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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 05, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 13

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GOWNSOF GRANDMOTHER'S DAY REAPPEAR
IN MODISH GUISE FOR MODERN GIRLS .
T BY MAYBELLE MORTIMER.
If your grandmother is alive, she
probably will tell you that your new
costume, which you conclude is the
last thing in up-to-date fashion, is
very much like one her mother wore
in 1830.
You will find the .truth of this by
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comparing the pictured designs which
were sent out from the Paris house oi
Peremet the other day.
The black taffeta has ruffles, faced
with white, clear up to the waist, and
the jacket, with its darts, which make
it set into-the figure, has the "old
timey" appearance one sees in En-
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