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AnRAGTlVE KEW FALL-STYLE
This is a new fall creation In a
itreet model made of navy polret
Collar, cuffs and belt are trimmed
with caracul fur, side panel and sash
trimmed with cut-steel cabochons.
JEWELRY FOR SUMMER WEAR
High-Colored Stones Have Ci for
Daytime; Pearls in First Piv.-
twirls ere having a real place In the
ua Just now! High-colored stones of
oce sort or another appear In jewelry
for "T time wear, but for evening
?. st-em to have first place. The
!.- at for various things to match
' -.Vr of dangling earrings, a hair or
eci, s bracelet, and a string of
if. he neck, all to be worn with
a dainty summer evening gown. Ear
rings are shown In the greatest va
riety of styles, the very long tassels
being In high favor, as well as single,
doable or triple sets of hoops.
One hair ornament shown Is dis
tinctly Interesting for the bobbed
hiired miss. It is a real cap made of
pearls Strang on fine wires and inter-
xcf-u to ht the head. Pearl bracelets.
..fisting of one or more strings of
pearl beads, are very dainty on a pret
rr white arm,. nut the. arm must be
prrtE. sbST Bust be -wake.' A sm
Jetp-wrlst circled with pearls could
uareiy jtease the eye.
la Jervelry for daytime wear the
rtgat-coisretl stoned share honors
fiarfe and white In combination
or singly. Black Jet necklaces and
earrings are In high favor, and Ivory,
either carved or plain, Is popular.
CryBtal jewelry Is also very popular.
Most women who go In for this popular-priced
jewelry Indulge the taste
to the extent of having such an array
of It that any frock may have Its own
particular accessories, and certainly
this seems the thing to do If It Is to
be worn at all.
Ornamental girdles contlme to be
popular, some of the more practical
ones of suede or plain leather having
decidedly ornate clasps fashioned of
PARASOL AND HAT TO MATCH
Sets May Be of Any Material Desired;
Checked Gingham Is Popular
Parasol and hat to match Is a de
cidedly approved summer style. They
may be of any material fancy may
dictate. For a practical set of this
sort checked gingham is playing a
strong role, and when this fabric Is
combined with organdie In white or
color some fetching things may be
Parasols of chiffon, lace, organdie
and silks galore are featured this sea
son, and all sorts of novel and Inter
'testing trimmings appear on these sun
shades. One dainty parasol recently
seen was trimmed at the edge, half
way tip and at the point where It was
joined to the frame with curled os
trich. Another was fringed with mon
key fur. A white silk sunshade was
finished at the edge with a dainty gar
land of field flowers. Such a parasol
could be carried effectively by tho
bridesmaid or maid of honor at a sum
mer afternoon wedding, big drooping
hats to be similarly decorated and
field flowers to be used for the bou
quets. Fancy silks of all sorts, either In all
over or bordered patterns, are being
used for more practical parasols or
Both the beaded bags and the jade
Jewelry have retained their popularity
and for the same reason, because of
their beauty. The latest bead bags are
of the draw-string type, not the sort
with stiff frames, bat the kind that
can he pulled together in a little
packer at the top and they swing
easily from the wrisi Many of them
have Indian svialxils as designs and
lit-)r rn if ! wnitKng stars or tassels
tr a hn.t
Net All So Bad.
Unusually candid Is sat adrerUsiag
merchant In Lennox, S. D. He says:
"We dont claim that other people
are cheats and liars. -We don't judge
everybody else by ourselves," Bos
THE PARIS MODES
Crepe de Chine Favored by
Georgette Crepe Is Close Rival tor
Dressy Afternoon Wear Sheer
Fabric Latest Novelty.
White crepe de chine dresses are
often bound at the neck, edge ot
sleeves and the bottom of the skirt
with bands of white velvet ribbon.
In addition to the large motifs of lace
one prominent Paris dressmaker Is
also using very narrow black lace In
sertion In the form of motifs on white
crepe de chine dresses. She makes
tiny rosettes, also of self-materials,
which are appliqued In bands to form
This maker continues to use the cir
cular cut In many of her skirts. She
has not deviated from this idea In
spite of the fact that many Paris
dressmakers have gone back to
No one style of sleeve characterizes
her line. Many of her evening dresses
are entirely sleeveless, while daj
dresses often have short, tight-fitting,
set-in sleeves; still other models have
large flowing bell sleeves.
