missing. Little Ralph came rushing
down the stairs one morning all ex
citement "In the attic!" he announced
breathlessly. "I saw him the bug,
crawling out of one' -of those big
All hands hurried to the attic.
There was a number of grotesque
wood, glass and plaster idols among
the curiosities taken from the uncle's
chest. Ralph pointed to one on a
"There! There!" he insisted.
Edison lifted down the idol. Sure
enough, out crawled the lost bronze
bug. Edison placed tne moi on a
stand. In his excitement little Ralph
ran up against it, tipped the idol and
it was broken into bits upon the
But among the fragments was a
small silk purse. Within it was the
fortune the dead uncle had boasted of
And now the future was provided
for, and through the kindly offices of
the bronze bug Vance found a speedy
way to the heart of the girl he loved.
, HOW IT CAME
One night at a great ball a devil
ish Waltz met a little Two-Step. The
little Two-Step was very innocent,
despite her seeming worldliness, and
proved an easy victim to the ad
vances and wiles of the bold, sophis
ticated Waltz. After a month
had gone by the wicked Waltz
abandoned the little Two-Step.
And it is their illegitimate child that
we have since come to know as Fox
facturers' association style show with"
a quaint fichu draped aoout tne
shoulders attracted so much atten
tion at a recent style show that I
sketched it for the benefit of The Day
Book readers. It's dark blue char
meuse with fichu of black Chantilly
drawn through the inside panel and
reappearing at the back where it is
PRINCESS TO RULE FASHIONS
By Betty Brown
The princess gown is to "queen"
over the fashion world this fall Not
that all the gowns will be princesses
but according to fashion forecasts I
hear most of the smart gowns will be
built on princess lines.
A demure little frock to be shown
soon at the Chicago Garment Manu
al ) ;
5 I V
tied in a sash. The skirt is short as
are all the new skirts, and the scal
loped edge is one of the new ideas so
often seen on the new gowns.
STHILLY STHALLY STHAYS
My ma bought a parrot yestherday
an' we had to take it back. You thee,
the dem thing sthutteredj
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