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ago, because there was no hospital
here to save their lives. And then
he resolve.d to save every cent for
the rest of his life until he was able
to build this hospital."
"You're romancing I meaji, he
was delirious," said the head "phy
Nurse Alice shook her head. "It's
all in the papers," she said.
And it was a fact. Old Man Col- I
THE FALL HAT
ley had left the residue of his for
tune to the hospital How he had
saved that hundred thousand be
sides nobody eve rknew. But his
stattue, erected by subscription,
mainly contributed by the Hon. John
B. Allingham, stands in front of the
gates, and they just love tramps'
in the hospital wards today. They
are hoping for another angel in dis
guise like Old lan Colley.
IS WITH US
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Here's the new fall hat! There
will be others, but those1 deep in the
confidence of milliners tell me this
mushroom hat will be THE smart
It's quite different from the "mush
rooms" of other seasons. Thp hr?n
is very deep and very stiff and the
crown slightly stiffened, too.
Having heaps of style toatajjow
and a band are sufficient trimming.
The crown is velvet; the brim, satin.
I've seen this model in navy blue
with sand color facing. And in a
still darker tint of blue with facing
of apple green Georgette crepe it is
striking. When the crown is in taupe
or some of the pale gray shades an
underbrim of orchid color is -charming.
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