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the bottom. Some of these axe form
ed by godets which run up to the
hip and others have the fullness only
at the sides from a wide yoke.
Of necessity these skirts are very
short. Some of them being eight and
ten inches from the ground.
Pur will be very much worn this
winter. And a black velvet skirt
trimmed with Martin or monkey fur,
if you can afford it, will put you
in the foremost brigade of fashion.
A white broadcloth gown with rose
of graduated black velvet ribbon
brings a decided remembrance of
great-grandmother's time. A black
velvet sash on this gown with a soft
chiffon blouse makes a very pictur
Up to date, under all the wide skirts
there is always a narrow one, but one
can safely promise that this will be
dispensed with before the winter is
As is the case with wide, short
skirts, high French heels will be the
only kind worn.
The athleticgirL can no ...longer,
wear "slinkers." .
A POSTAL GUIDE FARCE
(In Seven Reels.).
Bridal Veil, Oregon.
Wrangwell, Alaska. -n
a Scrap, Texas.
j Olive Branch, Illinois.
I Peace, Alabama.
I Columbia State.
In a new Selig comedy, "The Mov-
lng Picture Cowboy," Tom Mix does
some hair-raising stunts before the
camera. Mix is nailed as tne nerviest
"movie cowboy" in California.
PEOPLE WILL RULE," SAYS MME.
4 ftfit (
New York. Mmq. Nazimova, Rus
sian aqtress, is busy 'rehearsing a
new play, but. not so -busy that she
cannot ive her views on the Euro
pean war and its outcome.
"This war had to come," says the
emotional Russian. "We could no
longer tole'rate social and political
conditions in Europe. When the na
tions are through fighting we shall
have new forms of government, more
liberty of thought The people will
have a voice In the pew jjovernpients,
and thus will the war be justified."
A Southwick, Mass., man rode to
Westfield before his attention was
called to ahen on the hind axle of
his automobile, it prqved to be one
of his hens, which had gone to roost,
and, as It was darkwbien her owner
started for Westfield, she clung to her
perch and had a six-mile ride without
i losing her hold.
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