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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

1 JOURNALu M.tKt' 11, i914. PERSONAL. j.,.AL will bW gld to h :i ntl, Per" (.1l * r Slaeste fiom all ' Ics of - ol,"n'Uliv'lti( nN must .bu' T0 onlnme ill .e cque La t'lo o 9 c .m iclatiOlI. P. U. Box - . 7. t your auto tuned SBROWs & GAINES prices are reason No. 11l or No 2 Og night. We have I I.r hire. aind are ai detake you anywhere. ( J . babb. aunt of Bob d Oppolusas, was the Comiercial Ho *is week. Incident I,. Parker, of New who figured in the Case, was regist botel at the sale A =f. Berger and daugh- i e, returned to, 'Wednesday. Clhou-n, of Gilbert, --wn this week. , Withroe was in town 4 N lo see the Tallulali S' Furuiture Co's au -d0. Yerger has re gfs. Louis where she - visit to her daugh lmam Nl. Murphy. Sote in this issue J( been away, are hsve just returned, is visiting you, we didn't know ralways, that the M is number 7 and be disappointed. i.ietnathy, oif Sond -r. R. U. Ireet. - o Vikicsburg one mrics Dixon and J I -vi-itors to V icks- M' . Mrs. Dixon days wi...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

* -- I The .4. " !brel eo. ae In millions of k tchens has n e t calumet is hihest not only in a but inla le ing feer as well-an. & .sadsuy ecomsmical in use. Ask your pamu. And Cr lamet nest bake day. o! Ia N o o *--De bse keepa diardy? ee t DawaNo, buatso bee t t hlloemal Qash acoun DOonA rIo Ib0.-te e ALBERT ct PK te ti il 1-21l, 1914. Sof candidates. It the Idet of the body to mak a great event for the Masons an eon for the d but o rder we SbecoNo Time, mber es Hisat they ag renon, -Do It will be neeesa diary o ave petition in the eephands ofa strict o pmomnlt b sblccont. NSCOTI Sotsh Rite Masons os SCowpland secretary,22 Albert Ptk  Rock, Ark- -Adv. wor e Nts Definition. M W onat's a stage wakte pa? st oa "I drsonlo't know exactly, son, but gaes It's thheavy man " troz SINCA REiTN" FOR Y For i he adacthe bad breath, ral *t o 10r tent box now.i ol i No odds how bad your liver, stomach, prOl b3ll21n2es, and sluggish bowels -Deo rs s et the desired resulthe t slam Cocandida...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

rseness g ot hoarseness that Or do you get hoarse *woLe,. whenever you get cold? means a catarrhal Sthe vocal cords. The are way down in the when affected by should cause serious -ss been found to be an ymedy for such cases. s"celved testimonials ble people who have  of hoarseness by Irold you want to read sasllent testimonials on write for the OF LIFE"  y the Peruna Co. Co n lseo be obtained in m Ask your druggist, . b diret. IIIrarne. - You Ner d a eaerrl a in Take Orove's reove's Tasteless chill Tonic • t as a 6tneral Strqtheulug Teal, Becaum I Acts aM tl g il iMalaria, Earlohes the Blood ait Bilds Up the Whole Spsta. S- t you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic, as s printed on. every label, showing that it contains the well-known fd QUININE and IRON. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and gahses, General Debility and Los of Appetite. Gives life and vigor to 3trim and Pale, Sickly Children. A True Tonic and Sure Appetiser. paes ad children. Guaranteed by ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 14 March 1914

e ý s T HE difference in time between St. Petersburg and Berlin is ex actly 61 minutes, but the kind of time you have there depends entirely on what you want, Karl R. Kitchen writes in the World's Magazine. St. Petersburg presents greater con trasts in its life -than any city in Eu rope. There is no middle class, which means you can dine well for 60 or 70 kopecks (30 or 35 cents) or for 20 to 30 rubles ($10 or $15). The 60 kopeck diner never gets into the 30 ruble place, as he sometimes does in New York-or in Berlin for that matter. The "Hallroom Boys" kind of sport does not exist in the czar's capital. The result is that Petersburg (no one in Russia ever says St. Peters burg) has the most elegant and cer tainly most costly night life in the world. It is impossible for pikers to pike in its gay restaurants, which, by the way, do not open until 11 p. m. Even the possession of a bank roll, the usual qualification for admission to sanctuaries of pleasure, does not al ways sufice here. ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

