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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13',
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WHEN SHE, -SKATES SHE
PART,. AND SHE'S
DRESSES FOR THE
BY BETTY BROWN
If she's a true sportswoman the
girl who skates will dress for action,
not for show. And these all-for-the-sport-of
it girls have a charm all their
own that rivals the charm of the girl
in furs and velvet
This little miss was one of the fa
vorites at the Fashion on Ice in, New
York. She's wearing athletic shoes,
1 low heeled and laced, a short skirt in
black and white check, an orange
color sweater and cap to match, and
a comfortable scarf that matches her
Mush a cup of cold baked beans
i and add 1 tablespoQnful' of chili
ssauce: spread -on fluttered brown
bread and -toasts untikgolden brown
"on each side, -
FOR THE WOMAN WHO IS FOND
The muskrat is digging his winter
quarters deep and he's storing his
underground flat well with forage.
This isn't a fashion note, Dear,
Madame, but if you have invested in
a coat that's all bound round in fur,
ake comfort! When the muskrat
digs king winter reigns long and
There'll be need of the- high fur
"chokers" and the muff-cuffs before,
the niuskral sees daylight again.
to place forks in order of uge, the
first one to be used being furthest
from the plate.
to break salads with the fork, usjng
a bit of bread or wafer if necessary
to keep the salad from slipping.
Never cut salads with a knife.
to use spoons for stirring and to
test the temperature of beverages,
but not to sip tea or coffee.
to seat yourself from the left side
of a dining chair and arise from the
same side. Allow the chair to re
main where it stands when you have
arisen from it.
to "place chairs around the .dining
table so the front'edge of the chair
will be on line with the lower edge oi
J tablecloth - ,