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TIlE OMAHAD4ILY DEE : SUN DAYMA1WII 3 , 1Sij. ! , 19
i "WT 0171a1'8" Darnall ] .
J1'1t1NCn I'MUIlUS ' , I > Tr n ,
2lalncl flirt In l'nrk anti tim Charmln !
l'roekN hhnmrN ,
PAInS , Ieb. I 20-Speclal.-fllack ( ) toietes
look vrt dlstngulshell ( when well cut.
IavlshlnJ gowns nro mallo or thinnIsh ) male-
rIals , 111 ; crepon or net or mousselne , and
weIghted down wIth Jet ornaments that fall
from the belt upon the skIrt and glitter
among the folds or the blouse. In place or
the Jet richer ercls arc lade with mock
emernldo or garnels se In l.iementer1e. )
Orllnarly the bOlllce Is trimmed only upon
the front and the sleeves and back remaIn
The nlonlshlnl garniture composed or n
V rosele under each ear that fut burt upon
n dumMonnllml Ilublc ) at the Concourse
Ilppquo ! last year far from being lroppell
as eccentrIc bas taken an untorseen development -
opment , antI the rosettes or last year arc
V now mill. Almost anything enormous may
be placed on each side the collar ball : a
bow or Ion/ loops that Project back ali
front ; n rosetta wih eMS llat fail over the
bodIce In front : n hunch or flowers nestled
In a hugo ruche , or n knot or white Inco.
But to If 1 all lie truth these extravagant
models are copted only with modification
by conservative women or tusle.
Strictly speaking , ParIs has no matinee
gIrl , none after the American conception.
PLAI COTTON TIM ED WITH WITE ,
That cmbnation or girlIsh \e3ul ) ' , chic dress
V and respectability that In our country fri-
. - , quents the afternoon play to so John Drew
or some ether drawIng rot hero tall ; Ideal
love , 10s not exst ! In France. And the Ideal
lover , according 10 cur noton : , can hardly
be ald to have : a developd existence , either ,
for the ) ' 011 , people of French laY9 have
their affairs arranged for them , and love
scenes are Iermltell only to the married.
Then the abnce or Innocent love making In
the PlaY and the absence at the romantic
gIrl In the stalls are signs eC a Ire arrangd
01 a basis dllerent from ours.
Dut the French gh'l goes to matinees , not-
V ' % lthstanllng : she Is talln to the Theater
Frncaieo on a Thursday -to see "i\ntigone , "
\r another discreet ca&lc , In course spe-
daily arrange for her InstructIon , and she
Is taken on a Sunday afternoon to the Conservatory -
Icrvatory at Music , to hear a correct syin-
Ihony cmeert :
- , ' Turning ar tram the grand boulevard a
ahort block and turning agaiii at lie next
anglo one comes upon two mounted iohlers ,
, sign that . a reception Is In progress at the
conservato.y jUst beyond. "A feW steps fur- .
thor and on faces the classic : music center
or Paris. ' I Is Sunday - afternoon and time
for the matinee. Splenlld equipages pass In
and out of the court yard , Irreproachable
bourgeoisie descend and exchange greetings
with the ease or conservatives among those
they regard as equals ; carrIage doors
bang , laclleys' heels fly , subdued murmurs
fl the ilr . '
fleyqnd tile Greek rlstyle that serves as
foyer one comes Into (1w concert hal , a
Jlldcus little quadrangular snle of red ehoeo-
late stenciled over with straggling acanthus ,
like a town hal In n country village. The
wals are ranged round with tiers or open
, boxes and the top Is wreathed with I man-
' sard pennd r Into dark cells : In the cells
people racked like sardines : , at five francs
a head , with no possillly or seeing Into the
! ie , such b the vogue or these concert
Here at the conservatory may be seen the
Ideal atro of the French girl as It Is In
IL Is extremely slmplo. A wool dress untrimmed -
trimmed , n wide lace collar or I yoke or embroIdered -
broIdered muslin ruffled round , or n p\ston
that was t"1 mode for elders ten years ! ,
for not on any ncocunt may this' young girl
wear ' fashionable novelties , Such trlvols LS a
rosette under each ear would bo a scandal
on a I.'rench girL Dot the curious thing
about this drss Is that there are replicas oC
it , two , three , five , according to the number
of girl In a family , the custom or dressing
V sisters alike being ono or the French ways
ot effacing the Indlvldllly of Lice unmar-
. ned fcmale The elect Is dlsareeablo : one
' may tel rate two on the grO\11 , ot blanco ,
but three or more grow Into a nightmare
after I little contemplation. V
This ts not at all the American idea or n
nmUneo iirl. . : .
Notwithstanding hero .all there n gown Is
to be seen that the American school girl
I ' NEW : no DCES ,
' , vould fInd charming. The following wu
' /r at a matnee at the oierei I Isjf
blue "Ik : thu skirt Is laid over II two deep
plals on each side the front breadth : tl '
bodieD Is 1 blouse gathered at top and Lol-
tom , anti down over each shoulder seam Ii
n strip or while guipure insertion coins tour
Inches wide that instead or ending In thu ;
4 arm seam continues on over the sleeves .
t This lacr , which forms a sort or long yoke ,
p ' I. bordered all round with a .Ik rute , with
an effect extremely geol A white rIbbon
1"18eS round the waist with a bow behind
nnd no ends _ _ _ _ _ _
OJl I'U UIU IH'ltIAIT\
Dr , Annie " 'II\ln hiss ) : nti'reil Inlo it
ly 1"1.11 or'IIr" ' " Wurk ,
DrlnGlng UI ) by hand the deadliest or little
disease germs Ilud'lng their habits , training
them carefuly In lho way they should ge ,
anl then killing them ol with leatneu and
dl.patch-that Is a new occupation for wo-
enen-aud not 10 queer a It may . seem lt 1
lrlt thought , for the greatest discoveries In I .
the sciquco of medicine have been made In
thla way"oOatl years. lactcrlology has cal-
V quere' ' malllx , laid diphtheria low , has
V \on lbtnl chance wIlls consumption , and
sill surely take more or neath' ground out
' from under his feet before long.-
This interesting floW for women has been
opened Iy the appointment of Dr Annie W
'Williams to bo an assistant bacteriologistS
S In the New York city health dl'I'arlm\nt ,
For that , llllcr , the feld hD' beenpel 11
ties t1 . ut the pl.co th1 thoughtful gIrl
lisa made for herself In It . .
ha hereH shows that Il Is I
suited to any other woman who has the
taste and the training
11 Williams Is 1 shy little woman who V
now spends most ot each day nl n desk In
the health department's laboratory , across
the beautiful Inclose court In the criminal
court building Cram the chamber In which
the famous Hecorder Gait metes out justice.
She was found watching the contents of n
filter , drIpping tram n glass tunnel into 1
wide-mouth flask , and containing microbes
enough , no doubt , 10 put hal the popula-
tOI or ( lie city In their graves. She was
not In thc last afraid or them , however.
