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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

By GOV. JOSEPH W. FOLK, f Mixouri. food enough place (or him to spend his money. No merchant can succeed without one way or another. Patronize your town pa pers, build them up and they will build the town up and build you up increased trade and greater opportunities. Do not be afraid that business is going to be hurt by' the recent exposures of wrongdoing in the commercial world. No man who is doing an hon est business can be injured by the light. We wish the city merchant to build up, but we also desire the country merchant to prosper. I do not be lieve in the mail-ordei citizen. If a place is good enough for a man to live in and to make lu3 money in, it is a VSH f V- 'J9m sb y v vf v l1Wfrit HtkVLltitt- flower LYNN advertising in oooooooooocooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooo A JEWISHLPEDDLER By E. CRAYTON McCANTS Since the summer had come, I had left nir office in the town and had eone out to that old plantation upon which I was reared and which recently I have purchased. No lack ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

THE MSI Mi mi.V UWS WOODS,. .B accM Maaager. f ebllshed Ktery Week RISING SON PUBLISHINCCO rBUBSCRlITION RATES: BOOtlM.. MM . it f tree bu BOB! Svtetlr said In advanoa f at the PoM Offlc mi XaM OUy, M Stcoid Clou MttUr. OorrpondenU wanted In erery city Ui town 10 thin state. Write m. AH news matter Intended r pub lication should reach our office not la tor than Tut ad ay, ot each weak an 4 nit be (If ned by the writer not (or publication, but as guarantee of authenticity. -No. I 17 Weet Blstr. Kansas City, Mo. Ad vertlel iig Reuee. ft aa. 1Mb, oa l.a.rtloa t Wot on laeh, r-aeh .anaequeat InearUoa. JB rore lacfeea, three aiaoib I.OS fbttwo lacbea, til bob tb loo for two lack. Bin bo at ha 10 00 ? two taeb w.lr Boatb. 11.0) OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. Jfc The paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. The Negro's destiny lit in his own bunds lot him draw the l...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

THE BISIHO son. W. T. Washington Asst. Editor. Remember please It's tue Utile bits w collect hers ana t lers bat eaablee us to ra from year to year." LOCALS. The annual conference of the A. M. E. church will take place next Monday October 10, 1906. National Printing Co., has moved from 6th and rtlaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue.' Mrs. Frank Mercer, the mother of SUUe and Nellie Mercer is sick un to death In Los Angeles. All minister who Intend to attend the conference In Kansas Cltv, Mo., October 10, please send your names and address to F. 3. Peck, especially If Intending to be accompanied by your wlfes. The South Side Bible class No. 1, wishes all the members to meet Sep tember 31st at 2316 Highland to re sume our year's work after a vacation of two uonths. By order of the or ganizer, Mrs. Sarah Richardson. Many of the graduates from the fall course of '06 are already at work In good paying positions. Miss Lenore Grant at her home in Neosho; Miss Ethel Gross at her home In St. ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

if ii The Etiquette of the English Royal Household Famous Flagship of Perry to be Raised V Giimpe of the Manner of Life of the Functionaries of the King and Queen The Niagara Will Be Preserved us a Memorial of the First American Naval Victory The outside world knoWB very littlo ef the Innor life, of (ho ordering and working of the vast machinery of tho English royal household, which must Indeed go with clocklike precision to Insure that absence of confusion which Is absolutely Imperative. There nre several hundred persons on the staff, each one of whom has n clearly dctlned duty, from which he seldom lo tales, for court etiquette, taken on the whole. Is precise nnd formal, and jnatiy observances which prevailed In I I'cnIoiih generations still hold Rood, the name things. In fact, being done In the name way. There nre several departments ap pertaining to their majesties' house hold, the head of each one being re FIHtusihlc to the monarch for tho due performance of duty by every Indi ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

Cure Forjhe Blues ORE MEDICINE THATJUS I EVER FAILED Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained, When ftcheerf ul, brare, light-hearted woman Is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it U a sad picture. It is usually this way I Blie has been feeling "out of sorts for some ttmoj head has oched and baclt also ; has slept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted once or twice; head dizzy, and heart beats very fasti then that earinfr-down feeling, and daring her periods she is exceed ingly despondent. Nothing pleases her. Her doctor says : " Cheer up : yon have dyspepsia you will bo all right aeon." , But she doesn't get " all rlpht," and hope vanishes ; then come tho brood Ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven yon" to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone, but take Lydia E. l'inkham's Vege table Compound. Seo what it did for Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 819 12th Street, Louisville, Ky....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 4 October 1906

