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shaped briip and 'a black taffeta tarn
o'shanter crown, Jhis has bunches
of forget-me-nots 'at the back and
One of the very flat shapes is of
cream colored leghorn braid. Across
the front is a broaxt-band of pale lav
ender uncut velvet, the same velvet
forming a bow at the back, where the
shape turns up abruptly. Long wheat
ears and field flowers are placed at
both sides of the crown, and a couple
of wheat jears are unturned with the
bow at the back.
A beautiful summer lingerie hat
has already made, its appearance and -it
is striking in many ways. It is
made of white or black net, with a"
wired ruffle forming the brim. White
roses with black hearts make the
whole crown, while white leaves are
f used instead of green.
A light tan straw hat covered with
cream chiffon and pushed up on one
side to disclose yellow flowers, a bow
With streaming ends and an ostrich
feather in brown does not sound as"
fetching as it looks when worn
perched over 'the left eye of a pretty
Ohio has a woman tax assessor.
Japan contains 500,000 factory
In Singapore women are employed
as road builders.
There are four women who are
now.members of the Chinese parlia
It is said that a woman has drawn
3c the design for Canberra, the new cap
ital of federated Australia.
In Sweden, where women have al
,rie jrays jiad many rights, there is a law
being urged which provides that
women propose marriage, when dis
posed. Women's clubs in Arkansas w3l
take an active part in assisting, by
the initiative, to secure an advanced
'child labor law for the state.
NOT CREDULOUS '
"Seeing is believing' quoted the
"Oh, I don't know. Isee men every
day whom I wouldn't believe under
oath." Cincinnati" Enquirer.