Drake-Galbraith shower, with Robling 1913

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Drake-Galbraith shower, with Robling 1913 - Newest Fwhions SSW YORK. May 30. It wss to bs...
Newest Fwhions SSW YORK. May 30. It wss to bs expected that the abandoning abandoning of strict rules governing ths details of styls of cut. ornamentation, etc., in women's fashions would first icsa to aispisya of originality and eventually to absurd and sensational oxtremea. Kver aince the coming Into fashion of the hobble skirt things havs gons from bsd to worse and now ths point has) been reached when an exhibition exhibition of the latest models by the noted fashion designers ef Paris snd other fashion centers reminds one of nothing so much as fit an exhibition of Cubist "art." One of ths latest freak notions la ths aiitlon of the Japanese silhouette as Interpreted by the Western originators of fashions). Only a short, time sgo one or tn. neec Known importers OMS plsyed a modal which was so torn - pletsly Japanese that It caused thoa who ssw It to gasp with astonishment. Ths costume was In tha now taffeta. which is quit, unllk. ths old material. One occasionally asaa on ne strast a woman wearing a drear of change - abla taffeta, of ths kind tnax was popular popular a few seasons ago. It it excessively excessively brilliant of surface, while ths new weaves ef tha fabric havs a eurtous filmy sheen, almost Ilka tha soft bloom on a plum. v Ths Japanese apodal r.ferred to waa In light green taffeta. It had a sot. on hem ef the aama material and the regular "obi" or broad aaan wnien he Japanese woman wears arouna ner wain and ties In an Immense butterfly butterfly bow in the bevek. The material stood away from th. back of tha neok quit, stiffly. The only trimming trimming wss embroidery of preen and ailvsr grsy floss stlk ins Japanese gr - rangement of square. Naturally thla frankly Japanese coetum. Is another of the extremes that are constantly submitted to public Inspection. But fashion designers only too often In - tontlonally overshoot the mark which they moan "ball be their Anal aim. They know that the winds of popular prejudice and - the resistance of the average feminine conservatism will make these exaggerated flights land eventually at soma reasonable point Mooaic. Ths brlde - te - be wst the recipient recipient of many useful and beautiful gifts. Miss Drake Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.IIllam C. Drake, of Ml nooka avenue. Mr - Oalbratth hi assistant assistant mine foreman at tha Erie collier collier at Old Forge. Thoee preeent were: Eleanor Evini Mattle Brown. Christian - Hailstone, Mabel Singer, Jean Hastle, Kathryne French. Elisabeth Thomas. Lillian Hailstone, Helen Brown, Mabel French, Madeline Richmond. Richmond. Flosale Drake. ' Ruth Robling. Charlotte French and Vina Drake. Next Sunday morning Rev. Ernest Colwell will preach on the topic, "I Believe God;' and in the evening, "The Oldest Story in the World." The man of the Methodist church are getting the basement of the church ready (or the alterations te convert it into s Sunday school room. CONFESSES TO TIE MURDERS . MIB60ULA. Moat, May 10. A asries of .murders. Including the atsasslnstlon of General Thomas Francis Meagher, a governor of Mon - tono territory, were claimed" aa his ewn mladtede In a confession made by man known aa Pat Millar, who gave hla oorrect name aa Frank Diamond at tha town ot Flains on Tuesday, accord ing to information made public today. Diamond waa brought here last night and lodged in county Jail, pending an invettigation of hit self - assumed crimes. Murders that ha olslmed to have committed near the Dalles, Ore gon, nearly forty years ago. are not recorded In the official reglaters there and none ef the aid residents recall them. Diamond's confession wss made and algrred In ths pretence of three cltlssnt of Plaint. WOOSIC, MOOrJIC, May 10, Mi - a Abel Storms gave a variety shower Wednesday sventng In honor ef the s0PMacblng nuptials of ssies ami Drake and Thomas Oalbralth. both of BUSBHlin ALL OVER LAND Reviewing about every branch of business that figures In ths country's commercial life, discussing tariff, cur rency, labor, railroad activities, - bank clearances, imports and exports, the "Juno Butlness Forecast," aa issued by ths Union National bank of this city, says ths outlook for seontlnued prosperity Is as bright as It aver waa,

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  1. The Scranton Truth,
  2. 30 May 1913, Fri,
  3. Page 9

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