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PRIZE WINNER! THIS GOWN WILL SET THE?
FASHION FOR EASTER SEASON
Dame Fashion has awarded the
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apple of style and beauty and here "
is the gown and here's the girl thkfr'
won the elusive lady's favor '
The gown was designed by Missb '
Janet Burns of Duluth, Minn., and
worn in the Fashion Art League's, '
parade m Chicago by Miss Marie
Kraus It captured first prize, a silver
statuette of "Elusive Fashion " ,,m
The "Mayflower" gown is built of, ' J
striped faille with round, full skirt box
pleated in front and made on a deep '
yoke. The bodice is made all in one"11
and close fitting The front pieces
are brought back and crossed at thefl
waist line and tied in a double butter- "
fly bow. Theh bow is lined with pale ' 1
yellow that harmonizes with the
stripe in the silk. b
Take a. Good Look at This Gown It is in the Style Fashion Has Decreed
For Early Spring Wear
A SCRAP OF PAPER
"Marriage is said to be a contract."'
"Yes; and it is about the only con
tract wherein, both parties can. set up
strong claims to getting the worst
of it" KansaErCity Journal.
The neck and sleeves are made of
hand-tucked net, and graduated
bands of black velvet trim the skirt
Tse No Gat is leading-the Piute In
dians in Utah If they see no gat
what is the posse afraid of?