natica argues over iris's

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natica argues over iris's - in plain is the unusual robe" loose band of...
in plain is the unusual robe" loose band of sleeves principal yellow these stitch, charming hand French in a turquoise with combined of the many In some are so will be the autumn. which, after coloring, are inserted in house gowns of wool and silk with ri'ch effect. Mrs. Vanderbilt's Flowers. New Tork Press.--One of Mrs. Alfred Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt's most admirable admirable traits is her sincere love for flowers. flowers. Many women with every opportunity opportunity never think of wearing a flower flower and prefer by far the glint of the diamond. But not so Mrs. Alfred Winter and summer she is seldom without flowers. Nor does she wear s. small bouquet. She goes in for huge clusters and in the dead of winter she may be seen with masses of piuple violets. At Newport this summer her conservatories yield any number ol flowers, and at the Casino in the morning morning she wears new effects with great regularity. Wi1h a heliotrope gown the other day Mrs. Alfred wore five big purple flag lilies. They were fastened in her belt and she and Miss Natica Rives had a furious argument regarding regarding the name of the flowers. Mrs. Vanderbilt Vanderbilt called them "flags" and Miss Rives insisted that they were "irises. Then Harry Lehr came along and said they looked like geraniums. Whereupon Whereupon the Casino was convulsed with laughter. water half sieve vinegar pounds gar apples cncr few cheesecloth the Wa*h cut and jelly flannel, not The or the one juice sugar the the into desired glass remove glass. Pin and more down

Clipped from Ottumwa Daily Courier09 Sep 1903, WedPage 6

Ottumwa Daily Courier (Ottumwa, Iowa)09 Sep 1903, WedPage 6
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