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SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1922
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
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English Designer Asserts
United States Has Finest
Looking Women in World
Woman Says Members of Fairer Sex
Are As Business-like As Men
Creator of Famous ing Gown for rnncess
Mary and Gownmaker for Court of England
Says Best Looking Women in America Can Be
Found in the Pacific Northwest.
HY Hi:iI) IIOYT
(Fashion Jlitor of tin I". I)
( Writ t :i f o r U n ; t I Pr- -)
INIK.', Ki.z.. (i:y Mail to TL
I. I'.) "AMTiVMii wl!.:i c ir
their cloth's r- r-r than any worin n
in th worl.l. TJim wokin
v.i'.'iun in A.ii'r.i.i nre ;:i the P.i-
!.'; north.w-t ar,.! f thve the
in ..-1 b'.autiful caa b found ;n Seit
tV." Thi I.- the CO;;-;.rrrJ Ju.!riK".t f-f
or; of the ivorkd'.s f.rrc a ! 't x;K-ru
"P I "c"
the Frer.ch ucni-
he rcvh'd. "Thc.r hr.ffl
are r.jt rihL and their ?o',vi)3 al
ways lak a-l-out the waist hr.e, where
they are confir.1 with an elastic
band. The French designer thrown
hk jro-wrn tos"tlicr with a tack hero
ami there. Wo Ilr.gksh couid not
."II auch hap-hazard frisks. Many
of our fimple.-l drr. represent
montlus and even ye.tr of handwork.
-f atr f t!if fatii- i U' pri'lti oiirselve.s upon exquisite
oi..H we.j.link: 'OA n of I'r: u-t Mary 'workn.ansliip not only upon the ma.
wninikfr for tin- court cft-:-;a!
arid the -
No c ot'jrne r in a'.l
er qualdled t j:a-.-;
Ki;r in hot
I''I-Cm: ' r. upon i
tf our gowr.fi.
upon the fin-
th merits of t!i' worr.en of lh. wuri J
thm lte :!'., who i
t m vol or, an artt.
ourt, k'ownrnakr-r fur
JI-.s patrons ir.clii!- n
an ir-.ternation il
Wh' il l -J h' Il
n. any yta
L only the
rr.-Ml family of llni ind lr.it nearly
all of t!u rac;i je - and iJie.s rf
that land. Dr. irav dr 1 in on Iiis
!i Hon rrv'f'Aj ni o f T r- r?' ni .ri -i ?i , I
id Fuch nota-hif'- a. Iidy Mount-
. . . . . . . i
aurji, ur fvn iTii:- fri .Mary ner-
The models who di-'piny irille'.,i
Eovni rc.scnh!o slightly thf famous
heautifs of t i court, a- nio-t ofthe
powu they di.il'iy are reitf,d os-pe-cialiy
for thi-o pfr.ii,i?r-.
As they ap;roa !i w;t!i a pra e
that i1? alnuHt queenly, one murniuis
'Vhat lovely -woTnen an.. I wliat fror
An. I Jieville. lieedin? nt. bends
over u.- and wh inp'-rs, "Ali. hut your
Arnorican women! Tliev li-ive tho
And one must admit that no plac
ir. all Kun-pe can one .e. .-jr!i .(,r
K'. OU.-4 h'iii'iwori- as (tntsceM ;u llng--I.ind;
pown.s hand wovwi ith 1
a ! inie thread o-f cold; laces hundreds
eara old. om'jroidrced in peed
p" iris; exquisite embroidered shawls
rf'f-ti beyond descrip-
. I or
t . o n .
Koyal fasli.ioii Ilovicw.
Som'r.vhe-re in tho room an o!d
Knlish clock chimes and the re
view at lievillo'.i begin.
A wonderful dral: haired girl ap
proached in 4i short flaring jac-
riuKto of jadt) ffrocn co!Iart-l with
black and whit monkey fur and
worn with a white duvetyne sport
."'i;:rt. She carr!o.s a white enameled
can, and weart hih white- llu.-sian
boots-. She .vtop? to chat witli a girl
I nv maui.w iiali:.
"Ho w i ps today are running
I tlnir home- j;)t as eiTicier.tiy as; men
i are run nine their Lu'lnesse-V ays
: Mary Jan ir.fre".
Her pr.-iticn a- seeretar. of the
' or;tir.entai J rust Company or
Washington. T. C, where sh:
teaches huri'lred of women to ke;
tlicir accounts and balance their
check Look-, trivet tier a koo.I van-
taeo point from which to form her
"And all thi.s talk about women
I.ing unbusinesslike, and their over-
checkin and u nderdepositin and
iiiaking thomsrlves a nuisance en-
rally for cashiers all without
foundation," she continued. "Women
learn simple banking principles in
an amazingly short time.
