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SPLENDID MODEL FROM PARiS
FOR A YOUNG GIRL
Here is a model for the young girl
right from Madame Cheruit.
The narrow plain -skirt is of black
moire, and the over-drapery is made
of a piece of the moire used length
wise of the goods, allowing the sel
vage to show on the lower edge. This
is gathered into a. baud, apparently
tied about the abdomen and held up
to the waist line by another belt. '
The blouse is of black with white
stitching, making a moire effect. It
is very full and shirred at the neck
with a round blaclcmoire' collar.
o o r-
HOW IT GOES
By Berton Braley.
I go to the hank and T'draw but a
And think I have money to last
But my hopes all crash- in a total
, As the money melts in the swiftest
For somebody borrows a- yen or two.
And somebody comes with a last
'Or my clothes wear out or the 'rent
And leaves me nary a single mill.
When somebody pays-for,, the work
I've done J ,
I griiand chuckle with soul care
free, ,fWell, now I'll certainly have some
But somebody comes with a C. 0.
Or if a saving account I crave
And plan on Watching the roll grow
' . : fat, V
The whole amount that I meant to
-'3VIust pay 'insuranceor things like
They're always waiting to grab my
- I never manage to get ahead;
I'm either paying for this year's coal
Or last year's horse which is cold
Coin never lasts as I thought it
It always goes' at the least excuse; "
It never does me a bit of good;
I try to save it but whats the usel
Two women have been appointed
on the advisory council for medical
reseai'ch by the English government,'