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ALE HANDS 'ROUND GRAND RIGHT AND LEFT
Col. Lusher (at the club) The first, third and fifth at-
j.Yi-i::iici jagouy, aucmc uaii a ttiupto.
"wish m'frien', Missher Tank.
The second, fourth and sixth
Each 'Fe doeshn't wanter
shake han'sh, needn't.
- BILLIE BURKE ON IDA TARBELL'S RULES OF DRESS
The First Word Dress as jwell
as you can.
Miss Ida Tarbell, the woman
-Vfho laid bare the story of the
greatest trust jn her hjstory of the
Standard Oil Company,, and who
perhaps has the keenest analyt
ical mind I5f any woman in Amer
ica, has this to say of beauty and
"One of the most domineering
impulses in men and women is
that bidding them to make them
selves beautiful In the normal
girl-child it comes out as does her
braving for a doll. Scorn it, ridi
cule it, deny it, it is Nature's will
and as such must be obeyed ""
. She puts the laws of dress info
the following three principles.
"The fitness of dress depends
upon the occasion.
"The beauty of dress depends
upon line and color.
"The ethics of dress depend up
on quality and the relation to
Miss Tarbell has put into these