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A CHEAP FASHION WINTER.
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I ff!l DnlpH rf Kyrhlihln* Ip
l ~f \l mirr'i Urdrlir and Tima
,i Moiip> •* nd on the Ar%%
X M ,|,.pryr * flat* *lio|—niri
u|l , for iI• ilt Unlkiaac
• Mflild lor a I orrrct I'.iraluu
it 0,1 *. -Th**re I* itolm? to b*
r i vs in bulldlii* of oat* this
\ g hm| , ton, ionic Jacket or r.iprd
v r from k*l >rai •an rufflo
n#w •-t of th* nrw nnt npvr
out *r il**rititt#<l i* n wirmol
Wul* r* v* r# t *oniPt imf*
L t, h lrr o\* r a.itln, hlsh co iara.
. null no Kilhm at Iho
h t,*l down the fron:
v i iv\cfi tmn h k arc all of
, jt f- Htii that m onlv to
t . n rrvivou from tho amphor
ff . -h<Tt fur J, k H of astrakhan,
)> cr tiowl .i l have not !*•
ef ,m of their prfM#e anil full
#<l parr.acre > <*t- of the empire form
a , j< < ii> soii.it to ntakr another ta*h
j i*ofttiliirl!y they Just mi-s-,1 lj*t
, These I -at rt* a trifle shorter in
... . • i ihnn w* lenietnher them to I .ive
! j • I * !•>% the
i the arey hroan or green RUriotlt
. rs and numbeiH of small phon'tLr
* n<i (x-w<l,n u fuln* .'l tlw *mit
i i4>rvnf|y to b- live fobu*. in
Inf Wkik wrj|* to r lhe present .me iron.
I on Old IVnrdrobr.
A f-w of thr short <viaO ar** leivkr'J
\■ r\ umptuous in ppcaran< - by the ad
. i of go.il biaki In their decoration*
T* *-c | h sketch In II In at ration of this.
" " tor a charming Mon of rich cream
i cloth overlai I with a h* avy
hi- k Mik |^e.•emeuten©, that Is meed to-
with fine thna<h of gold, while
I soutache outlines the # !jp * of the
1 i\ |i>s*-menterl* design. The rever*
e f.c*-J with gold thr* id and the vest
l- • s ade of gold thr'ad*l chiffon. fa!l
- • \* r white satin.
fty women, whoee last year’s coats
far too good, to justify the purchase
e' r w rn<n, ore ripping away all the old
t s 1 and luit ona, and substituting gold
arid beautiful Indeed l some of
’• guttering br.etd It Is manufacture*)
In sfiad'd gold. In dull gold, green gold
‘ •'■m rhamot* F.mn Overlaid With
t mi quo gold. In fart, In a score n(
'1 I. th only deearatlve agent wr
* - en that Ik uhle to dissipate all
t'lki.-t i n god admiration for the
,r ' of honnrabe aervh e and mem
u Fiunlalte Kt.Rlnc Toilet.
proof of thl* let the reader *1 mot nt
P'oturo given of a smart new evening
”o. There we have a cream white
I' 1 " oy-que. or swan's ekln eltk. gar
with .in .milropiery of golden rose*.
iae aril blossom* are done In gold,
•h. fiiet . lowii. In *t-ni* and leave*.
*, **' Risen and the Ido..me are made
' ‘ Idy rough gold At the top of the
liMe leellee rune a broad hand of dcl
* u til braiding and down fr.m the
't * hoi liter to it* walat line extend* a
" r l nl rink MIK rne-a with email
" velvet |. uvee.
of It.# I loth gown le nrg yet d
(>ii ie to gay whether braid or fur.
'' hinge .hall have the upp. r hand
oriutni- ntaUon. The tailor* and
* ‘her. are hutlly exptrtmeruing
’ **■ me three above mentioned me.
*nt their effort* are attended with
D >• eueceag.
1 l°th aatl Fr Hotni.
