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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 20

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"And forgotten him?"
Margaret looked her husband in
the eyes. "You must believe me,
dear," she said. "He means nothing
to me at all nothing. He has meant
nothing since the boy was born. It
seems as- if, with his birth -Alfred
slipped out of my niind-and, memory."
Her husband kissed her, and just
then the child opened his eyes sleep
ily. And, as they fixed themselves
upon the mother, suddenly Margaret
(Copyright, 1916, W. G. Chapman.)
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SUFFRAGISTS TO CAMP OUT
DURING CONVENTION
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AREN'T THEY SMART; THOSE
NEW HATS?
MR5
GEORGE BAS5
There won't be much room in Chi
cago hotels for women suffrage visit
ors during the Republican national
convention, so Mrs. George Bass, a
convention week hostesses, is ar
ranging to build a tent city in Grant
park on the lake front to accommo
date the hundreds of women who will
take part in the convention suffrage
parade. The camp will be called "Fort
Suffrage."
By Betty Bjjpwn
Set right on the up-top of the
crown the big bunch 'at flowers and
foliage give this very severe hat" a
dress-up appearance, but does not
rob it of the severity of our line
which is its real charm.
The fruit hasn't dropped yet from
the spring millinery, and until June,
at least, you'll see tiny bunches of
red apples and sprays of gorgeously
colored berries. Here's a brand new
model for after-Easter wear which
proves that the "little bunch of ber
ries" is still style in the fashion ring.
The hat is citron colored straw, the
fruit and foliage are in the colors
of the rainbow,
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