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TOBYOMN AND HOME
iNTllltBSTINa nilADINO FOH
DAMKS AND DAMSBLS
Ilrn.irtor Mltle Chll.lrrn - t'reltr ''
ticoat Uecomliiff tl' HR A&l
A.ItV io Girl, rrom Hetty OrerU
H15 hat and muft
nro the principal
parts ot tho street
tollotto for our
small girls wh are
blB enough to walk.
Tho cloak Is of but
seemingly little Im
portance, so that
those two articles
nro lu tho latest
s mode. A tiny Uttlo
lady m.'iybo made to look like an ex
quisite picture In u huge hat of black
beaver, aB Bhlny as satin nntl ns black
o coal, wired nnd bont to droop artist
ically about the Innocent baby faco anl
glossy toaby hnlr. The hair should,
to complete tho artistic tout ensemble,
bo beautifully bruahed nnd m-ranged in
aoft bunches of curls on the pretty fore
head, and tied with love knots ol bauy
ribbon, usually white, though with n
lilack hat, )lack knot ot ribbon may
ho used effectively. To carry out the
effective picture In black, this Rmnll
coquette may have an empire- cloak of
BlusBy blnck satin, very thick nnd
heavy, or of beautiful Lyons velvet In
black, with huge blRhop sleeves nnd
fluttering butterfly collarette, nil edged
with ermine. A big muff, also ot er
mine, is fastened about tho throat by a
wldo ribbon of white or black satin.
Scnrloi. Is very effectivo for such a
costume. Ono very recently worn by
a tiny, hazel-eyed lady had u full cloak
of clear cardinal red, heavily ribbed
In bolter form than n black broad-loth
coat and skirt with a waist of light
apple-green t.-ifTeta, lining of the same
In jftcVH and skirt, and a gfn taffeta
ptttlcoat to match. For this anil U
made a very abort Jarkrt for tho street,
with little fan plaltlngs In the back
that disclose the green lining. The front
has atiuheil recr and collar, and all
tho aeama are strapped to a point juat
i.ninw thn waist line. The altlrt ot
olglit or nine gores mar be strapped
down the seams or In two bands around
tho foot. The Hllk walat Is a very fun
blouse with tucked yoko iront, turned
ovor collar, and bishop aleeveB; blaa
hands nnd Iwws of the silk nro the only
trimming. The petticoat Ib mado In the
way Jtts.t doHcrlbed, and tho lining of the
cloth skirt has no balaycusc.
itoto Color mill lllnrlf.
How things change with the times!
Not long ago It was the skirts whicli
boro nil the extravagances of decora
tion, and now it Is tho bodice upon
which our elaborations nro put. This In
an outcome or tho bodice being worn
o different material from tho skirt, and
Is, after all, n pretty fashion. An ex
ceedingly chic gown for afternoon wear,
calling, the matinee, etc., Is a nitxturo
of rose color and black, full of small
silvor flecks nnd dashes. The skirt I
ono of the nine-gored creations, with a
multitude of flapping godets, and beau
tifully flttcd hips, tho whole interlined
with fiber chamois, and again with dull,
lead-colored taffola. Tho bodice is n
small, round affair of creamy white
bioadcloth, fitting the form perfectly,
with a smooth fitting Jacket of rich
black lace, In a very heavy pattern, cut
nwny In graceful curves to simulate a
pictty yoke. An embroidered pattorn
In gold sequins and tiny mock garnets
decorates this opening, mnklng a very
rich effect on tho white groundwork.
The alcoves nro especially smart.wlth
enormous puffs directly at tho shotil-
au buv a pirrpl or iand at one-thirl its
appraised value 1 regard real eatnlo
Investment aa iho safest means o? tn-
rutin Idle money. It dors not al
ways bring a steady Interest, but It la
lesa likely to depreciate in value than
stocks, which are always somewhat un
r Ttaln. A woman wi'h tart and nbllltv
wlll b on the alert to learn ot a mort
gage about to bo foreclosed. In audi a
cases aha should negotlnte with the
owndr of tho property, and give him
onough to cloar his debt, thua anving
him the coala of a sale. Many a woman
haa profited by nn opportunity of this ,
kind. Ot course, If a woman has $500
cash nnd wishes to speculate she may ,
branch out more broadly and take
. . - ... .1.. .. i r '
greater naits, wim inu piuHjitn;i ui
greater returns. Hut she should boar
In mind that real estate Is the collateral
to bo preferred to all others."
