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CLUMPETY CLUMP, CLUMP!!
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Holland has come to Fifth ay., New
The price of leather is so high even
the well-dressed think of wooden
shoes. 'Miss Dixon Gerard, prima
donna, is here shown clumping up
the avenue in wooden shoes.
WHAT WE'LL WEAR THIS FALL
By Betty Brown
Our first fall frock is sure to be
navy blue serge it always is but
this season it will gladden our eyes
with many a touch of gay embroi
dery, either in beads, in gold thread
or in worsted.
It's a rare "blue serge" that hasn't
pockets or belt, collar or . cuffs
stitched in yellow, red, green or blue
"Rabbits hot and rabbits cpld"
the furrier is taking them any way
he gets them he needs them alL
Paris is making coats, muffs and
gowns, too, of rabbit, and half the,
new gowns coming over seas are
trimmed with rabbit
First cousin to the coat of a year
ago is the coat of the present season.
It billows and flares prettily, and the
only new thing about it is the cape-
like -collar, and this collar of cloth is
often tdppedwith-a collar of fur.
Collars and V cuffs of gray rabbit
fur trim many of the new bright col
ored jersey silk frocks.
Cloth is the last word in millinery.
It is used instead of felt or velvet to
build the high crowned, narrow
trimmed hat A little animal head is
the usual trimming for the cloth hat
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