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never have found courage to tell
"To tell me?"
And then, in the revulsion of it all,
Arthur kissed Edith again. But
"That I thought you were Leslie," Madge did not seem to eare.
THE UP-TO-THE-MINUTE GIRL THIS SUMMER IS
THE GIRL WITH THE CAPE
Capes are the most popular of all wraps; and it does not make any par
ticular difference if you are short or tall, thin or fat, the clerk or the dress
maker will try to sell you a wrap. v
The ones shown are of the two most popular varieties for morning and
afternoon wear. The plain one is of Hue satin-faced broadcloth, with a
black satin collar. The fluffy-ruffle one is made of soft, black moire silk,
with ruffles of black taffeta.
Some of the newest bead neck
laces are so long as to reach the bot
tom, of the gown.
White crepe in an embroidered de
sign is used for one pretty summer
gown, - .- ' - '