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MILADY WEARS A "MASK"
an unnecessary moment in the thea
ter. The time spent in the dressing
room making up she considered as
wasted time when she could be out
in her car. Prompted by this thought
she began to devise a way to avoid
the losing of this time.
With the assistance of the experts,
a special motor car containing a fold
ing mirror, dressing table and clothes
hooks was designed and now the
captivating little prima donna enters
the car at her hotel dressed in street
attire, and with the assistance of her
colored maid emerges at the stage
door of the theater where she is
playing, made up and dressed for her
first appearance before her audience.
Not 'a moment is, lost, and fully 30
minutes are saved from her time in
Miss Lyons is enthusiastic over her
dressing room car and fully expects
it to be adopted by many busy soci
ety women as a time saver between
the afternoon dansant and the full
dress evening social affairs.
HAIR, NOT HEAD, WAS .THICK
An Irishman with a very thick
head of hair was one day the center
of a ring of English farmers, who
were endeavoring to crack jokes at
"Why," exclaimed one of them,
"you have a head of hair like a stack
"Ah," returned Pat, unruffled,
"that's just what I, was thinking;
that accounts fqr so many asses
For French punch mix the grated
rind of one orange, one lemon, the
juice of two oranges and two lemons,
one level cup of sugar and one pint
of strong green tea.
Flavor with vanilla and wine, or
rum or brandy, if it is used. Strain
through cheesecloth, turn into
freezer and pack In salt and ice,
By Betty Brown s
The veil is indispensable "nowadays.
And the latest in veils is the "mask
veil," though many smart women
give preference to the veil that
drapes over the shoulders.
Note this Fashion Art picture and
see how the "mask veil" is draped. It
is caught to the fur band of the sailor
hat and beneath the chin is gathered
on almost invisible silk draw strings.
The scarf is gray chiffon trimmed
with mole, and mole trims the gray
HE KNEW .-'
"Tommy," saicffather, "if you had
a little more spunk you .would stand
better in your class. , Do you know
what spunk is?"
"Yesj sir," replied the little fellow.
"Spunk is the past of spank."
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