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ONE CENT-THE DAY BOOK-ONE CENT
WINNERS DECIDED IN EASTER
By Betty Brown
Miss Elizabeth Coyne, 3732 Hern
Miss Mae Hunsley, 1348 W. 12th st
There, girls,, are the names of the
winners in the contest to design a
gown for Mrs. Vernon Castle.
The creation by Miss Coyne was
judged the best of all received and
will be sent to Cleveland to be judged
in competition with the best efforts
of other cities. She will get an
Easter hat from The Day Book.
Miss Hunsley had the next best de
sign and will also be given an Easter
Assisted by expert designers I have
carefully gone over every design sub
mitted, and, girls, it was a huge task.
But I liked it, for all of you had
something different, and something
The expert designers who assisted
me were unanimous in the opinion
that great talent was exhibited by
the majority of the contestants, but
the two named had a distinctive
touch to their work that placed them
Miss Coyne's design has a tight
fitting basque of green crepe meteor,
with a row of black buttons up the
front Black velvet straps run over
the shoulders and the scarf sleeves
are of green tulle. Black and white
stripes radiate from the waist over
the skirt, which is of green tulle over
a lower foundation of lace ruffles,
which peep from beneath the over
skirt There is a ruffle of lace around
the top of the basque.
Miss Hunsley's effort is a dashing
and bit devilish creation in cerise.
Hard to describe, and I can best show
you in pictures, which will be printed
of both designs in a few days.
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didn't win, you other girls. You were
very, very close, many of you.
And now I'm going to try to forget
for another year I ever saw a gown
design. I've dreamed of them for a
Osteopathic Woman's Club will
give benefit dinner-dance, Wed.
night, Lexington hotel, for benefit of
3d ward Socialists meet tonight,
Drexel hall, 40th and Cottage Grove
av. Republican and Democratic
candidates have been invited to talk
24th ward Socialists meet tonight,
John school, Belmont av. and Lin
coln, for L. W. Hardy, aldermanic
candidate. Rep Mason, Bill Gubbins
and Geo. Koop will speak.
33d ward meeting, Hertrich's hall,
42d and Armitage, tonight, for Frank
M. Padden, Democratic candidate for
33d and 35th ward Socialists hold
joint meeting, Court hall, North and
Keystone avs., tonight, 8 p. m. Speak
ers, Wm. E. Dunn and Fred Ebeling,
aldermanic candidates; Reps. Mad
sen and Mason. ,
21st and 22d ward Socialist meet
ing, Count's hall, Sedgwick and
Blackhawk, tonight Charles Ander
son, candidate 21st ward; Carl Par
deck, 22d ward, will speak.
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Unsettled weather tonight and
Thursday; probably rain and some
what colder Thursday; moderate
northeast winds, becoming fresh by
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