"The work Is not a dangerous or as hard
as that or a practicing physician , " she said ,
"and them Is nothing about I that n woman
has not lhc ( strength to ilo. I won't agree ,
thougl , that n wcman can manipulate bac-
teria any better than n man , for when a
lan has had long experience In this work
he acquires quite ns much delicacy or touch
as n woman , Hilt really , please , I don't
want to talk about I , for 1 am very , very
. V Miss Williams always had a taste for mc-
.dlclnal study , but I was only lately that her
interest In the stud ) ' or disease germs led
her to decide that she would make It her
life work. She st\dlOI me.lclne In Lelpslc
and In the Women's Medical college or the
New Yerk infirmary , graduating Cram the last
named institution In 1892 , She had made a
specialty or anatomy , a 11as : nt once apPointed -
Pointed ass stant 101M' Professor or 111thol-
ogy.Last summer "he obtained permls310n to
study In the city's bacteriological laboratory
the evil mlcrcbe thai causes diphtheria. tier
work was so thorough that she was asked to
give her lmo 10 the city , continue her work
and take n goad limbo on the pay rols , She
Is a sweet-faced , serious-miinlecl young wo-
man , who Is more nt case with microbes than
with newspaper talk , and who seem 10 I
wholly absorbed In her work She combs her
larl , hair flralghl back , ( tresses sllply ; has
large intelligent gray eyes , and moves about
with a quick , tprlngy step that betokens en-
her surroullngs are cldlclve 10 the scl-
entitle splrt : , Microscopes of high power are
stallcnell here and there. Test tubas , canhln-
ing myoterhous looking liquids , their mcuths
closed with colon baling , stand In rack9 on
the desks ; bottles range In rows on every
elicIt , retorts , flasks , or all shapes and sizes ,
beakers , copper blers , are overywhere.
llII , \ i J\t I G.
A New liiiiustry ' ( ) IHiiieiI for Enterir1sing
Women \'hl 1"\ . , 1.110 :111"y to hives
I Is astonishing to learn that the emanll
for n natve food Iloduct exceeds the supply
In Amerl a's commercial world , yet Il Is a
fact us regards mushrooms. Not because the
facilities nro lac \I ' : i , ! lrl country and an-
burb oIer excellent advantages for lie ! rowIng -
lug of tho.o toothsome delcacIes , Nor Is the
supply deficient by , reason at the expense at
raising ' \lcm , for there Is probably no pala-
table product or the sol more cheaply cult-
Tile only excuse for the poverty or this industry .
dUbtry Is that Americans have not yet re-
allied how much money and Ile work
there Is In a crop Said an expert French
grower lately : " , l seems strange that . In a
country of 70,000,000 , where double the price
Ie paid for mushrooms over any market , the
simplest Industry Is unknown , " Be was alco
astonlshel that ciy foiks-especlaily the
poor-o not utilize the cellars ' or temment ;
"luses , This Is not I lad Idea , for the
rental to poor creatures or these unwhole-
some lIving abodes cannot possllly reap the
Income that a plentiful mushroom crop would
This cellar industry need not De confined
to the very poor , , altliqugli' IE i would mean to
thol I livelihood unattainable under any
other circumstances , and multitudes or city
pcple who hover use the cellar for aught
but the furnace or olds , and ends of' ' rub-
btsh might ' "go In" for growing a vegetable
that requires smal care and brings a good
unwavering price. No objectIon need be
raised as to tie uncleanluess of the experl-
monl 'fhe odor or the manure necessarily .
used In making the beds can be done VavayV
wlh , and the hygienic effect of the earth Is
nol In lie least l unfjeyorabie.V i
'ho cost of , such ' n winter garden V Is slight. ,
Alt the manur required can be bought for
25 cents the carl load. The English , brick
spaw ( which Is better t'lan the French
fakel ( ' Is secured for 7& cents-r $1 a pound.
The beds yield a most prolific and continuous
harvest which biIngs In a return at 25 cents
10 $ i,25 n pound. That a grower can always
find a marllet foe \ his garden there Is no
shadow of doubt.
FOR HOlE CONSUMPTION .
Those who do not wish to go Into the lnsl-
nose extensively need not glvo' up the entire
cellar to the . cultivatIon . or mus'rooms , I the
space Is valuable for other reasons. The
mistress or lie house can experiment In
boxes that will le less trouble to her than
Ito terns she grows In her window , or lie
tin cans of greenery the tenement dwellers
are taught-by the sobiologist to encourage at
. their sills. Her artistic sense may not ba
equally gratled , but her pocket book will
feel the result , unI"S \ , tp her Interest. there
are few city wor ; , I , , wager , who do nol
year to dig nroun\ ! \ Ifl.liO. ; \ . warm earth and
personally growing things. look aftr ! grelt bed of hiving ,
Par these women who would like to experiment -
ment on the advantages at such a lucrative
profession , these practical hlntn as to the requirements -
quirements for success In the Industry uiiay
be interesting , especially lS they come from
Mr. Falconer , whose master grdenlngshlp
has made Charles A , Dna's mUb room caves
at Dosorl , I. I. , one of lie most perfect In
I Is requisite that lie cellar have a con-
sisteuut low lemlierature , lhp moisture abet-
( lag more than hlnllerlng success Mushrooms -
rooms will nol thrive where there arc
drught50 the usual city cellar , whose
only vcnlalol Is obtained through lhe )
stairway that Ieads franc the basement , 1
JuE right .
The cellar bhould be thoroughly cleaned and
limo wuhtl In the late spring and lie 'alis
lmo ! wals
walhed dawn with kerosene to kill germs ot
insect In July lie manure sbould be
iireparc'd for deedorlrlon. This condition
Is not rartcuJarlY desited by suburban
growers , for they Plant away from the living
house. Tao la)3 of simmer sun beating
down on a thinly laid Illot of manure relieves
the substance of any unpleasanlness. This
Is a dlnlculy for the ciy woman , but she
can prcbaby : make . terms for having ths :
done where she Ilurchases the rol ,
Beds three or tour feet In width should I
made ubout the wals , wlh a pathway be-
tween. Then shelf bells can le built up to
the height I at the cellar 10 utilize all available
apace. I the furnace Is In the cellar It
should bo boxel In by n thin brIck wall
1111 a larger body ef material lie ud In
prepstlng the lels , A bested cellar rropfriy
arranged furnishes I more Ilrolfc crop , hut
Ih' mushrooms Ire neither so large or EO
sold IS wllcn the air I cool I anl moist , A I
temperature er 10 tlereea Is the best hut
If Iho ( cellar I colder than HI'I the boxed
bess , covered with old \ bits of carpet or mat-
tnt , generate their own heat and preserve
favorable condiiiens .
