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at hand a federal and a rebel and
now he has .added to his wardrobe a
mirth-provoking khaki-suit, a parody
on the kind that American soldiers
As soon as the firing dies at the end
of a battle Alegrias y Enhart crawl
out from under their bed and show
themselves in the street. They are
"But," they explain, "we are the
That puts another face on the mat
ter. Will the senors pardon? It would
not do to arrest the actors, because
then there would be no show.
The American soldiers, sailors and
marines never get tired-of Alegrias y
Enhart, who are really clever. Espe
cially do they demand the wrestling
act Enhart wrestling with an over
coat. The overcoat finally gets a full
nelson on the comedian and presses
his shoulders to the mat. The strug
gle is terrific.
The vogue for bordered effects has
resulted in the production of an ex
ceedingly clever double-bdrdered veil.
This novelty has a different pattern
on each edge of the veiling so that it
can be made to serve the purpose of
entirely two different bordered veils.
Sometimes a narrow floral border will
appear oh one edge and a velvet or
chenille-dotted border on the other.
The bodices of evening gowns
have diminished until there is noth
ing left but narrow strips of lace over
A feature of the new gowns is the
jacket having a ripple hanging full
from about the middle of the back be
tween the shoulders.
Charming wraps of absinthe,
charmeuse, or water-moss green
golfine are lined with self -colored lib
erty and fastened with cartridge
shaped buttons of pearl.
Many women are carrying . little
leather vanity cases which measure
about five by four inches, and are
four inches deep. These cases con
tain little gold toilet reqyisetes as
well as a place for the purse.
The Paris shops are showing hand
bags, purses and card cases made of
A great many buttons in mother-of-pearl,
crystal, amber and tortoise
shell are now being worn.
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