s in,,, inn.
ties should go in tor mascot Jewelry."
Never has it been mors fascinating,
Kvea if you are not superstitious, you
are aot abov a luck charm ot soma
-a- saxety pta oroocn, wua a same
ta us center, nas aoacnea sun
thia short chain, a lucky tortoise
tn gold or eaameL The mascot can .
be further enhanced by using one a
A motor bracelet ot gold or silvet
wire can hav attached to it various
tacky -charms, as th lucky finger ta
Ivory, a lucky penny, a tiny rabbitl
toot, and horseshoe, sad a mmat
blue bird for happiness as well as
safety. Sometimes these lucky pieces
are worn around the neck: oa a fin
fold chain, or they form an interest
ing; pendant for the watch fob.
Great favorites are th lucky pig
and lucky hear charm, while a novel
ty for the cat lover is a small bowl of
gold chain, or they form an interest.
fish la tt and a watchful cat at one
A fascinating love charm which
comes in circular or heart-shape has
oa tt a ptns and minus sign with
Aujourdhni above the former and Qa
Hler beneath it, while beneath the
minus sign is Que Demain. which
translated means that the donor's love
shall daily ba "mora than yesterday
and less than tomorrow.
The fond father bow presents moth
er with a ring containing the birth
stone of each child.
It you do not wear your eyeglasses
all the time try the new ones that fold
tike a lorgnette and are worn oa a
ribbon or chain around th neck. They
are called Oxford glasses.
These glasses are large round ones
and ar good for th eyes. They
have a wide, folding gold nosepiece
with a patent, firm catch and a nar.
row gold run. When closed they look
like a monocle. A black ribbon, with
gold or jeweled slides. Is very fash
ionable. Acceptabi Gift.
A woman who has traveled widely
says one of th most acceptable gifts
one can make to a friend going oa a
steamer te a box or Jar of stuffed
prunes. These are rarely given, can
ba eaten when other fruits are in
digestible, and are mildly laxative.
As oa authority advlaea fro as of
prunes for nervous people, declaring
they have a quieting effect, the eating
the prunes on shipboard should help
to check: sessickiniiiii sis ays 804
meated by "nerves."
KANDY FOR SETTING A SAW
Indiana Man Designs Implement
Which Clamps to Edge of Bench
in Which Edge Is Thrust.
If you will squint down the edge of
a saw you will see that every other
tooth is inclined to the right and the
others to the left. The efficiency of
the tool depends on these teeth, each
raiding its position, and the operation
of getting them back into position after
they are crooked is called "setting
For Setting Saws,
them. Some carpenters do this with
a hammer, but there is danger of
breaking the teeth, and at best the
work can not be done with perfect ac
curacy. An Indiana man. however.
has designed an implement which
1 clamps to the edge of the work bench
i in which the eds of the saw can be
thrust A plunger operates in the
vice and as each alternate tooth
comes under the plunger the latter is
: struck a sharp blow with a hammer.
I thus setting each tooth at a uniform
aagla. When half the teeth have been
set the saw can be turned on the other
side and the remainder fixed.
PRODUCTION OF ARID DESERT
Extraction of Wax Found on Plants
Exposed to Excessiv Heat B-
l coming Quit an Industry.
j Vegetable wax anneais to be
t nroduct for which th arid desert fa
specially adapted. As a protection
against excessiv evaporation, th
plants exposed to dry heat develop
waxy covering, and a British consular
sot states that In the western part of
Naevo Leon and CoahuUa, in Mexico.
1 the candelila weed yields
- although in well
icwn 11 qzmn winp uiub w Mire.
i extracting establishments hnv been
, recently started, and one of them
certain nossibl LvamJaris. such
j tannin, to which little attention has
Keen so far riven. The wax nrodnet
; mrtt-.i ta tt riti ?tt tK.
5 Rrttirh Istes and GeramT. and ta In
demand for manv nurnoses such
sho noUshea floor cina nkaon.
. graph records and electrical insula-
NOVEL USE FOR MOTORCYCLE
Chicago Butcher Uses Machin for
Business Trips and for Operating
His Meat Chopper.