<daai MHBgtgnak of olotlt
and fur I- pictured, as especially rqltabi*
for a slender blonde young woman, who
can gracefully carry a rkir! of the modish
length A ol water tree gre. I Indy's
cloth Is the material of -k t and waist
A line ot stitching*. In lighter green silk,
run* down ttie light eldi o' the skirt
and long mo k buttonhole* of green silk,
imisn.d with tiny tall buttons of green
crystal simulate an t.|*-n!iig .it hl|> and
hem. 'lll same decoration appears on
the front of the blouse shaped waist, but
the character of the costume t- given
by the tiigh i odor wi i i,o .1 u..| f.it
lug of si ky |yn* skm Ag.ilnst Ilia soft
dark gre.n the sot t y black fur I- display
'd to marked advantage, and the h it that
1* worn with this is i round brimmed.
Idah crowned rtM| of I l l s Kngllsh felt
Is* ind Witt. lynx fur on the brims edge
and nd* rne.i in front with th, utwiand-
Itig blue b a*'k pinion- that ate made
fast to tin* crown In ,id imond stiaied
buckle of m,night greeiilrb gold.
Inte resting entreat to ltd- -ult are the
tow ctotli gowns m tin do ib • column
-k. tch The one t • the left Is of dead
leaf brown Ft. ti. h hroad .loth; tin skirt
laid in si le plaits tb.it are Mtl* tn I Mat
to the km -. oblong Mat orn.inn nts. woun*l
wdth t*rown silk braid, are taatene.l at
the bottom of every p. rpsndlcular line
of stttehlng Th* tail* ro coat of broad
cloth has Its pointed rovers and cuffs of
darker brown panne than the goods Itself,
will • a „i dc of tin |sinne Is drawn
un ter th. I list, at th base of a tucked
skill front of pale gold taffeta A toque
of brown panne. show.-r*d over with os
trich plumes completes ,til solar, but
none tin less commendable autumn atilt.
The dress to Ifn- tight Is a s\s retv
simple study In red A warm russet red
serge writh n wlery rap Is one of the
mo*t f lehionoble fabric* brought out Ibis
year. Them is a ihi ad of black or brown
Tn Brnart fo ’iimr".
usually novm in with th r I wool that
fri‘ iitir atcrr .M> th** intutnii iaf tint,
aiui h**rt* the luavy prickly *urfa c<| bctr'
nhuv, a pkirt |ar.l. %*Ht. alcev#*, < ai^
an<i cuff.** nf brown foe*; cloth tbat i* **°
*!*• |i in <olc*r the Krrn h nail It the ton*
<f cfr*o irrounii** Straps anti 1 r*o .-m"k
-**l cryatal butt on#, rimm*l with tfoli,
i r* .k the rxiuntc of brown U>'h on waiot
White tinder wear had arrived at a fioint
rca lion aur* to ft In Women wtM>
take pride in the fn**it *xqui!i
lt* wanirob* h of lint* rk u.c very, very
litll* lace. A iMtlc real Volen* lenne** i
eHto nicd, but aotiHithttiK h*-atr ia rumini?
of llnat b.iat'if#'. that s * Ikl with f al
loped bu!tonhol. work. Not ev n th* murt
a . ompli!*h*d lnun<lr*!s can Ut lu< * to
lo*>k well and w- r well, and vutaar imita
tion!* ar too .isily ittained, hi* the most
coat ft* and tkfant brld *1 irouracaux show
all the night dr* hi**a, petticoat flounces
A Swan'# Skin Silk. Garnished With Gol
and edging* on ehcentee and knickers fln
lehed with a atmple tine line of needle
work In one Imx Of bcidgl thing*, lately
rhl|pe<l Irom a New Vork houae. funnel*
for lie fine underwear, th- lingerie wn*
made all of delicate while French Initiate
and the flounce* and frill* were of an ex
qulKltety eoft and delicate cotton giodi.
