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die is gray, embroidered in rose and
green chenille. The collar is of prim
military cut, topped by a band of ma
rabou, and marabou makes a narrow
cuff for the military sleeves.
When they reached Paris their
charges were taken to a hotel by No
ble. There appeared Miss Moore and
her father a little later. He thanked
Noble for his protecting escort. He
looked over the children speculative
ly. "I think I'll adopt them," he said
finally. "I say, Violet, we can get
the people at the home farm to take
them in and ourselves keep track of
their progress in life."
"I shall be interested to see them
permanently housed," remarked No
ble. "As I am going also to return
to the United States "
"We can't spare you from the par
ty, of course," declared Violet's uncle.
And one beautiful moonlight night,
steaming homeward bound, Adrian
Noble told his love to the girl who
had roused him to a new and truer
interest in humanity.
"Our little wards," spoke Noble
tenderly, when Violet had said yes.
"We will see them grow into men and
STYLES THAT WILL BLOOM IN
By Betty Brown
Dame Fashion is packing her ward
robe trunk packing it with sum
mery hats and gay colored dresses,
parasols gaudy as an autumn sunset,
for the queen of modes will soon be
off to her winter playgrounds, Palm
Beach, Coronado or San Antonio.
And though we'll all not join the
fashion pageant it will behoove even
the "tailor-made" sisterhood to study
the winter resort fashions, for these
are the models we will all be wearing
That our spring jackets will be
straightlined and rather long is indi
cated by this charming frock de
signed by Mme. Phair of the Fashion
Art League of America for "beach
wear." It is made of the new Samo
vari silk, a jeather heavy silk admira
bly adaptedfor street wear. The
golor is deeprqse and. the velvet gir
PATIENT'S OWN DIAGNOSIS
The physicians were consulting be
side the bed of a man supposed to
"No," said one of them decisively.
"I think we should wait until he gets
stronger before operating."
The other doctor opened his mouth
to speak, but the patient beat him to
"What do you take me for?" he
asked feebly. "A cheese?" Ladies'
It is said that an organization of
women in Japan who have sworn
never to marry unless their prospec
tive husbands agree to support a
movement for obtaining for them
equal treatment with men numbers
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