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STYLE'S THE WORD IF YOU'RE
SPEAKING OF HATS
Ah! Here's the new spring hat!
Put on your "glawses," madame, and
have a good look at it, you'll see it
often between now and Easter time.
There isn't much to the new spring
hat, not much except style, or as
American milliners say class. And
f eatherless and flowerless as it is this
military little hat has plenty of that
elusive thing called style.
The new hat also has, a -.veil a
cape veil of fine;net that ripples about
the shoulders and gives the final
touch of style tp the rakish little hat
Dame Fashion has designed for be-tween-season
f BELOVED OLD REMEDY
Ed Glerum is letting his, favorite
Jersey "cow wear a "fetty bag"
around her neck to ward off the hoof
and mouth disease. Says he used to
wear one to keep away worms and
that' the djseases are similar. Leroy
CAN YOU BEAT THEM?
Kansas boasts of four men who
have the shortest nairies in the coun
try. Here they are:
H. Ek. '
F. Us. .. Cincinnati Enquirer.
MOTION ; OAMERA WILL KEEP
FRITZf BUSY FOR 8 WEEKS A
Fritzi Sche'ff, the petite come
dienne ancLojieratfc'star, has signed
a contract to appear jn jtheBosworth
film pro'ductjon 'ofx "Pretty Mrs.
The play"Pretty Mrs. Smith' was
a triumph forMiss Scheff and the
author of thev play. It wjl Iprobably
require about eight weeks to pro
duce the picture- and will be released
on the Paramouneprogram about the
middle ojf March.
GLEAMS FROM- THE BRIGHT
It may seem to you, that writing this
Is quitebe height of folly;
And we'll confess it bores us, too
But pur job is. to be scholy.
Lcok-it-up- in-tbe -dictionary,