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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, FEUHVAHY 1, 1003.
IN THE DOMAIN Of WOMAN. 1
'to rstrh dust or dirt. Walla maj bo tiled ! dent ornaments nre belr, mn J In linen
, , i , , . , nn.l rut Ion for iuo on the wan irocK.
or fe.lr.l with hardwood, pointed, covered Vn nn, Bm(Mi(t ,,r(fliin
i'n afnani' paper, or iiii iiu u. i, ,i n. v - , nnvclUoa f,ir aprlne They Hie nitRe, nn i
rosary, twice or more a jcir, t a
cost, ami kept pct a id clean. The
I TV'IU' I'T I lie HIP lliiW",
small) lined with chiffon frllK nml. tin tule. In-
color ! 'ended to hi cotnpuny toiiuc nvide of the
1 wt.rir.v 01 nonce, amo, a s.oi w Turnover collars i.n.l
srern hem most r.trul to mo fv, at- p;,n,s of th sen. The
tractive, and therefore more preferable.
Kloore. mny be tiled or hard-wood oiled,!
finished with a quarter round at Junction!
of floor and mop-boards, thus closlna; up
toua Kon thi: niF.n-oiT.
Iare Gown. lllh-eokm Boillr anil
NEW YOKK. Jan. 30 Never was the
power of drrsi felt more than now, and
never tun !r f In all Its detail more per
fect. At home or abroid the clever woman
of the h'Hir In Rhe who mukca obeisance to
the Gid'lieR Kashlon, and they who turn
their back upon the' lady may be likened
to the vlrirlns who allowed their lamps to
go out. The old saying that beauty un
adorned la adorned the toiottt la now read
only In the copy books. The world know
better an, Indeed, It has always known
except In sentimental maxim.
Consider the costume of the women who
dine nightly at many smart restaurants
bout town, and see to what heights of rle.
Kance fatfhlon doth aspire. The eld so
brieties In color and material, the grave
restraint In the matter of Jewelry, which
once marked the diner out, are ronsplcu
cub by their absence. At the mere pre
tentious tlares a riot of ball room finery
is seen, white lace frocks blooming on the
showiest nights, gema .twinkling In lavish
profusion from every bosom.
There seems to be only one restriction,
and that la that tbo bare neck cannot bn
shown In public dining rooms, though many
compromises for the decollete waist arc
made with lace yoke and gultnpes, whose
fragile meshes are anything but conceal
Ing. The Btockless bodice, something cut
Out only a trifle below the collar line
may be admitted, though tho wearing of
a hat with them Is one of the require
ments of good taste. It Is only the woman
who has apartments In the hostelry who
may go without a hat at the public table
but even she la most frequently seen with
White and tinted rloth, with Insets
cf rich laee and bands of fur, compose
many of these beautiful gowns, whose
models are often of a surprising aim
A lace bodice, with a black velvet, net
or silk skirt, Is also a frequent combina
tion and one which affords endless possi
bilities for variety, as It Is always easier
to achieve a waist than an entire costume.
Some of the lace bodies seen at the best
restaurants are as modest in material as
they are charming In effect, plain and fig
ured nets of inexpensive' sorts being com
bined to produce elegant results. The
plain net Is folded In narrow biases, which
are fagoted together to form stocks, cuffs
and ornamental yoke bands. The rest of
the bodice, which frequently closes at the
back with tiny net-covered buttons, wjll
be of the figured lace, and a bias of colored
velvet, fastening with a gem-set buckle,
will girdle It at the waist.
One stunning odd bodice lately seen at a
fashionable restaurant was of white groa
grain silk and Irish lace, this four Inches
wide and shewing one smooth and one
scalloped edge. 1 1. was put on with a yoke
and Jacket effect, with the tucked silk cut
away underneath to show layers of chiffon.
All bodices and gowns with transparen
cies are built upon chiffon foundations, silk
urfacea being considered too hard for
proper relief. .
With this fine waist, which may be copied
with Imitation Irish lace, was worn a
aapphlre blue velvet skirt and a hat re
markable (or its oddity, one of the scoop
ing shapes. of the season and white zlbellne
felt In material. Ermine faced the high
upcurving brim. At the back fell the only
other trimming, a long, straight end of
lace and a queer looking black plume,
whose thick quill pierced the furred brim.