"Todc.y women pay their proctrs.
butcher.i and tradespeople by check.
They run their homes on a budget
plan and balance their accounts
down to the last fivo cents if it
take five hours.
"Women's accounts are rally
much harder to manage than men's,
too, because they Involve small
amounts and small checks, while
men work in larger lisUres.
"Iabor-saving devices for the
home have done more than anything
else to make women etücient, be
cause they have -given them time to
catc h up. While" the electric washer
is getting the dirt out. of Johnny's
rompers hi mother ha time to do
her bookkeeping and find out where
the household money is going and
Misi Winfree'.s unique position in
the banking world, shared by not
half a dozen others' of her sex, is
the result of her business policy of
asking no favors, but always doinsr
some little service that wall put
others under obligation to her.
She knows jrtocks and bonds and
investments sometimes have to be
COWN TO THE!
fS--A WHILE FL EC
T RIC WASHER-
y BY CH ECKJJ J jftQ
MARY JANH WlXFliEK.
translated into plain i:nli?h for
those who do not speak the language
Her willingness to act as Inter
preter makes most of the women
who have accounts at the bank ore
fer to do their business with "Mis-?
Mary." And many a wise-looking
man, after a consultation with a
wise-looking banker, corner to hei
afterward to say:
"Now what did he really mean by
The old prejudice against promot
ing women to executive positions in
banks is rapidly evaporating, she
"The only reason for it 13 because
men can't help regarding women
employe as merely temporary
bridging the timo between school
"I started as a stenographer 1 4
years ago. I believe stenography is
the best wedge a wo ma c a n em
idoy to get into the banking busi
ness. A really good stenographer i
bound to attract attention anywhere
she is -o rare.
"There la an unlimited oppor
tunity for women to render service
In banks and there are more and
more positions opening for them as
they are ready to fill them."
Love Cult Exponent Bad
Husband, Says Girl Wife
Compromised Into Marrying Publisher Many Years Her
Senior, She Asserts in Divorce Suit.
DKTROIT. Dec. SO. Albert V'.
Rverson, head of the mysterio;;
love cult '. T. O." was a failure as
a lover, his lvyear-o. l wife, Mabel,
artists' mob?1., declare-.
Mrs. Jyerp!n. known n the
"Que en of t;i- O.akt d'Arts." a:i
artists' oM;il:shrnf-nr, ; suing1 for
divorce. She is Rver.-or.'s secor.
"He a sk . I m to marry "him r
CO ilay.V trill." Mrs. Kyer. n said.
"H agree 1 that if lie- could not
make mo love him at the end ot
that time I should go free. When
lie j?aw tliat he -was not making
headway with his love-mr.king h"
tried caventiin tactics. Ho beat me
severely on several occasions. 1
was able to drag through :? cf the
CO days, and then I It ft him."
Mrs. Ryerson said she frequently
poses before tho artists of the
Faced (inue Cliarcro.
The case draws into the lime
light once more the man who. as
head of the Universal r.ook" Stores.
Inc., figured in a suit to determine
whether the corporation's moneys
were bing used illegally for the
f the :
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boir-. .1 her
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father, a brotlic
arson's, and tliat Fye;
lo r p'.i.ird:.i:i. Siie,
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fhowcred with attentions
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of fur t!
to comprormsinc ,
son. mIio r--s.'.rte,1
hr alter l;e fa.b 1 to vin by mor
o rd : n a ry I o vo - n , a k : n. g.
Called irer "Dauirlitcr."
"At em of the social ev.-ttts given
:z wrv.s a r i
Th oT.ty trimm:
own cf '.'r.ck ere
Hard to Beat
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go w n ed
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Chincilla ra.N it anl
it is the first
is worn over the head.
One could rave forever about the
evening gowrv; at Reville's. In the
firt place, we notice
that the Kng-
fic cost. Tliey walk lik queen?.
Their figure-. ar superb. They are
time we have seen Mich a remark
able imitation of chinchilla. Her
flkirt si pieatcd affair of gray, her J lish girls have wonderful line.s. They
ti" goddcHse. Russian bo(t.ore of gray wuede and j are tall and slender and perfectly
suitl for displaying the nenv
furs for Ikh sport costumes.
