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KERMIT ROOSEVELT AND BRIDE RETURN TO U.
, S. AFTER HONEYMOON ABROAD
Kermit Roosevelt, son of ex-President Roosevelt, and his bride, (in
center, daughter of Ambassador Willard, as they appeared arrivinc ossv
York after their wedding in Madrid. At right is iVIrs. Alice Roosevelt Long-
The flower-pothat has blossomed
forth in a new guise, and in black
straw, with roses and green leaves
resting on the brim, it is a delightfully
Veils are worn rather more this
year than last, but they are very thin
and inoffensive. Most of them are
without spots or patterns, and of a
fine single-thread mesh. The harem
Bags made of squares of Irish lace,
gold or gray, are also very recherche.
These are lined with taffeta and
mounted" on those precious clasps
only to be found in curiosity shops.
The Japanese collar, which has
nothing Oriental about it except its
name, is the popular collar for sum
mer gowns. It's so wide and rolling,
and cool looking that it might better
be called asailor collar.