THE MADISON JOURNAL. ROUNTICEE BROS., lubhlhers TALLULAI, .IADISON P.ltIlII, LOUISIANA, S.ITURIIAY, 31I(1 't1, I NE1 I EIIE --V) OND WEDDING II WHITE HOUSE gLEANOR WILSON'S ENGAGE. "INTTO WILLIAM G- McADOO SOFICIALLY ANNOUNCED. WIDOWER OF FIFTY lntimate Friends Declare That He is as Young as a Man of 30. Wedding Next June. eewspaper rnlna News Sksrefr .. ~gton.-"The president and Wilson announce the engage of their youngest daughter, Randolph, to Hon. William McA doo." ) sanonucement was issued at s.White House by Secretary Tumul * gar a day of speculation in capi Sfledal and society circles over btigmpects for another White House -~ in June. er weeks there have been rumors 1st tbs president's daughter and the mehry of the treasury would be aris soon, and in the past day r tWe there has been no denial that i saonancement could be expected. ilhdste of the wedding is not known, t it is generally believed it will be SThere has been extrordinary interest b La engagement among officia...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

SYNOPSIS. inre , spring-house girl at linpe mana rti. tells the story. It opens with the at of tiss Patty Jennings who Is rr" to be engaged to mallrry a prin.e, the death of the old doctor wiho owns asntorlum. The estate Is left to a grandson, D)icky ('art.-r. who U- appear on a certain date arid run Sanatorium sum.eisfuilly for two or forfeit the Inheritance. A rase mrapsp delays Inrk's arrival. Mr. Tho le hovering about in hopes of se the place f.r a summer hotel. Sa college mart in hard luck. Is pre upon by Van Alityne. Dick's broth w. to impersonate the missing heir take charge of the sanatorium until arrives. D)lck. who has eloped Patty's younger sister. Dorothy. ar ad the couple go into hiding in old shelter house. Fearing to face hy's father, who is at the sanator - I)ck arranges with Pierce to con S* In the managernent of the property Rummers. lea.5%g lady of Pierie's theatrical company, arrives. is sulng Dicky for hreach of promise. ~,n . under the incognito of Oskar wild, ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal BULL FIGITS REVIVED IN PANAMA Oi 4t Bull fighting has boni revived in Panama after a lap a of several years. and 5,400 persons thronged the greal inlheater at Vista Alegre the other day and rose en mWase to greet the returned toreadors. In the upper galleries -u many American men and women.  v v - . . . . . . -- . . . . . . . . .- - - - PRESIDENT OF BRAZIL AND BRIDE Specially posed photographs of Marshal Hermes da Fonseca, president of I. whose rule is threatened by revolutionists, and his beautiful bride, the bIr Seaorita Nair de Teffe, who is but twenty-seven years old, while her uIMIM is sixty-three. Brazilian society was somewhat shocked by the mar IA, as the president had been widowed only a few months. NEW GUNBOAT SACRAMENTO LAUNCHED 1'', Tb. rnited States gunboat Sacramento, which was launched recently at ý Crnmp shipyard in Philadelphia. It will be one of the largest and best pped vessels of its type in t...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

dDISOE JOUMRiI B tD EVERY SATURDAY. ]ORGE SPENCER, Editor. S T3tL. noxs NOuxmn 7. taueed ef Maies Parlb. il Journal Fifth Distric Levee Board, School Board Police Jury. and Town o Tallulah. O Pm Amrx IN ADVANCE ed Jan. 10th, 1908 at Tali , ., as sceotd-class mai iater, under Act of Congres March 8, 1879. _JOURNAL Is not responsible to and opinions of correspondents a ina its columns. A, LA., MacHu21, 1914 A SlEAT SUCCESS men and women desir to achieve a great success not waste their aumme . One vacaticn speni y will protect them againsl -and enable them to earn aest living aild live a re. le oltisen. There is n( idling away the summer . Business men and farm. ke work during the sum. Ambitious boys and girls rather spend their vaoys Itth a large and enthusisae ent body, mastering a of bookkeeping and short. t'r telegraphy that they may their way through some or accept a good paying Si a' business office. li more for ruooess thai a long ways ahead al waits until cool weather y. Many ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