Suddenly the room is filled with
grace and carriage o
They ar ox.-uNitc. N her havelhe-r hat :. a chincilla tuiran. Ite-ille
I see firh women as on vour Pari-- 'believes in using imitation.'' of costly
the personification (f perfect poise. groups of gir'.s in sport cos'tume,
They havo th compIex:nH and chatting quietly a nil walking about.
t--tit"-'?y prrpotion T the Unglish There i.s a daring little .-uit of reil
giris. combined witli bfautiful faces ; flannel with huge patch pockets and
and exquirite grace.. The American
p:rl i. iifver cem'lous of her hand.
and fei t. She i never
and is al w.n poiec't.v
."'.f. I think that is 011
grcate-t charter. "
collar anl i-uffs of white ermine;
white bandwoven pport suit with
corresponding muffler and cap: a
sure of her-J hand crcchotol gown of cream .- ilk
of her with a long cape to much which
ha.s a little hood attachment which
Ilana. an olivo skinned beauty,
i.s wearing a form fitting gown or
.black b'panish lace, over which she
wears a little turkey red velvet bol
ero, a perfect replica of the old
Spanish bolero. and over this there
is still another wrap a voluminous
(ape of Spanish lace. The lace if
quite fascinating. Nearly every
evening gown is accompanied by one
of these btile colorful velvet jac
quettes or by a Spanish shawl and
Famed Expert Reveals Coveted
Secrets On Home Decorations
nv maki w hau:.
Many women have demonstrated
their abilities as interior decorators,
but Mrs. Kmott Furl lias gone a step
further and i now designing stage
Her late-r. effort in this direction
are shown in ' Fools Frrant," a
i i v-n v . iq oqn' tM'ii. in' in i' a nq 3
she (le-iwVil have so much char
cter ;th so litt! apparent ffort.
and su.'!i I .car.e-r. and timplicty.
that one's f:r.-t impuNo i- to ask:
"Why tan't we get such effects In
So I went to se. Mj-s. F.ael. in lier
studio full of anti'iu.s and luts of
Iovellr.es.s gathered all over th
world, and rut th. question to her.
"It 1 much chsIt to gt beautiful
effects in a hone than on the stas:e,"
f ho assured m. "It is not what you
fpend, but how you spend It that
:nak?s a .ucvessful room.
Mutly Itoonm Hr?t.
"Ir. droratin I alwa8 study ths
y and form a mental
picture cf how the place should look
as a v. hole and bniid It as a who!.
1 kr my value- rit;ht r.d culmin
ate wht rceary. That's ray ?ys
tem. ,-Th f.rr thine: tn crrd-r ! th
fTpour" rf t!
or thes f.nir.g en a court, ro
be ilrco.-a ted
, iv v.- -c -v .. - t j . . - , - -a
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! room1' dark rooms;
:t Fall an
r-.K. s--:nr:v ro-"m m ed to
be f-ofb. with r.ei:tral rcior. j
"Plain wai; are ,y fir th eastst j
to work with, par.-led ov. shcubl '
rot b attempted without b'dr.g most ;
cnrrfa'ly p'.anr.-rd. 1'i.bss one par-'
t'eular'.v warts th. eff.- of a low
w a '. r - " o 1 1
f k 'v;7 i- . Uf:7
Vk:!:j; 1 1 pry
inconspicuous color and the hang
"Many room are ruined by a bad
floor treatment. Conspicuously new
hardwood floors, yellow and shiny,
o'äen throw a whole room out of
ky. They should be mellowed down
to a dark, inconspicuous tone.
"Windows are most important
Some of the most effective curtains,
however, are also the cheapest. One
of the most beautiful homes on Long
I.-lancI has a fascinating room m
which the curtains are of red calico
with a yellow figure, bound with
bright blue glazed chintz.
"Plain tateen makes beautiful
curtains and so does plain tarleton.
Two shades of tarleton jtrlves i
changeable effect that 1 charming.
"If the pictures do not harmonize
with a room it 1- better to eliminate '
them entirely. If you hav the.
courage to keep out of a room the
things that do not harmonize, even
If they aro beautiful in themselves.
you have th material from which ,
a successful decorator Is made. I
"Brackets with Ivy or flowers are
as effective as picture?? and that!
brings mo to flowers. No room is!
perfect to mo without them it la!
like a woman without a umlle. flow
ers add simplicity to a formal room
and lend a grace to a simple one." j
we are told that the poor heatrn?
-ystcm cf Kngiund k responsible
for these wraps which are worn un
der the evening' cape of fur.
Solid Color Scheme.
