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FUR - WOUND STOCKING AND:,ViWEEK - END
GARTER THE LATEST PARISIAN flEATIONS
We have heard of the fur ankiet in this country, worn by feminine
bathers, but.now Paris sends us the very latest in stockings showing a snake
of fur coiling from the ankle to the garter. This fur-edged stocking is much
in vogue with evening dress. On the right is the gold-clasped garter, with
the "week-end" hag, which has become very popular.
STEEL PLANT ADDS '2,000 TO ITS
Gary, III., March 6. Over 2,000
men have returned to work during
the last "few weeks at theGary plant
of the Illinois Steel . Company. The
working force numbers 7,200 now.
The other steel corporation subsidiar
ies in the town have made proportion
ate increases. There is a 25 per cent
increase in the operating capacity of
the open hearth arid blast furnaees,
as compared with a few weeks ago.
whom she had . recommended for a
situation. "Very well, thank you,"
answered the girl. "I am glad to hear
it," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person and you cannot-do
too much for her." "I don't mean to,
ma'am," was the innocent reply.
NORTHWEST GIVES WORK TO
St. Paul, March 6. Within the
next 30 days-about 10,000 men will be
given work oWfailroads in Northwest.
It is believed -that by June 1 nearly
50,000 unemployed men will have
found employment in various lines of
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" asked" a' lady of a girl trade In the. No'rthWe'st,