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NEW YORK TRIBUNE SUNDAY MARCH 18 1917 ?hje t?nJmnt ?raphfc TKe Eighteen. Hour Dgy of Miss Gotkonx J Posed byMiss Marion Davies of the "Oh?oy "Compair? Photographs by the Lajaren ?Hill?rStuaios The quiet hour for Mim Gotham ia when she first rises, some? where? ?round noon. Then, and then only, can she enjoy herself in a leisurely manner and clothe herself ac? cordingly in an in time robe such as this orchid chifl?n with silver lace band? ing and dull blue chif? fon over-dress. Gomo from Jjmri tUCtOmx f Co It's so hard to be dignified," complains Miss Gotham. Then she tilts her chin and draws herself up until she shows every Grecian line of her turquoise taffeta dinner gown. To make the train slink along as it should, there is a spray of silver flowers, and another spray serve? the all important purpose of attaching the gown to the girl. ' ? I ?0 ?0 very "** * esperas, ael "*?' > f, aaeia-oslj a? ?nt -jo*, f,? , lothe?. ****** [Ste ?Lnks of a ?P*>'*? ?,.? M irrrns of ?***-*??> clotlt rremstluM ,v**v ' * ? and *?W" .-. ite ?wing ? " . ? ^ w ?? ?? '***- vM Isrssy ? out t*"*???. or, ,,, lot?, gfyiMiioim?aee 7 ? " SU | ...l.red 11 *" '??- ?oil., ,, v.n. *-*-w*?*J Beetees ?bid?. *"*f Ara-J ?4a ?ops it ? ???....,..,,, ,, "*"U lar.rr, Ml|?f It's our idea of what ? dancing frock should be, and Mis* Gotham u trying to ihow you juit now alluring it i*. She is holding it so that you msy tee the drspingi at the tides, the wired garlandt of potiet and the lace pet? ticoat, but the can't give you any idea of the peach glow of the taffeta, the creamy tinge of the lace, or the yellow to orsnge shad? ing! of the flower!. ,?1 Osaras fttm //"?< V Tarnt? Mim Gotham know? that the girl apd the time and the place may be all right, but ahe won t land the catch of the season if the clothe? are not up to the minute. Our sympathy to the unsuspecting male when she is wearing this frock of flesh tinted Georgette crepe banded in I rrii? h Wet ?.re,** und embroidered m Mue !>eads.