In thl.s.ltttle fashion gathering we
see more Spanish shawk than in an
em-.emibl act of Carmen. Iteville
prtfeM the solid color scheme for
the Spanish shaew, although there
is one of poirwtta, shade embroid
ered in Avhite leaves and collared
with ermine that is marvelous. A
gold shawl embroidered in self-color
u.e. a huge roll collar of brown
monkey fur and i also distinctive.
Every frock has .some beautiful
a eves so ry to add to it'.s charm a
jenvelod, basr. a ejuaint poir of ear
rings, or one of the jeweled hair
bandeaux without which the English
women never feel dressed.
There ar no waist linet- in Eng
land. Frocks fall straight from the
shoulders, following slightly the out
line of the body. There are no two
gem-nil alike at Seville's and that Is
something wdiich our American de
signers could learn from the Eng
An PJnglish woman in an evening
gown lias only one flaw, her ha!r
always straggling out from under
the head bandeaux are locks of
straight erring hair.
one of Mo.iusa.
I mention thi.s to Reville.
"Oh," ho smiles, but you must not
compare them to the American wom
en. It is unfair. Our climate pre
vents one from ke-eping the hair
Again the clock chimes and the
review i over and a3 I step between
two .supercilious doormen In knee
(breeches I try' to display a little of
that characteristic whieht Revine
assures me is the birthright Of every
American woman poiso.
Polka-dots blossom profusely on
some of the newest handkerchiefs,
Ited ones are apt to appear on an
orange background and purple ones
on green. Very tiny glove hanker
chiefs are shown this year. They
are tucked into the tiny velvet brace
lets worn about the wrists.
FOLOKi:i) IUUDAIi FKOCKS.
In Kngland there Is a tendency to
introduce colors Into the bridal
gown. Mauve, pink and other deli
cate shades of satin have been used
instead of the time-honored white.
The fa.shion has made no headway
in America or France.
A youthful gown of brown crepe
do chine is trimmed with white or
gandie, heavily embroiderc-d In
Chinese, designs in brawn silk.
Chinese embroidery Is peon on many
of tho smartest costumes this season.
In flight, thewlngs of a Fparrow
c milo at the pace of a snail.
r i:-& J ' Ukv -'i W. V- ''fi' v h
Vi f r'; '-eV 71 k I Jv-. ikt' V -
'k ; v r;- Vt kiv i'ij
, v .ak;,V' . . JTz f. & -:k? : ,;: .,
in my honor I wa gue.-
lowcraft club at ;i dinner given to gett
ab. ait ."'" of Mr. Ttyerson'.s Iriervls."
she said. "Mr. livers on introiu --d
me as Iiis daughter to thoe present.
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of w h :t f r -b-a
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Sound travts at thrt rat'" c!
f o et a seen
We Wish All Our Friends and Patrons
Iru Ailru y
You Have Favored Us With the Greatest
Years Business in Our History
WATCH FOR BIGGER AND
GREATER 1923 GRAND LEADER
TU A M
I j ? There's a Big Surprise in Store for You?
For 6ervite and general utility
wear, nothing surpasses the rac
coon or muskrat topcoat, with
roomy sieeves and collar that hugs
Sucii a eo it Is the Now York so
ciety girl, Margaret V. Powers'
choice for morning shopping tours.
Jier teiee.ion in millinery is ai
rather large tricotine with jl ribbon
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n " n
ct ; .nig. on
that br-ak the
I : .'Ii t t.f p!"1
:'! ave! 1
line an-i take away
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'Mirg all the
:.n o t !
a v e r v
MRS HMOTT BI'EIj
color oi in a figured pattern tliat will i
draw attention to It. own beauty j
and keep one's eyes away from the !
I adly designed chair?. j
"In a room wit ere much figuro-l :
material is being used ar. 1 wb.ere .
are many co'orful objects to
i'-ed. the wall should b oi
rj per .er.c
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ARE YOU SICK?
If yen cr- a suffer r !. n t delay but C.M.I. 1 Ott I KIIK IkXAMIN'A-
HON AM) AFVK F. We off r yo a the bene;!! of our thirty years' ex-
i sjrty i f ijiin.er s cf men ar. d women.
tra::rg Indigestion, constipaiton. head.iche and r.erv-
r us trout t b i!m.ttim. .ivi-r. v.dney and bladder diseases, etc.. Is
due not ecly t-- ur u::de-r.tar..lir.g cf the causes and treatment of dis-
ca-3. but tc t;p- ; : scnai ;nt r- t taken in each case which is as con
scic ntiour.lv .br." .is :f the p.it:nt w er- a member of our own "family.