Motorcycles have often been har
nessed to small machines in times of
emergency, such, for instance,
whea th electric power fails for
few hours or days, aad it is also unite
probable that they are sometimes
used ns the regular power plant for
such machines. An instance of regu
lar Instead ot Just emergency instsl-
Meat Chopping Machin.
lation of a motorcycle as a power pro
ducer is here illustrated, says the
Popular Mechanics. Th proprietor of
a butcher shop in Chicago has been
using his motorcycle for the past year
to operate a meat-chopping machin.
Ho also uses the motorcycle for busi
ness trips about the city and suburbs.
and finds that th srrangement cuts
down his operating expenses material
Improv Carpenter's Clamp.
Aa ordinary carpenter's clamp can
bo mad to hold twice as much with
half th pressure of the screw by filing
a groove in th center of the aaviL
Workmen st Krupps Factory.
Krupp's factory at Kssen. Germany,
now employs 45.000 skilled workmen.
ss compared with 12.000 thirty years
And now it seems that th
with the brick may hare to turn his
attention to something else than th
Jeweler's window if he's to make anv
easy getaway with some one else'4
Consul William BardeH has report
ed from Rheims that a French in.
Tentor has come out with a new burg
lar proof plate glass, absolutely transs.
parent at a thickness of one inch and
yet which will resist a machinist a
hammer long enough for a sleepy cop
per a block away to run up and tntop
fere. Jacketed revolver bullets may
be fired against the plate without
breaking through. In one test a heavy
piece of cast iron was hurled against
the glass, breaking through to the ex
tent of only two or three squat Inch-
That ordinary plate glass
many cities in the United States may
have three or four square feet smash
ed through with a common brick car
ried in a hssdbag or wrapped ap as a
paper parceL Practically the
eighths inch to one inch
burglar proof until such time ss th
enterprising felon discovers some ef
fective substitute for the brick.
UNIQUE PORTABLE COAL BIM
Consists of Lark Cylindrical Metal
Receptacle, Like Large Ash Cam
on Three Legs.
Something nnnsnal in th way ot a
portable coal bin has been patented
by an Illinois man. It consists ot a
large cylindrical metal receptacle, like
a huge ash can. which rests oa three
legs. It is filled from the top. which
has a lid on it. Two inclined chutes
are pivoted to the bottom of the re
ceptacle and swing up and down. Al
the bottom ot the can itself Is ss
opening which has a cutoff tnsido
When it is desired to get th coal
from th bin th chutes ar
and th cutoff opened. The weight mt
the top coal then forces the hutliim
coal out of the opening and th tatter
literally spouts forth into the chsta
and into whatever place fuiaace e
stove it is intended to go. As will k
understood, this bin can he used) for '
many other things besides coaL
Th steel rudder ot th Aquttaats
weighs 70 tons.
Melted' shellac wm mead I
fountain pen barrets.
The chemistry ot baking Is
in th C Diversity of Pittsburg.
The boot and shoe trade
ninth among the American
According to recent estimates Chin
produces almost lft.00u.0GS tons of coal
Three-quarters ot th cottoa mud-
uct of the world is contributed by th
Germany's present Industrial gam
will soon place It ta the lead for hus
Of Spain's 4.1S0 coal mines only tn
are officially recorded as productrr
yielding but about 4.000.09
Burdett Loomis. Hartford.
has discovered a method of
paper pulp from grass asd wDl erect
Arizona and Montana together pro
duced more than half of th United
States record breaking copper 1
Honduras ts developing a
industry from its hitherto
guano palm trees, which yield a lum
ber lighter than cork.
A machine has been Invented ta
England for turning the rims sad
ing snd floinhtng- hubs of wi
wheels at the same time.
Silk manufacture has grown
mously in the United States in the 1
tea years, snd now this country
th world in this industry.
Although Sweden kmg has
leading country tn ta manufsctar f
matches, its first toothpick
was opened only recently.
The manufacture of :
lows snd cushions from scrap 1
dried snd sterilised, has
important business In
A new use for old
appeared in China, which
millions of pounds of them test
to cover the walls of native
Th Mexican msguey plant
nishes the national drink.
medicine, fiber for baskelmsktng
weaving and takes the place ot tltnad.
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