The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 163, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 9, 1921 Page: 3 of 6
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MRS. STILLMAN SMILES, HER HUSBAND pfte v*
FROWNS WHEN SNAPPED IN COURT
Wnen Wets Staged Parade in N. Y.
WOMAN BECAUSE OF
HER BLOND HAIR
used to emphasise the marcher*' re-
sentment. One banne reads: “We
hold the 18th amendment to be un-
NOT YET 30 AND
TWEED HAT IS NEW
FOR SPORTS WEAR
is new-suit fad
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON.
..... .ON.;; *
IS MELLON’S AID
Wallace R. Farrington, publisher
of the Hodoiutn Star-Bulletin. has
been cfaoaeu forerntor of Hawaii to
succeed Charles 9/ McCarthy, the
present democratic.incumbent. Ft$r-
riogton, who is a natire of Maine,
ha* lived In Honolulu for nearly thtr-
ty years and wanone of the organis-
ers of the republican 'partyln tbs
islands when they were annexed to
the U. S. in 1*88.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. STILLM AN. PHOTOGRAPHED AFTER At-
TENDING RECENT HEARING AT POUGHKEEPSIE
James A. Stillman, whose effort s to get a divorce from his wife have
attracted nation-wide attention, frp wned when confronted by camermen
at Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. whither h*. w ent a few days ago to testify in the
Mrs. Stillman’s attitude tow ard the photographers was quite the
reverse, as, the photo shows.
OF ATLANTIC FLEET
LATEST PHOTO OF
HEAD OF TREASURY
SHE MAY BE
' NEW EMPLOYMENT
With the milliners giving us a
new lot of hats just about every half
hour, it is becoming a problem for
the slim-puraed woman to keep styl-
ishly hatted. The styles put forth in
S. PARKER GILBERT
Though he Is not yet thirty, S.
Parker Gilbert hah just been appoint-
ed assistant secretary of the treasury.
Tbta Is a newly created poet and the
under aecretf ry becomes the ranking
officer of the II., S. treasury neat to
last one a lifetime. First it was
banded sailors, then large garden
hats, then felts and now there' are
any number of new styles different
from any of these.
The newest mode to gain favor Is
the tweed hat for sports wear. It m
shown here In its effective simplicity.
Although conspicuous for Its lack of
trimming it is beautiful, nevertheless.
This model is a smart, close-fitting
style ornamented by a silk braided
band about ^he crown. It has a soft.
many buyers as
is s per-
wear and Is as cool and comfortable
the days grdw warmer. I
feet garment for Street
VICE ADMIRAL HILARY POL- Aeiuncw w. mlujin
LARD JONES., This photo of Andrew W. Mellon
■ millionaire banker who Is sec retan
Vice Admiral Hilary Pollard of the treasury, was'taken a'tew dayi
Jones, recently named commander or ago at the capital.1
the Atlantic fleet of the U. S. navy. ■“-‘ J--------
la shown above as he-'watched the Occasionally we are lulled int<
recent bombing test, conducted oy *he brtle* the *tateraent ‘'ther‘
.. \_ is a sucker born every minute'' ii
the government to prove the efflcten- not axIoluatic but ^ sbout tha
«y of bombing planes in battling sea tlme the first page of any newspa-
forces. I per proves that it la.
and appropriate f#r Wear at the races,
the country club or the.4*y of shop-
ping. Crepe, pdplin, rajah, pongee
and other fancy silks afe the most
used fabrics. White Is the most fash-
ionable color, but
Mellon. Gilbert Is
Rutgers college, >912, and of the
Harvard law school. 1915. During
FRANCIS R. JONES.
Francis R. ’Jones is the new direc-
tor general of the U. S. employment
service, succeeding John B. Dens-
more. 1 . • •
there are some
models seen In tan, brown, blue and
the ever popular Jade and tomato
The sleeveless COTt is the nearest
idea in silk suits for sumfaer wear
and this feature makes them all the
more desirable for hot < weatler.
Whlte tuasah silk fashions this suwr.
The skirt is pleated and the coat ta
one of the sieevelem models with a
narrow tie belt and -Abe" lower part
■ elaborately embroidered. . J
PICTURE WARNS CARELESS AUTOiSTS OF
CHANCES TAKEN AT RAILROAD CROSSINGS
,. SHOWS STATUES
SAVER ICE HILLS.
Select fairly thin dishes for use
in the Ice box, for thick dlst\ea take
np and hold heat. Diuhes of enamel-
ware or glass are better than those
of heavy earthebware.
HE'S NEW GENERAL , ‘
. COUNSEL FOR U.S.
DE VALERA, GRIFFITH AND BOLAND
V are “BIG THREE’’ OF SINN FEINNERS
■ii ■■■■ .’
J. F. MORGAN
This photograph of J. Pierpont
Morgan, noted financier, son of the
one and ouiyJ._Pterpont Morgan,
waa recently caught by the'camera-
man when he attended the E&rvard
commencement exercises. Mr. Mor-
gan received his B. A, degree from
Harvard In 1889.
ABOVE. EAMONN DE VALERA
(LEFT) AND HARRY BOLAND.
BELOW, ARTHUR GRIFFITH. -
Earnonn de Valera, president* Ar-
thur Griffith, vice president, and Har-
ry Boland, “ambaasador" to the Unit-
ed States, are the three outstanding
officials of the so-called Irish repub-
lic. As they will play a lealing part
In the pending peace negotiations be-
tween the Sinn Fein organisation and
the British government. Griffith is
now la a British prison aid * Boland
has been on the -Britlah “wasted” list
tor the past two yssrs.
COPY OF WARNINO SENT BY
THROUGH ITS SAFETY FIRST DEPARTMENT. •
Because of the astounding Increase of automobile accidents at raft-
roal crossings thla year the ePnnsyivanla railroad, through Its safety
A rat department, Is making a special effort to curb these usually fatal
accidents. Thiongbout the entire Pennsylvania system observers are
on the lookout at crossings for careless motorists who persist In taking
chances. They take the number of the automobile and in a day or so
Mr. Motorist receives through the m ail’ one of the shove postcards. It
Is a gentle reminder and warning w hlch he Is not apt to forget, and by
RENOVATING CREPE VKIIA.
Old crape veils can he made al-
most like new by holding in both
hands and pairing them nevernl
tlmen through the Meant from a tea-
kettle Spout. ■ , -|
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Hicks, Robert E. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 163, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 9, 1921, newspaper, July 9, 1921; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571349/m1/3/: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.