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LATEST FADHaVeQU AN -
This ph'otograph'sh'ows Gainsr
borough's "Lady .with. a Black
Hat" posed for the camera by an
American. . '
Society women, are now .visit
ing the great , art- museums in
search of their "double," in the
characters of the old masters, and
PRIMARY GRADE IjESSON
"WhWia the beet sugar-manufacturers
of California. raisetheir
price just because"Ner. York .re
liners, 3,000 miles'.away.'drd'sa?"
"Because it was good business,"
answered Expert 9Willet, of'Iew,
York. There was'2"cent's per
pound more profit" "7 . ,--
Why did we of "easy picking"
pay more for sugar?' "'Answer:
having discovered her, they im
mediately, have an exact copy
made of the costume vi'.orn in the
p'ictufe, dress -their hair in the re
quired style, and e'mploy an artist-photographer
them on paper with startling
fidelity, to the original on canvas.
But'these'rudimehtafy lessons in
'economics are easy! '
'Over in Germany, each baby
carriage ha's .to, have a license
number because they are'so much
alike, fightbje a' .good stunt to
giye-the s'ociety.babies themselves
VHcense'numb'erXo the fond but