called wauhliig chiffon. t)f courae the*e
i uffle* were cut In double *< allop* or
polnta and button holed. There was scarce
u half doxen yard* of lace on the live dox
en coetly gwrmertx and that ued wit
hand made Valenclenr.aa, very narrow and
of the xtmpleat pntierri,
Neither linen nor silk are worn In prefer*
enre to line cotton*. t> Kreneh women
who. however, atlll cling, for ouldoor
wear, to the allk petdn oal. A deep arcor
dam plalttd ruffle with a heading nnd
rooting of narrow atlk ruchlng. the adge*
..f which are pinked. I* the most approved
autumn pattern for a simple eervieeable
street petticoat. Kxtrcmely pretty one*
of dull red. green, mauve, and yale blue
1 tffnde, are now appearing ard are by many
women worn In piwfcrenre to the silk
skirt* that art rather too crlap foi the
prove line atyh- of gown and beside one
alpaca skirt outwear* two or thro# *nk
one*, and look* clean and freh until the
day It goea down to Its rag-bag grave
THE MOKNING NEWS. SI'NDAY, OCTOBEK 7,1900.
A JOlMiUenC M IdlDIMi.
Interviewing n l.lae Loril—A "t'te-
I'uced Siery” nnd Other Journalln-.
Although there Is a good leal about New
York Society in lirlcti Starks new novel,
Th. 11.0 diu of fleaufy," (Stokes ("o >
It sleds in idn tally some light upon
modem 11 wststper nu thl* In the metro
ivlls. Inin the very Mist •liata.r, wlinrs
( find the 'animal artist" o: ,i Sunday pa
p. r drawing pictur. of bears and calmly
tailng that It Is "the pttturea that count,"
111 g. nets teportcr das has In upon an
■ ftcinoon t'U to say "All over but the
houling? Pboll I turn you In a paragt iph*
In tlic tbH i. ty Wii.ti, of noise, not the
Dally." This newsi*aprrs woman's Ways
are curious Htic . arrlea In her black bag
sevrrul shi'ets of paper upon each of w hich
Was jast. a ciit.Pg from an
w h penciled note in the a hand
k.i. hlcf, a bunrh of k- ; tpr.sumably
It., biding a latchkey): six point*.! pencils,
a penknife, a pui.-c. rather lean; a photo
graph of two kitten
" There:' she said, relieved al sight of
these Knew I couldn't hove lost 'em
lltioklyn woman left 'em f ■ 000 in her will
Tliry'll stand me tn a good little old half
< olumn.' "
U'hen Pa Ig. a-ks the hrridne of the
book to write for th. Hfar .Ither upon
some'development of modern science, or
upon the*toplc: "Who i- the handsomest
non tn New York 7" the e Itlor doesn't
. ar. w hlph h' otters at ot.co to write
llie* story b rs|f "The signature and
the pictures ' yr all the editor reallv
wants, sho i xnjalnr
An Kngllsh Laird who visit* N* w York
In search of a rich Wife Is promptly ta<
kled for an Interview by Cadge, and fall*
a victim 8h works him fur a page
4larus|lon of Araeilcan women, and af
towards gratefully f*mark- “Some Kng
llsh won't staml f- r anything l.iu regular
I Is-fa. • I slot.. but Strathav Is a real
good little man."
A ' regular pn -fa ed story." be It of.
erved. i- th* tschnlcil natn*' for a llgnltir |
ar.d conservative article, as opposed to
the ifw loiirnallsni '*
But the i Umax of the pi lure of the mer
ry life that th. e slaves of the limp live
I* r,ached wtvn < adge is in marry Pro*
Held brother of her . hum and room male
Kitty Reid, an artist.
nf course Cadge Is sw iv upon an assign
mod for her paper wren the weddb c
guest* login to gather, n and Kitty Is nrr
"Next chum I have," the sputter*. "UTI
be In the ointri t that. In . .-e of i nsr*
gency, sh- helps run her own wedding "
Th" office Is |e|. ption. and to. No Cadge'
"Oh. very likely Mias Bryant 1* out of
town.” Retd suggests Me is a new-paper
man him.-. If and seems to t ike things
quietly. "Shu'B rtiow up after Die i-wper
ha*.gone to pSces. If not sooner They take
copy up to two o'clock for the *e.x>nd ed
lllon. ffhe may be h.-re any moment."