Bitting Bull never owned a more warlike
headdress, yet the pretty girl who was
lunching In It Beemed. eminently civilized.
At the same table was a costume gar
nished with deep fringes, which are now
seen on tho most elegant Imported gowns.
Made of pale brown satin-faced cloth, a
network of plstachn green braid surmounted
this brown and green bordering, which
edged tho bolero and a tunic In deep points,
A vest of green velvet, embroidered with
black, coral or green, showed at the front
Cf the little Jacket, which was completely
covered with tho braid netting. Tho belt
T-as also of the velvet and the open sleeves
fell over puffs of plain cloth.
White ostrich feathers deck many of the
large hats worn at these public luncheons
tnd dinners, and breast knots of while or
purple violets, fashioned by the milliner,
are not uncommon. These are mado of
narrow satin ribbon, so cunningly bunched
and knotted as to seem the real thing, with
green leaves of the plant and the ribbon
and cord tylngs of the florist to aid the
deception. The price charged tor such a
bouquet 13 50, one of which will outwear
twenty of the florist's; wherefore the reason
of the ribbon violet is obvious. Conven
tional artificial violets are never worn In
his way and even ribbon ones must ac
company costumes of the dressiest descrip
tion. "Oyster-white" Is one of Dame Fashion's
new titles for a tint that Is neither whito
nor gray. Entire dinner gowps, with
fingers cut In the cloth, are icon In this
off-shade, whirh is radiantly enhancing to
pale dark women. One very fine costume
in thjls material showed lace bands Id the
aame tint and borderlngs of chinchilla fur.
This was recently worn at a dinner, a
huge white flower at the left side of a lace
and chinchilla hat contrasting magnifi
cently with the luky locks of its wearer.
Another smart frock showed the possi
bilities of cut-out cloth against velvet, and
displayed one of the daintiest fads In trlm
ing. This was a ruche of raw-edged black
net, which In a single narrow line trimmed
the bottom of the skirt and tho edge of the
eccentric little bolero. The o'her materials
were Ivory white rloth aud black and ivory
Gowns in ombre and lace that new
brownish cream frequently how touches
of the most delicate -nude of violet, In
painted or appllqued flowers, and with the
heaviest laces thinner ones will be used,
the two so stlched and blended together a:
to seem but one sort.
An evening dress treated In this way
combined a heavy cream lace with black
chantllly, these shaping In the white silk
skirt a tunlr effect, whose deep points
framed medallions of pink rrepe roses.
Folds of black and pink chiffon edged the
bottom of the skirt below a border and
scattered sprays of the appllqued flowers,
others showing on the blouse, which was
almost entirely of the brick and cream
The hat worn with this superb dress
seemed simple by comparison. The flat
crown wis of pale pink roses, and the brim
of black tulle in loose folds. A fall of
black chantllly graci fully finished the
Many beautiful and rare bits of Turk
ish embroidery are spotted on these smart
ter flowers for white, and the stifflest
blooms are everywhere preferred, from the all cracks and crevices where vermin may
queen of flowers, the camlla, down to the i lodge and become an Intolerable pest. Or,
If floor Is old and cannot bo kept clean
' without great waste of time and labor, it
tiff are as the
are nvst correct
when In nil While nmt In their e l.l born t
forms are very exiientve. ltnth (lifts anil
collars are wider than tiny were Lint
Petulant" made of velvet to match the
materlnl of the pown ore n new wrinkle.
Tin v Hre made of strips of Velvet, rolled
into semblance of u bud. and lire (in cf-
fectlve change front chenille und silk pen
ovcred with llneoletim, which may "". V f ' ih , ""!.' i . . , ! h
be selected in harmony wiih tinting of j '.,. in . ,. rich shade of blue. sun Id. , I
walls and stindes. inis is easily Kepi ricau
may be r
Jut as the smartest women dare to
wear lnilUMInn furs fit these dinners about
town, so, also, they sometimes minute i ami Is not quite so bard to stand and
paste stones with their real gems. There ' walk upon as either tiled or hardwood
are cv ry season a' hundred and one triflpj; floors. The use of carpet In tho kitchen
In Jewelry which It Is not worth while to I cannot lo defended.
