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casion of a state, any state, going
L Wearing White Ribbon Uniforms.
Platoon of Police
Playing, "It's a Long, Long Way to
In Auto Run by Dry Batteries ex
clusively. Ornamental Floats:
Carrie Nation and Her Little Hatchet
With escort of live bartenders in
The First Water Wagon to Cross the
Plains in '49.
With escort of reformed Alkali Ikes
and Oeadwood Dicks.
Playing, "A Stein Under the Table."
Representing, 'The Demise of the
Characters represented: Pickled
Onion, Bologna, Potato Salad,
Pickled Beet, Olives, Cheese and
Richmond Pearson Hobson.
Wearing wreath of Water Lillies and
surround by circle of elderly
"Lips That Touch Grape Juice May
Always Touch Ours."
Champagne Souse in Taxicab..
High-Ball Pickle in Hansom.
Rickey Jag in Livery Hack.
Beer Sozzle in Wheelbarrow.
Assorted Souses, on Foot
Mrs. George D. Widner, whose hus
band was lost on the Titanic, who is
engaged to marry Hamilton Rice, the
NUCKOLLS FITE CO.
A PROHIBITION PAGEANT
Below is a suggested plan of pa
rade or march of triumph on the oc-
BETTY BROWN'S FLUFFYNEW FROCK
FIRST FALL DANCES
For the dancing parties that be- j The waist line is just a bit above
gin in early September a charming the regular line, and the bottom of
frock is this one, made of white taf- fhe skirt is finished with the puff scal-
feta and hand-beaded novelty. The ft?!?6 POP"1" during
, . , ,. . - , tne coming season. The black velvet
lace forms a hood effect at the back bow with streamers dropping to the
of the waist and falls gracefully into skirt bottom give a very good line and
the tunic over the cream white taf- make a pretty contrast against tho
feta spirt white silk.