WAS ONCE A HERO. HAD TO BE CULTIVATED. VETERAN IN REMINISCENT MOOD TELLS GOOD STORY. Owes Hia Lift to Gentle Hearted Southern Lady Who Uied Heroic Methods to Cure Him of Pneumonia. ' I've been In tii;ht l:us In liutllo," s.u.l tin- ti. A. U. man la rr;niiil-i'int ukkmI, "and gftii'ially ui'iiulMril inelf homtrably. lint owe 1 was-jen, a "Sovt-ral youngsters of in. wild with riiliui.slasm. 1 1 a 1 1 uuue into tlie army f f ni college. Such a ulU' as consult ln our families rouliln't stop us. After atitiie ronpli experiences In ramp, there a a skirmish in which several were wounded. These and oilier of us. sick from exposure, were deposited in an Improvised hoi-pital in u small village. "Medleal supplies were few. there was only one doctor, and some officers' wives, le."t at the place, did what they could in nursing. The dangerously wounded tint the attention, tne rest of na fared anyhow. The floctor hail Riven me about two minutes and rushed away, muttering something about pneumonia....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

A 1 1 i i 0,,-j -r fir jk7, sSP9Jp?MK ''1 It Pays to Advertise in the Rising Oon for It Reaches More Homes of Colored People than any othei Paper In the State. VOLUME XI. KANSAS CITY, MO., THURSDAY! OCTOBER 11, 1906. NUMBER 12 THE MISSOURI CONFERENCE. The 52nd annual session of the Missouri conference of the African M. E. church is being held In this city at Allen chapel, and Is presided over by that remarkable leader of his race. Bishop A brain Grant, D. D., of Kansas City, Kans. It Is composed of a fine body of representative men, and the ad. dresses, and reports have been of high order, accomplishing nluch for the people. The conference opened Wednesday morning, and the choir was on hand and furnished the music. "All Hall the Power of Jesus' Name" was the opening hymn, and the Rev. Mr. Collins, made the opening prayer. Bishop A. Grant, read scripture lesson and the Rev. Dr. H. Blanton Parks, former pastor of Allen chapel, but who Is now serving as Missionary Secretary, being now ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

Kahakon Is thP now Kden. Tlic Order of tho Sun hn etnrt llslu il there tho siraiim'Pt rnlnny on the faro of tin larth; a rnlnny In which all pi r.aked. all uiltult tho sun tin- sonrrc nf all lift', uikI all subsist upon ovMuntits fur tlioy say tho co- j rnaiuit 1 t!:o sun's r,pr'K',titatl o on ' unh. tln liff-jrlvrr. tin? healer tho ; splilr of Sol. Tho (ni'na I'alni la tho J mother of humanity ; tho sun lit Ita cp'a'or. In tho Pn'.tn Thoafor of I'uro Na tural I.ifo 1.4 tho M at of government of tho Ir.trrn.Vlorial Colonial Kmplre of Frtiirarianisin. founded ty tho Order of tho S:m. ntul thoro tho naked hosts. Christians, who until a few months aco woro clothes, worship the fun. r.ot as a Rod. but as tho slver of all life and tho healer of the siik. Tropical Fruit in Rich Profusion on the Island Th Island of Kabakon Is In Gorman New GuiniM and belongs to tho Now l.au r.!":rc croup, which Is situated In tho IUs!:.n:'K arrhipelaco. In-tween New rot!:!n.T!i and Now Meeklenhurs. It Is o...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

ONE TYPE OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTIONIST TO PERPETUATE MEMORY OF ROBERT FULTON Many arc Freebooter and Cut Throat Eager for th Oppor tunity of Plunder. lironze and Marble Monument to be Lrccted on the Hanks cf Hudson Where Pirst Mcambont Was Run. A significant word from Cuba since Secretary Taft went there In effort to bring about amicable aettlemcnt of the revolution Is that In many cases the Insurgents are becoming restless, the discipline Is bad and many are breaking up Into bands for the pur pose of Independent movement with view to plunder. The fact of the mat ter Is that many of the revolutionists are what might be called freebooters end cut-throats, and have welcomed the present stato of disaffection in Cuba as affording them an opportunity for their lawless deeds, such as they enjoyed In the "good old days" under Spanish rule when murder and rapine were events of every day occurrence. From Its earliest history there has existed In Cuba uuch lawless class of people. At one time a ...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