I IADISON JOUUNA1 n S, Li.. 1MARClH '1, 1914. IgIAL AND PERSO~iL. Tie JOURNAL will he gIldd to m-and pubtlih oci..el, Perso, .i1 #r 'ous of interest from all parts of , is~. All ernmmumie'tinns must rsigned, but no name will he. D-y d iiunless request to do so e lks eommu: ,ration. P. O. Box - Phone No. 7. gt. Will H. Hewes, Police it of ward three, was in town oday. 0d. F. L. L. Maxwell, President dtie Police Jury, was in Tallu bl Monday. Ir. Benj. J. Mithele,of Afton,I lj, was Ih town this weed. Sr. John H. Devine, member d Police Jury of ward 8, was in Talluijh Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crump. of atrly, La., spent Thursday in Tslltalah. . L. Russ,Government Agent tI0inners,reports that Madison prib produced 6,868 bales of Agms in 1918, according to a il ad complete canvass of all i in the parish. Mr. A. E. Kell, of Duckport, Sisa town Thursday. lr.and Mrs. William (Gou-1. Ii, of Coleman, La., were in ilalsh aSunday. Er W. P. Sevier, of Isli ng s made a business trip to riksbrr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

IIDREN LOVE SYRUP OF FIGS It is cruel to force nauseating, harsh physic into a sick child. Look back at your childhooo days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well-found ed. Their tender little "insides" are Injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and bowels need cleansing. gi'e only dell eoims "California Syrup of Figs." Its action Ji positive, but gentle. 3millions of mothers keep this harmless "fruit laxative" h:ndy; they know children love to take it; that it never fails to Clean the liver and bowl Is and sweet en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given today saves a sick child tomor. row. Ask at the store for a ,0-cent bottle it "California Syrup of Figs." which has full directions for babies, children oa all ages and for grown-ups.plainly ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

TO WOMEN eeonomical, cleansing and of all antiseptics Is pIeatic Powder to in water as needed. I  msd.n'al antiseptic for douches t. ji catarrh, Inflammation or ofD nose. throat, and tha. feminine Ills it has no equal. yo the Lydia E. Pinkhani So.bhas recommended Paxtine Fimvate correspondence with "w lch proves its superiority. Swo have been cured say l its weight in gold." At 60c. large box, or by mall. po'ms Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. TI Wish to Enjoy *ýlbrt of a clear head, a Ssnmach, keen appetite and USE gid for free sample to Shdi Vegetable Pill Co. 3 prw Stre r., kw trot Sa I. LITTLE ROCK, NO. 12-1914. CASTORlA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have O- PAlways Bought b lPrelpration forAs - ltrtoodadgul Bears the Signature AwIlmrs Digesion,heerful mnsd Rest Contains neithr Of NARC OTIC AI lr~ In e.rect Remedy for Consp U e ,Sour Stomach.Diarrhoa. Use onlsions.FeverisOver a Loss or SLEEP For Over bcsiile Signature of CEWNTUR- . Thirty Years NEW YORK. suder the Fooda CA...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 21 March 1914

CAR SEIS LOST II CHICASO assengers Are Carried AM Over Town at the Mercy of a "Green" Crew. ON WAY--BUT WHERE? Twsenty.e-Ton "Chariot," With Its Cre* and Two "Owl" Passengers Disappear as Effectually as Collar Button Under Chiffonier. Chicago.-Thlnk of a street car be lag lost! Incongruous? Yes, but not impos .sIble It has happened-it happened just a few nights ago, and in Chicago. A 26-ton Chicago avenue "owl" car, with its crew and two passengers dis appeared as effectually as a collar but "te under. a chiffonier. One of the passengers was W. H. Pierce of 615 Latrobe avenue, Austin. The crew was "green." The car sempany's dispatcher questioned the pair when they left the barn. Did they know the route? Of course. "adn't they been over it once dur Iag the two days they were being "broken in?" Surely, they knew. WPte decreed that the right switches hould be open for the first mile or ;wo of the trip. The various twists within the loop .~ire made true to form and the two workers who w...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

