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tip; wonder Parisian" tfomtn are amed
the world.-o.ver for the beauty of their
hap 'and gowns. Just glance at these ex
amples of the latest creations of the fam
ous designers of confections for the
adornment of milady's head and draperies
forjfher form which jhave Just come from
tho French capital.
Simplicity Is' trie dominant noto of up-to-te-mjjputofashlonsjn
anl'gownmakers now and then return
to Jhejr, jddhcr 'senses 'after -a protracted
deunuch In violent cojor. effects and dls-
that beauty often lies In simplicity.
ere'Wnothlng complicated about the
hat bf .ohl saxc-bluo Wth: tho Jaco- frill
edging Its brim and apnadlse plumo In
froWt, but tho whole .effect Is unmlstak
ab&i, beautiful. Th'e" plume curls entirely
anfund the base of the hat's crown, and
then takes a graceful upward sweep, with)
a slight dro'op at the end.
Another' striking" but simple 'bit of mil
linery i-the--hat- of- brown straw with
patsjJIse, plumes In a shade of red brown
mSssed alojig one side of the crown.
pother charming hatls the black sailor
shApe, ot straw, and rjbbon, bearing a.
bIo high aigrette at the front of the
ci2iin.H,;rho tffpet, Is amazingly chic.
The gown shown In the accompanying
cuJt.Js a (vrtoral'ldyll jnf, almost pastoral
slrnjMlcltjf, yet possessing beauty that
mignt eyok,o praise from the most jaded
cqnholsfcuri The base of the costume
lswhltd 'taffetas', fhe upper part is
fcxecutod-lii Ru'selan blouse fashion, with
a puquet . of-' flowers laid on the belt.
SojihdsvVjery simple.' doesn't It? Yet tho
effect Is .remarkably charming.
jrie .Majeure Lady
Byj WILLIAM P. KIHIC
VUO 4,CUU1(J u jJicrut; 111 IIIC imfer HUB
mojihlnfc'.f- said the Head, Barber, "about
a?(lch young gh-1 that, had a Vassar
education;!, and that married a man who
couldn't read- 5r write. She taught him
sc mucfT'lri 'five years' 'that he became
thV president of a bank the other day
andMsSjJwMencjlns' citizen of Mb'' town.'
"He must ' have been a awful bright
man or else- she was some teacher," de
clared tho Manicure Lady. "I have heard
of cases like that, but I never seen one.
It always sounds kind of fishy to me, be-cau$i5VfP-
fttr; a,- man has .went to
schwbftK'TBiw-. yeans he finds' out that
there Is plenty he can learn from his
wife. Anyhow I'd hate to marry a, man
that didn't have inp; schooling at all. Of
course, I would be willing' to learn him
what I was learned at school, like arith
metic and grammar and history, -but I
should think it would be a kind of a;
nuisance to be a wife and school teacher
at th same time."
"It ain't amap's fault if he never had
no opportunities,"" said the Head Barber,
"I know a;Iotqf -bright '-men that never
went to no,i.fhool .or college.".
"I know," ''said the Manicure I,ady,
Now Xa the Tlint to' 0et Bid of These
- ' Ugly Spot.
There's no longer the 'slightest need ot
feeling ashamed of your freckles, ns the
prescription othlne-doubje- strength is
guaranteedvto remove these homely spots.
Simply get' an ounce of othlne doubla
strength from "Beaton Drug Co.,
nlso any , of t8herman & McConnell
Drug Co. s stores.' and 'appfy a little
of It at' night! and morning' 'and you
should soon see that even the worst
freckles have Begun to disappear, while
the lighter ones have vanished entirely.
