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Dyer turned deathly -white. "Good
Lord!" he gasped. For the Smith
Benson company was their most
"If you like to reconsider, Law
son " he began.
Lawson turned away, offering
Dora his arm. Dora turned.
"You'll find that paper in the third
drawer of your desk, Mr. Dyer," she
said. "Yes under the false bottom.
I had it made. Good afternoon."
Side by side Lawson and Dpra left
the office. But in the street he took
her in his arms and yes, kissed her.
A boy who was passing grinned, but
neither cared. '
"I guess, dear, that since I don't
start in on my new job for a month
we'll take that vacation now," he
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
BETTY BROWN TELLS ABOUT
By Betty Brown
The snug-fitting waist line means
close-fitting lingerie. The shapeless
undergarment is a thing of yester
day. Georgette crepe is used in the
underwear designed for fine dress
ing, but if you are practical rather
than extravagant you will use the
nainsook, batiste or lawn chemise
and combination suits.
Quaint lacings and loops of nar
row black velvet ribbons suggest the
picturesque fashions of Victoria's
day. You'll see these ribbon loops
and lacings on most of the summer
frocks of batiste, dimity or voile.
The short skirt brings our boots
right out into the spotlight, therefore
we must pay attention to how our
feet are dressed. A new and good
looking boot comes from Paris,
which will surely be popular. It is
in brown cloth and tan leather, with
two rows of brown buttons on either
side of the" reinforced tongue. Laced
shoes for sports, button shoes for
"dress-up" is the well-dressed wom
an's rule about shoes.
, There must be a touch of color in
your stockings to match your hat or
skirt. If the shops can't supply you,
embroider a little dab of color on the
instep or at the sides. But be sure to
have color at the ankles.
DAUGHTER OF LATE 0. HENRY
ETnA tf0 JH
Mrs. Cesaie is the wife of the fa
mous cartoonist. They were mar
ried recently. She is the daughter of
the late O. Henry, whose real name
was William Sidney Porter.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 10, 1795. The treaty of
Greenville was concluded by Gen.
Anthony Wayne as a result of his
victory over the Indians of the old
northwest in the battle of Fallen
For the ninety-fifth time Mrs. Ber
tha Foglestad and Mrs. Martha
Erickson of Chicago celebrated
their birthdays jointly. 'They are
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