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BIRD ON THE BACK THAT'S
LATEST STYLE HERE IT IS
pal of the School of Millinery of the
Women's Institute of New York, saw
it she decided to create a gown of
which the decolletage at the back
would be the marked feature.
Here's the result a silhouetted
bird on Mae's back, also on her arm.
Mao Desmond's back is counted
beautiful, and when Ora One, princi
The birds are of velvet and pasted
on. They hate rhmestone eyes,
which add brilliancy.
The gown is of Balmasquo velvet
that falls gracefully, clinging firmly
to the body. The square of which
the front is formed is split from one
corner to the bust line. It is held
together at the back by eight vel
vet cords stretched across the shoul
ders. The headdress is fashioned after
that worn by the late Cleopatra.
SUGARLESS COLD CANNING
Sour plums, rhubarb, green goose
berries and cranberries are the -only
fruit which may be preserved with
out cooking and without sugar.
Their own acids are germ-killers.
But absolute cleanliness and the best
materials are required for the sugar
less cold-canning process. Wash the
fruit and pack neatly in glass jars,
put on the rubbers and set each jar
under an open faucet. Let the water
run with considerable force for 15
minutes to expel bubbles of air. See
that he jars are overflowing before
twisting down the covers. Seal edges
01 covers with melted paraffin and
wrap jars in paper before storing in
a cool place.
TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
July 31, 1742 The French settlers
in the Illinois country were thrown
into a panic by the threats of the
Kaskaskia Indians to turn against
the French unless they were provided
more generously with gunpowder.
"It is no longer necessary for a
stylishly dressed woman to lift her
shirt Gallpolis, Ohio, MaiL