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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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YES, IT'S WES'COAT AND JUST LIKE BROTHER'S
, BY BETTY BROWN
la spring, fair maid,, direct your
thoughts toward vests those gaudy
little garments to he worn beneath
saucy, hip-length coats.
In the wardrobe which the Fashion
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THE ULTIMATE OPTIMIST
Wilson Marvin drove into town this
morning with a load of wheat. About
five miles out he lost the endgate of
his wagon, and before he discovered
the loss had lost ten bushels of good
wheat, worth a dollar a bushel. He
says that it is the duty of some one
to feed the birds, which is a cheerful
"way to look at it Norton (Kan.)
Telegram.
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W. A. Rogers and Miss Anna
Games Bock were married at St
Charles, Mo., recently. Each has only
one arm.
j Art League of America is preparing
' for the "spring maid" I saw many
i smart little vests, none of them pret
tier, however, than this one of soft
suede Emerald green, worn with a
suit of green gray gaberdine.
THINGS THEY MISSED
Alexander the Great never had hia
shoes shined by a Greek.
Gen. Shendan was never pinched
for speeding.
Gen. Sherman never snieDed poison
gas.
Lucullus never ate a chocolate nut
sundae.
Peter the Hermit never heard of
Billy Sunday.
Balboa never wore a Panama.
Bob La Follette has shied his hat in
to the ring. Seems that the ring is
going to he full of old hats
Huftfefc A --s. - - -...- ..M.JJi

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