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often these "shades of night" are
lightened by touches of gay color in
the way of corsage, a girdle or shoul
der straps of ribbon.
This note of color is -peryeffectively
introduced in the little black gown I
have sketched here a design of
Mme, Marguerite's which is to be
shown this fall at the Fashion Art
League of America fashion show. The
high girdle is peach color taffeta,
with a metal rose used as a corsage,
and wide velvet ribbon of corn flower
blue crossing the right shoulder and
looping into the girdle at the back.
The gown itself is of black-Llammel
lace and the paniers are of black tulle.
A NICE JOB
St Vincent de Paul society of
Brooklyn, N. Y., by way of a service
to the people, looks over the city's (
waste to recover articles that have
been thrown away unintentionally.
Things found last year ranged from a A
$500 roll of bills and a solid gold
watch in an old vest pocket to two
healthy specimens of the' rubber
plant. Bundles of laundry' are the
most frequent item.
HERE'S ANOTHER REPUBLICAN VOTER HE IS
FIRST GRANDCHILD OF EX-PRESIDENT TAFT
This is the first photograph of Wil
liam Howard Taft III., the first grand
child of Ex-President Taft He was
born in Bar Harbor at the summer
home of his grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd
W. Bowers, with whom he is photo
graphed in this picture.
"BEAtTTY AFTER FORTY" WALK ON BALLS OF
FEET TAKE COURAGE FROM MRS. GALT!
WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY
IDAH M'GLONE GIBSON
Said a woman, to me the other day:
"Do you think I "can wear a large
I looked at her for a moment
"You think I am too old," s"he ex
claimed. "No," I answered, "but I don't
think you carry yourself well enough
to wear a picture hat"