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a crownless band of tulle is Miss yir
ginia Rappe's contribution to the
American "peace" movement. Miss
Rappe whose patriotism won for her
the name "American Beauty Girl"
when she was in Paris aiyi,.Lbndon in
the early' days of the world-war, is
organizing a movement to substitute
the peace note for the. military .note
in women's" clothes.
"The women of America want-world-peace,-'
.said Miss Rappe to,-.
1 day... "Weshould express our peace
sentiments in our clothes. If we be
fieveTn. peace why wear military
jackets and soldier caps. Clothes in
fluences our, minds. I believe that if
we wear the dove of peace and the
beautiful American colors Jiave a
place in- our "scheme of dress we will
soon create a strong sentiment for
peace. , We- believe in. peace our
clothes should proclaim our faith in
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