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

Holden, Katherine Vaughan
The new summer shirtwaists for girls,   p. 48 PDF (711.6 KB)


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The Ladies' Home Journal for June 19 03
Send for Samples
OF SUMMER
'I or ColcrC ift2
Wash Goods
FACTORY to the
CONSUMER
usines" is done
.1, ir,  u; a  .1l Ni
Sfor ou the large
Iat required to run a
a store and can ther-
offer you the berst
ality of goods at
Wholesale Prices
AmnIg our samples you
art sure to find somnethng
iffrent from what %our
The lage number of sain-
a     etertp to examine at your leisure.
Illustrated Books -Sent PREE
7.z  a u- a n  derwear mulin and twhir,
,j_.j.Kngstyles as-ellas original,
peinethat cu.tmershave ttined
h~aise throourb this aanner o uyng.
.e letter, oforalo t/grm
t        S!ref c.*ar Ent-s _  I  an
% AY STATE MA' FA:TURING CO.
Danish Cloth
Half woo ad hal cotton, w-en with
a popin coed Foryootrs awll-k.o.
Soinmsr Dres Goods sad Waisune
1\fiOMEN in many' of the lna'--'<
and towns all over the couitr%   e
b acustomed to buy at the begin ii
i season whole pieces, and wheii
a     by one of the largest retailers of the
1 :trywhy they always ordered Danish
C   i have unanimonsly replied- -Ie-
it washes so well and makes such
ICod dresses for summer."
Made in both 22 and 36 inch widths.
LADIES!
It's in the TRIANGLE
It  Ithe'I   xf .
PEET BPOTHEPS, P.."
NEW COLLARS-10c
aBihp      I.r    en
Tb     oGr           'm  o  ar
aldaT ro,,.ert o.rwitrtffsternat h,
- Rosedaesign. Al stamped on Linen 10c.
WALTER P. WEBBER, Lynn, Mass., Box L
The New Summer Shirtwaists for Girls
DESIGNED AND DRAWN ESPECIALLY FOR THE JOURNAL
By Katherine Vaughan Holden
"ONYX"
HOSIERY
AND HOW
TO GET IT
We present below
a few leading
numbers of
''Onyx''
f      hosiery, with
their   retail
prices. They
may be pro-
cured    any-
where.
FOR CHILDREN
51 S-KXisses' 1xl Rib "Onyx" Lisle Hose,
sizes 5 to 9.. 25 cts.
172 B-Boys' Cotton Hose. 1x. and 2/1 Rib,
sizes 6 to 10. 25 cts.
FOR WOMEN
196/8-Women's     Onyx- Gauze Cotton Hose.
double sole, high spliced heel. 25 cts.
123 K-Women's "Onyx" Gauze Lisle. 35cts.
3 for $1.00.
E602-A very fuie and elastic Gauze Lisle
Hose   Onyx." 50 ets.
B 241-"Onyx- Black *Lace all over" Lisle
Hose, assorted patterns. 50 ets.
814 K- "Onyx" Black "Lace Instep" Lisle
Hose, assorted patterns. 50 cts.
FOR MEN
50/ 8-" Onyx" Black Lisle Half Hose, high
spliced heel, with double soles. 25 ets.
65K-"Onyx." black and colored cotton, me-
dium weight very durable. with double sole
and high spliced heel. 25 cts.
E 310- "Onyx. black or colored Lisle, made
throughout with 4 threads. with six-thread
heel and toe. high spliced heel and double sole.
Very durable, and endorsed by leading Ken's
Furnishers. 50 cts. per pair.
If your local merchant does not carr
these lines, write to us direct, and we will
notify you where to procure       them.    We
.uatrantee   ever  ipair -f ''Onx ' hose
LORD & TAYLOR
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A SUMMER EVENING BLC
FOR this dressy little blouse at
yards of sheer Swiss must
tucked, is required. The orn
tion it made by iecing  n
1/
/
K
Ii.
OUSE
bout to
in, tirne
ament
,of th
)ur
ly
he
FOR A JUNE AFTERNOON
T HIS bloue ilt require about four yards and a half
of I inen, Over the stitched double box-plaits and
the tops of t he sl eeves are incrusted me:dalilons of
heavy Cluny lace.
OF N
on stmae by pecing one of h
heavy laces. The quantity required                                                                                           THIS
dependsupon the design.                                                                                                      T. rep
with a
Two y
will b
depena
sign.
oro
FOR THE HOUSE
l5 rn-iel may be reprouedi
heetorbatiste,withayoke
of lace. Two yards of wide net or
threeof batiste will be needed. The
undersleeves are finished with lace
cuffs and the waist with insertion.
F TiH
FOR THE SEASHORE
T RE yards of linen
*crash willibe needed
for developing this de-
sign. The trimming is
Renaissance braid with
spiders in the squares
and large French knots
elsewhere.
NET AND LACE
design should be
produced in net
ppliqubs of lace.
iards of wide width
e requiied. The
tof lace needed
ds upon the de
TO WEAR ON WARM AFTERNOONS
T HIS cool-looling design would be pretty if
made of mull or Swiss muslin, finely tucked.
Three yards of mull and about seven yards of lace
would be required.
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MADE OF COLORED LINEN
THIS model would be attract-
ive reproduced in pale blue
or pink linen, with a yoke of
guipure, unined, it will take
three yards and a half of linen
and halt a yard of guipure.


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