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SHE'S GOT 'EM, BUT WHAT
This is the question:
'Will she now learn to appre
ciate the yital significance and
f importance of suspender buttons ?
V That's the main consideration.
A secondard consideration is this :
Will she follow the tradition
and use ten-penny "nails when
" emergencies arise?
These questions naturally arise
in the light of the latest cable
bulletin from Paris, which says
x that women are now wearing sus
penders to keep their skirts up.
The dispatch, which was re
: layed through London, really said
"braces," but suspenders is what
they meant. There's nothing of
the Tuxedo or invisible system
about them, either. They are
sure enough galluses, worn out
v side and without a belt, in the
good old American style.
Also, they are worn over real
And the skirts they hold up are
so folded andcreased as to re
semble a pair of trousers.
"The woman who adopts this
style,'1- says the cable, "appears
v like a mari fn his shirt sleeves.
She wears a real shirt blouse.
Over this appears braces, attach
ed the top of the skirt ty but
tons. "The skirt has no Belt. The
Q) top of the skirt comes over the
shirt. There are trousers pockets
- on each hip. The skirt'is folded
in trousers form from -the waist
All of which is fine reading for
the male citizen.
He will now sit back .quietly
IF THE BUTTONS COME OFF
and watch to see what the lady
does when her suspender buttons
Flitton & CoAvas a firm of busi-i
ness-like men, and only the very
smartest individuals could find
situations there. You worked or
you went Down the first floor!
stairs of the above-mentioned,
firm an unfortunate customer j
happened to fall.
"Help!" he cried, in tones of,
agony, as he lay prone on the i
floors "Help, I broken my leg!"
A shopwalker flew to the scene ,
of the accident.
"Broken your leg, sir?" he in-,
quired, sympathetically. . "Third
counter on the left. Cork legs!
Miss Popkins, forward!"
Chicago doctor says lobster is
better food than fruit or candy.
Any chorus girl knows that.