ItrmovliiK Till) Hiul I'm-Uln.
Mamie H. Is a little girl twelve years
old, who finds pome tan and freckles
on her face, and wants the editor to
tell her how to remove them. Answer: .
Tnn nnd freckles nrc a growth In the
skin, nnd nro developed by light and
heat, principally by sunlight. Some
persons are much more troubled with
them than others. Delicate complex
ions arc usually most susceptible. There
are several things that will remove
freckles, but they are not very safe to
meddle With. Ten drops of carbolic
acid in thirty drops of glycerine Is said
to bo good. It must bo applied only to
the dark spots. It cures by burning
the skin, which afterward comes off,
Ipavlng a mark that finally disappears.
The best remedy for such annoyances
as tan and freckles Is to wear a hat or
sunbonnct. The spots frequently dis
appear In winter, and If one Is careful
SOUND DOCTHINB ADVOCATED
BY C JR RE83.
Tlir IC)Qlllunu Nellfinc for n Scorrtnry
of I'mtue-Uuii Till WnrtliW'" '"'
crMi Silent mi All I.riullnj: ltic
lMnc-.it Ion In Wuntfil.
It is stated on tho authority of nn
oftlolal of a nstlonnl organization of
manufacturers that the manufacturers
of this country "want another cabinet
ofllcer to take care ot tho industries of
the country;" Hint they want n Eccrc
tary of manufactures who will sit In the
cabinet nnd devote his time to the pro
tection and promotion of American in
Tho exact language quoted may not
have been used by tho official referred
to. It seems to be the langunge of n
newspaper writer who enters Into the
3plrlt of tho thing. Tho same appre
ciative chronicler makes tho statement
that the plan Is to put the new cnblnct
ofllcer "at the head of a national board
of trade which will safeguard manu
facturers both at home and abroad."
Likely enough the manufacturing in
terest wants something of this kind.
That Interest Is the American spoilt
child, which Insists on having all the
cookies and Jnm because It was weak
in the legs when It was a baby, leaving
nothing but potatoes and pork fat for
the rest of the children. The manu
facturers have been petted and pam
pered until they really seem to think
that there Is something peculiarly
sacred about their interest. They seem
to think, with Kaiser Wllhelm and
j other monarchs, that they have a divine
to keep tlie rnce snaucu mere win uu . . . .. ., earnnRB 0f others
m juice some- . . vnrvi,.,E done for them that
times removes tan. and buttermilk Is ' , " . .
very little trouble. Lemon juice some
times removes tar
said to be excellent for this purpose.
THE CURRENT TOPICS CLUB.
'frmsA" "ftniifwrnn gp,,
tshk -y mm mat'
f 2Z A PASMIOANAHLH FAD AMONG N13W WO.MKK.
'.i 2WP. - :r-rr-r- ' ,
sll, all beautifully lined with squirrel
skins and wonderfully warm. The
monstrous sleeves are topped by fly
away capes of tho silk, made double for
stiffness, and edged with silvery chin
chilla fur. .The hat is an enormous one
of silky beaver In ncarlet, trlmmod with
a lot ot floatlug scarlet plumes. 'I no
opera length stockings, worn by so
many ot the llttlo maids, are a wonder
ful protection from the cold, and a de
cided' improvement to those which
moroly covered the knees, leaving a
space between tho Uttlo drawers and
fitocklnca perfectly baro. Silk mittens
nTe almost tnlversally worn, to tho ex
clusion of kid gloves, for mothers nro
more sonsiole than they wore a few
years ago, and look vory much to tho
comfort ot their llttlo ones.
dors, and loosely wrinkled lower arms
to tho wrist, where a deep cuff of lace
covered broadcloth, edged with Russian
lynx, turns back nearly to tho elbow.
