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Anyway, strong-minded women
who were wont to sneer at the "bob"
of Mrs. Castle, no longer sneer. They
Mrs. Henrietta Rodman of New
York, mother-teacher and advocate
of woman's rights to do as woman
not man pleases, has clipped her hair.
Mrs. Harry Leon Wilson, known as
Rose O'Neill, designer of kewpies, is
wearing her hair cut short. Isadore
Duncan's head is as bare as her feet
bare at .least, of "twists" and
"buns" and such.
Recruits to the ranks of the new
fashion come from busy women,
writers, teachers, lecturers, women
who have no time to privol away in
twisting French "buns" or molding
Psyche knots into shape.
Mrs. Henrietta Rodman says:
"If you wear your hair cropped as
I do, you can wash it every day with
out trouble. Long hair washed every
two weeks is unsanitary."
AIN'T NATURE WONDERFUL!
Unnatural History by Gene Ahern
Dear children, this remarkable, ex
traordinary photo is of the honk
blaa, otherwise known as the forward-backward
This is the first photo ever taken
of the forward-backward bug. A
funny thing about this bug is that
he never moves from the spot where
he is born.
His four hind legs and the four
front legs try to walk in different di
rections. All through life is just one
tug-of-war, with the forward-backward
bug. The forward-backward
bug doesn't know what a swell mes
senger boy he'd mate.
If this Villa guy were like the forward-backward
bug it would be a
cinch to nab him. This picture shows
him in deep thought Maybe he is
thinking that if he could walk he'd
go to the barber shop and get a shave
and hair cut or else join tie Russian
PRETTY PLAY FROCK FOR THE
By Betty Brown
A practical little play dress in dull
green chambray Is this slip, so sim
ple, yet so pretty. Two patches of
smocking done in the shade of green
lighter than the frock itself, and col
lars and cuffs of white embroidery
make a pretty trimming for it.
The tab finish for the belt is odd
and new. The buttons are smoke
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