MISS BILLIE BURKE DEFENDS THE CORSET
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By Billie Burke.
"Oh! Oh, my!" I never had
any idea that men thought so
much about the way women
dressed until I began to get these
letters on "what kind of a girl to
marry." One man says :
Girls would look
DRE55TD IN "F1C LEAVES.
"I understand from what you
have said about 'clothes bespeak
ing the man' that many innocent
persons are annually 'stung.'
Clothes are very necessary and
desirable things, of course, but as
an indicator of the persons wear-
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