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MIGHT SEND THIS'HA'T TO, THE LAUNDRY IT'S
t MADE OUT OE TURKISH.TOWELS
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Tv" 'At last a fashion Has come out
of Paris that is useftfland life for
women whpse hands get dirty
may be worfh'living'alter all.As
usual with Paris fashions,v mere
man is not consjdered.
This is not the prologue of a
soap ad, but a description of the
latest millinery wrinkle for the
beautification'of woman. If also
has utilitarian qualitie's " to rec
ommend it. , " :
The girl who cannot afford one
of the new stunning ratine hats
such as is shown 'in the picture
need not despaih.)If .she is. cFever
of wit and nimble ot-fingerall sh.e
needs is a pan of Turkish Jbath
towels and a buckram hat frame.
The hat may "be'trimmed-wttfi
braid" if the weaYer desicesy
The frame should be Ja!id flat
on the towel, and the top of under
sides cut out. These are fitted5
over the frame and the edges slip'
stitched vtogether. The top of the'
frame h covered, and a wide bias
band edged with wire is' fitted
around the crown. Where it is
fastened a 'trimming of balls and
small,' ornaments made of the
braid may be added.
An attractive sailor "can be!
made the-same way if this style
is preferred' to the rolling brim
shape. ', 4
. The toweling gives a softening
effect-to the'skin, and especially
is' true of the ecru shades, which
closejy resemble chamois in ef
fect. - ,
Thatjs the artistic 'and decor
ative description of this useful'
hat. Njow, if you are fn a public
washroqin, and are fast losing
yourhope of he'aven in struggling"
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