I the room b.-comes 10 moist that drip-
IIngs ) ! era continuous tram the ceiing spread
olel paper over Ile entire 1lace so Ihe
, nolsturo can run oft lie sides .
lXICNSES SMALL , IIIWFITS LAnOE.
These preparations shoulr be fInished at
.lght expense for August planting , Spawn
can le bought at any reliable sees store He
euro 10 [ e ltW : sta\n , fer 1lanlng lhQ old
wilt La time thrown away . Ireak up the
.1)o\n ) In email plecfl. set is I In hue surface
ot the manure (1lon'l ( bury 11 , for this saves
IL franc too much heal : Uter two or three
Ila's earth should be lightly spread over the
beds and the work :8 : dune
'fite rlllwn planted In . \uguat ber In No- I
"emle : , EO a pat tf wisdom Is 10 provide ,
for a continuous suppjy ! rrpiii October to. .
May ly planting eal crop I month laler.
Afur May the edger fl0UI be entirely
cleaned out , for lh heat generates loa much
uncles uiiinoss .
A' 10 the product of such Crowing , some
con\'llclnl figures are prelenlel by a person
who has tried this scheme and from two Ct\
lau hail a yield c jOU 10 : , OQ pound of
mushroom , This Wo a successful , but not
a remarkable \aul , and one to b" cb
talneet t I ) any woman w/e brIngs JUgmEnt
antI tll rprire II" lie ( nnlure. A' II
(1II ) seehi , It \oe net require Ither capital
or tII" ; , In I cwhere , , tie l betel are
crying for frh supplies daily a woman
would find n difficulty In disposing at a
good , cash price or every bushel her cellar
woul ) 'lel , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
WASH 1IUcIC , \NU j'\UUCS ,
New Colon' , OrnlIIM , I'Iqnos and Trim-
mlnJN for Ilrlnl i&tilffA. .
After the long season at Ice and snow , ned : ,
heavy UD\-nshable house frocks , the sIght of
a few early print gowns buddIng on the
tree or fashIon I an agreeable relet ,
"Winter Is passed , " they all ecm to say ,
"spring Is here , and summer Is coming , "
singing this rapturous song In tones thaI
turn fat the calendar leaves , running tram
cell , gray March to scarlet July In hued
There are smoky orgnlles , dappled In :
white and chilly blue : crocus yellow batst :
and violet lawns , linens , muslns all glng-
hams , pink as azaleas , or barred In pepper-
milt flrllles : Illald madras and corn'ple em
broIdered Swiss , and , at last , . as lie , novelty
of the new season , cotonon .crepons , whose
crinkled eurfaces , colored or white , are strewn
with flowers In natural tints.
Indeed , 10 the winter-bound saul , never
were cotton slurs mare charming than now ,
hut the very best thing about the new wash
frocks , one Is glad to remark , Is that they
are lade with a stErn eye toward the can-
\elience ef the laundress. A few balltes and
ginghams there are , trilled and furbelowed a.
of old , anti built on foundations that can .
never know al honest bath
hut the Jewel wash gown at the day Is the
one that unfolds Itself for tile ( cub ' as shn-
ply as a clilhth's plzzle , and that a few
cunnIng tapes and lacking can shape again
as easily. .
The design of plain skirt and plain body
here shown Is n good and lashlng mOdel
for a track oC this sort.
Hs material are scarlet pique and scarlet
and yelow madras.
The skirt , which Is i or the Pique In a heavy
! I'alo all the familiar rIdged design , has 1
French circular front In one piece and a back
of two gores , made to hang In four godet ,
pleals with tapes.
These tapes are \ut on to tie ana . untie ,
and thin belt Is only sewed s ctrely to the
front and side portions ofthie.zk1'rt : the
lack , hid In heavy pleat that''I ) tn ( be
opened out for washing , Is basted to al ormia-
menIal bolt oC plain scarlet madras on . the
bias lhat ties In a bow at the heft l over lie (
tall or the body. , . _ _
There Is no lining , and the.tinpl turned
hem Is made wide enough 10 let out In case
A haircloth petticoat , smartY\.fa ; \ ed and
flounced to lie waist at the at\ , gIves ' , I a
modish set , V .
The bodice , In broken plaids , Is made or
five madras handllerchlers at an exquisite ,
quality. The same sort might V be found In
New York after faithful search , but the hand-
kerchiefs that realized this wonderful waist
were of the kind that In Martinique and
Santo Domingo are used by old negreses as
turbans The red tone or hone ( I the vivid
scarlet or lose August poppies , and the corn
yellow that crosses Is so Pale as to be almost
white. The red matches exactly list ( of lie (
plquo skirt , and the bay front anti bins col-
lar , which are sewed together and separate
from the body , are made or the plain cen-
ters of the handllerchlers. The \\Ide plaid
borders compose the waist proper lor It must
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GINGHAM OOWNS. ,
ll understood thaI a genuIne madras hand- .
kerchief may measure all the way from one
yard to three yards square , either of which
sIzes allowing for reasonable waste , will
still leave considerable material for disposl.
The bacl lr the bodice Is on the bias and
fits smoolhly across the shoulders. At the
waist It Is drawn In , and held trimly down
by n pair or tapes In a naqDw , coing ,
Another 10011 model for I wash frock 'that
Is a shade leis dashing , but not a whit less '
dainty than lie scarlet , might e taken from
the iustraton with the clr utayqke ;
The Ilco shown In this , ns , w'\P'i \ i" ' Iso-
where on the gown , Is the ' thick knotty ' Mat-
tese In I deep yellow. The material \ Scotch
glnglmm In n tender aPIc blossqm pInk.
Coarse white lawn , which \llslls ! minoirably.
Is its composition , and seams nri lapped and
stitched to Incloso whalebon s.
For house wash frocks or hess Messy seuls ,
haitlsles ! and linen lawns , matne jackets
and flounced skirts , are fa\'orel designs. .
The Jackets are hold In at ( tie waist , with
ribbons , and blouse fronts or mulu often add
elegant cfZects .
model , sleeves usually
With the jacket arc mualY
long , ending /t the wrIsts with turn back
fall the hand
cuffs or frIlls that Cal over
When the wash gown has a round waist
sleeves are bishop shape , made very full ,
antI : arc most becomIng to rounded arms
whoI three-quarler lenglh.
For the girl who even In her cottons must
have severe hines , lucre ( are wash materials
that lend themselves to admirable tailor
Pleated shirt er Elons form the bOllea or
these. Skirts or them are fary 10 the widest
limit , alll ore severely plain ,
A very swagger frock that hiss Just been
Imported f"r a New York girl , 18 a robln'- ,
egg blue pique ! , with trimmIngs or white .