It is seldom that more than an ounee is
needed to completely clear the skin and
gim a beautiful clear complexion.
na.uire to ask -for the. double strength
crSf aVthlJ iajioid-under guarantee of
money back If It fails to remove freckles,
Rules in New Paris
Hats and Gowns for Milady
"but I don t like to think that after
waiting all these years I might have to
marry an Illiterate man. Of course. If
he was handsome and accomplished and
rich I wouldn't expect him to know nil
about Greek and Latin, because I ain't
sure, .myself Just when Oliver Goldsmith
made so much trouble for King Charles
of England, or when Cromwell crossed
tho Alps to fight the Romans under Lord
Napoleon. I don't think any girl ought
to expect.her husband, to know and re
member all -about them old classics, es
pecially if he Is busy getting tho money
to keep up a apartment In New York or
Chicago. All I want my husband to
know Is to be able to talk Intelligent In
a cultivated crowd, and not set around
tnurmering no queen's English. And I
think a husband ought 'to-have some kind
of accomplishment like playing the piano
Of making a good after dinner speech or
knowing pinochlo good enough . to' hold
his own with tho Germans. I wouldn't
like to marry a man that never did
.nothing but grub out a living."
. "The wlfo has got all tho accomplish
ments In our family," sold the Head
Barber. "I never had much chance
when I was a kid to do anything except
get up when the alarm clock rang In the
morning, so I didn't get Into music pf
golf -or any of them fine arts. All the
fun I get is a day off once In awhile to
go to the bait game, and 1 guess the
wife- must think I'm a kind of ordinary
.guy alongside some of the friends I In
vite to the house. She is musical and a
good pianist, and some of the fellows I
-Know can "Plel a lot themselves, so I
Just sit back and let them shine."
"I'll be J you. are a dear, good husband.
Just the same" said the Manicure Lady.
"You don't need no accomplishments,
George, to stand a lot higher with me
than some of the actors and boy oomloo
that comes in here to have their nails'
did, I never liked the way" you keen;
doping out. them horse races, and I smelt
something like a highball when you blew
In the other morning, but there's a lot
more good in you than most men. George,
and that's no salve, either. I don't think
I'm a very poor picker, George, but If
- '-- nay yea mighty swift
when you proposed."
.. l .vaa n.u.ried to anybody else ex
cept the' missus' paid the Head Barber
"I'd wish I was single Yu arc go:n
tp make iome lucky guy a swell wife
dee, we're" getting oT6rg great this Word
ing, ain't we?"
TirE BICE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1913.
These pictures show oxamples of tho latest Parisian millinery creations
for summer wear, and a fetching frown, also Intended for tho Bummer girl.
The dominant noto in both hats and dress is simplicity, and it Is surprising
what beautiful cffcctB uro obtained without tho uso of complex materials
or a variety of colors.
Song of the
Hy ELLA WHEELER "WILCOX.
Copyright, 1913. by Am erloan-Jounial-Kxnmlner.
I am a Road; a good road, fair and smooth and broad;
,And I link with my beautiful tether
' Town and Country together,
Liko a ribbon rollod on tho oarth from tho reel of Qod.
Oh, great tho llfo of a Road!
I am a Rond; a long road, lending on and on;
And I cry to tho world to follow,
Past meadow and hill and hollow,
Through desolate night, to tho open gates of dawn.
Oh, bold tho life of a Road I
I 'am a Road; a kind road, shaped by strong hands.
I niako strange cities neighbors;
Tho poor grow rich with my labors,
And beauty and comfort follow mo through tho lands.
Oh, glad the lifo of a Road!
I am a Road; a wise road, knowing nil mon's ways;
And I Know how each heart reaches
For tho things doar Nature teaches;
And I am tho pnth that leads into green young Mays.
Oh, sweet tho llfo of a Road!
I am a Road; and I speed away from tho slums,
Away from desolate places,
Away from unused spaces;
Wherever I go, there order from chaos comes,
Oh, bravo tho llfo of a Rond!
I am a Road; and I would mako tho wholo world one.
I would glvo hopo to iduty,
,r And cover tho curth with beauty.
Do you not seo, Oh men! How all this might bo dono?
