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steak, escalloped potatoes, fried cab
bage, French rolls, apple short cake
and cream, cocoa.
Number 1Z Beef loaf, creamed
potatoes, cold slaw, nut bread, Dutch
apple cake with cream, coffee.
' BY BETTY BROWN
Dame Fashion stands by the presi
dent. With the "rookie" suits she pro
claims her patriotism and reminds
her recruits that their country may
need their services.
Moreover, in the rookie suit, fash
ion provides a very serviceable cos
tume for rain or shine and one hav
ing cleanable qualities which makes
it adaptable to many purposes.
The "rookie" is a trim street suit
of khaki color serge. It has just been
exhibited at the Chicago garment
manufacturers' spring style review.
Already orders have come in from
business girls who like its smart and
practical cut, as well as from girls of
leisure who drive their own autos. It
is considered especially correct for a
Every bit of fresh war enthusiasm
adds to its vogue.
The middy blouse, which school
girls took for their own several years
ago, is revived in white linen for
summer outings. The patriotic girl,
it seems, has no intention of playing
favorites in fashion, as between the
army and the navy.
To go with both styles of costumes
a brand new military carriage is re
quired; also shoes with low, broad
The well set up girl has beauty
quite her own in the rookie dress.
The girl who stoops, slouches or
minces along on French heels will
not seem charming in any garment
of military severity.
A friend of ours just back from a
trip to Palm Beach, speaking about
the bathing costumes, says, "Bo
lieve me, those society belels do
AS NEWEST FAD
Rookie Suit for War or Peace.
All those wishing to help out a no
ble cause will send in $5 gelt, bills or
silver to buy overalls and ear muffs
for the fish spearers of Graaraff,
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