I.THE MADISON JOURNAL.° ROUNTREE BROS., Publishers TALLULAiH, MADISON PAlISI, LOUISIANA, SATUliDAY, 111.1('I1I "2, 111 NEW I .._EW_" ll ll.__--___l. "_ 1_. I EVlDENCE OF CORRUPTION FUNE gIATE LOBBY COMMITTEE CON "UCTING AN INVEST:GATION OF CHARGES. N LABOR CONTRACTORS mgsd to Have Used $50,000 Fund t Deieat Pen;ling Hughea Bill. gp 5ewspaper Ctn New, , rvtep. ushlngton.- "There is no evidenet Jgof any $S,.000 fu:nd," said S-enato gman, chairman of tile Senate Lob IVCgmmittee, at the conclusicn of thf gluittee's investigation of report: glt much a sum was being used Il jintagton by representatives of gIsa labor contractors to defeat the Mlag Hughes bill to restrict mar SIIg of convict made goods. The chairman's remarks, which ap itgy closed this latest pha-e ou the ggitttee's Inquiries, was addressed *igward Boyle, a Chicago attorney agmerly treasurer of the-National of Charities and ('orrec who has opposed so-called anti labor legislation for years as representative of a group of...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

FUTURE PEACE -e ATE DEPARTMENT SEEKS TO F VENT TROUBLES IN COUN- r TRIES TO THE SOUTH. WEIGH BARRETT'S IDEA meat Oicials Are Anxious to Arrange Som Plan of Concerted Action to Prevent War Among Our Neighbors.. a By GEORGE CLINTON. t Washington.-While it may be too to be of service in saving the Mexican situation, the om- t of the state department are dyl g a plan by means of which it be possible to prevent troubles I like kind in the future. The plan I the officials, presumably with I sanction of the administration, ve under study is one which was I ted during the ROosevelt admin , but to which no attention paid during the "Taft time." It is possible, and it may not be ing to Democratic pride to say is probable, that the Washington have been spurred to the of the new means of keeping eant Spanish-American Republics r control by the reports of the pathetic and enthusiastic recep which has been given In great American countries to recent of Theodore Roosevelt who has talking to the S...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

News of the Week as Caught by the Camera for Readers of The Journal WfRI R.TfhIRIMI RAE I DI AVEDO sa a uwu ue ,. .,ma. I .... , ,,-- ., - - - WORLD-TOURING BALL PLAYERS SALUTING KING GEORGE Twenty thousand as wild rooters as ever assembled at any ball ground saw an exhibition of the American nas l pine in London. The game opened with the Giants and White Sox drawn up in salute before the royal box. b OGeorge bowed his acknowledgments, and later developed into an ardent fan as the excitement of the contest piM him. IAiTTLE FOR WORLD'S RACQUET CHAMPIONSHIP i99 $ .• ::'j!:: ··:· '";" "":i~~i ':'· " " .. . .. .j:, .·::. : .. mads Coy (left), professional eauet champion of Great Britain, and ýtll (right), amazteur champion of A&mericaz, contes~tant for the world's -.-.p at Phlladelphia. ON GUARD AT THE "BULL PEN" ::::/ - . . :'. .. .. :-Y:.::: ?.{::.:ý x v,. '.-'..' • . . . .."" i- :·-··"" ::.. Yom' ".*".f;vF iaa: •-;i: .... .. . .. .. . -: ·...° .. .v : : .. :·. : ·· ....:...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

IMADISO JOURIAL nseD KZVtY SATURDAT. KOItaE t'9l44I~l, Edlitrr, briad of ee w m.a e. et harnsl nth fluet levee miard, 18rhmt lHrd, Polir Jury and Trwn of 'tlealah, 10 VKs Aw.tm x AtsrvAcUs, ter»d Jan, loth, 19M st 'Ilti, h. La., second'elmt maill tter, lfilter Act of (liagram tartch 8, 1879, ,JOURNAL is not r pr slble far views and oplnions ofeortrepondent in id columns.. It, LA.. M RCN 28, 1914 K SATE SAlME LAWS p~re of the state is dit ag the pjntet~lm of tsh and . This problem has been atly before the legislature 10 years. There had been e ved sonme improvenlent an the , but dt thie whole the reg a in do not conce.n the gallt I the degree that they should. P most serious tefeet in the U at law is the fact that the sections of the State are s adequately prse'rved. A- sy defect is the provision in to licensint of trappe+. .p men as as a general tfIle are test destroyers of dame. p  locate in plades practically ible to others and kill not limit everything in the line in and out...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

