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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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'MADE IN AMERICA" (OR U. S. A.) GOWNS
FAVORED BY ALICE JOYCE
Alice Joyce in a gown made ex
clusively from American-jnade ma
terials. "I prefer clothes made in Amer
ica," said Alice Joyce, who recently
appeared in the gown shown in the
above photograph, not only for pa
triotic reasons, but because they suit
me quite as well as the Paris prod
uct. You know, I am credited with
making most of my own clothes.
Well, I do and I insist upon materials
made this side of the pond."
Miss Joyce, who is the leading
woman of the Kalem company, is
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