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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1913, Image 15

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AN EVERY-DAY DRESS MME. CECILE DILLON
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I am showing you my one" Work
dress, which would make a fine after
noon costume for anyone. It is, of
very dark blue serge. The skirl is
narrow and plain. Over it is a 'tunic
which does not confine the -waistline,
at all From the points at the Bide
heavy black satin is draped -into jk
flat bow in the back. Undershirt and
sleeves as well as the pleated collar7
are of net.
This gown is a modification of a
design by Paquin.
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With an electric motor on a sew
ing machine, it. has been estimated,
that 30,000 stitches can be made for
one cent
, THE BY-PRODUCTS
There's as much nourishment in a
pint av peanuts as in two pounds av
thot steak. I
But there's no graVy, an' nothln'
for th' cat, an' .no has,h the nlxt day!
-r-Judge. - '
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