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blankets was Harry, half asphyxiat-1
ed, but absolutely uninjured by
smoke or fire.
Raphael sat down and looked up
at us. He presented a spectacle that
few of us care to think about Mrs.
Raphael, who had "been revived, ran
forward, but suddenly another wom
an shouldered her away. It was
Mrs. Daunce. She took Raphael's
burned hand in hers and kissed it
Doctor Peterson gave a glance at
Raphael and shrugged his shoulders.
We knew what that meant
"I shall never forget," sobbed Mrs.
Daunce. "I shall never forget"
That was the last time I saw on
Raphael's face the smile we used to
see in Hiram's store.
"It is nothing," he said, in his queer
accent "I am an American now, and
you have all been so kind, so very
kind to my wife and me. And so
Washington, he grow up among
friends, to be an American."
His eyes closed, and he fell back.
I saw Mrs. Daunce trying to comfort
Mrs. Raphael, and I knew that the
woman's campaign would be aban
doned. o o
"Modish skirts are ten yards wide,"
announces Dame Fashion, but re
member she means dancing skirts.
The sensible tailored maid is wear
ing her skirts four and five yards
Everything from hawk's wings to
yarn has been commandeered by the
milliners for hat trimming. And the
yarn or worsted stitching is espec
ially good as an edging for brims
the color combination usually being
black stitching on white, or white
stitching on black.
Scotch plaid looms up in such fine
fabrics as voile, chiffon and taffeta
and it's used for evening wear as
touch as for street wear.
Hem-stitching has taken the place
of beading and insertion in the lin
gerie being made up for autumn outfits.
A WOMANWHO WON HER WAY
She began as a catalogue girl in an
art gallery. Today Rose Lorenze is
one of the most important figures in
the American art world. She is said
to be the highest salaried woman in
the United States and. the hardest
working woman in New York. -
SONG OF TAXIS
Sing a song of taxicabs
Standing' in a row,
To ride across the street in one
Would cost you all your dough.
The figures on the meter
' Commence their merry climb,
Every time the wheels go round
It means another dime.
The chauffeur makes tfie deeds
Kidd ' ' '
Appear a trifle dim, .
No pirate captain ever;dkT
Have anything on. him.