. . So vast tho power of tho Road!
Ella Wlieeler Wilcox on Human Life
The Day Will Come When Its Propogation Will Be Under Strict Law,
With the Additional Element of Religion to Aid Science
Hy. ELLA WIIKELEIt WILCOX
Copyright, 1013, by the American-Journal-Examiner.
There Is a certain quality In each of
us, a quite normal and natural human
quality, which makes us rejoice exceed
ingly when wo are proved to be right In
Any forecast of
Perhaps this qual
ity may be called
vanity, but it Is
an excusable van
ity, as Indeed many
phases of vanity
and conceited hu
man being Is in
sufferable; he Is
a misfortune to
himself, because he
! Is so certain of his
superiority over his
fellows that he
makes no least ef
fort to Improve.
Hut the being possessing vanity Is al
ways on the alert to do better and bet
ter; to keep up with the times, to be
alert, to be proven right. Therefore, If
It lie vanity whteh prompts these words,
Ten j ears ago, the following artUie
Some munths ago I iertvcd a letter
from that gool rinia-.i, K.nma Skklts.
j in whih she said
"It is to be "hoped that the 'day is not,
fnr distant when men see It la a far
more serious thing to' bring' life Into
human existence, of suffering and degra-.
datlbn,. than it is to end .the earthly1
existence of that life, and that they arej
qute as responsible to God and to so
ciety for the Uvea they bring Into being
as thoy are for the Uvea they 'murder,' "
That day Is not as near as Miss Sickles
hopes, yet such a day must come,
A day when the jiropogatlon of the,
human family will be under as strict a
law- as the breeding of fine fowls or
blooded stock, with the additional ele
ment of religion to . aid science the
science of careful selection and wise mat
ing. But It requires more elements to p"ro
duce a splendid specimen pf the human
family than a perfect animal.
Fine featiiers make fine birds, and'
tender flesh and certain productive and
salable qualtjes, conplete. the well
The high-bred horsa needs flna points,
speed and carriage, Hut the perfectly;
bred human being, such as the world
waits to welcome, must be mentally
equipped and morailv endowed, as welt
as physically developed. and- all these
traits should be equally balanced.
The man of stunted or deformed body.
i or giant proportions, th,e nnemlc and un
I developed temperament or tho over
sensuous and self-indulgent, the material
' minded or the spiritual bigot, are all
tvpes to be eradiated The Ideal race
the coming thoroughbreds-will be men
a z, 1 r
An Atlnntio Liner Can Now Bo Provided with Mechanical Senses as Sensitive as the Nostrils of a Deer
Tho top picture is u photograph of molting icoItufK. Underneath If n dlugrnm allowing tho various cur;
rents produced by an icoborg that in nlowlp dUHolving. It Is theso eurronlH that nro "felt" by tho nilcro-ttycr,-momctur,
ono of tho Intent wonderful uchloVGiiiontH of hcIoiico. )
Hy GARUKTT V. HBHV1BH.
Since tho sinking of tho Titanic, a year
ago, icebergs have been studied as novcr
beforo, and a froat amount of curious
knowledge nbout these frozen monsters
of the deep linn
with the result of
safety ot ocean
Just on. n i living
being proclaims its
when it cannot be
seen, by telltale
sounds and vi
brations and by
are perceptible at
tances to olfactory aenses as delicate ns
those possessed by some of tho lower
animals, so Icebergs betray themselves,
In tho darkness of the night, or tha far
more dangerous obscurity of a fog, by
their effect upon tho temperature of
the air and the water.
A remarkahle mechanical sense-organ,
called tho micro-thermometer, which Is
simply a thermometer ot great delicacy
and special construction, dragged through
the water by n ship, Is now employed to
measuro the changing temperatures of
the water In the vicinity of Icebergs, nnd
some unexpected facts have born devel
oped by its uso.
