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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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'FAIR AND WARMER' SAYS WIND-MILL BONNET
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BY BETTY BROWN
Maybe it is due to the "Holland
crisis" Fashion has a way of keep
ing up with the times anyway the
newest hat is a windmill, dnd set to
the winds of spring.
Dull' blue or Dutch blue, bronze and
green are the predominating colors
in the "windmill," designed by Mile.
Beebe of the Fashion Art League of
America.
With a lattice of highly shellacked
straw, Mile. Beebe introduces the
Dutch blue color note, and beneath
this is an airy crown of green and
bronze chiffon.
The quaint "windmill" is made of
blue taffeta that matches the straw
in color with a tight little boquet of
blue and pink buds a one end and
blue taffeta "foliage" at the other.
o o
In Jewish marriages the bride al
ways stands at the right hand of the
groom; with every other nation of
the world her place in the ceremony
is at the left
o o
Increase in British living expenses,
47 pef cent since war began, is se
rious enough, but living expenses in
this country are said by statisticians
to. hay.e risen 42 jer cent in 1913-14j
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