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ier to remedy it upon the model than
upon the dolls patterned after her.
So little Mildred has found a lucra
tive job. It is no trick at all, she'll tell
you, to stand perfectly still if there
are a hundred wide-eyed dollies star
ing up at her in wonder, while an
other is closely cornered in the crook
of her elbow.
It's no hardship at all to "smile and
look pleasant" when you are all
dressed up in the most joyful colors
imaginable; just like a little Dutch
boy or just like a real indian with a
long lasso in one hand.
Mildred has almost white hair,
red, round cheeks and clear blue eyes.
No wonder they chose her for the
Original of "Neutrality Jim," the
Dutch doll whom so many children
are numbering among the new play
things in the nursery.
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BRITISH BEAUTIES GIVE HAIR
FOR WAR FUND
London, Oct. 2. One of the big
gest sacrifices of the war is now being
made by some of the most beautiful
women of London, who are cutting
off their tresses to swell the war relief
funds. Short hair for women and
Charlie Chaplin mustaches for men
are two of fashion's edicts being ad
hered to by ever-increasing numbers
here. ThV'Vomen who are adhering
to the patriotic fad are getting hand
some sums for their beautiful tresses.
BEVERLY BAYNE'S $50,000 WARDROBECOVER-ALL
One of the most useful, as well as
the most attractive, wraps for wear
I this season is the ankle-length, loose
ly hung, broad-belted coat with large
The model which Miss Beverly
Bayne is wearing in this picture Is
made of knitted Jersey doth, emerald
green. The skirt of the coat has a
clever little plait in the sides.
Its distinctive features are a high
auto collar, of fur which buttons
tightly around the neck, and fancy
buttons of amber and onyx that give
it a look of richness.
This coat, Miss Bayne says, she will
wear over light silk evening dresses
or, on occasion, for afternoon auto-ing.
Smart ankle-length cover-all wrap
worn by Beverly Bayne.
Many husbands who say their wives
treat them "like dogs" would like to
be treated like some women treat