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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 08, 1911, Image 18

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WEAR FROCKS MADE r6m A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING S
, Simple Evening Gown of
Gray Embroidered -Chiffon.-
, "
biirk silk is at the waist, and the
Soft smoke colored gray. is be
coming if you are a blonde. An
exquisite dress in this color was
recently made. It was intended
for simple dinners. The founda
tion wvas gray taffeta silk, with
the ove'rskirt being of chiffon in
embroidered in the exact shade of
the chiffon. The yoke of the
blouse was of point de sprite and
a plastron of the embroidery out
lined the yoke. The edge of the
tunic was trimmed with gray
satin and the same fabric was
used as a belt.
ADVICE TO THE BRITISH
Isn't it possible that some of
the agonies of this troubled world
are due to lack of good, common
barnyard sense?
England is groaning about the
price of milk. It has gone up to
10 cents a quart, and eight cents
a quart for milk was almost a part
of the British constitution.
The largely increased' demand
for condensed milk and for milk
used in chocolate manufacture is
given as the chief cause of short
age in supply and consequent
boost in price. Without pretend
ing to any genius for philosophy
or statesmanship, one is. tempted .
to grasp a megaphone and yell
clear across the ocean to the
amazed and stupefied Britishers:
"Why in thunder don't you
keep more cows?"
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