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DEMURE HAIR DRESSING
IS ON THE WAY
sets simple coiffures. With the in
coming of demure hair-dressing,
the indoor decorations of' fair
heads increase. For formal even
ing events, it is the rule for the
'feminine' crown of glory to be
decked in varied ways.
Bands of gold or silver lace is
a favorite decoration for pretty
girls. If the hair of the maid is
dark, then gold sets off its raven
Silver is becoming to blond hair
and the lacey bandeau "is usually
held in place by a knot and bow
of some gay ribbon.
"Here's a new cure: . Ohio man,
hurt in a football game, can't re
member that he is married.
HULL HOUSE DEEDED A
HOME FOR MOTHERS ''
Another recreation spot, where"
tired mothers and children may
escape the heat of the city for a
few days in the summer, was as
sured yesterday, when Mrs. Jos.
T. BQwen,, 1430 Astor street,
deeded to Hull House a 75-acrd
farm as a memorial to her hus
band. The place, according to plans
of the settlement management,
will be, used' as a slimmer home
for needy mothers and Httle chil
dren. Families in erroups of 100
or so will be given ten-day out
ings on the farm. The property,
will be policed by women em
ployes of the settlement", and no
men or boys over 12 years of age
will be allowed torset foot on the
grounds, it is said.
The property, which is a mile!
and a half 'north of Waukegan
and.half a mile from Lake Michi- 1
gan, is situated on a "bluff in the
heart of a stretch of timber. A
main hall and a number of cot
tages will be erected on the land
this winter. On the lake front,
a bathing beach will be estab-
lished, and boats will be provided!
for the use of the summer gtfests.
Mrs. Bowen is at present treas--urer
of the Hull House associa-
tion. She has "been a trustee of
tViof nroraniatinn frr n nnmhpr rt
years. The new summer colQnyj f
will be known as the Joseph L
Bowen country club.
If mothers ruled this country
every male person would be a