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summer' girl: wears wintry
Purs and summer zephyrs is one
of the curious combinations made
Jhis summenby'Dame Fashion.
Many.-of the motor coats worn over
summer frocSHave big, wintry iur
collars which are very becoming
though"perhaps, not quite comfort
able on a warm, evening.
MAY BUILD NATIONAL MEMORIAL
-TO. INDIAN CHIEF
Minnie ns -a J
"Moor -Wiltf or-
Beaver River, N. Y. Although she
came to the Adirondacks for a vaca
tion, Mrs. Minnie Moor-Wilson, the
southern author, is devoting a great
deal of time to, a patriotic cause she
undertook several years ago the
erection of a monument to Oscepla,
chief of the Seminoles.
Mrs. Wilson has interested Con
gress in her project, and last Febru
ary Congressman Prank Clark intro
duced a bill asking for an appropria
tion for the monument.
The memorial wil be located in
Florida, home of the Seminoles, and
probably on the island in Lake Toho
pekaliga, where Osceola so often
pitched his tepee.
Spotted materials are among the
rivals to the checks and plaids for
waistcoats and tunic edging.