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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 26, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 14

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the photograph above. Both step forward on right foot and hold four
counts; balance back on left 4 counts turning away from partner in 4
counts, then returning to correct dance 'position.
Lesson No. 4 will be published in The Day Book tomorrow.
HERE THEY AReTFIRST SPRING HATS
BY BETTY BROWN
Gentle spring ISN'T here no, not
by several weeks of wintry weather,
but just to remind us that King Win
ter is ready to capitulate comes the
spring maid armed with a spring
smile and a new spring bonnet.
I have jHst made a tour behind the
scenes of some of the big millinery
shops and into the studios of some
of the exclusive designers where art
ists and seamstresses, small armies 0$
men and women, are -now engaged in
making hats for those up-to-date
maids who would be a bit ahead of
the season.
It was from Mme. Esther Wright
of Chicago whose designs are accept
ed as authentic by that censor of
fashion, The Fashion Art League of
America, that I got the little semi
sailor model in sipper straw in the
ilustration above.
The straw is in hunter's green.

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