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SUCH A PRIM LITTLE MISS
By Betty Brown
If her hat is fussy and feathery and
flowery and all trimmed up, then
Our Little Girl is not correctly
"hatted." But if her hat is prim and
trim and plain as Little Brother's
then she may consider herself a most
fashionable little person.
The very fashionable little person
I am introducing to you in this pic
ture, which is published by courtesy
of the Marshall Field publication,
Fashions of the Hour, is wearing the
correctest of little girl sailors. It's
fine Milan straw of white edged black
and a black velvet band finished with
a bow. In navy blue, black and
brown the same style is effective.
' TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
June 27, 1809. Nicholas Jarrot of
Cahokia, a French patriot loyal to
America, complained that the Brit
ish agents and traders at Prairie du
Chien were arming the Indians and
rousing them to violence against the
people of the border country.
Scientists estimate that 15 per cent
of the earth's crust is aluminum.
ABSENT TREATMENT AS GOOD
Mrs. Wm. Campbell called on Mrs.
O. W. DeLong Wednesday. Mrs. De
Long is still in very poor health.
Ithaca, N. Y., JournaL
Ten countries with largest popula
tions are, in order named: China, In
dia, Russia, United States, Germany,
Japan, United Kingdom, France Italy