As a new afternoon material she
has gone back to the old-fashioned
black alpaca, of which she makes
many tailored two-piece and three
piece suits. She also emphasizes the
three and two-piece crepe de chine
One of the new points Is a puffed
collar which one sees on both dresses,
and suits. These puffed collars are
particularly lovely on her dresses
which have vertical band trimmings.
In which Instance the vertical lines
are continued on the collar. She also
Hand-Made Crepe de Chine Drew
Showing Venetian Ladder Work.
uses fine hemstitching, fine tucking.
and narrow dre braids for the con
tlnuons vertical trimming on these
dresses with puffed collars.
The crepe de chine dress shows no
sign of wane. The georgette crepe Is
a close rival for dressy afternoon
wear, but crepe de chine Is pre-eminent
from a standpoint ot general
The latest novelty Is a sheer fabric
which will be used as a fall novelty
to replace the cotton band-made
dresses of the summer. Dresses made
of this wool crepe are beautifully
hand-drawn In patterns exactly matcbi
lng those noted In crepe de chine and
RADIUM FOR HOUSEHOLD USE
Serves to Mark Milady's Slippers,
Dark Corners, Telephones, Door
Knobs, Pull Chains.
Bedroom slippers that can't get lost
are the latest contribution to wom
an's comfort. These slippers are made
of silk and have a radium button ot
buckle which shines luminously in int
dark. The universal propensity of
bedroom slippers to stray under the
bed is now robbed of its terrors, since,
even in the dark, the mother who has
to get up at night can Immediately
lay her hand on the slippers, guided
by the little beacon lights.
This is only one of the ways In
which radium Is a friendly servant
in tro house. It lights up dark cor
ners on staircases and in halls. It
Illuminates the telephone mouthpiece,
the door knob and the fire extinguish
er, so that these articles may be un
erringly located at night when per
haps every moment counts and there
Is no time to turn on the lights.
There la no wild groping for poll
chains -or frenzied searching foz
switch buttons where radium Is used
to Indicate these Important places.
Three-piece frocks, fashioned much
on the same general lines as the Ihree
plece or dress and coat or cape frock
for grownups, are shown, for small
girls. The fancy Is to have coat or
jacket and lower part of the dress oi
one material, with upper part of froci
In contrasting fabric and color, the
coat or cape .mi;I Mng lined with
lighter silk ia.M - ' 1""" of the
Ar Roland for an Oliver.'
This phrase really means "tit for
tat' Bbland and Oliver were two fa
sous knights who were equal la
bravery and snignuy yaior. xaej
.said to bave fought for five days with
out either gaining any advantage.
NEWS ITEMS FROM EARLING
llrs. Xora Lee, of 5259 Dearborn
street. Chicago, has been visiting her
sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. John
Porter, of Earlington. K, the past
three weeks. She reports a splendid
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Carlisle, of
HopTinsvillc. Ky., entertained Mr. and
Mrs. John Porter, Mr. and Mrs.
Wiley Lowiv, Mr. Starkcy Carlisle,
of Earlington. and Mrs. Nora E Lee,
of Chicago, at dinner Sunday at their
beautiful home. The dinner had been
prepared by the young hostess and
justice was fully done by those pres
ent. After dinner the entire party
motored over the citv to show the
visitors the points of" interest. The
colored high school is a beautiful
building lately erected. Mrs. Carlisle
is one of the teachers of the city
Providence. Kentucky, is a very
thrifty little city. One section of the
city belongs to the colored people.
They have all of their own businesses
and it looked more like State Street
around 47th than any place. Mr.
Kodger Cabell is conducting an up-to-date
drug store and soft drink par
lar. The people own their own homes
and automobiles. Money is plentiful.
Mrs. Lee has been entertained at
teas and luncheons this wek at the
homes of Mrs. Rose Garrett, her
cousin, Mrs. Ella Brown, Mrs. Delia
Atkins, Mrs. Abernathy, Mrs. John
Porter, and Mrs. Sarah Osborne. So
many good things have come her way
down in "Old Kentucky."
Madisonville is another splendid
little city. The people arc very pros
perous. Their grand lodge was in
session and the city was full of vis
itors, from all parts 0f Kentucky.
COLORED WOMEN WILL MEET
IN RICHMOND AUG. 4-11
Richmond, Va. The fifteenth an
nual convention of the Virginia State
Federation of Colored Women's
Clubs will be held August 4 and 5 in
the chapel of Hartshorn Memorial
College in Richmond, according to
President Janie Porter Barrett and
Secretary Ellen F. Gray. The exec
utive board of the federation will
meet on Thursday evening. August 3,
at 8 p. m.
