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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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EVERYHAT SHOULD HAVE A: ZC)OtF ITS OWN
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Every hat will have a zoo of its own
if women take to the latest thing
in autumn headgear.
The more startling the effect the
better and so elephants and camels
figure prominently pn some of the
newest hats. Some are errtbroidered
in brilliant colors on black velvet or
beaver foundations, whlj'e otfiers cut t
out of white or black leather and
stitched on.
But nothing in the animal line is
barred save mice. And no real wo
man could be expected to appear
with even a make-believe mouse on
her hat
A WISE LAMP
Mary had a little lamp,
It was well trained, no doubt
'Cause every time that John came in,
The little lamp went out
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Paper, guncotton and imitation silk
and leather are a few of the articles
that can now be made of cotton
plant stalks.
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Men who haven't self-starters find
pretty, good cranks in. their wives.
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