THE RINIM. mi.V UTfl OOPS, Bnanw MaaafW. Wished Etery Week mSINOSON PUBLISHING CO ttrHOBSCRUTIUN RATES: fm .. M M PlOMlM H f lfwe MDUI SI m aoakh It srtesl said la aaaaee f sale, el th Po Offlt at XansM Oily, as 5ooi Class JfaJter. Correspondents wanted la seer eltjr Ul town to this aute. Write as. 11 newt matter Intended t r pob Uoe&lsn should reach our office Dot la ter than Ttusda, of each week ass uat be signed by the writer aot for subllcatloo, but as guarantee of auth enticity. WIOBt-No. 117 West Slitr. Kansas City, Me. Ad vert lei rig Rates, far eae le"h. oae laeertla IS f on larh. each eaheequeat laaertloa. JB of two twrhee, three month 1.(4 Fur two tech.. an moatli too for twolncbe. alne moatba 10 OS Tar rtwe laches twelve noathe OLDEST NEGRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, TWICE ALL THE RFST. Yhe paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. It must be understood that the wo men of t...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

THE EISIHO son. W. T. Washington... ..Asst. Editor. Remember pleane It'l tna Utile bita wa collect here end I litre hat aaablea ua to ruajfrom year to year." LOCALS. Williams and Walker, with their company appear at the Grand next week. National Printing Co., has moved from Cth and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. Nicely Furnished Rooms, 1228 and 1230 Baltimore. Inquire of Mrs. M. Steel, at 1228 Baltimore. Miss Josle Wickcllffe of Hudson, Kansas, is In the city. She is stop ping at 1910 Woodland avenue. Monday and Thursday night, danc ing at the Arlington Halt. Class, Wednesday night. Hall, $15 per night. For piano and furniture moving and express, call. Geo. Jones, - Homo phone, 5185 Main. Packing, Shipping and storage. WANTED. Fifty more comedians dancers or singers for the Great Un' bleached Minstrel show. Call Home East 2G10. Mrs. Lucy Capps of IJberty, Mo., was visiting her friend, Mrs. Duncan Oath of 41 1 East 10th a few days last week. Dr. Win. J. Thompklns, recently of...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

IN HIGH POSITION. WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT SERV. ICE AT WASHINGTON. inglish Newspaper Somewhat Aston Ishcd by the Confidence Placed In the Fair Sen by Atithoritiei at the National Capital. Most people arc a warp that women ro a bit at power In the I'nltcd States, particularly from :t social titan dpnlnt, say t!i fall Mull (i.izctto of London. Hut ll is by ni means no generally known tint a! tlio headquarters of the American government In Washington there ntv a number of highly paid women who aro a standing contradic tion of the old gibe that women can never Loop a rocrot. At any rate, the services of these women are no highly appreciated that 't Is unlikely their brethren will ever oust them from these hlghtly paid of fices. To us a youthful and pretty woman diplomat, recognized as such by tho Government, Is unthinkable. Yet muh a person Is Miss Margaret tlnnna, who Is permanent assistant to 'he permanent secretary of state. This tatter official carries on all the delicate negotiations b...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

To Launder White 8llk Handkerchief. I)o not put white ilk handkerchiefs in the oriliimry wash, n they are rn.ily laundered at home. Make itrong lather of Ivory Snap and water, hut do not ruh the aonp on the handkerchief or tire soda. Rinj and iron while damp with moderately hnt iron. ELEANOR R. FARKER. There la an altar society In Broalt lyn composed of eight policemen. The members contribute a certain amount every month which pays for lights and flowers on an altar of perpetual adoration. NERVOUS DEBILITY A Scranton Woman Telia How Or. Williams' Pink PiKa Made Her Well and Strong. Nervons debility is the common name for wlint the doctors term neurasthenia. It Is characterized by inetitnl depression, fits of the "blues," or melancholy, loss of eneriry nnrt siiirits. The nation t'nevea become dull, the pink fades from the cheek, the memory Incomes defective no that it is difficult to recall dates mid names at will. Some of these sy mptoms only may bo present or all of them. The remed...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 11 October 1906