Ftn illv the guegt begin tn eart up the
wxtding feast, an l nf course that brings
th- truant, follow’d hv a hig bearded
giant pf a man. Ijcr . ditor who Is to
"give her awav."
"I,eave me threw bites.” she beggod.
ndvan Ing tn the table. * Kond has cot
passed my lips to-day, er— no: much food "
A Wafer-Cress flreen Clnth. Trimmed
With Lynx Fur.
The bridegroom extends a plate of salad
fo her. While sh- explains that she ha*
been in Bridge,Kirt.- driving an antelope
to a racing sulky. If I I. ar marks, y'
ointht lo eee the antelope' And the sulky!
Peven column picture. Kitty; I’vo mad*
a layout. Y'ou must get right at It—ante
)cp< kicking the atmosphere Into small
The worried chum tries to hasten
"Won't dress." announce;: 'he hrlde-to
he. "but—say. just you bring out my wed
ding gown. Kitty; not for publication hut
as an evidence of good faith—more salad.
Kitty ran and brought a billowy mass
of flo.ry while stuff, and Cadge stood,
devouring salad, over the dainty thing
gesticulating at It with her fork and ex
plaining It* beauties:
"Y'ou ran #* for your wives that If*
swell Mrs Kdgar fitted me at th" Star
office with furious mugtnakera pounding
on the door "
"With what’" gasped one of the guests,
unused to Bohemia.
"Mugmakera; al.egcd arltstV after an
old (ihotograph My I But I'm hungry!
Can't I "a' while Pm being married?"
In spite nf her gay manner, one gets the
Impression Dial Cadge Is a good fellow In
every sense of the word, and nohle and
kind at heart. IPs the setting only that
Is unfamiliar; Ihe woman herself is Just
the same as all women have ever been
and will ever be.
THU VMtKR* KfHtIHT A HOLY WAH.
Sn Ways Richard Harding Baals. In
Farewell to Prelorla.
From Bcrlhncr'e for October.
I had entered Pretoria In the day* of
her surer.- *eg, and I was deserting her al
the moment f her fall. I do not know
whn I have left a place with as heavy a
heart, and a* the train at last pulled free
of the town and ran |<arall"l to the Middle
hurg highway, each mounted Boer tt
passed seemed „ h waved his om
, reio, to txekon u* hark again The great
veldt throbbing in the Mail of the sun and
fls-htt.g with brilliant yrllow lights and
purple sha lows. seemxl to rep,o*..|, , lg .
The hot, barren kopjes, with their stunted
pnetl the splashing waterfalls. *nd h#
twisting white rlv.r that taexl the train.
*ll filled me with regret. They had never
looked more hcauilful or more to he ,|c
elte I or mare a- these n set fora roun
,r\ tnen would chore ur c*ll home The
sight of the mn to whom It really was
I orne. who were fighting far It, stirred m.
with pride In them I saw them for the
last urns even as I was steaming sway
from tb*u W unothtt oouliuaut. to other
' Mrs.Pinkham Saved me
from an Operation."
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2- '* ' ' ' - 1 BMMfIM 'as % ts*?^
Whon a physician tella a woman Buffering with ova
rian or womb trouble that an operation ib necessary, it of
course frightens her.
The very thought of the operating table and the knife
strikes terror to her heart.
And our hospitals are full of women who are there for
ovarian and womb operations !
It is quito true that theso troubles may reach a stage
whore an operation is tho only resource, but such crises aro
much rarer than is generally supposed, because a great
many women have been cured by Mrs. Pinkham's med
icine after the doctoro bad said the operation must be
Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable* Compound has
beon very successful in curing ovarian troubles. In fact,
up to the point where the knife must be used to secure
instant relief, this medicine is certain to help.
