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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 07, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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the mansion he had dreamed of
porches, hedges, swings, tennis court
all ready for the children. Money
had done -wonders in the way of
speedy construction.
""It is your home yours!" spoke
Amie, "and enougETbehind it to make
your last years the best years of
your life."
He could scarcely comprehend it
all. He could not realize the deep
love and devotion of this peerless
friend, who had devoted her life to
reward him for all he had done for
her.
The days went by, the children
came, then Alton. Amie lingered.
She was waiting waiting for the
man she had worshiped for over two
years to tell her that she was to him
the one star in his firmament of love!
WHEN NOT TO TAKEBABY OUT
When the weather is excessively
hot or cold.
When there is a storm in progress.
When a high wind is blowing quan
tities of dust about
At these times it is best to give
baby his airing indoors or on a pro
tected porch.
For an indoor airing dress baby
just as if you were going to take him
outdoors. Then open the windows
wide and let him remain in the -fresh
air for some time. .
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I CHERRY SALAD
Stone large, ripe cherries and as
the stones are removed fill space
wjth filbert or pecan meat Set on
ice; when ready to serve add as
much diced celery as cherries and
serve with French dressing.
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BRIDESMAID GOWN MAY DO FOR
DANCING SAYS BETTY BROWN
The bridesmaid who looks ahead
to the numerous dancing parties
she'll attend during the summer will
plan her bridesmaid's frock so that it
will do for a dance as well as a wed
ding. t I saw a very effective model the
other day a Fashion Art League of
America design, by the way which
would serve this double purpose. The
new shade of gaslight green was
used in chiffon and taffeta with a
waist of white tulle with the green
underneath forming two- points in
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front The girdle was of green taf
feta. The skirt was made in baggy
Zouave style over a plain underskirt,
quite short and finished with scal
lops. The rope of irridescent beads
fell from the waist and was caught
at the edge of the overskirt with a
rose ornament x,

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