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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 01, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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The spring tailored suits show
consideablev'drapery, but, they
are still, .kept, narrow. ;ahoufc the.
bottom..
""Thei one jsHo wn" i& p'gia$ rat
ine, made with a box pleat down
the front under which nearjyafc
the-eet a tablier, which is fas
tened' to thewaisPat th'd, bTckjs
caught. The coat hasii loose bod
ice effect,, brought in at the waist
with a. tight-fitting short, hip
skirt, of the goods, wJiicji is but
toned down the front, with, four:
buttons of old copper-,
The collar and"cuffs' are of onoT--tled
copper crepe, de chine, and
the hat worn with It is, made- o a.,
bright shade of coppers trimmed
withjribbpn bows and wings, of a
duller shade of the same color. -
This gown is for" the thin girl
and the tall girl, JGiven youth and
very little, avoirdupois a gray
frock, made, in this way and worn
with a copper-colored hat makes
a striking combination on a-re'dr
haired, brown-eyed girl.- t.
, o o-c-T-,
. Pessimistic.
It was the first night of a new
play: "I say," remarked "the au
thor to thelmanager, "that scerie
shifter over there is a most peculiar-looking
felloy-" 'Y;es,.lie's
an Eskimo," said the manager;
"An Eskimo! What qn :earth
made you take him on?" "Oh,-1
thought, it would be a comfort t6
see one-happy face if the play,,
turns out to be a frost." .
o-o- 1 '.:
How Thoughtless of Hun.:
Diner Say, waiter, this.. steak!
is so tough I can't cut it.-. - Z
New Waiter Well, you don't
have to bend it all out iofcshap,
SomeprguVgoi. '

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