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DYoebs original in design and adapted Lu growing girls are hard to iiad even ut thi.s swison of the year, when nev gowns for childron ire so mtioh in evidence. The frock shown in the tion will interest all mothcrs who are planning their danghters' spring wardrobe. It is a little gown of tan and brown mottled cheviot, with the light color predominating. The gored skirt is trimmed with bands of green vervet, arranged in rows and caught to the material by gilt buckles. ïhe round waist is tight fitting, and buttons in the back. It ia trimmed like the skirt, with velvel straps canght with gilt buckles. The collar consists of a band of velvet fastened with a buckle, and another velvet strap joins the puff to the deep cnff of the sleeve. The gown is snitable foi a girl from 10 to 16, and the bodice is a pretty change from the conventional


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