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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 01, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 14',
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MAatrt&e right front and the left front
of the slightly draped skirt. The low
cut bodies is an artistic arrangement
tgold threaded lace brought into a
tasiaped drapery at the right. From
ipery fausa broad strand of
sided lace finishStkwith a fringe
it steel and jet
the left is shown a charming
: for "party" wear made of white
taffeta with an odd little overskirt
made in double apron effect topping a
satin underspirt ruffled with white
chiffon, and the ruffles give the skirt
the flare effect which every skirt must
have this spring. The bodice is of
satin with scallops ruffled just below
the bust line and a wide girdle of
chiffon. The shoulder sleeves are also
MEN DON'T KNOW HOW TO MAKE LOVE," SAYS
LILIAN BELL TO ENGAGED GIRLS
im about to give away the secret
3,000 girls. I can do it in just one
le sentence of eight words.
ten do not know how to make
ow here is a queer thing and I
your attention to it not because
e a bit whether you agree witn
(me or not.
I Girls all know that what I have
ijust said is true, yet few of them will
be brave enough to admit it to any
j Nor to any other girl.
L But they will to ME!
LsFo admit it to a man would be
er to discourage a possible mat-
Pb admit it to any other girl would
.her the chance to raise her eye-
3rows and sav. "Have you had THAT
ifed luck? I haven't! (Which would
But to tell it to me is like the feel
of the kimono after the front laces
have been too tight.
Girls don't mind telling me things!
gat That's why I know so much about
-won them. And that's why I know how
",RJ men make love. The girls tell me.
ben j hno. Men seldom make good lov
fied ifcrg and men never make perfect lov
-ifffi - 1 1? never could understand why a
oe' man who plays a good game of whist
-fltf Should not know how to make love.
,fUiY There are so many points in common,
rred .you can play a game of whist so bad
ly jour .partner will think lovingly ojT.
murder, or you can play it with a
science which would make even
"Hoyle" respect you.
Now I am not a 'good whist player.
Ask anybody who ever played witfi
me and listen to what they say if
They will tell you that I can take
any number of tricks yet I am not
playing whist. I am jusx winning the
game that is all.
If my partner says, "Let's beat
'em!" we do. But it is like saying to
a cab driver, "You make that train."
We make the train and say nothing,
about taking off a wheel or two in
Now you must not think me either
stupid or blundering. I play with
magnificent effrontery, but somehow
effrontery is not the best qualification
for a whist player. I am too lucky
at holding cards and I play each one
to win. I am lavish with trumps,and
often lead them first hand round.
I have no skill in delicate moves,
in finesse, in subtlety. To tell the bru
tal truth, I PLAY MY OWN HAND.
Could any statement sound worse
to a whist player?
Yet my-m"annerjof playing whist is
the wajnhnfenien make love.
You don't understand me? You
.sa-y you DO know how? And you
point to a perfectly satisfied sweet-
heart or even a contented wife to
I never said you couldn't get married.
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