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8647-GIRL'S DRESS.

A Smart Dress for Wash or
Fabrics.

A smart little frock is here portrayed. The yoke may be omitted. The fronts and back have box plaits over the shoulder, while groups of tucks hold the fulness at the center. In white linen and stitching for a finish, or of lawn with the box plaits of insertion, this model will be very effective. The pattern is cut in four sizes: 2, 4, 6 and 8 years. It requires 3 yards of 36inch material for the 6 year size.

A pattern of this illustration mailed to any address on receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps.

8692-DRESS TO BE WORN WITH OR WITHOUT A GUIMP. ARRANGED FOR DEEP OR SHALLOW YOKE

Woolen

OUTLINE.

A Most Attractive Dress.

White linen was used for this model with embroidery in self color. Flouncing and bands of embroidery or insertion would also be very appropriate for this model. The dress may be made in straight or fancy outline and worn with or without a guimpe. Pattern cut in four sizes, 4, 6, 8 and 10 years, and requires 3 3-8 yards of 24 inch material for the 8 year size.

Pattern of this illustration mailed to any address upon receipt of ten cents, in silver or stamps.

8849 A COMFORTABLE AND NATTY SUIT FOR THE BOY. Boy's Russian Suit With Knickerbockers.

A patent leather belt will add a smart touch to this design, which is suitable for serge, cheviot, homespun, velvet or corduroy. Wash fabrics, such as linen, galatea, or chambray are also appropriate. The double breasted effect of the front is especially neat, and the "Knickers" are of the prevailing popular style. The pattern is cut in three sizes: 2, 4 and 6 years. It requires 2 7-8 yards of 44-inch material for the four year size.

8831

A pattern of this illustration mailed to any address upon receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps.

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A CHARMING UP-TO-DATE COSTUME FOR MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN.

This effective design will develop nicely in flannel, serge, cashmere, galatea, poplin, or prunella. It is composed of a blouse waist, having a sailor collar, and that may be worn with or without the shield. The gored skirt is topped by a peplum, joined to the belt, which may be made in either of two lenghts. The design is graceful and becoming to youthful figures. The blouse has the long shoulder and manish armseye finish. The bishop sleeve is finished

with a neat upturned cuff. This pattern is cut in three sizes: 14, 16 and 18 years. It requires 62 yards of 44 inch material for the 14 year size.

A pattern of this illustration mailed to any address on receipt of 10 cents, in silver or stamps.

8707-8715-8523-A CHARMING SEASONABLE GOWN.

Composed of Ladies Over Gown.

8715-Ladies skirt pattern; 8707-Ladies over-blouse; 8523-Ladies guimp pattern. Blue silk voile braided with soutache in self color, edged with Persian bands of embroidery were used for these models, with "all over" Lierre lace for the guimpe. The skirt pattern is cut in 5 sizes: 22, 24, 26. 28 and 30 inches waist measure. The over Blouse and guimp are cut in 6 sizes: 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 inches bust measure. It will require 7 1-4 yards of 36 inch material for the gown with 2-14 yards for the guimpe, for the 36 inch size. This illustration calls for three separate patterns which will be mailed to any address on receipt of 10 cents for each, in silver or stamps.

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FROCK.

Girl's French Dress with Panel Front. French dresses have always enjoyed great favor, and there is certainly no style more becoming to little girls. The design here shown is suitable for lawn, nainsook, batiste or flounching, and will look equally well in gingham, chambray, linen or woolen goods. The front forms a panel with tucks and the back also has a group of tucks at the centre. The body portions are lengthened by a flounce that may be plaited or gathered. The pattern is cut in 4 sizes: 3, 4, 6and 8 years. It requires two yards of 44-inch material for the four year size.

A pattern of this illustration mailed to any address on receipt of 10 cents in silver of stamps.

8835-A NEW AND PRACTICAL APRON. Ladies' One Piece Apron.

This model affords protection and covering to the dress and is comfortable and neat in appearance. It is fitted by a dart under the arms, and has ample pockets in front. The pattern is cut in three sizes: Small, Medium and Large. It requires 3 1-4 yords of 27-inch material for the Medium size.

A pattern of this illustration sent to any address on receipt of 10 cents in silver or stamps.

8521- A DAINTY MORNING JACKET. In this dainty model for a dressing sacque, the front, back and sleeve are cut

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