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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 29, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 13',
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DANCE THE PAN-AMERICAN, 1916'S NE
PATRIOTIC BALLROOM NOVELTY
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How to dance it shown by photo
graphs especially posed for The Day
Book by Miss Aimee Ehrlich and
LESSON NO. 6.
'(Danced to Victor Hebert's Famous
Take open position. Three walk
ing steps to the right, and "point,"
then thrse walking steps to the left,
nd "point." Then a walking turn in
four counts and end in attitude,
shown m photograph; hold four
A young Boston lady called Potter
Remarked to a young man , called
"If X minus Z
Equals twenty times three,
What's B over 2A?" He shot her.
Latest style New York bonnets
come down very low, 'tis announced.
No reform in it, unless they come
down low enough to cover the shoe-