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HOW'S THIS FOR SPRING?
Here is one of the new spring
You see the skirt is longer
than we have been wearing for
many seasons back, and is still
very narrow. Just at the knees
there is a sort of wide facing pu.
(in which rounds up on the skirt
at the sides and is closed with
simulated buttons and button
holes in the front. This wide fac
ing is caught up slightly under a
narrow panel that reaches from
the waist down to the feet in the
The coat is a modified Russian
blouse, the waist part being
slightly fulled into the raised
belt, and a narrow peplum skirt,
with a cutaway front falling from
This frock could be made of
any of the mannish materials for
spring. The one illustrated was
of brown and white mixed goods
with cOrds of darker brown. The
model would be especially good
developed in heavy linen or cot
The hat is of Panama straw.
"You look very pleased with
yourself this morning, Higgs."
"Yes, I've good reason to be,
Miggs. I made a will, you know,
leaving my brain to the hospital,
and this morning I have received
an acknowledgment from the au
thorities." "Were they pleased,
Higgs?" "Certainly. I take it
that they were, Miggs. They say
that every little helps."
Pacific Mills Corporation of
Lawrence, Mass., is going to
carve up a 200 per cent dividend.
You see why it couldn't accede to
those strikers' demands, don't