The wide French elllrl has lapped seams :
no other trimming
Heavy whlo linen , In rever , collar and
cull ornaments the Eton hotly , which opens
over a pleated shirt of white mull. thaI , at
the waIst Is a soft band , clips through a
great 'Iwae buckle or dolt slrr and lur-
' . There ' turquoise
quose stones are als ? large
and silver buttons at each side oC the Elton
A plain gored skirt or whIte pique , that I
Intendell for ch'l mourning , has over ( lie
bOdy , which ends In a little peplum tail ,
Norfolk straps or black linen , These , to-
gelher with the ( narrow , turn-ver colar ,
cuffs and belt. all likewise black lnen , should
be remove : In wa8bln , as , no mater how
good the stuff , black I apt to beha\e badly
When It come te the new trimmings for
regulaton wash trocls-glnghams niuuhius ,
batsles and lawns-It really . Hems as I
they are lhe ( 1me a al\.a ) ' " .
TheN are the canoe white and colored embroideries -
broileries and recognized French laces , with ,
perhaps , a new design or two In each.
RIbbons , washall and unwahable , also
abound , all nol infrequently the narrow ,
old.fasbloned while linen braids are seen on
ginghams and piques.
I all comes lo this : Your wash frock may
ho or any Ilater or lrlmmed In any way
you like , Ilrovldlrg I Is becoming anti can
stand bathing , for since daintiness Is the
chief virtue at the cote gown , tl' woman
whose muslin billows are not Immaculate Is
seen In a sad Ughit.
'hu I'netry Ci ? niu'-3laIilig.
At l'Abbe Searron's little suppere , when the
vlandl were limited II quantity. Monsieur
l'Abbe would look appealingly al the main-
tenon , whom he grandiloquently dowered with
Immortality story. , " and murnlur , " 1lad'le , tell another .
The wit doubleu had the lacldent In mind
when he turned toward his hostess and crIed ,
"Madam" , 1 farther anecdote Is unnecessary :
thc salad I as delcat" & your humor , a
bland a your sympathy , and a piquant as
An old proverb says , that ( to properly build
1 salad , one must be n " 8pelHbrl for oil ,
a /hlser / for vinegar , a barrller for salt , and
n madman to stir I up " but It requires more
qualfclOM than the ! ; one must be 1
mathematician , nn artist , and n peel Only
an artist could properly appreciate the "green
and Glorious , " and none save a poet could
have expressed the lofty contentment or the
eplcurtn' ! oul-1 410 cannot hum me I I
have dined loday. "
Anyone amy combine cooked vegetables
or cold meal , and servo them with a dress-
Ing : but to make n trull , Xjolenl salad Is
an art , and , hike all artl lulres n natIve
gift developed by practico'anilchoao attention
ta detail. There are , howovat , n number ot
signposts to Ilolnt the war. 'ho inscription
on lie first ot these rea'tis flubs : "hl mica-
terlal used must be or Uao ' , sl. " <
A salad served at a MIleI as n separate
course , or with the gam& : suhJ ? bo uf the
crispest , tonllerest leltco ; ( tlth Romaine varl-
oty being the most pal 'nble ) , celery
blenched until Its native' gren hnll turned
to snow , chicory , tomatoo ' : rlle ( and Juicy as
the glowing poteranlo ; ' dicumbers sliced
so thin that thioy seen-uiuHo silken aments -
ments corn salad , escnroll dld water-cress :
these must be as cl 18 tiie'brcatiu or "free-
' " arid Messed with oil
dom's northern wind , nra ' al
and \'Inegar. .
These salads are grealY 11)rOved 1 hy the
111Ion oC a few fine herb , rush . "u.l green ,
all should never be gar Isltht.
Iii making lie French IIr \ sslng 010 may
allow one's native lrefCt ncc 10 como Into
I play Do you prefer the sl ooth- bland taste
or oil ? Pour two or three sPoonfuls over lie
lea\ es. I the piquant sharpness or vInegar
appeal 10 your uncultivated palate , dress the
loaves frst II that , for wherever cue hell
first vantage ground the other cannot remain
All the recipe books give dlr ctons for
French dressing , and he who ruins may reali ,
but the epicures InsIst Ulat you unix the salt
and \e\per with vinegar ali uo wIth oil ,
Ilurllg the oil on afterward II generous
Salads or cooked vegetables are not , per-
haps , 10 delicate And alluring ns those composed -
posed ot the fresh and lucculent treasures
of the Ittchen garden , which are gathered ,
"Innocent and green , " bt they are , uever-
theless , piquant ! anti delightful , and make a
very decorallve addition to a luncheon - or a
suiler ) .
These may be served either with n French
dressing or mayonalse.
To make a Perfect. mayonllse , the signpost
assures us that even the dishes anl\ \ utensils
shou11 be thoroughly chied ; It Is'safer for
an.amateur to use Ule yolks ot l\'o'I ! s than
ope ; these should ' le rapidly whIsked with a
wire spoon for a moment or two and then
the oil should be poured Insleadly , drop by
drop. When the sauce thickens add a little
vinegar or lemon Juice , ned then more oil ,
until the desire quantity Is ! secnred.
The query Is ofel heard , "or what shal
I make a mind ? " A French cook can combine -
bine some bits or cold mrat , a vegetable or' '
two , a chopped chevrll , one or two chivES ,
dress It with mayonnaiee . , and , lol ! the "dying
anchorite" would , Indeed , be templed. May-
onnalso Is , by the way , lie ( basis for I num-
ber or sauces.
The juice or boiled parsley colors It green
and Pounded lobster shell renders II coral.
Tartar sauce 19 mayonnaise made wIth tar-
agon vinegar , and , with the addition at
capers , a IUGchepped pickle , and a slight
favor oC chlvC
Another excellent sauce Is mayonnaise
mixed with chopped cucumber or grated
When cold fowl or meat Is used In a
salad , It should always be dressed with oil
an l vinegar before the mayonnaise Is added.
ThE o salads may be garnished beautifully (
with hard baled egg 'crimson radlshice ,
curled parsley , nasturtium leaves and owers.
There I I n certain charming descripton at
a blue violet ( salad , where the stemmed violets
gleamed hike sapphires on the bosom ot the
snowy endive ; It was coal , frgrant , delicious
ThL Is the poetry or salad making ; only
tIlDe = who have mastered the prose dare attempt -
tempt such Pesagus-hike flights , N. M. W.
T.\IUJ $ IIIRTS.
Women JIVO Jceomo Flstdlouq as to the
Cut amid I'lt or Their tIiirts.
The shirt waist has evolved Itself out of
the amaleur's hands. I must be made by a
tailor to be correct. Even ( lie eoulurlere Is
considered Incompetent when It comes to the
Ilttcncles or gusset and band : anti fold
As for the dozen cambrIc affairs made at
home 10 serve for the summer's necessities-
why they are not to be lenlonel In the
same sentence wllh the full bosomed creation
that ( cOlts from U to $0 apiece and has to le
laundered by a proro1lonll.
The raison Iletre or this ( seemingly extravagant -
travagant change Is this ; Shirt waists no
langei' remain al unimportant factor II lie
heated seasons to ho slipped on under I
blazer or Jlgaro Jacllot. They constitute the
slgnilcanl lem at ono's out-door wardrobe.