In his first success at Drury l.ane, Edmund Keati overheard a knot o' old stage carpenters dlscussfng vigorously the various player of Hamlet they had seen In their day. "Well," said one, 'you may talk of Henderson and Kemble nnd this new man, but give me Itannlster's Hamlet he was al ways done 20 rulaulea aovuer that uy of 'em." -Tli Anirieii Collictloi Agency No fes charged tin-le-scolleclou ID mad' We make collection In alt parts of the rolled Mute. 413 Kansas Ave, Topeka. Kansas. f NELSON'S TUl sift it; P. WiltM, ttf. MAKES' HARSH STUBBORN HAIR SOFT ' AND PLIANT PROMOTES GROWTH OF THE HAIR PREVENTS IT FROM SPLITTING AND BREAKING OFF HOWARD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT , (Including Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutic Colleges.) WASHINGTON. D. C. SOFTO"-""--. cumuniiii i- .will" id WILLIAMS AND WALKER in "Abysinia." WILLIAMS AND WALKER. Tlu-n-w miMiral Ml.lii culled "Aby-1 :irfiT. teltiK the only white iier.son uhlrh u ill Kt-.-n here Ht tlie i hlentlfle.t with the enterprise. (iiii...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

f Pays to Advertise In the Rising Son VOLUME XI. PROF HEZEKIAH WALDEN. Professor of Physics, Lincoln High School. Alongside with the other competent teachers of the New Lincoln High School, Prof Walden aa one of the new teachers stands In a very conspicuous light. Mr. Walden was born In the town of Markham, V.rglnla and at tended the public school of his native town. Then he attended Wayland Seminary and College In Washington 1). C, nnd graduated from the acade mic course In 1893. He took a Post Graduate course at Coburn Classical Institute at Watervllle Maine and fin ished In 1894. Afterwards entering Colby University at the same place and finishing 1S98. Immedately on leaving college lie took charge of the department of Natural Sciences at Roger-Williams University, Nashville, Tenn. Occupy ing the chair from 1899 to 1905. Leav ing Roger-Williams because of the de structive fires to that Institution oc urlng Jan. 24. 1905, and May 22. 1905, he was given the chair in the depart ment...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

m A Marriage cf Convenience By II. II. LERSNER E ' ''!' I IK'". J"- It wns i;t in'i iilly i'hhi im!i I.e.-! I II-' lutli.ls.iiiiO lll i,i i i Hi ! liil lii ih'vi r n.iiltiiit: iiti ntti-m; t t Im'm' w i: li hum s-!.i t'.t :m smia! .. ri 'aum iii snliiii lli'H'l". int ivt rutit.irt I'll IiiT f'Mri Hit I." Ni".. : t.. n ..i l"i! - til IMIIlt l::l, all iinh'tit nd il l.lli', Ill.ltli.V lr! in in lm , y fVl'l' .1 . i : i : l.vli" . i'l:!li4. i.i! li. i :i t i s'.il a art l.l'f. I'.nl III 1 I H'SI' -M' I l'l so . mated, linw i mc her a lu tin- ai.'il. ltirv.lt. position . M '',1 in .ill ulliei.ll il !,e il.'MM' 1 a i i t II. i' work ilo Kill 1 Wit -a r. i:n I);., w it i; ., .1 li- si;.' m .1 .! ,i!iy due u-i.'h lei, to con, no oltl tl..' lie !..- ! : 1; r tie ll" li ! Ml 'ii-;!n'S of a fi'ie i li.inijim an i -:iv 1'iMiiioiid on- ail t! t a 'i . .1. .I !' il" il ly an I ur-e I l.er t" I .. of a i i I' a foi III O I I van'. i .1..II.. Tn aa 1i.iT :. aoi'i'p; ii ' v A-. Imt the rare f Mil'....