A flaring collar ot tho lynx sots up
smartly about the face. With this gown
was carried a huge muff of Russian
lynx, decorated with a huge bunch of
violets at one side. The hat worn with
it. was extremely swell and very simple
It was broad of brim, flaring up a bit
nt one side, and faced underneath with
shining black beaver. The outside felt
was a dull, rosy-hued beaver. The
mown was artistically draped into thn
foim of roses, with rich Persian silk
In shades of rose-green mauve and
' . 1'cttUoiitii Slwlo to Slatrh.
ninllnr nnil'llH Ill-It l'f Hi flll'll tO lUUCll Of
tboir pristlna importunco now that J
drosemakors na won as iuuui ."- .
sider broadcloth tho most fashionable
woolen fabric ot tho aeabon. Anil tno
tailors have made a now and charming
adjunct to tho cloth gowns in a silken
petticoat matching the silk of which
the only waist of tho dross is made,
and f Also mntchlng the silk lining of
' the cont and skirt of cloth. Such pretty
. Mttjcoats are n perfect comfort to
' womanly women, who begin to fear that
this ossentlnlly feminine garmont
would bo gradually ousted by tho much
talked of knickerbockers, riding tignts.
etc." But its frou-frou is too attractive
to bo givon up. and, moreover, tho new
skirt has some now' features, such as
long shallow scallops at the foot, to
, mako it fall in easily with tho curvod
1 folds of the cloth skirt and yet retain its
Aitoccther tho abundance ot tho gay
lilkuJiBually in contrast tc the color of
the goth, greatly onnaucea mo ""
toQks of the severe tallor-mado gown.
At the top five breadths of taffqta are
gatharod into a yoke eight or ton Inchon
deep, doing away with all superfluous
tullnew around tho hlpa. and uoatly
aocorated with rows of feather stltcn-
tug. The foot 1b trimmed with two or
jkree Brrow bias frills, pinked on ono
jpcdge and hoaded by an Inch-wldo ruche
jiinkod on both edges.
1'or morning and nftornoon bhopplng,
dplvint or coaching, nothing can he
My I ww 3
What U .lapiin r.olilK to Do?
Tho future ot American manufactures
Is, according to- alt accounts, menaced
by Jitpaneso agents who arc bidding for
trade at prices far below anything that
our own artisans can turn out.
They offer bicycles of the very best
grade at twelve dollars, matches at fig
ures that would slmt down every match
factory In the United States; all sorts of
wooden ware, including house-llttlngs.
Riii'h :is doors, sashes and blinds, are of
fered at forty to llfty per cent less than
we can make them.
The agents of .lupanese factories have
placed immense orders in San Fian
elaco. and are coming East to bid for
trade In cities all the way from the Pa
elflc to tho Atlantic. They are ablo to
undersoil everything in tho market.
they choose to demand
Tho association official above re
ferred to Is quoted ns saying: "The
striking feature of this new movement
among manufacturers is the absence ot
politics. It is not the democratic free
trader alone to-day who Is asking for
the markets of the world. No less vo
ciferous in his demand Is the protection
ist manufacturer." Then why don't
they go and offer their products In for
eign markets Just as they do In the
homo markets? Why do they run to
pappy government like helpless In
fants? There Is nothing to hinder
them from sending their agents sever
ally or jointly, if they choose, to Intro
duce their goods Into any market that is
open to foreign goods.
Hcyontl what It Is now doing govern
ment can do nothing for them that they
cannot do better for themselves. If any
foreign government discriminates
against American products or American
salesmen our government can protest.
It can Insist upon the commercial
rights of Americana under existing
treaties, and it ran retaliate. If such ac
tion Feoma expedient, in case discrimi
nation is persisted In notwithstanding
protest. That our government does
now. It could do no more and act no
moro effectively if we had a secretary
of manufactures to "ait In the cabinet
nnd devote ills time to the protection
and promotion of American industries
Tho futility of creating a cabinet of
fice to promote any Industrial interest
has been sufficiently proved' Ijy tho ex
nerlment In agriculture. We have had
n full-fledged department of agriculture
fo" about seven years. During that
time we have had a secretary of agri
culture to sit In tho cabinet and deote
his time to the promotion of agromomic
interests. If a national assembly of
farmers should be called together to
consider whether their Interests had
been promoted by tills offlcinl estab
lishment It would conclude with practi
cal unanimity that they had not.
