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The funnel-shaped cuffs, tied with
hlack velvet, are smart.
The design is frfom Fashion Art,
and from the same organ of Dame
Fashion I 'learn that this tri-corner
hat of white silk is just as hew as the
newest. The flowers are ribbon in
pastel and pink shades.
STYLES FOR KIDDIES
By Betty Brown
A nice gray elephant or bright red
horse is now stenciled on the little
person's clothes rather than the
wreaths of flowers or a flock of
birds. These "circus" decorations
are newest in kiddie clothes. All the
animals that ever came out of the
ark are to be seen on the little frocks
and coats and bonnets.
Cut-out patterns of animals in gay
colors are used on the bottoms of
skirts or square cut yoke. Cunning
little sunbonnets may have a whole
troop of animals splashed across the
Oliver Twist suits in pique are now
trimmed with big white pearl but
tons. The small boy's Oliver Twist
is trimmed with white collars and
cuffs of sheerest white organdie.
Lingerie hat to match her organ
die frock is worn by the little woman
of 7 or thereabouts. And the organ
dy frock is sure to he made with em
IN THE MOVIES
"Bill" Farnum says he's a real
"blown-in-the-bottle Yankee." He
was born July 4, 187G.
Sara Alexander, past 80 years of
age, will soon make her debut in a
Fox film. She began a stage career
as the protege of Brigham Young in
Salt Lake City more than a half cen
Norma Talmadge adds to her dra
matic laurels in a recent Fine Arts
release, "Going Straight"
Kalem's newest star, Ivy Close, fa
mous English beauty, has begun
work on her first motion picture -at
Anna Luther, Keystone star, has
renounced comedy and will return to
dramatic work. She has signed with
'NATURE CHILDREN" LIVE IN THE WOODS
Atlanta,. Ga.,. July. 6. "Nature
children" are roaming the woods,
swimming the streams, climbing the
trees and mocking the birds over an
old battlefield at Jester's Old Mill, 16
miles from Atlanta!
Clad in flowing Grecian robes, or
in less, they gambol among the for
est glades and run at random over
the grassy slopes carefree, worry
less, attuned to perfect health!
Athenian culture, Spartan cour
age, Olympian grace are the ideals
ever before these babes of the by
paths, whose parents have chosen
this ancient method of giving their
children an opportunity for right
living and clear thinking.
Miss Robert Jester, a girl of S, and
George Alfred Jester, going on 3
were the pioneers, of this child col
ony; now there are many more.
Their parents go out from the city
for the summer, and around the his
toric ante-bellum mill are now
grouped a. score of camp shacks, a
dancing pavilion, swimming pool,
bath houses, and roadhouse for auto
The "nature children" romp over
old trenches, now mossy and flower
strewn, that were dug by the confed
erates at the battle of Jonesboro.
They explore the unused mill race,
invade the homes of the bullfrog and
the thrush and win at first hand a
love of nature, that, their parents be
lieve, will make them better citizens
in days to come.
And no child at Jester's Old Mill
has ever been sick since the camp