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SOCIETY GIRL AVOIDS A
Baltimore, Md. She didn't want a
big wedding aid much flowers and
ceremony and publicity. And so Miss
Minnie Stone, daughter of a promi
nent Washington real estate dealer,
calmly eloped with "her fiancee, Ar
thur Foraker, son of the former Sen
ator from Ohio.
They were married here very quiet
ly, and it wasn't tfll next day that
' friends and family and Washington
society, which had all been counting
on a "big fall wedding"; learned of the
GIRDLES OR SASHES POPULAR
FOR SUMMER GOWNS
Girdles are mostly broad and soft,
many reaching nearly to the bust'
The waist line win tend toward
normal id. the tailored effects, while
in party or evening gowns, the waist
line may. be either very high or ex
tremely low, - ,
For the stout woman, a' yoke-shaped
girdle, with seam in i front, line
tapering into a long sash in the back
and-tied at-the end withwith'a fiat
bow, gives height to figure" and re
lieves breadth at the hips.
A fancy sash, four or five yards
lonff and ten inches wide, made of
soft crepe or charmeuse, worn twice
around the waist and allowed, to drop
from sides to-center of back, ,where
it is tied in a big. flat bow, islseen on
many dainty white gowns.
Girdles of Persian embroidery, cut
with- two deep points in frontand one
at back, finished with black silk tas
sels, gives an Oriental touch to a
dark-colored gown. i.
INDISPENSABLE LITTLE COLLAR
AND CUFF SET ' '
Every woman should be the proud
possessor of a collar and cuff set
made of linen and handsomely hand
embroidered. These are considered,
the very latest fad.
' The. hly (or' .Gladstone) collar,
made-of white chiffon or cream lace,
makes a delightful, flowerlfke back
ground for the face. '
The new draped collar lg a dainty
feature. Only soft material, s.uch as
crepe, voile-or charmeuse, should be
chosen for these.
The Japanese collar always stands
away from the neck and always is
worn with' a smart four-in-hand tie. -
It is hinted that collars and cuffs
soon willrun to the extreme in flares
and points. Many pleated' ones are
now being shown.
Buffs and frills adorn almost every
blouse -worn with tailored suit.