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I h e c n s t i i i l U i i l i i t o h c u i H j ihls n lielt mid h i n I !,," vt t h e b i m e i c l i c l lb of i \ 1 llll 1 IS ^ L n l o SHOES IMPORTANT WARDROBE ITEMS Ilfrn Is T l i t t l e ^n le d l s - c r t i U o n w ( Bh.ill i;o I n t o fell llrst shoes liiln^ n= Iraporl-nt o^ nro Him In tin 1 r n h r r wnrdrobe RJK ul uinkes a sort of snnl il p u m p In broun kid a n d Mirk p i t c u l l e i t l u r Thpre Is n swir)cy n i o i e m i n t w i t h tlic p i t e n l Icithtr In iju irter Iinlsli fetnpi^ from t h e Instep of t l i c s h i p it ih · Tarno to tho omcr side h d w o i n ihe I n a t p p H n d t h e toe II ilf rnonns ire cut a r o u n d the side and t h r o u g h ihpse a narrow strip of leither Is I md In jnd out Iwne r lhe rest of the «hoi Is p o r f e i l h p l u m h r o u n k i l l for till heels- «lilrh h Ir hlick iHtinL (·rico h is i nlw ut out oxford In n n v ^ blue kid t h a t hiis no s i s t u m t l c nnsonin^* for Its motif In the from (here an two I f r i f like holpj, f n m i n i d lORtthcr w i t h o mefil p i n ubout nn elphtli of an Inch lone find n s K t u n t h M i d i I- rom this !; tTtended jnd h n i l K upplirjued to the toe of the bhoe nn u n e t e n l j cut strip of l o n l h e r In the shape of the leittr L. "MUDDY" PASTELS -- il I ' r, I t ,'i " s MS u l i MI i l l ll Ii s i s l s |i C ' ro h n 1 to p i \ r r i i i d I I H I 1 1 o i 'si uf 11 is i i s sli i],] U i m ii UP I. 1 h~ h M s s ii , 1 is nil His iii'l l ,, Ml", i I i l l 1 -ri it I o i K of i or i \i i ,'i i in lie n 1 ' v or In; i i pi 1 is j Ii | I I M r ti i-. n^ llu tin s IH i| 1-1 i ' til' t ' r i l I I I P I I I i l l i r ir n i l d I 1 o t i l . c« I ' Is ( n llu n in 1 "I si,i il t i h 1 I eii i n t" lln T P ' s s i s 1 s rr 1 ir n "' M or tl I n _ h t 1 Js 1 i s t n i u in ll 1-, ill im BRONZE AGE NOT ALTOGETHER ONE OF SAVAGERY ' l l n m i l / u i i f r ir - I I K I S ..is hi i r h n r r o n t d I u 1 ' 0 i ' n s 1 n n i i I I li s s| V,, n, 1 i l i ,s ,f II"!!' rs ii i l i i] u i i n r n i sh rs li r li r i s n I r, ., I U 1! IS 11 1 I I . 1 " ll IV H i t III s ri , i i 1. I In i i \ ii rn i n ("I . 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Measure to suit our individual needs lo the drop f_-^j 3. Ban.sh Dowel Fat.guc and the laxative habit MM i l n t r i l l n i s d it i - fr n tin I'n n i _ ''Hi Hi in "s"t 1 sll s, n sin M Hi it l i r u l i s i r h i m i M \ in I tin il II, -i t 1 i ^ s r r imisir \ n 1 M i w n 1 IN 's M Us i r J i ) I ( 'Hi s is Hi, s i n ii i t f I ' I r N i l i 1 n. i M , 1 ' d'n i (I ili -i t is n j , r.i I II ll n -I I _· I U Ir I'"'' ||s| ] III I ' s M l d l - l l I l M V s ] pi r III h in' 'nil* Loveliest of Footwear Is Fashioned of Gold Kid Nobody Eeeras to be talking anvthlDg but gold these dnvs--and ns was to be cipccted, fashion follows rlnlit Ihronsh with economics \Ve have pold sequin trlmmlDcs for e % e n l n g powns cold lame collars for n f t i r n o o n d r ' s c m and Roll] kid rtiulia for wear w h e n there s a spare hour to relax at home ^ijnie. of the loveliest footwear In the \o\.nx Inp footwear dopirtmentg thli soiscn Is done In jtold kid nnd It r c i c h e s the belpht of luxurj w h e n It Is t n r n r r p l Tijlh s l h i r kkl bands nnd l i n i n g s There are also I n t e r f i l i n g colored kid boudoir slippers to match or contrast T^Hh d i f f e r e n t negligees. These lltt'e melul kid DOrsiys or mules are being shown bv the shops this season In the most tailored styles or fashions dressy enough to ault the flnfDut taste Old N B W Colon Colors of the old Code; prints, Fiich as old pluks. cocoa brown and violet, are eeo In some of the DCW evcnlns fOWDl. ci ll l n 1 r i l i ts 111 rnr il 1 r i i / 1 ' i n s ir f . u n l lun,' l o ^ i l l i i i i 1 11 I n n i \ i i n l i i ' ' I sh u Hi it tu li nis u \ i s in i n i H n i l l i h i n n n i / r 1 In ( I ' I i r md Hi i t Mn i in re s|, |iul m d i n - n nl c u r i i s ·- ih it ll i m o li' rn 1.1 mi 1,1 | 1 I I "s s( l u l l i n g hi 1 k ' "-ll "'I' r r l' ..ill r fi ni l ' l ,\ ri n j i d r i l l Hi' ird ' I ' - i s f , issini i Ih it tin h ,ri s 11 i n lisul f u r r i l ^ ' M l s r i U s is u i I I is d i i r l i u I n l i ' i s I K horn l l ' . m r s i i ' ' f t ' n I' u i n d In 1'it muni n us I r n / i i ^ ' r r t k c i n i n ^ s I n M i M l ' i i «!.'re p r I n s i r r i t ( i i l i s l s tried tu Illvistn!" snci il mil n i l . oils l l f , in Dii.hli I n u s r I h u m in I n u r e s J i o c u r N i ' i l n n r i m I'.'-iiiiii"- I h i t mm ' f l.ii i n r l ' i ' l l ' i i s Viic'l sh f n i k s. n,s 11111 i n r e t h ' i r cru- n h i i L .0 H i I5n n P i-f iriil n'Ms T i n t HIP A i ^ i n - s it l i t e r l n i ' S H i r e k n o i n t o s n i ^ f l u i i s J i In rl , -ire ll _ I I K I I I S I J J l i n t ] t' ,' l l i ( r 1 i inl.ll s ( f i f p i i U rn df rn l i ' k i n . 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