They are permlnlble everywhere , from the
roar garllens lt night to I morning luncheon
They are worn without outside covering , and
should therefore be IJrtecl In cut and correct
In Plyle ,
Madras , cheviot and pique are materials
best liked , The cheviot of II west variety Is
termed honeymoon , for re ; on of a raised
ridge full ot small cells that forms a strIpe
In the material , I Is extremely pretty , but
I fear the ( laundress will shake her head I
dubously ! at I , Time madras . Is the ( same we
Iave ; worn for three year.ald ! time pique Is
as delghltuly old fashioned as a modern
woman could wish I.
'h ' character of the cloth Is generally
shown In stripes , Checks are not favored ,
dots arc even less popular , INHI or aggres-
elves patterns are vulgar , so the ( stripes are
Hobson's choice ,
Amolg time samples shown me at two tash-
lonabe : shirt tailors , I found , also , that solid
colors were relegated to the back pages.
'rhoso brilliant pinks and blues that ( ( or-
merly confronted lrOrenadera last summer
have sunk forever into Inn.ocucus desuetude ,
let us hope. "
CrIsp white grounds with , pin stripes or
lavender , old rose 01' "baby blue , " make up
lie ( b.ei palerls for lalorJtshlrts for city
wear For the mountains or seaside come
havy coarse ehe\'lols wltrJtrllant ( red or
orange Stripes , but I Is ' good term to leave I
these al home Ir coming hzflotosvmm , even for
a day's shopping 1 I.
In patterns , the severe 'lyl with stIffened 1
bosom has gone out , I never was becmIng ,
but the ( gracefully full waist i. I A slight full-
ness Is gathered Into the. nelk and shoulder
band , providing for brea\It1 cross the busl ,
A narrow fold I stltchedcyr the shoulder
and the wllht securely fastemied Into a broad
belt , u far safer arangcwegfl' than tlo nma-
cur draw-string , Slecresi , of course , are
large , endIng In link onUs , i"o hose
sleeves fQ cents Is chag/eJra In lie makIng -
lug or Lie shirt , v
The collars mire built up wey high ; I they
are lured over the height ' extends to two
buttons , and then turns sharply back , giVing
a asnd.up effect. xlrelll will wear islam
I white collars on time striped shirts , nod It II
an economy , for , frequently , a shirt that Is
almost fresh has to . b discarded Into the
laundry because the collar Is soiled .
A box-plnlt Is put down the front and back
or some shlrls , In consideration or the pr-
vnling fashion In wool and silk waists , tnd
other more dressy have I pointed sailor
collar added below the ends
! yoke , whose extend -
tend far over the sleeve .
For the rest , the wall remains as heat
yenr-lhe faShion and fit or It depending
upon the tailor's art that built It up.
Women1 struRslo thIs season with the
fat tie Instead or lho ( tour-In-hanll. Satin
will not bl worn , but Irogrnln silk tnkl\
its place. The Dcrhy , whIch ! was so popular
In Lenten last fall , will have its nllvoc1
among lie "eportiiy" inclined gIrls. This
variety or tie Is of Scotch Incn II 10st bril-
hiant-and , to the cuninitlatei-umcharnnonious ,
colors The stilt plaid cheviot tie will also
be In vogue .
Plain gold or medhnn.szell : pearl studs are
to be the correel thing , the jeweled anti oxl-
dzell "nrlely left 10 the center box-plcat at
the wolen gowns
1'15bll" Not" . ,
New cotton materials have crepon erects , ,
Dlel , always a cold , ulbeeomlng color , I
no longer feshmiorinbie.
The new crepon chales displayed In lie
shops are ns pretty as silks and wear In-
Jetted lace or wide black velvet ribbon Is
the chosen garniture for black dotted fabrics
or every sort ,
Perforated taffeta rIbbons are one ot lhe
novelties. They are pretty ) and como In all
the attractive now colors
Silk III wool molro Is a modish fabric
for walking dresses I Is woven II chauige-
able elects amid Is very atyhiahi.
Hough straws II two colors , as cerise and
heliotrope , or ohl rose and green , arc
trimmed with reversIble ribbons and shadCt
ostrich tilts II colors lint match the straw ,
A large plcture.hat , with n wavell hrlm ,
hues a crown or Plrma violets , a stalln
spray or violets anti hedge roses , and a rose
cluster aunt n velvet bow beneath the brim.
Women who are not sensitive 10 the coM
are ulready wearing the new butterfly calS
or velvet , moire , etc" , JreCerrln this short ,
wavy pelerlne la lie more cumbersome circle
SomD ot the dressy , spring hats are trimmed
with ribbons of corded sIlk In rich stripes
or with handsome Persian satins ribbons with
grounds or the 10St exquisitely varying
Chambray Is once 10re In tavor. For
trimming tracks 'or ( lila pretty stuff are
broidery. ilounclngs of batiste , \I'lth S V sUletoed em-
Iiox-jsleated , Icled ( gathered , and godet
sklrl-backs are all liopular , and the fashion
or trimming each' of the' gored seams Is still
A toque of rough pink straw Is trimmed
with Jetted lacp , nrrngell as a fluted Al-
satan bow , twisted loops oC moire ribbon ,
same effective jet pins , and a cluster of
crush-roses at hue bacl"
The bang Is now little uscll In children's
hair. 'flue preferred arrangement for little
girls from G to 10 Is In loose curls aleut lie
face , with lie hair hanging to the ( ahoullers ,
the ends loosely curled.
A sort of peach-blossom tnt prevails thIs
season. I Is called "lilac do Verse , " and
Is the -exact tint or the Persian lilac , all :
thereCore quite different from the metallic
purple of the ordinary lilac shade. .
All the fashIonable shades ot green are
applied to straw , the deeper and lighter
dyes or "lilac do Perse , " rose-petal , geron-
lum-plnll , slver-gay , fawn amid the entire
list oC golden browns and yellows tram
primrose to buttercup , and deepest orange.
The check craze , which Is a feature of. .
spring fabrics , Is noticeable. Black and white , i
old rose and black , green and blnck checks , '
navy blue and white are special favorites. I
These chales have sell borders or black , .
or navy blue , with horizontal lines ar whie , i
Almost every bodIce of recent dale , for :
evening dresses and walking gowns alike ,
has a pouched front , which conceals the
waist line and overhangs the skirt. I Is
only directly at the center , for the side-
forms and .under-arm pieces are as close-fit-
ting as ever , and therein lies the charm and
general becomingness of the bagging front
, ; Fomlnhlo Notes
In South Australia woman suffrage limiTs i .
been established with full privileges .