A great steamship provided with mlcro
thermomtora lowered Into the water Is
like a hunted doer sniffing the air with
its sensitive nostrils and detecting Its
enemies afar off.
of- good stature and- strong vitality, In
tellectual and reverent, and -all -animated
with an ambltlop to .wblrk. together
toward the betterment of this beautiful
world. Deformities apd dfgentfs-tes will
be unkonwn, save as accidents.
There are few deformei) animals, 'be
cause animals, even when left to - them
selves, breed their young more according
to nature than the average man. All de
formity of mind and .,hody .la the. result
of wronr con4Itlons-"-lgnorance, self-indulgence,
"extreme" poverty and extreme;
luxury, ny and by the wise people of
the world are going to see how necessary
It is to control the- conditions upon whloh
children are propagated and reared.
Pclence will establish laws and parents!
wlU'abtde by them. No criminal, no dls-i
eased person, no drunkard, will be a'l-1
lowed to produce his kind. 1
Before a marriage license can be pro-)
eurd, In that day to- come, a committee!
wll -Investigate the conditions and ecltfq
whether tho parties are proper people to
become parents. This will lead to' the
preparation of men and women for mar
riage and parenthood the most Important
ocoupatlon of. life.
Women will be guarded and protected
before the birth ot children and taught
(he wonderful Import of prenatal Influ
ence, lion will lift their lists, to an ex
pectant mother, and the .child will ho
welcomed with rejoicing and reared as
carefully as he was born.
This was done In the days of old Greece,
but woman was not allowed the Intel
lectual freedom whlh is hers today, and
That Will Trap Icebergs
Thcso Instruments reveal fncts pre
viously unknown about IcqbergK. They
show that thero Is a surprising system
of currents around anil under a grout
berg, or n fleet of hr.rK. which produce
characteristic tnnpernturo chuiigcn that
may bo felt miles nwnX; In truth lh). Ice
berg Is a great thermal engine surrounded
by a medium of air and water peculiar
lo Itself, nnd duo to Its action upon Its
environment. Upon thn air Immediately
ai mind It thn berg pioiUlcr.i a cooling
effect In consequence of the nbsorptlon
of hent required to melt It. When water'
freezes It gives out heat; when It melts
It nbsorbs heat. One perilous consequence
often Is that the moisture In tho cooled
air around tho berg condenses into con
cealing fogs and mists.
But tho effects of the berg upon the
underlying nnd surrounding water urn
still more remarkable and Important, tt
has been found (as Illustrated In tho
picture of a melting Iceberg), that there
aro three characteristic currents pro
duced In tho ocean wnter by n great berg
when It arrives in the comparatively
warln water lyng along the steamship
tracks of tho North Atlantic.
In tho first place, directly under tho
vnst lco mass there Is a great current
of cooled salt water, which sinks by Its
own gravity, borauso tho cold Increases
Its relative density.
In tho next plnco the suction produeod
by tho sinking cold water draws In from
all sides warmer surface currents, which
ent Into the aides of the berg by tbclr
melting action, and finally so much
reduco tho size, of tha borg beneath. tho,
surface, or so chango Its shape, and Its
cantor nf gravity, that, at last, the equlll
brim nf tho. mass is upset, and It turns
tha world was moro cruel and possessed
less scientific knowledge.
In tho next' 100 years science Is to make
marvellous religious truths, only known
now to tho few enlightened minds, unl
vernal facts', and that will help men and
women to go about tho propagation of a
higher order of human beings with revcr
e nc e and patience.
