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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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ROSE PETAL LIPS IS FASHION'S, NEWEST FAD
ON PACIFIC COAST
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Miss Margie Wilson.
Los Angeles. Real "rose petal"
lips are feminists' latest fad in Los
Angeles.
Miss Margie "Wilson, a pretty Los
Angeles girl, is the originator of this
novelty.
The petals of a red, red rose are
first cut into the shape of a "Cupid's
bow." With the aid of a lip stick the
rose petal lips are applied to the real
lips.
If the petals which form the upper
half of the "Cupid's bow" are applied
in two parts the wearer may talk and
smile without fear of losing the
petals.
Miss Wilson introduced the "rose
petal lips" at a recent social affair,
.with the result that the -fad -has be-.
come instantly popular with the
younger set of Los Angeles.
CHERRY SHERBET
Wash and stone 1 quart of sour
cherries. Boil 2 cups of sugar with
1 quart of water; when slightly cool
add the cherries and stir thoroughly.
Press through fruit sieve and freeze.
If sweet cherries are used 1 cup of
sugar will be sufficient and add the
juice of 1 lemon.
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INEFFICIENT
Mr. Botts I think, my dear, I have
at last found the key to success
Mrs Botts Well, just as like as
not-you'lUnot beable to find the key-
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