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UP-TO-DATE LITTLE MISS DRESSES JUST LIKE
HER GROWN-UP SISTER
Little Miss Up-to-Date has caught
right up to Big Sjster in the spring
fashion parade, and for the remainder
of this season at least the littlest girl
in the family will be as smartly dress
ed as any young lady of fashion.
But even if little girls do dress like
big girls, the little ones are just as
sweet and cute as when they wore
French dresses and Kate Greenaways,
HER BEST BEAU
"There's a gentleman in the par
lor, sir," said the maid.
"Did he give you his name, Katie?"
asked the man of the house.
"Oh, no, sir; but I think it's the one
who wants to give his name to your
daughter, sir." Yonkers Statesman.
because straight-lined coats and "rip
ple" shirts, and even the military col
lars, are so easily modified to suit
Her 4-Year Stomach Ache
Is Made Plain to a Jury.
Headlines in New York World.