purchase In precious stones. These glin- i Washable white sash curtains should be
cracks barnyard fowls, grouse,, owls, and 1 slipped on small brass rods and fastened i .,ian ctilTs running to n long point at the
even long-eared rabbit this sor9op pin secur iy to the window sash that they i back and adorned w ith pearl and goiil
In brooch shapes the lace bodice or vest , may rise with the wintjw, thus prevent
at any desired point. Larger nock brooches j Ing them from fulling out when raising
In genuine diamonds and tinted sapphires, windows. They give to the kitchen a neat
keep them In countenance and with other and Blry appearance, as well as shutting
gewgaws of equal rl. hness a chain In p iste out view from passers-by. Tables should
coral may be worn. One dollar Is the price ( he hardwood, or, if old and unsightly, mny
of these rosy harnesses, which charm- I be covered with white oilcloth, which may
with scniins watf embellished With trout
and back j-uneli: i f white panne appllqued
with black chantllly motifs.
Manv of the new spring wtvps are made
of helpe doth and the majority show a
double rape and turni d down collar either
of the plain cloth or of colored velvet 'm-
tiroldered 1 lie sleeves are douii iih. wun
rimmed buttons. In larger size the same
style of buttons appear on the front of the
CURED DY THE USE OF SWANSON'S
Help tor the Housewife. I
An automatic cooler for custards, blano
manges and jellies.
A mechanical coffee maker that docs the
nettling of Itself und turns out u clear, in
A little pilot light for lighting a gas stove
and obviating the sudden flaring up and
odor so objectionable.
An egg beater that not only cracks the
shell, but ulso holds the hot eg, thus
avoiding scorching llngiis.'
A diminutive mill for grinding or shred
ding the meats used in croquettes, pates
and sandwich llllitigs. It works fast and
An automatic bread kneader nnd dough
mixing device: also a hnmly contrivance
for tKutlng up the ruw material of cukes
An instantaneous boiler heated by gas
which puts boiling water at the housewlte's
disposal In hulf tho time usually required
tor a Kettle to Dull.
A self-actlnit lee mould that rounds
shaved lee Into attractive looking balls to
lie used about the butter, salads und other
delicate table dishes.
A new and eeonomlcnl raisin seeder,
which obviates all the work and stickiness
which housewives formerly combated In
preparing raisins for cakes and puddings.
An apparatus for the hanging nnd ad
justment of window curtains and por
tieres a noon on general sweeping nays,
when all draperies must be got- out or the
An escape attachment for vapors and
odors from rooking vessels, thus permitting;
ttte preparation or eaouage, onions or ottter
odoriferous vegetables for dinner without
prejudice to the atmosphere of the house.
Mechanical clothes washers, rtnsers nnd
wringers that have attained amazing ex
actness and efficiency. Also a new appar
atus for stretching and drying delicate lace
curtains and draperies that must ue pulled
smooth before Ironing.
A new Invention In spoons which, affixed
to a boiling pot will keen the contents
Btlrred at suflliient Intervals to prevent
scorching, thus relieving the cook of the
constant supervision necessary In boiling
cereals, delicate soups and stews.
An Ingenious baaing pan lor preventing
cakes ana delicate sugary concoctions from
burning. Also a perfect steam cooker
In which the housewife can put onBeans.
stews or viands that demand long rooking,
and turn to other task assured that tho
pot will not boil over, or stop boiling or
poll too last, as is ine cuse wun orumary
DINNER GOWNS SHOWING BODICE WITH DIT3 OP TURKISH EMBROIDERY.
dining out frocks, whose skirts all train
to some degree and whose sleeves all fit
tightly at the shoulders. The worked and
spangled and gemmed pieces show In vests,
stocks, revers and cuffs, with always sober
hues for contrast.
Modish erk Mora.
Transparent stocks of lace, with touches
of some rich embroidery, take the V-dlp at
the front now necessary tor the modish
neck line, the close cuff bands of the full
sleeves following suit at the Inside arm.
Everything drops downward shoulder
lines, sleeves, skirt trimmings and it is
for this reason that this graceful fringes
are again admired.
Tho length of skirts at the front has
been much modified, happily for our com
fort, but all still train at the sides and
back'. One eccentric model, which, how
ever, is exceedingly effective on slight fig
ures. Is almost skin tight down to the
knees. This has either a plain habit back
or else fastens with small buttons or hooks
under trimmings of some sort.
