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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 14',
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Miss Jackie Saunders, the Maud
Adams of the screen, starring in Bal
boa features, has agreed to tell Day
Book readers the story of pantomimic
expression the art of getting con
versation into picture plays without
uttering -words. In writing her story,
ehe found the camera an immense
aid. She illustrates by various photo
graphic poses just how the. body
There are five stories. We are sure
you will enjoy them. Start reading
JERSEYS ARE NOT FOR THE
Lily Langtry doesn't wear 'em any
more she's really not so slender as
once she was, but the Jersey jacket
the "Jersey Lily" made famous 30
years ago has bobbed up in the fash
ion world again. Jersey jackets, tail
ored suits and jersey costumes are
FACTS OF INTEREST FROM HERE
The natives of tropical Africa never
wear winter underwear.
Eskimos are not fond of ice cream.
A zebra is striped for the same rea- '
son that a coach dog is spotted.
If the effort consumed in hoisting
high balls in the saloons of the coun
try on a Saturday night was convert
ed into gasoline power it would drive
a jitney bus from Red Horse, CoL, to
South Norwalk, Conn.
OUR ONE-WORD YARN
She (as he drops on his knees)
He (surprised) No?
She (emphatically) No!
He (dully trying to get it into his
She (with her nose in the air)
He rises from his knees and sits
on the sofa beside her; then, de
ciding that she has been fooling, he
tries to kiss her.
She (drawing away) No.
He (really taken aback) No?
She (with her nose again elevated)
He (reaching for his hat, and look
ing over his shoulder on the way to
the door, to give her one more
She (firmly) No!
He (dismally convinced at last)
"of evening dress,
POSED BY PRIZE MODEL
Of dark blue and gold striped net over green silver cloth this gown is
distinguished by a court train of th"e same materials. The black velvet
bodice is set off by a yellow corsage.
The style shown here is absolutely the latest for evening dress. The