The time will come when It will seem
a matter of surprise to the denizens of
the earth that diseased and vicious people
were ever -allowd to - produce pffaprlng,
Meantime let -mother remember' how
milch" they-can doloday by keeping-their
.minds uplifted anil (Mr' heart's full pf
love for the unborn child they are mould
And -let them think before, they become
wive of the manner .of .men they are
choosing for'the fathera of ihelr children,
Every, well' born child, which comes Ipto
the world, tpday will help along that time
of .which Miss HI Okies writesthe. ttmt
still ' far' rtwny, but coming nearer' and
nearer,--when- men and women shall rer
allze what It means to populate tho cartlu
Bo great an 'advance 'along these hew
It seems interesting. to reprint the pror
phesy. 'V " ' '. " '-
aince-he aboye artlqle.wa8, wrlttenth
Boolety of , Eugenics .has boen formed and
an International congress' haB been held;
A bureau of eugenics has been eita
lluhed on Iong Island, where men and
women may look up the healths and hab
, ls .and .tendencies, of ancestors of pros
pective husbands and wives.
And a general agitation of the subject
over, thrashing the surrounding sea wth
Us Immense flanks, huge fragments ot
Which, heavy enough to sink a ship, .aro 1
detached, and go floating nway to form
iin nttondant fleet of small bergs and
Then there Is a third current composed
of- relatively fresh water, formed by tho
melting nf tho berg, and which, becauso
of Its Jesscr spcclflo gravity, moves .up
ward from nround tho berg nnd fiowa
na a comparatively warm current over,
tho surface of tho sea. This current' in
of the grcntcst Importanco In betraylnffi
tho pre senco of a berg, for It spreads trj
a considerable dlstanco nnd can easily
bo detected hy the micro-thermometer,
Tho worm current has been detected a
mllo from a berg.
In regard to this a recent report' of
tho Canadian- government on Iceberg
Phenomena snys: "Thero Is llttlo room
to doubt that the real Iceberg effect Isj
the rise of temperature, and that thai fall
(observed when a ship passes abeam oC
tho berg) is duo to tho colder current in
wilch tho borg Is being carried."
In aomo experimental trips when ice
bergs wero passed at a distnnco of frpm
half to a quarter of a mile there was ob
served first a rise of temperature In the
water, follqwed by a fall as the bere
woH passed abeam.
Similar experiments with the mlcro
thormomoter have shown that tha near
neighborhood of land Is betrayed' by
fall of wnier temperature, and this la
believed to be due to the action of tho
tides nnd tho obstruction offered by tha
coast lino, resulting in a turning up of
tho under water, which la always mUch,
colder than the sea surface.
of sex hygiene has occurred. Every in
telligent man and woman, who Is not ab
solutely self-bound, Is Interested In theso
progressive Ideas, and the law has been
passed in four (possibly more) of tho
stntes making t pormlsBable for chronic
ally Insane, criminal and diseased men
to be sterilized and provented from per
petuating their Ills. Anil In Tndlnna iilnn.
moro thnn 600 such cases have been oper
Surely the dream of Miss siekie i
(Martyn's Health Guide.) ,
Dull, stringy hair Is the result of sham-t
poolng with Items containing free oUToH.
-You - can- easily overcome these fSlla
and have beautiful, soft, glossy, heftjthy
hair by. using as shampoo a te&spoOBful
of canthrox dissolved in a cup ofjjhot
Water. Tills maks enough fqr a shUm
poo unless the head la very dirty. Sn
tlnued use ot this simple, Inexpejialvo
and - pure cleanser and toner Insures a
healthy, head and long, attractive, eailly
managed hair, js
For pimples, blackheads, sall&w-npss,
oily skip apI .swarthy oppearanceSUso
rpurmax. lotion, which can. be man's; 6
home for a small sum. It tones the'Ailn,
brings out a beautiful, healthy glowgwidi
softens and refines the texture while? re
ducing the pores. It takes .the. plaSt b
pob clogging face powders, and .cosrrESUca
with: most beauties of the day. iSt 4
ox. of - spurmax with 4 pint hot' Wjfter,
odd -two teospoonfula ot .glycerine. 2: Al
low to cool and apply with palmg; of
hands, rubbing, gently until drjCj. It
seems part ot the skin when on and pre
tects against wind and sun, Advertise-
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