MrsHenrietta King of Corpus Chnisti , Tex. ,
owns over 1,000,000 acres or land in ' that
slale. She Is a , \ \ }
Miss Iannlh 'F. 'Mace , Vassar ' 00 , Is now
an assistant of Prof. Newcomb In the United
States naval observatory It Washington
Boston boasts of a woman contractor Her
name Is Mrs Henry D. Crane , and she Is
most businesslike and Is notably successful
In her business
Ella Wheeler Wilcox Is nn untring patron
or manicurists , givers of facial massage ,
chlropodlsls and shlmpooers. She says she
believes , on principle , In being as good look-
log as ho Cln ,
While there are 10,205,228 married people
In this country , there are 19,94576 moro
whoV thouh - of morrlnlpnhln 31P. hnvn mali-
aged i In seine - way - to -evni - the , matrimonial
nose and remain In single blessedness
The "new woman" Is beginning to aSsert
herself even In conservative GermalY Four .
mass meetings were recently lucid In J : ln
to demand woman's suffrage , lot1 , for the
German Helchstag and the Prusslan Diet
Mrs. Olphant , with I record of seventy-
eight novels to h credit , must have literally
lured the midnlg1utoii \ " " , if , as Is sold or her ,
she never touches I pea In the day tince. She
thinks Iso stillness of thc night Is necessary
for good wrl\nl , , J , , '
Mme , Jod\li ) \ n , iJle est of V pioneers to
provide a Igher education for Englsh girls ,
Is 10 have n memorial nt Olrton college In
the forl of a eholarlhlp n31ell for her ,
She was one ot , the ( founders or G I rtol , 'rhe
sum or the scholarship , Is the same as that
or Radcliffe , [ Op , /
The Womon's Institute of MedicIne , In Sl.
Petersburg , which \.as closed \y order ot this
government some , years ago , Is about 10 bo
opened , once more by conpnand af the czar.
Former students who have obtained their
degree , wi be allowed to practIce as doc-
lars , n privilege hitherto refused them.
Mrs. M. B. Brown Washington , N. C" ,
has lately deeled her beautiful home 10 the
State Council ot Kings' Daughters , lo be
used al a home for Imheclo children , 'rhero
are sold to be 4,000 of such unfortunates
In that state , and I Is expected that with
this encouraging start or u place . 10 put
them tIme leglslaluro will snake an appro-
prlalon for its support.
Chicago universIty Is bemoaning the loss
or Mr Alice Freeman Palmer , who hues re-
slgnell her place In lie ( faculty of lint ( In-
stulon to spend I year of travel with her
husband . Pror. Palmer , who occupies time
chair or philosophy at , Harvard , ha reached
time year's vacation , which Is accorded once
In oven yean by Harvard to lion prores-
sons , and naturally Mrs. Palmer proposes to
enjoy It with Limo
The empress of Austria's hove of walking
arouses general curiosity dur1g her present
stay at Cape Martin . On her way from Al-
giers sue stopped at Marseilles , wher she
requested thaI no official notice should betaken
taken or her arrival , but that souse quiet ,
steady worklngmln should bo In waiting to
show her over the busiest quarters of the
town , A policeman was accordingly dressed
up 10 maintain lie diameter ,
AT TIE ! TOmm - OF ' ABRAnAM. - - , .
Two Pictures of the Cave of Maohpo1nb Are
in Exstenoe ,
SPULC"R : OF GREAT ANT QUIY
, ' ealouiy , ltendcd I ) ' Ih"lrm ! l'nlRtcl
Who Wi Not I'.rml ChrlllllN.or
Jest to 1111' ( thin Eiit'losiuro
I'rottul the ToliiIt ,
About twenty miles soulh ( or Jerusalcm n
pretty valley , luxurlnnl In golden wheat
fields , extends north and . south through lie
hill country of ancient Jlhka. Massive trees
so mare In met parts or Palestine , are everywhere .
where offering I gralelul shade along the
wlmln road I the hallam or the valleys.
The lull top' are crowned with small watch-
towers Pig orchards and vineyards cover
the sunny slopes , Reopens are bending over
the rl\enell harvest , just as we have so often
seen them plctnred. A quaint town e flat.
roofed , stone houses lies al the Coot or the
eastern declIvity or the mounlaln. In ( lie
outskirts 01 the opposite slle o the valley
are nUlerous threshln places , where cattle
, are treading out the grains as In the das ot
. remole antiquity ( .
The valley which I have menlonel ( Is lInt (
or anclE'nt Eechuoh I : the \ \'Ine'ards , V the licoil-
eric representatives or those ( prolific ) vines
which bore clusters that were d burden for
two stalwart 1 en. The town Is called EI
Inhlel by tIme present Arab popuuiatiomc.
Originally It was called Kh'Jalh ( Anita : later
I It was called Mature. Toilay I Is known l to
lhe ( Christian world ns lelron ,
Just 3,7M , ) 'ear ago Sarah , the wife ot
Abrahnm , died at hlebromu. ' 1he " 1 rleI11 or
Goil" hastened frolic Ueershcla 10 give the
body or hIs wife honorable intermcmit After
appearing before a genernl assembly oC the
people alli obtaining their Ilerml8slon to
bury his , wlrl In their country , Abrham set
out to select a suitable burial place His
ehoco ! cit loco I ) ' was a certain cave , leown
lien ( , as ever nferward , as tire cava oC' '
lachlelah , The com'e'ance or this ( piece or I .
property , according 10 the cusoiic ( or time
country , was also made In the prsnce of the
assemblld lpulace. The cave , wih the field
embrnclng I , was bought from phron , the (
Ilittite , Car $250.
I being the Invariable custom In lhoso
days to excavate tombs from lie ( sold rock ,
Abraham chose this natural tomb as a family
burial Illace , and after the uSI\I' ' lerloll of
mourning Sarah was laid away In' 'the vault
of Jachpelah , Thirty-eIght ) years later
Abraham died anti was burled In the annie
place Isaac arid Hebelmh , Leah ali Jacob
were also Interred In thIs family selllchro ,
Near the ( center or the town a Ire but
plain stone structure oC quadrangular ( arm
overtops lho ( surrounding buildiiis , lanl con\-
manrs an extenve : view bulhlll\S . , 'ailey. I
w called the Great Mosque , .ot HarRm , ali
surrounds the tamous cave or lachpelah , the
tomb or Abraham and Sarah. It.ie'the chief
object of Interest to all travel is' who visit
About the year 300 A. D , ' the devout st.
Helena , molher or the Emperor Con lanlne ,
during her p'lgrlmage ta Palestine , \siteth !
his ( sacred spot , and afterward erected theron
a magnificent church , but thIs ( Christian
church was converted into the great Turkish
mosque , which now enshrines the ( lust at the
patriarchs mentioned. The 'church , or
mosque proper , Is surrounded by a masive
wall , fifty feel In height , enclosing a space 1tS
feet long and 12 feet wide. These walls are
without windows , and construcl er pro-
dlglcus stones , varying tram twelve to th'rty-
clght feet In length The entrances arc at
the norther and southern ernie , and are
reached ly a long flight of atone steps lendIng I -
Ing to doors that open to the court within.
