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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 17, 1915, MOVING PICTURE EDITION, Image 15',
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NEWEST DANCE IN NEW CAKE-WALK
Old-Time Buck and Wing Revived in New Cake-Walk.
The Rang-a-Daddle is just what it
.Eniinfls HUp hnnlr nnri -wlner 'with
plenty of high-stepping. The lady
PARIS GIRLS "RUFF" NECKS
By Margaret Mason
.It's a little ruff on Paris
lEverywhere you look this, spring,
fAII the ladies fair are ruff necks,
t is quite the swagger thing.
T'.The Paris girl is right there with
'a'ViaTicr aTirt a -ruff thpsA davs Thp
mshort fringe of hair over her brow
ami tut; wiue eiuiiutxj ui uuii ugaicu
white muslin around her throat seem
gato be the two truly essential parts of
a- chic Pansenne s toilette.
JjSt's the same old ruff we had with
lira couple of seasons ago, of pleat
'edNvhite muslin or batiste. It is worn
'up around the top of a' high collar
Jike au aureole under the chin or a
does all the dancing, her partner
stands beside her, beating time with,
his heel and clapping his hands.
halo out of place. More often it is
like a floppy white clown's niff out
linging a round cut-out neck.
Ruffs are especially used on the
omnipresent short full skirted taffeta
frocks of navy blue or black. Pleated
cuffs to match the ruffs usually finish
the long or elbow sleeves. The short
sleeves are rapidly ousting the long
effects for warm weather wear, and
most of the smart blouses as well as
the taffeta frocks have the abbrevi
ated arm coverings.
MA GRUMP SAYS
"Don't make your defense too
strong. Lots of time you'd never
know a feller ever had a drink if you
didn't smell the cloves." Peoria
ns? . . .