The wraps worn by the fashionable din
ers out ore the despair of the woman of
small means, for, in effect at least, wraps
are more than ever splendid. But a word
to the wise things are not always what
they seem, though it is only the really
properous who date to be audacious. So
keep your ryes well open and ask at a
good (.hop for a pelerine in dyed mus
quash, If you want a tippet like the won
derful one your neighbor may wear. For
dyed musquash It is six times out of ten.
Just as another woman's seemingly pre
cious squirrels are only Inferior dyed skins.
However, second and third qualities of
gray squirrel tnuy bo had reasonably, and
these are' all gooJ enough for evening,
when the chief thlug is simply to look!
A touch of ermine ou a doth coat also
lends a look of luxury and a fancy mndo
muff, with some cheap lace and velvet and
ribbon violets, will do more.
White gardei.las trimmed the fur and
lace hat of one beautifully gowned dame,
and her luffy muff as well. Velvet dog
wood bloomed upon the trappings of an
other woman, seeing . which a sentimental
diner at a neighboring table was moved to
Hlting went by the meadow
And by the hill's bright rim,
And left behind the ?Blantlne
And dogwood pale and prim.
Palo and prlmsure fashion's choicest win-
Ingly set off a lace bodice, and which some
how give every woman a look of Juvenility.
When all the fair ones are eettled at
their various tables you notice two things
how smoothly all tho heads are dressed
and how sweetly everybody smells. The
pompadour style of coiffure, with many
sorta of plain shell and fancy pins holding
up the back hair, Is one of the roost fa
vored, and plainly you discover if you have
a good nose that stephanotls la the swag
ger perfume. A woman in the holy ring
of fashlondom tells how the scent Is ap
plied. "Never on tho handkerchief, mind you,
but on the bare ekln, under the ears and
on the palms and wrists. The skin ab
sorb the drug quality of all perfumes,
and when applied in this way only the
sweetness is left."
But a word on the neglected handker-
savo Its cost in time and labor In a very
short time. This, however, necessitates
the use of Beveral hardwood boards, and
asbestos mats, on which to set hot vessels
used in cooking and in cutting and pre
The sink should be of soapstone, porce
laia-lined. Whatever the material, it
should not be inclosed. Exposed plumbing
with all pipes painted white, is the only
plumbing to be considered.
Frlllfi of Fashion.
The newest silk petticoats are In gun
All white tea gowns are the height of the
mode and grow more elaborate week by
Ombre silk stockings are already in the
market, and in some shades are remark
Tea cowns of batiste on finest muslin
aflk lln..,t oiid ltift trlnimiu a ri nnrtuilcruH
chief. The newest ones for dressy purposes . particularly chic
are in tinted inull3 as fine as cobweb. I Fleece backed pique washes perfectly, yet
These are very small and only trimmed j has a warmth that commends it for early
-lit, omhrolrierles. a delleatn line ' '"'
above the narrow hem or a wreath en
closing a monogram in one corner.
HOW WOMEX STEP OFF CAHS.
Few I nderatand the Art and Many
Are Injured in onetieiiee.
All over the country the traction com
panies are being mulcted In heavy dam
ages for personal injuries sustained by At a recent wedding of Importance tho
. ., 1 bride left for her honeymoon trip In a gown
Irish lace has lost much of its nrestlae
chiefly because its tremendous popularity
Di'ougnt auout a noou ot cneap imitations
Kaee mitts are again winning consider
able liking. The latest nre thumhless und
full far over the hand In a deep point.
Wool embroideries In crewel stitches are
to be more popular than ever for trlmmlnn
woiden gowns. The wool laces will also
Fashion oracles say that the general tren
of style Is toward the I.sThi styles, eonsiileii
oils for drooping shoulders und voluminous
Every woman covets a
shapely, pretty figure, and
many of them deplore the
loss of fheir girlish forms
after marriage. The hearing
of children is often destructive
to the mother's shapeliness.
All of this can be avoided,
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of lier form. Mother's Friend overcomes all the
danger of chilil-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the
use of this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
1 ' . . A
oruggisis at $I.ou per j y
bottle. Our little U xJ k
book, telling all about
this liniment, will be sent free.
