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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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HERE IT -IS! NEW YORK IDEA IN
1916 EASTER BONNETS!
(By Stein & Blaine.)
Spring bonnets are in bloom and
they have blossomed in all the gay
colors of Easter time.
Right from New York, where new
bonnet fashions burst into blossom
almost every day, come these models
for spring millinery.
They are spring styles, too, not the
"between season" or "early season,"
but forMarch; April and'May,
They are all SMALL two of them
fit bonnet-fashion to the head. All
have HIGH TRIMMING. .
A smart model is the upper hat pic
tured; it is almost a poke bonnet, it
dips so far at the back; it is trimmed
rather high with loops of faille rib
bon in Emerald green, dark foliage
and a cluster of glazed apples.
The second hat is mflan straw
trimmed with flowers and foliage in
three shades-of lavender. The trim
ming is piled up to gain the much de
sired high effect.
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"TOO MUCH LIBERTY HARMFUL'
TO YOUTH"
"The intoxicating freedom enjoy
ed by young girls is the chief cause
of the tragedies we so often hear
abou,t," is Amelia Barr's explanation
of numerous love tragedies that
have recently cost the lives of many
young girls.
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Wilson's "incomparably greatest
navy" means that we would have to
build about six times as fast and as
big as now
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