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Hjot: Ifyoa have dandrog iod itch uhllriu uuiranc nnww- i M Tff i nn UNIVERSITY A. 1L. Ph. Dn Presides LL.D, Seeretary-Treaasrer write HOLMES, Registrar Waahlngtea, D. C. - DOUGLAS 1 EF. HARDING, JR; GROVE AVE. AND M08SELL CHICAGO, ILL ISstary FobKc ' Pkoswa: OSca MM 4153; EMtdascc, 475f ChiTmrkia Anwim PhomXacwood Xl Walter M. Fanner ATTOXHEY AMD COUW SXLOX AT LAW . . SataMS 1S4W. WaakiactesiR. " CHICAGO "I Kmbme,lM2 T j JSILES J. DEVIKE A1T11MY Xt LAW jrtrnxsis-aat CWk Plrtee DoHglaa 6302 asd DoagIas653 Nights call Desgias TOTS J. S. DORSEY Dnigpst FaS Xisw f F?li Drf sat TaBet ArtJcka Praacriptiaw FJted WJek TtaV mtufcai'' THE BROAD AX, GINGHAM IS THE STYLISH FABRIC Besides Being Fashionable Ma terial, Price Is Much Lower Than in the Past GOT RED AND WHITE CHECKS Brighter Colors ta Supplant the Dull Shades in Silk Dresses la In teresting Note in the Paris Modes. "The best thing I can tell you about ginghams," said the head of a highly successful firm In America. Import ing materials for wash dresses, "is that they ore the best thing In the world. No other cotton dress fab ric approaches them In volume of sales this year." Every summer wardrobe that, makes any .pretension whatever 6f approach ing completeness should Include sev eral gingham frocks. This Is good news, because gingham has much be sides fashion to recommend It. No woman Is averse to buying Inexpensive clothes that are In the height of fash Ion, and this Is one of the things that still may be said of the gingham frock. The price of gingham Is now considerably lower than it has been for two or three years. The prettiest dresses of this fabric are simple, the beauty of such a dress lying In the selection of colors and, perhaps "an unusuaj bit of trimming Checks Brighten Landacpe. i. : It might be eipeetk with' the. j?res-. ent craze for dully -black silk -dregseSj that black and white cottons would be chosen. But fashion, ever contradict ory, says no. In wash fabrics we must be- gay. Black and. white cottons, bad their Innings last year. Now thelr place -Is usurped by red and white: checks. There is a goodly showing of brown and white as well as many greens; but reds are most prominent According to -an old-time saying, an Individual Is as old as the or she feels, and no -woman could help feeling very young In these fresh, crisp, wash dresses that in design, material and coloring are very like those she wore In her schoolgirl days. Except for the size It would be next to impossible to distinguish them from little girls' dresses. The full skirt which stalks so threat eningly among the -new clothes finds a logical place In the cotton dress. The slim silhouette Is retained by dress makers catering to the women who really know most about dress, and who always demand beauty In their clothes, but the full skirt Is among us. It Is not nearly so beautiful In model of cloth as those .which follow the naturalilneSrOf the figure, but It Is much moresutable to, the dress of wash material than the peasant chem ise. Youthful Model, Organdie Trimmings. A charming dress for warm sum mer mornings may be made of red and Red and White Checked Gingham Frock With Trimming of Whlto Or Dandle and Flowers Embroidered In Red Worsted. white checked gingham In the follow ing way: Cut the bodice portion Just like a chemise dress with kimono sleeves and gather a. full skirt to this slightly below the normal waistline. The neck, may be squared or round and finished with a bias fold of bright red organdie underlaid with one of white. The sleeves may be cut off at any length desired, although rather short ones would be attractive, and these should he edged with organdie In two colors ta match the neck. Now make a iiarrow belt of the zed organdie or of -Jhe gingha if you like, aad line it with white, allow ing the white to show at either edge la the form of a piping. Ornament this with two tiny stiff fiat bows of the red, faced with white. Tie the gir dle. In thfe hadc'-permitting the stiff little bows to come at .either sfde of the Jrow 'r,o m- may be plain or "Assurance" and "Insurance. Assurance and Insurance arc synoo yinoBS terms In, ordinary usage, but in. Britain fairly strict distinction is maintained, assurance being cecfined to life, and Insurance to fire, martae, etc. Assurance was used exclusively .until the end of the.Slxteenth century When "EnsaranceTmade 4ts. appear-. SESBIflSB' CHICAGO ILL., 4BATDDA.Y, JULY St-M" 1! aay have two large tucaa encucT-ng It. If further ornamentation. 