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FOR MILADY'S BOUDOIR
This charming boudoir robe from
Bonwrt Teller is of cloth of silver a'nd
rose chiffon. The overdress is of rose
chiffon, fur trimmed and silver em
broidered. It is trimmed with a bunch
of glass grapes in the natural colors.
"WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER
Sir' My wife belongs to a ladies'
guild. Recently they held a hazaar.
Only things made by women were on
display "women's work," f. w. put
it In the midst of this affair the hus
band of a certain member staggered
in with a bun on. He had a black
eye and a swollen jaw. "Get out,""
chorused the ladies, "this is only for
women and women's work only!"
"I'm a sample of woman's work,"
said the souse. "My wife gave, me
this black eye this morning." Art.
Theodore Roberts, who. appears as
"Pudd'nhead Wilson" in the first of
I-asky's Mark Twain series!, ;ha,'s be
come, a nger-pTin.t.eqthusiast arid is,
collecting-prints ofvall the players.
MUSIC AT THE MOVIES
Just when the hero is bravely
Saving the "goil" from her fate,
Just when the boys
Stop all their noise
Hoping to watch and to wait
Then there comes a diversion,
A bump, and a roll, and a hum
It is old Hi Bland, who plays in the
Beating his tenor drum!
Just when the "goil" is dying,
Jnst when her hands grow cold;
Just when the tears,
Just when the fears
Of the audience are bold!
Then, there comes. a diversion
A roar and a rattle, a moan,
It-is ihe brand-new pipe organ
. Which starts with a -wheeze and