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FANTAS wot TO SAY FREASCISHARE THE
LATEST MILLINERY FANCIES-
One of fashion's whims this sea
son is the "monkey cap," that is the
cap trimmed with monkey fur, and it
makes more or less of a "monkey"
of the girl who wears it.
The little cap fits as close to the
head as a nightcap and it is trimmed
with a deep fringe of black monkey
fur. Two stiff black wings at the
right side give it the final barbaric
Equally fantastic, though more
becoming is the "steeple" hat, a tall,
pointed hat which is usually worn
with sport coats or the ever popular
"Oh, what has become of Cholly?" he
"I wonder where he can be!"
She answered: "Daisy carried -him
As a souvenir spoon, you see."
Agriculturists in Egypt have suc
ceeded in raising a new cotton, brown
in color and stronger,