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BONNIE BABY BONNETS " ,W
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x Tiny tender, ears are protected
this bitterweather by fashion's
dictates. "Wee small'-girls wear
bonnet's tHat come far over their
curly heads"and fasten snugly be
neath chubby handrd .dola dloa
neath chubby chins.
Broad drooping hats are still
well enough for warm days. For
winter owes wise mothers provide
those that provide the little
daughters from possible earache.
The nun's bonnet is a favorite
shape for small girls this winter.
It is fashioned after the model of
those worn "by the "Litle Sisters
of the Poor."
Sable color is the beaver that
is formed into a directoire bonnet
for a little girl of 5. The tall
crown is trimmed with ribbon
and thej:lose brim that comes
well ove the ears is faced with
the same toned silk. This is pink
in color and the'crbwn has slits
slipped. ' re t. -5''5
A big shir.red'chou.'-withrboW
andends is on trie 'left -side q
thispretty borqnet. - .w'
Palefilue shirred -velvet, rnakes
a charming "best"' bonnet for a.
little woman. The crown of this
bonnet is formed of crushed vel
vet, while the "wide brim is shir
red. . oo
Abbott,' Outlook's .president,
says Roosevelt isn't a 'candidate.
And the more others say'he isn't
theniore folks believe he is. Un
til Teddy chirps his own .absolute
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