The National Association of Col
ored Women's Clubs will open on
Sunday, August 6. and close on Au
gust 11. Hallie Q. Brown, of Wilber
force, Ohio, national president, and
other prominent women of the na
tional federation, have been invited to
speak at the Richmond meeting.
POPULAR POLICE OFFICER
Officer John Dohney, who has for
some years been stationed in the city
council committee rooms and who
knows all of the leading and most
prominent politicians in Chicago, was
recently promoted to a police ser
geant, and Officer Dohney wears his
new stripes and new honors with be
There is one thing that can be
truthfully said in favor of Officer
Dohney and that is that he never
prowls around the city council com
mittee rooms with a big chip on his
shoulder looking for trouble and he
always conducts himself like a real
gentleman and that is one reason why
he is extremely popular with all of
the city fathers and with the big
politicians who frequent the city
council committee rooms.
He continues to receive the con
gratulations of his many friends over
the new police honors, which have
been conferred upon him.
BRIG. GEN. DENISON, RANKING
COLORED OFFICER, RETIRES
Brig. Gen. Franklin A. Denison,
highest ranking colored officer in the
United States and the first of his race
to command a regiment, has been re
tired at his own request, according
to announcement by Adj. Gen. C E.
Black. Gen. Denison won distinction
in Cuba during the Spanish-American
war and established a notable record
in France fighting against Germany.
He was leader in the organizing of
the old Eighth regiment. I. N. G. At
nrwsent he is an assistant on the legal
staff of Attorney General Brundagc
MR. AND MRS. J. LACEY JOHN
STON ENTERTAINED A FEW
OF THEIR FRIENDS AT AN
Last Sandav afternoon at 4 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. J, Lacey Johnston, 5423
S. Wabash Avenue, honored a tew
of their friends with a sumptuous in
formal dinner. Those who greatly en
joyed the repast were: Mr. and Mrs.
S. Davis, Mr. and Mrs- Julias F. Tay
lor, Mrs. Lottie. Carter and the host
and hostess,. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston,
who occupy one of the finest apart
ments on the south side.
SATU RDAY. JULY 22, 1922
LEAVE FOR RIPLEY
After spending several pleasant
weeks in the city the guest of rela
tives and visiting many friends, Mrs.
Elizabeth Settles and her daughter.
Mrs. Alice Johnson and her little
daughter, left during the week for
Ripley, Ohio, their home, much
pleased with their stay. A family
dinner was served on Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Set
tles. 11346 Throop St, at which there
was also present Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Settles, Mrs. Blanche Burr,. Mrs.
Leone Johnson and M. T. Bailey, of
the Bailey Realty Co.. 3636 State St.
ARRIVE TO ATTEND GRAND
Miss Rhoda M. Johnson, of Quincy.
III., a public school teacher for many
years in Kansas City, Kins., state
grand princess of SMT of Illinois and
an officer of the Tabernacle, in com
pany with Mrs. Josic Wright, high
priestess of the Tabernacle of Quin
cy, arrived in the city Tuesday morn
ing to attend the grand session of the
Tabernacle. While here they will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Young, 4114 Calumet Ave.
BACK FROM LANSING
Mrs. Eliza Jackson, well known
fraternally and now serving her sec
ond term as state grand queen of
A. U. K. & D. of A., of Illinois and
jurisdiction, has just returned from
Lansing, Mich., where she spent sev
eral busy days organinzing a new
council. Mrs. Jackson is working to
make a fine showing in her report to
the national council which will hold
its 15th annual session at Columbus,
Ohio, August 7th to Mth.
VISITORS FROM CANADA
Mrs. Emily M. Howard, of Hamil
ton, Canada, is in the city and will
spend a greater portion of the sum
mer with relatives and friends and is
the house guest of Mrs. Florence
Masterson, 4731 Prairie Ave. Lunch
eon was served to a number of
friends a few evenings ago in her
honor at the residence of Mrs. Lou
Ella Young, 4114 Calumet Ave.
700 BORN IN ST. LOUIS OUT OF
St. Louis. Mo. Over 700 colored
children have been born out of wed
lock here, according to Dr. Geo. Man
gold, director of the State School of
Social Economy. Many of the
mothers are laundresses, he said.