1 de sired, sew the tuck In a long runalng stitch with red worsted and trim the neck and sleeves In the same way. Nelijher worsted nor organdie Is a new trimming for gingham dresses, but evidently designers have not been able to think of anything prettier -to take their place, for we have hem used more profusely than, ever this year.- This Is especially true of or gandie. Quantities of organdie xruis, both gathered and plaited, are seen. Collar Reflecting Mexican Not. If you are a youthful amateur dressmaker you may prefer the Mex ican note sponsored, so Btrongly by Jeanne Lanvln of Paris in her spring and summer collection of clothes. A frock shows the straight bodice Just described, with a Mexican collar fas tened to one side. By way of variety, this skirt Is plaited and cut longer In The Charming Straight-Line Dress of Brown Linen, Illustrating the Abun dant Use of Organdie Plaiting on Wash Dresses. the front and back than it Is at the sides, but any plain skirt may be used with a bodice such as this. Embroideries are not lacking on wash dresses, but they are reserved more especially for models of linen or crash. A straigfatllne frock of nat ural color crash Is most attractive with heavy embroideries In brown. The skirt portion was embroidered with heavy threads of mercerized brown, -cotton from the hem to' about (be knees f It was a chemise dress. The bottom of the sleeves were orna mented In. like manner, and so was a narrow collar which stood straight up around the neck, but turned down In the front, as the dress was slashed and folded back to form revers. Dress That Harks Back to 188a r A new way of using worsted em broidery on a linen frock, and also of obtaining a good deal, of color, appears In a demure gray chemise dress. It has an apron tunic In the front only, attached to the waist portion at a "low line. The trimming consists of appUqued motifs of bright-colored linen In novel shapes stitched to the dress with worsted of contrasting hue. ' As a variation of the embroidered trimming, straight chemise frocks of heavy white linen the chemise model Is used for the heavier fabrics are trimmed straight down front and back panels with points of red and white checked gingham. The gingham also is stitched In pointed effect around the neckline, which Is somewhat high but a shallow oval In form, and around the sleeves. The short cap sleeve, which Is just a little puff, is used in summer dresses of the llghtexnaterials, such as voiles and crepes. It also makes an occa sional appearance In some of the heav ier fabrics, but although the dress It- -self Is of a heavier cotton, the 1830 sleeve Is of a thinner material. For instance, a. quaint looking dress of flowered chintz, made withi straight bodice and full-gathered akrit; has puff sleeves of white organdie, the cuffs of which art stitched with red worsted. Further teaches of the organdie ap pear In tDTronn of plcoted ruffles en circling skirt and deep, round seek. Modes' of Halrdrewlng. The modes ;0f hairdresstng in Paris inuicaie a vogue tot smootn and un curled arrangements of the hair, as In opposition t the much-waved and puffed coiffure which has, been worn for several years. The exaggerated psyche knot low down on the head Is mucn asectea ty Engu&awomen as well as Parislennes. Although the hair is arranged not only with plain ness, but apparently with precision, most fantastic headdresses are worn. The large Spanish comb Is retained. The newest combs are of ivory rather than shell. These white combs are most effective. For those who do not like an all-white comb .they may be had with beautiful enameling in color as well as with settings of precious stones. 0 . The weirdest of feather .ornaments ere chosen for the Tialr. Bands- of the costly end forbidden paradise may completely encircle the head or plum age of the common barnyard fowl may make the'' craziest looking headdress Imaginable. 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