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became ill himself, and recovered to
find himself in a hospital with Mr.
Roscoe his benefactor and daily vis
itor, and fully aware of the great sac
rifice he had made. "- -
Those days of convalescence when
he was a welcome visitor to the Ros
coe home ! Oh, the renewed hope and
ambition when he found thatMr. Ros
coe was ready to offer him an edito
rial position on his pet publication !
And then Lois, loveliest of women!
She seemed to read his innermost
thoughts, and enchained him. And
the fluid souls commingled, and love,
love was the impetus that sent Ned
and Lois out into the world hand in
hand, to bring their fellow creatures
a new propaganda of universal har
mony! (Copyright, 1916, by W. G. Chapman)
RIPE WATERMELON AND RED
TOMATO! NOT TO EAT; TO WEAR
(Written for The Day Book) by
Mme. Alia Ripley, President Fashion
Ara League of America.)
Leg O'Mutton sleeves are coming
Skirts will be shorter and wider.
These are only hints of the fashion
ideas of TORIORROW you may gath
er at the American Fashion Exposi
tion to be held in Chicago the week
of March 13, under the auspices of
the Fashion Art League of America.
Leading designers of America will
compete for the Gossard trophy,
which means to an American design
er what the Iron Cross means to a
soldier of the kaiser.
In the last year and a half America
has made great strides as an origin
ator of fashions, and today the Fash
ion Art League is making the Parisian
modistes look to their laurels as cre
ators of the modes. New points in
fashions to be exploited at the expo
sition: The combination one-piece suit
The Breton cape.
The Ballet girl skirt
The-white suit for street wear.
The use of ostrich in various ways
for neck wear.
Wide, flaring collars of batiste.
Spanish motif, featuring boleros
Some of the colors featured will be
the new fair gray, tomato red, ripe
watermelon, and all of the blues, es
pecially the darker tints.
Owing to the shortage in the sup
ply of dyes, the pastel shades will be
advocated by the Fashion Art League.
PUZZLE! WHO'S BEHIND THE
Off with the Harem veil! It's anti
quated. At least two weeks behind
the Harem collar, which 'is the latest
f ol-de-rol of Fashion.
The collar of doube tiers-of finely
pleated black tulle is held up stiffly
by a deep stock of ribbon with a
"chow" or ribbon streamers perked
covlv at the bak Fantastic? Yes,
but you can modify it so thatit's sim
ple enough for the demurest maEL
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