"Much as has been written about the Arabs and their wild life upon tne North African plains, descriptions have been, as a rule, confined mostly to the men and how the woman of the desert lives, moves and has her being has been left largely to the imagination. So it came that the Bedouin women, at the Columbian Exposition, were looked upon with a good deal of curiosity and were found to be by no means uninteresting creatures. They were quite as intelligent as their lords, were by no means bad-looking and manifested the utmost good nature in their strange surroundings, enjoying the trip to a far land immensely. The illustration shows the garb they wore, Fettome the woman appearing in the picture, being quite a leader in her set"" in the encampment. The almost universal oriental taste for jewelry is shown by the Arab women"