ler, 1, i: -p.iipped t itle s including the most moJern electro
a pphar.i. c
and ntach'.nery, sejarate and sanitary treating
ter . latent and best proven serums, vaccinas and in
.e..s in th use of whi h we have a very broad exnerl-
We have s; 1
H travi r.ous i t
Der.r. WM SIM I i 1 .11 1 IN TI1IT Tltl'AT.M IINT OF ACFTIl AND
H( IIKOMC Vr.MllIi: AI-, III.OOD AND SKIN DISF.ASFS. We admin
ister the weil-known SALVAIISAN AND N FO-AIA"AKSAN. known as
C''0 and 014 whiv.li we Jo without interfering with the patient's work,
ami sh.vir.g aln . st immediate results. Olli lliliS AUF WITH IN
ANYONirs FJ:AFM. Femembor iha FXA.MINATION AND C)Nsl'L-
H T ATI ON A III: l'ltlli: AND CXN II lUlXTIAL. Why not call before It Is
t o late? If you da n:t decide to take treatment, we will be glad to
l' DRsfpORTER & D00L1TTLE, SPECIALISTS
ios sdi t.'I mich k; w sr.. sonn iii:nd. ini.
Office In.ur?. nr from 9 a. m. ! K I. in. dally. Sundajs untl holhlajs
from ft to 12 noon.
ri in i a
m Ltr .
o On Savings
All amounts large or small plac
ed with us between now and
January 10th, will draw 5
from Jan. 1st. and compound
quarterly. Start a savings ac
count for some member of your
family this week. Ask for a 5
savings account at outh side
Savings and Loan
122-124 North Mam St.
South Bend, Ind.
Let's Make Friends and Be
Then 1923 Will Be
Happy Mew Yeai1
PEOPLE like a friendly store that's why
bur store was crowded during the holi
days. We meet our customers as friends and try to
merit their friendship by giving real values for
We are one store in a national organization
with stores in many other cities. Our buying
power makes it possible for us to sell standcird
goods' at the lowest possible prices.
Credit is extended with no added charges
it's just an added inducement to be more
Krauss wants your business every day of the
k V i
Have your youngsters enough color in their
cheeks? Good food is the most important thing
to make them vigorous and robust. Medicine
won't do it.
Wholesome whole wheat bread contains all
the best food elements that nature put into the
outer coat of the wheat. Purina Whole Wheat
Bread is both nourishing and appetizing. Chil
dren like it.
MATHEWS - KRAUSS BAKING CO.
Bakers of Gran'ma's Bread
Main 520 402 West Marion St. Lincoln 5520
?EE3 THAT SA
S20-AS LOW ÄS-
f- ' ' Tl I
i)i ' P
Jl. 000.00 for his IUflrfH
.ire r.or than ias9-l
or.. V." have bul'.t
fik oari r f .. t as
: WATCH GS
Palace Theater Building
Or. patient iys h wo;
IMatr, rr?.id hy Hi:nIr'Ls ! others
wit'.i our work. Oar desire Is to id'-a. !Vry
:p a. womlrful lu!r.s-s an i w propose t
to mrit the cor. Vint: 1 ? fl '-vkl of o :r I .i'.:-r.t.J.
' .7e kalize In Jioolhu-H IMat, v. rn.ak- ak. othrr
P'att.i as w-n, Inclu l:r. kt.t (iohl ar.'l Aluminum I'laNs.
niake Culiioii Plates for
e also j
Our Jaboratory is, thoro'jtrhly eulppvd for quick repair of broken
teth, r-sttir. oM pkat. -tc.
A ar?'! stock, o: rlru-rit ar.-i otnr
wirk, w .peeializy In p!at work ar.d !r vit
C3J. If you are not .j.k:i?t;i with th j latrs y
we w:I! !;t your mr.uth v.dth our p'.üt-.s cn an nbslu!
satisfaction r no rhaw.
TEETH REMOVED WITHOUT PAIN
a.ci teth to choee
x r t. . '. v 1 1 ; i '. i '.
u ir" r. v.- Aar:n,
' ; irar.'.ee i
.O'jsin-'s of o
;k can testify to cur ; i!r.',-s ar.
nir.n r.itADi: 0:07 and
m 1 1 1 . 1 ; woiti; as i)v as
X-Ilay Work at MlTat4 Pri-s
RB TAYLOR, Manager
S02 S. MICHIGAN" ST. OVI'.It STAK STOltH
lr:ilnl Nure in AtUmlaiKf
Idruidn f)KI2 South Pnd. Indt.ma.
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