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AND' THti;Y SAY IT'S A REAL
This is Mrs. Harold McCor
mick favorite daughter of John
D. Rockefeller, and leader in
Chicago sassiety. Every time
Mrs. McCormick walks ddwn the
street, she just has to listen to
the automobiles chug to hear the
dollars rolling chugging means
gasolene; gasolene ' means ma
zuma to anyone, of the Rocke--feller
Mrs.; McCormick lias just,
bought a number of exquisite
gowns in New York, whence she
shortly leaves for E'unope. This
is one of them she's wearing here.
This one's of wji&e chiffon em
bossed in velvet leaves and flow
ers, in shades. ?ii f ..dfcjiid ...and
. mauve, tl .his-a long pointed
train over a white; charmeuse
sash, giving the desired -uncurved
line at the hip, .A wide collar of
white chiffonjDutlined in rhine
stones forms the only primming
on the bodice, the neck' of which,
is cut in low V fronf'and back-.
The bust line in front is finished
with a single, velvet; orchid' put
lined with diamonds.. "
Without wishing'; - to appeat
rude in any way, we hope Mrs.
McCormick will never "gp.-out on,
the 'street 'in this "govyn? Some
passirig-auto mighf Sniss a -chug;
and, the, shock m.ight oh well,
you see how low that V is cut !