Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
HARR-VTHAW IS AGAIN
ASKING FOR LIBERTY
b B il
Snapshot of. Harry K. Thaw,
slayer of Stanford White, taken
last week atNew Rochelle, N. Y.,
His hearing for a release from the
insane asylum will come up
We knew we should hear it.
Willie Hearst discovers that the
Titanicwent down -because its
owners dtdtfffolfq,wthis editorial
advice. l - jfcu "
FASHION FRIVOLS I
Dresses show slips of pale blue,
yellow, pink, or lavender, with -,
embroideries and ribbon touches
to match in the trimming.
For sDriner wear with tailored'
suits of whipcord, mohair .and
serge, the one button pique ,pr
cape glove in tan or gray shaHes
obtains. "" " "
Feathers arefavoredlDeyoftd all
her. trimmings " for the dr6s5v
All the old favorite such as
empire green, king's blue, corona
tion redfN geranium and sulphur,
appear in the trimmings of the"
accessories of the new garments.
Cotton ratinevis having a great
vogue for misses' suits, with crys
tal or15all iyoVy buttons for trim-
ming, and is one of the new tub
materials now in demand for
The great rage for shot taffetas
finds its mot satisfactory devel
opment for misses' hats because
it requires bright, youthful com
plexions to offset it. '
Firemen of the Olympic struck
because she didn't have enough4
lifeboats. With the Titanic's fate
fresh in memory, What did the
Olympic's owners do? Put on life
boats?. No sir! Put on strike,
J4 jr --.