Til Bndfle!. Realtor Co., Atltitt, Gl
ppssengers who aro thrown to the around
on alighting before the cars have fully
stopped. The verdicts are exemplary In
many Instances especially If the plaintiffs
are women. Tho Jurors rarely seem to
concern themselves over the question
whether the injnred passengers of the
precious sex get off with their faces os
their back hair turned toward the front
of the compass which claims tho uttentiou
of tho masculine creature at tho wheel.
It Is the proud privilege of the better half
of humanity to descend from a car of nny
sort In Just the way she prefers, with eyes
to the front or retroactive vision and foot
steps, and our transportation companies
must revise their rules In accordance with
feminine caprices and fancies.
Otherwise Juries will deal unkindly with
the owners of the trolley lines, whether
their power is overhead it underground
The matron or maid who is Interfered 1th
iu her choice of gracefully alighting from
a car platform backward or frontward or
in any other way evidently has a suffl
rient baBis for litigation If she suffers in
Jury end the car is put In motion before
she has taken her way in unruffled se
curity. So the Juries seem to think. The
harassed and unfortunate male nonenltles
on the front or rear platforms of the rars
who are distraught already over the un
certainty whether lovely woman will make
her exit without harm tav even worse
troubles ahead than any which have tilth
Tto afflicted thetn.
THE KIT! HEX KIr.lOM.
Some Wine Words from an Authority
on This IiiiMirtaut Department.
Mis. Elizabeth O. Hiller, principal of
the Chicago domestic Fiienee trsining
school, and one of the Lading authorities
of the country on domestic science, says.
in the February Housekeeper, for which
magazine eho writes exclusively, that the
kitchen should be made one of the most
attractive rooms in every house.
The finish of the woodwork in the kitchen
should be without ledge or ornamentation
of biscuit colored cloth, the skirt bordered
with a deep flounce of Siberian squirrel.
Dangles and tassels of nil kinds reappear
on the spring model gowns, and these pen
For and About Women.'
Miss Mary Ann Meade, tho first woman
in America to learn me art or pnotogrupn
ing, has just died In .Brooklyn.
The wife of the recently appointed French
ambassador to this country, M. Jusserand
Is an American and a member of a prom
inent New York family. Her maiden name
was Miss Klsa Hlchavrifl.
It Is said that the .richest helres In
Kurope Is Frlneess Marie Bonaparte, whose
mother was Mile. Hlanc. daughter or the
original Illnnc who started the Monte Carlo
gambling place, tier lather la i'rince
Koland Honanarte. The princess, now Zi
years old, lives in Paris with her father
The business of pharmacists is one that
Is recommended for women who wish to
enter a field that as yet Is not overcrowded
The head ot a lurge educational institution
for women recently remarked in public
that he considered the occupation of drug
gist to be a refined und congenial one for
tho twentieth century lemln;e worker.
In the opinion of a physician who has
been a close observer of the effect of
at held tea upon women, hand ball in one
of their best physical exerrlrVs. It is
better than tennis, with its "high reach.
and again it i much better than golf. It
brings many muscles into moderate exer
cise and does not tax a. few only, as do
some of the other popular forma of
The first woman admitted by King Kd
ward to the Imperial Service order Is Miss
M. C Kmitn, wno superintends ine women a
branch of the eavings bank department in
the general postoliice. Miss Smith has
been in the service for nearly thirty years,
having been a pioneer In the movement for
employing women In the postottlce. She
began with a Btaff of about twenty girls
and now hus wo.
Miss Frances Power Cobbe recently rele
brated her eightieth birthday, receiving nn
album and an address. ine album con
tallied the signatures of 300 men and women
of note, Including the ducheBs of Suther
land, Mark Twain, six blshope and the
Master of Ualllol. For eighteen years Miss
Cobbe was honorary secretary of the
society she founded td oppose vivisection
and for the last four yeurs she ha been
president of tho British Union for the
Abolition or vivisection.
Mrs. Roosevelt is indefatigable in her
love of entertaining and every week sees
from three to four or more large functions
In the White House, to say nothing of the
lesser ones. Every state function ie fol
lowed the next day by a'muslcale, a tea
tir something of the kind. As one who wus
bidden to both remarked: "It is rather
'crowding the mourners,' for after standing
for hours at a reception one does not feel
llko going even to a White House function
on the very next night. Mrs. Koneevelt Is
bo energetic she does not feel It."
