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CAP&ARE MADE FOR ALL SORTS OF WEAR.
There is nothing prettier than a cap if one wears it properly. A cap
is merely a bit of coquetry and it should be worn in a coquettish' manner.
The caps pictured are one of gold embroidered lace with a long aigrette
at-the side to be worn at the theater. The one of white mull and lace with
pink ribbon bows to be worn in one's room and one of while tulle with wide
fans of the same material at the sides. This was worn by a bridesmaid at
a fashionable wedding recently.
GOOD WORK BY HARVESTER
Here's what the Harvester trust
Abolished night work for women
in its domesticplants.
Established a minimum wage for
women workers of $8 a week.
Made corresponding adjustments
in piecework prices and for more ex
Adopted Saturday half holiday
throughout the year with no wage '
Besides this, it has made a whole
lot of money but we are not inter
ested in that, beyond wanting to see
any employer make money who deals
justly with employes.
Fair tonight for Chicago and vicin
ity; Tuesday increasing cloudiness,,
with probably showers; not much
change in temperaturej easterly
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