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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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NEW CHINESE BLOUSE IS JUST
'A MIDDY
By Betty Brown
The middy blouse seems to have
taken new glory to itself. Not satis
fied with being smocked in gay col
ors, it has been extended into a
blouse of oriental fashion.
I have no liking for the Chinese
fashion blouse myself; I do not like
fantastic fashions for youngsters,
but here it is as Mme. Chambers, a
modiste of note, designed it.
It's made of midnight blue taffeta
with embroidery of blue and red and
yellow. The blouse 4s separate and
fastens over the right shoulder. Deep
collar and deep cuffs of yellow china
silk carry out the oriental effect
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SAYS TEMPERAMENT DOESN'T
COUNT IN THEATRICALS
Temperament amounts to little in
theatricals, according to Miss Hajos,
winsome star of comic opera. She
says the actor with real ability is the
real actor, while temperament is
sometimes "put on" for .effect
HIS APPRENTICESHIP
Ralph Marble, who has been en
gaged at Cook's market for some
time past, has resigned his position
and has engaged with the Sidney
house barber shop as an assistant
This is the shop in which Mr. Marble
learned his trade in and after which
he conducted a shop for himself for
time. Sidney, N. Y., Record.
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Kansas has fewer millionaires an4
paupers than any other state.

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