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JAP, RUSS AND MEXICAN GIRLS
CONTRIBUTE TO COSTUME
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This season's styles seem to skip
from Indian to Japanese conceits;
from Russian peasant to-Mexican
peon ideas in dressing.
The back view of the trotter suit
shown, combines the narrow plain
skirt, the Russian tunic and the
Geisha bow in the back. While this
dress is made for summer wear of
pongee, it presages the style of the
early fall and winter modes.
NEAPOLITAN ICE CREAM
Scald one quart' of cream in a dou
ble boiler; do not boil it. Beat the
yolks of six eggs with one cup of su
gar until light and foamy. Beat the
whites of three eggs until stiff, and
fold into the yolks and sugar. Add, a
pinch of salt Pour the hot cream
into the eggs a little at a- time and
beating constantly. Turn back into
the double boiler and cook very slow
ly until the consistency of custard.
Strain and allow to get perfectly cold.
Flavor and freeze.
Dr. Mary J, Hogue, who makes a
specialty of the study of marine ani
mal life, has been appointed a pro
fessor of biology at Wellesley College.
Miss Margaret McMahon has been
employed in the Bethlehem, Pa., pqst
office for twenty-five years.
The cigaret habit is growing to an
alarming extent among the women of
the better class at Ottawa, Canada.
Mrs. Mortimer Singer of London
recently made a balloon flight of 200
The majority of women workers in
Great Britain earn less than $3 per
Queen Mary is conceded to be the
best dancer among the British .roy
alty. Women schoolteachers in Topeka,
Kan., receive an average "salary of
$76.75 per month.
The British coast is so well pro
tected with lighthouses that if a ship
sailed right round England, Scotland
and Ireland by night, only on six oc
casions would it be where it could
not see the flash of a-lighthouse lantern.
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