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of the Fashion .Art League of Amer
icaand.it has the ripple that stainps
it a 1915 autumn model.. JTbe skirt,
which is shirred from the waist, flares
out bravely and swings six inches
from the ground, which is conserva
tive length thisfalli.
That new brown cloth called "kit
ten's ear," because it is so soft and
smooth, is used to develop this mo
dish frock, andthe fur trimming is
beaver. I;h'e fur tabs on the front
of the coat and on the odd shaped
pockets give Miss Up-to-The-Styles
the military air which is never ac
cented by well dressed women, but
the suggestion of it is never absent
from the new frocks.
GOOD -FELLOWS. An old man
begged of me one, day: "My good sir,
for a dime I pray to buy a cup of
'coffe andr "as cringing on the icy
street he stamped his numbed and
nigh bare feet and held out his cold,
Then after he was warmed and fed
he leaned back in -his chair and said:
"When I was young and hale like you,
I had a good job anff ahome and lots
of ambish in 'my do'me and a fair
sweetheart good'" and true. Until I
made up with,, a bimch who seemed
to have a nightly hunch to make the
rounds of gay resorts. We'd blow in
all the kale we- had1 for booze and
other things as bad along the trail of
thorough sports. And1 1 lost all as
time went on, and when my ready
cash was gone my 'friends' all cut me
mighty quick. The chaps who'd
helped to spend my dough now
scorned my tearful tale of woe or
boosted me with a swift kick!
"Beware of, the 'good fellow'
friend, who's yellow streaks are al
ways bent to lure youon to evil ways.
Just take a poor, old tramp's advice,
who's paid tie bitter, awful price in
memories of better days." Bill
Idle rumors are likely to get busy
woner or later.
MOVIE STAR GOING -BACK TO
THE FOOTLIGHTS .&
., ..... ,, , drmiiM
Beatriz Michelena, prima donna,
who deserted the stage a year ago for
career in. the movies and became a
star in "Salomy Jane," "Mignon" and
other California film productions, is
going back to the footlights.
"Not because I do not love my work
in the pictures," said Miss "Bea,"
"but because I love my music more."
She is now preparing a grand opera
repertoire and will shortly appear on
the legitimate stage. Filmland is los
ing one of its most popular stars.
Young man, select a business In
which styles change everyyear. '