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TWO HATS FOR MORNING WEAR
J Hats for shopping and morning;
wear will be-'very simple this year
and few of them will be trimmedwith
feathers or anything that can be hurt
fyy the weather.
:T,Many of these are in soft .hatters'
5lush in fedora shape with a simple
Upstanding bow at' the back.' These
hats are particularly fine 'for the
rearing of veils, which shouljl be fine
mesh and dots and brought, smartly
about the hat and pinned at the back
of "therieckas well" as" at the back
of the hat
-n In, Germany, when the vpte of thet
jury stands sis' qgainsf'six, the pris-
-oner is acquitted: A. vote, of se'ven
against five leaves the decision. to the".
ieoiuiv anil in a vote of eight' agaiitst;
four the prisoner is conSietd.....
Al -Welsh registrar of marriages
-teHsihfe-story of a very self-possessed
ofidegroomj a "builder by trade, who,
innSwerto the question as to length
,qf residence,, said, .icily: "Fifty feet
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