A lal vestibule connects lhie.outer en-
trance with the court of the liarenc . , which
Is paved with polished stones. . , ,
In a dIng room oft the Inner portico are
the chapels of Abraham and Sarah. . These
rooms are dark and glooncy and contain
cenotaphs covered with beautiful green siken ,
carpets , embroidered In gold ; Indeed , all the
sepulchres Or the patriarchs and thus ' ( iraped ,
and those or their wIves are' In' red , ein-
broidered In a similar manner. This 'costly
drapery of the tombs Is renewed from time
to time. Eli Dly , who visited them In 1807 ,
counted nine siken carpets on that of Abra-
Christians and 'ews are excluded ' from the
Great Mosque with all the halred"and rIgor
or Moslem fanaticism , and only t lie "faith-
ful" are ever permitted to enter ' tile cave.
For this reason I bas always bOon very dl-
fcul to obtain reliable . informatIon concern-
lng these tombs. The Jews consider this
cave the burial place or theIr ancestors , and
entertain for It time deepst reverence : they
are , however , only allowed 10 approach the
exterIor wall at a point where the real rock
or the cave of Mlchpelah Is exposed This
they kiss and here they wail , as Is theIr
custom lem. before the couple walls or Jerusa-
lem.Tlo only Europeans who were ever per-
miled lo enter the ( Inram enclosure were the
Prince or Wales and suite , Mn Ferguson ,
tine Marquis or flute , Eli neY-a Spanish
renegade , Giovanni Finatti-an Italian , amid
a Greek Ilholographer.
ito explained to me how I occurred that he
obtained lie rare privilege 01 entering this
sacred mosque , and hew he was notlQlly per-
mlted 10 enter its holy precincts , , , /ul was
authorize to photograph the tmIJ/1 qf , Abra-
ham and Saralm The sultan at ' 'uay. } wish-
log to secure photographic % ' , of said
tombs for his private collection , sent nn
order to this Greek photob'apher sit Jerusa-
lens to obtain such views. 'rhe order was ac-
c0lP3nled by I frman bearing the seal and
signature of the sultans , The photographer ,
knowing the sacredness or the shrine and
time bitterness of' Moslem fanaticism , espe-
emily at lebron , threaded the execution of
hula commission , but ( lie auitan1s order must
bo filled. Anusied with the firman , anti re-
menibeming that there was a conipaniy of
Turkish soldiers statIoned at Jerusalem , lie
set out for ilebron.
Ordinarily , ( lie advent of Europeans at
hlebron iii a meummnons for ( lie assemblage of
crowds of iniupudent chiildrenm , and Insolent
and malicious adults. And what mnlghit ha
exisecteil when a photographer susarchued up
to the entrance of ( hue great nsosque-whmen
( heir toluislo was to be entereth usuid thefllotl
by a Christiomi dog-still worse when tmoir
"holy of hellos" was to ha invadeil by a
camnuemal Thu town was mtooii afiamsio with ( lie
news of the hirofanlation of Machupeltsii. Tue
approaches were sooni blocked with ( ho in.
suIted amid half-frenzied Moslem , They gathi.
cred arousmil ( lie uiiotograp'her amid shouted
their thlrcatemiiuig lurotestationa , Surrounsdeil
by guides anti guards , ho showed lila firunan
from this sultans , Tue more Intelligent read
it and exphalnieth it to ( lie Igmicranut ; they could
riot believe ( lint the sultan would give such
I an order , and continued to threaten amid jeer.
TIme uhioogmaphier ( feared stonIng or some
formic of norsontal viohemuce , but lie fluially got
within time outer gate , when this keeper of
( lie mosque excluded ( lie nnore domoimstratlvo
elomicets ( . Even wIthin ( lie outer vaiis lie encountered -
countered opposition at every turn , nuid ver-
mission urlder the authority of the firroan
was everywhere sullenly granted. The cern-
era was sot hastily and all was delis under
intense ( rephihatlons ; hue secured , however ,
two negatives of ( lie tombs of brahmam and
Sarah and uaa glad to wihidraw ( 'as quickly
- - - ' - -
I' ' Qiiaket
' OATS a
The Child Loves It.
\1 \ The Epicure dotes on it , The Dyspeptic dcnn 'ids
1 it. All grocers sell it , Do you eat it ?
cA Sold only in 2 lb. Packages.
as possible , consiilemlng hImself fuirtunide to
escape without vIolence , Thuo wife of the
photographer stateti to ace that she hail to
nurse lien husband several ilays in beil after
( lie fiery ordeal through . which ho passed at
This , I believe , was the first and oaly
camera ever within ( ho walls of the Oreal
Mosque. Two years previous to this I vIe- V
lteil ( ho hlnmatn with my camera. hut was
only hsermitteil to photcugmaphu the extemior
and tIne gramcd staIrway from a court nilja.
ccitt , On this occasious I warn accomsclsanieti
Liy a native gtiide end "Shiek hlnuicz , " the 3
mayor of ilebron ; btmt , notwithistnuuhiuig the
official thigniiy of misy escort , I was subjected 4
to coutahicrable incshence anti Annoyance.
There Is probably tin lilacs In l'alestino
where fanatlelsull Is moore bitter and where
( ravelers are subjected to greater Moslem
nuiilemceas thinr at I ieiimnls , For iscaisy con-
tunes bigotry 51111 Igisomnusco have Ileld cx-
elusive control of thui anti ninny other sacred
I places. .4
tummnn ( lit' eleventh , twelfth amid thirteenth
centuries Christians visited Palestine to recover -
cover nnti defenti ( heir shrine , Now they o
(0 Ito passIvely susubbed by lalautcismu , how
notichi longert JAMES ltlCAl4TOr4.
" ' "
1'7" ' '
l'rons Ilalnin to California , ( liii , is itaw ciii.
deitlic. The $ O'llihittniis , itre miitlcil the sauna-i nc.
nitienizs , ( 'atarrht , 1'tuIui iinti $ trenes mm UI )
I irati and Chicit , Cough , i4rtt Tilroat , (101101 at
'rostiattoni , and I'est-r.
Takeli caulO' , CuIM it short proniptly.
'I'iken while epidenile , ltre'euuis tttu invasion ,
Taken wliiht' siirlnig , ctiu'us smi'e.iily ,
' 'TV , it'itlVeh . ) ' Ciire CoIls ; it ss'lll ' 'Ironic up"
flu 05)5(111 ( i I ii cell i hint 'hangs oi , ' '
AT TIlE BEGtNING
of an ilines there Is always I'ever. ivOc the
attendIng mthi'siciaic cnllmctu , tilagitese ( iii thlseaFe 3
at title early i.tage. A few ilosra of tSr. lIons-
thrt'ys' iit'cimic I'o. 1 iiiii' disli'ato ( lie Fever
and Preveict the mit tack ; at least it will surely
lessen tue severity of the tiiease.
