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"ATTAIN A BOYISH CONTOUR"
; Suggests Billie Burke, and Then You Will Be Billie's
"Modern Idea of Venus."
( Now that women are going corset
less or at least,are striving to ma"ke
themselves appear uncorseted, you
can almost tell the character, of a wo
man by her hips. There is. the girl
who has "waggly" hips. You know
the kind. They look .as though they
were going to be put out of joint
every step she takes. I always put
this kind at a girl down as having
&& tioEQUtfdetf desire for tfieadmira-
tion of -the. other-sex and little intel
Then there 'is the girl who looks
"slip-shodded" around the hips. Her
dress never quite fits over them, it
is higher Or lower than it should be
in'the front or back. The girl is lazy.
Then you have the girl who early be
gins to take on a settled look about
the hips, she has lost many of her
illusions and enthusiasms and will be.
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