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BEVERLY BAYNE AND HER $5();0G0 WARDROBE
, RIDING HABIT
It would be difficult to think of any
thing nfore attractive than a pretty
gin witn a mm ngure in tne aown-io--
There was a time when Mere Mas
culinity declares that woman could
not look well unless attired in the
long cumbersome swirt and silk hat
proper for side saddle. But surely
not a masculine creature could help
exclaiming oyer the nattinessand be
comingness of the newest cross-saddle
suit for women.
Beverly Bayne, who is a clever
horsewoman, riding both, sideways
and astride, is shown in this picture
in hef. new habit
It is the' popular sand color, made
of a losely woven material.
Th coat, falling half wayto the
knee",- -is cut with a. fiare. from the
waist so that it may; narig, easily, over
th.e very broad, tuu weecnes, wnicn
hug tile knee closely and fit snugly
into h?gh black riding boots.
With; this smart suit Miss Bayne
wears,a Very high stock, and -a small
hat upturned at one side. She car
ries an ivory-topped riding whip.
The effect is completed with a pair
of long, heavy slip-on white kid
gloves, backed with black stitching.
MEN FIB TO SWEETHEARTS
they lie to their wives, and most
men are lying for most of their lives.
They -lie every day, and they Jie every
night till they come to think lying is
perfectly right " ;
You lie when you're saying, "I've
not had. a drop!"' and the truth is not
in you when you're in your shop.
You lie when you tell'them it's" every
thread wool, you lyingly feign that
the measure is full. You lie to the
grocer, the butcher, the guest, and
at" every party you're lying your best
You lied as a baby, youH lie till the
end, to the barber, the doctor, the
murse, and the friend, and yet if some
crony, a seller or' buyer, should call
Latest riding habit, posed by Bev
erly Bayne for Day Book readers. .
you a phoneyva doddering liar, you'd
hit him a jdlt on the end of the jaw,
and run for,the,courthouse,to look up
the law.-Charlfis B. Driscoll.
Bacterip.lpgists recently found un
der the finger nails of men, women
and children .no less than thirteen
kinds of disease' germs.