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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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WHICH IS MORE BEAUTIFUL? TWO FACES
iTIHAT WON AT HIGH SOCIETY BEAUTY SHOW
Which would you chose? The pretty face on the right which is that
of Mrs; J. G. Maupin, posed as "The Duchess of Devonshire" after Gains
borough, or the soulfully "beautiful one on the right which is that of Miss
Jeannie Emmet in a pose after one of Grueze's famous paintings. Both
took part in the recent society beauty tableaux at Bar Harbor, Me., and
artists couldn't decide which is the most beautiful.
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH
New York, Sept. 8. While the
readers of the Day Book have been
debating the question of the age at
which woman reaches her greatest
beauty, belles of all ages and types
in the most exclusive circles of East
ern society have been holding a
beauty show -at Bar Harbor, "Me.,
where everything that is loveliest in
New York, Philadelphia and adjoin
ing cities has been on view for char
ity's sake.
Enthusiastic males, who viewed
these society Venuses say that never
before was so much loveliness gath
ered under one roof as at the series
of tableaux in Bar Harbor,
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