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And, raising his hat, he left Laura
in collapse upon the bench and made
his way leisurely to Esther's house.
His heart was singing, for he knew
now that youth turns to youth and
middle age to middle age; and he
knew, too, that his love for Esther,
deep in his heart, had been the guid
ing star of his life.
Esther, standing in the living room,
looked at him piteously when he
came in. She could hardly restrain
the tears that came into her eyes.
She had resolved to go away, never
to see him again What was he
She looked incredulously at him;
she felt his arms about her and her
own heart beating; and then the
long, long waiting was merged into
the happy now.
BETTY BROWN MAKES TOUR OF
By Betty Brown
The silk sports suit of many colors
has had its day, and September will
bring a new model a combination
of printed Filipino cloth and colored
wool jersey. The jacket will have big,
pouchy pockets of soft white kid.
A belt of striped jersey silk to
match a striped silk hat adds to
the brightness of the late summer
The newest and smartest handbag
is a gaily striped affair of jersey silk
embroidered in wool. No getting
away from those sports stripes.
When the college girl returns to
school she will have one or more or
xgandie blouses I would not call
them coats myself, but Mme. Modiste
insists they are blouses of knee
length and belted at the waist A
pale green blouse with cuffs and col
lars of light yellow is stunning
enough to please even the hard-to-be-pleased
college young person.
Mother If you fell in the water
why are your clothes dry?
Tommy I took 'em off in case of
FALL COATS HERE, BUT SAVE
By Betty Brown
"What will we wear this fall?"
Miss Virginia Suydam, pretty man
nikin, steps forth from the Chicago
Garment Manufacturers' fashion ex
position to show us.
The coat is a real overcoat Most
of the coats will be big and mannish.
There's a graceful swing to the
folds of this model. Observe the
baby-yoke and the way it slips over
the shoulder, kimona fashion. The
yoke will be a feature of our new fall
'ine material is duvtyne in a-new
blue that shades decidedly toward
The hat is purple velvet The band
is gray picot ribbon and the cluster
of grapes that tilts the brim is silver
Just for harmony sake the boots
are gray and white.