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He looked at her mystified.
' "Then why did you slight' yes in
sult my poor little gift?"
"Your gift!" she echoed blankly.
At that moment Margie came to
them. Both rose at her approach.
"Ruth, dear," she began, "I just
ran up to my room for something,
and while I was looking for it this pin
dropped into the box that held those
roses. In searching for 'it I found
this card. I didn't mean to rob you,
dear. It was just a mistalce."
She 'took the rose from her gown
and handed it with the card to Ruth.
The girl took them wonderingly, but
Margie kissed her and went away.
Then Ruth read upon the card
something, that brought to her face
a color that matched the rose in her
"Oh! But I'm robbing her!" she
"No, you're not: We're just good
pals; "Margie. and;I biif I want you
It didn't seem necessary for him to
say anything more. Both understood.
CHINA LENDS HAT TO AMERICAN BEAUTIES
No Tilt in the Angle at Which Chin Chin Is Worn.
BY BETTY BROWN
It's called the "Chin Chin," it's of
Chinese origin and it is stamped
with the approval of the "Cupid" hat
This should prove a" fatal combina
tion for any susceptible man to face,
provided the hat is put on properly,
Jhat js, absolutely straight ao$
the forehead, with the ornament
squarely between the eyes.
Such directness and simplicity will
probably be positively "hypnotizing
above a rounded chin and almond
shaped eyes of any preferred color.
The hat is developed in gold color
straw and satin and is trimmed with
aself-cQlQr;pijejit and ban4.
"" Tin i tilt