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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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FORGET SELF:. GRACE AND CHARM WILL .BE
YOURS LESSONFROMIRENE HOUGH'S BEAUTY
4yp"e of grace. Some of our Ttloet
nsttlfaht publicxwomen, have learned
to" even he energetic gracefully and
thfey have a certain fine grace of
their own, but the grace that apfieals
l-with-the charm of womanlineg?and
sweetness, is the gentle, yielding
grc!e the unaffected grace ofthe
unsDdfled child, or the natural arace
cf a hvely kitten. J
J&iss Irene Hough, the most Beau-
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That "sweet attractive Kind' of
grace" extolled by poets is more7, to
be desired than queenly carnage or
militant "swagger," so the poets
and most women still think.
Each, type of beauty nas its- .own,
IttifuL telenhone sirl in Am p.rira.
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aJBO ue called the most graceful
American oris Her chiefest cM
is simple, unaffected grace. Whether
she. walks or dances, stands or -pits,
she is superlatively graceful as the
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