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disease has been traced in many cases to the kiss, and for this rea son we have waged war on osculation in Dominica. The "pat-pat" is the accepted form of greeting in our country and I advocate that in the interest of humanity the" health au thorities of the United States launch a campaign to establish the "pat pat" as the standard method of sa luting in this country." o o FIRST LADY SOUTH DAKOTA TO ATTEND BOSTON CONFERENCE Bfcssr ;Qv. , 'S .Xc is. si E2l wv-v r" s M&5.F rT-EVKTCE Mrs. Frank Byrne, wife of the gov ernor of South Dakota, who will ac company her husband to the govern ors' conference in Boston, Aug. 24 to 27. It will be the third conference of governors attended by Mrs. Byrne. HOW A W6MAN DECIDES THAT SHE NEEDS A VACATION By Frank H. Williams I believe I'll have a liyer stew for dinner. Mrs. Jones certainly got in an aw ful stew when she saw the Smith's maid wearing the same kind of a hat she's bought The "Made in America" goods aren't as good as those made abroad. America is where women aren't getting their rights. Harry says it's a pleasure for him to see Pugilist Kid Punk shoot in his lefts and rights. Men have lots of pleasure. Women should have more pleasure. I should have more pleasure I will have more pleasure, my nerves demand it. My nerves are very bad. I'll tell Harry tonight about my nerves and leave next week for a month at the seashore! (Copyright, 1915, by Newspaper En terprise Association.) o & HIGH LIGHTS ON FALL FASHIONS By Betty Brown The new tailored suits will be short coated, almost as short as the Eton jackets of summer time. Short coats mean short skirts from five to seven inches is the length the designers predict for fall and win ter street suits. Summer's riot of color will sub side with the fall. The new colors are in such subdued shades as dark green, purple, gray, and, of course, navy blue. The long separate coat which gained some popularity last winter will be in the forefront of fall and winter styles. Furs won't be worn for months to come, but cunning little scarfs of knitted silk or wool are already adorning the necks, or rather the shoulders, of well-dressed girls. Hats for the early season are large and made on sailor models.