FADISOIJOURNAL n, Lt., Maca 9 1914.j SMAL AND PEtRSONAL * *The JOURNAL will bb kled td *. ,nd publish Kceldl, Perounml .r ot es of interet from all parca if .rishall. '11 comntuile'eations must Iarly signed, but no name will be ed unlh ss request to n a: e" Ies commniention, P, O. Bbt Phone No. 7. r,. 0. t. 34.hneidan, of New eirnv, was here a couple of jys this wedlt ini the interest of *,*d.lY Of (PE'tlalls, who de to p .trrhen4 ,ttall tracts of W hile here, Mr. Schlnei S.kwas the gdeet if Mr. A. S. t liarpV. and wits a pleasant a ller at t1ie JoutalI fflice. The LIdied Aid H8tiety of the lit Chuteh, will give annual Easte egg hunt on rday befofe.a ster. Don't was it. :e hrik o in casmpaign, tMiek is bting conducted inl Madison by Dr. J.. D Bautuiit, i pragrefssing nicely, and a gleat &alof inters4t is being mani Jbd. The following is the ess of places and dates ut vhehi free hook worm treatment 1 iDl be given. Tallulah, 21, 28, I i April 4; Mound, March St.1 ri~L. April 7;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

WIIIk Ill[RUS NWILL &Y MARY R0O3E1TS DINE IIAQT - ~iZIJTHOR.L OF- AA'AN ATL, - TA.IRCASE , ýf MAN CIIII~CICULiIAi~ JZ- LOWER. T EN WHEN A MAN MAR foss ILUSTRATED 9 EDGAR BERT SMI TH -r aea I nn h A dThn of Ant a._....n I WI Mtnnta" heh ..1d "Think of Aun SYNOPSIS. bl ap.tlg-house girl at Hope sean- i tells the story. It opens with the o of Miss Patty Jennings. who is re to be engaged to marry a prince. the death of the old doctor who owns s sanatorium. The estate Is left to a ce grandson. Dicky (Carter. who appear on a certain date and run t sanatorium successfully for two or forfeirlt the Inheritance. A case mumps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho il hovering about In hopes of se the place for a summer hotel. a college man In hard luck. Is pre- I upon by Van Alstyne,. Dick's broth law, to impersonate the missing heir take charge of the sanatorium until arrives. Dick. who has eloped Patty's younger sister. Dorothy. cr and the couple go into hiding in eld shelter house. Fearitn to f...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

Cu Dr. Pierce's Golden Med.ial Discover is a stomach, liver and kidney tonice-by assisting the stomach to assimilate, the liver to filter, the kidneys to ct-the poisons are removed, the red blood corpasles are increasedd d one fee lit, fresh and activ instead of logy, dull and heavy. Toe 'Disoovery" timau lates the stomach, Increases action of heart a arter km and Is a most satisfactory alterative in blood-taint of an character. e refreshing Influence of this extract of native medicinal plants has been favorably known for over forty years. Everywhere soe neighbor -n tell you o the good it has done t WSlealmeirbm eadeers i aye. tsr1db o1o am rp to r. Plrae, BafdI Y.mI u ae v t)or box meded. Watch Your Colts ... Co"ha.. Cods and lDlstroper. and at the rst smtom of any sobh allnnt. mIne sell dusIe uf tLat Woejerful remedy, now the mo., used in e istence, SPOHIN'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND t ce and 1 a bottle; and 10 the dozen of any drugist bham dealer, or delivered MPOIIN AL CO. Cbhemlstes ...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madison journal. — 28 March 1914

THE GOWN0 - .LADORATE AND OC Y STARTLIUNG. g Se Prettiest of Shoes, Conspicu Embroidered Stockings Are Wi -orme Charming Fan- h lee Seem Ia City Shops. aeet the requirements of the a le woman, whose faultless n Os necessitates the wearing II ly matched shoes to each v manufacturers offer the most al- d footwear. They realize that ii before was there so great an unity for making money as at I t. Sven the most conservative n Snsist upon pretty footwear. d for with the b short, tight skirts ib an otherwiset faultlesb costume s will be ruined if a the shoes are not t in keeping. 1 Stockings are as much a factor I in the scheme of 1 dress as shoes. A c few years back I Sioak Patent women disdained Leather. the thought of conspicuously em stockings, but today nothing l elaborate. For instance, a pair 1 411l blue suede slippers' are ac- I ed by a pair of dull blue silk 1 elaborately embroidered in soft with shaped medallions encir Green Suede. a small bouquet of miniature Another pair of g...

Publication Title: Madison Journal, The
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