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The Spokane woman. [volume] (Spokane, Wash.) 1921-1935, September 05, 1929, Image 14

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Mrs. Lee Brooks
(Continued from page six)
And how its styles have changed!
“When those smart, compact trunks
which fitted so suugly on the rear ot
an automobile were introduced a few
vears ago they were considered a dis
tinet step forward, quite indicative ol
the present day. But it is only too
true that there is really nothing new
under the sun. Even the motor trunk
i but the modern and logical adapta
tion of an old convenience,” according
to Mrs. Brooks,
“If one could visit the Kssex insti
tute at Salem, Mass., one would find
there an ancient chaise trunk-—really
the grandfather of the motor trunk. It
was made by John Bott of Salem, to
he carried in one of the French
chaigses which were introduced into
America by the Huguenots some time
hefore 1700 -a conveyance which
later became the American bugg)
Made of wood, covered with leather
and nail studded, it is a much more
cumbersome affair than the shiny,
dust-proof trunks which to many are
as much a part of their automobile as
the cushioned seats”
In addition to the trunk, when one
i~ traveling by automobile, varions
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other kinds of luggage must come in
tor due consideration, Mrs. Brooks
fids, Of course the amount varies
with the length of the trip, the vari
ety of the climates traversed, and the
kinds of stops planned. If one is
camping out, a complete kitchen Kkit
will be required, and the dressing
case must be adequate for an unusu
ally large stock of cold creams and
toilet accessories. In either event,
Lowever, the clothes one wears on the
trip must not sacrifice style.
PParticularly important is correct
luggage to the feminine motorist who
iz stopping at hotels each night en
route. She herself may be dusty and
travel worn, but her luggage —as the
bellboys carry it into the hotel lobby,
can indicate without question the im
peccability of her social position. Her
hatbox, either the well-known round
kind or one of the new square boxes,
suitcase, her overnight bag-—all may
be of matching leather and shade, and
present an ensemble as smart as it is
indicative of her good taste,
On one point all agree—the modern
woman insists upon hand luggage that
i light weight, sturdy and smart. If
she is air-minded, she will select an
ensemble in the new featherweight
Hartmann air luggage. An excellent
compact clothes carrvier is fouad in
the “aerobe™ a wardrobe hatbox of
the square type. Aerobes are, of
course, selected for types of travel
other than air journeys, buat it is so
small, so light, and does carry dozens
of garments on hangers in snch an or
derly manner. It s enthasiasticay
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recommended for travel where ounces
count.
Both tue wardrobe hatbox and the
wardrobe suitcase, equipped with gar
ment hangers and various divided
compartments, hold an amazing
amount of apparel for the long or the
short trips. In fact, the modern hand
luggage of today accomplishes with
ease the conveniences of a miniature
wardrobe trunk.
Speaking of wardrobe trunks, the
latest type of auto wardrobe luggage
anchors on the running hoard and
keeps the tonneau free of bouncing.
sliding luggage—allowing occupants
case and comfort on the tour. The
‘tourobe” is recognized as the most
convenient and easily handled model
in wardrobe hand luggage. The five
hangers nicely hold three to five cos
tume changes plus accessories. Mod
13 are offered in two sizes and sev
eral striking color combinations,
“It ix amazing how easy one finds
it to travel with the full sized ward
robe trunk,” Mrs. Brooks safd. “Hart
mann Models of this yvear are strikinz
a 4 new note in combining imgenious
construction, convenience and swag
ger colors. There is swing and dash
to a popular new finish in a tan and
Frown canvas grained ducord, The
nse of regimental striping —intro
duced in this new trunk-—may be con.
tinued throughout the entire Inggage
ensemble if desired.”
Whether one travels afar or even
abroad, the perfect style note in lug
zage will be found reflected in the ob
servations. of Spokaine’s luggage styl
ist.
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