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"Asking your pardon, sir. Some day,
sir, I hope to serve you both, sir."
Trent swung round on him. "You
are right," he said in a broken voice.
"I shan't forget you, Sam."
"No, sir," said Sam, as he opened
the door and sawhe. shabby man
lounging near. "And Mis' Ammt's
sorry she can't receive you tonight,
sir, on account of .Mr. Amint being
But when the door closed he turned
to see Lily Ammt standing behind
"You dear you dear black gentle
man," sobbed Lily Ammt. That
scared Sam more than anything that
JUST A WORD ABOUT STYLES
The windmill toque is whirling into
fashion. It is high-crowned and
brimless and fits snugly to the head.
From one side, a bit toward the front
springs a long loop of ribbon, stiff
and angular like the arms of a wind
mill. Krimmer is one of the old furs that
is new again this season. As a trim
ming for skirts and for hats, too, the
gray, curly fur is very effective.
The adjustable fur collar is a mid
season fashion most women appre
ciate. The fashionable "Chin
Chin" tacked onto a last year's tai
lored suit takes all the shabbiness
from the "last year's model"
HERE IS A GOWN FOR EVERYDAY
AND SUNDAY, TOO
By Betty Brown
A gown that is simple enough for
just everyday occasions, yet elegant
enough to take its place in the
"dress-up" class is one of the happy
dress "creations" brought forth for
the midwinter season. The old re
liable blue serge was chosen by Mme.
Allie P. Bailey of the Fashion Art
League of America to develop this
useful frock, but the serge is en
hanced by black satin and black
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The dress is a modern version of
the basque, with a full tunic falling
from the waist over a circular skirt.
The basque is heavily braided back
and front and at the back it extends
almost to the knee. A wide-pleated
band of satin forms a girdle which is
finished at the back in long stream
ers. The black satin vest buttoned up
to the chin, the long satin sleeve with
deep serge cuffs made a charming
combination of these practical mate
rials, serge and satin.
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The all white hat in velvet, silk or
hatters' plush is among the charming
millinery creations for semi-dress
wear. A touch of dark fur adds to
the becomingness of the hat that ha3
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