Nothing more can be expected from
an establishment of officialism styled
department of manufactures, unless It
is mado an Instrument for securing
benefits to manufacturers nt the ex
pense of others. We have had far too
much of this favoritism already. The
country does not want any official ma
chino created to secure for the benefit
of the class of manufacturing capitalists
more of tho sort ot thing which the
mipremc court of tho United States in
dignantly condemned ns robbery undor
the forma of law.
If we need an additional official es-
wan elected by "landslide" mnjorltts '
in nil tho districts represented by re- '
publicnna, giving that parly nearly
thrw-fourtha el the nitmbera of th
The senate is republican. It Is suffi
ciently republican to reconstruct thti
committors and elect tho eonato offi
cers. They have asaumod control of
loglBlation through tho committees nnd
will assume control ot tho spoils as
soon ns tho somite Is full and all seats
These facts attach to the Republican
party responsibility for nil legislation
nnd for failure to legislate in Con
gress. Their majority In the House Is
overwhelming. Their majority lit tn-3
Senate enables them to do everything
else except to legislate, if they do not
legislate It is their fault. Having made
a corrupt coalition to divide tho com
mittees and tho plunder, they must
accept accountability for everything
Tho Republicans allege that there Is
a deficit In the revenues, but they have
not mado a serious attempt to replen
ish the treasury. Tho gold reserve is
dwindling and additions to tho na
tlonnl debt nrc necessary for its pre
servation, but the Republican Congress
will do nothing for that object. In
creased tariff extortions at one end
of tho cnpltol and desperate silver
sandbag methods at the other end are
the only response made by Congress to
the necessity for more revenue and to
save the national credit.
The country would have been better
off If this Congress had never assem
bled. The condition of affairs could not
be made worse If It should adjourn in
May or June. It will do nothing to
promote the prosperity of the country
If it shall remain in session until snow
flies in autumn. The election of lSDO
should bo decided by the intelligent
Chicago Chronicle, Jan., 14.
voters of the Congress now in session.
April, May nro most emphatically tho
months for taking ft good blood purifier,
because tho system is now most in need
of such a medicine, and because it more
quickly responds to medielnnl qualities.
In winter impurities do not pass out ot tho
body freely, but accumulate in tho blood,
Silent on All Istio.
Careful perusal of the speeches made
at the unlovely love feast of the Re
publicans nt Springfield falls to bring
to light any utterance bearing upon
tho Democratic administration of af
fairs in Illinois. Why this oversight"
Tho state campaign is one of prime
importance this year. Mr. Tanner was
in entire control of the Republican co
horts gathered in loving conference. He
will head the ticket of his party in tho
state. Withal some sentiment shall
wo say prudence? restrained the Re
publican orators from any challenge of
tho merit of Governor Altgcld's man
agement of state affairs.
Nor docs it appear that any word
was spoken In that gathering favoring
honest nnd equitable taxation In the
state. This Is in ono respect natural.
for the Republican party has never
stood for honest taxation, hut always
for class taxation by which tho rich
should profit at the expense of the poor.
Vet is is daily becoming more apparent
that in Illinois this year there will bo
a demand for such a revision of the rev
enue law as shall effect reform of the
notorious and burdonsome inequalities
of assessment which have become a
crying scandal in the state. Was there
frank utterance on this subject at the
Republican "love feist?" was mere
even evidence that the party there
gathered recognized the existence of
such an issue?