Unmarried mothers were found as
young as thirteen, but the greatest
years for danger to girlhood are be
tween sixteen and nineteen.
SINGERS AT LAKE MADISON
The Brown Metropolitan Jubilee
Singers, of which Mrs. Delia R.
Brown, well known Chicagoan, is
manager, sang on July 14th at the
Chautauqua at Lake Madison. Minn.
A splendid address was made by Mrs.
Olsen, wife of the governor of Minne
sota, who afterwards had a personal
talk with Mrs. Brown.
CLOSES IMPORTANT DEALS
Within the last few days M. T.
Bailey, president of the Bailey Realty
Co., 3638 S. State St., has been suc
cessful in closing several important
deals for clients out of the city and
state. Mr. Bailey recently returned
from a trip of four thousand miles
made in interest of clients.
SUES U. S. FOR $100,000
Washington, D. C Charging that
the American Marines in Haiti caused
him moral, physical and financial
damage and drove him and his fam
ily from the island in an open canoe,
Rev. L. F. Evans of Wyoming, Pa.,
Baptist missionary, filed a claim for
$100,000 with the State Department
MRS. YOUNG PREPARES FOR
Mrs. Lou Ella Young, 4114 Calu
met Ave., D. G. M. N. G., Household
of Ruth of Illinois and jurisdiction, is
working hard prior to the coming of
the annual session of Eden House
hold of Ruth which will convene the
first Tuesday in August at Spring
$200,000 CHURCH STARTED
New York Thousands of persons
witnessed the laying of the corner
stone of the $200,000 Abyssinian
Baptist church, on West 138th St,
last Sunday afternoon.- The specta
tors even packed roofs and fire es
capes. MUSICIANS TO MEET
Washington, D. C Henry Grant,
president of the National Association
of Negro Musicians, has announced
that the annual meeting of the asso
ciation would be held in Columbus,
O., on July 25th, 26th and 27th.
If you are fund of gUIng good ad
vice, be twice as fond of taking It"
Paris First to Teach Blind.
The first pnbllc kcIhniI for the blind
was established In Paris In IT3L
Meal Lasts beetle Three Years.
A beetle hn been known to dispense
with food f an kind for three years.
Chinese Live on Fish.
Fish has always lie-n one of the
Chief articles of diet in China.
n Good Zinc CTeaner.
Zinc can lie cleaned with soap suds
and salt and the polish nMon.il with
Air Is Thin on Mars.
The atiiHKpherlo pressure on Mars
Js about one-qiiBrter as great as on
True aristocracy in leather, hs In
human being, manifests itself. It can
be quickly recognized. Boot and Shoe
Dividends Always Paid.
Sin. Incorporated. Unlimited, Is at
least one concern that never passed
Its dividends. Boston Transcript.
First Queen 2017 B. C.
The first woman with sovereign au
thority was Seiuiramls. queen of As
syria. 2017 H. r.
Bees Work When Gong Strikes.
Bees have been trained to start and
stop work at the sound of a pong by
an EnjrlNh breeder.
Some of Them Are Prominent
Conscience doesni make cowards of
us all. A lot of people never have
For Husbands Only.
Easiest way to get oer a message
to friend wife Is to pretend you are
talking In your sleep! Brooklyn
Novelist Peddles Own Books.
A young novelist stood on a promi
nent street corner in London recently
peddling her own books. She sold 30
copies In an hour.
"In Uils life nothing is permanent
but change," remarks a philosopher.
Ours Is very fleeting. Boston Tran
script Gunpowder Engines.
Before 1SS0. when gasoline was dis
covered to have power possibilities,
gas engines were operated by gun
powder and turpentine.
Aristocracy in Leather.
Keep Sweet Cider.
When barrelinj: cider put into each
kesr or barrel elslit larse tablespoon-
fuls of white mustard Mtd. This will i
retard the process of becoming hard'
Dar's one thing Is got to say In fa
vor of chosts." said Uncle Eben. "I
never jit heard o' one hlttln' a lonely I
traveler over de head an' takin' his
watch an' pocketboofc."
Do not think that what Is hard for
thee to master Is Impossible for man;
but If a thing Is proper and pssible
to man. deem it attainable by these.
Seek Secret of Chinese Colors.
The great potters of Europe and
America have spent millions in a vain
effort to produce certain of the colors
that distinguished the Chinese porce
lain of 200 years ajro.
