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office, quite helpful with liniment and
"I will take the dog home. I know
his owner " she began, and then
paused, with a vivid stare at the doc
tor. Rankin analyzed that swift gleam.
Cecille's eyes were fixed on the neck
tie he wore. They glowed and then
And all of a sudden Rankin com
prehended. He wore the last tie Er
ma had given him. Three months
before Cecille had made him one of
the same material, but he had never
worn it, for then the quarrel had
come, and Cecille fancied this tie her
own past gift. A sudden inspiration
came to him. How he loved her!
'Miss Marsden Cecille," he said,
"will you take back the ring?"
Then she burst out crying and the
dog, forgetting his pain in the nat
ural sympathy of his nature, whim
pered in chorus, and then and there
the lovers made up.
There was a double wedding soon
after and it was a question as to
which was the happier Cecille or
WHAT MILADY IS WEARING
By Betty Brown
Dame Fashion has gone collar mad.
Every coat and street suit has some
fantastic neck wrapping. Two col
lars go with many of the heavy coats
a detachable fur collar and an at
tached cloth stock. The kind of mil
linery you wear decides which collar
Untrimmed hats of crushed velvet
or felt arethe loveliest in millinery
wjndows. They are as big and as
graceful as sombreros and are worn
with the careless grace of a Mexican.
It looks like the real pelt, but it is
really an imitation this fascinating
new trimming they call Ederella. You
will see it on many new blouses of
crepe de chine and Georgette crepe.
Like the top of a Japanese pagoda
is one of the millinery models iust
out It is of white panne velvet In
three sections, each section smaller
than the one below. Rows of shirr
ing mark the section. A bond of ko
linsky is finished in front with a pearl
ornament This promises to be pop
ular for afternoon wear.
CAPES FOR FALL DAYS
By Betty Brown
"One-piece frocks for autumn
days," says Fashion. "One-piece
frocks, if you will, but no blue nose,
no purple lips," said Fair Lady, and
she demands a fur cape to wear with
the dress suit of Bolivia heavy broad
cloth or coating fabric
The new fur capes are graceful in
line and' are warm and comfortable.
Notice the fair lady in this Fashion
Art magazine sketch. Could anything
be more charming than this cape of
beaver lined with gold color Georg
ette crepe and trimmed with stream
ers of gold ribbon?
The hat is rich brown batter's
plush, with saucy little wheels of
gold ribbon spinning over the fore