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

SETTLED BY COMTROMISE. 5si ITIS BEYOND THE "DOOR THAT IS NEVER CLOSLD'm THE FOUNDLING ASYLUM, AVHERE EVERY DAY HAS ITS TRAGEDIES -V -t- THE OLD STORY OF HUMAN FRAILTY New York. The saddest place In the city. Do you know where It Is? Do you think that some time, per haps, In your life you have found it? Can you shut your eyes to the pres. ent New York man or woman, and look back to that day when you found some one you loved down In the silent morgue, and say, yes, you know the place well the saddest place In New York? Or remember one corner In some green cemetery where all your love lies burled, and say, no, the place la here? Or look at some deserted home, where ghosts of a lost faith walk always, and say, no, this Is the saddest place of all, for here there is no hope? But it is not so. The saddest place in all New York Is not a spot deter mined by the personal, individual loss of mere life or love or faith. If it were, every grave would claim the ti tle and every broken heart disp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

THE RTSLNti SON. UTTS WOODS, Buanwi Manvw. fubllshed Etery Wet-It ISINOSON PUBLISHINCCO WBCBsCKllTlON RATES: M ? rmi.bti. i6 F'ira nuutiu M 0e BOIIk , .1 Itrletlj paid In advance Inund at tht Pnut Offlrt at anni CUT, u 5coi.4 C'loM JfsMer. Correspondent wanted In ery city 4 town id thin Hate. Write us. 11 news matter intended t r pub Uoavtlon should reach our office not la tor than Tiunday, of eacti week an 4 But be signed by the writer not for publication, but a guarantee of auth enticity. rrioti-Me. Mr west siatr. Kansas City, Me. t. Advertising RnUi, far aae on. taaerilna I H ft on Inch, each lahMquait Inaertloa JO tot two tarhea, three month I.Ot Forrwo lacbe, en month 100 for two Incb., sin month MOO fartwelaekae twelve month! 11.0 OLDEST NECiRO JOURNAL ... IN KANSAS CITY, rWICE ALL THE RFST. i"he paid circulation cf The Rising Son is more than double the combined circu lation of all the other Kansas City Colored weekly newspapers. TO THE REPUBLICAN LEADERS OF JACKSON COUNTY. T...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

v THE RISING SON. Remember pleaxe It' tne little blu we collect here ana i iere but enable ui to run from year to year." LOCALS. Eugene Brown, brother of Mrs. Richardson, Is very sick at 1325 East Sixteenth street. National Printing Co., has moved from 6th and Delaware to 1311 Inde pendence avenue. Miss Lena Williams has Just recoV' ored from a two weeks' lllneHs at 1327 East Sixteenth street. Women are like men in one re spect; some are good and some are not. It doesn't matter whether you want to buy, sell, trade or room, don't move until you see Weaver. Monday and Thursday night, danc ing at the Arlington Hall. Class, Wednesday night. Hall, $15 per night. Dr. Wm. J. Thompklns, recently of the staff of physicians and surgeons of Freedman's hospital, Washington, D. C, wishes to announce his office at 704 East 12th street; residence, Compton hotel. Both phones. Dan Francis, who shot and killed his wife and Mrs. Dora Jackson, was hanged last week in Chicago. He was once a prominent Ne...

Publication Title: Rising Son, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rising son. — 18 October 1906

NECESSITIES FOR SICK ROOM. YOMEN WHO CHARM XU.TI IS THE FIRST ESSECIIAI PURELY FEMININE' Season Was RECENT SUMMER MARKED BY OSTENTATION. Autumn's Decree Is That Quieter Ef fects Are to Rule. ,ind Marks the End of the Reign of Hysteria. Accord in.; to a well knv. n writer on f.i s h .. ri . i: lias h on ;i delirious, clot ln's jtiittmuT. an.l tin' woman whose ; liy.sti iia point that way has fairly i reveled in tl," different effects sin- ha croa'od in tno way of comliluaiiotis, : i . I. oiio ii:. to viol, nt than the last. C.'iaitis :i titl ln-Hils have been otnnl-, present, and class a tul china have , l.. i"i worn as freely and fashionably as or,y and mial might In- in more par ticila. days. I Autumn, happily, has decreed that ! On bathing beaches there have been such sights as never were before on land or sea. qiii. ti r efforts must rule, pioving that tin' j;irl who clung lo wh'lo atnl black and brown tliroui-ii the rainbow sum mer whs n ally in advance of the style, all Iioiil'...

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