A Safe Wager.
We are told that there Is nothing
sure but death and taxes; still we feel
pretty certain that we shall never see
a circus parade headed by a pleslosau
rus. Evening Things Up.
Things are about equal In this
world. In a brass band It's harder
to play the piccolo than the bass
drum, but Ifs harder to carry the
A friend Is one whose acquaintance
has been cultivated. To obtain good
results, his faults should be plowed
under and his feelings never har
rowed. Boston Transcript.
Spring Wooing Brings Joy.
Students of psychology of sex say
that the really happy marriages. In
which love Is a lasting factor, are
those which have followed a spring
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The Principal Inducement
What sends men Into the far cor
ners of the worldf asks one of the
magazines. Our guess Is that It Is the
hope of seeing their names In the
A Bad Man's Good Thought
To enjoy a thing oxluelvely Is cob
moaly to exclude ono'a self from the
true enjoyment of It Said Byron:
"Those who Joy would wis. must s&are
tt; happiness was born a twin." Bec
MAY WEAR PURPLE
An Shades Fashionable for Mi
lady's Outdoor Togs.
Women Must Carefully Consider Com-'
plexlon in Making Choice of
Tint to Be Worn.
AH the shndes of purple are to be)
intensely fashionable this summer In
outdoor garb. I'urples, violets, laven
der, orchid and mauve are replacing
the strong yellow tones which ran riot
a, j ear ago. In the exclusive shops
violet silk sweaters pose beside sllk
ginghams of checked lavender and
white; and there are enchanting pas
time hats of pimple straw trimmed
with bunches of parma violets, for
wear with violet homespun suits and
with frocks of lavender handkerchief
Xow to .wear any shade of purple
nnd dark In coloring with clear skin .
and dark hair and eyebrows; or
ethereal If the blonde type. Sallow
brunettes and faded blondes are at
their very worst In any shade of violet,
mauve or lavender. So every woman
who hankers after a purple outfit Is
looking to her complexion these days.
There Is something in the very sug
gestion of lilac or Tavender that calls
up a thought of unusual daintiness
and rather spiritual loveliness. Imag
ine a ruddy-faced fat woman In mauve
or orchid. Or a tWn, sallow-faced
woman in a hat heaped with violets!
To wear violet or any of Its shadings
one must be youngish and falr-sklnned
and dainty, or of tl-jit elderly type
which has daintiness and grace com
bined with silvery lmlr nnd a com
plexion not time or weather beaten.
If you want to '""k jungle In laven
der this summer, ls;n now and diet
Avoid Jyjtter and -ravy and let up a
bit on, red meats. nd never think of
chocolate la candy -r cake or sundaes.
Consume plenty of fresh salads and
fruit. Drink mflk ntlier than coffee.
Take salted nuts Insread of dessert
you'll be Just as M satisfied. And
you'll see your face taking more deli
cate contours almost 'mmediately and
a sweeter fairness. Try to be In bed
by 10 o'clock at leat three nights
week this to make your eyes brighter
nnd nTnre soft and liquid as youn
And give a little personal attention
to the skin. Winter with Its harsh
winds. Its late hours and lack of fresh
air. Its heavy, rich foods, and the lack
of perspiration throur cold months
when one lives mostly In dry. arti
ficial heat has taken Its toll out of
the complexion. It needs warm water
and cleansing cream every night; and
perhaps If one Is over 30 a good
tissue cream three times a week.
Stroke the cream gently over and
under the eyes to remove the puffy,
baggy look caused by late hours, and
stroke upward from the chin to coax
away any tendency toward sagging
and resultant "Jowls" that' spoil the
delicacy of contour that becomes violet
POPULAR GINGHAM FROCK
'Nothing can compete with the ging
ham frock for morning we?r. This
Is one cf lavender and white check.
SUMMER TUB SILK DRESSES
Shirting Material Is Being Used; Is
Also Suitable for Dresses
fcr the Children.
Tub silk, dresses are In vogue this
summer, and v-hlle washable crepes
axe much to the fore, perhaps the most
practical and least expensive of these
dresses are made of shirting silks.
Tie same silks that are usually sold
for men's shirts are being bought In
large quantities by women for their
own appareling, and dainty and serv
iceable dresses for children are-also
made of these shirting silks. Whether
for children or grownups, tab silk
dresses are usually made on some
what plain or tailored lines, with no
ruffling or bouffant effects. Pipings or
bindings of ribbon or fabric in con
trasting color provide the popular
trimming touch if trimming Is used
yirat Use of Term "Yankee"?
