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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20',
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lap. "When the collision came it was
swept to the deck."
"Was there much in it?" asked
"The $50 you gave me this morn
ing. It isn't thatj Robert Ifs my
diamonds. I had put my brooch and
diamond rings in it Ob, dear! I am
grieved to death about it"
H"m!" observed Robert "Suppose
I should tell you it -was found?"
"Oh, Robert, never!" broke oat
Mrs. Meade, ecstatically.
"Well, it was," replied Robert "It
seems that the man who rescued
Lucy saw the pocketbook where it
had fallen near to her. He supposed
it was hers. He placed it in his pocket
and when she recovered conscious
ness gave it to her. Lucy has it now."
"And who was this splendid gentle
man?" cried Mrs. Meade breathlessly.
"He wasn't a gentleman," replied
Robert enigmatically, 'only a man
His name is Martin BriH."
ir By Betty Brown
If smocking looks well on a cuff or
a collar or a yoke, why wouldn't the
cunning little puckers look just as
well on a hat? The Summer Girl an
swered the question by having her
summer hat smocked, and now many
of the silk-covered and cretonne cov
ered hats are trimmed with little
A hat to match her summer gown
is the latest fancy of the girl who
leads the styles. The taffetas, cre
tonnes and some of the sheer mate
rials adapt themselves charmingly to
wide brimmed hats. Bring some of
your dress material to the milliner,
select a becoming shape to cover and
you have a stunning hat and it
won't cost much, either.
Belts are no longer merely belts
they have been dotted and striped,
stitched and strapped until they have
become a very important accessory
of the summer dress. A soft, white
kid with large polka dots of patent
leather is one of the popular summer
belts, and a strap of plain black kid
on white background has also won
SOFT AS MOONUQHT IS THIS
UTTLE DANCE DRESS
Silver and gold on a ground of blue
taffeta give a shimmery moonlight ef
fect to this charming little dancingi
frock. The full skirt of gold dotted
blue taffeta is scalloped about the
bottom and held to the figure just be
low the waistline by rows of shirredl
A wide girdle of silver tissue isi
half clouded by the filmy waist of net
which has tiny puff sleeves. Blue!
hem stitching edges the neck and a.'
blue ribbon marks the bust lins. '
Linen that has become yellow mayJ
be bleached snow white if soaked in
buttermilk for a short time rinso
and hang in son. Z