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DESIGN THE THING IN SPRING HATS
BY BETTY BROWN
"There's really nothing to this hat
but its perfect lines," designed said
as he posed this. Milan "submarine"
for The Day Book, "but it is perfec
tion of line that makes the hat this
"We use so little trimming that the
HOYNE ASKS MEETING OF CAR
MEN'S ARBITRATION BOARD
State's Att'y Hoyne today sent
word to Mayor Thompson, asking for
a meeting of the street car strike ar
bitration board to settle disputes
which have arisen between the car
men and the companies. Hoyne got
busy as soon as Wm. Quinlan, presi
dent of the car men's union, made
the request for the meeting.
It seems that the companies are
taking advantage of the.Ietter;of the
design must be good if we are to'
achieve the chic style."
And truly this hat in creamy white
straw is the last word in style. The"
soft hat is draped in folds so that the
hat trims itself. The black velvet
quill harmonizes well with the severer
outlines of the hat an additional ril
or flull would make it commonplace.
ruling handed down by the arbitra
tion board to refuse raises to certain
workers, though the spirit of the
ruling seems to be that these men
should get a considerable advance ia
"So you son's in college, eh? Burin
ing the midnight oil, I s'pose?"
"Well er ' yes; but I've an:
idea -- er that if s gasoline." St
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