ISfce term Yaskee, according to Bos
)agb, is sot Indian, but Dutch, and
jseans to oarrand quarrel. It was
tppUed by the burghers of New A.
senkua to the fevaders'tromCoBaee
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FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
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Feathers are employed in almost un
expected manner on this original para
sol. A double niching of sifk follows
the outline, whil: beautifully blended
flowers adorn one corner. The orchid
hat is embroidered in wool.
THE FRENCH AND ORGANDIES
Fabric Promises to Have Definite Re
vival; Picturesque and Smart
Designs Hold Over.
It Is at Cannes that the really warm
weather fashions, originated In Paris,
are first seen, and Judging from the
opening season there, avers Good
Housekeeping Magazine, one of the
most Interesting features Is that or
gandie la going to have a very definite
revival. In France, organdie has two
mbods the picturesque and the smart
In its former mood, we find it In dainty
summer dresses in white or colors,
with flounced or "petal" paneled skirts
below a simple, short-sleeved corsage.
It Is girdled with gold or silver ribbon,
flower wreaths or beads, and one occa
sionally sees the white organdie frock
wjth a "sweet blue ribbon" at the
waist. Then, again. It becomes a party
to the Parislenne's love ot the unex
pected, and Joins fprces with black
felt and becomes a typically Parisian
hat. A very smart costume had a
white organdie overblouse, with an
undersllp of green crepe marocaln of
which the plain wide oelt was also of
crepe marocaln and caught with a
large gold buckle. The variations of
the orgendie mode are many and ex
tend to the entire wardrobe.
Hats made wholly or partly of the
same material are worn with these or
gandie frocks. In either matching or
contrasting colors. Many wide picture N
hats are made of white or colored or
gandie, and a new departure Is the
black organdie- hat trimmed with
great flowers made of soft, brilliant
colored quills, clusters of bright quills,
or huge, soft artificial flowers. Many
have the shlrre,d brim, which Is pe
culiar In that It may be pulled or
shaped anew each time It Is worn
the stiff shirring holding it In position.
Lanvln features great flowers of tint
ed organdie, on hats of crln or crepe
de chine, the crisp petals being formed
with the greatest precision.
Organdie Is also used in the unusual
collars, cuffs, vest and sleeves, which
one sees on many of the kasha or
Berge frocks to which the Parislenne Is
still faithful, and Is the inevitable ac
companiment of the linen frocks one
sees at the resorts.
MUSLIN FOR GIRLS' DRESSES
Unbleached Material Splendid for
Play Frocks; Various Embellish
ments Are Available.
The practicability ot unbleached
muslin needs no alibi, and Is therefore
easily understandable as a medium for
girls' play frocks. This obvious qual
ity which does not make for hand
someness Is entirely overcome by the
use of delightful embellishments, such
as cretonne applications, worsted em
broideries and tinted linen applica
tions. One flrm showed a group of these
dresses, which lay their origin to Paul
Polret The dresses Included a num
ber that were made for fourteen-year-old
girls, and, like the smaller sizes,
also showed bloomer attachments.
Large motifs of cretonne patterns,
such as birds, flowers and trees, are
cut out and applied to the dress, which
Is of the simplest blip composition,
worn with and without belts. Worsted
stitching Is frequently Introduced,
forming a line of continuity in the
applied figures. One model Introduced
a motif worked out In painted linen.
Extremes in Buttons.
Buttons run to extremes for next
falL both in price and size. The trade ,
is buying either very expensive or
very cheap types, and either very
fancy or very plain buttons. Celluloid
Is generally preferred to galallth be
cause it dips to the exact color of a
costume, a feature much In demand
this season. A plain button said to be
very good is oval in shape and has a
long Indentation. A smart galallth
button Is composed of three layers of
the substance and is hexagonal in
shape. Among the more elaborate but- .
tons, a large celluloid cameo effect is
meeting with success. Odd shapes
In pressed and carted buttons are In
There are perfectly square parasols
made, of figured cretonne or 'figured
jgUc They are especially effectrra.
arhea carried with a white frock.
It Frequently Is a Sad WerlsV
A. suspicions woman: aever feels
fdte convinced -that all Is right iafter
sfce has found a pink ribbon a the
car her basbaad had out the-night