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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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LOOKS LIKE WHIFF OF FOAMY TULLE; BUT ITS
REALLY A BUSTLE
BY BETTY BROWN
The woman whose figure has lost
its sylph-like lines has a grievance
against Dame Fashion this season.
The Russian coats, the hiked-up
skirts, the chin-chin collars, lay hate
ful emphasis upon her' embonpoint
and are an aggravation rather than
a satisfaction to her artistic souL
But to please the lady of generous
waist' line Mme. Hilquist of the Fash
ion Art League of America has de
signed a gown that has smartness
stamped in every line of it and should
quite reconcile any woman to a-few
extra1' pounds.
African brown chiffon, velvet is the
material used by Mme. Hillquist.
The coat is cut shorter in the front
than- the back- and- the fashionable
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