Tho Republicans who went to Spiing
field this week went there to gamble
for offices. Men's names were debated,
economic principles ignored. Candi
dates were eulogized; principles, it the
Republican party has any, were for
gotten. Tho most studious reader of
the proceedings ot tlie meeting iuiis.
to discover therein anything loftier
than an effort to discover the candidate
most likely ot election;
As matters now stand the Republi
can party In Illinois is for any candi
date or any policy which it thinks will
The best medicine to purify, enrich and
vitalize tho blood, nnd thus glvb strength
nnd build up tho system, is Hood'.t Bnrsa
pnrllla. Thousands take it as their Spring
Medicine, and moro nro taking it today
than ever boforc. If you are tired, " out of
Borts," nervous, have bad tnsto in tho
morning, aching or dizzy head, sour
stomach and feci all run down, a courso
of Hood's Snrsaparilla will put your whole
body in good order and mako you atronir
and vigorous. It is tho ideal Spring
Medicine and truo nerve tonic, becanso
Is the One Truo Wood I'liriflcr. All dnigslsts. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. IloodS Co.. I.cmcll.Mnn.
.. , , r-ii nro purely TPprtaWc, care-
HOOd S PlllS tully prepared. cent
Not the Merchant.
He wants to mate as much as lie can by
sellinj; you inferior Lindings which ha
claims are "just as good" as S. II. & M.
Hut you Jo the mendng. Insist on having
ISias Velveteen Skirt Rindinp and you
save the mending
If your dealer will not supply you wo
Send (or simples showing labrls and materia. s.
tofT-S H &M 'o P O hrs 690 N-w York Citv
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR
BEST IN THE
If von rav S4 to SO for shoes, ex- ,m r.
amino tho . I.. Douslas Hioc, and 29 f
sea what a sood shoo jou can buy for " B
OVER IOO STYLES AND WIDTHS,
nnil LACK, wnilo In all
Iriitlirrliy Bkllleil worts-
iiiiiiiiir.irtiirer In 11m worlil.
Nornr tisnuine unless name and
price i stamped on the bottom.
Ask ".our dealer for our 85,
64. sa.no, s.jso, ws.sa .shoe-;
&-.T0, S3 and MI.7S for boys.
TAKE HO SUBSTITUTE. If jourdealer
cannot supply ou. semi to lac-tori.inclo-.ing
price and jftcciiti
to pay carriage. Male kind, style
of too (cap or plain). M re : and
vldtli. Our Custom Ix-pt. will fill
our order, bend for new Illus
trated Catalogue to llox J..
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass;
It Is a well understood fart by ex- j tabllshmont In this relation we need it
nerts in Jananese sooda that their niotai
is of a vory high grade and that their
wood-work Is accurate almost to perfec
tion. It will bo necessary for Congretw
to take some stringent measures to shut
off this deliiRO of Japanese waies it our
own factories are to be ablo to continue
In ImsinoBB. This is a htartllng state
of affairs, and one that demands the
Immediate attention of our law makers.
Sini Tlnii'ly ltrplpr.
Walnut sandwiches. One pound Kng
lish walnut meats, cut in small pieces;
covor with, nice mayonnaise drosstng;
cut bread In fancy shapes, round,
square, trtangular, and spread with the
mixture. Set lu a cool place until
ready for serving.
Lillian II. Boiled potatoes should be
served with boilod fish: also cucumbers
or watorcrcss, and an entroe ot Jelly.
Annie T. A 7 o'clock dinner is cer
tainly tooJnto for the little folks, wno
shouid be in bod at that timo. Why not
.. .. Unlit .llnnor nt f, ronRlstlnc of.
A.Wl.p from Hetty C.rer.i. .- " - ' ' 'L V ,,.,
A New York reporter a day or two . goup an(,
ago intorviewou .miss iiowj !.:.., v.. , - h t
. .. i tinne nn" vnirnrilllitr 1 ww "--- -
Puree of mushrooms.- Chop fine five
to protect the peoplo against tho rapac
ity of the beneficiaries of tho protective
system. If that system is co be per
petuated it ought to bo limited by law
to periods of not more than ten years.
At tho end of every such period pro
tection should ceaso entirely In tho ense
of ovcry industry where it was not es
tablished affirmatively by exhibition of '
books and accounts and otherwise that
the Industry would bo in danger of de
struction if protection were withdrawn.
And in no case should an industry ho
protected for more than twenty years.
To effect this protection of the victims
of protection it might be well to estab
lish an investigating bureau to be
known as the bureau for the weaning
Ioi over leu aim u uuci;iuud in
dustrial lnfauts. Chicago Chronicle,
AllUon Smilingly NoiirmninlttHt.
