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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 08, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 12

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FLUFFY" RUFFLES FOR WARM
WEATHER FROCKS
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gowns is made of dull-green silk
crepon.
About the narrow, straight skirt a
ruffle is set about six .inches from
the bottom in front, and raises at the
sides, to allow another ruffle across
the side breadths. Just below the
hips three narrow ruffles are put on,
in scallops, and the bodice is cut with
a surplice cape, bordered with three
narrow ruffles.
The upper part of the bodice is of
white organdie.
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"VOTES FOR WOMEN" SCHOOL'
FOR WISCONSIN
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AliceB
CurhiJ,
Madison, Wis. The women of
Wisconsin, young women, old wo
men, new women are going to school
to learn just why women should have
the vote. Miss Alice B. Curtis of the
Wisconsin State Suffrage Associa
tion is arranging for a "Votes for
Women" school to be held here from
June 18-25. The teachers will include
some of the most prominent suffrag
ists in the country, and it is expected .
that the "school" will attract hun-'
One of the prettiest of "''afternoon. 1 dreds of pupils.-
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