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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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blank to him through fourteen long
days and nights. Twenty-four hours
later they allowed him to ask a few
questions.
The piano? yes, he had delivered
it in time, but Lesbia, in tears at the
distressing results of fils-fiejlf-sacrific-'ing
hardihood, had refused to have
the party. Ah, listen the soft strains
of a familiar tune were wafted to the
ears of the convalescent "Annie
Laurie!"
And the favored suitor? Oh, Les-
-o-
bia had placed his photograph on top'
of the piano, and that had settled it
Was he strong enough to come
down into the parlor? Lesbia was so
anxious to see him. Yes, he would
go if it was his last step!
Paradise seemed unfolded as he en
tred the room. On top of the piano
was his picture, advancing towards
him was Lesbia herself, the next mo
ment sobbing with joy in his happy,
arms. ,
Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
JELLY-FISH THEY CALL IT, BUT WHAT'S IN A
NAME ANYWAY?
BY BETTY BROWN
They call it the "jelly-fish" hat, but
the new chapeau designed by the
Eashion Art League of America for
wear with dancing gowns deserves a
more poetic name for its extremely
pretty even if it has the Soppiness of
a lazy jelly fish. .
Black chantUly lace lightly wired,
and a half 'dozen yards of narrow
black velvet ribbon is all there is to
this "jelly-fish" hat I sketched the
other day in a tearoom where smart
women dance of an afternoon. Ex
cept for the two wired ribbon straps
the hat is crownless, and the lace is
wired into a droopy, graceful brim.
The ribbon floats away in streamers
that fall well below the waistline.
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