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FLOWERED SHOES THAT'S FASHION'S NEW
. DECREE REGARDING SPORTS FOOTWEAR
. One of the new decrees of fashion
is that the heavy white shoe worn
by women in summer shall give way
to the natty linen shoe, elaborately
decorated. The shoe shown in the
picture is of green linen with tips of
flowered cretonne and rubber soles.
It will be seen on the avenue and at
the country club.'
FASH IONS "fOUTTLE FOLKS
By Betty Brown
Little girls' frocks are still smocked
and smocked. The pretty puckers
are so very pretty they'U not be likely
soon to lose favor.
Silk ribbon in checker block pat
terns are cunning and right up to the
minute as bands for small boys' Pa
namas. Point d'sprit, which a year ago
was considered quite old-fashioned
for either big or little woman has
returned to favor first communion
dresses, graduation, and frocks for
other important occasions will be
made of the crisp, dainty point
The school girl no longer wears a
sash of pink or pale blue. ' Roman
stripes, which really belong to the
grown-ups, have been appropriated
by the youngsters.
, o o
Henry B. Walthall, Essanay star,
has taken a much needed vacation
Seena Owen (formerly Signe
Auen), Triangle star, has gone "back
home" to Colorado for a short vaca
tion, her first since she joined the
Vera Sisson and Dick Rosson, film
stars, were married recently in Los
Angeles. Miss Sisson is with Vita
graph, while Dick cavorts at the
American studios at Santa Barbara.
Nell Shipman, author-actress of
the screen, suffered a severe attack
of poison oak, which deprived her of
her sight foriore than a week, and
kept her in a Los Angeles hospital.
She went on a hiking trip but wan
dered off the trail.