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Dpuble ruffles of pleated tuUe
of lace finished the, long sleeves,
qnrwaists and coats.- -
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Conductor :F-f-fare, prriease."
Tuff-McNutf: Say, amt you
wise'dat only de.hrave degrve de
- QUEERiNG DAT)
Willie: Mamma, ain't'th'ere any
fairies any more?
Willie: That's funny :I heard
pa tell Mr. Jones about-the fairy
he was with last night.
We think of Africa as a savage
country. Buildings in Johannes
burg alone within two , years,
cost -about $15,000,000. ."
Frills qfshadow, maline or
other light laces, about 3 or 4
inches wide, -are used as high
Parasojs of terry cloth or Turk
ish toweling are freaks of the
The between seasons and early
spring hat if of maline, while"
high cockades, ruffs, pleatings
ard bows of maline are used as
trimmings on straw ones.
Old Tilue is a popular color this
spring, while shades ranging
from amber to old gold up to the
pale straw tints are seen in straw.
A ruche round the hem of the
skirt emphasizes the beauty of
small feet, but it must be chosen
Because Milady Fashion has'
been so fond of untrimmed hats
during the past year, French ex
ports of artificial flowers drop
ped from an annual $6,000,000 to
a mere $1,600,000 for 1911.
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Petroleum industry growing
rapidlv. Forty-four new petrol
eum steamers, with total carry-1.
ing capacity of 370,000 tons, are
'being" constructed in Great Bri
tain. - -
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