Fevers , Conigestions , lnillalisiiiotioics , anti I'isllc ,
are euu'etl by No. I ,
It in doubt as Ito ( lie disease , or ( Ito Sniecillo
neeie4 , give No. 5. 4
If ( lie oilier $ pc'ctmlea tb not act promptly ,
alternate vithi 5.
Sick Ihendaclics , Vertigo , headache rnni ! ncthi-
gestion , excitement , or oIlier catiseil , lire pmnuitt.
ly rehlevd by thV. i1unipuire's' iueclmic No. 0.
flYS1kPIA , .
InthigeFtioni'itsk Stomach , and all forms at
bIliousness , are cumed by Dr , inuruliltreys' lips.
curio No. 10.
\'ltli nn.sn' mersons IndigestIon ofteuc simulates
( 'Ol'lUlcl5ttiCfl , softening or ( lie brain , ! lmrL dis.
east' , anal nwrs ntis oxltniittjon , while they are
really the 'Ietintt nichy of vel'y cuinbiti Io'spep.
sin , or Weak Stonisiicii ,
Cmup , Inmiaminatory , ipasmicotiic , ant even
iflenibmIloUlt , as veli as i.aryncgitls ( orotip of
attulttd , are cured by tSr. hIunitiiroya' pecltio
Eczenna , iryslmtelas , Olives , Stilt fllieum , all
yIeld qtilcltly to ir. hlunnpicreys' Sutceiflc No. ii.
For clearing ( lie coniiplexlon of blotciles and
nlmutle'i , anti for initartiiig to the skins a. clear ,
healthy tint , No. 14 Is supreme.
Uric acid In Cite blool b , ( lie cause otrhit'unca-
ttsiu , ant while eItOttiln'e isrut intemperate habits
may aggravate the syniurtomns , Cite neal cause Ii
tue Iiitnerteet , sctton at ( ito kIdneys. Di' . itulti- V
ltliri'"H' t'lCCtllC No. 55 opens Cite clogged ducts
itliti permits tito secretions to off-Uio cure
following quickly. V
IF IN DOUBT ,
Send for a copy of Diilumplireys' Miucual ,
WhIle 1)r. liunupllreys' Specifics np tlm en-
sends of slmitllcliy Iii ciiolee or use , 3ct as seine
may bo nuzzled t'tn ( ito dIse'tso or ( lie pitrticu-
mar Speetntc rrcmuirel , a letter to Dr. Imununtiureys
will receive siilm pioetsmonai attentIon anud lu.
nieIicai advice without charge.
ilumiiiireys' ipet'iitcs ame Put U in small bet.
( los of pieaeaat polIets lit the pocket ; 20 cents
each , or five for Sl.O ; icily ia asortel. For sale
by all druggist , , or , , ent mirepaid on roecinit oC
price ; ooUrsi'simii'vs' atulolciNE COMi'ArT ,
Cor. William and Julia streets , New York.
M I f'
ii ! ' ,
This oxraordiuary Rejuvenator Is ( ho most
voitderful discovery of ( lie age , It has been '
cudoised by the httadingiicientlmia mon ofLunopq
o.ud America , V
. ' puiueiy vego. ,
table. ' 0
rrcmatirencs . _ ' .
h155'oflS LOeV1 , ityrsa
( onstipation , lizziiicas , Falling Ilcuisatlors ;
Nervous Twitch lug ci' ( tic "yen msmstl other paita.
Strclstlsons , invigorat's soil toot's th.u entice
s"teiti , Iludyanu cures Debility , Nervousness ,
Lmirsioiis , anid ovclo1'cs Omits restores weak
Urgali , Paints in ( lie back , ioses by day on I
ncighitaroetohupcd quickly. Ov.'r 2,000 private
h'mcuiatuutoniewimeanslmpotenry In tlso first
stage , j t is a ymmlptorn of iesulntal wenkrsems anti a
iarrcnEcsit , It cnui be stopped In 20 days by ( be
050 of hinmtlyami.
The suew iliscovery was made by ( ho htrtccil
itt , otthie old femous ii uts'tmi ISlodicisi InisU.
tiuti , . It is timustruntgt'a vitalIzer sands. Itia
verypowerful , best ltarmbeioi. Sold for S1.00 a
nacitagoor ( I tackitgcs fttr (5.O ( plain enhed
boxes. Vritton guarantee given for a euro , It
Od hitsy six boxes aumd are hot cuitirchy cuTed ,
sIx snore vilt ho semit to you free of all changes ,
Send forcircuiara and tesUmonlahs , Address
HUDSOH MEDICAL INSTITUTE , '
1O3 MARKET ST , ,
SAN FILANCISCO , CALIFORNIA.
2' ! ! , I N 4 ? 7JfJf5 ItIC.1tI'I ) 1. ,
_ _ _ Tammant's Extract of Cu.
/kUri helm anti L'apuiba ma a safe ,
t- aT cerium and quick cure for
, a' s--se ' ( E-t : goroiriteti auud ghost and is
1L47.4U3. . \ \ " 'I old-tried rerlietly for all
IVIIt'dV"t of ( it" urtnary or-
Itt ( ! I 5flhiI , Combluuing in a highly
? P5lI concentrated turin ( lie me.
dlt'inai virtues of culiebs
% i IWi . ! and capatba , it. portable V
/I.1I Iiapc , freedom from ( alto
\ ct1c'i' auid speedy action cunlttg ins
ices tirimu titers spy oilier
. , irerrutiun ) make It "I'ItIS
MOWS' VAL.ITAUi.Fi KNOWN
ltmMi.tlY. 'ro iruvent ( fliuth ,
see ttt uvcry nackal's hiss a retl sifip ucrosa ( lie
( ace of itiiei , with tue iinature of Tarmant .5.
CO. , N , Y. , upon it. 1'itiCl. 11.00. tOold by au
DR. C. GEE WO. V
WHO IS HE !
lie is one of ( lie most
skillful of Chinese doc.
tori , because of liii greal
knowledge and cures.
. ' lLavIniz been eight years
In this medIcal coilejs of
. ' China he understands the
. lnsmediitto action of over
s.teQ remedies. With foUrteen -
teen year. of prscllce arid
V over fvUr ycsra'of ( list
time in Omabaitieajlven
V him a reputMiton eked
-V . . , tP b tiiousnt1i of triitl.
. V V manual' in curios ISYISIIY
. ' ; . , V V "CIIAIIAC'fiOlt of discase ,
wnelher Cliii.NIC 011 OTiLiitSVI8i , Pr , C.
Use Wo guarantee , a CUrS ill every case or the
enoasy wiii La refunded. Consultation free. Send
a Iwo.ccli ( stiirnit for book anti quealioa lhajckl ,
Di' . 0 , Gee , We , , tt1iNlOtli lit' , OiflhihaNeb S
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