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

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IT'S THE PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER
AND SHE'S CARRYING A CANE!
Washington, Nov. 15. The
president's daughter Eleanor
has just made the capital gasp
by carrying a cane.
Now Washington society
women are putting in rush
orders for walking sticks. The
fad is bound to be the rage
since the president's daughter
and wife of Secretary of the
Treasury McAdoo started it
The cane Mrs. McAdoo
carried is an ebony-hued
piece with a crooked handle
inlaid with silver. Some
times she swings it in her
hand and sometimes she
hooks it over her arm.
Nearly every afternoon
now Mrs. McAdoo dons a
smart-tailored walking suit
and with Miss Helen Wood
row Bones, President Wil
son's niece, goes for a long
walk.
Just the other day the
president and Mrs. Gait in a
white house automobile pass
ed the pair. What did Mrs.
McAdoo do why she laugh
ed and waved her cane at
them.
That gave the official stamp
to the tad and so "carrying
a cane" is the thing in Wash
ington. o o
A NOVEL GIFT
Soak whole allspice in
warm water until the berries
are soft enough to pierce
with a needle. Use medium
coarse needle and heavy
twist; gold, silver or pearl
Deads may be used between
the alspice with good effect
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Fashion Note. The new
derby hats for men are of
khaki color.
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