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The ladies' home journal
Vol. XX, No. 7 (June, 1903)

Ralston, Mrs.
The white dress for girls,   p. 47 PDF (1.1 MB)


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The White Dress for Girls
Original Designs by
Mrs. Ralston
DRAWING
BY HENRY HUTT
$500.00 Reward
First reward,  roo- o  Fifth reward,  $0o
Second reward, 75-oo Sixth rewarJ, z15o
Third reward,  S0.0  Seventh reward, io.oo
Fourth reward,  25.00 Eighth reward,  S.oo
Ninth reward $200, divided into 50 prizes of $4.00 each.
The above amounts will be given to the 58
ladies who will tell us-in thirty words or less
-the best reasons why Anthe-ea all-silk dress
lining is superior to any other silk that sells for
anything like its little price of 58 cents a yard.
SIMPLY DO THIS:
Write to the best Dry Goods Store in your
locality and procure some Antherra all-silk lin-
ing.  If the first store you write to does not keep
it, try others. A sample of same, with the name
of the dealer who sent it to you, must be mailed
to us with your "thirty words or less."  Con-
test closes September ist. Prizes will be awarded
October 26th and will be sent you by the dealer
from whom you got your sample of Antherea.
We personally guarantee the payments of the
above amounts to the 58 successful ladies whose
names will appear in the November issue of this
publication.
Do not put off sending your " thirty words or
less" with sample of Antherea lining silk to
DUNCAN & STENZ, 466 Broome Street, New York.
The Queen of Dress
Fabrics
MAY be seen from the accompanying illu
for girls are things of frills and laces,
equally to skirts and bodices. The shou
the skirts full, and lace is the trimming
increase the drooping width across the should
without a broken line between the yokes ani
trimmings are added at the shoulder seams oft
effect, in each case, being that of a deep collar.
Shirrings, cordings and gagings are very mu.
of thin materials. These styles of trimmings
The bodice of the summer dress is, in almost
with a half lining, the yoke and sleeves being le'
The belts or girdles worn with summer dress
dress or of soft satin ribbon in Dresden or Pom
w
stration, the new summer dresse
this method of trimming applyin
lders are drooping, the sleeves big
g par excellence. To still furthi
ers the trimmings are carried ot
id the caps of the sleeves, or th
the yokes in fanciful berthas, thi
ch used on all the summer dress
are revivals of old fashions.
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ft transparent or semi-transparen
ses are made of the material of ti
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LANSDOWNE
Ask for the Genuine and
Insist
Onl seeing the perforation
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Every three yards on the Selvedge
SHIRT WAIST DESIGNS
A  warm;   irn   traiifer-  th  design  t any  miiiterial.
On receit of  ti Cellnt  I  lend  our  t- it(atalogue
a l a  itt set, grype -deign, free of charge.
JOSEPH WALKER, Box J 3, Irvington, N. J.
7"An Exquisite Q
Toilet Necessity"
The World's Beauties ;ire eier1.iincd
for their lovely comiplemion.   I \ry
wmain  mii possess this ch irm ibythe
U ,e Of
Lablache Face Powder
It soothes, fres'hens, clears,  u uti-
fies.  Preserves a tine conplexion,i e-
stores a faded one.  Lelightful toi ie.
MISS BLANCHE BATES
The fascinating actress, writes:
"I have found it delightful."
MISS LEONORA BRADLEY
Castle Sq. Theatre Stock Co., writes:
"I find your Lablache Powder
simply beifect for both streel and
stage use."
MISS BEATRICE LIEB
Of " Foxy GrandpaI" Co., writes:
"I am thoroughly familiar wi/h
the superior quality of 'Lablache
Powder,' have used no other for
a number of years."
Lablache 'owder
Is endorsed I socict and profe-ssional
ladies all over the world.  It has no
equal.  Beware of dangerous counter-
feits or substitutes.  The genuine bears
the signature of " Ben. Levy" in red ink
across the label of the box.
Flesh, White, Pink, Cream Tints
50 ds. Bo
of all druggists or by mail
BEN. LEVY & CO., French Perfumers
125 Kingston St., Boston, Mass.
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