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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 03, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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SHE'S NEW "FIRST LADY" OF NEW JERSEY
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Mrs. James Fielder, wife of the Governor of New Jersey, succeeds Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson as "first lady" of the state of New Jersey. Mrs. Fielder is
"a woman who iff famed for always being well dressed. The gown which is
here pictured is of white tulle embroidered in fine white pearl beajds. It is
made very simple, as are all Mrs. Fielder's clothes. The pansies and lillies of
the valley are the only-bits of color about this frock and wfth jt Mrs. Fielder
wears no jewels except a cord band bracelet studded with amethysts.
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Wives of Plona, Switzerland Keep,
nights by .running a saloon, of their
their husbands from, running around J xiwn,
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