AMUSEMENTS FOR ASCOT
(Provided for the better sex)
After taking infinite trouble to secure a dream of a dress, to wait expectantly to see whether it will rain or keep up.
After arriving on the course to find one's only duchess monopolised by the Buckingham-Browns, to dismay of all semi-outsiders.
Between the races to notice one's hated rivals in the sacred enclosure, to which one has no admittance.
And—perhaps safest of all—to leave the doubts and fears, the heart-burnings and disappointment of the meeting to others, and to learn all about Ascot by reading the papers.