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The Ogden standard. (Ogden City, Utah) 1913-1920, November 08, 1913, 4 o'clock p.m. City Edition, MAGAZINE SECTION, Image 20

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'Vl Am55$&' PEJpBlB decade. TIkk t-.o. a pk-tur. .
B ViHHB Perennial beauty. Lillian Ru. n,
I always well gowned and fashion-V-iH
''MBfi&BRBH marvel x
f despair of hundreds -f thou i da of
i-iS 'wtWh&i ' i "'i-iv'--j j U ' ' -rff younger women wonder wl .
llffl; HwttjB- SHwIHS an1 hOV'' r.-tair.s h r
k''rM HBfflhri' - defies time "harnilnr JulU 'i .. ,.
1 9 HR shown in a lv.-ly creation, voting a
Mary Keener of "The Conspiracy" M
VSi company, Mario Bmprei Peg
'$1 LsLHK&" O M Heart" company ;m.l Yir- A'5
Ustfl , Knla Norden of "The Poor Little
j-l Rich Girl" arc- the other stag.- beau-
?lJB liy and celebrities who have come ri$&&
tjjal to tho assistance pf Whlt for his
I ,,r?t newspaper beauty and fashion
ayyH page.
fam Wt& Is stopping i w-.
'.9 mW HkL jHBftllK "!,lrrri Vr3
SiviM 'gt'M SHI t9HER lhi'1 fll''" (" A"'"'i'-a In th.
'.-SM Mowl decoration for w.m.i. p.i-
'Zjm fMftilisM. KT' . JM posnro, for there
'i'r tiimml agUin9t a'1"i'1" " for
IfcV'4 HsL ' It lv And It l equally true thai Amr-r-
W&m AH fvak
grcal m af-'SwM kBBHP1' our Atlantlc
m9 itf 'B' 1 SrTSI 9 abandon a,grctte wlth u,tor
gi Jt viafl Thc Par,?l''nno. no doubt
gil HHI P !'l",rlman uh" Ko.-a In the forest
wmm HMiPVr 1 6hoot or or
EH . for tnc mc'r" pleasure of kllllntr
Elfl and thn dltrtbute the frUit of hk
EH White, the fnmoiii vow Tori:
KH photographer who? work is kn
9Hj throughout the world, has mado an
gjjBB alliancu with this newspaper t.. pri-
wBM vl(5e u ,acn week with pan ,,f hi-
H wonderful pictures comprising both
B' beautiful women and equally beau-
IH fashions. To accomplish this
H vlul delight White has culled
H Upn "0m1 of the m09t celebrated
B actresses of America to serve as
models, and their response has
been hearty and prompt. Whit
powder am
does not intend to become a fash
ion export, or a fashion writer.
White, on the contrary, intends to
let newspaper readers n this In
nance th.' woman readers SEE
th newest and loveliest of gowns
and dresses, the most daring hats.
th latest ways of wearing tho hair
and then leave the copying of thee
creations to lovely womanhood
throughout America.
Her n this page you sec Alex
andra CnrlMo. the heif..t Kn?.
ong his friends as a proof
of his skill.
Aigrettes are waving at every
fashionable or unfashionable func
tion in tho large American cltl-.
for n J,, considered most effective
The real aigrette, aa a matter of
course, is softeM and most graceful,
out It Is Imitated so cleverly that
with a quarter of the outlay an
aigrette may bo copied to perfec
tion. This Is done In spun silk. It
stands out rather moro slimy than
the genuine aigrette t,,,t t - -
BB 8Bs
premely silky and tine In quality.
Such a thing may be had for $10.
where the I same sized aigrette is
nar $40. ii.it on.- I IrnciU- and
perishable, while thS Other, tho
manufactured one. lasts forever.
All kinds of aigrett.-s are worn,
from the stiff fountain aigrette to
tho paradise alsrette that Is com
powd of long, waving spirals.
In spite of the report' from Pirl
ells, charming veils continue to
show themselves In thc American
Jhops. To wear with the velvat hats,
la. ..- vetij, o.lp.-.l with . v. I ril'!n
nr.- sold. One of brown shadow
veiling la edged with silk-backed
velvet almost an Inch wide and Is
worn with a deep brown velvet hat.
.u Veils.
One of the new automobile vclla
Is made of marquls. tte In Persian
colors a blue ground, with red and
J
sort of fine wnltc net. of the wash
able sort, which cover the face.
Hair Ornaments
sticking trn: : '
1
.,n nn.l loojis of t' m

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