Ovarian troubles are easily developed from womb
troubles, and womb troubles are so very common that
ovaritis is steadily on the increase among women. It is,
nevertheless, a most serious trouble, and to recommend
wrong treatment for it is a crime for which there cannot
be too deep a penalty.
It is, therefore, with full consciousness of the serious
ness of the disease and the steady failure of other medicine
to cure it, that wo present for ovarian and womb trouble
Lydia E. Pinkhara’s Vegetable Compound as the
most certain to help of any medicine in the world to-day.
Any person who could read the letters in Mrs. Pinkham’s
files at her office in Lynn. Mass., would he convinced of
the efficiency of Mrs. Pinkham's Compound.
The strongest and most grateful statements possible
to make come from women who have escaped the operat
ing table by the use of this medicine. Let any woman
suffering from these troubles, or anything which may de
velop into them, write and get Mrs. Pinkham’s advice. If
you are beyond the reach of the medicine, you will he
frankly told so, but, if not, you will be fully and carefully
and kindly advised.
The most serious of all the diseases of women, as well
as the minor ills, are promptly overcome by
Lydia E. Pinkham's
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flwa | If ■■ ■ nuiinni/ .tr..it*d with th* N*ttmi*l CHy hank of l. T nn, Mm •ft.non whirl will b. paid
_ ■ H SS Mm M t<> wit nnrson who nan show that to* abor* bwtlmonlals srw not grtiuiiio, or worn uubhsbnl bfon obtaining tha
writer*' ij*rtai pmnlwtoa.—Ltdia E. I*iaxhsji Mxuicijib Cos , Lynn, *—
intrreats and older friend*. They
Joscmir patiently throush the htrh
on our rlirht, and *pr**adtns out fan-wiae
over th* re-1 kopje* that lay between them
and Irene where thr wa* *h"k n
with th** heavy vibration **f hot-‘throated
guns They tot ed f twarl ne or in
pafy*. each an inde ndent Aahtlns man.
with hi- rift' atvl blanket swung acroae
htx rhouldert*. with hla c.invay* waer*bot
tle. rtiaiv coffea-pot, *rv*l bundle ot
fodder dangllna fmm hie eaddle. I knew
m thr train carried U away from the
aicht ot them (hat no soldier In plpe-tlay.
gauntlrt* and gold ls<' would *v*r again
rn"an in m* what Dim." ImrgtMw* mant -
long tmard"d. *tr..ng-*>"*l Bo* r*.
with th"tr drfplng "nvwll*r hats, tbrlr
bristling band* of rumlg**. thlr upright
p*.t in th* -artdl". srd th* rlfi. rising
uhovr th.m!lk*thi i . ..fth* rru'.lir
Th"Y Hr" th 'art of th" ruad*ni Th*jf
rn.l" out to t gtit for a . -.u-* n. old a. ! li,.
d*y* Of Hhara h arid ih . htl jtnn of Irra* ,
axalnst sn *n*my lb tlni"s as mighty a*
wss Washington's In hlr war for Ind"-
P"iwl*nce A Iv H. It haa baen a holy
war, LbU war of too burgher crusader.
Earnest Words of Gratitude.
B J ~ *• Dear Mrs ITwkfiam :—After mv child
was born, blood poison act iu. which left me
with grooMlM***'! influinmntion of th* womb
and conyeated ovaries. I ha<l suffered from
auppreaaed and painful menstruation from a
girl. Th* doctor* told mo th* ovariea would
nav* to h* removed. I took treatment two
yeara to escape an operation, but atlll r*-
maiiMHl in miserabl* health iu both lx sly and
mind, expecting to part with my reason with
each coming month, using on* bottle
of th* Compound. I beciftne entirely rid of the
trouble In my hear). I continued to use your
re tiled lea until cured. Th* last nine months
have been passed in perfect good health. This
I owe entirely to t.ydla E. Pinkham'H Vege
table Compound.'C M UN. K m KNAI’E,
~~ ■■ lft'Att KinnieUinnic Ave., Milwaukee, YVia.