One New Yorker was telling another how
beautiful Mrs. John i!. Urexel looked at a
function the previous evening, though she
wa Hlniply dressed and wore not a sign of
decoration save a simple siring 'of pearls.
"Don't know anything about the cost of
women's dresses, of course, " said the other,
"but the 'simple string of pearls' you
, speak of w.tc selected and matched by a
famous expert and cost $.o.i. Kach pearl
swings from a diamond, which In turn is
fastened to a band of sparklers. Its a
'simple string of pearls' with a vengeance."
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Havana, Guba, and Return $03.35
Tickets on sale February 17 to 22. Long limit and stop overs. The Wabash
Is the shortest, quickest and best line to south and southeast.
All Information at Wabash office, 1601 Farnam street, or address
Harry E. Mocres, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
The Best and the Very
Best for the Cure of
23 Cents Per Bottle.
(uhn's Glycerole of Roses
Ask (or It.
A tlin of beauty it a jmj fartver.
R.T. FELIX C0LRAUD S ORIENTAL
CREAM. OR MAGICAL bEAUTlrlEI
ill' HA $ I A
BimoTri Tu, Pimples,
FrwklM. Molh fiulin,
Kub and sum ll
uaa, n4 ev.rr
blrmlih un brauly,
and uwtti ilt-tluu.
It hn ituod tb tost
of Oft? -A" rears,
and la so harmleas
taata It to h
It Is imiperlr
niadp. Aci-apl no
ruutttrfll of stmt
lar mmi. L)r. L.
A. Hayra aald to a
lady u( lar haul-
ton (a iatlul):
"As yuu ladlas
will uaa thsm. I
rt.'umnwi.d "OKI KArirs ' ""
harmful nf ali th. ln prrall..ns." Kor aala by
all lrults and fancy oola dtalarl In tha tailed
Etatta and Europ.
H HI). T. HOI'hnS, Hrop'r.
37 Great Jones St.. N. V..
Dr. Burktiart's Wonderful Offer,
22 SIX HOiJTHSTflEATVE
4aT f r 47 AT aa BaV M W A
In the. cott:iKe anl .Ure Ir. Murk
hart'i Veyrlatiie Compound Is roriHiiliT.Ml
the lust rftnfi)'. It urn I'uin In H."k,
Hhl una I ii'l.-r BhujM.r Ill.uleH. r.il;lta
tlun of 1I Hi t. Hloii hi h or rinii'h-s on
Fhc I'oor AMtlti Hu'i ThhI e In Mujth,
Item L SMirh at NigM. Nixht Hwc-uIh.
( H.I.K hf. etc Tin dus' trial frtr. All
Uil, H'.;M. BIHKHAKT, Claclaaatl, O.
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No tastf. No od jr. Can bf Klven In glafs
of water, ten or coffee without patients
White Kibfoun Heniedy will cure or de
stroy the dtMam-d appetite for alcohulic
rttlinulants, whether the patient '1. a con
firmed Inebriate, a "tippler," woclal drlnki r
or drunkard. InipoHHlble for anyone to have
an appetite foi al uhollu liquors after uatlitf
While illbboti Jtc-inedy.
liidnraed l Members of W. . T. I'.
Mrs. Mot, re, pre atiperlnt) udent of tho
Woman's Christian Temperance union of
Ventura. California, writes: "I have tested
While Jtlhbun Itemedy on very obsiinato
(trunkal ilh, and the cures have bt n many,
in many a-.es the lemedy is given
secretly. I cheerfully recommend and en
dorse White Hlhboti Hinieily Members of
our union are delighted to find an economi
cal treutment to aid us In our temperance
I)rut(KlKts or bv mall, ,1. Trial package
free by writing Mrs. A. M Townsend (for
Sears secretary of a Woman'. Christian
Ttmpcruiue union '. 1 Treinont at., liistou,
Mass. Bold In Omaha by
'I'honi b- Cor. 10th nd Chicago.
Ouuds delivered k llliX I" any part of cny.
TWENTIETH CENTU RY FARMER
Kin tuotoarraihlo Illnstratloas,
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