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gundy. The collar and cuffs are
panne velvet in soft gray. The tunic
is lined with gray.
The lady would seemingly call at
tention to the lovely bag she will
carry to her bridge club. It's black
'velvet, richly beaded in tiny beads of
many colors. The beaded bag, you
know, is THE fad of the season.
MY ONE BEST REASON FOR
VOTING FOR WILSO'N
BY Meredith Nicholson
(Author of "The House of Thousand
I shall vote for the re-election of
Pres. Wilson because, having been
trusted with power and subjected to
the most trying tests conceivable, he
has demonstrated in the highest de
gree his fitness to stand as the pro
tagonist of forward-looking America.
The democratic ideal has never
had a more efficient exponent than
he. He has succeeded in putting into
effect more big ideas than may be
credited to any other president who
has sat in the seat of Washington in
He is a man of vision, intent upon
winning for all the people, patiently
and by sheer force of reason, all that
makes for life, liberty and happiness.
I believe it to be the duty of all
who love America and believe in her
as yet unrealized influence upon the
world's thought and progress to. re
turn Mr. Wilson to the presidency.
ITALIAN POTATO BALLS
Boil, drain and mash the potatoes.
To one pint, allows 2 tablespoons of
melted butter, 1 egg and i tablespoon
flour. Mix well and shape into balls.
Arrange in a well-buttered pan, add
a sprinkling of grated cheese and
brown in a quick oven.
A German scientist contends that
linoleum on the floor of a house kills
bacteria that may be brought in on
shoes because of linseed oil it contains.
RUSSIAN BALLET GIVES STYLE
TIP FOR CHARMING DRESS
That fashions are influenced by
the Russian ballet is shown in this
charming dress of blue serge surplice
over an underdress of gray char
meuse. It is embroidered in gray and
gold braid in Russian designs. The
hat of fancy design, trimmed with &
snappy tassle, matches the dress.
Mrs. M. J. Crocker, 87, is learning
lacemaking-in a Los Angeles schooL,
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