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BEVERLY BAYNE AND HER $50,000 WARDROBE
edged with a double row of large but
The coat is cut rather tight through
the shoulders and flares from the
waist down. It is almost three-quar
ter length and is rather on the. order '
of the English tailored suit,The pock
ets on the coat are half-diamond
shape, and fasten with a single but
ton. The marten fur collar, is arranged
so that it can be worn buttoned high
around the throat or turned back.
But the unique feature of the whole
suit is the coat cuff which is belted
"half way around and fastened with a
single button. On the upper half of
the sleeve, around its lower edge,
"there is a row of small button trim
mings. All the seams of the suit are bound
in very narrow, almost invisible braid,
which, by the way, is one of the new
est touches of the season.
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Beverly Bayne wearing novel street
suit, posed especially for The Day
fl) The "Beverly Bayne" walking suit
is one 01 me cleverest uicu.livjuo ui
The distinguishing mark of this
chic apparel is its button trimming,
used in ever so many novel ways.
The skirt is plaited into a-deep scal-
loped-yoke, ,The front panel.extend
ing from .waist line to-lower-hem, is
SIGNS . .
A Rowlesburg, W. Va., theater
decorates its stage with this sign:
"Johnnies, please do not climb over
the footlights. Use the stage door."
Again, the Davenport Hotel, Da
venport, Iowa, tacks up this warning
to guests and lounger: "Profane
language or swearing positively pro
hibited in this room."
Or, in Dodge City, Ia. "Ladies and
gentlemen are requested not to
throw butter or other things on the
walls or mix catsup and vinegar or
salt and pepper. Maybe you think it's
a joke but we don't"
In Bay Minette, Ala., a J. P. has
placed a card in his door which in
forms callers: "I'm going fishing. Be
back when I'm through. People who
can't wait, see Sam Jenkins, next
door, or go to hell; it will be the
If some people had less moaey than
brains they'd starve to death.