" IYbar Mm. PnrgnAM :—Yonr Vegetable Compound has completely
cured me of the worst form of womb trouble, and mad* me a strong,
healthy, robust woman. Before using Lydia
*Vy. E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound, 1 suffered
Ina. with aavere pains in hack and side, headache
and narvousness Menses would sometimes
occur every two weeks, anil once I hail n se
vrre hemorrliuge which lasted a mouth I waa
Mm vUMI confined to my lx*d nnd the attending physi
njJ nans told me f would have to undergo an ojwr-
W (*A Qf*. ation a* soon ns I wA* strong enough I read
w i By 1" on ® your little books several testimonials
% Fi I from ladtee who were cured by your Compound
\* V jk p I after having been told by their doctors that aa
/V operation waa necessary, and I made up my
A mind then and there to commence taking your
Compound I did so and It haa completely re
-idßpWßtr jkSn stored me tog."l health I htir*- game.l twenty.
*wo pound* since taking it and niv flesh isos
solid as a rock My friends remark about the
change In me lam a living advertisement of
what Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound can do. and have in
fluenced many of my friends to try It. which haa proved very gratify
ing In its results. I thank you for restoring me to health.''— -ANNIE
BARTLEY, 231 W Congress St., Chicago, 111
“ Dsar Mm. PntgnAM:—l feel it my dutr to publish the wonderful
help Lydia B. Plnkham'a Vagetabie Compound has been to me I waa
like a craty person—could not eat or sleep; there was no rest for me
day or night Physicians examined me and said an operation waa
neneasary Before undergoing it, however. I determined to try Lydia
K Pinkham's Compound. lam so glad I did, for it cured me lam a
well woman now and can do any kind of work I want this published
throughout the land, ao that all my suffering slstem may read, and if In
any way afflicted with female troubles, they may
wonderful Vegetable Compound end be cured '*
-MRS MAROAUET BAM PORT), Centennial
Ur' WL Ave . < rescent Beach, Revere Maas.
V— "DuiMm Ptsbiiam:— I wish to Mnd you
jM my testimonial stating the grand effect Lydia B.
\ tor M health. I was suffering to such an extent from
\ Jw ovarian trouble that my physician thought an
V~~ a operation would be necessary Your medicine
having h*en recommended to me. I decided to
ffps, try it Aft.-r using several littl*s I found that
1 was cured M v-vstem v* is toned up and I *nf-
PBSOEBEiUii ferml no more with mv ovaries Your medicine la
I MRS. ANNA ASTONI the greatest bx>n on earth to suffering women.-
Lj--' ' ' 1 *1 —MRS. ANNIE ASTON. Bo* 137, Troy. Mix
end his motives srs as fine as any that
ever called a "mlnute-msn" (rum hie farm
nr rent a knight of th* cross to die for It
In P*l*etlne Still, In n>*'e of hi < eus<’,
th>. Boer ts losing, end tn t!m his end
rosy com*. nd tie msy fall But when he
(site, be will not fall stone, with him
mill end greet I>rln<' |>l*. th* prim l|>l
for which our f icisthers f iught-ttw
right of self-government, the principle ot
—The Rouga Riders club which was re-
cently organlxrd at Zlonsvlllle, Ind, 1a
badly .Unaffected because of tha treat
ment which It* member* have xufToreJ at
the hand* of those who are at the head of
thl* organisation K*ch mrmtwr wa*
charged II 73 per suit for hi* uniform amt
the faet has jifet tgcnnt known that
‘ thue stilts wetv s cutrd from the Ke
putd'enn mate Fentral fommlttee free of
chargr liwlng to the recent dlachigura
of thla fact, the organisation la disrupted
and many of Its members threaten to
vote the LiemociaUc ticket.