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her presentation of "The Marriage
of Wm. Ashe." They were divorced
in 1913. Dean received his final de
cree of divorce from his former wife
three months ago.
"We have bought -a home and ex
pect to have a long, long-honeymoon
here," said' the bride.
NEW COMMANDER OF THE
DEATH SHIP EASTLAND
He is captain of the Illinois naval
reserve and will command the East
land when it becomes a naval train
LOOKS LIKE A TEACUP, BUT IT'S
REALLY A COLLAR
By Betty Brown
The collar of the moment is no
mere neck fixing, it's an elaborate af
fair of many frills and streamers, and
it flaunts a price tag that may lead
you to decide to invest in a new
gown rather than a new collar.
But some of the cape-collars seen
of an afternoon at the matinees and
smart restaurants are things of
beauty and worth the money you
nay forth T
It was at an after-the-matinee tea"
that my pen caught this Elizabethan
ruff of cream color thread lace. The
shape of the upper collar is the dis
tinguishing thing about it, for the
collars that be blooming in spring
will bloom with this upstanding,
slightly boned frill.
The ribbon streamer is taupe color
satin, matching in color and material
the close-fitting turban of satin. This,
by the way, is important the har
mony, of color between the streamer
atfd the turban. It is one of the lit
tle details that will make you the
perfectly gowned woman omit it
and you are merely the "woman who
wears good clothes.
Feminist Movement" to be subject
of lecture by Wm. Thurston Brown,
Colonial hall, 20 W. Randolph st,
Sunday eve. at &
Prof. Wilkesbarre, London, to lec
ture at Room 811, Masonic Temple,
Sunday evening at 8.