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needs no embellishment, for then the eyes are'bright with enthusiasm; the
mouth curls up with laughter, and the skin is. tinted with the real joy of
being" alive: ' ' ' - ' ' '
Let -the woman who" has grown Ballow and worn brighten her com
plexion with color, both on and beside her face; youth needs only to be
healthya'nd -well groomed to show tints! airer than tan be made by men.
Let the middle-aged woman soften her skin by the sheen,or expensive
lace. Youth needs only a veil of net "about her throat through which the
pink and white of -flesh as heautlful as the petal of a-flower can be seen.
The girl .who soon learns, this, fact is:the girl who will be spoken of as
Perhaps I have wandered from the net blouseVbut it's all a part of
the subject, after all. We must realize the dress was not first worn as a.
covering for our bodies'but as an ornamentation, and when we clothe our
selves in just" "covering" we'arienot making the most of the beautiful and
artistic things that are' now manufactured for the ornamentation of
The thing for each one of us to learn is "what is the most appropriate ;
for me to wear anil what will enhance my. good looks most?"
I think nothing this spring will'do more for the girl with a fine skin than
a dainty net blouse. Make it simple, add a little lace to it, if you wish, but
it is quite.as pretty, if made vWitti only tucks and gathers.
The!on I hayeJm In the picture is just a plain little bebe waist, buttoned,
up in the back, with reveres and collar edged with Valenciennes. s
It is cut "round neck" no girl should wear a collar unless she is pain
fully thin. -,- - .
t I am wearing these little'net blouses- altogether whenever I must wear
a separate-waist of,any kind this.spring, and I like them better than bodices
of any other material.
Many- girls are making them with a lining otjthe same, cutting the
lining low and trimming it with lace and makingthe blouse' over it with
only tucks landruffles..of the same goods.
You can make your nqt blouse in almost any style, but you must haver
at least one If you would be in fashion this summer. 4
A. ,Q. Marshall, 72, ex-judge of
Will county 'district, will marry Miss
Anna Higrieem, nurse, 32f -who at
tended him through a serious Illness.
Wealthy farmer of Steubenville
wants divorce because his wife hadn't
kissed him in 17 years.
Gypsy woman in Sharon, Pa., 5
years bid, is mother of 34 children
- Mrs. C. P.' Rothwell and Mrs. C. H.
Rukenbred-sang a jocal duet which
was followed by fancy-work East
Palestine. (O.) .Reveille-Echo,
' Wanted Position in saloon or dry
goods stor, speaks five languages.
Gall John Polence,. New Philadelphia,
O, Ad m"eantonJ!.Q.,NjewflTOtj;3 ?
Telephone company .'of SE Paul
"haye contracted to give girls voice
culture lessons to soothe, ire of im-.
Thirty business men of West New-;
ton, Pa,, whose wives are suffragets,
have" organized cooking club. j
Radcliffe-College at Cambridge ap-t
pointed ight girl cops to arrest girls,
caught giggling, at lectures.
Nattce Cywn, 26, in N. Y., who.
won fame by ."dance -of the dawnj
advocates many marriages to develop
the brain. ,-.
- What musical, instrumenhas had
ah honorary degree conferred URon
it?-Eiddle D. D.
' Fascinating tales. Peacocks.