New York Sun: William Boyd Alli
son has brought back from Towa aalm
proved smile of such extraordinary
owtm.sn nnd blumlncss that Adlal
Ewing Stevenson hns nnd to have a fire
screen put In front of his desk and John
Milton Thurston has Hail ninei-nm-ells
of crape extracted' from his voice
without an operation. The smite Is on
exhibition every day and evening, but
tho sweet, deep silence of Mr. Allison is
moro magnificent still. He has ceased
to use words, lie orders mush and milk
in pantomime. Visitors aru requested
to leave their remarks on a slate. Even
in regnrd to tho weather Mr. Allison's
attitude is impartial and noncommittal,
It recently occurred to Tiffany
& Co., the New York jewelers,
to ornament a bicycle elabo
rately with gold, silver, and pre
cious stones, believing that some
wealthy customer would esteem
so handsome a mount. They
preferred to pay $K)0 cachJor
white, while at one side tumbled a lot
of gloasy black plumes.
I'ontkor "lloBBlnc the Since."
Now Yonlt Sun: The chief peculiarity
of Joseph Benson Foraker, the leading
heavy man in Ohio melodrama at pres
ent, seems to bo his irresistible propen
sity to take tho cer.ter ot tnc stage, io
smlto himself In the midst of his midst,
and to observe In a voice of earthquake,
Ha, hat This peculiarity not only en
dangers the footllghtB, but it makes all
tho other people in the cast, and espe
cially tho hero, Major McKinley, con
tinually nervous. As long as there is a
nnlr of hands clapping in the pit this
melodramatic actcr will try to occupy
the center, plumb and not.
richest woman in AmoricB," regarding i
the host way to invest small limn of J
money. Mrs. Greon swld: ;
"l would advise any woman with ?500
at her command to Invest it in real es-
tate. She should buy tho ronl ostate j
at auetiop or on occasions whn clroum- j
stance nave torcsu tno suie. " "
or six mushrooms; put on in a stowpan,
with ono ounce ot butter, a little aalt,
peppor. and choppwl onion. Cook un
til it pulps, thou add an ounce of broad
crumbs; thou strain liquor from tho
oysters and add ona ouueo of chopped
watch for anoh an opportunity It will , loan ham or tongue ami a jiuio p
Mtiely come, and she will find that she parsley. Let U come to a boll and use.
ThU TTortlile CoiiRreM.
It Is announced that the republican
managors at Washington will attempt
to hurry up tho business of congress so
that an adjournment will occur about
the first of June. It Is entirely improb
able that anything of the kind will oc
cur. The session Is more likely to con
tinue till October than to close lu tho
Tho Judgment of tlie country al
ready forniod Is that novor In Amer
ican "history has a congress as purpose
less, us imbocllc and as usolesa as this
ncaomhind at Washington. It Is tho
product of a revolution In pqUN.
For their purpose
to using any
other make of
be no question of
quality in a bicycle
selected for such
Therefore they chose Columbian
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
Mi'Klnley I.ovIiie Crnuml.
Boston Globo: The disintegration of
McKlnley's boom continues in Ohio. If
lukewnrmnoss prevails In his own state
It cannot be expected that It will bo
kept up in outside states. Tho truth Is
that McKinley 1 not rognrdod as a
real statesman at home, and his ad
ministration of tho govornorsmp o.
Ohio was not considered by his con- .
Btltuents as a signally successful one.
Ho was nil 3 erwt governor unio naa
had many greater ones. If this is true
tho country haj a right to infer that ho ,
would, not w a StA prostujwu.
Beautiful Art Catalogue ot Columbia and Hart
lorJ Bicycles U free if you Mil upon any Colum
bia agent; by mail frota us for two a-cent
POPE MAT-niFACTURING CO.
Factories and General Of ices, Hartford, Conn.
I Branch Stores and Aceneles In almost every
city and town. If Columblas are not properly
represented In your vicinity let us know,
CUuet tvotl Uautilu. me ul,
Proimji a. luxuriant growth
Never FaJU o Bee tore Gr&y
Ufeir to la juutuiu; vuiur
6UC. via iiwii i'iuirwa
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